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a rich history and dynamic landscape threatened by sea level rise?

Early Settlers

“Early Settlers”

Table of Contents Maritime Wa rtime

rear title image August 2007 Agri-Industrial Era

“Agri-Industrial Era” “Changing Economy”

European Adventures

“Maritime Wa rtime”

front title image May 2007

Collection of Brick Homes

Changing Economy

“Future”

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French Explorer Jean Ribault renames river “Seine” Spanish Mission Santa Maria founded St Marys River derives its name from the Mission

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1787 - 1620 acres purchased on “Buttermilk Bluff” by Jacob W eed. He and 19 proprietors l ay out square grid with 216 acre public squares, 100-foot wide streets. 1775 to 83 - American Revolution - St. M arys was used as a strategic lo cation for tr oops from New York 1792 - St M arys estb. & surveyed by James Parker 1802 - St M arys is incorporated

Railroad Cuts through Grid

Wa r of 1812 - St. M arys was captured by British. British camp established on Cumberland Island.

1861 to 65 - Civil Wa r - St. M arys waterfront buildings are shelled by Union gunboats

Seaboard Airline Railroad is established.

Grid Expansion for Residential Use

Lumber Mill Industry takes off

Undeveloped Parcels

Fishing & Agriculture canning plants trade & sell shrimp, beans, sweet potatos, sea-island cotton, tobacco

100 ft wide streets Marsh Line

Papermill, Chemical & Fertilizer Factories Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base established Eco-Tourism Boom-town St Marys becomes Gateway to Cum berland Island

Chronology

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1787

Site of Timucuan Indian Village, River was called Thalthlothlaguphka - “Rotten Fish”

Ridge Line

St Marys Hist ory

2 public squares Grid Alteration for Schools & Recreation

168 blocks (450ft x 500ft) Cemetery Outside the City

Historic Development

EXISTING CONDITIONS SC

blueprints: coastal georgia sea level rise

Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Design + Research Studio Design + Research Studio Atlanta, GA

St Marys, GA FL

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pages 16-19 healthy architecture

Spring 2013 Options Studio 2

Fall 2012 Options Studio 1

Atlanta, GA

Atlanta, GA

pages 20-21 sage hill

pages 22-25 undergraduate studios

Fall 2011 Urban Design Policy

2003-2007

midtown atlanta charter high school

DeKalb County, GA

water and light every house; every home

pages 26-29 l’histoire de la forme urbaine de paris

pages 30-31 revive 285 top-end visualization

Fall 2006 Sketch Journal

2009-2011 ARCADIS-US / GDOT

GT Paris Program

Atlanta, GA

pages 32-39 Competitions

pages 40-45 alhadeff passover haggadah <<enfin>>

GIS Day Urban Land Insititute Clermont Motor Hotel Brookwood

Ongoing Independent Work

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Daniel Victor Alhadeff, LEED AP

1212 Spring Valley Ln. NE; Atlanta, GA 30306; 404.862.0064

dvalhadeff@gmail.com

URBAN DESIGN / ARCHITECTURE PROFESSIONAL

As a current dual-degree Master of Architecture and Master of City and Regional Planning candidate (2014) at Georgia Tech, skilled in the production of design drawings, GIS analysis, and 3D visualization, I am seeking a full-time position concerned with making a positive impact on the collective built environment, leading to professional licensure.

Employment ARCADIS-US, GIS Specialist, Atlanta, GA — 2009–present • Produced detailed models and animated visualizations of proposed transportation systems integrating SketchUp, 3DS Max and VISSIM software • Coordinated project design alternatives with planners and engineers • Produced figures and displays for public meetings and regulatory documentation • Created and maintained custom GIS mapping and database solutions using ESRI ArcObjects, JavaScript, Silverlight APIs and ORACLE APEX framework Fowler Design Associates, Staff Associate, Atlanta, GA — 2008-2009 • Produced schematic design and construction documents using Microstation (light-industrial, class-A office, tilt-panel concrete) • Coordinated construction submittals with relevant consultants • Produced marketing and preliminary designs using SketchUp and Illustrator • Developed and implemented office procedures and standards for LEED projects • Evaluated and led LEED project registration, and certification

Sketch. Aquatic Center. Graphite

Randall Paulson Architects, Designer, Atlanta, GA — 2007 • Corrected redlines, supported other staff projects • Created schematic design documents using Revit (retail) US Geological Survey - GA Water Science Center, GS-5, Norcross, GA — 2001-2006 • Developed CD-ROM-based GIS “Annual Data Report” of surface-water data using C++, replacing previously published paper reports • Developed “TopoViewer for Georgia” software to distribute USGS digital raster graphics and topographic map products

History of Urban Form, Paris

Education / Professional LEED for New Construction Accredited Professional, July 2008 Master of City and Regional Planning / Master of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014 (anticipated) • Graduate Research Assistant –Center for Geographic Information Systems Georgia National Wetland Inventory Tools, Georgia Coastal Atlas • Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology, Dec. 2007 Paris Study Abroad Program, Fall 2006 - Spring 2007

