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ANDREW H. H. LEE

Ryerson University DAS - B. Arch. Sci 2019


University of Toronto John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design

RECIPROCAL POINTS

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ARTIFACTUAL GUIDE

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A Ryerson Architectural Science Building Extension

A Museum in Toronto’s Old Parliament

DOMESTIC CODE

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A Duplex in Corktown

URBAN REVIVAL

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A Cultural Centre in Oslo Harbor

CATALANIC PRINT

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A Heritage Tectonic Experiment

STUDENTDWELLTO

50 Research Assistant work with Dr. Shelagh McCartney

PROFESSIONAL WORKS

52 Work at Bjarke Ingels Group, Henning Larsen Architects, MVRDV

EXTENDED WORKS Other Projects

Master of Architecture (Professional) Application Number: 201910454421

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RECIPROCAL POINTS

A Ryerson Architectural Science Building Extension

Reciprocal Points imagines a new form of urban intensification to deal with rapidly gentrifying cities. Rathering than promoting the idea of urban sprawl, the project focuses on engaging with the exisitng building properties as a way of embracing future development. At first, the new extension focuses on the structural organization and elements of the existing building. These structural elements include the core, the shear walls, and the columns. It then investigates on the spatial opportunities of the new extension, and how it can complement both the new proposal and the existing building.


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Developability 10-20 Floors 5-10 Floors 2-3 Floors 1-2 Floors Cannot be Developed

Building Typology Commerical Residential Health Care Heritage Government

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CURRENT BUILDING HEIGHT VS FLOOR SPACE INDEX (FSI) By overlaying current building height and floor space index (FSI) of the Greater Toronto Area, it is found that some areas of Toronto could be further developed for increased efficiency, but can’t be achieved due to the client’s lack of budget

ZONING BY LAW VS BUILDING TYPOLOGY By overlaying current building typology and the zoning by-law, it is found that some of the buildings tectonically cannot be further developed because of historic regulations. Such buildings include, townhouses, retail stores, landmarks among others. Other properties including healthcare buildings and government buildings are also restricted by regulations.


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INSPIRATION Inspired by SuperStudio’s The Continuous Monument and Cedric Price’s Fun Palace manifesto, the goal of the extension aims to provide the basic needs of the typological program, open floor plan where the structure and core becomes the connective spine between the old and new.

CASE STUDY: RYERSON ARCHITECTURE BUILDING The proposed Ryerson Architecture Building Extension conducts an investigation into methods of conserving the existing building. Architectural elements/spatialities such as the core, the column, the atrium, and the facade form the connective tissue which links to the existing building.


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HISTORY

CURRENT ISSUES

The architecture program of Ryerson University were always seen as a secondary program in that its permanent home was always in flux. Since 1790 and until the fire in 1977, the program was constantly relocating. A fire that ravaged the architecture building forced the institution to temporarily move into a new home for the architecture program in May of 1981. In 1987, Ronald Thom designed the current building for the Ryerson Department of Architectural Science.

Many of the Architecture students at Ryerson University claim they have “sick building syndrome”, a syndrome that affects the individual’s productivity and mental wellbeing. This is caused by the lack of 1. natural ventilation, 2. daylight, 3. noise and 4. compact studio space.

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Dedicate the Southern rooms to the building science and project management classes, the west room as lecture hall

Dedicate the Northern room for fourth year architecture studio

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Dedicate the Southwest corner room to the architecture elective class, Northern rooms for first and second year Masters Studio

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Dedicate entire floor for third year architecture studio

REPROGRAM Many of the current classrooms in the building serve as multipurpose rooms, where other faculties can host classes. These faculties include biology, criminology, mathematics, and physics. The reprograming of the current architecture building is needed in order to “rededicate” its use & purpose for the architecture program.


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** Collected program data from Harvard GSD, Columbia GSAPP, TU Delft, UofT Daniels

General Program

Studio Program

Ryerson General Program

Ryerson Studio Program

MISSING PROGRAM In comparison to other architecture school, such as Harvard GSD, Columbia GSAPP, Yale SOA, & University of Toronto Daniels Building, the current Ryerson Architecture program is missing studio space, private critique space, photography room, storage room, cafe, book shop and many more.

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STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS Existing section of the Ryerson Architecture Building exploring the structural elements bridging the old and the new extension. These elements include, the shear wall, the core, the columns and the facade.

