Florida Atlantic University
Sustainable Cities ~ Coconut Grove, Florida

Course Completed - Summer 2012
Disclaimer: This Course was divided into three parts with papers due for each part and a presentation on the last part. Groups were picked by the students for all three parts therefore the group work represented on this portion of my website is not the sole work of myself, but a collaborative effort of all persons in the group. The results are a combination of individual ideas presented and agreed upon by the group. However, during the course of developing the physical materiality for the presentations poetic licensing was taken by team members to further develop the project without a group consent. Individual research and work was then assembled and edited for each paper and final Presentation. Credits are provided in the form of "Main Contributions", credits have not been assigned for each and every detail of the participating team member's portion.

Part I

History

Research Paper
Team Member Main Contributions:
  •   Early History by Anthony Matonti
  •   20th Century Grove by August DeWinkler & Anthony Matonti
  •   21st Century Grove by Olga Garcia

Revised Paper Notes:
  •   The Paper had to much history and the Executive Summary was not required; therefore, The Executive Summary was removed.
  •   The font size was increased from 10pt to 12pt.
  •   The lost conclusion was added back into the revised paper.

Revised Paper

Part II

LEED Rating

Research Paper
Team Member Main Contributions:
  •   Green Building Design by Anthony Matonti
  •   Smart Location & Linkage by Olga Garcia
  •   Neighborhood Pattern & Design by August DeWinkler

Revised Paper Notes:
  •   A late email was received with old Text and was inserted into the research paper.
  •   The revised paper reflects the correct un-altered text before the last insertion.

Revised Paper

Part III

LEED Evaluation

Final Paper
Team Member Main Contributions:
  •   Green Building Design by Anthony Matonti
  •   Smart Location & Linkage by Olga Garcia
  •   Neighborhood Pattern & Design by August DeWinkler

Final Paper Notes:
  •   Individual text was edited and reformated by Anthony Matonti

Part III

Presentation

PowerPoint for Class
PowerPoint for Web Notes:
  •   This was not a requirement, but posted here as an enhancement.
  •   Credits for Team Members and music still needs to be added.

PowerPoint for Web
 

 
Bachelor of Urban Design