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0. Personal Background
Student: Oriol Muñoz Paredes
Nationality: Spanish
Age: 24
Former Study/ University: Constructing architect / Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC), Spain
ECTS: 15 ECTS ( 450 hours)
Garbage area
Cycle lane
Bus line
Sport area
Green area
Student: Ruben Garcia Fenoy
Nationality: Spanish
Age: 26
Former Study/ University: Constructing architect / University of Granada, Spain
ECTS: 18 ECTS ( 540 hours)
Kind of houses
Parking places
2. Needs of the area
3. Sustainability
- Movement on foot, by bicycle or using public transport against private cars.
- Use of renewable energy as wind or solar energy
- Use of natural means of sewage treatment.
- Protection and use of natural hydrologic systems
- Natural open space
- Reduction of waste and recycling of waste materials.
1.2 Landscape recognition
- Passive houses
- Sustainable landscaping
- Take advantage of the sun radiation
1.1 Location
1.3 Study of the area
Sustainable landscaping:
- Reduction of storm water with permeable paving.
- Water conservation techniques
- Creating wildlife habitat in urban
- Proper placement and selection of shade trees, and creation of wind breaks
- Recycling of products
- Soil management techniques
- Integration and adoption of renewable energy (solar-powered lighting)
- Incorporating less-polluting landscaping tools
Contour lines
Road's classification
Cadastral Map
Drillings Map
4.4 Cross Sections
Asphalt dimension catalog method

- Traffic class/Number of truck pr. day
- Soil conditions
- Non-freezing depth
Opened spaces
4.5 Sewage and rainwater design
Calm place sensation
Without barriers
Amplitude sensation
Good street lighting
Blind streets (cul de sacs)
Exploit views/ Protect habitats
Direct sunlight
Impact of wind
Access and movement
Sense of security
Privacy and exclusivity
7900 Dkr · 150 m2 = 2.370.000 Dkr is the average cost for one single house.

2.370.000 Dkr · 60 houses = 142.200.000 Dkr is the overall average building cost.

7660 Dkr · 1477 l.m = 11.313.820 Dkr costs of building up all the new road system.


550 Dkr · 1140 m2: 627.000 Dkr for the parking plots.


15600 m2 · 347 Dkr: 5.407.995 Dkr for the entire concrete stones pavement.
The professional fees

159.548.815 Dkr · 12,5 % = 19.9.601,875 Dkr should be used for paying the engineers, architects, etc.
Reinforce the views toward the lake
Sens of security with human activity and no dead spaces
Orientation of the houses depending on the sunlight
Shelter beds created by planting
Mixture between both:
Blind streets but without barriers for pedestrians and bicycles.
8. Final Conclusion
7. Renders
1.Mixture of architectural and civil engineering subjects makes a complete project.

2. Sustainability. Think global, act local.

3. Shaping the final design's solution

4. Learning Novapoint/V-turn

5. Disabled people's facilities

6. Realism with renders. Selling the product to the interested parts
Green area
- Vegetation:
Red clovers, orchids, oak trees,deciduous trees, other kind of trees and bushes
- Materials:
Looking for the comfort and mimicking with the surroundings
- Water supply system:
Water reservoir
- Self-food production area
- Solar-powered lighting
- Green route
4.2 Horizontal Alignment
Sport area
- Football pitch
- Basketball court
- Changing and storage room
- Sustainability: Use of recycled materials
- Situation
- To the south-east
- Relaxation point
- Beach sand
- Translucent structure
- Safety
- Swings, bridges and different levels
- Sustainability: Use of recycled materials
- Situation
- Bring the citizens closer to the nature
- Cyclists, horse riders and walkers
- No pavement
Green route
Turn arounds
- Photovoltaic panels
- Led lamps
- No underground network
- Resistant to adverse environment conditions
- Orientation and views
- Regular intervals
- Good aesthetic, easy maintenance and secured against vandalism
Connecting edges
4. Design
4.1 First layouts
- 8 garbage collection points in the urbanization
- 4 different containers in each point (organic, plastic, paper and glass)
- Underground containers
Garbage area
Prioritized T-Intersection
- Enough space
- One lane in each street
- Parking for disabled people
- Electric vehicle parking
- 124 cars parking places in total
- Bicycle parking:
Encourage the use of the bicycle.
100 places
Parking areas
4.3 Vertical Alignment
5. Financial Estimate
- Crossing zebra with speed reducers
- Speed reducers: humps
- Bicycle lanes with changing level
- Pathway connections
Safety facilities for vulnerable users
Thanks for your attention
- Different pavement surface for blinded people
- Ramps for motor handicap people
Disabled people facilities
Crossing zebra cross section
- 30 parcels of 90 m2
- Spaces for people who wish to grow their own food
Local food production
- Connection between streets taking into account the elevation points
- Gradient maximum = 70‰
- For a maximum speed of 50 km/h:
Recommended minimum radius = 1500 m
Minimum radius = 750 m
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