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AFSHAN BEHNAMGHADER Architecture Portfolio


EDUCATION

JOB EXPERIENCE

2016-2019 Ongoing Master’s degree in Architecture.

INTERNSHIP

The University of Arizona, College of Architecture.

2017 Architecture Summer Internship,

Current GPA: 3.816 2013-2016 Master of Urban Management.

CLL. Concept Lighting Lab, LLC, Tucson, Arizona. From May to July. Helping in drafting lighting documents, running lighting analysis, helping in the finalizing furniture grouping of a project and

The University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran.

developing lighting fixtures and furniture’s spec sheets.

2009-2013 Bachelor of Urban Planning.

2015-2016 Part Time Architecture Trainee and Design Assistant,

The University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran. Ranked 3rd

Jahan Armeh Construction Company, Housing, and Building Division.

2005-2009 Diploma in Mathematics and Physics.

2013-2014 Graphic Designer,

Zohreh Tehrani High School, Tehran, Iran. Ranked 2nd

Responsible for designing the logo, and layout of the website and catalogue of the Spatial Service Team.

SKILLS

GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIP

3D Modeling

Spring 2018

Rhinoceros 3D

Assistant of the Graduate Advisor of the College of Architecture - the University of Arizona.

Revit Architecture

Fall 2017

SketchUp

ARC 326 - Site Planning - the University of Arizona College of Architecture:

Grasshopper

Working with a partner TA. Attending all lecture sessions. Handling administrative duties such as taking student attendance and helping with grading the quizzes and exams.

Drafting

Spring 2017

Revit Architecture

ARC101& ARC102 - Foundation Studios 1 & 2 - the University of Arizona College of Architecture:

Rhinoceros 3D

Working with two other TAs. Attending studio sessions where students presented weekly projects. Handling administrative

AutoCAD

duties such as taking student attendance, managing students’ assignments and grades.

Graphics

NOTABLE HONORS AND AWARDS

Adobe InDesign Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator

2017& 2018 Awarded Graduate Assistantship from the University of Arizona School of Architecture. 2016 Awarded Graduate Scholarship from the University of Arizona School of Architecture. 2013 Awarded Graduate Full Scholarship from the University of Tehran, Iran. 2013 Accepted into Master of Urban Management without entrance exam, University of Tehran, Iran.

Rendering

2013 Awarded as an Exceptional Talent from the University of Tehran Faculty of Fine Arts.

Rhinoceros 3D Vray

2013 Ranked 3rd among students of School of Urban Planning, University of Tehran, Iran.

Revit Architecture Rendering

2009 Accepted into the Bachelor of Urban Planning with the full scholarship, University of Tehran, Iran.

SketchUp Vray

Data Analysis Ladybug Tools DIALux ArcGIS

2009 Top 0.3% of the Nationwide Entrance Exam of Iranian Universities.

VOLUNTARY EXPERIENCE 2018 Graduate Class Representative - Women in Architecture Society WIAS is a student-run organization to inspire the future generation of students, build connections and empower women. My responsibility is to be the connection of graduate students to the organization. The University of Arizona, College of Architecture.

2017 Spatial Sketching / Performance Workshop Other Physical Model Making Microsoft Office

This engagement activity was a part of the doctoral research being conducted by Beth Weinstein through the University of Tasmania. The Activity included workshopping physical movement in space and other 4D aspects of the creative work; to move in space and /or move provided objects in space.

Free Hand Sketch

2017 The AIA Southern Arizona Inspiration Week - Model Exhibit

Oil Painting

Working as a member of the support team of Prof. Brad Lang and Prof. Darci Hazelbaker in preparation for the showcase of over sixty

Photography

architectural models from practices throughout the state. The University of Arizona, College of Architecture.


