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A R C H I T E C T U R E

PORTFOLIO

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ANGEL SIDA, JR. SELECTION OF ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL WORK


ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO Angel Sida, Jr. .............................................................................................. University of Illinois at Chicago, 2008 - 2012 Bachelors of Science, Architecture California Licensure Candidate 773.563.0790 asida21@gmail.com


PROJECT INDEX 01

Sound Clouds ........................................................................................................

01-06

02

West Town ........................................................................................................

07-12

03

Crystal Street ........................................................................................................

13-14

04

Modern Ranch ........................................................................................................

15-16

05

Model -S ........................................................................................................

Performing Arts Center University of Illinois at Chicago, 2012 UIC School of Architecture Honorable Mention Award

Single Family Residence: Design Drawings Personal Project, 2015

Multi-Family Residence: New Construction Red Architects, 2015

Single-Family Residence: Remodel Tracy A. Stone Architect, 2018

Accessory Dwelling Unit Los Angeles, CA Yes to ADU Competition, 2018

17-18


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01

Sound Clouds Performing Arts Center Chicago, IL Prof. Kelly Blair Spring 2012

Entomology, the study of insects, can lead to interesting opportunities in architecture when paying close attention to insect behavior, anatomy and habitat. The concept of this project takes several grasshopper characteristics and applies them to the geometry, program, and site condition. The geometry in the plan is derived from the wing structure of a grasshopper that is then compressed by the site into five different clouds. Each cloud is assigned a different theater type based on the grasshopper’s ability to produce different sounds. The clouds are then separated by specific function but are joined at the center in a vertical foyer that provides a sense of openness with an inside outside threshold. Each individual cloud absorbs light differently. A cloud can either be a white box (natural light), black box (artificial light), or a gray box (dispersed natural light). The windows are camouflaged during the day, similar to grasshopper’s camouflage from predators. This approach gives the building a heavy mass appearance during the day, yet the technique of perching opens the site to a welcoming plaza. The building acts as a canopy to the ground, which sinks into a stepping process in reaction to the canopy. The mass touches the ground twice, similar to a grasshopper’s legs utilized as stilts to avoid the hot ground. Therefore, the plaza can be seen as the hot ground and full of activity, which serves as a multifunctional space for circulation, gathering, and an outdoor theater. Awards: UIC School of Architecture Honorable Mention

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SOUND CLOUDS


Grasshopper

Grasshopper Wing Structure

Site

Compressed Geometry

Nest

Halsted and Fulton Market

Stack

Peel

Site

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Geometry

Dissect

Perot Museum of Nature & Science

Extrude

Bolean Ruled Surface

Final Geometry

Cultivate

Performing Arts Center

Black Box

White Box

Grey Box

SOUND CLOUDS

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FULTON MARKET

H A L S T E D S T R E ET

DY

E KENN EXPY.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

2 1

8 3

9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Main Entrance Outdoor Theater/Plaza Lobby Tickey Hall Vertical Foyer Gift Shop Garment Storage Hallway Women Restroom Men Restroom Offices Main Theater Recording Studio Auditorium Performance Hall

Legend N

3

SOUND CLOUDS

Site Plan/ Ground Plan


Auditorium

Recording Studios

Main Theater

Vertical Foyer

Concert Hall

Outdoor Theater

White Box

Black Box

White Box

Black Box

Grey Box

14

7

13 6

5

5 12

4

15 8

9

10

11

Second Floor Plan

Third Floor Plan

SOUND CLOUDS

4


Section

Section

5

SOUND CLOUDS


Aerial Night View

Vertical Foyer

Main Theater SOUND CLOUDS

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02

West Town Single Family Residence Design Drawings Chicago, IL Personal Project, 2015

West Town is one of the many Chicago neighborhoods to undergo a development boom in recent years. It is now a common sighting to see more than 20+ new construction buildings on any given block. This project was influenced by the new contemporary homes in the area. The design consists of an open first floor layout with a total of 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. A central curtain wall atrium extends from the first to second floor to maximize sun exposure in Chicago’s infamous side yards. An enclosed patio overlooks the backyard and 2-car garage. The design also takes into account all zoning and building codes (F.A.R, front/side/rear setbacks, rear yard open space) for a future build out.