Technical Skills

ULI competition rendering, 3ds MAX

• Bentley Microstation; Autodesk AutoCAD, Autodesk Revit • ESRI ArcGIS, MapObjects • XHTML, JavaScript / CSS, PHP / MySQL, JavaScript, C/C++, C#.NET languages • Autodesk 3ds MAX Design; ptVAG VISSIM; Google SketchUp; Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator; Microsoft Office

Leadership, Volunteering, Other Skills and Activities • Board Member, Congregation Or Veshalom, 2012-present • Order of the Arrow, Lodge Vice Chief of Indian Affairs, 2004-2005 • Order of the Arrow, Vigil Honor, August 2003 • Boy Scouts of America, Eagle Scout, August 2000 • French Language — intermediate reading, speaking, writing • German Language — intermediate to advanced reading, speaking, writing • Triathlon and Half-marathon

Rendering, graphite


ÂŤzed-h housing studioÂť Georgia Institute of Technology Design+Research Studio - Spring 2014 - Ongoing Developing interiors, facade, and public spaces schemes for compact housing designs in the City of Atlanta. The Auburn Avenue Opportunity Housing project seeks to respond to increasing numbers of professionals seeking live-work and transit-adjacent arrangements. It is located near the King Memorial MARTA station, new Atlanta Streetcar, and the Beltline Eastside Trail. NARRATIVE This unit is developed for a live-work arrangement for a young single and Jewish design professional in the Auburn Avenue Opportunity Housing (AAOH) project located at Auburn Avenue and Jackson Street, developed by a team of students during the Fall 2013 ZED-H Studio. With the Facades Engineering class, simulations of some of the facade systems with THERM, WINDOW, and WUFI allow steady-state analysis of heat and moisture transfer. The Auburn Avenue Opportunity Housing uses arrays of solar panels on the rooftops to offset its energy usage and assumes that energy recovery ventilation (ERV) units are installed in each unit. The units use natural light to allow for less reliance on electric lights, balanced with the use of high-performance glass to offset heat gains. The arrangement allows for automated operation during Sabbaths and Festival times that proscribe the active use of electrical and many mechanical systems. Entry, Kitchen, and Front Balcony Visitors and resident enters the front door into the kitchen and formal dining area. During the day, the dining room area can be used for formal meetings and presentations.

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A portion of the countertop can fold down in order to provide more work area and can provide more privacy to the primary bedroom area. A glass door brings in light and allows access to a small front balcony. Office The private office is accessed from a pocket door in the kitchen area and contains a drafting table and computer desk. A shelving unit along the south demising wall provides storage, and a mounted screen and shelving unit against the core allows for private presentations and work in an intimate setting. Ample sunlight access is provided from the street-facing windows to the east and the balcony from the north. Bathroom The bathroom is organized to allow sequential access to the sink and toilet from the office space, and reserves private access to the shower and bedroom. Bedroom and Courtyard Balcony The bedroom contains great solar access to the west and courtyard balcony provides a connection to the piano nobile below. Building Public Areas The building provides multiple levels of leasable office spaces, courtyard, and retail spaces that support both the residents and serve the community.

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MCHARG CATEGORIES

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Working in teams of three, sites in Savannah, Tybee Island, Brunswick, Darien, and St Marys were assessed in terms of sea level rise, stormwater, and other predicted impacts of climate change and continued human habitation. Large-scale urban schemes were advanced that tried to communicate to local officials and residents possible ways of adapting their cities to new and existing challenges.

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IMPACTS IMPACT SEQUENCE

The City of St Marys is faced with threats from sea-level rise, hurricanes, storm-surge, and flooding. Mean sea level is projected to rise up to 6 feet within the next 100 years. We can not know exactly when this will happen, but we can assume that it will and prepare for the consequences. The diagrams below illustrate the effects on parcels on both the scale of the region and historic downtown with each incremental foot of sea level rise. Since the forecasts show the mean sea level, we also take into account seasonal tide variation that predicts that many more parcels and civic and historic structures are under threat. We must also take into consideration the increased levels due to storm surge, tidal fluctuations, and wave height. This means that even though the property might not be affected directly by sea level rise, it may still be vulnerable to unpredictable storms. The NOAA model shown in the diagrams below indicate that a majority of the region is vulnerable to storm surges from category 3 storms and above.

THE ST. MARYS IMPACT

1. As water table rises affects the water distribution system, waste system, storm water collection system, and superficial well water systems, and they become obsolete or less effective.

Storm Surge Sea Level Rise

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3. As sea level rises, inner tidal marsh system creep upward, rip rap and defense actions I cause “coastal squeeze.”

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7. As sea level rises, historic structures and sites are affected.

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Percent of total parcels inundated by Sea Level Rise – Above 50% coverage Sea Level Rise –1ft 453 Parcels Affected 986 Parcels Inundated

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5. As sea level rises, evacuation routes are inundated at “choke points” causing more dangerous storm effects.

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4. As sea level rises, barrier islands drown and affect ocean dynamics and shore protection.

