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CARA ELLIS DESIGN PORTFOLIO


SELECT ARCHITECTURE


Downtown Commercial Blocks

© SOM

We designed the first two blocks of the Downtown Commercial District. Our major objective was to define the edge of the boulevard park with a “streetwall” of 10 story buildings. A continuous arcade shades the sidewalk and provides continuous shop fronts along the boulevard. Towers of various heights are set back behind the street-wall and establish a dynamic skyline. The incessant power of the sun dictates that all glass must be shaded and therefore we used a concrete exoskeleton that both shades the glass and allows for the movement of air along the facade. The Towers employ a system of external fins at various angles to the sun to protect the vision glass.


Rendering and details of the low-rise off building facades and shading systems. The exposed structure in combination with horizontal and vertical louver systems shades the office glass while maintain view out to the boulevard beyond.

Structural Frame 30% Shading

Structural Frame + Horizontal Shade 50% Shading

Structural Frame + Horizontal Shade + Vertical Fins 95% Shading Downtown Commercial Blocks | Downtown District | PENC 101


trict Commercial from the central ansit hub.


Downtown Commercial Blocks

© SOM

We designed the first two blocks of the Downtown Commercial District. Our major objective was to define the edge of the boulevard park with a “streetwall” of 10 story buildings. A continuous arcade shades the sidewalk and provides continuous shop fronts along the boulevard. Towers of various heights are set back behind the street-wall and establish a dynamic skyline. The incessant power of the sun dictates that all glass must be shaded and therefore we used a concrete exoskeleton that both shades the glass and allows for the movement of air along the facade. The Towers employ a system of external fins at various angles to the sun to protect the vision glass.


LEGEND 3 BD UNITS

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CORE

Previous Page: Rendered plan of the Downtown District Residential Blocks. This Page: Massing Perspective showing


TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN- ICON TOWER


TYPICAL ICONIC UNIT PLAN – 4 BHK


Personal Floors Blocks TYPICAL DUPLEX PLAN

TYPICALTYPICAL DUPLEXDUPLEX PLAN PLAN “Personal Floors” refers to large, luxurious apartments, around 4000 SF, where only two units share an elevator core. The site, long and thin, suggested two parallel rows of buildings of various heights, surrounding private gardens, raised one level above parking. Large balconies facing south are shaded by sliding wood screens.

© SOM


Cannon Design Ohlone Community College


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10 Units, 2 Elevator Plan

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Gross/ Floor = 8,988 GSF Rentable/ Floor = 7,196 RSF Floor Efficiency = 80%

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SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY MASTER SANTAPLAN CLARA UNIVERSITY STUDY

MASTERPLAN


Campus Facilities Masterplan Overview Santa Clara University - Master Plan Study

SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY FACILITIES MASTER PLAN • Law School

- Demolish Heafey - Renovate Bannan - Vacate Bergin Hall - New Building on Heafey Site - 100,000 SF

Net Area Gain = 38,474 SF

• Engineering Campus

- Demolish Bannan Labs - Renovate Mechanical Engineering - Renovate Bannan Engineering - Construct new facility - 70,000 SF

Net Area Gain = 52,035 SF

• Integrated Science Facility

- Demolish Daly Science 100, 200, 300 - Construct new facility - 100,000 SF

Area Increase - 60,722 SF

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EXISTING SITE


Engineering Campus • Bannan Engineering bldg. - 3 stories - Gross Area = 44,338 SF - Net Area = 29,028 SF

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• Mechanical Engineering bldg. - 2 stories - Gross Area = 27,689 SF - Net Area = 21,440 SF • Bannan Labs bldg. - Gross Area = 12,954 SF - Net Area = 9,955 SF Gross Area All 3 Existing Buildings = 84,981 SF Net Area All 3 Existing Buildings = 60,423 SF Total Area Assumed for Enginnering with

demolition of Bannan Labs, renovations and new contruction = 142,027 SF

Law School • Bannan Hall - 3 stories - Gross Area = 49,600 SF - Net Area = 27,785 SF

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• Heafey-Bergin bldg. - Gross Area = 65,000 SF Gross Area of Existing Buildings = 114,600 Total Area Assumed for Law School

with renovations and new contruction = 136,370 SF

Integrated Science Facility • Daly Science bldgs. 100, 200, 300 - Gross Area = 54,713 SF • Alumni Science bldg. - Gross Area = 52,326 Gross Area of Existing Buildings = 107,039 SF

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renovations and new contruction = 152,326 SF

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How to Become an Engineer Analysis

LECTURES

LABS

75%

23%

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GREEN TEXT NOTES COURSES WITH 30+ STUDENT ENROLLMENT

Intro to Tissue Engineering BioSignals and Processing Ethics in Technology Modern Network Synthesis & Des Adptv Sgnl Proc II Intg Ckt Fab Proc II RF Integ Cir Design Materials & Manufactur Process Analog Integrated Circuits I Advanced Mechatronics II Web Usability Advanced Programming Electric Circuits I Intro to Material Science Materials & Manufactur Process Reinforced Concrete Design Design Project II Computer Architecture OO Analysis,Design,Programming Software Dev Proc Mgmt High Perf Ntwrkg High Perf Ntwrkg Machine Design I Mechanical Vibrations Manag. in the Multicult Envirn Mechanics II: Dynamics Computer Networks Mechanical Vibrations Electrical Engr Grad Seminar Information Security Mgmt Design & Analysis: Algorithms Software Ethics Intro Altern Energy Sys VLSI Design I Mech III:Strength of Materials Graphical Comm in Design Special Topics in CENG Electric Circuits I Heat Transfer Form Spec & Adv Data Struc Mechatronics Electric Circuits I Mech III:Strength of Materials