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WEST TOWN


N. H O N O R E S T.

ALLEY

NEW CONSTRUCTION

NEW CONSTRUCTION NEW CONSTRUCTION

NEW CONSTRUCTION

NEW CONSTRUCTION

NEW CONSTRUCTION

NEW CONSTRUCTION

SITE

NEW CONSTRUCTION

NEW CONSTRUCTION

NEW CONSTRUCTION

NEW CONSTRUCTION NEW CONSTRUCTION

PARK

NEW CONSTRUCTION

NEW CONSTRUCTION

NEW CONSTRUCTION

NEW CONSTRUCTION

Site Plan

A

125.00’ 25.00’

N. W O L C O T T A V E.

NEW CONSTRUCTION

B Rear Yard Garage

B

A

Roof Roof Access

Enlarged Site Plan WEST TOWN

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Family Room Bathroom Laundry Room Bedroom Study Room Storage Mechanical Room Entry Living Room Powder Room Terrace

1 2 3 4 5 6

22

7 8 9 10 11

Garage Plan

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

Pantry Kitchen Dining Room Rear Patio Hallway His & Hers Closet Master Bath Master Bedroom Roof Access Roof Deck Garage

Legend

21

20

Roof Plan

18 4

2

17

4

19

16 7

17

6

Second Floor Plan

12

11

14 15

9 10 13 8

First Floor Plan

4

3

2 1

5

6

Basement Plan

9

WEST TOWN

7


Kitchen/ Dining Room

Second Floor Hallway

Living Room WEST TOWN

10


Front Elevation

Rear Elevation

Garage Front Elevation

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WEST TOWN


Rear Patio

Roof Deck

Master Bedroom

Closest

Dining Room

Study Room

Storage

Storage

Mech. Room

Kitchen

Storage

Closest

Cl.

Mech. Room

Entry

Family Room

Section B-B WEST TOWN

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Crystal Steet Multi-Family Residence Chicago, IL Red Architects, 2015

This proposed new construction is a two-unit development of 5,000 s.f. located in the Wicker Park neighborhood of Chicago. The client’s two goals were to maximize the square footage and conceal the main entrance from the public. The adjacent alley provided the necessary means to accomplish this by removing the standard walkway leading to the rear of the property. This also allowed us to place the main entrance of the home on the East side of the property which simultaneously keeping the front free of any obstructions. The front facade (South elevation) includes floor to ceiling windows to capitalize on sun exposure during Chicago’s long winters. The open floor plan on the first and second floor allow the bedrooms to be either a duplex down into the basement or duplex up to the third floor. Each unit consist of 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths as well as access to the roof deck through interior or exterior stairs. Contributions: Schematic Design , Construction Documents, Project Administration, Visual Rendering

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CRYSTAL STREET


CRYSTAL STREET

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Modern Ranch Single-Family Residence Remodel Pasadena, CA Tracy A.Stone Architect, 2018

The classic ranch style home originated in the 1920s and is known for its long rectangular plan, pitched roof and low profile, usually single story. This 1951 California Ranch house is the subject of a remodel toward the new generation of ranch homes. New features have been added while still staying true to the original style such as the sliding doors at the rear patio, large glass windows, vaulted ceilings, gable roofs and asymmetrical design. The new features include a master suite with a spa-like bathroom and walk-in-closet, spacious kitchen, laundry room, in-home office space and an additional dwelling unit separated by an in-ground pool. Contributions: Schematic Design , Construction Documents, Project Administration, Visual Renderings, Construction Administration A A4.1

07.06

B A4.1

C A4.1

06.25

06.29

A A4.1

+800.53' T/ [E] Roof

06.16

+798.82' T/ [N] Roof

06.29

07.08

06.13

07.21

07.23

07.06

07.06

07.06 06.02

07.21 07.07 10

08

8'-71/2"

01

12"

18

12"

19

12"

+792.91' T/ Plate

06.13

11.06 07.14

15'-105/8"

09

20

19

21

03.43

2'

3'-6"

06.25

04

03.49

9'-115/8"

01

+785.49' First Floor

03.48

27

06.30

ADDITION

+782.94' [E] Grade

FUTURE POOL

[N] South Elevation

[N] North Elevation SCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"