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IMPACT ON PRIVATE PROPERTY

Sea Level Rise –2ft 560 Parcels Affected 1336 Parcels Inundated

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H Trolley turn around I New waterfront area and development

Sea Level Rise –3ft 698 Parcels Affected 1785 Parcels Inundated

Sea Level Rise –4ft 761 Parcels Affected 2474 Parcels Inundated

Sea Level Rise –5ft 880 Parcels Affected 3311 Parcels Inundated

Sea Level Rise –6ft 1062 Parcels Affected 4481 Parcels Inundated

View at marsh-edge development Phase 1 Schematic Urban Plan of proposed IMPACTS: ST. MARYS REGIONAL IMPACTS, DUE TO SEA LEVEL RISE AND MARSH CREEP relocated downtown St Marys

Storm Surge Sea Level Rise

Storm Surge Sea Level Wave Height/ Rise Tidal Range

The City of St Marys is faced with threats from sea-level rise, hurricanes, storm-surge, and flooding. Mean sea level is projected to rise up to 6 feet within the next 100 years. We can not know exactly when this will happen, but we can assume that it will and prepare for the consequences. The diagrams below illustrate the effects on parcels on both the scale of the region and historic downtown with each incremental foot of sea level rise. Since the forecasts show the mean sea level, we also take into account seasonal tide variation that predicts that many more parcels and civic and historic structures are under threat. We must also take into consideration the increased levels due to storm surge, tidal fluctuations, and wave height. This means that even though the property might not be affected directly by sea level rise, it may still be vulnerable to unpredictable storms. The NOAA model shown in the diagrams below indicate that a majority of the region is vulnerable to storm surges from category 3 storms and above.

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1 Foot Sea Level Rise Sea Level Rise –1ft 453 Parcels Affected 986 Parcels Inundated

2 Foot Sea Level Rise

Sea Level Rise –2ft 560 Parcels Affected 1336 Parcels Inundated

Sea Level Rise –3ft 698 Parcels Affected 1785 Parcels Inundated

Sea Level Rise –4ft 761 Parcels Affected 2474 Parcels Inundated

TS, DUE TO SEA LEVEL RISE AND MARSH IMPACTS: EFFECT ONCREEP HISTORIC

3 Foot Sea Level Rise

4 Foot Sea Level Rise

Sea Level Rise –5ft 880 Parcels Affected 3311 Parcels Inundated

3 Foot Sea Level Rise

Sea Level Rise –6ft 1062 Parcels Affected 4481 Parcels Inundated

4 Foot Sea Level Rise

5 Foot Sea Level Rise

6 Foot Sea Level Rise

Total Acreage Relocated: 1,171.75 Total # Parcels Relocated: 1,022

Total Acreage Relocated: 1,331.35 Total # of Parcels Relocated: 1,385

Total Acreage Relocated: 1,859.66 Total # of Parcels Relocated: 1,629 Cumberland Island Inundated: 90%

View at relocated waterfront

DOWNTOWN STRUCTURES

5 Foot Sea Level Rise

6 Foot Sea Level Rise

TOWN STRUCTURES Total Acreage Relocated: 902.53 Total # Parcels Relocated: 475 Historic Structures Relocated: 21

Total Acreage Relocated: 975.82 Total # of Parcels Relocated: 622 Historic Structures Relocated: 10

Total Acreage Relocated: 1,143.22 Total # of Parcels Relocated: 870 Historic Structures Relocated: 8 Cumberland Island Inundated: 50%

GIS AnalysisSEA of Immediate Effects on downtown properties and structures IMPACTS: LEVEL RISE, MARSH CREEP, AND LAND INUNDATION

Total Acreage Relocated: 1,143.22 Total # of Parcels Relocated: 870 Historic Structures Relocated: 8 Cumberland Island Inundated: 50%

Total Acreage Relocated: 1,171.75 Total # Parcels Relocated: 1,022

Total Acreage Relocated: 1,331.35 Total # of Parcels Relocated: 1,385

Total Acreage Relocated: 1,859.66 Total # of Parcels Relocated: 1,629 Cumberland Island Inundated: 90%

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ÂŤmidtown atlanta charter high Georgia Institute of Technology Options 2, Portman Prize Competition, Studio - Spring 2013 Charter high school for the performing arts at the intersection of Peachtree Street and North Avenue

SCAD Atlanta High Museum Woodruff Art Center

This project explores a compact sixty thousand square foot plan that through a variety of light wells and floor openings creates a mysterious and compelling space for students of a performing arts charter high school in the City of Atlanta. The double-skin facade screens excess heat and light and obscures building logic, inviting passers-by to explore the open-air workshop, performance, and gallery space. Grady High School

From a site perspective the school is roughly divided into three elements: gym, school, and reflecting pool. The gym and school portions cover the parking and service and create an outdoor terrace for gathering and exterior workshop. The gym roof covers part of the outdoor space, separates it from the public part of Peachtree St, and supports an exterior gym above. The cladding is a double-glazed system with internal perforated panels for shading and expression of light, shadow, privacy, and openness. Vertical fins in either aluminum or framed glass extend outward and support the vertical glass panels. These extend down from the main volume of the building, creating a screen that obscures the building structure and frames interactive spaces in around the exterior. The exterior gym is also clad in a thin screen of the same double-glazed system that is supported by columns that extend upwards from the interior gymâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s volume.