AFSHAN BEHNAMGHADER CONTACT EMAIL afshanbeh@email.arizona.edu PHONE +15206093990 LINKEDIN

/https://www.linkedin.com/in/afshan-behnamghader

ISSUU

https://issuu.com/afshanbehnamghader


ACADEMIC 01 INSTITUTE OF BORDERS AND BOUNDARIES

01 DESERT [BED]ROCK Design Studio Tutor: Prof. Brad Lang Spring 2016 University of Arizona

Think Tank Located in Tucson, Arizona

02 DESERT BEDROCK

Pavilion Located in King Canyon Tucson, Arizona

03 THE STAIR HOUSE

House Located in Tucson, Arizona

04 VILLA FOR YOUNGER SISTER Villa Located in Tehran, Iran

05 SAEE PATHWAY

Pedestrian Pathway Located in Tehran, Iran

06 DIGITAL COMMUNICATION

Advanced Rhino, Grasshopper and Digital Fabrication

PROFESSIONAL 01 FURNITURE GROUPING Tucker Residence Summer Internship

02 DAYLIGHT ANALYSIS Front Range Retreat Summer Internship

03 FIXTURE STUDY & LIGHTING DOCUMENTS

LIGHT FIXTURE LEGEND PR #5:

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Project Title:

Mandarina One & Only Resort Riviera Nayarita, Mexico

Drawing Title:

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01 INSTITUTE OF BORDERS AND BOUNDARIES Advanced Studio I Tutor: Prof. Bill Mackey Fall 2017 University of Arizona

For me as the designer, the Institute of Borders and Boundaries means a place for people from the neighborhood and all other places to come, gather and communicate with each other about all the subjects that could fit in the Borders and Boundaries category. The site is in the north of Tucson city downtown and in the southern border of Tucson Warehouse Arts District. It is beside the city’s train track and the district is remarkable for different warehouses that had been built over time around the city track.


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CONTEXT ANALYSIS

Tucson Train Track

Tucson Warehouse Arts District

Tucson Downtown

TUCSON WAREHOUSES ARCHITECTURAL ANALYSIS Wooden Structure

Plain Facades on Sides and Back

Vehicle Accessibility from Side Facade Double Height Building Storey Truss Roof Stucture

Deep Bay System-Large Uninterrupted Spaces

Brick Facade Covered With Stucco

Facade Covering the Structure

Larger Fenestration on Facade that is Facing The Main Street

Gridded Fenestration on Front Main Facade

Reviewing successful designs for courtyard and it became one o communal spaces and a strong and bold characteristics of the The design goal of this project w warehouse and its context. The p outside the buildings and experi This institute is a transparent and The courtyards are designed as programs. Local material and co series of vertical and horizontal m


cities with dry weather with harsh sun, revealed the power of central of the initial design idea. These courtyards are cooler and shaded response to suitability and energy efficiency matters. Also, the strong place seemed important matter to provide the sense of the place. was an institute that responds to physical and spiritual features of the project invites people to walk into the complex, spend time inside and ience different atmospheres of courtyards. open space designed along with the series of communal courtyards. pocket parks with distinctive characteristics defined by surrounding onstruction techniques is used in the design. Building envelope includes metal louvers are design to respond the strong sun of Tucson.

DESIGN PROCESS

1. Warehouse Architecture Typology with Inner Courtyard

2. Changing Orientations According to Warehouse Urban Typology

3. Achieving Courtyards with Distinctive Characteristics

4. Improving Pedestrian Circulation Hierarchy Between Spaces

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SOUTH ELEVATION

N 7th Ave

E 7th St

N 6th Ave

CROSS SECTIONS

E Toole Ave

LONG SECTIONS

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FLOOR PLANS

EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC

Wood Structure

Roofs

Metal Building Skin

Stucco and Brick Walls

Building Programs


STRUCTURAL MODEL

PHYSICAL MODEL

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02 DESERT [BED]ROCK Design Studio Tutor: Prof. Brad Lang Spring 2017 University of Arizona

