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ARC 500 Independent Study

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Johnston Marklee Exhibition

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ARC 606 Urban Studio

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ARC 607 Comprehensive Studio

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ARC 608 3 Cities Studio

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Design Thesis

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New Urban Models for Aging, AIA Design Competition Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The project attempts to create a geriatric neighborhood within an urban setting. It would accommodate 3 occupant types – Ward 1 (Independent Seniors), Ward 2 (Assisted Living), and Ward 3 (Skilled Nursing). Fundamentally, the project is a retort to the common “nursing home”. Rather than alienating it’s occupants, it creates urban conditions/programs that further integrates the geriatric with other age demographics. Team Project w/ Mina Panichpakdee, Kyung Eun Lee, and Richard Park Primary Project Role - Design Development, Section drawings, drawing touch ups, perspectives.

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At the center of the project site, we created a void that would operate as an “urban living room”. It would work as a public space that interconnects all wards and encourages communal gathering and interaction.

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Exhibition Design for LA Based firm, Johnston Marklee Syracuse, New York APERTURE 1. an opening or open space: a hole. 2. synonyms: breach, break, chasm, chink, cleft, crack, cut, eye, fissure, gap, gash, interstice, opening, orifice, outlet, passage, perforation, pinhole, puncture, rift, rupture, slash, slit, slot, space, vent. JohnstonMarkLee’s Hong Kong Design Institute is a pivotal project that explores the versatility of apertures. The use of apertures in architecture is an undeniable component, but this Los Angeles firm is exploring the extensive range of possibilities for movement between spaces, diversity in program, light manipulation and establishing views. The Hong Kong Design Institute is composed of modular units that are stacked, shifted and rotated creating a new topology, resulting in an uninterrupted pattern of apertures. The variety in architectural spaces allows for the diversity of program to coexist, as well as creating physical and visual connections between the spaces. The horizontality of the apertures sits in sharp contrast to the verticality of Hong Kong skyline, thus creating an aberrant landmark. This exhibition, curated by a team of students, is unique in that it connects the design process of JohnstonMarkLee’s work through the students’ interpretation to the exhibition’s final design. JohnstonMarklee’s previous projects such as Sale House (2006), Hill House (2006), Mameg (2007), Helios House (2007), and View House (2008) work together as a network of ideas with a focus on the functionality of apertures. This exhibition design also uses a network of relationships to make connections between images based on a hierarchy of influences. JohnstonMarkLee’s iterative work is dealing with the potentials of apertures, which has resulted in a new complexity associated with a standardized module. The Hong Kong Design Institute is just one example of the complexities that are possible with this interesting design strategy. Currently, JohnstonMarkLee is continuing this investigation with a new housing strategy in China. Team project with Chris Norris, William Villalobos, Bruce Davison, Wendy Wade, and Seth King. 12


Hong Kong Desing Institue by Johnston Marklee Brisseaux

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Artifact Placement and Axon of Exhibit Space Brisseaux

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An Urban Intervention for the Near West SIde Syracuse, New York An urban intervention for the Syracuse’s Near West Side, which statistically is one of the lowest economic and academic regions in the country. The project proposes a “Sports University” that would introduce new programs to stimulate economic growth and provide extracurricular activities for the local schools.

“These kids are longing for the sense of having a ‘neighborhood’.”

Wuest, D.A., & Bucher, C.A., 1999

EXAMPLE: NIKETOWN, Michigan Street, Chicago

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exercise facilities playground sports nutrition, apparell

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A Medical Clinic Accra, Ghana The project proposes sustainable building solutions for a medical clinic in Ghana. Due to the site’s location, it utilizes passive cooling strategies, compact design, and recyclable materials to minimize potential costs and energy use while maximizing building performance. Awards - Syracuse University King & King Competition, 2009 - 1st Place Prize

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Sectional Perspective

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1. Visitor’s Lobby Entrance 2. Waiting Room 3.Public Bathroom 4. X-Ray 5. Examination Room 6. Maternity Ward 7. Nursery 8. Storage 9. Nurse Station 10. Mechanical room 11. Operatiing Room 12. Mortuary

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Roof Level 50’- 0”

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Spaces open to the outside - 30% Sealed Spaces Natural Ventilation

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Mechanical Electrical Lighting fixtures/shaft

Mechanical Ducts and Electrical Wiring run between the floors and drop ceilings. The Mechanical system works with passive design strategies to create a hybridized system. The building consists of lighting fixtures that are typical florescent bulbs with some moments of controlled natural daylight in some medical spaces.

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Emergency Patients Doctors, Nurses, Med Students Visitors (healthy or sick)

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Protection from Solar Heat Gain Solar Panels

Walls collapse to maximize square footage in case of epidemic scenarios. Level 2 Expansion

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1. Durra (Recycled Wood Composite) Roof 2. Steel Durra Roof Structure 3. Opening Web Joist Cantiliever 4. Steel Column 5. Tiled Drop Ceiling 6. Open Web Joist 7. Collapsing Parition Walls 8. Concrete Exterior Wall 9. Interior Dry Wall 10. Concrete Floor with wood finish 11. Durra Ramp system 12. I - Beam 13. Steel Cross-bracing 14. Concrete Footing 15. Mechanical Ducts/Electrical Tubing

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Pavilion Design Syracuse, NY A 24 hour schematic design charrette creating a pavilion The project was an exploration of form and structure. A team project with Mina Panichpakdee, Melissa Santana, Elijah Yoon, Alex Raynor, and Tim Tack. Primary Project Role: Designer, 3D modeler, Concept development

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Civic Center Design Florence, Italy A design for a civic center located in Florence. The overall strategy attempts to create a contemporary building that efficiently condenses programs and have spaces that visually and formally connect to exterior site.

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1 Multipurpose Space 2 Library Stacks 3 Bathrooms 4 Storage/ M.E.P. room 5 LIght Court 6 Storage

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1 - First Level 1: 400 1 Cafe

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Neo Eden A Topia in Outer Space Neo Eden is an exploration into extraterrestrial space. It hypothesizes the human experience by narrating a series of events from departure to post-occupancy. It is the lifecycle of extraterrestrial architecture from a hermetic habitat to a post-human relic. Awards: Super Jury Competitor, Dean’s Citation Award Features: ARC Magazine - http://arcthemagazine.com/ To View Complete Thesis go to: http://neoeden.brisseaux.com

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“The Dream Space”

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The design utilizes asteroids as its primary source of minerals for expansion and repair.

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A diagram simulating how the design can extract, mold and utilizes the minerals via a strip mining process.

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Bottom Left image The Orange County Water District in California utilizes a purification system that transforms sewer water into drinking water through the indirect potable water process.. Bottom Right Image Back in 2008, The International Space Station was able to double it’s crew numbers with the implementation of a Water Recovery System which allows them to convert urine into a water source.

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“The Hermetic Gardens� - consisting of livestock and vegetation

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“The Incinerator”

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“The Baths” Before and After

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“Social Space” Before and After

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Kervin Brisseaux Architecture Portfolio  
Kervin Brisseaux Architecture Portfolio  

A collection of architectural work.

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