Fox Theater Midtown Atlanta Charter High School for the Performing Arts

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Civic Center

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Speculative Program Relationships


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Final Site Model from southwest

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Georgia Institute of Technology

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Precedent: Media Library, VĂŠnnessieux France


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«healthy architecture» Georgia Institute of Technology Options 1, Studio - Fall 2012 Primary care clinic and research laboratory attached to the Grady Healthcare System on Edgewood Avenue. Patients enter the clinic from Edgewood Avenue into a central glass-enclosed lobby. The brick elements housing the main program spaces surround the street area, creating a space into which activities from the ground-floor retail expand. The entire building steps back from the existing sidewalk, allowing an expansion of the currently inadequate 5’ clear zone as surrounding buildings are redeveloped. A small physical therapy or aerobics studio creates additional activity both on the ground floor and at the sidewalk edge.

Patients go upstairs via glass stair or elevator to the clinic check-in and waiting room. Seventeen clinic exam rooms are located on the west adjacent to a light well, protected by a planting area of bamboo for privacy. Patient circulation is separated from doctor and staff circulation by the central core. Doctor’s offices are located in the east, adjacent to the front and rear. A small shared breakroom and collaboration areas near the offices create spaces for nurses, doctors, and researchers to mix.

tools: Revit, 3dsMax, museum board

Edgewood Avenue

On the research floor, there are four main labs at each of the corners of the plan, with a set of west and east offices easily accessible from the lab and central core. A support lab, shared office suite and shared conference room are provided in the middle of the building, lit by skylights.

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Automobile and service access is provided by an easement through the adjacent Renaissance Walk parking lot, accessed from Auburn Avenue. Space for dropping off patients is also provided. Since there is only one automobile access through a shared easement, there are fewer disruptions to pedestrian flows. The constructed Atlanta Streetcar, new bicycle lanes, and improved streetscapes will also increase the visibility of the clinic on both streets.

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«sage hill»

Georgia Institute of Technology Urban Design Policy and Implementation - Fall 2011 Intersection improvements and re-imagination of shopping center as transit-oriented development The Sage Hill shopping center sits at the intersection of Johnson Rd, Zonolite Rd, and Briarcliff Rd, and is adjacent to the intersection of Briarcliff and Clifton Rd. Complicated traffic patterns, topography, decaying infrastructure, and large amounts of ROW given over to automobiles contribute to the safety and aesthetic issues identified by the Lindbergh-LaVista Corridor Coalition in their “Blueprints” study. Elevated power lines, billboard signs, and confusing road signs create N

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an unpleasant atmosphere in spite of the trees, vegetation, and small parks of the surrounding single-family residential neighborhoods. The area has a range of housing types, from older, lower-income apartments, ‘upscale’ student-oriented apartments, single-family homes, and re-inhabited warehouses. Retail ranges from the grocery, restaurant, barber, and small doctor’s office to the QT gas station, Pitch and Putt liquor store, cleaners, Clifton Corridor/Emory bus service center, and other kinds of light industrial, service, and retail in the older warehouses along Zonolite. Some of the single-story retail buildings along Briarcliff and at Sage Hill itself are vacant, possible sites for “regreening” or “redevelopment”.

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With the beginning of the current round of Clifton Corridor transit studies and alternatives analysis and increasing pressure from development at the nearby Emory and CDC campuses, there is an excellent opportunity to create and implement long-term visions of this important commercial node. Short-term improvements that can be effective in improving vehicle and pedestrian safety and experience and inspiring further change include re-timing existing traffic signals and creating more appropriate, consistent, and helpful signage Burial of power poles and lines and improved street lighting and furniture would create an improved street environment, encouraging more users and uses to enrich the neighborhood.

center itself and adjacent businesses. Funding for the initial improvements might come from local monies generated by the Transportation Investment Act (TIA). From the medium to long term, rehabilitation of the public right-of-way and densification might come from tax-increment financing instruments or supported by a community improvement district as more businesses locate here. Some unneeded existing right-of-way could be sold or conveyed as easements to adjacent property owners to facilitate implementation.

The main improvements shown in this project include revising the two lighted intersections as a pair of roundabouts, reducing signalization delays (especially during off-peak times) and the need for lengthy turn lanes. These could be pursued largely without affecting adjacent properties. Finally, assuming the eventual connection of light-rail transit connecting Emory/CDC/Druid Hills directly with MARTA, the project includes a possible plan for re-developing the Sage Hill

Proposed Street Section â&#x20AC;&#x201D; (Briarcliff Rd. near Zonolite Rd.) with redevelopment of Sage Hill Shopping Center

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«every house, every home» Georgia Institute of Technology Paris Program, "Paris High", Studio - Spring 2007 Exhibition of Southern culture - hypothetical counterpart to the Louvre Atlanta exchange of cultural artifacts.

Placing a single-family, red-brick-clad wood frame house in front of the Louvre on the rue de Rivoli, passing traffic is shocked into noticing a different culture announcing its presence. Some visitors will perhaps be American tourists seeing Paris, who would likely experience a sense of the uncanny upon seeing a house like theirs in such a strange location. Local Parisians and other Europeans might see the exhibition as a direct provocation, a crime against la République! Upon entering, all visitors will hopefully be able to relate this exhibit to their own domestic experiences.

