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Table of Contents Academic Work

Figure Figure 02 Encanto Library 08 Details Details 14 LA Flower Market 20 Cow in the Node 26 Digital Ruination 32 Large Volume 38 Professional Work

Upchurch Architects 42 VG Studio 48 AteljĂŠ Sotamaa 50


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Figure Figure Design Studio & Exhibition Entry Awarded the Jury Prize SCI-ARC FALL 2018

Instructor: Elena Manferdini Team: Akhil Mathew SCI-Arc along with 17 other schools around the world were asked to participate in an exhibition organized by Dominique Perrault titled, Chambord 1519-2019: Utopia at Work. The exhibition asked to reimagine the idea of utopia, using the Chateau de Chambord as its site. Currently we see a schism between the everyday life of city inhabitants and the tourists that come to experience the city. The city is an amusement park, where architecturally significant buildings become places only for tourism while the rest of the city operates as a backdrop to that experience. Our utopia is an architectural utopia, creating a new city where every building becomes significant. The role of the city for the inhabitant and the tourist would be equalized. Through design and architecture the city would be formed. Without the economic and bureaucratic regulations in place currently organizing cities and dictating the built environment, our city can build first without a prescribed program. Looking at Piranesi’s Campo Marzio, where he reimagines Rome as a city of pure architecture, we look to past utopias as a place to find organizational principles, parts and pieces that can be reinterpreted and reconstructed to create the Figure Figure City. Through this we utilize and heighten the otherworldly qualities that currently exist in Chambord, providing the antidote to the contemporary city.


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Index of Towers


Figure Figure Utopia

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(Left) Partial East Elevation : (Right) Partial West Elevation


(Left) Utopia Bird’s-Eye : (Right) Utopia Bird’s-Eye

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Encanto Library Design Studio & Design Development SCI-ARC FALL 2017 & FALL 2018

Instructors: Casey Rehm, Herwig Baumgartner & Brian Zamora Team: Jae Park, Sam Flower, Xingxing Li, William Maya, Juan Villarreal The Encanto Library was a project broken into two semesters. First a design studio calling for a library to be built in the city of Duarte, California located near Encanto Park. Second, the project was selected with a handful of others to go through a Design Development class which took the building through a set of CD’s. The concept for the building centers around the relationship between interior and exterior. Both the envelope and the interior start with same initial component, and through varying rule sets the form and organization of the library begin to develop. The exterior is composed of large moves and precise cuts, while the interior is made of smaller stackable masonry elements. The initial component was a set of four unique bars of soap that were turned into a 3D model. This model was then mined for its architectural qualities, such as its stackability, color and texture. With a fairly minimal footprint on the existing site, the library sits on a plinth that provides a sense of directionality and connectivity to the rest of the park. On the ground floor, the exterior plaza operates as the main public space and center of the building. Once inside the library, the atrium becomes the central space and directs lines of site through the different portions of the library.


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Library Roof Plan Render


APPLIED STUDIES DESIGN DEVELOPMENT FALL 2018 INSTRUCTORS: HERWIG BAUMGARTNER BRIAN ZAMORA A

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4-WAY SPIDER SECONDARY STRUCTURE PRIMARY STRUCTURE

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FIBER REINFORCED PANEL (FRP) WITH INSULATION METAL ANCHOR 3” STEEL STUD 1/2” GYPSUM BOARD

1/2” GYPSUM BOARD TERRACOTTA PANEL ANCHOR CEMENT FILLING 2” AIR SPACE MOISTURE BARRIER INSULATION PRIMARY STRUCTURE

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ADAM WELLS JAE PARK JUAN VILLARREAL SAM FLOWER WILLIAM MAYA XINGXING LI

