CH RLES CHRISTI N TYLINSKI V
“I have been up against tough competition all my life. I wouldn’t know how to get along without it.” - Walt Disney
STUDIO U nit Wall Living Pa vilion Seating Anal ysis
L BOR TORY V
Mixed Media Collage Rhinoceros Anal ysis Balance Ar mature
DESIGN L udlow Branc h Librar y
My passion is themed entertainment and design of immersive experiences. This sketch was drawn in 2004 and depicts a guest swimming area with a slide designed nearly a decade later by Disney Imagineers.
C H RL E S C H R I S V
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Cre at ive C onsu lt ant BRC Imag inat ion Ar ts Burb an k, C a lifor ni a
L ands c ap e Arcite c te c t Inter n Met rop arks of t he Tole do Are a Tole do, Ohio
Creative consulting for themed development property in the
D e vel op e d and mon ite re d t he d e s ig n of g u e st
f l ow t h rou g hut lo c a l st ate p arks .
Show S et D esig ner L ife For mat ions B ow ling Gre en, Ohio
Show S et D esig ner BRC Imag inat ion Ar ts Burb an k, C a lifor ni a
Designed and fabricated Exhibits for Ripley’s Believe It of
C ol l ab orate d c ont r ibute d id e as du r ing st rat ig ic
Not Odditorium in Balitimore, Maryland.
and c onc e ptu l d e s ig n for Fre e j The me Park.
L ands c ap e Archite c te c t Inter n Tole do B ot anic a l G arden Tole do, Ohio
Enter t ainment C o ordinator Kingston C are C enter of Sy lvani a Sy lvani a Tow nship, Ohio
Monitered the design process from conceptual phase through completion.
S C HOL RSH IP V
E X P E R I E N C ES
B a chelor of S ci ence i n Archite c ture University of Ci nci nnat i Cincinnat i, Oh i o C l ass of 2016 G.P.A: 3.5
Tole do S cho ol for t he Ar t s Tole do, Ohio C l ass of 2008 G.P.A: 3.9
University of Ci nci nnat i’s D e an’s L ist Hig h S cho ol: Hi g h Honors
S T I N T Y LI N S K I V
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D ig it a l: Mi c ros of t O f f ic e, Auto c ad, Re v it , R h i no c e ros, Photoshop, I l lust r ator, In D e sig n , Ske tch Up
IN VOLVEMEN T Cur rent: Theme d E nter t ainment Ass o ci at ion, A lpha R ho C hi, A IAS
P SSIO NS V
Immersive Entertainment Branding Experiences Conceptual Thinking
Power : Mi l l ing Ma ch i ne, Gl ass Blow ing , Met a lwork i ng, Table S aw, B and S aw, Route r
Past: President of Amb ass a dors, Nat iona l Honor S o ciety, President of C l ass IA A PA -Orl ando, Flor id a 2011 SATE -Orl ando, Flor id a 2010
Experiential Design Molecular Gastronomy Storytelling
SE ATIN G A N ALYSIS SAID 2001
PROFESSOR PATRICK SNADON
SITE DAAP Grand Stair 2624 Clifton Avenue Cincinnati, OH The Grand Stair is a central hub of DAAP. It is often filled with larger group crits or independent students working on their craft. CHALLENGE Design a seating area which reflects your personal reading position. Determine how light and sound will react with the pod.
INDEPENDENT INVES TIGATION ONE
Curvilinear form allows an enclosed space for privacy while allowing light from above.
I N D E P E N D E N T Storage for books with a less claustroI N V E S T I G A T I O N phobic atmosphere but still includes T W O privacy from heavy foot traffic.
INDEPENDENT INVES TIGATION THREE An aggregate model combines multiple investigations from my studio. This form creates different compression and release areas for different environments for reading and working
L I V I N G PAVI LION SAID 1001
PROFESSOR WHITNEY HAMAKER
SITE Physics Quadrangle 2600 Clifton Ave., Cincinnati OH 45221 The quadrangle is surrounded by large classic revival buildings and is an area of high foot traffic between classes. CHALLENGE As a section, design and construct a pavilion on a 12’ x 12’ site that incorporates a studio wide promenade without disrupting the current flow of traffic.
MY ROLE Team advisor: Communicate guidelines of studio wide promenade amongst my team, securing deliverables for team advisor meetings, and ensuring the project is completed on time (Completed a week before due date)
U ni t Wa l l SAID 1001
PROFESSOR WHITNEY HAMAKER
SITE DAAP Grand Stair 2624 Clifton Avenue Cincinnati, OH The Grand Stair is a central hub of DAAP. It is often filled with larger group crits or independent students working on their craft. CHALLENGE
Investigate the process of making ‘real’ space. Each team will construct enough units to construct an 8’ x 8’ screen wall. The developed single ‘unit’ will interconnect with its same for the making of the screen and allow for a variable design.
