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Architectural Intern Sorenson Unity Center, Salt Lake City Community Arts Initiative October 2015 Salt Lake City, Utah -Developed and delivered contect in educational sessions with kids from Sorenson Unity Community Center. -Developed concept for sculptural and architectural piece to be placed at Community Center -Helped document outcomes and measures of activities for grant reporting and tracking. -Worked with City Parks and Public Land staff.
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G R A D U A T E S E L E C T E D W O R K
(1) U N T A M E D Manitoga Pavilion Fall 2017 Instructor: Eduardo Rega
T H E
(2) A T T A C K
Pocahontas Fiction Fall 2016 Instructor: Eduardo Rega
(3) C O N F E T T I G Y R A T I O N Drawing Analysis Spring 2017 Instructor: Miroslava Brooks
(4) P U B L I C E C H O Library Park Spring 2017 Instructor:Miroslava Brooks
S T U Y T O W N
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E x - C o n v i c t Tr a n s i t i o n a l H o u s i n g Fall 2017 Instr uctor:Kutan Ayata
( 1 ) U T A M E D T H E M A N I T O G A P AV I L I O N In collaboration with: Samia Kayyali, Mariela Hernandez, Yi Zhang, Zehua Qi Fall 2016 Instructor: Eduardo Rega
Untamed is a pavilion that aims to disrupt the carefully curated site of Manitoga. After re-
s e a r c h i n g M a n i t o g a , t h e e s t at e a n d h o m e o f i n du s t r i a l d e s i g n e r R u s s e l Wr i g h t , w e r e a l i z e d t h at t h e r e were c ontradicti ons between the the narrative he presented and his foundati on, Both in its d escripti on of the way in which the existing site was a c quired to bec ome the spa c e for his studi o and home, a n d i n t h e i m p l i c a t i o n s b e h i n d t h e a c t u a l a c t i o n s t h a t w e r e c o m m i t t e d t o t h e s i t e . Wr i g h t ’s fo u n d a tion present ideas of ‘natural’ living. In its promotion of engagement with ‘nature’ to visitors it puts fo r w a r d t h e i d e a t h at Wr i g h t w a s o n e w i t h n at u r e . H ow ev e r , w e fo u n d t h at t h e r e w a s a n ex p l o i t at i o n and a violent domestication of the surrounding environment. Our pavilion aims to rebel against these actions. It acts as a disruptive mass that is placed along the path of the different curated sites.
Through different sized pockets it aims to engage and facilitate the growth of ‘unwanted’
elements (for example weed, dir t and puddles). By doing so, the pavili on explores and engages with what is outside of our own ‘conceptions of nature’ or the other side of ‘nature’ which humans and Wr i g h t t r i e d t o t a m e o r e s c a p e fr o m .
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(D) Convex Loop 2 within Concave of Loop 1
Untamed invites that other side of ‘nature’ to colonize the spac e of the
(B) S econd Pavilion Location. View of the quar y. Pavilion transpor ts wa-
pavili on. It is meant to create an unc omfor table presenc e for the hu-
ter onto pathway.
man and to a ct in oppositi on to the id ea of c omfor t and harmony that
( C ) T h i r d Pav i l i o n L o c at i o n . Wr a p p e d a r o u n d a t r e e h o u s i n g l i f e o n t r e e ,
Wr i g h t at t emp t s t o e s t ab l i s h o n t h e s i t e
and invading path.
( A ) F i r s t Pav i l i o n l o c at i o n . T h e Wr i g h t F o u n d at i o n h o u s e . T h e p av i l i o n
(D) Diagram of inhabitation of Pavilion unit.
crosses the window threshold.
(E) A xonometric drawing showing diagram assembly.
( 2 ) T H E
A T T A C K
N E T W O R K
A POCAHONTAS FICTION Fall 2016 Instructor: Eduardo Rega
This project explored the capacity of architecture to trigger events through the creation of a
f i c t i o n a l n a r r a t i v e a n d i t s p l a c i n g o n a s i t e . We s t a r t e d o f f w i t h t h e a n a l y s i s a n d a l t e r a t i o n o f t h e p l o t of a movie, in my case, “Pocahontas”, und erstanding it for what it is, a cliche of the native American narrative, as well as a reinforc ement of the Disney movie passive female lead, I challenged these notions in the alteration of the narrative. First through the revealing of the true nature of the interaction between the colonizer and the colonized, war. S econd through the challenging
of the role of the
female lead. In the new narrative, the character of Pocahontas stops being a passive character within a romantic plot and bec omes an a ctive strategist in an atta ck. S he sur veils, plans, and performs an attack on them. She watches their movements and vulnerabilities to strategize their downfall.
