ALEJANDRO A LEJANDRO A ANDINO NDINO PPORTFOLIO/PROJECTS ORTFOLIO/PROJECTS
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OBJECTIVE Seeking an Intern Architect and or Graphic Design position that will challenge my design abilities in design and production while achieving growth within the company highly competitive but collaborative work environment.
EDUCATION Professional Master of Architecture 2009 - May 2010 Savannah College of Art & Design [SCAD] Savannah, GA Bachelor of Fine Arts 2003 - 2009 Savannah College of Art & Design [SCAD] Savannah, GA Design and Architecture Sr. High
1999 - 2003 DASH Miami, FL
SOFTWARE KNOWLEDGE + ADVANCED. AutoCAD, Revit Architecture, Autodesk Impression 3, InDesign, Photoshop, + INTERMEDIATE. 3ds Max Design, Maya, Flash, Illustrator, Premiere, Merry Mechanization
My educational background in architecture and electronic design, has been excellent preparation for a career with a firm. I have very good interpersonal and communication skills among others. Through that experience I have learned the virtue of patience, along with balancing creative events with my school work, and maintaining positivity.
Can work on diverse aspects of building assessment, design, construction document production, organized, team player as well as having working knowledge of some of the most advance computer software. Attended workshops in drawing, sketching, computer modeling, physical modeling, painting, ceramics, rendering, script writing, and video production.
As a young and energetic individual who has been working in the design and development for many years strives to provide top quality work. â€œdo not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.â€?
Residential Design 1 The major responsibilities are to solve the problems the client is aware of, and to anticipate and unravel problems that the client hasn’t discovered yet.
Urban Planning 2
Guide and ensure the orderly development of settlements and communities. Embracing the existing infrastructure around the site providing connection with the neighboring residents.
Computer-Aided Design 3 CAD is a significant industrial art comprehensively used in many applications. + Interpret CAD drawings and specifications for manufacturing requirement.
Model / Hand Render 4
MIAMI ARTS & ACADEMY SENIOR HIGH It is said that a good teachers and motivated students can overcome unsatisfactory facilities and carry out at a high level almost anywhere, but a well-designed facility can truly improve performance and make education a more enjoyable and rewarding experience. Learning is about creating connections with the student and teachers as well as the community. Stimulating one reflection toward the school and learning to collaborate with one another.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SANTA BARBARA ENVIRONMENT & HISTORY CENTER Beyond the “eradication of negative environmental impact”, sustainable design must generate projects that are meaningful innovations that can shift behavior. Research begins with an idea. As that idea evolves, it moves through a process of filtering, which narrows the hypothesis to a concise solution.
Design architectural model to demonstrate the design from computer software such as Revit or AutoCAD.
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SITE DESIGN Sustainable Features: •Orientation of building assists day lighting, ventilation, and solar heat generation (classroom on a 45 degree angle). •Sustainable building materials used where possible, using low fl y-ash concrete and recycled material building products. •Plant selection and planting design attempt to accommodate students and teachers’ a school garden as a successful learning tool. •Low-e double glazed windows with perforated louver system, admitting views while providing sufficient direct sunlight protection.
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MIAMI ARTS & ACADEMY SENIOR HIGH The community must have some kind of connection to the facility or an involvement that has them believing that the school belongs to them. Student’s exhibition work by the entrance can create a dominant statement about the learning mission of the school. Student work doesn’t have to be just paper held to the walls. In fact, students can display sculpture on the entrance or courtyards.
COOLING & HEATING Cooling is provided by two types of natural ventilation: operable windows oriented to prevailling winds and solar power fan. Proper use of day lighting may be the single most essential tool in crafting enriched learning environments. When combined with high performance glazing and automated electric lighting controls it also contributes to considerable energy savings.
DAYLIGHT PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION The idea that a number of students will learn the same thing at the same time from the same person for several hours each day is not right. You must give student variety in a room, open space or shifting furniture can be one of the solutions.