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CONNECTIVE ATRIUM & CORE STUDIES Initial studies investigated methods of merging the old and new artria in the goal of bringing more natural daylight to the studio space. Secondary studies explore methods of connecting the old and new cores while respecting the original design of Ron Thom.

1. Relocate existing mechanical room 2. Excavate existing concrete column cover & atrium void 3. Extend existing hydraulic elevator shaft

4. Connect new steel trusses to existing I beam with steel angle plate

CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE


PROGRAM Program breakdown of the new extension. After repurposing the architecture studio space to the existing building, it is found that there is a lack of studio space for the first, second and the second year in the gradute architecture stream.


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South section showcasing the connective elements of the old Ryerson architecture building and the new extension: the core and the atrium. With the extended atrium, it highlights one of Ronald Thom’s key design intentions of the current Ryerson Architecture Building once as stated in an interview: to connect the students/users between the floors.


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First Year Studio Private Critique Space Library Elevator Universal Washroom Library Reading Space Library Social Space Atrium Existing Mechanical Room Outdoor Viewing Area Bleacher Seating Second Year Master Studio (M.Arch I) Accessible Terrace Existing Fire Exit


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Interior Skylight Wood Cedar Concrete Structure

Thomas J. Bata Library Centralized Feature Stairs Thomas J. Bata Library

Corduroy Concrete

Corduroy Concrete

Trent University Trent University

Ron Thom Materiality Analysis

Corduroy Facade Detail

MATERIALITY Materiality of the new extension seeks to follow the material selection of Ronald Thom’s Ryerson Architecture Building as well as other projects. These materials include corduroy concrete, hammer brushed concrete, and cedar floor tiles.

Extended core serves as a private studio critique and year end show exhibition space. Ribbon windows are added in order to provide natural daylight to the interior space.


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ACCESSIBILITY East section showcasing the connective element of the old Ryerson architecture building and the new extension: the core, the concrete shaft and the hydraulic elevator.

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ARTIFACTUAL GUIDE

A Museum in Toronto’s Old Parliament

271 Front Street East in Toronto has a rich heritage background, but one that is not apparent at a cursory glance due to Toronto’s affinity for urban renewal. Former occupants of the site include the First and Second Parliament Buildings and a municipal jail. This resulted in remnants of the historical structures embedded within the soil. This project investigates how a structure can reflect the stories of the past through the user’s circulation experience


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Artifactual Guide

First Parliament Building

First Parliament Building First Parliament Building

Second Parliament Building

Town Blockhouse

Unidentified outbuildings

Town Blockhouse

Unidentified outbuildings

Trench 1

Former Automotive Centre

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Trench 2 Car Wash

Home District Gaol

Old Home District Gaol and Consumers’ Gas Coal & Coke Sheds

First Parliament Building, 1797

Blockhouse, 1799

Second Parliament Building, 1819

Home District Gaol, 1838

Consumers’ Gas Company

a. mulberry floware rim sherd b. Body sherd c. Blue transfer-printed d. Yellow slip e. Banded f. Glassy black slip

Consumers’ Gas Station, 1884

Car Wash, 1964

Photo of the remainent (research report from ERA Architects)

HISTORICAL EVENTS Investigating the site development since 1795, it can be concluded that the remains are hidden 1.2 meters beneath the top soil. Remnants from the First and Second Parliament Buildings, and the Home District Gaol that were destroyed include concrete foundation and footing, bricks piers, mulberry floware rim sherd, and glassy black slip.

Remainent breakdown

Locate & Identify remainent material ( 1.2m below grade )

LOCATING REMAINENTS Research found on the layering order and the location of the remnants with respect to the site and the property line


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MASSING STUDIES Historical remnants and the timeline of the events influencing the circulation of the building

Exhibition Visitors 1 Remains from the First Parliament Building, 1795-1797 2 Remains from the Blockhouse, 1799-1812 3 Remains from Second Parliament Building, 1815-1824 4 Remains from Second Parliament Building & Home 5 District Gaol, 1837-1840 6 Reception & Coat Room 7 Exhibition of the Home District Gaol from 1860 - 1866 8 Exhibition of the Consumer’s Gas Station from 1879 9 Exhibition of the Former Automotive Centre Car Wash from 2000 10 Exhibition of the Parliament site at 2010 11 Exhibition of the Parliament site in the future 12 Art & Craft workshop 13 Giftshop Artists 1 Art & Sculpture preparation 2 Artists’ Office 3 Studio Workshop Exhibition Employees 1 Lobby & Meeting Lounge 2 Office Multipurpose 1 Resource Centre 2 Temporary Exhibition 3 Media Room 4 Cafe

