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DARGUIN FORTUNA

Professional Illustration and Design Portfolio


Darguin Fortuna 978-818-5109 dfm0005@gmail.com


DARGUIN FORTUNA

WORK HISTORY

CAREER INTERESTS

2016 to Present: Gienapp Design Associates

Urban Design, Architectural Design, Graphic Design

Positions held: Project Coordinator, Junior Designer

EDUCATION

2015 to 2016: DAI DiGiorgio Associates Inc.

Bachelor of Architecture, High Honors, Boston Architectural College

Positions held: Architectural Drafter, Junior Designer

Bachelor of Architecture Coursework, Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo

2014 to 2015: CBT Childs Bertman Tseckares Inc. Positions held: Design Support 2013 to 2014 Savoie Architecture Positions held: Architectural Drafter 2012 to 2015: Boston Architectural College Positions held: Teaching Assistant, Instructor, Tutor

English As a Second Language Certificate, High Honors, North Shore Community College


“I BELIEVE THAT ARCHITECTS ARE GIVEN A GIFT OF SECOND SIGHT AND WHEN WE SEE SOMETHING THAT OTHERS CAN'T, WE SHOULD ACT, AND WE SHOULDN'T WAIT”. - SAMUEL MOCKBEE


SHANGHAI TOWER COMPETITION CBT Architects China

SALISBURY BIG BLOCK Gienapp Design Salisbury, MA

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SALISBURY WELCOME CENTER Gienapp Design Salisbury, MA

AMSTERDAM DAY CARE COMPETITION Personal Amsterdam

KAPPY’S LIQUOR Gienapp Design Peabody, MA

BAC INNOVATION CENTER Boston Architectural College Inst. Cathy Bell

SYMBIOTIC TOWERINTERVENTION BAC Insts. Mark Urrea Richard Yeager

CAPITAL GAINS BAC Inst. Lauren Shirley

50 SHADES OF GREEN BAC Inst. Kyle Sturgeon

3DS MAX I & II BAC Inst. Corey Beaulieu

FACILITY ASSESSMENT DIAGRAMS Gienapp Design Middleton, MA

BRIDGING CULTURES BAC Inst. Heath Cody

BONUS PROJECT AT THE END!

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SHANGHAI TOWER COMPETITION - SCHEMATIC DESIGN CBT Architects

ROLE: Graphic Design & Design Illustration DESCRIPTION: During the Schematic Design phase of the project, members of the Urban Design team developed four schemes for which I became in charge of two regarding graphics and representation. From the two, one became the design winner continued to move forward into Design Development. These graphics were generated using Vray for Sketchup, Photoshop for post-production and finally Indesign to create a design book. I have assumed similar roles in various projects for which I developed several design and proposal graphics for presentations as well as renderings for fundraising and marketing purposes. While working with the Urban Design Group at CBT, I reassured my innitial interest in Urban Design. The team efforts and design process was and still is admirable. I carry those experiences and skills with me and strengthen them over time.


BAC CENTER FOR INNOVATION Fall 2015 I Studio Critic Catherine Bell

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SALISBURY BIG BLOCK. - PRE-DESIGN & SCHEMATIC DESIGN Gienapp Design Role: Designer, Digital Illustrator


SALISBURY BIG BLOCK. - PRE-DESIGN & SCHEMATIC DESIGN Gienapp Design Role: Designer, Digital Illustrator

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SALISBURY BIG BLOCK - PRE-DESIGN & SCHEMATIC DESIGN Gienapp Design Role: Designer, Digital Illustrator

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ROLE:

250 Residential Units

Designer & Digital Illustrator

2 Levels of Commercial

DESCRIPTION: During this project I have had the opportunity to utilize our

2 Levels of Parking

given program requirements to develop multiple schemes that meet both the client’s needs while addressing contextual, zoning and code requirements. The project, although complex in scale, is a simple platform elevated above the S Ocean Front

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flood plain and defined by a grid that allows for effecient Parking

unit layout and unit mix as well as parking requirements. The

Existing Buildings

Commercial

Ocean St.

main concept of the project is to define spaces by creating Residential

Graphic Scale: 1 inch = 20 feet

a void at multiple scales while enhancing the views to the 0

20'

40'

60'

80'

beach and maintaining a “New England” look. The design Property Line

Property Line

process has been enriched by the impressive clients we have

Ave. Railroad

worked with and their depth in knowledge and care. Multiple 6 6th E.Building 78' - 0"

5 iterations have been developed at a rapid pace which has 5th E.Building 68' - 0"

4 proved to be very helpful to my professional development.

