Architectural Portfolio

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CHRISTINA YOUNGER Architectural Portfolio



CAL POLY POMONA PROJECTS

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CHRISTINA YOUNGER | ARC 499 | EXERCISE 1: DIAGRAM

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ORANGE COUNTY MARINE MAMMAL RESCUE CENTER

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RANCHO MISSION VIEJO RESERVE INTERPRETATIVE CENTER

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SOL LEWITT MUSUEM

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FISHERMAN’S RETREAT | RE-IMAGINING THE FARNSWORTH HOUSE

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MAGUIRE RESIDENCE | FORGERY IN ARCHITECTURE PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

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ALL DRAWINGS AND WRITTEN MATERIAL APPEARING HEREIN CONSTITUTE ORIGINAL AND UNPUBLISHED WORK OF THE ARCHITECT AND MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED, USED, OR DISCLOSED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT OF ARCHITECT. COPYRIGHTED.


TREEHOUSE | WEST HOLLYWOOD HOUSING This housing proposal caters to the most prevalent demographic in the area: young urban professionals. Natural light and ample amounts of private exterior space became central to the development of this project allowing inhabitants a refuge from the busy lifestyle of Los Angeles. The project consists of one bedroom flats and two bedroom townhouses. Each apartment has an exterior living space accessed through folding glass walls, blurring the line between the interior and exterior. All of the circulation in the project is open air. The breezeway on the second level is punctured by trees allowing fresh air to pass through the walkway on the first level. The light passing through this filter of trees mimics being in a forest as the trees and floor openings create irregular shadows which change throughout the day. Winter-Spring 2017 | Instructor Kevin O’Brian & Gary McGavin | Revit, 3ds Max (Vray), Illustrator and Photoshop



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Townhouses One bedrooms

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ORANGE COUNTY MARINE MAMMAL RESCUE CENTER Awarded honorable mention by the California Sustainability Alliance in June 2016 With a focus on sustainability, this project provides refuge for marine animals affected by natural disasters. Through integration into the sloped landscape, passive systems are used to enable the facility to operate using minimal amounts of energy. The design of the project originated from a figure ground diagram which was used to manipulate the topography of the site as well as generating the form of the shade structure.

Spring 2016 | Instructor Hofu Wu | Revit, Illustrator, Rhino, Photoshop and 3ds Max Vray



Figure ground drawing

Shade structure based on primary wind direction

Topography based on grid intersections


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RANCHO MISSION VIEJO RESERVE INTERPRETATIVE CENTER Studio sponsored by LPA, Irvine CA This Interpretative Center acts as the threshold to the greater Mission Viego Reserve. The goal of the project is to meld building and landscape. Circulation towards the interpretive center follows the natural slopes in order to preserve the landscape. The structure is divided into two primary portions, utility and gathering spaces. Utility areas (restrooms, reception, exhibit, and storage) are all housed in thick concrete structures. The visual weight of these structures, the low profile, and the green roofs are all set into the landscape. The gathering spaces, which function predominantly as classrooms, provide a visual connection to the site as the structure is transparent on three sides.

Fall 2016 | Instructor George Proctor | Revit, CAD, Illustrator, laser cut physical model



Floor Plan


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Bridge Study

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SOL LEWITT MUSEUM This museum, designed for minimalist artist Sol LeWitt, was based on an 11’-6” x 11’-6” module. Using this grid, single cubed volumes became support spaces while larger voids in the system were used for galleries. LeWitt was known for writing instructions rather than creating the artwork himself, therefore his pieces are still being constructed even after his death. A special programmatic feature specific to LeWitt includes a workshop where volunteers can come and create LeWitt originals. This workshop faces the street, placing emphasis on the process of creating the artwork.

