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DESIGN WORK


1. 7. 11. Studio III

Studio III

Project: STEAM Middle School Design

Project: STEAM Middle School Design

Software: Revit/ Enscape

Software: Revit/ Enscape

Studio II Project: Multifunction building Software: Rhino/ Enscape


INFORMATION STUDIO III SOFTWARE: REVIT/ENSCAPE

JEFFERSON MIDDLE SCHOOL COLUMBIA, MO Group project of an existing school and develop hypothetical design proposals for the school creating more functional and visually appealing for learning. A new media center, reloca ted where the existing small gym is. This new location will enhance the school for both wayfinding, circulation purposes , and creating a core for the school. Contubution to design was: Formulating concept, form of Media Center, designing and modeling the Media Center. Together decisions were made and problem solving was done together.

CONCEPT

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2 Volume

Bend

Extract Void

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Form


BOOK SHELF/ WALL/ INDIVIDUAL LEARNING

NODE

NODE

NODE

NODE

ILAB

NODE

NODE

NODE

NODE

NODE

NODE

NODE

Breakout

Exit

Presentation/ study Breakout

Breakout

Enter Reception Desk

OAK WOOD FLOORING IN MAIN ‘VEIN’

SIT TING COVE

Breakout

Presentation

Shared Space

NODE

media c e n t e r

iLab

Shared Space:iLab

BREAKOUT LOUNGE

Breakout Lounge

Breakout

Shared Study

CONNECTION TO MAKER SPACE/ PRESENTATION BREAKOUT STUDY

PANEL SYSTEM DESIGN FOR SUN. WHITE BOAR/ BOOK SHELF SHARED LEARNING SPACE

LOBBY MAIN DESK

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6 4

10 8

SCALE: 1/16”= 1’

Reception desk

CARPET IN LEARNING SPACES

Main Office

site

Winter

Landscape

Spring Parking Summer

Fall

Vegitation After sun study, a panel system was designed from a leaf rubbinng.

Exterior Elevation of Panel


4 The intent of the design is to create a media center and maker space that enhances the STEAM curriculum. The design will have moveable furniture, a circulation that connects the two spaces, different types of environmetns for different types of learning, and learnable moments (exposed HVAC systems) that allow for learning. To do so, the study of the white oak leaf was done. A leaf has a stem that goes through the middle of the leaf, that then branches off to ‘pods’. While the form does not take the shape of a leaf, the spatial layout was inspired by the organic curves of a single leaf . There is a central circulation that breaks off into different learning ‘pods’, the organic curves from the leaf, textures, and colors will be driven throughout each space.

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Walk-through of Media Center.

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lea f The media center is one of the first things seen when entering the school. The intent of having a curved, curtain wall is to make the space more inviting, driving from the organic curves of a leaf. As one enters the space, they will be welcomed with the reception desk to the left, following the oak wood flooring that takes you through the STEAM center like the “vein� of the leaf. The media center includes a: shared learning space, open study breakout areas, an immersive lab, lounge space, and a presentation space. The design allows for the STEAM learning to take place.

Vertical circulation Horizontal circulation


6 LOWERED CEILING/LIGHT

LOWERED CUSTOM LIGHT CEILING HEIGHT: 13’6”

CEILING HEIGHT: 9’ 0”

WOOD PANELING WITH LINEAR CUSTOM LIGHTS ALONG CURVE

LOWERED CEILING/LIGHT

Ambient pendant lighting Hallway lighting iLab cannded light Custom down light Sprinkler

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RCP


INFORMATION STUDIO III SOFTWARE: REVIT JEFFERSON MIDDLE SCHOOL COLUMBIA, MO A group project designing an existing school and develop hypothetical design proposals for the school creating more functional and visually appealing for learning. A relocation of the Performing Arts Center to where the current media center is at the back of the school. The new location allows for better acoustics, circulation for after school activities and easy access to the Performing Arts Theatre. My contribution to this design was: Concept development, Performing Arts Center designing and model making.

CONCEPT

Harmony: a study of visualizing music through a harmonograph. 3D Digital harmonograph’s were essential in design decisions. From the forms, curves, and decisions on acoustical materials.

Practic

The intent of this design is to maximize the space, add an acoustical design, and incorporate the STEM curriculum with common areas more than just the performing arts students can use. Doing so by; using colors, textures of wood and form to create a sense of each space coming together as one with a feeling of calmness.

Band

Common

Storage

Teacher Offices

-balance -proportion -unity -coherence -correlation -blending

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BAND

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OFFICE


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Acoustic instrument storage. Shaw vinyl flooring.