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«water & light» Georgia Institute of Technology Velux competition, Studio - Spring 2006 A natatorium and fitness center at the intersection of Abernathy Road and Roswell Road, Sandy Springs, GA

site: sandy springs, ga tools: CAD, photoshop, graphite basswood, cardboard, glass model

A lap pool is suspended above the sidewalk to filter and spread natural light to other interior swimming areas, fitness room, and dance studio. The interactions between light, water, wood and steel create a unique atmosphere that make this center stand out among the sprawling suburbs. Parking is directed underground and a portion of the site adjacent to the main intersection is given over to a small green space. Several meeting rooms and a small café are arranged to provide separate access for community use.

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ÂŤlâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;histoire de la forme urbaine de parisÂť paris urban history - journal gt paris program - fall 2006


sites: various, paris, france tools: graphite, cut-paper, photoshop A carousel book, with wirtten and illustrated sectons, is created to journal and analyze elements of the adopted urban space of paris. The non-traditional format creates many opportunities for the creative representation of space â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and place â&#x20AC;&#x201C; through drawing, text, and modelmaking. Cut-out panels edit the view of the included renderings and text, and create an additional surface to render the flattened city. By making the pages reflective of the urban spaces illustrated, the monumental elements of the city can be brought to the foreground rather than hidden by a rectangular binding. Folding the surfaces of long texts allows the reader to physically unfold the layers of meaning. The traveler can also experience different readings of the city by re-arranging or substituting new pages.

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«revive 285 top-end» 3d modeling of transportation alternatives employment - arcadis us - 2009-2010

site: interstate 285, atlanta, ga tools: sketchup, ArcMap

Present transportation alternatives to the public, informing them what each alternative includes and how it would affect their commute and neighborhoods.

A total of eight alternatives (including a required “nobuild” scenario) are considered at this stage of inquiry: further analysis and public input will choose preferred alternatives for further study and eventual implementation.

I produced these 3D models and images by coordinating between project planners and engineers at ARCADIS. Geographic Information System software was used to supplement these images and drawings with maps showing the impacts of the proposed alternatives. Ten sites throughout the corridor were selected to develop detailed renderings showing the possibilities.

Transportation systems under consideration include gradeor barrier-separated HOT3 lanes, express bus routes, bus rapid transit with shared and dedicated rights of way, and light rail transit. These systems are also combined in several ways to maximize their impacts. Revive285 provides a framework to reconsider past projects at a larger scale and integrate them with new ideas.

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«GIS day map competitions» Georgia Institute of Technology 2012 and 2013 submissions to GIS Day Map Competition 2013 First place in Cartography Category

Tracking Bicycle Commuting Patterns Segment Frequency Joining points collected from an on-bicycle GPS with an edited subset of the 2006 Atlanta Regional Commission road network reveals two major commuting routes to GA Tech from Druid Hills: one through Piedmont Park/Midtown Atlanta and the other through Inman Park/Downtown Atlanta. The 'superblocks' between Ponce de Leon Avenue & Freedom Parkway lack east-west connections that are comfortably and consistently navigable by bicycle.

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GIS Day 14 November 2012 by Though frequently criticized, personal data collection can yield interesting maps. The 2012 entry was composed aggregating GPS data from 3-4 months of commuting by bike to school. During the same time period the CycleAtlanta mobile phone app collected (and still is collecting) such data from a wide audience of Atlanta bike users in order to inform city and regional planners about trends in local cycle route selection.

The 2013 entry focuses on a more particular journey taken and was inspired cartographically by a historical set of maps archived and presented by the French consulate in Atlanta in an exhibition at Tech. Though digital GIS is capable of a wide-range of display types, the exercise to create a hand-drawn style, augmented by scanned, hand-drawn labels; exposes a 'new' way of thinking about maps. A helpful benefit of this sort of map is the exposure of the different types of urban form encountered along the way, as well as making the city mysterious to better understand it. daniel v alhadeff - portfolio - 32


«the bayou district»: performancesite: houston, tx tools: 3dsMax

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Program and Response: «Create a brand for a new intensive urban district that creates value for Downtown Houston. Provide both marketrate and affordable housing, riverfront amenities and connections, and a site for a regional transit station. Connect to the University of Houston campus and downtown.» The team's proposed plan includes many mixed-use office and residential buildings surrounding a central promenade leading from the riverfront park to a new commuter rail station, connected to the University and the existing downtown LRT line. A BRT line along the new Washington Ave/Franklin St alignment provides added connections between the west and downtown. Boat docks provide direct access to Buffalo Bayou and other parks in the area.


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Phase I: Sitework (2 yrs) Phase II (3 yrs) A - Amphitheater/Park B - Hotel/Condo/Retail

Phase III (3 yrs) C - Public Square D - Residential/Retail E - Specialty Grocery F - SRO Housing

view from downtown Houston / Buffalo Bayou

G - Office/Retail H - Commuter Rail Stn.