Users Flow Diagram


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01. Relink Heritage

Artifactual Guide

02. Define Circulation

03. Floor Space Index

04. Building Code & Zoning by Law

Blockhouse (1799) budder’s trench concrete footing

Underground exhibition showcasing the concrete pads and footing remnants of the Second Parliament Building (1819)

05. Sculping & Refining Geometry


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First Parliament Building Remainent Consumer Gas Station Remainent Gift Shop Artists Workshop Multipurpose Room Reception Administration Office Storage Room Senior Community Room Washroom Mechanical/Electrical Room

BENEATH THE SOIL Artificial lights are only placed in locations where the Second Parliament Buildings was located. This resulted in an overall dark exhibition space, making the users feel as if they are learning the history of the site beneath the soil.


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War of 1812 Gallery, double height space connects both exhibition floors where large artwork can be displayed

Continuous with the idea of the exhibition being revealed with respect to the timeline of the site, the first level will exhibit the site from the Second Parliament Building and the Consumer’s Gas Station (1815 - 1879), while the second level will exhibit the site from Home District Gaol (1900 - 2000).


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Former Automotive Car Wash Exhibition 2 Digital Media Room 3 Municipal Government Office 4 War of 1812 gallery 5 Federal Government Office 6 Washroom 7 Reception 8 Janitor Room 9 Storage Room 10 Future of Toronto Exhibition


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DOMESTIC CODE

A Duplex in Corktown

Toronto Victorian Housing was popular between 1875 and 1890 and commonly houses the city’s middle class residents. The style is most often represented as semis or row houses, standing two and a half storeys tall on narrow lots. Situated at the intersection of Sumach St and King St W, this duplex aims to abstractively express the Corktown Victoria houses’ characteristics on the interior space while maintaining a contemporary exterior facade, mimicking the future housing development of the Corktown neighbourhood such as the adjacent River City complex.


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CORKTOWN 1875 - 1950 Corktown was originally founded by working class immigrants in the early 1800s. Houses were built for the intention of temporary immigrant settlement rather than permanent large families.

Corktown, Toronto

CORKTOWN VICTORIAN HOUSE In conducting research about Corktown Victorian House, it is found that average housing lot size is 90m2. The size of the lot and the building was intended to house only two to three families of four. Now the sites house multiple large families.

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BEDROOM 2700mm x 3000mm

WASHROOM 2000mm x 3000mm

MASTER BEDROOM 3000mm x 5400mm

LIVING ROOM 3500mm x 5400mm

DINNING ROOM 4200mm x 5400mm

PROGRAM Given the tight site restriction of buildable area of 7500mm x 13500mm, program studies were conducted to optimize the most efficient layout. The area of each room type follows the average Corktown Victorian House.

OURDOOR SPACE Varies


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Bay Window of victorian house is located on the facade facing the main street in order to allow the users to capture the view of the surroundings

An Outdoor Deck is located on the west and south side of the victorian house where the entry is directly aligned with the central stairs

A spiral staircase is located near the core, creating a long Continuous Corridor, which allows for access to the rooms

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The Victorian house is surrounded by An Outdoor Deck where users can have easy access to the outdoor from different rooms

The Outdoor Deck is located all around the Victorian house supported by numerous columns

The central stairs located in the core creates A Long Continuous Corridor which connects to the bedrooms, kitchen, and balconies

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Main public feature stairs that connects all the tenants within the house. However, the shape of the staircase varies between floors.

Main public feature stairs that connects all the tenants within the house. The shape of the staircase remains the same.

Main public feature stairs that connects all the tenants within the house. The shape of the staircase remains the same.

