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Catherine Chia Parsons The New School of Design Second year MFA LD ckchia07@gmail.com


Matthew Tanteri, Kimberley Ackert, Nelson Jenkins, Star Davis, Matthew Franks | Group Project with Junkyeong Park | Spring 2011

Daylight Study/Analysis: Academic Center Objective: Explore daylight in relationship to the building’s form, and design the electrical lighting in consideration of daylight. Programs Used: AutoCAD, Photoshop, AGI32, Ecotect and Rhino + Located near Fashion institute of Technology, on 28th street, NYC.

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Conceptual Diagram: Facade / Space Relationship / Inspiration

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2F Library Reflected Ceiling Plan + Custom-made Recessed linear light fixtures provide ambient lighting and emphasize the form of the building. + Circular bookshelves have signage lighting and linear LED fixtures built into each stack. + Circular stacks intended to maximize daylight into space. + Study carrels and group study tables along window facade for exterior view. + Main stairs serve as a visual attraction from the exterior and for convenience.

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1. Book Stacks 2. Individual Study Carrels 3. Group Study Tables 4. Restroom 5. Computer Station

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6. Main Staircase 7. Emergency Staircase 8. Reception 9. Magazine Stacks

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Daylight Penetration + Skylight and Sidelight influences programming + High window to wall ratio increases daylight penetration

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2nd Floor Library: Daytime

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6th Floor Cafeteria


James Fischer & Scott Ritchie | Fall 2011

Electric Lighting & Daylighting Study: Cancer Caring Center Objective: Design for a cancer healing center that embodies the values set forth by the Maggie Center. Programs Used: Ecotect, AutoCAD, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Model Making

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1st Floor Lighting Plan & Fixture Selection

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frosted globe with leds embedded inside

absorb daylight during the day & transmit light out at night

3 inch diameter led path lighting functions to light ground and call attention to sharp table corners

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bamboo strips weaved to incapsulate a compact fluorescent lamp

opaque globe with 3 leds embedded inside to highlight the globe beneath it

6 leds embedded inside for ambient lighting


Craig Bernecker, Glenn Shrum, Amer Maleh | Group Project with Junkyeong Park | Fall 2010

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Architectural lighting: Lighting for an Office Building

Objective: Design the lighting component for NYC LGBT Youth Center while meeting the IESNA lighting requirements. Programs Used: AutoCAD, Photoshop, AGI32, and Rhino Apple Store

+ Located at Chelsea meatpacking district in Manhattan. + Main street is 9th Ave

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+ The lighting in the youth center functions not only to provide ample lighting but also to create a sense of unity within the architecture and community among people + This is achieved in 2 ways: Repetition of architectural form Transparent materials 2nd Floor 9th AVE

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Interactive Spaceda + An interactive area that involves people from both the first and second floor + Light passes through the colored glass on the second floor onto the first floor + People walking on the second floor casts shadow onto the first floor + Section shows light sandwiching and defining rooms and public space creating a dynamic and cozy environment

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Craig Bernecker, Glenn Shrum, Amer Maleh | Group Project with Sarah Kaplan | Fall 2010

Light as a Functional Medium: Human Scale Installation Objective: Develop an understanding of what light can do using actual lighting hardware in a limited full-scale environment. Program used: AGI32, AutoCAD, and Photoshop + Location: 25E 13th Street New York, 3rd Floor + Goal is to direct students and guests through door 1 + Reason being the wall flushed against door 2 is often used as pin up space + Thus, circulation is a key part of the design + Challenge involved numerous existing competing lights that led the viewer in a particular path. + Solution was to create an opposing light source that caught viewer’s attention Door 1

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A. Light Box: Major design component PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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Craig Bernecker, Glenn Shrum, Amer Maleh | Fall 2010

Visual Effects of Lighting Objective: Explore light from a purely visual perspective, first through observation and then through communication and representation in both 2 and 3 dimensions. Exploration: Light can reveal or conceal the texture of a surface + The angle and intensity of light gives form to the edges of the texture, but the texture becomes concealed when light illuminates the surface uniformly + Both light and shadow play an integral part in revealing or concealing the texture of a surface

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Reveal texture Original Inspiration

2-D representational drawings

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Textured surface + The angle of the fixture determines the degree at which the texture is revealed


Collaboration with Paggy Chang, Lilian Lu, Genda Lin | Student Grant Proposal 2011

E-volve: Lighting Proposal for NYC Public Parks Mission: To foster the understanding of the design intersections between nature and technology and to support a heightened sense of responsibility for increasing the sustainability of built environments Objective: Propose a design for a self-sustaining playground that can generate its own power through human intervention Programs Used: Photoshop and Rhino + Grant proposal: Michael Kalil Endowment for Smart Design + Inspiration from PLANYC 2030, “dozen of high quality fields are rendered all but unusable after the sun sets.�

Evening Rendering The act of compression produces energy which is stored in a battery.

Jumping on the outer perimeter circles generates enough energy during the day to power the electric lights in the center

Floor panel generates energy

Research on Renewable Energy


Michael Siminovitch | Fall 2010

Z-Curve Task Light

Objective: design an LED task lamp + competition entry at Light Fair, Las Vegas

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Scale: 3”=1’-0”

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Konstantinos Papamichael | Group Project with Jeanette Kim | Spring 2010

Daylight Study: Dream Spa Objective: design and built a model to better understand daylighting in an interior space Client: Spa treatment center + Used the heliodon to understand light distribution during different times of the year + Experimented with various window types such as clerestory, light shelves, and sky lights + Tested two kinds of window treatments: diffused and clear + The diffused material obliterates the hot spot and discomfort seen in the image of the clear clerestory + Experimented with daylighting during different times of day and orientation Diffused Clerestory

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