Daylight can be presented in to the facility in several ways — counting windows, skylights and light shelves. This goes back to easily cooling the facility with overhangs but also have some kind of light shelves that redirect the natural lighting into the building and eliminate the use of artificial lighting.
Furniture Soft seating can remove some tension that students feel. A comfortable environment is more satisfying than an uncomfortable one.
MUSIC & ARTS It is said that the arts can play a big part in the developing intellectual development of the student.That it can broaden the understanding and appreciation of the world around them.
Individual Storage Even though our memories are tied up with them, it is time to have fewer lockers on the hallway. Lockable storage would be on each classroom or better yet have desk with storage built in.
LEARNING STUDIO Traditional classroom is more linear and just has meek seating areas and teachers seating. There is no room for easygoing seating for breaks or have an active zone that showcase students work. Flex space are only seen in college level were these spaces are used to present individual work to former classmates. The new facility will space the classroom so that it attempts to promote learning by breaking linear rooms. It will be considered as the new modular classrooms as well as maintaining the school needs.
PROJECT DESIGN The school highlights creative classroom, outdoor education, safety and sustainable feature. The facility will be innovative as it will stretch the boundaries of education. This facility incorporates a number of energy efficient sustainable design strategies. The most substantial of these is the extensive green roof, which bears total coverage of the facility.
Solar Control Celoscreen Sun Louvers allow for views out and ventilation through while blocking glare and avoiding heat gain. The central space consists of a frosted glass material that allows natural light to pentrates but diffuses it to an extent that reduces heat gain.
ENTRY - Schematic Design Photoshop How come many schools are design to look the way they do today? A simple box with simple openings, almost prison like cookie-cutters which does not even pretend to be clearly aimed at the community. Thier is a need for some changes. Many schools are designed or developed nowadays with considerable dependency on the building specification and on design guidelines which leaves any room for any kind of real creativity among the designer. Designer are obligated to use the standards of school design, therefore they mostly appear like cookie-cutters.
ABOUT The programmatic makeup of this building, coupled with its primary circulation artery, follows this same process. Patrons are drawn into the facility by a wide, welcoming circulation artery, covered in permeable pavers (representative of the beginning of an idea, broad and bold) at the North West corner of the building. This path creates a central outdoor corridor which flows all the way through to the plaza. As one experiences this path, it can be noted that the research process is actively taking place on both sides of the corridor. It becomes more and more refined as one reaches the plaza while the path simultaneously becomes narrower. The basic program of the spaces along the path also follows the research process, beginning with the lecture hall (the presentation of ideas and theories), followed by the children and adult classrooms and laboratories (the experimentation and testing phase), and ending with the plaza space.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SANTA BARBARA Symbolizing the facility as a bridge between the mountains of the north and the ocean of the south, these rise successively from south to north and appear as a series of rising hills. As they rise, each roof is “cracked” with an operable clerestory window, the orientation of which is based upon prevalent west/south-west winds to take advantage of natural ventilation. The overhangs of each roof are based upon sun angles to minimize direct lighting to the interior spacing and maximize indirect.
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Coupled with a perforated louver system, these N/W and S/E facing, low-e double glazed walls provide optimal views without high heat gain or direct sunlight. To aid in reducing this direct light (and to add thermal resistance to the envelope) the entire facility was sunk several feet below grade, reducing the amount of exterior vertical glazing prone to direct sunlight exposure.
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Glazing makes up about half of each interior space’s wall surface and, with the addition of light wells, each space is naturally lit for all daytime hours.
Another primary energy saving strategy was the utilization of rammed earth for all southwest facing walls that bear heavy sun exposure during peak heat gain hours. Each rammed earth wall overhangs its adjacent/perpendicular glazed wall to minimize direct sunlight into the interior.
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BREAKOUT SPACES Classrooms tend to be design as Cell-and-Bells model which tends to be rectangular. To make it more flexible one uses the L-shaped classroom which in reality is not a fresh idea but helps break out the spaces.
