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Chris Autera Portfolio


CONTENTS Academic Work 3 - 40, 47

Personal Artwork 41 - 43

Professional Internships 45 - 46

Resume 48


P. 1

Sun and Sea: Water and Power, Food and Shelter PROFESSOR: Julie Larsen, Constructing in the Anthropocene Utilizing an updraft tower and desalination waste to create a resilient and holistic urban system.

Plan / Section / Elevation


P. 2

Perspective


P. 3

3D Printed Study Models


P. 4

The Fire that Makes the World Project, Criticism of Geoengineering


P. 5

Pier 14 Elementary School

IN COLLABORATION WITH: David Cubo Reques PROFESSOR: Angela Co, Studio Reclaiming a historic pier to provide for the educational and public space needs of Lower Manhattan.

Exterior Perspectives


P. 6 1

1 5

Pier 14 3

2

4

Project Massing Diagram

Transfer Air Rights: 900 + 250 SF

SF

+ 2,746.22 + 9,232.15 + 5,100.36 = 18,228.74 SF

SF

SF

SF

Zoning Constraints: 1 - Maximum Height = 40’ 2 - Flood Zone Height = 13’ 3 - Public access to the end of the pier 4 - Steping condition 5 - Continuation of Riverside Public Space 6 - Setback 15’ 7 - Base Height 120’

School Construction Cost: $ 5,386,260

6 7

Battery Tunnel Site

2

3

1: Zoning FAR Transfers

4

2: Site Studies

3: Formal Studies

4: Concept Diagram


P. 7

1: Typical Plan 2: Ground Plan

3: Longitudinal Section


P. 8

1

2

3


P. 9

The Lofts at Genesee

IN COLLABORATION WITH: Ian Mulich PROFESSOR: Tarek Rakha, Comprehensive Studio An adaptive reuse of a Syracuse office that maximizes street activation and passive environmental enrichment. 1

2

1: Exterior Persepctive from Southeast

2: Interior Perspective of Atrium


P. 10 1

2

1: Site Analysis

2: System Precedent Studies


P. 11 1

2

1: Daylighting Analysis

2: Climate Analysis


P. 12 1

Passive Ventilation: Winter

1: Program Diagram

2: Passive Ventilation Scheme

Passive Ventilation: Summer

2


P. 13

HVAC Strategies


P. 14

Section


P. 15

Facade Details


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3

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AUTERA MULICH ARCHITECTS

141'-11" 32'-9"

9'-6"

21'-9"

21'-9"

21'-9"

22'-2"

A

1'

10"

A

12'-4"

4'-2"

5'-9"

9

8

7

4'-1"

26 25 24 23 22 21

42'-8"

4'-3"

21 22 23 24 25 26

7

8

9

10

4'-2"

4'-2"

2 1 2 2

10"

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

D2

21'-3"

2'-1"

7'-10"

3'

21'-3"

D2 2'-4"

2'-10"

10'-3"

12'-5"

BATH A ATH

4'-3" 10"

D2 20'-5"

2'-8"

9'-11"

+/- 0’

7'-3" 3'-5"

B

12'

D2

10

+ 8’-6”

9'-4"

9'-4"

9'-4"

9'-1"

9'-4"

10'-3"

+ 8’-6”

+/- 0’

D2

4'-2"

D2

D2

D2

10'-5"

10'-4"

1 2 1 1

2'-11"

20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11

3'-9"

31'-2"

GARAGE

B

D2

3'

5'-9"

W2

8'-9"

18'-11"

19'

19'

3'-8"

11'-4"

5'-7"

11'-6"

11'-6"

9'-2"

D3

15'-2"

10'-7"

9'-2"

11'-4"

CAR ELEV ELEV VA ATOR A TOR POR PO RT

D4

9'

15'-6"

3'-10"

16'-9"

16'

38'

C

3'-8"

C

20'-5"

D

1'-3"

6'-7"

2'-8"

CAFE

51'-11"

2'-8"

W2

2'

4 1 2 1

4'-5"

D2

50'-11"

KITCHEN

3'-6"

2'-1"

14'-5"

D2

10"

1 2 3 1

9'-9"

1 2 3 1

4'

4'

D1

50'-9"

50'-9"

1 2 3 1

10"

W1

A ATRIUM

2'-8"

LOBBY

23'-11"

14'-5"

3'-6"

27'-10"

5'-3"

52'

4'-5"

6'-7"

23'-11"

D

11'-9"

13'-1"

Description

No.

