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MARK WILSON selected work as of 2012


SHOWROOM FOR RIEDEL GLASS

SIZE: 20,000 square feet CLENT: European manufacturer & retailer of stemware CONCEPT: Stemware/Product as Vehicle for Sparkle (lambertian materials environment as a background) LOCATION: 9th Avenue and 15th Street, Mahattan, NY PARTNERS: Sirada Kuvelibich & Maflada Kamber

RENDERINGS OF SHOWROOM The showroom was designed around a display module, made of glass and corten steel, that used the same sources to direct light upward to product, and downward for circulation.


LIFE-SIZE MOCK-UPS: DISPLAY MODULE (42”x 36”x 36”) FOR SHOWROOM

1st Iteration: 17 NOV. 2010 One T5 Flourescent OBSERVATIONS: adequate illumination, but flat & lacking sparkle

2nd Iteration: 22 NOV. 2010 Three AR70s placed in corners above one T5 flourescent

3rd Iteration: 29 NOV. 2010 same lamp arrangement, but perforations are placed in the tracing paper

OBSERVATIONS: more illumination, two layers of light: ambient and spot; sparkle transfers to the glass

OBSERVATIONS: same as prior, and perforations add nothing but distraction

4th Iteration: 2 DEC. 2010 same lamp arrangement, but perforations are removed, and the 3 AR-70’s are focused onto the same central spot OBSERVATIONS: same effects as in 2nd Iteration, but placement of AR-70S is centralized; we like this best!


B

B

A

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING PLAN SECOND FLOOR PLAN

PANTRY & GATHERING BAR

MEETING ROOM

EMPLOYEE LOUNGE

SECOND FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

A

OPEN OFFICE

DISPLAY & GATHERING SPACE

SHOWROOM

SECTION A

MEETING ROOMS

LIFT LOBBY

LIFT LOBBY

SECTION B


LONG SECTION


COMPETITION ENTRY: AIDS MEMORIAL PARK

RENDERED PLAN

PROCESS

PLAN


SIZE: CLENT: LOCATION: PARTNER:

17,000 sq. ft. park & 10,000 sq. ft. underground memorial not for profit/foundation 7th Avenue and 12th Street, Mahattan, NY Mike Goetz

INSPIRATION & CONCEPT:

In 1991, a group of NY artists, alarmed by the devastation wrought by AIDS on their community, banded together to form “Visual AIDS”. Their goal was to create a free art-piece that would transform the situation. They came up with a little red ribbon looped in the middle, and gave out 3,000 at the Tony Awards. Within months, it became an instantly-recognized symbol associating the wearer with support for fighting AIDS, and has become remembered as marking a turning point in the AIDS crisis. Today, the little red ribbon has achieved iconic status as the instrument that transformed attitudes towards AIDS. We propose to celebrate the ribbon by putting it to yet another transformative use: as an instrument to transform the site into a light-filled memorial & a vibrant community park. The ribbon gestures towards two other icons in the AIDS struggle: extending from St. Vincent’s Hospital, a glass floor at park/street level reveals the ribbon piercing the earth and proceeding in the direction of Stonewall Inn. This glass “reveal” is the intersection point of the ribbon & also the entry to the underground memorial. An elevator & stairs on each side of the glass floor take the visitor to the memorial below. Structural glass supports the ribbon. Large apertures in the ground become light wells that, partially shaded by the ribbon, allow direct sunlight & reflected daylight to penetrate the underground space. A “central courtyard” is created by the ribbon’s loop. Lined with wooden seating, the courtyard is finished in white gravel -- the color of purity & sacrifice, referring to the hundreds of thousands who gave up their lives to AIDS at a time when society ignored & stigmatized their needs. This ellipitcal space, in the shape of a teardrop, and framing the sky, becomes a place for quiet and introspection.