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Details Details Seminar

SCI-ARC FALL 2018 Instructor: Dwayne Oyler Team: Akhil Mathew With the technological and material advancements of our time, there are possibilities for seamless construction, or at least a seamless appearance. The role of the seminar was to question the future role of the architectural detail, and focus on a more nuanced approach to detail design that draws from a wide range of definitions. The project was a redesign of a handrail detail for the Eames House. The handrail design is a combination of our interest in the off-the-shelf mentality embedded in the Eames House and what we’ve termed the exaggerated detail. The exaggerated detail fits somewhere between detail as motif and detail as construction logic. The detail is meant to be disruptive, the shear size in relation to a typical minimalist handrail creates a jarring effect. It is not solely the expression of the pieces and parts that make up the handrail, the scale generates more interesting questions related to necessity, economics, ornament and function. The handrail is composed entirely of parts out of catalogs used in unconventional ways with new forms of technology. The main skeleton is a series of steel pipes that have been cut with a tube laser, where aluminum H,U and Z bars fit everything together like a puzzle. Slot framing and laser cut steel wrap this skeleton and are cut to reveal the construction logic inside. The seminar culminated in an exhibition with the constructed handrail at 1:1 scale and a series of detail drawings.


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Handrail Construction Logic


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(Left) Handrail Laser Cut Steel Pattern : (Right) Steel Tube Construction Logic


(Left) Zoom in Detail Photograph : (Right) Zoom in Detail Photograph

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LA Flower Market Design Studio

SCI-ARC SPRING 2018 Instructor: Tom Wiscombe Team: Sam Flower The project was a call to replace and expand the existing Los Angeles Flower Market into a mixed-use development containing, shopping, business offices, ammenities and residential. The approach of the studio was to take the problem of a mix-use development building as the problem of creating a minature city in the middle of downtown LA. We sampled cities, past, contemporary and fictional as as our base, creating a new formal language through the development of the project. By forcing many contradictory orgins together, the resulting building loses any sense of one particular place. The lack of specificity in formal characteristcs, pushes the building further into the territory of a minature city rather than a single development. We amplify the familiar forms, typologies and tropes seen in a typical downtown mixed-use development, abusing that sense of familiarity and turning it against itself. Through these familiar forms, typologies and arrangments we slightly twist each position until something new and unexpected remains.


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PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This urban mixed use development is located between Maple Ave. and Wall St. south of 7th st. in Los Angeles California. The site the LA flower district and was the original location of the Los Angeles Flower Market opened in 1921. The project consists of a ser residential towers, the tallest reaching 400 feet, sitting on a plinth that contains public access to shops and cafes as well as apart amenities including a gym and public event space. Parking wraps the perimeter of the lower tower floors interrupted by a central at rises from the ground floor. The middle region of the towers house 2-3 bedroom family apartments. The upper floors consist primar bedroom and studio apartments as the towers gradually step back and the floor plates shrink.

A new elevated ground rises from the plinth and houses office space for lease around its perimeter. The smaller structures populati portion of this new ground would be used as restaurants, cafes, and bars available to people within the building community and th public. A lush garden is situated within the open space created from the new ground. This garden is populated with genetically mo grasses and shrubs that bear vibrant colors and other worldly scales. Tucked beneath the colorful vegetation is the flower market, e its original location with an enlarged shipping area in the northern most corner for wholesale pickup and delivery.

APPLICABLE CODES Project Location: City of Los Angeles, Central Planning District Community Plan Area: Central City Applicable building codes: 2015 ICC International Building Code (IBC) 2016 California Building Standards Code (CCR Title 24) Official City of Los Angeles Municipal Code (Sixth Edition) Article 1 (Building Code) Article 3 (Electrical Code) Article 4 (Plumbing Code) Article 5 (Mechanical Code) Article 9 (Green Building Code) ZONING: The current zoning type M2 “Light Industrial” does not support dwelling units therefore the zoning type shall be changed to C2 “Commercial.” CONSTRUCTION TYPE: Type IA. OCCUPANCY: The occupancy type varies as follows: R-2 residential, M mercantile, S-1 storage, A-1 assembly, and B business. LANDSCAPE: The project size is ~750,000 therefore in order to meet landscape ordinance 170.978 we have attained 300 points in the Landscape point system (table II pg 30). In order to achieve these points the design strategy included the planting of understory trees at a minimum density of 30’ on center at street level as well as elsewhere on the site and building. Additional pedestrian safe cross areas have also been defined. PARKING: Modified Parking Requirements (MPR) District: (a) A parking reduction Permit may be applied for. This tool can be used in areas with ample transit and/ or individual projects that incorporate transportation alternatives. (b) In areas where less parking is needed or public transit is being encouraged, decreases to standard parking requirements may be warranted. PARKING BREAKDOWN PROGRAM TYPE