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ustainability performance

develops self-sustaining sites that minimize impacts to the environment; it is resilient and transforms productively with the surrounding community

Phase IV (3 yrs) I - Student Housing J - U o. Houston Downtown/LRT stop

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ransit performance

E

cology performance

E

conomic peformance

provides mobility options and creates walkable communities

Other K - Detention Pond L - Solar Panels

idealizes the concepts of tying in surrounding natural systems, mitigating impacts from the built environment

builds the financial prowess of an underutilized site, provides a mixed-income environment, and connects to surrounding demand

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etroism performance

view from new square / promenade

integrates the site and its systems with surrounding neighborhoods and metropolitan areas

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«brookwood»

site: atlanta [amtrak, brookwood] station tools: sketchup, graphite

city transportation interchange line of site competition 2008

program: A transportation interchange to facilitate commuting via bicycle. response: The design is a re-imagining of the historic “Brookwood station” (originally Peachtree Station: Neal Reid, 1918) creating a multi-modal transfer point between MARTA heavy rail and bus services, Amtrak’s Crescent service, pedestrians, and bicycles.

Brookwood Station

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Existing MARTA Stations Existing MARTA Rail Proposed MARTA Rail Proposed Bicycle Route Proposed Interchanges

From the re-used station, the design imagines a multiuse trail suspended above the adjacent interstate 75/85 “connector” linking Buckhead/Peachtree Hills, Midtown, Georgia Tech, and Downtown Atlanta with the existing Freedom Parkway multi-use trail. At several important cross streets, future opportunities exist for amenity-spaces: small food-service vendors, bicycle repair shops, and places to sit and contemplate this reclamation of the division in Atlanta’s urban fabric. The existing station lies near the busy northern interchange between interstates 75 and 85, wide urban interstates that carry millions of automobiles daily through the downtown Atlanta area. To the immediate south is the Midtown area, in the process of becoming a revitalized center for offices, culture, and shopping, and is within view of the new Atlantic Station, a redevelopment of an long idle steel mill. The station currently receives only two passenger trains daily, both on the Amtrak Crescent service that serves cities from New Orleans to New York City. It currently has very weak links to other transit options, requiring a short walk or bus ride from the nearest MARTA heavy rail station. Limited parking options and poor intersection mechanics tie up station traffic during the twice daily passage of trains. CSX freight traffic dominates the remaining time, and the station becomes dormant, empty save for a small Amtrak staff and a few waiting passengers.

Major Streets AMTRAK Crescent Route

17th Street

Ansley Park

Atlantic Station

Arts Center

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Midtown

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Midtown 5th Street

Georgia Tech North Avenue

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By choosing this location for a transportation interchange, one takes advantage of the existing Amtrak service, proximity to existing and unbuilt MARTA lines, and a prominent location on Peachtree Street.

Peachtree St

Baker St

Downtown Atlanta

Peachtree Center

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regional / national rail

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Brookwood Station from the east

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«clermont motor hotel» clermont hotel, ponce de leon avenue, atlanta design competetition, july 2009

program: A revitalization of this neglected Atlanta landmark. The competition calls for designs in three areas of the hotel: lobby, guest room, and rooftop amenity. response: A rooftop bar (and “pool” space), with additional open-air seating allows views of Ponce de Leon’s nightlife and engagement with Midtown’s skyline. Raising the seating above the roof, we allow several top floor guest rooms additional opportunities for the capture of natural light. A light-weight enclosure and street furniture re-capture part of the parking apron to create an extended, openair lobby space. This engages with the existing lively street life.

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site: clermont motor hotel tools: sktechup, POV-Ray, graphite


Brick and concrete paint and plaster, lovely girls â&#x20AC;&#x201D; you're the master â&#x20AC;&#x201D; motor hotel, pool, and lounge Clermont

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«alhadeff passover haggadah» site: atlanta, ga tools: InDesign, photoshop

personal project spring 2010 - spring 2011 A bilingual Hebrew and English manual for the service of the Passover meal displays the traditional text read with instructions for the Passover ritual translated into JudeoSpanish (Ladino). The book is illustrated with family photos from over 40 years of celebrating the Passover in Atlanta, Chicago, and elsewhere. A family tree section at the beginning records the family’s history since the late 19th century in Constantinople and the Isle of Rhodes and illustrates portraits of the ‘first-cousins’ and group photos from the recently begun family reunions.

Another challenge in typesetting a traditional text like the Haggadah, is that paragraphing and line content remains fixed and resistant to change. Keeping sections of related content together on the same page often resulted in too much or too little space, especially with the added complication of adding images (with captions). Modern Latin fonts Parisine and Trebuchet are used to clearly mark the text off into sections which family members take turns reading aloud. Recent re-translations of the Bible are drawn on to better clarify the text for contemporary usages.

The Haggadah is recorded with the text as passed-down in a typewritten copy from Turkey and includes several popular table songs translated into Ladino. After the main text of the Haggadah, a traditional Alhadeff seder menu is given, with recipes for important selections.

The facing Hebrew text is typeset in a traditional font, allowing the texts to be recalled in their original language. Following the conventions of Hebrew typesetting, the book is bound on the right-side and ‘drop-words’ are used to delineate sections and paragraphs. Prominence is given to quoted biblical verses to clearly expose the underlying structure of the service, usually hidden by conventional typesetting.

One of the chief challenges in creating a multilingual book, especially moving between a Western language and a Middle-Eastern language, was proper alignment of text lines, especially given that many non-native speakers are not expert in reading Hebrew text without added vowel markings. Instead of stacking a line of text on top of one vertical space, extra space must be allowed for above and below the line of consonants to avoid collisions with the lines above and below.