Winter 2016/Winter 2018 | Instructor Juintow Lin and Sarah Lorenzen | Revit, Illustrator and Photoshop


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FISHERMAN’S RETREAT | RE-IMAGINING THE FARNSWORTH HOUSE The Farnsworth House is an iconic steel structure, however this proposal re-imagines the house in wood. The project takes influence from Peter Zumthor’s wood projects. A key difference in this wood interpretation of the Farnsworth House is the more concentrated repetition of the wood structure, as opposed to the eight steel columns used by Mies. Although the wood is more dense than the steel, the slender profile of the columns still maintains a minimal aesthetic. In addition to the material change, this project proposes a new site: Lofoten, Norway. This site was chosen because it is known to be a prominent fishing area. This structure would be built in a secluded area of Lofoten, providing a quiet escape and sanctuary for local fisherman. In the spring months, the operable glass facade can be opened to allow for gentle breezes to pass through the house. Under this context, the wood not only aids in the structure’s thermal insulation, but also responds to the vernacular architecture. Spring 2017 | Instructor Katrin Terstegen | Rhino (Vray), Illustrator and Photoshop




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MAGUIRE RESIDENCE | FORGERY IN ARCHITECTURE Tobey Maguire, after his rise to stardom as Spiderman, wanted to distinguish himself among his acting colleges. Tobey had recently heard of the Pritzker Prize, the highest honor an architect could receive. An award winning architect’s house design would certainly distinguish the Maguire name! Peter Zumthor was the most recent winner of this prize, so Maguire reached out to see if Zumthor would be interested in designing his new house. Soon after this, Peter Zumthor sat down to have lunch with Michael Govan, the director of LACMA, to discuss the Zumthor addition to the museum. Govan encouraged Zumthor to take on Tobey Maguire’s new house design. Zumthor was hesitant, he did not want the reputation of becoming an architect for the stars. He wanted to construct good, honest work, in no way flashy, work that had a timeless quality. However, after the encouragement of Govan and his children, Peter decided to take on the project. Fall 2017 | Instructor Robert Alexander | Revit, CAD, Illustrator, physical models


Project prompt: select an architect whose work they admire (or are repulsed by) and seek to understand the particular ticks, repetitive vocabulary, consistent themes, color, materials, representational methods and formulate a “new� work based on this analysis. Although a true story, these pages chronicle the imagined correspondence between Tobey Maguire and Peter Zumthor. All models, drawings, and text are a fabrication, emulating the architectural language of Peter Zumthor.


TM: Hey Peter!

December 4, 2010 at 9:33 AM

My wife Jennifer and I really admire your work, we especially enjoyed our visit to the Thermal Baths last fall on a way back to the States, we found the baths very refreshing and rejuvenating. We heard through the friend a of a friend that you will be in LA discussing the plans for the new LACMA design. We would be very interested in discussing the possibility of you designing our new house in Brentwood. We would to take you to lunch when you’re out here! All the best, Tobey

TM: Peter!

January 17, 2011 at 4:13 AM

So glad Michael convinced you to meet with us last week, we’re really excited about the prospect of you designing our house. We’re booking our plane tickets now as we prepare to come see your work. Looking forward to seeing you soon! Best, Tobey

TM: Peter!

AUGUST 12, 2011 at 1:49 AM

It was so fantastic visiting your projects over the last two weeks! Jenn and I are really inspired by the way your buildings create relaxing spaces. We are eagerly waiting for your decision!! Best! Tobey

PZ: Dear Tobey,

September 7, 2011 at 9:47 AM

After your keen interest in my work, and eager attitude while visiting my buildings and studio in Haldenstein, I have decided to take on the task of designing your new house. I will be in Los Angeles in the month of January next year, at which point we can meet to visit the property. Sincerely, PZ


TM: Dear Peter,

September 7, 2011 at 10:00 AM

We are excited and humbled by the opportunity to live in one of your masterpieces. We are attaching the map our agent provided so you can get a good idea of what we’re dealing with. The last firm we were talking too suggested that the best way to design this site would be to create large circular buildings. We generally prefer rectangular houses with modern lines (as we saw in the Baths!). Please keep that in mind when you think of our project. Tobey

PZ: Dear Tobey and Jennifer, Attached you will see our proposal for your new home. An emotive space is critical for this project. The site requires the living space be grounded and firm, thus I have provided you with a cementous fortress with penetrations which allow light, air, and planting to flow through. You will find attached a sketch and model photos. PZ

Model constructed using cardboard, drywall mud and paraffin wax


TM: Peter,

September 20, 2012 at 11:42 PM

Writing on behalf of Tobey and Jennifer. They had their hearts set on a rectangular “modern” house, with a play area for their kids as well as the regulation sized basketball court for Tobey’s game nights as well as a workspace for Jenn to work on her jewelery. After reviewing the images you sent we see that these things mentioned have been omitted from the design you sent. Please make the required updates so we can move forward on the process. Oliver Smith Personal Assistant to Tobey Maguire