CORKTOWN VICTORIAN HOUSE INTERNAL LAYOUT STUDIES


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Domestic Code

The proposed duplex follows traditional Corktown Victorian House design characteristics including: 1. Wood frame construction 2. Main feature stairs to connect to all floors 3. Longitudinal hallway that connects to all rooms 4. Bay window facing the main street (Sumach Street)


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Living Room Dining Room Storag Room Coat Room Washroom Bedroom Master Bedroom Laundry Room Tenant Shared Stairs Outdoor Social Space Ground Floor Retail Landscape Tenant Entrance Tenant Parking Space


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The interior of the duplex emphasizes the wood frame construction with the wood joists exposed in the ceiling. The dining room extends out into the balcony allowing the tenant to expand the floor space in the event of a large social gathering.

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B Typ. Exterior Wall Assembly - 1” shiplap wood siding,3/4” wood flurring,1” rigid insulation,air/vapor barrier,1/2” plywood sheathing,2”x6” stud wall with batt insulation,1/2” gypsum wall board

Typ. Floor Assembly - 1” hardwood floor finish, 2” spacer, radiant floor heating system, 1/4” plywood subfloor, 2”x8” joists, batt insulation, 1/2” plywood sheathing, air/vapor barrier, 1” rigid insulation, 1/2” gypsum finished white


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URBAN REVIVAL

A Cultural Centre in Oslo Harbor

It is projected that 50% of the automobile population will be replaced with bicycle by 2050 in Norway, raising the question: what happens with the unused and unappealing parking lot in the Oslo harbour front? Urban Revival intends to bring back the original 1800 Oslo Waterway masterplan. Using the future empty parking lots, it serves as an experiment on how to bring the waterway into the city core. The proposed cultural centre in an empty parking lot is a monolithic structure that evokes with the site, the gouging of the land that resulted in the original creation of the fjords. The design ushers the fjords to the site through a channel of running water, slicing through the land in unison with the building. Drawing the water towards the building as a micro-refinement in the waterfront, provides a prototypical solution to the discontinuity between the city of Oslo and the water. Simultaneously, this creates a cultural archipelago. From Afar, the monolithic exterior is a response to the strong form and materiality of the immediate context of Akershus and the Norwegian headland upon which the building sits, while the concealed wood throughout the project offers a more classic reprisal of Nordic spaces.


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1800 PROPOSED URBAN GRID

1800 PROPOSED WATERWAY PLAN

1857 GREEN CITY

1834 PROPOSED WATERWAY PLAN

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URBAN PLANNING PROPOSAL & CURRENT Research was conducted on the urban and geographical aspects of Oslo. It was discovered that the waterways were one of the key natural elements in the 1800 and 1835 urban planning proposals. However, the elements were lost in that Oslo was only developed as a land-based Green City as shown in the 1857 Oslo city masterplan.


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FUTURE CITY SUSTAINABILITY PLAN COMPLIANCE “The Blue and The Green, The City in Between� is a future urban sustainability plan that is currently guiding the development of Oslo. The proposal promotes the idea of planting more vegetation near the water and creating a green belt plan near the harbourfront. These spaces also act as urban social spaces where special events are held. These events include Oslo Christmas Market, Oslo City Walks, and Norway Constitution Day Parade.

RESTITCHING THE WATER AND THE URBAN FABRIC The proposal of the cultural centre seeks to reintroduce the waterway master plan, using the architecture and the landscape as an approach to connect the waterway to the site and further into the city core.

UNUSED PARKING LOTS FOR NEW BUILDING TYPOLOGY According to group research, a series of parking lots and abondoned buildings are plotted overtop the urban map of Oslo to find the maximum development potential of the area without creating a negative social impact to the immediate neighbourhood.


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EXISTING WATERFRONT Existing waterfront at the Southern part of Oslo. Each contour line represents 1 meter difference in height.

CARVING LAND Excavation of the land of the parking lot property. Location of the column respects the structure as well as the existing site geometry.

STRUCTURE Inspiration and precedent studies are drawn from the traditional Thailand waterhouse. Structural columns are placed throughout the water to support the building.

PROPOSED CULTURAL CENTRE Finally, the propsed cultural centre sits on top of the water. The next step of the urban revival is to integrate the waterway into the city core.

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Landmark

FORM FINDING

Opera House

Program Mass


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The massing of the cultural centre seeks to split the geometry to create openings. These openings then suggest the future direction of the waterway that penetrates through the city of Oslo. The direction of the waterway is influenced by the major areas of the Oslo, such as the port, Sentrum, and Stortinget


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Section cutting through the waterway. Bridges are added as a way to bring the users to the building. Bleachers are implemented as a social space, bringing the people closer to the water.


