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Portfolio

Audrey Mariel Haliman


Statement of Purpose

Resume

Pentagonal Rotunda

9’ x 18’ x 14’

In progress


Hi my name is Audrey. I was born on the 1st of May, 1995 Grew up in Indonesia Currently Residing in Los Angeles, California. +1 (626) 807 0643 audrey_starstuff@hotmail.com


Diving into the life of an architecture student I have already been exposed to many geometric problems and possibilities. I have learned that these geometric details are able to produce and form a greater system that is of program, circulation, spacial distribution, etc. I think geometric systems created within Architecture helps to develop both form and function of a building. I have no biases on which is more important, but I believe that only when one produces the other will I be proud of my work. My interest in architecture is based on its ability to build on one idea to produce multiple effects and moments., whilst simultaneously creating and solving problems that may occur throughout "completing" the project. I am an OCD when it comes to maintaining a thesis or an underlying system. Paradoxically, focusing on one problem or idea exposes more problems that can either be resolved from following or totally redesigning the system. I love how every component and element effects other elements. Each piece makes and resolves a puzzle.


Audrey Mariel Haliman audrey_starstuff@hotmail.com

Education:

STB-Anglo Chinese School International Jakarta, Indonesia (2009-2013) Southern California Institute of Architecture (2013-Current) Bachelor of Architecture

Language

Fluent in English and Indonesian

Skills

Manual and (mostly) computer-aided drafting, laser cutting, model making, 3D rendering, presentation preparations and adequate materials knowledge.

Programs (Mac) Rhino, Adobe CS5 (Photoshop and Illustrator), Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), AutoCad


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Pentagonal Rotunda Our first assignment required us to contruct and understand the geometry of a pentagonal rotunda which would then undergo a series of transformations.


1st Transformation The first transformation (and those subsequently) of the pentagonal rotunda aimed to create a spiraling effect. I acheived this effect by pulling the triangles and pentagons at different heights and reconnecting them. Because its transformation occured along the vertical axis, the transformed shape maintains the same top view as its primitive shape.


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2nd Transformation In the second transformation I chose to create a literal spiral shape, in which all the faces are faceted. this emphasized its movement within the shape and ultimately the spiral effect. I decided to keep and maintain what could be seen from the top (top view), where its aperture is created by negative space, in shape of a pentagon.


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Final Transformation The final transformation required the use of curves and contour. I thought this was a great opportunity to allow for the spiraling to take place throughout the whole shape and not just in the vertical axis.


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6’-6” (190 cm)

5’-1” (156 cm)

4’-0” (122 cm)

2’-6” (76 cm)

2’-12” (91 cm)

1’-7” (48 cm)

0’-9” (28 cm)

STANDING

1’-6” (49 cm)

4’-10” (147 cm)

LOUNGING

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4’-8” (142 cm)

LAYING DOWN

4’-10” (149 cm)

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REACHING TO THE CEILIN

3’-8” (110 cm)

SITTING AT A DESK

Scale: 1/3” = 1’-0”


Living space : 9’ x 18‘ x 14’ The dimension contraints given were supposed to suffice the 5 assigned program spaces. L shapes in plan and in section forms larger L’s. These help maximize space, compressing areas where less height is needed, and vice versa. L-shaped built-in furniture creates the platform for circulation.


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Alignment of existing elements plays a big role in organization and measurement of program space; it creates gaps that allow for movement.


The site I chose reveals the system of alignment within the interior of my living space. Its position is dependent on the elements of which already exist within the garden, located in downtown Los Angeles.


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Analysis of a specific plan of Baths of Diocletian. I was able to analyze and recreate a plan for the Baths of Diocletian through lines of symmetry. Symmetry separates and puts together a part from a whole. A symmetrical room allows for it to be complete within itself and exist without the company of other elements. On the otherhand, global symmetry within the plan ties all the “independent� rooms together.


I chose an assymetric figure (highlighted in red) to develop further. Primitives were used to construct the 3d shapes by using the grid. Two primities overlapped and intersected eachother to create a notch, breaking the straight line that existed within the figure (bottom left). I am currently designing LACA ( Los Angeles Contemporary museum of Architecture) using a field of these shapes by extending and colliding their geometry to produce walls and floors. The notches are a solution for doubly-curved surfaces that exist around the shape. This is how i created the skin.


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Audrey Haliman  

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