Alhadeff Passover Haggadah

Alhadeff Passover Haggadah La Agada de la familia Alhadeff from Ródhos and Constantinopolis: to Atlanta…and beyond

Ródhos, 1522

Finally, the front cover is illustrated with Braun and Hogenberg’s 1522 map of Rhodes from Civitas Oberum Terrarum and the back cover with a hand-rendering of one of the famous windmills in the Rhodes harbour.

La Agada de la familia Alhadeff

Passover 5771—2011

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Passover 5771—2011

from Ródhos and Constantinopolis: to Atlanta…and beyond


?‫נִּ ְשּׁ ּ ַתנָה הַ ּ ַליְלָ ה הַ ּ ֶזה ִמ ּ ָכל הַ ּ ֵלילו ֹת‬

‫מה‬

Why is this night different from all other nights?

2007: Sydney 1974: Rochelle, Noah, Marilyn, Stephen

Kuanto fue demud’ad’a la noçe la esta, mas ke tod’as las noçes? Ke en tod’as las noçes, non nos entinientes afilu ves una, i la noçe la esta dos vezes.

19??: Michael Richman

Ke en tod’as las noçes, nos komientes levdo o sesenia, i la noçe la esta tod’o el sesenia. Ke en tod’as las noçes komientes resto de ved’ruras, i la noçe la esta liçuga. Ke en tod’as las noçes, nos komientes i bevientes, tanto asentad’os i tanto areskovdad’os, i la noçe la esta tod’os no areskovdad’os.

For on all nights we don’t dip, even once, but on this night, we dip twice; For on all nights we eat either bread or Matzah, but on this night, only Matzah; For on all nights we eat all kinds of vegetables, but on this night, only bitter herbs; For on all nights we eat and drink, either sitting or reclined, but on this night we all recline.

1998: David, Andy, and Seth Alhadeff

‫שֶ ְּׁבכָ ל‬ ‫שֶ ְּׁבכָ ל‬ ,‫הַ ּ ֵלילו ֹת אָנוּ או ֹכְ לִ ין ְשׁאָר ְירָקו ֹת‬ ‫שֶ ְּׁבכָ ל‬ .‫הַ ּ ַליְלָ ה הַ ּ ֶזה מָ רו ֹר‬ ,‫הַ ּ ֵלילו ֹת אָנוּ או ֹכְ לִ ין וְשׁו ֹתִ ין ּ ֵבין יו ְֹשׁבִ ין וּבֵ ין ְמס ִֻּבין‬ ‫שֶ ְּׁבכָ ל‬ .‫הַ ּ ַליְלָ ה הַ ּ ֶזה ּ ֻכ ּ ָלנוּ ְמס ִֻּבין‬ ,‫הַ ּ ֵלילו ֹת אֵ ין אָנוּ מַ ְט ִּבילִ ין אֲפִ ילוּ ּ ַפעַ ם אֶ חָ ת‬ .‫הַ ּ ַליְלָ ה הַ ּ ֶזה ְש ּ ֵׁתי פְ עָ ִמים‬ ,‫הַ ּ ֵלילו ֹת אָנוּ או ֹכְ לִ ין חָ מֵ ץ וּמַ ּ ָצה‬ .‫הַ ּ ַליְלָ ה הַ ּ ֶזה – ּ ֻכלּו ֹ מַ ּ ָצה‬

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1988: Heather, Daniel, Naomi 2002: Irvin, Becky 1973: Renee, Becky, Rochelle, Minnie

And the Egyptians dealt harshly with us, and oppressed us; they imposed heavy labor upon us. [Deuteronomy 26:6]

.‫ ַוי ְִּתנוּ עָ לֵינוּ ֲעבֹדָה קָ שָ ׁה‬,‫ַו ָירֵעוּ א ֹתָ נוּ הַ ִּמצְ רִ ים ַויְעַ נּוּנוּ‬

And the Egyptians dealt harshly with us… As it is said: “Let us deal shrewdly with them, so that they may not increase; otherwise, if there is a war, they will join our enemies in fighting against us, and escape.” [Exodus 1:10]

…and oppressed us… As it is said: “So they set taskmasters over them to oppress them with forced labor; and they built garrison cities for Pharoah: Pitom and Raamses.” [Exodus 1:11]

‫ַו ּ ָירֵעוּ א ֹתָ נוּ‬

:‫הַ ִּמצְ רִ ים – ְּכמָ ה שֶ ׁ ּ ֶנאֱמַ ר‬ ‫ ְוהָ יָה ִּכי תִ קְ רֶאנָה‬,‫הָ בָ ה ִנתְ חַ כְ מָ ה לו ֹ ּ ֶפן יִרְ ּ ֶבה‬ .‫ וְעָ לָ ה ִמן הָ אָרֶץ‬,‫ִמלְ חָ מָ ה וְנו ֹסַ ף גַם הוּא עַ ל שׂ ְנאֵ ינוּ וְ נִלְ חַ ם ּ ָבנוּ‬

‫ַויְעַ נּוּנוּ‬ :‫ֲעב ֹדָ ה קָ שָ ׁה – ְּכמָ ה שֶ ׁ ּ ֶנאֱמַ ר‬ ‫ַוי ְִּתנוּ עָ לֵ ינוּ‬ .�ֶ‫ַו ַיעֲבִ דוּ ִמצְ ַריִם אֶ ת ְּבנֵי י ְִשׂרָאֵ ל ְּבפָ ר‬

