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Antonette Serafin | 2015 - 2018

PORT FOLIO


intro Born and raised in Philippines, I moved to America with my two sisters when I was nine years old. Eleven years later, I graduated from Texas A&M University College Station with my bachelor’s degree in Environmental Design. In the future, I hope to become a licensed architect and find my role in the built environment. Lover of Game of Thrones, yoga, and video games.

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contents

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FUTURE HEB Fall 2015

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SOUNDS OF NY Fall 2017

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ERV/A Spring 2018

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SoNoVa HUB Spring 2018


H-E-B 2050 with Rajvi Patel, Niloo Hosseini, Amanda Skluzacek, Ian Santschi Fall 2015

The future HEB project was a team project which required us to design a grocery store of the future where the pillars of “food, body, life� is respected and emphasized. Our group was free to choose the setting in which the building could be built; any site in Texas or Mexico set in whichever year we wanted to design for. We chose a site in a mostly residential area in Dallas and adopted the main concept of having two different approaches to the community: one to the suburban lifestyle and another to the quick-stop style of urban life.

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Shopping.

Simplified.

Send Basket to Checkout

After shopping, just press a button to send your cart to your parking spot.

Automatic Basket Delivery The baskets will be sent to your designated parking spot.

Take your Baskets

Insert your ticket card at the basket shaft to open the door and place the groceries in your car.

As a way to look to the future and simplify the shopping process, shopping carts are no longer necessary to use. With touch screen interactions, robotic assembly, and automated basket delivery to do the hard part, shoppers can opt out of pushing a cart and go shopping hands free.

Choose Cart or SmartBasket

Assembly

Choose whether you want to shop with a shopping cart or a SmartBasket. If you choose SmartBasket, take a ticket card.

Robots will gather and assemble your products in storage as you shop.

Start Shopping

Swipe your ticket card located at the end of every aisle to purchase products from that aisle. You may also access your HEB account by syncing your device.

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1st floor plan | nts

2nd floor plan | nts

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opportunity and constraints

site plan

circulation diagram

flow diagram

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F A L L 2 0 1 5

wall detail | nts

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SOUNDS OF NEW YORK:

a music library for West Chelsea with Michael Villarreal | Fall 2017

This project was to design an art library for the Meatpacking District in West Chelsea, New York. Because the site was next to the Highline, we had to observe strict zoning restrictions which dictated much of the building’s elevation. However, these parameters turned into opportunity when we started thinking about relating the art library concept with music. With this theme, we were able to develop the form and overall design into one that evoked music for the user and one that acommodated music within the building. A major design focus was a central free-stranding structure that allows people to walk through and interact with the shelves and records on display.

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long section

model photos

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short section

wall detail nts

renderings

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1st floor | 1/64” = 1’-0”

4th floor

live load column beam (nts)

2nd floor

3rd floor

5th floor

6th floor

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THEME

MULTI-PURPOSE MUSIC CENTER WEST CHELSEA, NEW YORK CITY

CLASSROOM

DUAL-EDUCATION

INSTRUCTIONAL LESSONS

COMMUNITY

SOCIAL ART FORM MUTAL ARTISTIC & EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITES

parti opportunity diagram and constraints

site plan circulation diagram

LIBRARY

SOILD WALL CORE

LIBRARY BECOMES HEART OF THE FORM

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Structure

structural section

column chart

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F A L L 2 0 1 7

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ERV/A:

CAMPUS TRANSIT + AIDE with PK Carlton, Jr, Lt. Gen. Former Surgeon General of USAF MD, FACS Managing Member, PKConcepts, LLC

Spring 2018

College campuses around the nation have seen mass casualty tragedies throughout the years. When this happens, universities need to be better equipped to respond to emergencies. This two-week project’s concept was to design a dual-function transit bus that serves as both passenger transport and a mass patient ambulance which can become a possible solution to the problem of campus emergency readiness.

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section | nts transformation

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closed position

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3

opened panel

stretcher loading

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window cover


• Radio communication • Ambulance lights turn on in emergencies •Storage space within floor for stretchers • First Aid and Trauma Kits • Hinged panels at the curb side of bus • Fitted for easy stretcher loading • Collapsible seats

S P R I N G 2 0 1 8

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SoNoVa HUB with Jennifer Hernandez Spring 2018

This project for Kaiser Permanente was for a Medical Office Building located in Woodbridge, Virginia. The site is located in a largely residential area and came with building restrictions such as wetland perservation requirements, a 75’ height restriction, and buffer zones. Along with an extensive program list that stated space requirements and adjacencies, the project also came with the expectation that Kaiser Permanente branding, goals, and ideas are implemented and successfully integrated within the building.

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LE RD

IL NIEV MIN

SOUTHERN O AK

SITE + MAIN ACCESS

respond to existing entrance

Y WA

CATON HILL RD

open community “backyard”

D

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IL NIEV MIN

Y WA

SOUTHE

parti CATON HILL RD

enclose + modularize D

LE R

IL NIEV MIN

Y WA

SOUTHE

RN OA K

WOODS TO BE PERSERVED finalize

CATON HILL RD

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LE R

IL NIEV MIN

RN OA K

EXISTING AXIS Y WA

SOUTHE

site analysis

RN OA K

BUFFER ZONES

CATON HILL RD

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40%

30%

car traffic pedestrian traffic ambulance truck access

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A

A

B

basement

1st floor

Circulation

Public & Administrative

Building Services

Mechanical/Electrical

Diagnostic & Treatment

Outpatient Clinics

2nd floor

floor plans | nts

section A-A | nts

[

park trails

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[

living room hub

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grand stair and atrium

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solar panels

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3rd floor

4th floor Staff Enclave

Exam Rooms

Circulation

Collab. Zone

Patient Alcove

Shared Support

module zoom | nts

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farmer’s market space

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farmer’s market space

detail B | nts

model picture

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S P R I N G lobby

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staff offices

stacking diagram

ORTHOPEDICS/PODIATRY & PHYS. THERAPY

SHELL SPACE SURGICAL SPECIALTIES

SURGERY ROOMS & PROCEDURE CENTER

MEDICAL SPECIALTIES

MEDICAL SPECIALTIES & INFUSION CENTER

PHARMACY

EMERGENCY/OBSERVATION & IMAGING

OPTOMETRY

MAIN MECH/ELEC & SUPPLY CHAIN

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“People ignore design that ignores people.� -Frank Chimero

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