PZ: Dear Oliver,

December 8, 2012 at 6:44 AM

Please inform Tobey that my initial design fully satisfies the atmospheric suggestions of the site. We will try to integrate some of the features mentioned, without compromising the emotive space we are seeking. PZ

PZ: Dear Tobey,

February 12, 2013 at 9:30 AM

New proposal model and sketches attached. PZ

TM: Hello Peter,

February 14, 2013 at 2:37 AM

You have understood our concept for the modern aesthetic we are looking for! However, Jennifer and I have a strong hesitation towards so many curves. We have worked with architects who tried to integrate curves in the past which was part of the reason we decided to change architects. Could you do a design without curves? Tobey

Model constructed using chipboard and basswood


PZ: Tobey,

March 21, 2013 at 3:22 PM

We have taken your “no curve” concept and developed a much different scheme. This proposal integrates the house into the topography of the site. See attached. PZ

TM: Hello Peter,

June 23, 2013 at 9:35 PM

So happy to finally see the curves gone!!! Quite honestly I’m a bit confused about the model photos, looks to me like a concrete bunker with no windows or natural light. Not really the retreat Jen and I were hoping for. Do you think you could design an option with a more typical shape (above ground haha) and with perhaps a few more windows?? Thanks a million! Tobey -

PZ: Dear Tobey,

August 31, 2013 at 6:22 AM

It is interesting to me that you do not embrace the concept of a concrete cast house. At the front edge of the building there is a change of perception. The outside world penetrates through large openings and merges into the carved-out system of caverns. We have been working on a new proposal with more windows as you say, we will be in contact when I am in LA next month. PZ

Model constructed using foam and cement


TM: Hello Peter,

November 13, 2013 at 7:56 AM

Great to see you yesterday! As Jen and I mentioned we really like the concept of a peaceful wooden home, however, as we discussed, we would be interested in seeing more windows throughout to surround our home in natural light. We’d also be interested in seeing a plan with the basketball court integrated! Tobey

PZ: Dear Tobey,

November 30, 2014 at 6:15 AM

I will be in Los Angeles to meet with the LACMA design comity in January. I have an updated design to show you and Jennifer. PZ

TM: Peter!!!

February 1, 2015 at 2:07 AM

We love the new design!!! We are super excited about the prospect of a completely white home. We just visited the new Broad museum in LA where we saw a similar white facade to the one you are proposing. Looking forward to moving forward with this process now that we have the concept set. Best, Tobey

PZ: Dear Tobey,

October 8, 2015 at 5:13 AM

Glad to hear it. We have been working on the design and choosing materials. I was speaking with Annalisa about the overall atmosphere we are attempting to achieve. We were discussing the construction of the floor. I was totally convinced that the floor was not to be done in wood, because everything else was already wood. I thought of something mineral, a kind of stone, but she said “wood.” We put wood in the model and it worked incredibly. The good buildings of LA are 90 percent private residences, not public buildings like in Europe. This house is an easy-going house, it is elegant and light and nonpretentious. It’s not a show-off piece. There should be vegetation because, as you know, I love gardens and the city’s a beautiful place to grow things. PZ

Model constructed using basswood, foam, and cement


TM: Dear Peter,

January 6, 2017 at 9:07 PM

As you may have heard, Tobey and Jenn got officially divorced last fall. Due to the split, Tobey wanted me to let you know that he will not be proceeding with the Brentwood house design. The process of working with you was something that Tobey and Jennifer had worked on together for their growth as a family. Mr Maguire is looking to purchase a property in West Hollywood by designed by world renowned architect Clive Wilkinson which is better suited to his needs at this time. I think I speak for Tobey and Jennifer both when saying that they greatly enjoyed the process of working with you. Mr Maguire hopes that you may have the opportunity to work together again in the future. Best wishes, Meghan Jones Personal Assistant to Tobey Maguire

Model constructed using cork and drywall mud


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REDONDO BEACH HOUSING Designed and drawn during the summer of 2015 this housing project is currently under construction, and should be completed by next year. My role in this project included participation in the design meetings, coordinating with engineers and building department officials, and drawing construction documents. The project was first designed in Sketchup, and then transfered into Revit for the construction documents.