INDEPENDENT INVES TIGATION ONE
“U” shaped blocks had the ability to be stacked or interlock on multiple planes to create a dynamic space.
INDEPENDENT INVES TIGATION T WO This exercise was used to find connectors within negative space and determine how the units can be cut most efficiently.
TEAM PROJECT Team of eight: We returned to the drawing board taking what we learned from our independent investigations to create the unit to the right.
Project Manager: I was responsible for ensuring the team completes the project on time, developing a plan, and managing the teams performance during project tasks.
L BOR TORY V
M I X E D MEDIA COLL AGE SAID 1001
PROFESSOR CASSIDY STAVER
SITE DAAP Blue Box 2624 Clifton Avenue Cincinnati, OH This area of DAAP is designed with specific intent for small group crits and meetings. CHALLENGE Create a set of collages that analyze and illustrate a set of conditions or phrases. Develop the composition with use of layers and color.
The element of color was implemented as a juxstapositional tool defining two pieces of the whole.
Each collage interprets a different theme and uses common symbols or words to interweave the composition.
BAL A N C E A RMAT URE SAID 1011
SITE DAAP Grand Stair 2624 Clifton Avenue Cincinnati, OH The Grand Stair is a central hub of DAAP. It is often filled with larger group crits or independent students working on their craft. CHALLENGE Develop a structure which houses or holds a six inch cube. The armature should not overpower the plaster cube nor become a pedestal.
PROFESSOR CASSIDY STAVER
R H I N OCEROS SE AT IN G AN A LYS IS SAID 2001
S O F T WA R E Rhinoceros 3D CHALLENGE Create a three dimensional rendering of the final seating analysis model using Rhinoceros 3D. Develop the models to accommodate different sized groups of people using the space for reading, meetings, and workspaces.
PROFESSOR PATRICK SNADON
LUD LOW BRAN C H LIB RARY SAID 2001
PROFESSOR PATRICK SNADON Aggregate Map
Charles Christian Tylinski October 2013 Section 3 Pod 1
Vacant Lot Ludlow Avenue Cincinnati, OH The historic neighborhood of Ludlow is a distinct neighborhood in Cincinnati which provides entertainment, shopping and dining to a diverse community near the University of Cincinnati.
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S I T E A N A LYS I S
Design a branch library which benefits the neighborhood and explore what important qualities are necessary in a modern library.
In order to truly understood the atmosphere of the site, approximately eighty variables were measured throughout the district. Everything from the number of windows on a building to places where newspapers were distributed. Independently I took on the task of identifying locations of gas lamps.
Buildings that distribute newspapers Stand-alone newspaper kiosk
Level 3 - Light Well/ Atrium
Level 2 - Adult Library, Front Desk, Staff Zone, Restrooms, Media Center, Kitchen Area
Level 1 - Meeting/Conference Rooms, Storage, Children's Library, Children Media Center, Restrooms
1- GARDEN 2- LIGHT WELL
3-STAIRCASE 4-SECOND FLOOR MAIN LIBRARY 5- ROOF TERRACE
5 Charles Christian Tylinski Library - Fourth Iteration 15 October 2013 Section 3 Pod 1
The Lu d l ow L ite r ar y C e nte r l o c ate d i n t he h istor ic Gasl ig ht Dist r i c t i n Ci nc i nnat i, Ohio is d e si g ne d to b e t he ce nte r p oint and anchor of t he are a . Wit h a f l are for e ye -c atch i ng t he l ibr ar y it s el f is d e si g ne d to e mphasiz e t he re mark abl e l o c a l e. It’s t a l l e st towe r f u nc t i ons as a g i ant g as l amp w it h a f l am i ng chandel ie r t hat f l i cke rs w it h t he inte nsit y of t he ne i g hb orho o d. It’s g l e aming l i g ht h i g h l i g ht s t he dist r ic t and d r aw s p e opl e i n to t his c om mu nit y sp a c e. The l ibr ar y hous e s a ch i l d re n’s, te e n, and a du lt l ibr ar y ; an au ditor iu m, c afe, and publ i c me di a sp a ce.
The chi ldren’s librar y is cont aine d in a sma l ler ro om to limit nois e p ol lut ion t hroug hout t he rest of t he librar y. It cont ains ind iv idua l re adi ng are as, computer workst at ions w it h s of t chai rs , and g roup t ables for tutor ing and s ma l l g roup col l ab orat ions. It is a br ig ht sp a ce w it h a l arge w ind ow w hich overlo oks t he outdo or garden sp a ce, Lud low Avenue, and Bur net Wo o ds Park.