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EVENTS / AUDITORIUM OFFICE WHOLESALE / FLOWER MARKET

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NP = Not Permitted a. Building equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance with section 903.3.1.1 or 903.3.1.2 see section 903 for occupancies where automatic sprinkler systems are permitted in accordance with section 903.3.1.2

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Cow in the Node Design Studio

TEXAS A&M FALL 2015 Instructor: Craig Babe Team: Braden Scott The project is a design proposal for a welcome center and student dormitories in Long Acres Ranch located in Richmond, Texas. Long Acres Ranch is currently going through a large scale transformation and rebranding from a traditional cattle ranch to an ecotourism destination for Houstonians searching for an escape from the city. The visitor center is a single surface green roof, meant to grow wild and untamed. The building has a free plan organization, allowing visitors constant connection with the nature around them. The student dormitories looked at the cow as a potential object that could be mined for its architectural qualities such as its internal structure, organization, envelope, posture and ground condition. As a former cattle ranch, the site had cattle pathways that eroded the earth through the years. These pathways were studied to inform the organization and clustering of the dormitories in relation to the visitor’s center. The visitor’s center is a waffle structure with undulating glulam beams. The dormitories were broken down into a kit of parts. Their size makes it possible to be fabricated entirely off site and shipped to Long Acres Ranch.


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(Left) Cow Anatomy : (Middle) Worm’s-Eye View of Dormitories : (Right) Cow Posture Studies


(Top) Dormitory Framing Model : (Bottom) Visitor’s Center Framing Model

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Dormitory Parts Kit


Dormitory East-West Section

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Digital Ruination Design Studio

TEXAS A&M SPRING 2016 Instructors: Adam Fure & Gabriel Esquivel Team: Christian Stiles, Luis Munoz, Kendall Slaughter The project centered around the concept of ruin, and through what processes could a ruin exist in digital space. There was a large emphasis in the project on process as creator rather than the typical notion as a means to a specific end. Six separate objects went through a pipeline of processes that transformed each one through a restructuring of data, form and material. Each object was digitally modeled, 3D printed, hand sculpted, photogrammed back into digital space, and lastly CNC milled. We argue each event in the pipeline produced a radically different object whose form and physical space began to deteriorate but whose digital data actually began to rise. The translation from digital world to physical world and vice versa became the pivotal points in the project. The typical notion of a linear process is ruined, where the last CNC model is not the termination of the project. More transitions back and forth could take place, and the original order of processes could be tampered with to create countless new objects.


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Chiseled 3D Prints


CNC Model in Construction

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CNC Model


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Large Volume Advanced Structures SCI-ARC SPRING 2018 Instructor: Greg Otto

The project was for the design of a structural module that was repeatable and could be used to create large volume spaces such as an airport terminal. The module is a combination of a folded plate structure, and a simple column-beam system used to hold up the ETFE roof system. The steel plates structure is extremely thin and self supporting, taking advantage of the module branching into adjacent modules in the shape of an arch. These steel arches can be arrayed,hiding the column beam system holding up the roof. In the middle of a four-square system the steel material changes to a perforated screen allowing outside light to enter the space. The modules themselves are quite large, allowing the option for removable panels that could create openings for shops, storage or other programmatic elements. Each individual plate steel structure is bound within a square, an option for terminating the system would be a flat curtain wall at any end.


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ETFE STEEL GRID FOR ETFE ATTACHMENT

GLASS CURTAIN WALL (OPTION FOR CLOSING MODULES)

STAINLESS STEEL PANELS CONCRETE FLOOR

Large Volume Module


Interior Large Volume Array

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Professional Work Fireman’s Park Restrooms UPCHURCH ARCHITECTS 2016-17