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NO COURSES OVER 30 PEOPLE Mech III:Strgth of Mtrls Lab Mech III:Strgth of Mtrls Lab Mech III:Strgth of Mtrls Lab BioSignals and Processing Lab Reinforced Concrete Design Lab Reinforced Concrete Design Lab Water Resources Design Lab Geology Lab Geology Lab Geology Lab Municipal Engr Design Lab Municipal Engr Design Lab Electric Circuits I Lab Electric Circuits I Lab Electric Circuits I Lab Electric Circuits I Lab Electric Circuits I Lab Electric Circuits I Lab Electric Circuits I Lab Mechatronics Lab Mechatronics Lab Electronic Circuits I Lab Electronic Circuits I Lab Modern Network Synth & Des Lab Intro to Tissue Engineerng Lab Intro to Power Electronics Lab Semiconductor Devices Lab Communication Systems Lab Adv Logic Design Lab Adv Logic Design Lab Mechanical Vibrations Lab Mechanical Vibrations Lab Mechanical Vibrations Lab Heat Transfer Lab Heat Transfer Lab Heat Transfer Lab Mdrn Instrument for Engrs-Lab Mdrn Instrument for Engrs-Lab Mdrn Instrument for Engrs-Lab Intro to CNC II Intro to CNC II Intro to CNC II Intro to Material Science Lab

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Where to Become an Engineer Analysis

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UNDERGRADUATE FALL WINTER SPRING 39% LECTURE

18% LAB

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Our analysis of the courses held in the existing Engineering epicenter demonstates a higher demand for lecture space than specialized lab space.

FALL WINTER

The low utilization of lab space suggests hybridizing non-specialist labs to serve as both classroom and labs. (Non specialist labs far outnumber specialist labs, see appendix for detailed room by room analysis for 2012-2013).

SPRING 6% LAB 10%

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Lecture rooms that can accomodate 16 to 30 students are in high demand. Large lecture spaces that seat over 50 students are chronically under capacity.

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The Future... Master Planning Summary

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Master Planning

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CONCEPT

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Specialty Labs


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NEW CONSTRUCTION + BANNAN ENGINEERING RENOVATION + BANNAN MECHANICAL RENOVATION + BANNAN HALL RENOVATION =

291,247 SF (USING GROSS RENOV. AREAS)

NEW CONSTRUCTION = 169,620 SF ENGINEERING & SCIENCE

NEW CONSTRUCTION = 92,965 SF NEW LAW BUILDING

NEW CONSTRUCTION + RENOVATION OF ALUMNI SCIENCE FOR LAW PROGRAMS = 145,291 SF GROSS

NOTE: USES GROSS AREAS FOR ALUMNI RENOVATION, MAY BE CLOSER TO 136,370 SF REQUIRED ON FURTHER ANALYSIS OF ALUMNI NET USABLE AREAS

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IMMOBILE WORKSTATION potentially cloud-enabled, single room use

MOBILE WORKSTATION potentially cloud-enabled, suite or multipurpose room use

MOBILE WORKSTATION cloud-enabled, suite & multiple room use & lecture use

MOBILE WORKSTATION fabrication shop / heavy-use lab suite & multi-shop use

A

MOBILE WORKSTATION cloud enabled, everywhere use

MOBILE WORKSTATION cloud enabled, everywhere use

B

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PLAN NTS


D I G E O DIGEOTRUSS NOVELT R U S S STRUCTURAL SYSTEM Chicago

Milan

Zurich

A NOVEL STRUCTURAL SYSTEM

GFRY / SAIC / iSalone Milan 2009


UNIVERSAL HEXAPANEL HARDWARE DESIGN


)

SITE / PROJECT ANALYSIS PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE FOR INTERVENTION

EXTERIOR PLAN VIEW

Each set of three triangular PARAMETERS pointsDEFINED defines the vertices of a triangular

lane that can be named and parametrically linked to a more complex physical INITIAL DESIGN SHAPE Based on parameters and

architectural module, for example, a curtain-wall unit/ structural or a/ custom panel for a solar collecting aesthetic judgement

anopy. Altering of the simple plane will alter the shape of the externally linked ANALYSIS

module.

)

Environmental software / physical testing / formal judgement

MANIPULATE TO OPTIMIZE

good?

The code-tool can accept any surface/shape by input / naming nodes, RUN SCRIPT TO PANELIZE

llowing iteration (i.e. like a tool, “do this” to “this” surface/shape); the

SHAPE MANIPULATE SCRIPT dvantage being that multiple iterations ofToMANIPULATE a shape improve panelization can be analyzed (using Using built-in parameters

oftware, Ectotect, Real Flow, Wind Tunnel…etc) for performance optimization, ELEVATION

nd then re-run through the script without time-consuming manual manipulation. FURTHER PARAMETRIC MANIPULATION Based on finer definition of panels (ex. aperture, thickness, transparency, material...etc)

DEFINE IN STANDARD ARCHITECTURAL DOCUMENTATION Plan, section, elevation, detail, construction

COMPILE FOR 3D MASSCUSTOMIZED MODULAR CONSTRUCTION Digital and drawing format, specifications model with labled parts for manufacture / construction


CLOSE-UP OF VERTEX PLATES

SPACE CAN BE FILLED WITH TRANSLUCENT FOAM INSULATION

S A I C 2

0

0

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EXTERIOR PLAN VIEW

INTERIOR PLAN VIEW


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