SECTION SHOWING LIGHT PENETRATION INTO BASEMENT


MAGGIE’S CENTER, NYC SIZE: CLENT: LOCATION: CONCEPT:

6,000 sq. ft. over 4 floors cancer support center Northern Dispensary building, Christopher St. & Wayverly Place, West Village, NYC Red at Night & Health (Seratonin Suppression, Meltonin Production), Custom Recessed Wall Sconce as stand-in for Candlelight & marker of Triangular Volume; Desks as Light Shelves

12’

12’

FIRST FLOOR: RECEPTION INITAL MEETINGS PIANO & SINGING

RENDERED RCP

12’

11’


NIGHT & DAY: RENDERED PERSPECTIVES, 1ST FLOOR

1 SEPTEMBER, 5 PM


CUSTOM LUMINARE: RECESSED WALL SCONCE 11-7/8” long one line filament incandescent 40 watts

PHOTOMETRIC ANALYSIS: AGI32

ILLUMINANCE

OBLIQUE ILLUMINANCE

PSEUDOCOLOR

LUMINANCE

OBLIQUE LUMINANCE

OBLIQUE PSEUDOCOLOR

ILLUMINANCE


LUMINARE DESIGN: INCANDESCENT PENDANT


LUMINARE DESIGN: FLOOR WASHER


RENDERING OF FLOOR WASHER

MOCKUP


EXAMPLES OF HAND DRAWING


COFFEE TABLE

SCALE MODEL

PROCESS


RENOVATION OF TWO BEDROOM COTTAGE

SIZE: CLENT: CONCEPT: LOCATION:

1,400 square feet retired couple English Cottage by the Sea Laguna Beach, California

The house had not been renovated in 25 years. The bathrooms were especially dilapidated.

The

renovation of the interiors included lighting, spaceplanning, art, finishes, furniture, fixtures, audio equipment, and appliances. The client liked the eclectic & relaxed qualities of English style, and, since the house was close to the ocean, we conceptualized a narrative summarized as “English Cottage by the Sea.� We unified the finishes, put dark wood on all floors, and used textured wallcoverings on most walls.

VIEW

RIGHT: Two small bedrooms were combined into one grand scale Master Bedroom. I designed the bed, which is upholstered in a Jim Thompson fabric.


LIVING ROOM Views of Mt. Wilson and a 200acre nature park dominate every room. Celebrating the views, therefore, was the main idea behind the design decisions. This included putting a dark gray stain on the blond maple floor, and a warm toast-colored silk on the walls. Both moves served to highlight the graygreen outdoor palatte of the nature reserve. IN PROCESS

To bring light into the stairwell & floor below, I designed wood & glass baluster. Above the stairwell was a 14� deep soffit with plastic plants. It turned out to contain gas pipes, which we relocated into the ceiling joists, allowing us to install a pendant chandelier. We reimagined a dated & overscale fireplace/media-center in stainless steel, Carrara marble, & white paint.

BEFORE


HOME OFFICE

OUTDOOR DECK

Formerly a closet, the new home office features custom cabinetry (hiding a fax/ scanner/printer & filing), new lighting, and a radiant floor.

Outdoor seating (for 6 to 8) was inspired by Japanese Hibachi. A new marble slab was cut for the clients’ old Saarinen table.


Three small rooms, including a changing room, were combined into one Master Bath. The new room includes closets, heated floor & towel warmer, bathing tub with bubbles and jets, and a frameless glass shower with alcove shelving & pull-out seating.

ANTHROPOSOPHICAL SOCIETY SIZE: 2,000 sq. ft. CLENT: non-profit foundation LOCATION: Pasadena, California CONCEPT: energy-efficiency, restoration of ceiling plane, ambient & focal light I was asked to design and oversee installation of new lighing for a beautifully proportioned auditorium/performance space. The job had to be competed in 4 weeks (for a conference of 100 persons.) One outstanding feature of the space was its 25 ft. high wooden ceiling, unfortunately obstructed by hanging light boxes (below left). The light from these boxes was cold and flat; the detail on the back wall could not be seen (below right).

RIGHT: 70 new 50 watt MR16s (infrared) on ceiling-mounted track uplift the room & restore the integrity of the ceiling, allowing both ambient & focal light.

BEFORE

AFTER: DETAIL, BACK WALL


ENTRANCE TO AUDITORIUM

INTERIOR OF BOOKSTORE

Previously lit by two omnidirectional globes, the lighting was dim and flat. Now, four directional MR 16s pick out architecutural detail & provide more than enough light for egress.

Window displays were dark at night, so the client asked for nightime illumination. Wallmounted MR-16s controlled on a timer did the trick.


F.I.T. STUDENT CENTER

MODEL PHOTO (above): Direct sunlight enters thru 18” thick hexagonal apertures in the south wall.