Sunset

Bushes

North View

Canyon’s Rocks

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Desert BEDRock pavilion is about catching natural speciďŹ c features of Sonoran Desert and to engage human body with them. The project initial statement came from self-experience of ascending and descending in the King Canyon near Tucson Arizona. Spending some time in the silence of desert and watching prospects of the site, shaped my attitude toward deign a space for catching views. Also, Tucson heavy rains formed the Idea of a shelter from the power of nature. So, Prospect and Refuge became my design phenomena. The shape of natural rocks has become the incentive of design. I explore the ways of manipulation of the base mass by the means of white CMU blocks and adapting them to sit in the context and to provide opportunities for a visitor’s interaction with design and desert. The Design mass is cut in purposeful angels, and different slopes and orientation of surfaces provide variety of engagement opportunities for the human body, including sitting, leaning and sleeping. Saguaros Cacti

Cactus Forest

King Canyon Wash

King Canyon Trail

South View

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NATURAL PHENOMENA ANALYSIS

June Sun

Flora

FLORA+FAUNA SECTION

FLORA+FAUNA SECTION

March Sun

December Sun Fauna

South East Prevailing winds

DESIGN PROCESS

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DESIGN OPERATION

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Shades in SunRise

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Shades in Desert Sun SUNRISE

Shades in SunSet

LIGHT AND SHADOW

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PHENOMENAL RESPONSE


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DESIGN PROCESS

1 The Base 3-Storey Mass

2 Expansion to East and West

3 Expansion to North and South

4 Reduction of the Volume

5 Expansion to Allowable Side

6 Stacking Modules

7 Mass Created by Stacked Modules

8 Modules Expansion in Different Directions

9 Modules Subtraction to Create Spaces

03 THE STAIR HOUSE Design Studio Tutor: Prof. Christopher Domin Fall 2016 University of Arizona

The design concept is to use the operation of stacking as the main tool for creating a habitable space for the housing of a family of three. The conceptual design developed by using 1.5-foot by 1.5-foot wooden modules with different lengths to create various spaces of the dwelling. Project location is 16-foot by a 32-foot imaginary site in Tucson, Arizona. This house is a stair. It is open to sky and nature to catch as much light and views and the design allows wind to ventilate the house. The wooden modules are space makers, furniture, and the vertical circulation. More importantly, the modules are places to sit, talk and communicate with other family members and guests.


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04 VILLA FOR YOUNGER SISTER Design Studio Tutor: Saloomeh Mohammadi Iranian Architecture Center September to December 2015

The Villa for Younger Sister is a house which encapsulates the essence of living in the temperate climate of Tehran city. The plan creates open spaces which encourage natural ventilation and offer residents view to beautiful landscapes. Rotated balconies symbolizing the dynamic feature of nature while they are used as a green roof giving residents some outdoor leisure spaces. With the concept of Synthesis of indoor-outdoor, this residential design house gives the client the opportunity to live in harmony and comfortably with nature. Lushly planted roof gardens and balconies surround the house add to the effect that nature is evident in every part of the house. The rotation of the second floor enhances the flow of the desirable wind and provides a better view of the beautiful urban landscape in the north east. The project demonstrates how technology, planning, and design can be applied sensitively to generate a comfortable, modern, yet sustainable family home.


DESIGN PROCESS

1 COMBINATION OF CUBES

2 EXTENDING PORCHES FOR BETTER CIRCULATION

3 GREEN ROOF TO ENHANCE VEGETATION

SECTION DRAWINGS

Winter Sun

4 TURNING TO CATCH APPROPRIATE VIEW

5 ENHANCING THE CIRCULATION, VENTILATION AND VEGETATION


GROUND FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

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DESIGN OPERATIONS

NATURAL VENTILATION

SPACES CONNECTIVITY

EAST ELEVATION

WINTER SUN


SUMMER SUN

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05 SAEE PATHWAY Undergraduate Final Design Studio Tutor: Meysam Masoumi University of Tehran Summer 2013

Saee valley with its unique development potentials in the city of Tehran, Iran, is located between two important public open spaces. In 2006 this area has been separated to two parts by Hakim highway. This affected the vegetation and urban development of the valley, in the way that the condition of the northern and the southern part of the highway became different since then. The design vision here is to reconnect two parts of the valley, in order to connect two public open spaces and to make an integrated zone. Pure vegetation and fine slope of the area provide beautiful urban landscapes and the goal is using the opportunities and designing a pedestrian street as a linear public space for leisure.