DETAIL WALL SECTION The Extensive Green Roofs are incredibly resistant to heat gain, only allowing .831 btu/hr-s.f. of floor area. The roof overhangs were extended to protect against summer sun penetration throughout the day.
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STUDENT CENTER EVENTS
Creativity flourishes at the Student Center through a variety of activities, including socials, lectures, student meetings, film screenings and more. Key events include:
The first floor houses the office of student involvement, Apple computer workstations, ample study tables and a coffee shop. Students can challenge a friend on a pool table or just watch television. The second floor is used for lectures and other social events. Many clubs and organizations request the second floor for meetings and activities. On the third floor, students can study and do homework in private stations. On the fourth floor, students can rest on a SCAD-designed bench while watching movies on flat-screen televisions, or curl up for a power nap in one of the Napping Pods. The Student Center also has wireless Internet access throughout the building.
Writer’s Studio consultations
Student organization meetings
Lectures by visiting artists
Coffee house performances featuring local talent
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Located on the first floor of the Student Center, the coffee shop serves freshly made Starbucks coffee. Come in and have the barista fix you a latte, cappuccino, mocha or other tasty drink. The shop also has Odwalla fruit smoothies, fresh salads, soft drinks, juices, bottled water, muffins and more. Purchases can be made by using meal plans, dining dollars, cash or your SCAD Card.
TRANSPORTATION SCAD transportation loops from the residence halls to the Student Center daily. The Student Center has six bike racks on the side of the building and one row of parking directly front of the building. A SCAD parking sticker is required to park at the building.
The spread of modern style cafes to many places, urban and rural, went hand in hand with computers. Computers and Internet access in a contemporary-styled venue helps to create a youthful, modern, outward-looking place.
LOUVERS Modern louver systems serve to improve indoor daylighting. Fixed mirrored louver systems can limit glare and of redirect diffuse light. Such louvers may be integrated in between two panes of double glazing.
MODERN ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
Every modern interior design decision is an opportunity, not a problem. Conveying your modern interior design ideas and implementing them can be the source of immeasurable pleasure and satisfies that very dynamic force of nest building that is in all of us.
Living room is the place where we occupy the most of our time when we are at home and is the utmost frequented room of the home. That is why it is vital to have nice and comfortable living room furniture. Set furniture can bring you necessary assurance and calm feelings in our life.
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FAMILY ROOM Living room furniture set should it have sofa, armchairs, coffee table, dining table, chairs, wall units, entertainment center or TV cabinets, bookcase, buffets and so on. Living room is a room for entertaining guests, reading, watching TV or other activities.
Phase 1 The sofa bed was chosen for the purpose that the client had a 1 bedroom apartment and needed a solution to have his friends or relatives come to visit. This is a perfect way to have a living room space as well as a bedroom hidden from everyone.
Phase 2 Opening mechanism with gas pistons. Lifting of the lower bed by a rotation movement, with supporting ladder and protection bar.
Phase 3 Bed base with frame in enforced tubular iron and slates in multilayered bent beech wood fixed to the frame with adjustable gaskets made of nylon/rubber.
DOC Sofa Bed A SOFABED THAT DOES DOUBLE DUTY, Mobelformâ€™s Doc folds out into not one, but two twin sized beds stacked one atop the other: in short, a bunk bed. Included are the necessary mattresses as well as a ladder and short rail to prevent mid-night tumbles.
ABOUT Design by Giulio Manzoni The Space Saving Systems from Resource Furniture are modular programs that utilize patented transformable technology to transform any space from day use to night use and back. The system is both versatile and multifunctional.
In the bunk bed version it is compulsory to put the ladder in the duly vertical position, because it has function of support and it avoids as well that the upper bed flaps.