41'

9'-6"

9'-6"

11'-11"

5'-7"

7'-1"

1 2 3 4

Light Stained Concrete

1 2

White Ceramic Tile

Black Slate Tile White Oak Hardwood Porcelain Tile

28'-9"

22'

Wall Finishing

20'-2" 8'-1"

12'-11"

ENTRANCE

12'-11"

3 2 1 1

8'-1"

12'-10"

ENTRANCE

12'-8"

12'-8"

12'-3"

SECURITY

1 2 3 1

D1

D1

W1

W1

W2

20'-11"

19'

6'-5"

8'-1"

D4

W3

W3

D1 W3

W2

20'-11"

6'-5"

1'-1"

W2

W1

2'-10"

19'

D4

3'-3"

W1

1'-1"

6'-5"

D1

D1

W1

W1

W2

W2

Natural Stone Tile

Ceiling Finishing White Gypsum Porcelain Tile

2'-7"

8'-1"

D1

2'-7"

1'-1"

6'-5"

2'-6"

21'-3" 7'

White Gypsum Porcelain Tile

1 2

1 2 3 1

W1 23'-11"

Stainless Steel

1 2 3

D1

D1

E

D4

19'

19'

2'-2"

21'-3"

3'-5"

25'-11"

6"

D1

D1

2'-1"

25'-1"

25'-1"

25'-11"

23'-11"

D2 3'

1 2 1 1

Skirt Finishing

20'-7"

8'

GYMNASIUM

Date

Floor Finishing

16'-11"

E

W1

Prepared for:

10"

23'-10"

8"

6'-11"

1'-1"

6'-2"

8'-1"

6'-3"

9'-6"

12'-4"

32'-9"

1'-3"

7"

19'-3"

2'-9"

19'-3"

6" 1'-3"

21'-9"

21'-9"

6'-2"

8'-1"

6'-3"

1'-3"

20'-6"

1'-1"

The Icon Companies 444 E Genesee St. Apartments

22'-3"

21'-9"

141'-11"

Ground Floor Detail Drawing

Project No.

001

Date

May 1st Chris Autera and Ian Mulich

Drawn By Checked By

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8 1’

2’

Scale

1: Typical Detail Floor Plan

2: Ground Floor Detail Plan

Tarek Rakha

5’

10’

1’ - 0” = 3/32”


P. 17

Selldorf Architects Workshop

LED BY: Sara Lopergolo A one day charrette to design a West Chelsea gallery. Inverting the Manhattan block typology to expose typically private culture to the public.

View looking west on W 22nd Street


P. 18

Front Perspective


P. 19

Art Storage

Art Storage

Book Store

Gallery

Gallery Offices

Ground

Reception BA M

M

Art Storage Art Storage

2

Roof Terrace

Cafe

BA M

Workshop Art Storage

Green Roof

Private Showroom

BA M

Plans

3


P. 20 Art Workshop Art Storage

4

Gallery

BA M

Gallery

Art Storage

5

Gallery

BA M

Plans


P. 21

Syracuse Green Center

IN COLLABORATION WITH: Ricardo Rodriguez PROFESSOR: Daekwon Park, Studio An intervention around the Syracuse Creek to expand urban parkland, activate community space and promote urban agriculture.

1

2

1: Interior Render

2: Site Model

3: 1/32� Model

3


P. 22 1

2

1: Context Analysis

2: Formal Development


P. 23

1

2

1: West Elevation

2: Section


P. 24 1

2

1: 3rd Floor Plan

2: Ground Floor Plan


P. 25

Repository Di Michelangelo

IN COLLABORATION WITH: Ian Masters PROFESSOR: Luca Ponsi, Studio Consolidating the dispersed works of Michelangelo in Forte di Belvedere, the museum plays off the form of the star fort typology while creating a picturesque sequence to view the art. 1