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Reading/cafe stepping space Library Auditorium Office Auditorium Control Room Performance Stage Office Stairs Bridge

Interior of the auditorium follows the architectural language of the exterior, wavy acoustic panels follows the wavy panelized fibreglass reinforced polymer facade


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Fibreglass Reinforced Polymer Facade Detail 1. Green Roof Assembly Norwegian Stave Art Spruce Mould Pattern

Gravel, Vegetation, Planting Medium, Filter Fabric, Root Barrier, Water Retention Layer and Drainage Layer, Rigid Insulation, Drainage Space, Roof Membrane, Sloped Concrete, Topping, Concrete Structural Deck, Wood Covering

2. Wall Assembly Unitized Fibreglass Reinforced Polymer panel (150mm), Steel Track System, Vertical Structural Steel, Sprayed Foam Insulation, Gypsum Wallboard, Wood Covering Beyond

Typical Spruce Cladded Wall Assembly

3. Window/Opening Assembly

4. Typical Spruce Cladded Wall Assembly

Unitized Fibreglass Reinforced Polymer panel (150mm), Steel Track System, Exterior Double Glazing, Blackout Shade, Solar Shade, Wood Covering Beyond

Spruce Wood, Batten, Rigid Insulation, Vertical Structural Steel, Sprayed Foam Insulation, Gypsum Wallboard, Wood Covering Beyond


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CAFE

SOCIAL AREA

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UNITIZED FIBREGLASS REINFORCED POLYMER FACADE DETAIL


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CATALANIC PRINT

A heritage tectonic experiment

The concept behind Catalan Modernism was to break away from tradition and to provoke more thought than the traditional Baroque and Gothic styles the city was used to. This exercise is an investigation into the aesthetic, structural rationale and integration of Catalan, more specifically from Antoni Gaudi’s Sagrada La Familia. Using digital structural modelling software, such as grasshopper, weaverbird, kangaroo and tspline, the tectonical expression of Sagrada La Familia then translates into a 3” x 3” x 3” object.


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Point of Interest

Tree Branch Tree Leader Nave & Ambulatory

Tree Trunk

Twisting Geometry Logistics

A formal study examines the various elements of Antoni Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia. Elements such as number of columns, natural organic form (tree, flower and ocean), twisting shapes and catenary arches are implemented within the 3” x 3”x 3” object. The experimentation begins with the nave geometry and spatial ratio of Sagrada Familia. With the use of Kangaroo, a grasshopper plugin software, it calculates and generates the tensile and vertical structural support it requires in order for it to stand. Afterwards, a module of the columns and ornaments reflecting nature is applied within the geometry.

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Generative Nave & Ambulatory Principle of O.R=7.5, I.R=6.3

LOGIC A step-by-step process showcasing the development of the massing. After scripting the final form of the structual support, a module that mimics the natural aesthetic and structual form is then set as the parameter.

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StudentDwellTO

Wi nter 2 019, S uper v i s o r : Dr. S h el ag h M cC a r t n ey, Xime R o se n Extra c urri c ul ar - Res earc h A ss i stant ( 9 We e k s) PR ESEN T ED I N 2019 S TU D EN TDW ELLTO C O NF E R E NC E

StudentDWELLTO “StudentDwellTO: Not Your Mother’s Dorm Room”, investigates the evolution of student housing in the GTA between the 19th to 21st Century. The research paper argues that students who live within the campus perform better compared to those who live off-campus. However, the current housing market serves as a major challenge for students to live on or near campus where many affordable shared units are replaced by expensive single units. Throughout the course of the research, my main tasks comprised of studying evidence of this transformation, ranging from the existing housing infrastructure to future student housing proposals of universities within the GTA. The research included studying building amenities, unit types, areas and prices. In completion of the research paper, we were invited to present our findings at the annual StudentDwellTO Conference 2019. Below are the process works of the research I have conducted during the employment.

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Summe r 2017 P ro fe ssio nal - Te am Pro je ct ( Design Assistan t) Office - B jarke I ngels Grou p S tatus - D e sig n D eve lopmen t, Reboot

SPIRAL During my internship at Bjarke Ingels Group - BIG in New York, I was put on the Spiral project for the duration of my employment. Under the project architect and project leader’s supervision, I was asked to conduct design detailing studies and coordinate with the lighting, facade, and structural consultants. I was also asked to prepare an anchor tenant package which required the production of renders for the lobby entrance, office interior space, terraces as well as other presentation drawings.