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PROJECT LOCATION

SITE ANALYSIS Hemmat Highway

Public Park Beautiful Urban Landscape IRAN COUNTRY

TEHRAN CITY

TEHRAN DISTRICT 2

SAEE AREA

Rich Vegetation Rich Vegetation Unsecured Urban Space

MASTER PLAN STRATEGIES 1 Pedestrian Priority: Designing for pedestrians.

Beautiful Urban Landscape

2 Livability: Improving community’s quality of life. Enhancing built and natural environment, economic prosperity, and recreation possibilities.

Public Park

3 Connectivity: Increasing connections between people, places. Creating opportunities to make neighbourhood more vibrant.

Hakim Highway

4 Mix Land Use: Combination of residential, commercial, cultural and institutional uses. Making these functions integrated.

Undeveloped Land

5 Optional Activities: Increasing the diversity of activities for different types of people in the area.

Unsecured Urban Space Lack of Sidewalks Poor Vegetation

Organic and High Density Urban Fabric Beautiful Urban Landscape

Public Park


MASTER PLAN GUIDELINES

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To Reach means to extend the existing routes, in order to improve the transportation and the connectivity to other places.

To Link means to connect important landmarks, parks, neighbourhoods and public spaces together to make an integrated linear public space.

The Bridge is to make a physical connection between two separate parts of the site. It helps to make an integrated linear urban space.

To Mix is to create places for interaction. To put different land uses together and create an active pedestrian street.

DESIGN PROCESS

1 PROVIDING SIDEWALKS IN BOTH SIDES OF THE STREET

2 WIDENING THE SIDEWALKS

3 ELIMINATING THE VEHICLE ROLE

4 BRINGING ACTIVITIES TO ATTRACT PEOPLE

5 ENHANCING PUBLIC PLAZAS AND VEGETATION

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06 DIGITAL COMMUNICATION Advanced Rhinoceros, Grasshopper and Digital Fabrication Tutor: Prof. Susannah Dickinson Fall 2017 University of Arizona


SURFACE MANIPULATION VIA GRASSHOPPER

1. CREATING CURVES BY SERIES OF CONSTRUCT POINTS

2. USING NURB CURVES TO CREATE THE INITIAL SURFACE

3. SUBDIVIDING INITIAL SURFACE TO RECTANGULAR GRID OF POINTS

4. ASSIGNING CIRCLES TO POINTS TO MODIFY SPECIFIC ONES

5. SELECTING SPECIFIC CIRCLES AND APPLYING SPHERES TO THEM

6. TRIMMING THE SELECTED SPHERES FROM THE INITIAL SURFACE

21 APRIL SEPTEMBER - 8 AM

21 JUNE - 8 AM

SOLAR ANALYSIS VIA LADYBUG

21 JANUARY - 8 AM

21 APRIL SEPTEMBER - 8 AM

21 JUNE - 8 AM

21 JANUARY - 8 AM

DIGITAL DESIGN PROCESS VIA RHINOCEROS AND GRASSHOPPER

1. BASE INSPIRED SHAPE

2. MANIPULATING THE BASE SHAPE

3. ADAPTATION OF THE BASE SHAPE

4. EXAGGERATING SHAPE CURVES

5. CREATING THE BASE MOLD

6. CREATING THE LID

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The Precedent that was used to explore was Rolex Learning Center by SANAA, in Lausanne, Switzerland. The goal was to first simulate the shape of the building by using advanced commands in Rhinoceros software and then manipulating the building outer surface using Grasshopper. In the second step, a solar radiation analysis has been run six times by Ladybug which is a Grasshopper plug-in to see the difference between solar radiation in two designs. The last step goal was to create a precedent study inspired object through digital fabrication. My interest was in combining machinery and hand work. The first alternative was to pour the base with plaster, cover it with the fastened lid, let it cure and then take the shell out. Because the first idea did not work as it was planned, I used my second alternative and I created a semiperforated solid plaster volume within the base mold.