RDM 2

1: Site Render

2: Interior Render


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1

7 6 8

3

2

1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

2

Interior / Exterior Discontinuity

Fileted Rooms Angled Hallways

Lightwell Slippage

Tease and Detour 3

1: Art Sequence

2: Formal Ruleset

3: Exploded Axonometric


P. 27

1

2

1: Site Axon

2: Interior Render


P. 28 1

2

1: Plan

2: Section


P. 29

New York State Fair Grounds

PROFESSOR: Jonathan Louie, Studio A new entrance to the New York State Fairgrounds, the sequence follows successive gateways from heaviness to lightness. 1

2

1: Concept Diagrams

2: Long Section


P. 30

Arch of Constantine (315 CE)

New York State Fair Original Gate (1900 CE)

Arc de Triomphe (1806 CE)

New York State Fair Current Gate (2015 CE)

200 ft

Arch of Constantine 315 CE Rome, Italy -Commemorated Constantine’s victory in the battle of the Milvian Bridge -Stood along victory route between Campus Martius and the Forum Romanum -Incorporates decorative spolia from Emperors: Trajan, Hadrian, and Marcus Auralius -Brick and marble facing

Gate

Typology

Comparison

Concept Diagram (s)

1

150 ft

100 ft

Arc de Triomphe 1806 CE Paris, France -Built to commemorate those who fought in French Revolution and Napoleanic Wars -Names of French Victories and generals inscribed across monument -Located along the monumental Axe Historique between the Grande Arche and the Louvre -Limestone and iron

50 ft

0 ft 0 ft

Gate Scale

50 ft

100 ft

200 ft

150 ft

250 ft

300 ft

350 ft

400 ft

New York State Fair Original Gate 1900 CE Syracuse, NY, USA -Located at center north of fair grounds -Built in Neo-Classical Doric Style -Wood and brick

New York State Fair Original Gate 2015 CE Syracuse, NY, USA -Painted wood siding and steel

Comparison

Dissolving

Poche...

. ..

...

2

1: Site Axon

2: Site Plan


P. 31

Density

Lagos Paris Agege Intervention (Average population per acre 2013)

1. Popincourt: 168.3 2. Ménilmontant: 129.7 3. Butte Montmartre: 127.1 4. Entrepôt: 124.2 5. Temple: 121.3 6. Batignolles Monceau: 114.4 7. Buttes Chaumont: 111.6 8. Vaugirard: 110.6 9. Opéra: 108.6 10. Gobelins: 102.6 11. Observatoire: 96.9 12. Panthéon: 96.5 13. Luxembourg: 84.9 14. Bourse: 84.4 15. Hôtel-de-Ville: 72.3 16. Palais-Bourbon: 54.8 17. Élysée: 40.3 18. Louvre: 39.2 19. Passy: 37.1 20. Reuilly: 34.2

PROFESSOR: Elizabeth Kamell, Urban Housing Elective Examining the urban strategies of Haussmann’s Paris, I propose an intervention in contemporary Lagos to provide infrastructure and public space while minimizing disruption of dense urban fabric. Population: 2,229,621 (2013) Average Urban Density: 85 (2013)

United Kingdonm

Belgium

Paris

Germany

Paris

Switzerland France

1

Population: 2,229,621 (2013) Average Urban Density: 85 (2013)

Italy

References - 2013 "Résumé statistique – Département de Paris (75)" (in French) Spain

3. Butte Montmartre 7. Buttes Chaumont

6. Batignolles Monceau

9. Opéra

4. Entrepôt

17. Élysée 14. Bourse 18. Louvre

19. Passy 16. Palais-Bourbon

2. Ménilmontant

5. Temple

1. Popincourt 15. Hôtel-de-Ville

13. Luxembourg 12. Panthéon

8. Vaugirard

11. Observatoire

1. Popincourt

Agege / Lagos / Nigeria Floor Area Ratio: ≈1.5 Density: ≈166.2 people per acre Average Unit Size: ≈17 people

1: Research

2: Site Axon

10. Gobelins

2. Ménilmontant

20. Reuilly

3. Butte Montmartre

NORTH

2


Lagos

1. Makoko: 1,762 2. Ajeromi Ifelodun: 224.5

Population: 8,000,000 (2006) - 16,000,000 (2012) Average Urban Density: 58.6

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3. Agege: 166.2 4. Mushin: 146.5 5. Somulu: 141.08