This fiction is then mapped onto the site of Manitoga, estate of the industrial designer Russel
Wr i g h t . T h e at t a c k n et w o r k b e c o m e s t h e m at e r i a l i z at i o n o f Po c a h o nt a s ’ s t r at e g y . F r o m t h e o u t s i d e , conc ealed, almost invisible, on the inside, a complex woven network, multiplying itself around Manit o g a , w r a p p i n g a r o u n d t h e c o l o n i z e r ’s m o s t v u l n e r a b l e s p a c e s . T h e s e c a m o u f l a g e d s p a c e s m a k e fo r the creation of a series of masses imitating the trees in their ver tical volumes,inflating, and extending themselves to connect to one another to create spaces within themselves.
The transplant of the fiction to the site was done through the development
to ad ja c ent trees. (D) A xonometric drawing showing porous materialit y and
of protodocuments. C ollages taking piec es from the narrative as well as ar-
chitectural prec ed ents and pla cing them on drawings of the site.
(E) Site Plan (F) Site Section
(A) Site axonometric showing Manitoga as well as paths and quar y.
(G) S ection through one of massings, showing entranc e and wrapping around
(B) Strategy transplated on site.
(C) A xonometric drawing showing insid e logic, and their locati on in relati on
( 3 ) C O N F E T T I
G Y R A T I O N
A D R A W I N G A N A LY S I S In collaboration with: Yi Zhang Spring 2017 Instructor: Miroslava Brooks
Using diagrams and drawings as conc eptual and generative tools, we analyzed specific prec-
edents from painting and architecture, to create a catalogue of spatial conditions. Through a deep reading of physical and non-physical conditions on a drawing, the relationships between figure and ground as well as their composition,
we created compositions that in their misreadings would create
a catalogue of spatial conditions that would later be used in the design of a public librar y. This would ser ve not onl y as a formal but as a c onc eptual basis for our approa ch. For the painting anal ysis, I anal y z e d J a c o b o P o n t o r m o â€™s D e p o s i t i o n , a n d fo r t h e a n a l y s i s o f a n a r c h i t e c t u r a l a n d u r b a n p l a n , w i t h t h e collaboration of Yi Zhang, the Okland Museum by Roche and Dinkeloo and the Parc de la Villete by OMA.
(A) D eposition by Pontormo composition and analysis
it c onveys a series of
the building itself to do so, these are arranged through the extension of its
bodies c omposed in a floating like manner. Gravit y does not seem to affect
boundaries on the inside to create spac es in between the planters on its ter-
them, yet in their arrangement their fa c es and body postures seem to gravi-
tate towards the c enter of a cross, nonexistent in the painting itself.
(D) The Parc de la Villete, urban design composition and analysis. Through its
(B) Drawing done in c ollaborati on with Yi Zhang, c ompositi on and anal yis of
use of programmatic instability and architectural specificity it aims to create
S upremus 58 by Malevich. Emphasizing the different points of rotation along
a p a r k w h e r e t h e r e i s n o s p a c e fo r i t . Ju x t a p o s i n g a s e r i e s o f s y s t em s , e a c h
which the drawing is organized.
containing different elements and creating a park in the in-betweens.
( C ) A n a l y s i s a n d c o mp o s i t i o n o f t h e O a k l a n d M u s e u m o f C a l i fo r n i a by R o c h e
C onfetti Gyration takes from our paintings the composition quality of rota-
and Dinkeloo. Its design aims to blur its edges through the use of landscape.
tion about non-physical points,, it takes the existing public spac es as well as
Making use of a series of planters on the inside and on the boundaries of
a proposed one and turns them into the axis of rotation.
( 4 ) P U B L I C
E C H O
A LIBRARY PARK Spring 2017 Instructor: Miroslava Brooks
Located on the Parkside neighborhood in Philadelphia, between two areas of the neighbor-
hood that are currently divided by large parking lots and industrial buildings, Public echo creates a librar y and park that becomes a magnet bridging a connection between west and east parkside. Drawing from the c onc epts anal yzed previ ousl y, c onc eptuall y and formall y, this spa c e bec omes a new gravitational point on the side. Creating what becomes the building itself and altering the surrounding landscapes to create a park, with an outdoor ampitheater at the center. The progam of the stacks is broken apar t and sprinked on the park, as well as elongated transparent spaces containing reading rooms as well as other public programs. Their connection in a puzzle like manner create a hyper fragmented spaces that inter twines itself with the greener y around it. Creating a space that blurs the line between inside and outside as well as landscape and architecture.