0

4'

8'

SCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"

12'

0

4'

8'

12'

B A4.1

02.11 02.20

02.13

02.14

02.09

A A4.1

02.16

02.21

02.11 07.06

+799.88' T/ [E] Roof

06.02

07.06 02.16 02.09 12"

+793.66' B/ [E] Ceiling

02.15

11.01

02.09 02.18

02.09

12"

02.09

12"

02.14 02.07

02.20 06.07

02.10

02.17

02.14

02.06

02.13

02.09 02.20

02.15

+785.49' First Floor

[D] North Elevation SCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"

[D] South Elevation 0

4'

8'

SCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"

12'

A A A4.1 A4.1

07.06 07.06

02.19

02.13 02.02

0

4'

06.29 06.29

12'

B B A4.1 A4.1

C C A4.1 A4.1

06.25 06.25

8'

+800.53' T/ [E] Roof +800.53' T/ [E] Roof +798.82' T/ [N] Roof +798.82' T/ [N] Roof

06.16 06.16

A A A4.1 A4.1

06.29 06.29

07.08 07.08

06.13 06.13

07.21 07.21

07.23 07.23

07.06 07.06

07.06 07.06

07.06 07.06 07.21 07.21

08 08

01 01

8'-71/2" 8'-71/2"

06.13 06.13

3'-6" 3'-6"

2' 2'

SCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"

15 02.11 02.11

0 0

4' 4'

8' 8'

12" 12"

19 19

19 19

04 04

20 20

06.30 06.30

+782.94' [E] Grade +782.94' [E] Grade

FUTURE POOL FUTURE POOL

SCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"

0 0

4' 4'

8' 8'

12' 12'

B B A4.1 A4.1

02.13 02.13

02.14 02.14

02.09 02.09

02.21 02.21 07.06 07.06

A A A4.1 A4.1

02.16 02.16

+799.88' T/ [E] Roof +799.88' T/ [E] Roof

02.11 02.11

07.06 07.06 06.02 06.02

02.16 02.16 02.09 02.09

06.25 06.25

21 21

03.48 03.48

27 27

[N] South South Elevation Elevation [N] SCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"

02.20 02.20

12" 12"

11.06 11.06 07.14 07.14

03.43 03.43

12' 12'

MODERN RANCH

18 18

03.49 03.49

+785.49' First Floor +785.49' First Floor

ADDITION ADDITION

[N] North North Elevation Elevation [N] SCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"

12" 12"

+792.91' T/ Plate +792.91' T/ Plate

5/8" 9'-11 9'-115/8"

01 01

06.02 06.02

07.07 07.07

10 10

5/8" 15'-10 15'-105/8"

09 09

11.01 11.01

02.09 02.09 02.09

02.18 02.18

12"

02.09 02.09


Front Elevation

Living/Dining Room

E A4.2

03

02

07

W1

F

BATH #1 F

BATH #1

07

DINING ROOM

FAMILY ROOM

FAMILY ROOM

02.19

02.19

02.06

02.06

08

08

KITCHEN

MW F

02.11

WC

WET BAR

WET BAR

KITCHEN

W2

W2

OFFICE

12 A6.2

BREAKFAST NOOK

12 A6.2

08.06

08.06

BREAKFAST NOOK

BENCH

BENCH

MECH

03

D A4.1

02.29

06.23

D A4.1

4"

07

W6

07

W6

4" 607a

07a

ENTRY

05

04

07.14

2"

UTILITY RM.

03

02

01

06.23

04 MECH

CL.

02

02.18

BUILT-IN CABINET

MUD ROOM

CL. CL.

UTILITY RM.

DINING ROOM

DINING ROOM

20

20

ENTRY

01

08.06

H A4.2

08.06

MASTER BEDROOM

02.20

02.07

02.07

02.13

06.07

06.07

06.07

02.17

06.07

06.07

18

18

W3

08.32

[D] First Floor [D]Plan First Floor Plan 0 SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

2'

4'

0

2' 8'

4'

8'

PLAN NORTH

07.15

W7

15

08.16

07.14

07.14

08.13

08.16

08.13

08.16

13

GUEST BEDROOM

GUEST BEDROOM

08.30

07.16

08.30

C A4.1

E A4.2

C A4.1

E A4.2

F A4.2

F A4.2

STANDARD PARKING SPACE 8.5' x 18'

GARAGE

GARAGE

[E] SLOPE MIN. 1/8"/ FT

[E] SLOPE MIN. 1/8"/ FT

STANDARD PARKING SPACE 8.5' x 18'

STANDARD PARKING SPACE 8.5' x 18'

B A4.1

27

24

BROOM CL.