Ludlow Literary Center
The vest ibu le a dj a cent to t he aud itor ium is an i nterst it i a l sp a ce b et we en t he aud itor ium and t he f i rst f lo or st airc as e. T his are a is d esig ne d for br i ef i ntera c t ions b efore or af ter e vents in t he auditor ium. It is a comfor t able sp a ce w it h couches and a d ispl ay of b o oks to b e c urate d by t he librar y st af f. T he l arge mura l on t he w a l l is f rom t he Amer ic an 1944 bl a ck and w hite cl assic “Gasli g ht”. It is one of many w a l l d e cors w hich draws t he e nt ire d esig n b a ck to it’s g aslig ht and Ci nci nnat i her it age a est het ic.
CONFERENCE CENTER / THEATER
CIRCULATION PLAN Exposed steel is used for the columns. The long linear columns are used as a datum throughout the interior and exterior of the building.
TEEN LIBRARY UTILITES
MECHANICAL LIFT WOMAN’S BATHROOM
Concrete is used for all three floors as well as the western wall. It has a smooth, glossy finish which makes it easy to clean. This is very important in a public space where there is a lot of foot traffic.
Boral is a concrete roof tile that is embedded with a photo catalyst that speeds up oxidation in the presence of sunlight, reducing nitrogen oxide emissions. 2,000 square feet of this first-of-its-kind product covering a roof mitigates the same amount of carbon dioxide as one car driven 10,800 miles.
MEN’S BATHROOM CIRCULATION DESK
The mens b at hro om on t he s e cond f lo or mig ht not genera l ly b e s omet hing t hat is genera l ly displ aye d, howe ver, e ven t he b at hro oms have i mager y t hat c an b e t ra ce d b a ck to t he or ig ina l des i g n t heme. T he f lo ors are p olishe d concrete w hi ch ma ke for e asy cle an ing and t he lig ht ing is ver y br i g ht as to not ma ke it fe el c ave li ke in a w i ndow less sp a ce.
Gaslight in History: The Cincinnati Street Gas Lamp is a historic district in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. Composed of more than 1,100 street lamps scattered throughout the city, the district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
Glass is one of the most important materials in the building. Although it is another hard surface, it juxtaposes the other materials as it is completely transparent. It gives the building a much more open feel and allows light to penetrate freely.
Wood is used as an accent material for shelving, tables, and desks. It not only connects the design back to nature but also provides a natural texture.
The ent rance to t he Te en and C hi ld ren’s L ibrar y is i nt ro duce d by a d esk for a librar i an esp e ci a lly for t hes e are as. E a ch are a prov id es a br ig ht sp ace for b ot h ind iv idu a l and g roup ne e ds. T he s e clus i on of t hes e sp a ces for t he rest of t he librar y a l lows for t his p opu l at ion to g at her in a sp ace just for t hem. It is a ls o a coust ic a l ly b en ef i ci a l as it w i l l cont ain and pre vent loud interac t i ons f rom d isturbing t he rest of t he librar y.
Gaslight as a Physical Object:
An anchor in the district propelling itself towards the sky and brightening the locale around it. A glowing beacon of hope and knowledge.
T he main libr ar y l o c ate d on t he f i rst f l o or is home to t he circ u l at ion d e sk , me d i a c e nte r, g roup t abl e s, s i ng l e re ading are as , and t he mai n st a ck s. Its t a l l c e i l i ng s c re ate an env iron me nt t hat is op e n and br i g ht. T he s e at i ng are as are lo c ate d cl o s e st to t he w i nd ow s w h i ch a l l ow for a comfor t abl e re a d i ng sp a c e w h i l e a ls o sh i el d i ng t he st acks f rom l i g ht and l e av i ng t he m out of t he w ay f rom har ms w ay.
Gaslight as a Metaphor:
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Knowledge is light like light as it displaces darkness and ignorance. South
“We cannot hold a torch to light another’s path without brightening our own.” ~Ben Sweetland “Light gives of itself freely, filling all available space. It does not seek anything in return; it asks not whether you are friend or foe. It gives of itself and is not thereby diminished.” ~Michael Strassfeld
The auditor ium is a l arge line ar sp a ce w hich a llows t he aud ience to have a clos e con ne c t ion w it h t he sp e a ker or e vent o cc ur r ing on st age. The clerestor y w ind ow and l arge w ind ow at t he end of t he ro om a l low a lot of lig ht w it hout in ter fer i ng or cre at ing g l are for t he aud ience.