ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO ALAN MONTUFAR OCHOA
ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO//ALAN MONTUFAR OCHOA
Alan Montufar Ochoa 2015
PAPER MILL// QUEEN ANNE
Pre-Fab construction UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON// ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT// ARCH404 STUDIO//WINT 2013 The studio project was based on an integrated team setting with construction management, structural engineer and architecture students. The objective of this project was to explore logistics, cost, sustainability, structure and design within a modular construction. MY RESPOnSIBILITES WERE MODULE LAYOUT DESIGN AND DIGITAL DRAWINGS FOR FINAL PRESENTATION. Team memrs involved: Michelle Deng / Jason Duckowitz / Evan Dunagan / Ann fF /Cory Hartwigsen / Marc kinsman / Cameron Wu
AMENITIES WITHIN 100’ RADIUS
SCHOOL FOR KENYA COMPETITION UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON// ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT//COMPETION//SPRING 2013 THE PROJECT WAS A TEAM PARTICIPATION OF ONE CIVIL ENGINEER STUDENT, ONE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT STUDENT AND TWO ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS. THE GOAL OF THE PROJECT WAS TO INCORPORATE PRATICALITY, FUNCTIONALITY, SUSTAINABILITY AND AESTHETIC IN THE DESIGN.
WOOD BOND BEAM WIRE MESH
WOOD FRAME WINDOW PLASTER EXTERIOR CLADDING CONCRETE LINTEL CLAY BRICK
CONCRETE COLUMN CONCRETE SLAB ON GRADE
GUTTER SYSTEM LEADING GUTTER SYSTEM LEADING TO WATER COLLECTOR TO WATER COLLECTOR ATTACHED TO SIDE OF ATTACHED TO SIDE OF STRUCTURE STRUCTURE
GUTTER SYSTEM LEADING TO WATER COLLECTOR ATTACHED TO SIDE OF STRUCTURE
AIR FLOW BETWEEN AIR FLOW BETWEEN PLYWOOD AND SHEET PLYWOOD AND SHEET METAL METAL AIR FLOW BETWEEN
PLYWOOD AND SHEET METAL
AIRAIR FLOW FLOW
SHADING ABOVE FOR OUTSIDE SEATING
SHELVES LIGHT SHELVES LIGHT LIGHT SHELVES REFLECTING LIGHT REFLECTING REFLECTING LIGHT LIGHT
OVER HANGS FOR SHADING
OVERFOR HANGS FOR SHADING OVER HANGS SHADING
CROSS VENTILATION CROSS VENTILATION
WORK STATION WORK STATION WORK STATION WORK STATION
SHADING ABOVE SHADING ABOVE FORFOR OUTSIDE SEATING OUTSIDE SEATING
PAPERMILL IN QUEEN ANNE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON// ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT//ARCH302 STUDIO//SPRING 2012 The project focuses on the tectonic and stereometric aspects of materiality. The program involved spaces for manufactoring paper and studio spaces for local artist that use paper as an artistic medium. The top level of the structure connects to local artist on Dravus, while the lower level allows a connection to the manufacturing side of the neighborhood.
FLOOR PLAN 2 DRAVUS LEVEL
tectonic and stereometric exploration
ENVIRONMENTAL LAB AT DISCOVERY PARK UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON// ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT//ARCH300 STUDIO//FALL 2011 The project involved exploring ways to bring education about the site while having minimum impact of construction on the land. The design supports the observation and study of life at the waterâ€™s edge. Shore birds, marine mammals, ocean and beach flora and fauna will all be subject to investigation.
ROTATING LOUVERS -CONTROLS VIEWS, LIGHT, WIND
ENCLOSURE- FRAMING, LOUVERS, GLASS PANELS
FLOOR-WOOD PLANKS, FLOOR DECK
HIGH TIDE 12 ‘
P A T H
sketch process SECONDARY SUPPORT- BEAMS
PRIMARY SUPPORT- BEAMS,RAFTERS, COLUMNS
T R A CAMP N SI TI O N
snow lake cabin The project consisted of designing a get away cabin for a newlywed couple. The prgram is simple, the spaces are divided into three main areas that accomodate eating, relaxing and sleeping. The design expresses the nature through its indoor/outdoor spaces, views out, natural light and ventilation.
RESIDENTIAL PRACTICE COURSE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON// ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT//ARCH475//WINT 2013 The project consisted of designing a house for a client. The process involved permits, land-use codes, zoning, parcel research, kitchen layouts, wall details and a develop concept. The house is intended for a family of four with specific spaces that accommodate the residentâ€™s wants and needs.
Model-making WILLIAM ZIMMERMAN ARCHITECT DISPLAY MODEL 2013 Display model for William Zimmerman Architects; Sharp Residence at whidbey island. The work involved several weeks of analyzing construction drawings and a site survey.
FURNITURE-DRAFTING TABLE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON// ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT// FURNITURE STUDIO//SPRING 2013 This studio required that each student design, develop and finish a fullâ€?scale piece of furniture. The experience taught me the different aspects of materiality and their limits. Furthermore it allowed me to focus on design details.
charcoAL, brush and ink SHORELINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE// ART 100//WINT 2010 These few drawings revealed a hidden talent that evolved in me during my first years in college. This talent evoked interest in architecture, which I later persued in my third year in college.
FARMERâ€™S MARKET WALK PERSONAL SKETCHES//WINT 2013 The cultural aspect of this event is most intriguing, during the day the streets are filled with people, food, music, pets, and shops. These drawings started with a walk to the Ballard neighborhood in Seattle.
“Action is the foundational key to all success” -Pablo Picasso