Page 1

design portfolio


CRASH REFLECTION FARNSWORTH HANGARS SALT HEART

01 13 21 29 35 47


CRASH, a car museum the urban spectacle as a didactic tool


Located in the heart of Milwaukee’s bar scene, CRASH, a car Museum, embraces the sculptural nature of post-consumer vehicles and informs visitors of the potential danger of such a highly-craed tool.


liqu or li cen ses Adjacent to the heart of Milwaukee’s bar scene, the building seeks to educated the citizens of the “drunkest city of America” (Forbes Magazine), about the dangers of such a highly craed tool.


04 ped estr ian den sity

cras h ru nwa y al ignm ent


bo


Parallel to the street pedestrian and car traďŹƒc, the crash testing runway communicates a eeting moment of science through the visual of seeing a car speed up and the sound it makes in the distance as it crashes.


REFLECTION (The Jewish Museum) Historical model for Other Primary Structures exhibition


Replicating the original state of the museum for the exhibition titled Primary Structures, the model seeks to connect individuals with the artwork and space which held the museums most important exhibition.


18


FARNSWORTH house visitor center building as bridge to a delicate object


24

Crossing a a delicate stream onto an even more delicate object, object the elongated sturcutre connects visitors to Mies’s masterpiece and the ood levels that threaten it.


Embedded in the ground, the building emerges as a wall system in direct opposition to the Farnsworth House in material, stature and overall relationship to the water levels that inhabit the site.


28


HANGARS

one material as basis for repetition and deformation


Centered on contemporary mass production, the project uses a heavily produced & discarded item as a tool to create repetition and deformation. Critiquing in its appearance and process, an idealized parametric equation.


The SALT Institute shifting and puncturing to communicate innovation


24


6TH AVE.


7% “97% of children d and adolescents eat too much salt” -American Heart Association

20% “ 20% reduction of salt consumption by 2014” -NYC Halth Department

“On the sodium side, you’d expect that there would be a large investment in the noncompetitive researc” PepsiCo’s Senior Vice President of Global Health and Agriculture

38


40

PUBLIC “PRIVATE”

SULLIVAN ST.

PUBLIC “PRIVATE”

PUBLIC “PRIVATE”

PUBLIC “PRIVATE”

PUBLIC “PRIVATE”


44


46


HEART(young projects)

finding love in all the right places


ADJUSTABLE FEET REQUIRE 2” ADJUSTABILITY BY TAOCON

SIDE 2

POST HIDDEN BOTTOM OF POST MIN. 1” HIGHER THAN PLYWOOD SKIRT

SIDE 1

15" 2'-1016

7" 3'-816

3" 616

CUT APERTURE TO ALIGN WITH FRAMING MEMBER BEHIND (3.5”)

1" 32

1" 72

1011" 1011" 16 16

11"

SIDE 4

1" 72

SIDE 3 1" 816

1" 816

11"

ADJUSTABLE FEET REQUIRE 2” ADJUSTABILITY BY TAOCON

SIDE 2 5" 48

1" 3'-84

POST HIDDEN BOTTOM OF POST MIN. 1” HIGHER THAN PLYWOOD SKIRT

53" 8

1" 32

75" 8

45" 8

1" 68

1" 68

3" 2'-88

POST HIDDEN BOTTOM OF POST MIN. 1” HIGHER THAN PLYWOOD SKIRT

77 8"

11" 616

7" 3'-1016

SIDE 1

CUT APERTURE TO ALIGN WITH FRAMING MEMBER BEHIND (3.5”)

1" 32

7" 78

SIDE 4

10 9 " 16

5" 716

SIDE 3

ADJUSTABLE FEET REQUIRE 2” ADJUSTABILITY BY TAOCON

SIDE 2

2'-10 9 " 16 CUT APERTURE TO ALIGN WITH FRAMING MEMBER BEHIND (3.5”)

53" 8

SIDE 4 5" 716

611" 16

SIDE 1

9" 1016

SIDE 3 5" 78

3 " 10 3 " 1016 16

ADJUSTABLE FEET REQUIRE 2” ADJUSTABILITY BY TAOCON

SIDE 2

POST HIDDEN BOTTOM OF POST MIN. 1” HIGHER THAN PLYWOOD SKIRT

SIDE 1

3'-10 9 " 16

63" 16

2'-83 4" CUT APERTURE TO ALIGN WITH FRAMING MEMBER BEHIND (3.5”)

1" 32 1" 1'-04

115" 8

SIDE 4

3" 108

3" 108

115" 8

SIDE 3

11 1 " 11 1 " 16 16

1" 1'-04


50

Positioning all potential love matches on the same plane, the platforms adjust to the change in topography by revealing the underside of the platform while proejcting light to the sculture and to the ground.


ARIEL GONZÁLEZ MILLÁN

arielgomi@gmail.com / 507.261.2380 / arielgomi.com / 241 Taaffe Pl. Apt 104 Brooklyn, NY

EDUCATION

Expected Grad: 05/16

M.Arch Candidate 2016

RESEARCH

Parsons the New School for Design

Thurston Woods: Place, Stories & Identity:

2009/2013

Focused on understanding the worlds inhabited by residents of Thurston Woods, Milwaukee. This research used HABS architecture standards as a guide for recording spaces and oral histories of the nieghborhood. Faculty Advisor: Arijit Sen

Bachelor of Science in Architecture University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

WORK

01/14 - 03/14

Intern see portfolio

Aurelie Paradiso Design Constructed 3/4”=1’ historical model of the Jewish Museum for the exhibition titled: Other Primary Structures.

Intern see portfolio

Research Presentations Include: *Imagining America National Conference New York/NY *National Undergraduate Research Symposium. Lake Geneva/WI

05/13 - 08/13

McNair Scholar

01/14 - 02/14

Young Projects Designed and drafted corresponding shop drawings for art piece’s viewing platforms.

06/2011 - 8/2011

Research Technician

Analysis of an Existing Rain Water Harvesting System.

Center for Urban Initiatives & Research Supported a full-time researcher on the 2013 Tobacco Survey, exploring smoking habits in multi-family structures.

Teaching Assistant: Arc 280-Drawing

Empowered to improve Milwaukee’s water usage, this research focused on analyzing Wisconsin’s first commercial rain water harvesting system. Sponsored by the Urban Ecology Center. Faculty Advisor: Michael Utzinger

09/11 - 06/12

Research Presentations Include: *UC-Berkeley National Research Conference. Berkeley/California *2011 CIC/SROP Research Conference The Ohio State University/Columbus/OH

01/13 - 05/13

University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Assisted first-year undergraduate students with learning architectural drawing techniques and design. Responsible for grading the student’s work and providing critical feedback.

Design Assistant University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee School of Architecture & Urban Planning Designed interventions for homes by implementing sustainable materials, creating new facades and additions.

SERVICE

06/2012 - 8/2012

McNair Scholar

SOFTWARE

Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator/Indesign McNeel Rhinoceros Autodesk Autocad/Revit Google Sketchup

LANGUAGE

Native/High Proficiency: Spanish/English Colloquial: Italian

08/11-05/12

Campus Suitability Chair Emerging Green Builders 06/11-07/11

Volunteer: Design Assistant

Community Design Solutions Assited project managers during community design charretes

Ariel Gonzalez Millan Portfolio2014  
Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you