Cedar wood acoustic paneling..

n Area Orchestra

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Cedar wood acoustic paneling..

A Shaw vinyl flooring. Adjacent Direct Access

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Red Shaw tile carpet..

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Change in flooring. Red Shaw tile carpet.

Room Schedule

ORCHESTRA

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Teacher’s Office

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Instrument Storage

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Band Room

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Common Area/Collab space

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Practice Rooms

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Orchestra Room SCALE: 1/16” = 1’

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Cedar wood paneling/ storage

PRACTICE


harmony

One of the most important components to the performing arts classrooms are the acoustics. Based on studies for band and orchestra rooms, each room has their own sound specifics. It is really important in the design for the room to have proper acoustics because of the lasting effects it can have on the students. The absorbtion coefficiant for rooms designed for music are 0.2 or less. The wall system designed allows for the absorbed and direct sound waves to go through the curves where they curve inward. The sound is absorbed into the acoustic insulation and refracted by the concreate wall. Concrete assist in the horizontal sound transfer. Band Room Wooden Panel Aluminum frame

Concrete Wall Absorbed Sound Rays Direct Sound Rays Indirect Reflected Sound Rays

Acoustic Insulation

Common Shared Space

Acoustical design for the band and orchestra class rooms. The intent of the acoustical system is to achieve the best acoustics in the classroom while not allowing outside noises into the rooms.


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Pendant Sprinklers Ceiling height: 13’6” Wooden baffle acoustical ceiling.

Ceiling height: 13’6” Acoustical ceiling title

Pendant Sprinklers Ceiling height: 9’0” Acoustical ceiling title.

Ceiling height: 13’6” Wooden baffle acoustical ceiling.

Lighting Symbols Eureka Halo Cycle Pendant Eureka Flare Ceiling Suspended

Eureka Area Ceiling Surface

RCP

Sprinkler System

Orchestra Classroom

Music Stands

Acoustical Storage Common Area Seating

Section A

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Student Chairs


INFORMATION STUDIO II SOFTWARE: RHINO

LACLEDE’S LANDING ST.LOUIS, MO Laclede’s Landing is the oldest district in all of St. Louis, Missouri. It is surrounded by warehouses, saloons, markets, and factories. It is also located right next to the St. Louis Arch Grounds and Green district. The design focus was designing a multifunction building that pulled people in from all directions and brought the city together.

CONCEPT KNOT: The sense of a knot is visualzed of two forms of different materials on the exterior, but then weaving in with the same angled cantilever and interior together. The mesh of the diagnal cantilever was formulated as a series of a knot, an abstraction of the literal knot.

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12 F.A.R: 3.12 (FIX)

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GROSS FLOOR AREA: 12,452.75 Sqf.


knot Rigid, Uniformity, Collection, Band, Group, Indoor/Outdoor Space, Expressive, Tying the city together

First inital study model and overall inspiration for design and concept.

Study model of vertical and horizontalcirculation to better understand the connection between two forms. Studying the interior verus the exterior with the new form subtracting the third rotated rectangle.

This model was a starting point of design and used to get the overall for.

Form developement sketch

Eads Bridge

N. 2nd St.

2RESTROOM 3CAFE Blvd.

Eads Bridge

N Leonor K Sullivan

Memorial Dr.

Blvd.

Lucas Ave.

N Leonor K Sullivan

Eads Bridge

Circ u la tion 1LOBBY

N. 2nd St.

Memorial Dr.

Vehicle Access

HWY 44

Parking

N Leonor K Sullivan

Memorial Dr.

N Leonor K Sullivan

Eads Bridge

Blvd.

Blvd.

Lucas Ave.

Lucas Ave.

Memorial Dr.

Memorial Dr.

Memorial Dr.

N Leonor K Sullivan

Memorial Dr.

Blvd.

Lucas Ave.

Pedestrian Access

HWY 44

N. 2nd St.

Memorial Dr.

Lucas Ave.

Eads Bridge

HWY 44

N. 2nd St.

Memorial Dr.

HWY 44

N. 2nd St.

HWY 44

Memorial Dr.

SITE ANALYSIS

Ideation Marker Sketch

4COMMUNAL 5PATIO 6WAITING AREA 7RESTAURANT 8SEATING

Sun Path

Upper Floor Views

Transition Points

9KITCHEN 10LOBBY 11LOBBY 12LOBBY

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Interior ideation sketches.

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Second floor: Entrance to restaurant from stairs.

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