FABRICATION PROCESS


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PROFESSIONAL


01 FURNITURE GROUPING Tucker Residence Summer 2017 Internship in: CLL. Concept Lighting Lab, LLC Type: Single Family Home Location: Martis Camp, Lake Tahoe, California, USA Architect: Faulkner Architects Date: 2014-2016 Project Phase Contribution: CD

Image Source: http://www.cll-conceptlightinglab.com/inprogress/2015/5/28/tucker-residence

As a summer intern, I worked on this project under supervision of Claudia Kappl and Adriana Argyropoulos. My contribution to this project was to help with the finalizing selection for the project interior furnishing. The tasks included laying out furnitures 3d models in the project’s digital model which was provided by the project Architect. Some of the furniture models were from manufactures’ website and I modeled the ones that were not available. This was a back and forth process as we discussed with the client about furnitures selection and layout via online meetings. 9'-9"

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02 DAYLIGHT ANALYSIS Front Range Retreat

Summer 2017 Internship in: CLL. Concept Lighting Lab, LLC Type: Private Residential Location: Boulder, Colorado, USA Architect: Lake|Flato Architects Date: 2017 - Current Project Phase Contribution: SD

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In this residential project, I worked as a summer intern under supervision of Claudia Kappl and Trevor Cordivari. My Contribution was to prepare the daylight analysis document via DIALux software for entire project. The analysis covered lighting simulation for summer and winter solstice and equinox in different times of the day. This process was done to provide better information for the Architect in charge about the quality and amount of daylight in each space of the project. Gathering Room Hall Summer 2017 - Clear Sky

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Manda Mandarina One & One & Only Resort

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Refer to all submitted Lighting Design Documentation provided via: a) Drawings b) Light Fixture Schedule and c) Light Fixture Specification. For luminaire locations refer to CLL Light Fixture Specification. Luminaire count to be confirmed by Contractor. Drawings must not be scaled for dimensions or scale reference. In case of question on dimension or fixture location, Contractor or Electrician must confirm with Lighting Designer and Architect, prior to installation. In case of conflicting layout, Contractor must confirm with Lighting Designer or Architect prior to proceeding. All Copyright to Lighting Design and drawings is retained by "CLL.Concept Lighting Lab, LLC."

TALLER DE ARQUITECTURA JAVIER SÁNCHEZ S.A. de C.V. Culiacán 123, Col. Hipódromo Condesa 06170 M é x i c o D F , M é x i c o www.jsa.com.mx tel.(55)1085-9900

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As a summer intern, I worked on this project under supervision of Claudia Kappl, Adriana Argyropoulos and Trevor Cordivari. Section Transversal Building Section Transversal 3. Lighting Building 2. Lighting My contribution to this project was to help with updating and finalizing lighting orthographic documents. I worked on Executive Suite #4 and Presidential Suite #5. The documents included lighting layout and switching of the Interior and exterior plans, elevation and sections. 4.

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Mandarina One & Only Resort Riviera Nayarita, Mexico

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ART AND CRAFT


CRAFT - [WOOD] TECTONICS

Structures I Tutor: Prof. Valerie Lane Fall 2016 University of Arizona Working in a group of three with Elmira Kamyab and Alex Chavez, our goal in the class was to examine the structural quality of Wood in bearing loads. Our group proposed several structural designs using the simple connections between parts in order to examine the material strength.

We put our designed structures under observed pressure to calculate the amount of force it can bear and the time that is needed to break the design. This helped us to understand design efficiency. Assignment steps such as designing, preparing material and building the design were done along with other two members of the group. The aim of doing all the steps together was to have the same chance of working with material and experiencing some of the challenges of working with wood.


Materials+Methods I Tutor: Prof. Christopher Domin Fall 2016 University of Arizona In this course, I worked with Wood to understand the material quality and its tectonic features. In this individual project, I examined various ways to get different qualities from wood by employing different external situations on it. I did two final examinations including Steaming, Bending and Laminating in the first experiment, and on the second one I did Kerf Cutting, Bending and Laminating.

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