CONCEPT (below): We were inspired by

the above image, where two of R. Kelly’s lighting effects, “ambient luminescence” & “focal glow”, have equal play. This created possibilities for a full range of tonalities, & for contrasting “hard/sharp” against “soft/ diffuse” qualities of light. The goal was to create a rich play of light for the dynamic life of t he F ashion I nstitute o f Technology’s Student Center.


SHADING DEVICE SCHEDULING

SITE PLAN, VIEW DIAGRAM & REFLECTANCE VALUES OF SURROUNDING BUILDINGS

SPRING EQUINOX

et Stre 30th

AIR SPACE TO NORTH OF MASSING

JAN et Stre 29th

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

SUMMER SOLSTICE

JUN

AUTUMN EQUINOX

JUL

AUG

SEPT

PRIMARY BUILDING OCCUPANCY PERIOD

WINTER SOLSTICE

OCT

NOV

DEC

PRIMARY BUILDING OCCUPANCY PERIOD PRIMARY BUILDING COOLING PERIOD IN NYC (>55째F OUTSIDE TEMP.)

SITE

SOUTH FACADE GLASS 100% SHADED 50% SHADED

50% SHADED

8th

ue Aven

N

et Stre 28th

27th

R 10% R 38%

et Stre

R 65%

R 32%

SUN PATH/ OVERSHADOWING/SURROUNDING REFLECTANCES

N

R 32%

N

R 10%

R 38% R 10%

R 16%

R 22%

R 60%

SIZE: 65,000 square feet CLENT: Fashion Institute of Technology LOCATION: 28th Street between 8th & 9th Avenues, NYC PARTNER: Ryan Fischer

R 60%

BRIEF: Future FIT Building on 28th Street (SHoP Architects)

The challenge was to design a daylight-sensitive building, from massing to fenestration, in an urban in-fill lot surrounded by buildings of varying heights, attractiveness, & refectances. We chose to obstruct 100% sunlight at the worst case sun angle of 36 degrees, which occurs on Mar. 11 & Oct. 1 at 3 pm.

R 65%

R 22%

100% Shading Mask

R 60%

R 60%

SOUTHERN VIEW CORRIDOR ABOVE F.I.T. BUILDING

SHADING MASK FOR OVERHEATED PERIOD (>55 째 OUTSIDE TEMP.)

R 65%

W

E

W

E

Worst-Case Profile Angle:

36째 March 11/ October 1 @ 3PM

R 16%

R 60%

S

S


MASSING, FENESTRATION & LIGHT CRITERIA

MASSING DEVELOPMENT

FACADE DIAGRAM

TARGET LIGHTING DESIGN CRITERIA

SPACE TYPES Classrooms Offices Lounges Meeting Rooms Library Stacks Gallery

DAYLIGHT AUTONOMY

40 - 50%

LIGHTING POWER ILLUMINANCE DENSITY

20-30 fc

2

1-1.4 W/ft

SPACE TYPES Studios Cafe Entry Lounges Study Area

DAYLIGHT AUTONOMY

50 - 60%

LIGHTING POWER ILLUMINANCE DENSITY

10-50 fc

2

1-1.7 W/ft


SHADING DEVICE TYPICAL FENESTRATION, 2ND FLOOR, LIBRARY 18” THICK SOUTH-FACING WALL WITH HEX-CELL BAFFLE SHADING GLASS OF 75% & 50% TRANSMISSIVITY

6”

6”

Shading Device

Shading Device Air Space for Electric TVis

4’ 12’

Glazing with Mullions

50%

TVis 75%

Air Space TVisfor Electric

10”

36°

4’ 12’

View Access (View access) (No Shading)

WINDOW MULLION ELEVATION TYPICAL SECTION - SOUTH FACADE

SHADING DEVICE “MESH” ELEVATION

50%

Glazing with Mullions

TVis 75%

10”

36° View Access (No Shading)

(View access)

WINDOW MULLION SHADING DEVICE “MESH” COMBINED ELEVATION ELEVATION ELEVATION TYPICAL SECTION - SOUTH FACADE

4’

TVis 50%

12’ TVis 75% COMBINED WINDOW MULLION ELEVATION ELEVATION MODEL PHOTOS


BUILDING REFLECTANCE : 16%

BUILDING REFLECTANCE : 60%

BUILDING REFLECTANCE : 60%


DAYLIGHT/ELECTRIC LIGHT INTEGRATION, 2ND FLOOR ELECTRIC LIGHTING DESIGN, LIBRARY, LIBRARY, 2ND FLOOR FISCHER/WILSON | LIGHTING STUDIO 2 | SPRING 2011

SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0” T 10

1

76 40 30 fc

OS

T

7

14

DS

13

11 UP

ELEV

ELEV

ELEV

UP

T

1

4

5

OS

$

12 OS

3

DN

$

66 35 40 fc

UP

T

2

$

OS

ELEV

OS

$

OS

86 46 20 fc

$ DS

DS

N T

6

9 8

FIXTURE KEY:

DAYLIGHT AUTONOMY AT SINGLE POINT: PRIMARY DAYLIGHT ZONE DAYLIGHT HARVESTING CONTROLS 86 = % OF DAYLIGHT HOURS SECONDARY DAYLIGHT ZONE

46 = % OF 24 HOURS 20 fc = TARGET ILLUMINANCE CRITERIA

DECORATIVE PENDANT (CFL)

LINEAR FLUORESCENT

EXTERIOR LED GRAZER

PATTERN PROJECTOR (HALOGEN)

STEP LIGHT (LED)

DS DAYLIGHT SENSOR

OS OCCUPANCY SENSOR

1 STACKS

T

T ASTRONOMIC TIME CLOCK

4

2 STUDY AREA

5

3 LOUNGE

7

11 12 FIRE STAIRS: luminaire-integrated

8

13 14 RESTROOMS

10

$

SWITCHED LOCALLY

ELEVATOR ENTRY

6 STEP LIGHTS WALL SCONCES

9 EXTERIOR FACADE LIGHTING EFFECTS PROJECTORS CIRCULATION DESK STUDY TABLES

RENDERED RCP


DAY & NIGHT SECTIONS: LIBRARY, 2ND FLOOR

ILLUMINANCE (FC)

600

500

400

300

200

100

COMBINED

50

DAYLIGHT

20

ELECTRIC LIGHT

0


LA

LED

FC

CUSTOM LUMINAIRES

LB

�����W ��GH���G E�FECT

�����W ��GH���G E�FECT

LED ��S��M L�D

LB

LC LED PA

ST�P ��GHT (�R�E)

LED

LC

��S��M L�D ST�P ��GHT (�R�E)

LED H�X-���L �AF�LE

�R�E L�D ����LE �O ����GHT ����L ��ST H�X ������S ��S��M P����NT ��B�A�Y/����S����S ��UR�E: 2 � ��L 28�

CFL

H�X-���L �AF�LE �IF��SER

EA

�R�E L�D ����LE �O ����GHT ����L ��ST H�X ������S

EA

������G ��N�AR ���UR�S��NT W/ �NT�G�AT�D O�����NCY S���O�S ���AR ��GH���G) ������G (�Y ��N�AR

FLUOR

FLUORWA

���UR�S��NT W/ �NT�G�AT�D��S��M SC�N�E O�����NCY COR���O�S S���O�S (�Y ���AR ��GH���G)

��UR�E: 1 � ��L 13�

CFL

���W/ ����GHT

�R�E ����LE

18”

UOR��N�AR ���OR�S��NT

�P/���N G�AZER �ITH ��S��M H�X-���L �IF��SER

FD FD

FLUOR����P���AR �IRECT

FLUOR

���OR�S��NT P����NT �ITH ��S��M ������G ��D H�X-���L �AF�LE

HAL

�����W ��GH���G E�FECT

LED

LB LED

�NT�G�AT�D O�C S���OR

12”

18”

HAL 12”

FA

FLUOR

H�X-���L ��UVER

FB

��S��M S�A�K-�NT�G�AT�D F�����G P��JEC�OR ��SC���X STE�L ���O # �7413 “��N�YC��B” ��S��M S���Y ���LE ��X�UR�S

12”

��SC���X STE�L ���O FLUOR # �7413 “��N�YC��B”

����L E�FECT �N ������G ���GH��Y �UT OF �O��S

FC FLUOR

FD FLUOR

���W/ ���W/ ����GHT/ ����GHT/ ������GHT ������GHT

12”

12”

12”

�NT�G�AT�D O�C S���OR

12”

FA

����P���AR �IRECT ���OR�S��NT P����NT �ITH ��S��M ������G ��D H�X-���L �AF�LE H�X-���L ��UVER H�X-���L ��UVER

��S��M S�A�K ��S��M S�A�K ��X�UR�S ��X�UR�S

XA HAL

FB

FB 2.75”

