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COLLAPSING IMAGE+TIME ASLA National Merit Award (2007) Design 6

GROTESQUE & SUBLIME w/ George Valdes (2008) Digital Fabrication

HYBRID TOPOS (2006) Design 5

URBAN BEACH

w/ MONAD Architects 2nd Place Young Architects Program (2008) PS1/MOMA

RHIZOMATIC FORMATIONS

w/ George Valdes 5th European Biennal of Landscape Architectue Selection (2007)Design 6

WASTED

w/ PIE Studio (2008) BridgeGallery, NY

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URBAN FOLDS w/ George Valdes (2007) Design 7

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COLLAPSING IMAGE+TIME ASLA National Merit Award

a stochastic process to create an imaginary landscape from narrative plot concepts

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CONCEPT

COLLAPSING IMAGE + TIME

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...Funes can distinguish every physical object at every distinct time of viewing, he has no clear need of detail-suppression for the management of sense impressions...

Time-Series Index (One Hand)


7 Sequence Overlaid @ 11 Second Intervals

Transcribed


COLLAPSING IMAGE + TIME

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ANALYSIS

Transcibe

Identify

Isolate

Collapse

Build


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...one basic type of a stochastic process is random field, whose domain is a region of space, in other words, a random function whose arguments are drawn from a range of continuously changing values...


Time-Series Index (Two Hands)

...the second time-series uses two hands creating greater opportunities of connection, space is built with a more deliberate structural organization; finger-tip to finger-tip, knuckle to knuckle, wrist to wrist...

Sequence Overlaid @ 9 Second Intervals

COLLAPSING IMAGE + TIME

10 CONCEPT


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Transcibe

Identify

Transcribed Isolate

Collapse

Build


COLLAPSING IMAGE + TIME

12 ANALYSIS

programmatic model

program requirements for Fune’s remote landscape:


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COLLAPSING IMAGE + TIME

14 DESIGN

...Fune’s mimetic capacity the site must have the ability to be in constant change or growth allowing for a continuous flow of sensorial information and registration. ...


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COLLAPSING IMAGE + TIME

16 DESIGN

...structure facilitates growth patterns providing shade, food, and experience stimulation for Funes...


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GROTESQUE & SUBLIME with George Valdes

an investigation of the horrific, using digital fabrication stratagies.

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GROTESQUE & SUBLIME

20 CONCEPT

...the generation of any form during embryonic development is complex, the slightest deviations from normal are catastrophic...

Ernst Haeckel Embryonic Development

Development Defects


21 David Cronenberg - “Videodrome”

...typological connections drawn from natural aggregation and cinematic horror ...

Grey’s Anatomy


GROTESQUE & SUBLIME

22 ANALYSIS

Cell

Organ

Cell Aggregation


23 3-D print of formative typologies


GROTESQUE & SUBLIME

24 DESIGN 3-D print of structural application


25 ...structuralization of cell aggregation: flesh instead of surface, organs instead of volume ...


GROTESQUE & SUBLIME

26 DESIGN architectural installation for the PS1/MOMA courtyard


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GROTESQUE & SUBLIME

28 DESIGN

B

elevation A

A

plan


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elevation B


GROTESQUE & SUBLIME

30 DESIGN CNC milled ground manipulation


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CNC milled ground detail


GROTESQUE & SUBLIME

32 DESIGN

laser-cut structure & ground composite


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HYBRID TOPOS

complexofnetwork topologies, an investigation the horrific,defined generateing neworgans public by flesh replacing surface, topographies replacing volume.

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HYBRID TOPOS

36 CONCEPT

EXISITING SITE: Rest Stop Florida Turnpike Miami-Dade County

DESIGN & DEVELOP: new public space for high traffic suburban community

PROGRAM REQUISITES: -gas station -rest stop pavilion -florida highway patrol station*

*to remain in original state and location


existing park: cataylist for network topology

hybrid topological diagram

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HYBRID TOPOS

38 CONCEPT

sketch

...conceptualzation of intimate and unstable relationships from the movie “Non Ti Mouver”...

model

hard-line


...development of structural language and space ...

sketch

model

hard-line

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HYBRID TOPOS

40 ANALYSIS

...study models interpreting hybid toplogies, defineing areas of program and circulation...