Valencia Skate Park VG STUDIO 2018

Atelier House

ATELJÉ SOTAMAA 2015

Fireman’s Park Restrooms was a city project I worked on from Schematic Design through Construction Administration. Upchurch Architects is a small firm, the project was primarily handled by the principal of the firm and myself. I was involved in every phase of the project in some capacity and produced every drawing in the CD set. During my time at Upchurch Architects I was involved in multiple city, housing and renovation projects working directly under the project manager or principal. The Valencia Skate Park was a competition entry I worked on while at VG Studio. I worked directly with the principal of the firm and was the lead designer for the skate park, producing all the drawings and renderings for the competition. The park site is located directly by Valencia Marina in Spain. The design included a skate park and surrounding bike path with public seating to watch events and competitions. The Atelier House was a housing project being developed during my time at Ateljé Sotamaa. There are over forty variations of the design that would be used as a starting point for potential clients. During my employment, I helped create a few housing variations and submitted documentation drawings for a competition entry where multiple Atelier Homes could create a large community development.


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1'-6"

number 101 102

Door Schedule floor walls Concrete CMU / WD Concrete CMU / WD

ceiling height P-1 Varies P-1 Varies

remarks

# 101 102 103

Type A A A

Description Flush Door Flush Door Flush Door

Finish PT-4 45 PT-3 PT-5


Sheathing

Window as scheduled

R EG

M AS

A

11 7 4 3

TE

E OF T

Cementitious siding Vapor barrier

Vapor barrier

A RC

YNE U HA

Trim

4” CMU

Vapor barrier

Cementitious siding

Sealant

Air space

Cementitious siding

ST

Sealant

Sealant

RED

OH

Stud wall Sealant

Trim

TE

PC

IS

Door as scheduled Steel door frame

404 E. Main Street phone 979.830.1723

Sheathing Stud wall with insullation

Sheathing

Masonry skirt at slab Stud wall with insullation

Air space

Stud wall with insullation Air space

Sealant

4” CMU

Trim

4” CMU

on

3

Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Plan Detail at Men's Restroom 101

4

Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Plan Detail at Men's Restroom 101 Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Window as scheduled

Masonry skirting below Cementitious siding Insullation Vapor barrier Sheathing Sheathing

Vapor barrier

Stud wall with insullation

3/4” Sill Air space

Siding

Trim 4” CMU

Air space

Stud wall

Flashing

Trim

Siding Lentil

Air space

Vapor barrier 4” CMU

Sheathing Sealant

4” CMU

Sealant Header Steel frame

Transom

Plan Detail at Women's Restroom 102

5

6

Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Base steel channel

Insullation Air space

12” Flashing

Door Header Detail

7

Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Window Sill Detail Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

12” Flashing 2” Stone Cap

4” CMU 4” Stone veneer 10"

2” Stone Cap 4” Stone veneer Moisture membrane

1” Air space

1” Air space

Weep holes @ 24” O.C.

/4"

2"

Copyright

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Decking 2 x 8 with insullation

R 6 1/2"

Weep holes @ 24” O.C.

"

10

1'-

Moisture membrane

Gravel Grade beam (Ref Structural)

5/8” Plywood decking Vapor barrier Roofing Header

Project:

Firem

Trim

Finish Grade

Window

4"

3"

” slab

Jamb Detail at Men's Restroom 101

2

Issues:

No. Date Desc 5.30.17 Bid /

8

Wall Section Detail Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

9

Gravel Detail Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

10

Typical Eave Detail Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Drawing:

Wall

Date:

5.30.17 Scale:

As Shown Project No.:

2270

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Sealant Sealant Steel door frame

Sheathing Air space Air space Vapor barrier Vapor barrier Sheathing Sheathing Stud wall with insulation

Steel door frame Steel door frame

S ST T

Decking

RR R EG EE GG ISIS IS

Air space

Horizontal galvanized ladder reinforcement Horizontal Air space galvanized ladder reinforcement 4” Stone Veneer Vapor barrier 4” Stone Veneer

Air space

A

4” Stone Veneer

4” Stone Veneer

Stud wall with insulation 4” CMU Stud wall with insulation Air space Air space 4” CMU 4” CMU

ST

Sealant

Horizontal galvanized ladder reinforcement

A A

4” Stone Veneer Vapor barrier 4” Stone Veneer Sheathing Air space Air space Stud wall with insulation Vapor barrier Vapor barrier Sheathing Air space Sheathing