Rendered by Bjarke Ingels Group


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Sp ring 2 018 P ro fe ss io nal - Te am Pro je c t ( Assistan t Design er ) Office - MVRDV Status - Sc he matic Design

PIXEL During my internship at MVRDV in Rotterdam, I worked on the schematic design submission for the Pixel project in Abu Dhabi. During the submission, my tasks comprised of creating all the reflected ceiling plans for towers 3,4 and 5, and updating floor plans and elevations according to the feedback from the partners and the clients. These tasks required me to work closely with the project architect and project leader.

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4.25

T27

CF07 - PAINTED CONCRETE CF08 - EXPOSED CONCRETE

T511

T312

CF04 - WHITE ACOUSTIC CEILING AT 8300 FROM FFL - LOBBY

CF05 - WHITE ACOUSTIC DROP CEILING - LOBBY & RESIDENTIAL CORRIDORS

RETAIL VOID

T311

T311

T31

T31

T511

T28

T28

4.25

+ 8600

BEDROOM 4.2M X 6.2M

12.75

T511

BEDROOM 3.9M X 4.3M

T311

T27

CF07 - PAINTED CONCRETE CF08 - EXPOSED CONCRETE

T511

T28

T511

T311

T26

CF02 - PLASTERBOARD DROP CEILING AT 2500 FROM FFL - WET ZONES / BATHROOM +2480

T312

CF04 - WHITE ACOUSTIC CEILING AT 8300 FROM FFL - LOBBY

43.07 m²

T25

T26 CF01 - CONCRETE CEILING PAINTED - RAL9010 WHITE +3280

CF02 - PLASTERBOARD DROP CEILING AT 2500 FROM FFL - WET ZONES / BATHROOM +2480

SSL (4900mm)