Lagos

6. Lagos Island: 97.9 Niger

Chad

Nigeria

Benin Abuja

1

7. Surulere: 88.7

Population: 16,000,000 (2012) 8. Lagos mainland: 66 Average Urban Density: 58.6 (2012) 9. Apapa: 33 References

Lagos

-2006 Population Census. National Bureau of Statistics of Nigeria. May 2007 NOTE: census is widely considered innacurate and hugely underestimating Cameroon

Alim Osha Kosofe

Ijede

Alimosho Osorum

Oshido Isolo

4. Mushin

5. Somolu

8. Lagos Mainland

Ojo

7. Surulere

Amuwo Odofin Bassa

2. Ajeromi Ifelodun

9. Apapa

Lagos Lagoon 1. Makoko

6. Lagos Island

Eti Osa

Atlantic Ocean

1.Makoko

DISPLACEMENT PLACE 1 PLACE 2

11 Units 187 People

2.Ajeromi Ifelodun

3.Agege

NORTH

5 Units 85 People

Major Node

-1st Floor: Public Lavatories -2nd Floor: School/ Community center -Upper Floors: Residential -PV panels on roof

Market Area

-Common space -Connective outer perimeter -Market Stall inner perimeter -Displaced resident housing above -PV panels on roof

Connective Tissue -Raised Walkway -Plug in Electrical Line -Plug in Sewage Line -Streetlights -PV panels on roof

1: Research

2: Intervention Site Axon

2


P. 33

Syracuse Branch Library

PROFESSOR: Joseph Godlewski, Studio Exploring the past and future role of the library, I developed a program that combines the dynamic needs of a contemporary municipal library with the long-term goal of knowledge preservation.

Chris Autera_Arc 208_1A_Repository of Physical Media

Graphic Narrative


1

P. 34

Millennia Library Chris2Autera

Quiet Reading Room

Intermediate Reading Room

Central Archive Event Space

Long Section

1: Site Axon 2: Section

Circulation Intersection

Staff Offices / Checkout

Circulation Intersection

Wash Closet

Work Room


P. 35 Millennia Library Chris Autera

Floor 3

Quiet Reading Area

Circulation Core

Archive

Computer Access Area

Roof Terrace

Floor 2

Intermediate Reading Area / Stacks

Circulation Core

Archive

Staff Offices / Checkout

Floor 1

Event Space

Circulation Core

Inner Atrium

Workroom

Circulation Intersection

Archive

Bathrooms

Cafe / Soup Kitchen

Site Plan

Floor Plans

NORTH 8 Feet


P. 36


P. 37

ACMA Fiberglass Challenge

IN COLLABORATION WITH: O. Humphrey, D. Li and K. Perry II PROFESSOR: Daekwon Park, Independent Study Experimenting with the materiality of fiberglass to develop a module that is scalable across multiple programs. 1

2

1: Final Construction

2: Formal Explorations


P. 38

1: Process Documentation

2: Material Aspects


P. 39

Other Work

Sketch of Chiesa Dell’Autostrada (Michelucci 1964), Florence, Professor Kyle Miller and Luca Ponsi


P. 40

Sketch of Santa Maria dei Miracoli (Lombardo 1489), Venice, Professor Kyle Miller and Luca Ponsi


P. 41

1

2

1: Speculative Diagram, Fall 2nd Year, Professor Jonathan Louie

2: Personal Artwork


P. 42

Personal Artwork


P. 43

Personal Artwork


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Berglund Architects SUMMER 2017

1

NOTE: ALL WOOD FRAMING TO BE PRESSURE TREATED

US Mail Only: Physical / Fede Village Blvd, B Edwards, Colo (970) 926 4301 hans@berglun www . berglund

COPPER FENCE CAP

DUROCK CEMENT BOARD

FLEEGER RESIDENCE

3/4" WOOD SIDING

3 A6.7

WOOD TRIM AT CORNERS BEYOND

2" 7"

AIR CONDENSER

MAIN LEVEL FLOOR PLAN FINISHED FLOOR 8305' - 2"

8' - 7 1/2"

MAIN LEVEL FLOOR PLAN FINISHED FLOOR 8305' - 2"

2"

1 7/8"

2 A6.7

3/4"

5/8"

3 1/2"

REVISION

No.