(Site A xonometric) The pink volumes are the stacks, while the transparent
nect one to another like a puzzle, creating one whole fragmented spac e. This
terraced volumes are
makes out of the stacks unstable spac es that become a par t of the circula-
reading rooms, classrooms, community spac es, and
daycare facilities. Park and empty lots located ad jac ed are altered to create
tion, engraining them within the public programs.
a par t that become a continuation of Public echo. Breaking with the existing
The street and sidewalk is expanded inwards to create a seamless continua-
grid and distor ting the sidewalk inwards to create ad jac ent parks. Creating
tion in circulation into the entranc e.
continutity and a cue to the location of the librar y.
(B) Building S ection showing fragmentation of the ground plane, to create
(A) Floor plan showing first floor of the librar y building, showing variety of
landscaped conditions. Creating a common logic between the greener y, the
size of stack volumes. Some commecting programs other within them, while
ground plane that breaks to create seating and planters, as well as the build-
some connecting purely ver tically. The elongated spac es and the spacks con-
( 5 ) S T U Y T O W N
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EX-CONVICT TRANSITIONAL URBAN HOUSING Fall 2017 Instr uctor: Kutan Ayata
This studi o c ollectivel y worked to transform the entire chara cter and experienc e of S tuyves-
a n t To w n i n N e w Yo r k C i t y . A n e n t i r e n e i g h b o r h o o d c o n s i s t i n g o f 1 8 b l o c k s a n d 3 3 b u i l d i n g s . R a t h e r than the modernist approach of tabula-rasa, we worked with the existing structures using them as a 3- dimensional site to operate on. Each student designed a specific structure within the c o m p l e x . N o t o n l y c h a n g i n g t h e i r c h a r a c t e r b u t a l s o t h e i r p r o g r a m . We a l o n g s i d e d e v e l o p e d t h e stor y of a fictional character that lives in the structure and the stor y behind them living there.
Formally I approached the structure
by creating porosity through the car ving
of the form.
Not onl y allowing for more lig ht into the spa c es but also producing interi or looking windows. C oloring them in such a way, that it allows for a different perc epti on of the str ucture, of one rather composed of a soft strange interior. ture
This carving occurs throughout the top of the strucbuilding.
levels, cutting the str ucture in such a way that allows for a ped estrian a cc ess throug h the building
The fictional character living in the building is an ex-convict exc entric . si xty year old man, Ralph
S anchez. A guy who used to live in C oney Island and end ed up in prison for a pit y crime. After c oming out o f p r i s o n , h e fi n d s h i m s e l f s t r u g g l i n g fi n d i n g h o u s i n g . I n 2 0 37 a f t e r l a r g e a m o u nt s o f p e o p l e c o m e o u t of prison and ending up on the streets because of current existing high incarceration rates, the government d ecid es to launch a transiti onal rehabilitati on housing for ex-c onvicts. This is where Ralph ends up.
(A) Massing iterations.
(E) C hunk axonometric drawing
(B) Building Elevation showing coloration and nature of openings
T h e p r o g r a m fo r t r a n s i t i o n a l h o u s i n g fo r ex - c o nv i c t s , c o nt a i n s n ot o n l y b e d -
(C) Building section on site. Showing nature of openings. Crossing through the
r o o m u n i t s , b u t s h a r e d a n d c o - l i v i n g s p a c e . Ta k i n g a d v a n t a g e o f t h e n e w
interior of the volume and upwards. Creating light wells that cross diagonally
transparencies created it creates living spac es that.range with different lev-
through the structure.
els of privacy as the inhabitant progresses in their rehabilitation. Providing
(D) S ection of chunk taken from nor theast top of building. Showing large
the inhabitant not only with living quar ters but also but classrooms and con-
communal spac es
ferenc e spac es that would provide with professional training..
at the bottom and housing on top.
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another. The dining and common areas occurr at the c enter of the building
ground level floorplan is located sec ond to the bottom left on the drawing.
and are shared.
I t c o nt a i n s c o m m o n s p a c e s fo r t h e l ow e r l ev e l s . T h e o p e n i n g i n t h e s t r u c t u r e
(I) Level 1 8 floorplan. This level contains more standard housing units. three
a l l ow s fo r s t r e et a c c e s s t o t h e i nt e r i o r o f t h e c o mp l ex .
to six bedroom shared a common living room and dining spaces. Common
(H) Level 17 floorplan. This level contains bedrooms with the least amount of
areas are still located at the c enter Bellow this level clasrooms, conferenc e
privacy. The bedrooms themselves are all facing the windows, pointing at one
rooms and large common areas are located.
Selected graduate work.