T3H

V

CF01 - CONCRETE CEILING PAINTED - RAL9010 WHITE +3280

F&B VOID

T3G

T25

T311

T311

T311

T311

2 BEDS

T34

access. men toilet

WATER METER CABINET

men toilet 10.84 m²

CHILLED WATER

ELECTICAL ROOM

+ 8600

DRAINAGE

IDF

GC

T310

T310

T36

T36

CHILLED WATER

TOILET 2.4M X 1.6M

T310 BEDROOM 3.5M X 3.5M TOILET 1.6M X 1.7M

GAS

Office

1BR-B 65.45 m²

8.50

GAS GAS

47.28 m²

T37

MAKERS VILLAGE

8.50

Tower 3, 1st floor plan

2.13 4.25

2 BEDS

2BR-C 114.92 m²

LIVING , DINING & KITCHEN 6.9M X 6.9M

T37

T3C

T3I

T3D

T3E

T3J

T3F

T3G

T3H

MAKERS VILLAGE

4.25

4.25

4.25

subject

ABU DHABI client

IMKAN Properties

2.13

IMKAN Properties

scale

scale

1 : 100

25.50

1 : 100

format

format

A1

date

date

02/03/2018

location

client

4.25

1 : 100

T3B

T38

location

4.25

format T3A

MAKERS VILLAGE ABU DHABI

2.13

A1

subject

T38

T38

scale

02/03/2018

T37

T37

BEDROOM 4.1M X 3.2M

client

IMKAN Properties

date T3H

TOILET 2.6M X 2.4M

LIVING , DINING & KITCHEN 8.2M X 5.7M

DISB UNIT 67.59 m²

ABU DHABI

scale

format

T3J

DRAINAGE

DRAINAGE

TOILET 1.8M X 1.6M

1 BEDS

IMKAN Properties

A1 T3I

GAS

location

1 : 100

25.50 T3A

DRAINAGE

KITCHEN EXHAUST

T36

T36

T38

client

8.50

MAID ROOM + TOILET 3.7M X 2.7M

GAS GAS

MAKERS VILLAGE

T38

location

ABU DHABI

8.50

DRAINAGE

T37

T38

T38

BEDROOM 3.7M X 4.1M

GC

KITCHEN EXHAUST

T37

68.72 m²

T35

T36

IDF

04

LIVING , DINING & KITCHEN 6.5M X 7.1M

Office

DRAINAGE

ELECTICAL ROOM

T34

T35

T35

GC LOBBY AIR DUCT

FHC

03

1 BEDS

DRAINAGE

Office 43.71 m²

TOILET 1.6M X 2.4M

MAKE UP AIR

T36 DRAINAGE

T38

BEDROOM 4.0M X 4.0M

SMOKE EXTRACT

05 CORR. SMOKE EXTRACT

KITCHEN EXHAUST

T33

T34

T34

TOILET 1.6M X 2.4M

SHAFT SPACE

01

SHAFT

BEDROOM 3.5M X 3.5M

STORAGE

02 GAS

T33

T33 TOILET 1.6M X 1.7M

FHC

MAKE UP AIR

TOILET 2.4M X 1.6M

DINING + KITCHEN 3.4M X 4.1M

GC LOBBY AIR DUCT

FHC

06

PASSENGER ELEVATOR

DRAINAGE

T35

T35

MAKE UP AIR

07

FIRE-MAN / PASSENGER ELEVATOR

OFFICE ELEVATOR SHAFT

2.13

3.16 m²

gc exhaust

Storage

TOILET 1.7M X 1.5M

DRAINAGE

TOILET 1.6M X 2.4M

BALCONY 1.3M X 3.1M

T35

CORR. SMOKE EXTRACT

PRESSURISATION SHAFT

Toilet

T310

DRAINAGE

STORAGE 1.7M X 1M

ST-B 51.49 m²

gc exhaust

8.50

LOBBY VOID

62.52 m² GAS

GAS

LIVING + BEDROOM 6.5M X 3.5M

STUDIO T34

25.50

SSL (4900mm)

+ 5000

Office

+ 8600 T33

SMOKE EXTRACT

4.25

T39

T34

T39

DRAINAGE

PASSENGER ELEVATOR

T31

T32

DRAINAGE

4.25

T33

T39

PRESSURISATION SHAFT

T33

FHC

MAKE UP AIR

FIRE-MAN / PASSENGER ELEVATOR

OFFICE ELEVATOR

WATER METER CABINET

STORAGE

Toilet

13.96 m² women toilet

GAS

KITCHEN EXHAUST

DRAINAGE

PRESSURISATION SHAFT

access. w. toilet

DRAINAGE

3.58 m²

DRAINAGE OFFICES

LIVING , DINING & KITCHEN 6.5M X 7.1M GAS

TOILET 1.6M X 2.8M

GAS

25.50

8.50

TOILET 1.6M X 1.9M

DRAINAGE

T32

T32

1BR-T3-S1 73.77 m²

MAID ROOM + TOILET 2.3M X 4.4M

KITCHEN EXHAUST

PRESSURISATION SHAFT

DRAINAGE

GAS

Storage

T39

1 BEDS

2BR-T3-S1 146.15 m²

LIVING + DINING + KITCHEN 6.3M X 8.2M

GAS

GAS

T31

T31

1BR-B 65.82 m²

T32

Office 60.83 m² GAS

4.25

1 BEDS

T32

Office 78.78 m²

LIVING + DINING + KITCHEN 4.6M X 9.6M

4.25

T32

Office 114.98 m²

BEDROOM 3.4M X 6.8M

TOILET 2.3M X 2.0M

T31

4.25

T31

DRAINAGE

4.25

4.25

TOILET 2.4M X 1.7M

+ 8600 T31

T3A

T3B

T3C

T3D

T3E

T3F

T3G

T3H

02/03/2018

A1 T3A

T3B

T3C

T3D

T3E

subject

T3F

T3G

T3H

date

02/03/2018 subject

LEVEL 01

RCP Tower3 Level01

LEVEL 02

RCP Tower3 Level02

drawing number 008-MVR-V01-ARC - DWG - 1302

drawing number 008-MVR-V01-ARC - DWG - 4301

drawing number 008-MVR-V01-ARC - DWG - 1303

drawing number 008-MVR-V01-ARC - DWG - 4302

Achterklooster 7 3011 RA Rotterdam +31 (0) 10 477 2860 www.mvrdv.com

Achterklooster 7 3011 RA Rotterdam +31 (0) 10 477 2860 www.mvrdv.com

Achterklooster 7 3011 RA Rotterdam +31 (0) 10 477 2860 www.mvrdv.com

Achterklooster 7 3011 RA Rotterdam +31 (0) 10 477 2860 www.mvrdv.com

Tower 3, 1st floor RCP

Tower 3, 2nd floor plan

Tower 3, 2nd floor RCP


Win ter 2018 Pro fe ssio nal - Team Project ( Assistan t Design er ) Of f ice - M V RDV Statu s - Sh or tlisted