24

BROOM CL.

23 STORAGE

STORAGE

25

25

07.16

G A4.2

B A4.1

27

D

W.I.C.

LAUNDRY ROOM D

LAUNDRY ROOM

17

06.24

26

Irrigation Control

POWDER ROOM

Irrigation Control

POWDER ROOM

BEDROOM #2 W.I.C.

13

06.24

14

02.07

PLAN NORTH

W7

STANDARD PARKING SPACE 8.5' x 18'

23 11

26

W1

07.16

PLAN NORTH

15

5"

22

D

BEDROOM #2

W1

D

12

W1

12

BENCH

BATH #2

1'-3" min.

BEDROOM #1

11"

14

PLAN NORTH

07.15

16

BENCH

5"

MUD ROOM

18

16

22

BATH #2 13

BEDROOM #1

18

16

17

11 08.16

02.07

07.15

16

MUD ROOM

08.13

02.13

07.15

17

W1

15

W2

W2

13

1'-3" min.

W.I.C.

DN 2R@ 4.75"

11" 15

14

1'-3" min.

W1

02.07

W.I.C.

4"

4" BENCH

02.17

08.13

02.07

W1

4"

02.30

06.07

08.07

BENCH DN 2R@ 4.75"

W2

11 14

MASTER BATH 4"

W6

W6

02.08

GARAGE

10

GARAGE

10

02.08

STUDY

W2

W4

STUDY

11

HALLWAY

W2

W4

02.30

MASTER BATH

02.05

OFFICE

08.32

FIRE PLACE

17

HALLWAY

10 W2

12

1'-3" min.

02.05

12.02 08.07

10

W1

02.23

OFFICE

12.02

B A4.1

W1

02.23

BEDROOM #2

B A4.1

W

W

12

BEDROOM #2

W1

FIRE PLACE

W2

DR

DR

W2

02.13

W1

MASTER BEDROOM

W1

02.20

1'-3" min.

02.20

02.13

H A4.2

2"

19

1'-3" 1'-3" min. min.

02.20

19

W1

02.20

LIVING ROOM

1'-3" 1'-3" min.W1min.

02.06

W1

02.06

02.22

1'-3" min.

02.07

LIVING ROOM

09

W3

02.22

W3

BATH #2

W3

08

08 02.05

09

09 02.29

02.05

W5

BATH #2

W6

02.20

02.05

09

W5

BUILT-IN CABINET

BUILT-IN CABINET

02.29

02.07

02.05

W6

BEDROOM #1

PLAY ROOM

W5

BEDROOM #1

PLAY ROOM

W5

02.21

BATH #1

W5

02.21

BATH #1

W5

02.20

W1

02.13

02.20

A A4.1

CABINET

W1

02.13

A A4.1

6

MUD ROOM

2" CABINET

06.23

07.14

2"

19

CL.

05

19

07.14

W1

06

ELECT.

07.14

W1

06

ELECT.

06.07

W6

02.29

02.04 BUILT-IN CABINET

06.07

02.05 02.18

05 06.23

C A4.1

KITCHEN 02.05

02.04

C A4.1

A A4.1

W6

02.20

DW

DW

02.20

K A2.6

W1

02.03

KITCHEN

A A4.1

W1

02.20 06.07

02.03

K A2.6

5.5"

21

05

02.20 06.07

07.14

5.5"

21

01

OFFICE

02.30

07.01

07.14

F

F

02.30

WC

MW

LIVING ROOM 01

LIVING ROOM

RG

PANTRY

W1

02.11

07.01

W5

RG Trash

Trash DW

F

DINING ROOM

PANTRY

1'-3" 1'-3" min. min.

W1

1'-3" 1'-3" min. min.