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ABOUT The design develops a network of public green spaces derived from the continuation of street and block patterns. Embracing the existing infrastructure around the site will provide a connection with the neighboring residents. Construction of the new parallel running streets and vehicular traffic around the site has created an implied wall that is blocking the environment from the surrounding neighborhoods. These green pathways through the city will unite the neighborhood by encouraging pedestrian traffic throughout the site and around the surrounding areas. Integrated parks will serve the district by creating an environment that will promote community interaction.
GALLERY EXHIBITIONS The green space continues through the site allowing for mixed use buildings and outdoor marketplaces to border the open green spaces. The green parks allow for multiple uses providing space for concerts, galleries, and exhibitions.
MARKET These market areas embrace the strong culture and historic tradition of Beijingâ€™s Dashilan District. The open outdoor markets will provide a successful alternative to the current crowded alley market places. This being a positive influence on the area bringing people from all over the city to enjoy a sustainable shopping experience
Market The open outdoor markets will deliver an effective alternative to the crowded market it currently is. This will allow some venders to have seating for their client as they wait for their meals.
Meditation Space Small structure located in various places near water or green spaces is an ideal way to relax or practice early exercise.
Recreational Urban open space is often appreciated for the recreational opportunities it provides. Time spent in an urban open space for recreation offers a reprieve from the urban environment.
Public Health Recent advances has prompted many cities to move away from artificially penurious designs, to mosaic environments, which permit full recreational use but maintain higher levels of biodiversity and hence deliver greater benefits to human well-being.
DISSECTING DASHILAN Progressive Integration of Urban Green Space The aesthetic value of urban open spaces is self-evident. People appreciate viewing nature, mainly when it is otherwise widely deprived, as is the circumstance in urban environments. Therefore, open space suggest the value of relieving gray infrastructure.
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ABOUT More than 55 years ago, a group of concerned animal lovers joined together to organize The Humane Society of Chatham-Savannah, Inc. In February 1985, the Humane Society was incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. In January 2010, we changed our name to The Humane Society for Greater Savannah - to more accurately describe our area of service. All funding of The Humane Society for Greater Savannah is by private donation from individuals, businesses, trusts and foundations; bequests; special events; grants; and from the proceeds of our â€œPick of the Litterâ€? Thrift Shop.
PET HOUSE Dog is viewed as the best friend of Human. Some people treat those four-legged friends as their family members, eat together, and sleep together. Cats are respected by humans for companionship and ability to hunt vermin and household pests. As a group we decided to support the humane society of greater savannah in contributing our time and drawing experience to design homes for our four-legged friends.
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MISSION STATEMENT The Mission of the Humane Society for Greater Savannah is to lead our community in the compassionate treatment of animals, to address the causes of animal suffering and overpopulation, to educate and encourage people to take responsibility for their animal companions and to provide care for animals in need.
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WINDOW PLAN DETAIL WOOD FRAMES ARE THICKER THAN ALUMINUM OR STEEL FRAMES, BUT THEY ARE ALSO MORE EFFECTIVE AS THERMAL INSULATORS. THE FRAMES ARE USUALLY OF KIN-DRIED, CLEAR, STRAIGHT-GRAIN WOOD, FACTORYTREATED WITH A WATER-REPELLANT PRESERVATIVE. THE WOOD MAY BE STAINED, PAINTED, OR PRIMED FOR PAINTING ON SITE. TO MINIMIZE THE NEED FOR MAINTENANCE, THE MAJORITY OF WOOD FRAMES ARE NOW CLAD WITH VINYL OR BONDED TO ACRYLIC-COATED ALUMINUM SECTIONS THAT REQUIRE NO PAINTING.
CLUB DEPORTIVO OLIMPIA PRACTICE FACILITY The idea was to have a detachable miniature arena that they can take anywhere with ease in the occasion that the stadium is being used by other clubs or events. Club Deportivo Olimpia is a Honduran Football and baseball club based in Tegucigalpa. They compete in the Liga Nacional de Honduras, the top division in the country, and play their home matches in the Estadio Tiburcio Carias Andino.