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HYBRID TOPOS

42 ANALYSIS programmatic model

...topology effecting topography...

sketch of produce market, and information pavilion


43 food and produce market development


HYBRID TOPOS

44 DESIGN raised turnpike provides pedestrian access

existing florda highway patrol station

rest stop pavilion built within topography

green roof food & produce market


45 green roof canopy path produce

detailed section of canopy structure

detailed topographical transect


HYBRID TOPOS

46 DESIGN ACCESS TO EXISTING PARK

TURNPIKE RAISED

A


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EXISTING FHP STATION

PRODUCE AND FOOD MARKET

ONSITE PRODUCE CROPS

REST STOP PAVILION

D

B

C

D

A B

C

GAS STATION


HYBRID TOPOS

48 DESIGN

section A

section B


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section C

section D


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URBAN BEACH

with MONAD Architects 2nd Place-Young Architects Program PS1/MOMA

design meticulously sans digital techniques achieving aggregated rhythms

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URBAN BEACH

52 DESIGN


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URBAN BEACH

54 DESIGN


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URBAN BEACH

56 DESIGN


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RHIZOMATIC FORMATIONS

with George Valdes 5th European Biennal of Landscape Architecture Selection

a public space for the 21st century, a computative process involving a generative approach

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RHIZOMATIC FORMATIONS

60 CONCEPT parasitic

parasitic

...exploring parasitic and symbiotic relationships...

symbiotic


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...“rhizome� to describe theory and research that allows for multiple, non-hierarchical entry and exit points in data representation and interpretation...


RHIZOMATIC FORMATIONS

62 CONCEPT

para-symbiotic system

...physical translation of symbiotic and parasitic properties ... PARASITIC

SYMBIOTIC

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RHIZOMATIC FORMATIONS

64 ANALYSIS ...flow stimulation of particles representing pedestrian behavior... PARTICLE EMMITERS american airlines arena residential carnival center PARTICLE ATTRACTOR


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residential_use

event @ carnival center

(x)=position reference (y)=attraction value (z)=distance value

event @ aaa


RHIZOMATIC FORMATIONS

66 ANALYSIS tracing particles

surfacing particles

residential_use

event @ carnival center

event @ aaa


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programming surfaces

residential

open market

carnival center

didactic park

aaa

recreational park

surface composite


RHIZOMATIC FORMATIONS

68 ANALYSIS program & circulation study

...folding and manipulating event surfaces, discovering moments of connection and program...


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RHIZOMATIC FORMATIONS

70 ANALYSIS

sectional surfaces

program

open market

didactic park

recreational park


71 market typologies edge

median

outline

fish market istanbul, turkey

flower market guangzhou, china

leather market florence, italy


RHIZOMATIC FORMATIONS

72 DESIGN applied program

defined program

open market

didactic park

recreational park


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plan plan - zoom


RHIZOMATIC FORMATIONS

74 DESIGN

fresh and salt water vegetation


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RHIZOMATIC FORMATIONS

76 DESIGN floating gardens


77 floating planter detail


RHIZOMATIC FORMATIONS

78 DESIGN section A

section B


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perspective a

a

A

b

perspective b


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WASTED

with PIE Studio exhibited at BridgeGallery, NY

an idea, a work in progress that looks at different ways repurposed products can be engaging spatially and affectivelly

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WASTED

82 DESIGN

process

collect

aggregate

install

materials:

500+

1,190+

200+


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THE

SWARM


WASTED

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WELL HUNG


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THE

BEAST


WASTED

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URBAN FOLDS with George Valdes

re-programming the urban surface of sweetwater, fl

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URBAN FOLDS

90 CONCEPT

fabric studies


91 sectional studies

points of stress


URBAN FOLDS

92 CONCEPT

=

+ urban sweetwater, fl

sectional sketch - manipulated ground

fold

urban fold


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URBAN FOLDS

94 ANALYSIS

TRAFFIC PREVENTS PEDESTRIAN

TRAFFIC MEETS PEDESTRIAN

5 MIN WALKING RADIUS @ TYPICAL INTERSECTIONS


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existing conditions WALKING SUBVERTS TRAFFIC

sweetwater, fl TRAFFIC MEETS PEDESTRIAN

5 MIN WALKING RADIUS @ GREEN INTERSECTIONS


ACTIVE

PLACE

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PASSIVE

+1

PLANTING

COMMUNITY

URBAN FOLDS

96 ANALYSIS

+10

+15

+25

progress of community over time in years

sectional treatment of existing canal


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CEIBA PENTANDRA

PERSEA AMERICANA

QUERCUS VIRGINIANA

CORDIA SEBESTENA

TABEBUIA CARAIBA

PODOCARPUS GRACILIOR

GUAIACUM SANCTUM

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC


URBAN FOLDS

98 DESIGN digital fabric study over sweetwater

ripple

dimple wrinkle


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form wrinkle

dimple

ripple

collect

sprout


URBAN FOLDS

100 DESIGN

sectional model study - ground manipulation


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URBAN FOLDS

102 DESIGN

...the new proposed design for Sweetwater facilitates pedestrian life. With a formal schema that ties together the city, the citizens of Sweetwater can enjoy all the qualities of an active lifestyle, enriching the community as a whole...

perspectives

1 - MIXED USE

2 - TRAFFIC SAFETY

3 - WALKING TO SCHOOL


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2

1 3


URBAN FOLDS

104 DESIGN

ANALOG TO DIGITAL STUDIES

bioswale


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CONCEPTUAL SECTION

raingarden



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