.‫ ַו ָי ִּש ׂימוּ עָ לָ יו שָ ׂרֵי ִמ ִּסים לְ מַ עַ ן עַ ֹּנתו ֹ ְּבסִ בְ �תָ ם‬:‫ְּכמָ ה שֶ ׁ ּ ֶנאֱמַ ר‬ .‫ אֶ ת ִּפת ֹם וְ אֶ ת רַעַ ְמסֵ ס‬.‫ַו ִיּבֶ ן עָ רֵי ִמסְ ְּכנו ֹת לְ פַ רְ ע ֹה‬

…they imposed heavy labor upon us… As it is said: “And the Egyptians reduced the children of Israel to rigorous slavery.” [Exodus 1:13] 39 Alhadeff Passover Haggadah

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Abe

Charlie

1973: David, Michael, Sherri, Marlon, Stacy

Blessed be the Omnipresent!

Blessed be He who has given the Torah to His people Israel. The Torah speaks to four children: the wise, the wicked, the simple, and the one who doesn’t know how to ask.

The wise son: What does he say? “What are the testimonies, laws, and judgments, which the LORD has commanded you?” And you should tell him the laws of the Passover offering: that after eating the Pesach, no dessert should be set on the table. The wicked son: What does he say? “What do you mean by this service?” [Exodus 12:26] For you -- and not for himself, as if he is separating himself from the community. And you should rebuke him and say that “it is because of what the LORD did for me when he brought me out of Egypt”. [Exodus 13:8] For me and not for him, for, had he been there, he would not have been redeemed. 29 Alhadeff Passover Haggadah

�‫ּ ָברוּ‬

,‫ ּ ָברוּ� שֶ ׁ ּ ָנתַ ן תּוֹרָה לְ עַ מּו ֹ י ְִשׂרָאֵ ל‬.‫ ּ ָברוּ� הוּא‬,‫הַ ּ ָמקו ֹם‬ :‫ ְּכ ֶנגֶד אַרְ ּ ָבעָ ה בָ נִ ים ִּד ְּברָה תּוֹרָה‬.‫ּ ָברוּ� הוּא‬ .‫ וְ אֶ חָ ד שֶ ׁאֵ ינו ֹ יו ֹדֵ עַ לִ ְשׁאו ֹל‬,‫ וְ אֶ חָ ד ּ ָתם‬,‫ ְואֶ חָ ד רָשָ ׁע‬,‫אֶ ח�� ד חָ כָ ם‬

‫חָ כָ ם‬

‫מָ ה הוּא או ֹמֵ ר? מַ ה הָ עֵ דו ֹת ְוהַ חֻ ִּקים וְ הַ ִמ ְש ּ ָׁפ ִטים‬ ֹ ‫אַתה אֱמָ ר לו‬ ָ ּ ‫אֲשֶ ׁר צִ ּ ָוה ְי ָי אֱ�הֵ ינוּ אֶ תְ כֶ ם? ְואַף‬ .‫ אֵ ין מַ פְ ִטירִ ין אַחַ ר הַ ּ ֶפסַ ח אֲפִ יקו ֹמָ ן‬:‫ְּכהִ לְ כו ֹת הַ ּ ֶפסַ ח‬

‫רָשָ ׁע‬

?‫מָ ה הוּא או ֹמֵ ר? מָ ה הָ ֲעב ֹדָ ה הַ ֹּזאת לָ כֶ ם‬ ‫ וּלְ פִ י שֶ ׁהו ֹצִ יא אֶ ת עַ צְ מו ֹ ִמן הַ ְּכלָ ל ּ ָכפַ ר‬.ֹ ‫לָ כֶ ם – ְו�א לו‬ ‫ ּ ַבעֲבוּר זֶה עָ שָ ׂה ְי ָי לִ י‬:ֹ ‫אַתה הַ קְ הֵ ה אֶ ת ִש ָנּיו ֶו ֱאמ ֹר לו‬ ָ ּ ‫ ְואַף‬.‫ְּבעִ ּ ָקר‬ .‫ �א הָ יָה נִ גְ אָל‬,‫ אִ ילּוּ הָ יָה שָ ׁם‬.ֹ ‫ לִ י – וְ �א לו‬.‫ְּבצֵ אתִ י ִמ ִּמצְ ָריִם‬ 28

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ÂŤenfinÂť

I relax by putting pencil to paper: By letting my thoughts bleed onto the blank space of my square canvas, my body becomes involved in the process of understanding and intervening in the built and unbuilt environment.

Amtrak to New Orleans, LA - 2009

Sketch, December 2012

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Oslo, Norway - 2007

Washington, DC - 2008

Blois, France - 2006


Sketch, January 2013

Sketch, June 2013

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Sketch, September 2011

Hypothetical Synagogue Section, May 2013

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Sketch, July 2013


Triathlon, October 2013

Dahlonega, GA - 2009

Aix-en-Provence, France - 2006

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daniel v alhadeff, LEED AP 1212 spring valley ln ne atlanta ga 30306 404 862 0064 dvalhadeff@gmail.com


Daniel V Alhadeff - 2014 04 27 portfolio