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TWISTED TOWER MAYA demonstrate the idea that a form can be constant only to have the faรงade alternate or the skeleton of the building. It ranges from a typical building structure, birds nest and a weaving pattern.
A claw is made of hard protein called keratin. Keratin refers to a family of fibrous structural proteins. It is that where I decided to have an open structural beam to represent the complexity and strength of the lion claw. The lion claws are the inspiration of constructing the beam structure.
This detachable arena was to be very light and modular base in case they decide to add a few more on the area. The roof is made of Teflon cloth for easy folding and the beam structure is a LiteSteel beam. The innovative, patented cold forming process gives LSB a unique profile with the torsional rigidity you would normally expect from hot rolled steel.
LSB Advantages *Lightweight - easy to lift & place *On average up to 40% lighter than hot rolled steel or engineered wood
Light Steel Beam It can be carried like a wood beam and can be cut, nailed, screwed, and drilled on site using the same tools you currently use.
Thermal The warmed structures and plants inside the greenhouse re-radiate some of their thermal energy in the infrared spectrum, to which glass is partly opaque, so some of this energy is also trapped inside the glasshouse.
CAR SHOW DISPLAY The theme is to addresses societyâ€™s shift toward minimizing consumption of the earthâ€™s resource without sacrificing the styling consumers demand. Imagine you could present to your visitors vast amounts of the most complex information that you cared most about, in all its subtlety and depth.The Interactive Digital Wall is an ideal display that combines a bold printed background with a glowing user-movable high resolution LCD display that is irresistible to visitors of all ages.
GREEN HOUSE The idea was to harness that sun ray and help farmers grow crop during the harsh cold winters. The structure with different types of covering materials, such as a glass roof and frequently glass or plastic walls; it heats up because incoming visible solar radiation from the sun is absorbed by plants, soil, and other things inside the building. Air warmed by the heat from hot interior surfaces is retained in the building by the roof and wall.
Greenhouses protect crops from too much heat or cold and help to keep out pests.
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ABOUT Open to both the SCAD and Savannah communities, the revamped store features a newly expanded line of SCAD-branded products and student, alumni and faculty-designed gift and home dĂŠcor items from Working Class Studio, SCADâ€™s innovative product development venture, merchandised throughout the ground floor. A vast array of art and office supplies, specialty papers and instructor kits can be found on the upper floors, while text and trade books remain in the basement.
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RESIDENCE The residence offer a variety of living options so students can work, workout, play, eat and become immersed in the university experience. These residential communities encourage learning outside the classroom, celebrate diversity and foster educational, social, emotional, intellectual and cultural development. Student involvement offers a variety of ways for you to become an active member of the university community. Develop your leadership skills, meet other students, expand your cultural awareness, make professional contacts, and participate in an array of recreational opportunities, volunteer in the local communityâ€” opportunities abound.
DENVER ART MUSEUM by Daniel Libeskind Architectural drawing demonstrates the basic skills and techniques in drawings from direct observation. The primary goals are to learn to judge proportion and to depict those observations in drawings that demonstrate an understanding of depth, form and space.
PEDIATRIC OUTPATIENT CENTER After the evaluation is made by a rehabilitation team consisting of professional staff, including a doctor, physical therapist, occupational therapist, and prevocational and vocational instructor the individual rehabilitation program is set up and training is provided for the purpose of re-entry into society.
Balance was the method used for the mass of the building but as an alternative of a seamless mirror image the building was split in half as one side was shifted upward to the north axis and the other half to the south axis. Symmetry is the correspondence in size, shape and position of parts on opposite sides of a dividing line or axis. If a line is drawn on the axis, either in plan or in elevation, one half of the building could be reproduced as a mirror image of the other half. Use of symmetry is one method for creating balance.
ABOUT The Walters-Storyk Design Group (WSDG) is a worldwide, full-service acoustics and audio/video design firm, specializing in critical listening and viewing environments of various types. The Company is celebrating its 40th year of practice and employs over 50 professionals in six offices across four continents.WSDG provides design, construction and consulting services for professional audio/video facilities, multi-media presentation rooms, residential home theaters, performance and entertainment spaces and numerous other types of projects.