ACOUSTIC FENCE COPPER CAP DETAIL 6" = 1'-0"

3

ACOUSTIC FENCE SECTION 1/2" = 1'-0"

1

Revision Dat

ACOUSTIC FENCE ELEVATION 1/2" = 1'-0"

6"

10 7/16"

2

3' - 11 11/16"

1' - 6" CONDENSING UNIT

4' - 7 3/4"

CONDENSING UNIT

2' - 6"

5' - 0" 1' - 6" APROXIMATE LOCATION OF BOULDER WALL BELOW

11' - 4"

4"

5' - 4"

1 A6.7

3 A6.7

CORNER POST ANCHORED IN BOULDER

BUILDING PE 5

3D ACOUSTIC FENCE

4

Issue Date

MAIN LEVEL ACOUSTIC FENCE PLAN 1/2" = 1'-0"

Drawn by Checked by Scale

DET ACOU WA

A6

2

1: Acoustic Fence Detailing, Fleeger Residence

2: Exterior Rendering, Alpine Drive Residence


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COOKFOX Architects

30”

63°

EXCLUDED WINDOW AREA

5’-2”

MODIFIED HEAD HEIGHT

8’-9” HEAD HEIGHT (H)

SUMMER 2016

10’-3” MODIFIED DAYLIGHT ZONE 17’-1” DAYLIGHT ZONE (2H) SOLAR SHADE

LOGGIA

100 VANDAM

TOWER DAYLIGHTING - SECTION C-C

July 26, 2016

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS PACKAGE HAS NOT BEEN VERIFIED, AND NO EXPRESS REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY IS MADE NOR IS ANY TO BE IMPLIED AS TO THE ACCURACY THEREOF, AND IT IS SUBMITTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, AND OTHER CONDITIONS.

LEED Daylighting Certification, 100 Vandam Project

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Lorenzo Guzzini Workshop

IN COLLABORATION WITH: John Mikesh Casting plaster into 4”x 4” forms to create experimental light studies.

Cast Plaster Light Study


P. 48

Christopher Mitchell Autera 201 421 6297 - chrisautera@aol.com issuu.com/chrisautera - www.linkedin.com/in/ChrisAutera

EDUCATION

Syracuse University School of Architecture, Syracuse NY -Bachelor of Architecture -Thesis: Towards a Floating Urbanism -Syracuse University Abroad: New York City, USA Florence, Italy -Founders’ Merit Scholarship -Current Cumulative GPA: 3.364 ( Dean’s List ) -Peer Advisor -AIAS Class Representative

WORK EXPERIENCE

Berglund Architects Edwards, CO - Architecture Intern Revit Construction Drawings / Renders / Site Visits NYCDP: Urban Design Office New York City, NY - Intern Site Analysis and Modeling / Field Studies / Design Charrettes COOKFOX Architects New York City, NY - Architecture Intern LEED Documentation / Construction Drawing / Project Documentation WJCA Architects Franklin Lakes, NJ - Architecture Intern Clerical Work / Construction Drawing / Conceptual Design Ridgewood Country Club Paramus, NJ - Architecture Intern

SKILLS

Class of 2019

Spring 2017 Fall 2018 2015-2016 2014-2015

Summer 2017 Spring 2017 Summer 2016 Summers 2013-2014 Summers 2012-2015

NCARB: AXP Enrolled - 669.75 Hours completed Rhinoceros 64, Revit, Adobe Illustrator CC, Adobe InDesign CC, AutoCAD, Photoshop CS6, Google SketchUp, Microsoft Office, Laser Cutter, Hand Sketching, Hand Modeling

AWARDS

Eagle Scout - Boy Scouts of America

COMMUNITY SERVICE

Volunteer Ski Instructor - Adaptive Sports Foundation, Windham Mountain, NY Volunteer - Upper Ridgewood Community Church Work Camp, Prattsville, NY

ELECTIVES

Urban Design Seminar Postcolonial Spaces Architecture of Revolutions Introduction to Wheel Throwing

ACTIVITIES / INTERESTS

Syracuse University Outing Club ( SUOC ) Ridgewood Crew ( High School ) Adventure Leadership Peer Support ( ALPS ) ( High School ) Drawing, Hiking, Caving, Skiing, Current Events, History

2012

Winters 2012-2015 2011

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