W5

03

DW

04

02

04

02.08

G A4.2

W7

02.07

02.08

G A4.2

08.31

W1

02.07

02.07

F A4.2

W5

02.10

02.07

F A4.2

W5

02.10

02.06

E A4.2

08.31

07.14

07.16

G A4.2

06.24

06.24

07.16

07.16

W7

02.06

07.14

H A4.2

H A4.2

[N] Floor Plan [N] Floor Plan 2' SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"SCALE: 1/4"0 = 1'-0"

4'

0

2' 8'

4'

8'

MODERN RANCH

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Model - S Accessory Dwelling Unit Los Angeles, CA Yes to ADU Competition, 2018

In an effort to efficiently design an accessory dwelling unit, one must consider minimizing the unused space while keeping the lot coverage to a minimum. Model-S addresses this by shaping the ADU to take advantage of unused space around the shell of the car, for utilities and livable space. Since a room’s function has a direct relationship to its privacy and density, the ceiling heights in this ADU are organized per function. The carport is designed with a high ceiling to serve as a versatile space once placed on a different lot. This design is achieved with a split-level plan that directly expresses function on the exterior as a sculptural form. The exterior siding and interior hardwood floor are made from reclaimed wood to assist in reducing the construction cost. The exterior walls are constructed with a ‘smart wall’ system such as Pacific Homes prefabricated walls. This system allows for faster construction, cheaper on-site labor and better R-value compared to a conventional 2x6 wall.

Low Density

High Density

Private

Public

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MODEL-S

+

= Minimize Unused Space

Organization per Function


01

27

A

26

LIVING ROOM 137 s.f. 10’-0” ceiling

BEDROOM 115 s.f. 8’-0” ceiling

UP

B DW

01

KITCHEN 112 s.f. 10’-0” ceiling

27

A

B

B ATH 39 s.f. 7’-0” ceiling

W/D W

26

DN

F

A

19

LIVING ROOM 137 s.f. 10’-0” ceiling

Floor Plan

BEDROOM 115 s.f. 8’-0” ceiling

UP

B DW

KITCHEN 112 s.f. 10’-0” ceiling

04

B

B ATH 39 s.f. 7’-0” ceiling

W/D W

01

+20.16'

02 03

DN

F

05 06

05

WASHER

BATH

06

A KITCHEN

19 PL

DRYER 01

+9.88'

14

+8.87' 07

08 13

Living Room

07

08

11

CARPORT

GARAGE

16

15 09

10 04

01

±0.00' 02

+20.16'

03

05 06 05

BATH

06

WASHER

KITCHEN PL

DRYER 01 14

+9.88' +8.87'

07

08 13

07

08

CARPORT

11

GARAGE

16

15 09

10

±0.00'

Section B-B 6'

20'

9' 5'-6"

PL = 120.00'

42” high metal guardrail

Class A modified bitumen roofing

15

Metal tube stringer

02

2x sleepers slope for roof drainage

16

Metal stair treads

03

Aluminum fascia

17

Double paned windows

04

2x10 roof joist with R-30 insulation

18

Aluminum cladded corner post

05

Reclaimed wood rainscreen siding at second floor (Typ.)

19

2x2 vertical wood louver

06

2x6 prefabricated walls (R-41)

20

1x2 wood cladding at ceiling

07

1 hr. floor assembly. 2x10 floor joist @ 16” O.C. with R-30 insulation

21

1x10 horizontal wood plank fence

08

Utility room (above nose of car)

22

1x6 horizontal wood plank fence

09

5” concrete slab on grade. Slope 1/8”/ft to alley

23

Aluminum glass (frosted) sectional door

10

4” concrete curb

24

Pervious concrete pavers

11

6x10 wood beam

25

Line of ADU above

12

7/8” stucco over metal lath and building paper at first floor (Typ.)

26

Reclaimed hardwood flooring (el: +9.88’)

13

2x6 floor joist @ 16” o.c.

27

Reclaimed hardwood flooring (el: +8.87’)

14

42” high metal guardrail

5'

14

01

20'

PL = 120.00'

PL = 70.00' ALLEY

PL = 70.00'

STREET

8'-9"

EXISTING HOUSE

MODEL-S

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