��S��M S���Y ���LE ��S��M S���Y ���LE ��X�UR�S ��X�UR�S

FC

�P�N ��P/���IRECT �P�N ��P/���IRECT ��GHT ��GHT ������G ��D ��P ������G ��D ��P

��S��M S�A�K-�NT�G�AT�D F�����G P��JEC�OR

��SC���X STE�L ���O # �7413 “��N�YC��B”

����L E�FECT �N ������G ���GH��Y �UT OF �O��S �P�N �OT��M �P�N �OT��M �OR ���K ��GHT �OR ���K ��GHT H�X �A�TE�N H�X �A�TE�N �PER�UR�S W/A����IC �PER�UR�S W/A����IC �IF��SER BE���D (���W) �IF��SER BE���D (���W) �P�N �OT��M �OR ���K ��GHT

FC

FLUOR FLU

FLUOR FLUOR

�P�N ��P/���IRECT ����L E�FECT �N ������G ��GHT ���GH��Y �UT OF �O��S ������G ��D ��P

LE

12”

FLUOR FLUOR ��N�AR ���OR�S��NT �P/���N G�AZER �ITH ��S��M H�X-���L �IF��SER

LED

FLUOR

������GHT ������GHT

FA

��UR�E: 1 � ��L 13� ��UR�E: 1 � ��L 13�

L

�IF��SER

���W/ ����GHT/ ������GHT

��S��M S�A�K-�NT�G�AT�D 12” F�����G P��JEC�OR

LA

EA

LED H�X-���L �AF�LE ���W/ ���W/ ����GHT ����GHT

CFL

��S��M SC�N�E ��S��M SC�N�E COR���O�S COR���O�S

H�X-���L ��UVER H�X-���L ��UVER W/A����IC �IF��SER �R�E L�D ����LE �O ������G ��N�AR W/A����IC �IF��SER BE���D ����GHT ����L BE���D ��ST ���UR�S��NT W/ H�X ������S �NT�G�AT�D O�����NCY S���O�S (�Y ���AR ��GH���G

�R�E ����LE

2.75”������GHT

��S��M S�A�K ��X�UR�S

CFL

LC

��S��M L�D ST�P ��GHT (�R�E)

18”

WA WA

H�X-���L ��UVER H�X-���L ��UVER W/A����IC �IF��SER W/A����IC �IF��SER BE���D BE���D

2.75”

XA XA

LA

CFL

��UR�E: 2 � ��L 28� ��UR�E: 2 � ��L 28�

�NT�G�AT�D O�C S���OR

�R�E ����LE

��N�AR ���OR�S��NT �P/���N G�AZER �ITH ��S��M H�X-���L �IF��SER

CFL

PA

H�X-���L ��UVER W/A����IC �IF��SER BE���D

H�X-���L ��UVER W/A����IC �IF��SER BE���D

�IF��SER

����P���AR �IRECT ���OR�S��NT P����NT �ITH ��S��M ������G ��D H�X-���L �AF�LE

PA

��S��M P����NT ��S��M P����NT ��B�A�Y/����S����S ��B�A�Y/����S����S

T���GH �OR ���LE T���GH �OR ���LE ����G�M�NT/��GHT ����G�M�NT/��GHT


ELECTRIC LIGHT: LIBRARY AT NIGHT

SUNLIGHT: LIBRARY AT 1 PM


VISUAL COMFORT ANALYSIS: DAYLIGHT GLARE PROBABILITY (DGP) BEFORE SHADING DEVICE

AFTER SHADING DEVICE

LOOKING TOWARDS SOUTH FACADE

ANALYSIS OF AREAS IN VISUAL FIELD ABOVE 10:1 CONTRAST RATIO

SITTING AT A STUDY TABLE

DGP 0.37

DGP 0.38

DGP 0.35

DGP 0.27

GLARE:

ANALYSIS OF AREAS IN VISUAL FIELD ABOVE 2500 CD/M2 (GLARE)

AFTER SHADING DEVICE

BEFORE SHADING DEVICE

GLARE:

DGP 0.28

DGP 0.24

GLARE:

DGP 0.36

GLARE:

DGP 0.25

C. MARK WILSON: PORTFOLIO  

my portfolio of built & theoretical work in lighting & interior design

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