STACK During my internship at MVRDV in Rotterdam, I worked on the Southbank by Beulah competition in Melbourne during the mid-interim phase. During my time working on the project, my tasks comprised of plinth, lobby and podium studies. These studies contributed to many of the main design decisions throughout the rest of project. Below are some of the drawings that I have contributed on.

Rendered by MVRDV

GF lobby plan

Tower mega section

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W i nte r 2 0 1 8 Profession al - Te am P ro j e ct ( C o m p e ti ti o n Inte rn A rchi te ct) Of fi ce - He nni ng Larse n A rchi te cts Status - F i nal i st

YOUNG CITY At the start of my competition internship at Henning Larsen Architects in Copenhagen, I helped with the Gdansk Young City masterplan team during the final submission phase. My tasks comprised of revising concept diagrams, designing the podium of the towers, and making the master plan site model with the model shop manager.

Rendered by Henning Larsen Architects

Drawn by Henning Larsen Architects

Drawn by Henning Larsen Architects


W i nte r 2 0 1 7 Profession al - Te am P ro j e ct ( C o m p e ti ti o n Inte rn A rchi te ct) Of fi ce - He nni ng Larse n A rchi te cts Status - F i nal i st

OPERA BASTILLE TRANSFORMATION During my competition internship at Henning Larsen Architects in Copenhagen, I worked on the Opera Bastille Competition from start to finish. Being the only intern on the project, my tasks comprised of digitally modelling the Opera Bastille complex as per the existing architectural drawings from Carlos Ott, modelling the new proposal, and assisting the project leader with consultant coordination. These consultants include scenographic, structural, mechanical and the local architect. During the final submission phase, I worked on all of the orthographic drawings, and concept diagrams.

Rendered by Henning Larsen Architects LE NOUVEAU FOYER / la mise en scène du cylindre emblématique LE NOUVEAU FOYER / la mise en scène du cylindre emblématique LE NOUVEAU FOYER / la mise en scène du cylindre emblématique L’EXTENSION DES ATELIERS / entre Artisanat et Nature

Compléter l’oeuvre d’origine

Trois cylindres, trois salles

Une complément en négatif de l’existant

Poursuivre la logique architecturale

Complete the original work

Three cylinder three rooms

A negative compliment to the existing

Continue the architectural logic

Auditorium Section


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EXTENDED WORKS...

POWER HOUSE Winte r 2 0 1 6 , C r itic: Mar ia Den egr i Acad e mic - I ndividu al ( 4 Weeks) ASC4 0 1 - D e si gn Stu dio III

O’KEEFE LANE RENEWAL Winte r 2 0 1 6 Co mp e titio n - Grou p Project . Jason Glion n a, Jo anna Oo n, An drew L ee ( 3 Weeks) Lo catio n: O’K eefe L an e, Toron to, Can ada

TORONTO MULTICULTU RAL CENTRE PT. II Winte r 2 0 1 7 , C r itic: Pau l F loreke, M ar k Cich y Acad e mic - Grou p Project . Steph en Ch u n , An drew L ee ( 5 We e ks ) ASC6 2 0 - I nte gration Stu dio II Lo catio n: Old Par liamen t, Toron to, Can ada


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RAVINIZATION Sp ri ng 2 0 1 8 , C ri ti c: G e ro g e K ap e lo s, She l ag h M cC a r t n ey A RC 7 2 0 - A rchi te cture S t u d i o A cad e m i c - G ro up P ro j e ct . A uri ane D ure t, Isab e l C o rd e ro , A nd rew Le e ( 4 Week s ) Lo cati o n: We sto n & M o unt D e nni s , To ro nto , C a n a d a

SCAFFOLD Sp ri ng 2 0 1 8 , C ri ti c: Baruch Z o n e A cad e m i c - Ind i vi d ual P ro j e ct ( 3 Week s ) A SC 8 5 6 - The Sm al l Bui l d i n g Lo cati o n: Fri ng e C l ub , Ho ng K o ng , C h i n a


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