404 E. Ma phone 979

404 E. Ma 404 E. Ma phone 979 phone 979

Stud wall with insulation Stud wall with insulation Air space Air space galvanized ladder reinforcement Horizontal Door as scheduled Horizontal galvanized ladder reinforcement Horizontal galvanized ladder reinforcement Door as scheduled Sealant Door as scheduled Air space

2 x 8 with insullation

4” CMU Sealant Sealant Air space Air space 4” CMU 4” CMU

Decking 5/8” Plywood decking Decking 2 x 8 with insullation 2 x 8 with insullation apor barrier

5/8” Plywood decking g 5/8” Plywood decking

1

apor barrier apor barrier g g

1 1

Plan Detail at Family Restroom 103

2

Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Plan Plan Detail Detail at at Family Family Restroom Restroom 103 103 Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0" Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

2 2

Horizontal galvanized ladder reinforcement

Stud wall with insulation

Plan Detail at Family Restroom 103 Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Plan Plan Detail Detail at at Family Family Restroom Restroom 103 103 Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0" Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

4” CMU

Sheathing 4” Stone Veneer Horizontal galvanized ladder reinforcement Horizontal galvanized ladder reinforcement Vapor barrier

Air space Stud wall with insulation Stud wall with insulation 4” CMU

4” Stone Veneer 4” Stone Veneer Sheathing

Air space Air space

Vapor barrier Sealant Vapor barrier

4” CMU 4” CMU

Sheathing Sheathing Trim Sealant Sealant

Sealant Trim Sealant Sealant Trim Trim

Trim Trim

Air space 4” CMU 4” CMU

Vapor barrier Sheathing Sheathing Air space Vapor barrier Vapor barrier 4” Stone veener Air space Air space

Header Air space Air space Header Header

4” Stone veener 4” Stone veener

Trim Sealant Trim Trim Sealant Sealant

th insullation Sealant

th insullation th insullation

Sealant

Sealant

Window as scheduled Sealant Sealant

Steel frame Transom

Sealant Sealant

3

ertically

3 3

ertically ertically

Sealant Sealant Steel frame Steel frame

Window as scheduled Window as scheduled

Transom Transom

Jamb Detail at Family Restroom 103

4

Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Jamb Jamb Detail Detail at at Family Family Restroom Restroom 103 103

4 4

Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0" Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Door Header at Family Restrom 103 Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Door Door Header Header at at Family Family Restrom Restrom 103 103 Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0" Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Base steel channel Stud wall with insullation Air space Stud wall with insullation Stud wall with insullation 4” CMU Air space Air space

4” Stone veneer

4” slab 2” Cast stone sill 3/4” Sill Flashing 2” Cast stone sill 2” Cast stone sill Sheathing

1/2” Air space 3/4” Sill StudSill wall with insullation 3/4” 1/2” Air space 4” CMU 1/2” Air space

Flashing Vapor barrier Flashing Sheathing Air space Sheathing Vapor barrier Stone veneer Vapor barrier Air space Air space Stone veneer Stone veneer

Stud wall with insullation Stud wall with insullation 4” CMU 4” CMU

4” CMU 4” CMU

Moisture membrane 4” Stone veneer 4” Stone veneer 1” Air space Moisture membrane Moisture membrane Weep holes @ 24” O.C. 1” Air space 1” Air space

Project:

Weep holes @ 24” O.C. Weep holes @ 24” O.C.

Grade Beam Grade Beam (Ref Structural) (Ref Structural)

3"

Finish Grade

Finish Grade Finish Grade

Project: Project:

Grade Beam (Ref Structural)

Issues:

No. Da 5.3 Issues:

3"3"

4” slab 4” slab

Sheathing Base steel Vaporchannel barrier Base steel channel Sheathing Sheathing Vapor barrier Vapor barrier

Issues:

5 5 5

Sill Detail at Family Restroom 103 Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Sill Sill Detail Detail at at Family Family Restroom Restroom 103 103 Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0" Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

6 6 6

No. Da No. Da 5.3 5.3

Section Detail at Family Restroom 103 Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Section Section Detail Detail at at Family Family Restroom Restroom 103 103 Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0" Scale: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Drawing

Drawing Drawing Date: Date: Date: Scale:

Scale: Scale: Project N

Project N Project N

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SCI-Arc M. Arch Grad 2019

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SCI-Arc M. Arch Grad 2019

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