Summer 2015 | Muller Architecture + Planning | Revit and Sketchup


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C

GL 1

CP 1

CP 1

WD 1

WD 2

MTL 1

MTL 2

WOOD FENCING & GUARDRAIL MFR: TBD SPECIES: REDWOOD - STAIN TO MATCH WD-1 SIZE: 1 X 6 PLANKS

WOOD SIDING MFR: GL THERMORY CP USA 1 WHITE ASH 1 - STAINED SPECIES: SIZE: 1 X 6 - C20 SQUARE EDGE W. 1/4" REVEAL INSTALL: PACS SYSTEM

WD 2

MTL WD 1 2

A

WALL FINISHES - EXTERIOR

WD 1

CP 1 WD 2 WD 1

B

FINISH LEGEND

CMU 2 GL 1

CP 1

CMU 1

ELEVATION 1 EAST 1/4" = 1'-0" WD 2

CP 1

METAL ENTRY BOX MFR: TBD MATERIAL: 1/2" THK BLACKENED STEEL

METAL PANEL @ EYEBROW MFR: DRI-DESIGN MATERIAL: VMZINC SIZE: 24 X 72 W. 1/2" PANEL FINISH: JOINTS SYSTEM DEPTH: ANTHRA ZINC 1.5MM 1 1/4" NOMINAL

CMU 2

FINISH: POWDER COATED COLOR: BLACK

CEMENT PLASTER MFR: TBD STYLE: TBD NO: TBD COLOR: TBD

CON 1

CONCRETE MFR: TBD STYLE: TBD NO: TBD COLOR: TBD

CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT MFR: TBD STYLE: TBD NO: TBD COLOR: TBD

CMU 2

CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT MFR: TBD STYLE: TBD NO: TBD COLOR: TBD

WD 1 MTL 1 9/30/17

WD 2 MTL 1 F

E

D

C

GL 1 CP 1 WD 1

CON 1

MTL 2

CON 1

CP 1

CON 1

CP 1 MTL 2

B

WD 1

CP 1

GL 1

CON 1

CP 1

CON 1

MTL 2

CP 1

CON 1

CON 1 CP 1

MTL 1 12/2/2015 1:45:24 AM

A

CMU 1

A3.1 FLOOR

ELEVATIONS

ELEVATION 2 NORTH 1/4" = 1'-0"

ALL DRAWINGS AND WRITTEN MATERIAL APPEARING HEREIN CONSTITUTE O UNPUBLISHED WORK OF THE ARCHITECT AND MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED, USE DISCLOSED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT OF ARCHITECT. COPYRIGHTED.

GL 1

WD 1 MTL 1 9/30/17

WD 2

WD 2 MTL 1 CMU 1

CON 1

MTL 2

CON 1

CON 1

MTL 2

CP 1

CON 1

CON 1

MTL 2

CP 1

CON 1

A3.1

CON 1

12/2/2015 1:45:24 AM

FLOOR

ELEVATIONS

ELEVATION 2 NORTH 1/4" = 1'-0"

ALL DRAWINGS AND WRITTEN MATERIAL APPEARING HERE UNPUBLISHED WORK OF THE ARCHITECT AND MAY NOT BE DISCLOSED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT OF ARCHITECT. C

North Elevation

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THE JONATHAN WALL Awarded first place at a competition co-hosted by The Jonathan Club and Gensler, LA This facade design competition integrated both meeting real client needs while working within a strict $100,000 budget. The completed design consisted of a custom metal screen and integrated green wall came in well below budget at an estimated $40,000. The Jonathan Wall reflects the strength and heritage of the club while bringing a new icon to the streets of Los Angeles. The proposed design uses an abstract representation of the logo repeated across the entire facade system. It is constructed out of modular components to facilitate installation.

Summer 2016 | Group Partner Ben Jones, Cornell University | Rhino (Vray), Illustrator and Photoshop




Jakob Rope System Estimated at $6,000

Arts Anvil Metal Panels Estimated at $35,000 for cladding

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