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GOLDEN BEACH RESIDENCE This project required the installation of a private home theater plus the development of the A/V systems throughout all areas of this high-end luxury residence. Among the design considerations were rich woods and fabric elements, which were combined for optimum acoustics as well as for elegant aesthetics. The lighting design was of high importance and incorporated into the fully controlled, dimmable touch panel systems. To truly call your home theater a theater you have to use a high definition video projector and no front projection setup is complete without a proper projection screen. With sizes ranging from 60-inches to the skyâ€™s the limit, projection screens are more than just a smooth white surface for which to project an image on. Todayâ€™s modern projection screens employ state of the art materials, ambient light rejecting technology, auto-masking, 3D compatibility and more.
MAXICON Home Automation
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Having all of your amenities integrating together with easy-to-use touch panels and keypads is what the industry refers to as “home automation” or as a “smart home.”
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Maxicon works with the homeowner to better understand his or her lifestyle. We then program different modes, e.g., entertainment mode, vacation mode, or sleep mode, that represent various sequences of events at specific times. These modes can be set to work automatically, manually, or tandem. With a touch of a button a homeowner can turn back the thermostat, turn off the indoor lights, turn on the exterior lights, make sure all of the video and sound equipment is turned off, etc.
Speakers can be inconspicuously built right into the walls with either paint or wallpaper applied right over them. A family portrait, or favorite painting can be sent into a company to be transferred onto a special canvas that will remotely roll down discreetly hiding a large plasma, surrounded by a frame of your choice. Blackout shades are custom made to your specifications to not only offer you aesthetically pleasing window treatments, but to also serve as part of your theater’s optimal lighting design.
LIGHTING CONTROL An integrated lighting system is essential. Instead of merely turning the lights on or off when you enter or leave a room, an entire system can be installed and programmed to fit your desired lifestyle.
ADVANCE DYNAMIC AUDIO MONITORS The biggest member of the GTC Series offers the one of a kind sound reproduction of this series at an even higher level. Wherever perfect and powerful sound is needed, the GTC88 will be the ideal choice. From the desktop ARTist 3 computer speaker to the largest speaker in this series, the GTC88, all Adam Audio speakers share a tweeter based on Oskar Heilâ€™s unique Air Motion Transformer.
WSDG Home Theater Design A properly designed home theater will not only provide the stunning images, hair raising sound and perfectly balance acoustics of any award winning commercial cinemas but it will create a space that will allow movie viewers to feel as if they are part of the story, while achieving all architectural and interior design expectations.
A SPACE TO SEE, HEAR AND FEEL The goal was to turn it into a home theatre where family and friends could share a relaxed meal, movie, or music. Special care was taken for the lighting design and the full controlled and dimmerable system have a great impact on the architectural and acoustical elements installed.
WSDG Stretched Fabric Treatments
Applying stretched fabric in front of loudspeakers is a widely used practice to optically hide the speaker enclosures and therefore increasing the aesthetics of a given space. In some applications, acoustical elements (such as absorbers or diffusers) are also covered up for aesthetical reasons.
CANYON RANCH LIVING The first of its kind, this spectacular Miami Beach boutique hotel combines the flexibility of Ă la carte hotel services with many of the limitless healthy choices of acclaimed Canyon Ranch health resorts. A feast for your senses, Canyon Ranch Hotel & Spa in Miami Beach offers inspiring healthy living opportunities in a stunning luxury hotel setting â€“ plus easy access to everything an exciting city has to offer.
The Lectric II is an extruded aluminum ceiling flush mount motorized screen, suitable for air handling spaces, and designed for use with all self-supported screen surfaces. This design accommodates additional leader lengths, includes a built in ceiling trim kit and an easy screen mounting internal sliding bracket system.