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4rd E.Building 58' - 0" Third Floor 50' - 0"

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Second Floor 40' - 0" Garage 28' - 0"

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First Floor 22' - 6" Lowest grade 13' - 0"

New Building Massing Property Line

True North

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1 Key Plan 1/64" = 1'-0"

Broadway

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Property Line

Property Line

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5th E.Building 68' - 0" 4rd E.Building 58' - 0" 3rd E.Building 48' - 0" Second Floor 40' - 0" Garage 28' - 0"

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First Floor 22' - 6" Lowest grade 13' - 0"

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Diagrammatic Building Sections Salisbury Beach Big Block 595.2

10/20/2016


SALISBURY WELCOME CENTER - ILLUSTRATION BAC CENTER FOR INNOVATION Gienapp Fall 2015 Design I Studio Critic Catherine Bell Role: Digital Illustrator & Designer

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AMSTERDAM DAY CARE COMPETITION - ILLUSTRATION Personal Role: Digital Illustrator & Lead Designer

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ELEVATING TO PROTECT FROM FLOODING & MAINTAIN PLAZA FOR CULTURAL EVENTS ALLOWING VIEWS TO THE WATER

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PARAMETRIC FACADE ADAPTS TO MAXIMIZE NATURAL DAYLIGHT

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ELEVATED BRIDGES & PLAYGROUNDS LINKING SPACES TO CREATE A PLAYFUL JOURNEY THROUGH CHILDHOOD

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FINAL COMPOSITION

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KAPPY’S PEABODY & MALDEN - DESIGN & ILLUSTRATIONS Gienapp Design Role: Digital Illustrator & Designer

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BAC CENTER FOR INNOVATION

THIS IS THE BOSTON ARCHITECTURAL COLLEGE!!

Fall 2015 I Studio Critic Catherine Bell

Can innovation be contained within the boundaries of an architectural expression, and then flow outside of such boundaries to reach out into the urban landscape? Can architecture change peoples’ perception of the status quo to instigate new ways ways of thinking?

This project explores innovation through pulling and stretching spatial conditions to instigate new experiences

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and new ways of thinking.

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Increasing FAR to Accomodate Program & Offer Public Spaces at Ground Level

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Maximizing Views

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Maximizing Daylight While Relating to Backbay Context

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Connecting with Context While Enhancing Corner Experience & Easy

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Parametric Facade Maximizing Natural Daylight and Relating to Important Views

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Resulting Form


COMMONWEALTH AVE.

Private Meeting HSKP Reception

Gallery Auditorium

HEREFORD ST

ALLEY 430

NEWBURY ST

BOYLSTON ST


NORTH ELEVATION - CONTEXT

ENTRANCE BY NEWBURY STREET

FRONT ELEVATION @ NEWBURY STREET

HEREFORD STREET

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WEST ELEVATION - CONTEXT

SIDE ELEVATION @ HEREFORD STREET


EXPLOTED AXON - FACADE EXPLORATION

656 GLASS OPENING (11,688 SF)

SOUTH FACADE @ ALLEY 430 STRUCTURAL STEEL DIAGRID

WEST FACADE EAST FACADE @ HEREFORD ST.

NORTH FACADE @ NEWBURY ST.

PILE CAP FOUNDATION


UNROLLED NORTH & EAST FACADES

RIOR WALL ASSEMBLY

-TYPE DESCRIBES THE BASIC DITION OF THE PARAMETRIC DE AND IS AS FOLLOWS (EXTETO INTERIOR)

L PANELS, ALUCOBOND NATUEFLECT. 0.020” 250 ADJUSTABLE METAL Z-GIRT 1MM AIR SPACE M SEMI-RIGID INSULATION K TAPE M METAL Z GIRT APOR BARRIER M GLASS-FIBER REINFORCED UM BOARD ETAL STUD AS REQUIRED L PIPE DIAGRID VARIABLE THICK(6”, 9”, 12” DIAMETER) GYPSUM WALLBOARD

NEWBURY STREET

HEREFORD STREET


URBAN RELATIONSHIPS - CONTEXT

RELATIONSHIP TO EXISTING FABRIC RD E FO HER

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IDENTITY ALIGNED WITH OPEN SPACE

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MAXIMIZING IMPORTANT VIEWS

MAXIMIZING NATURAL LIGHT

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SECTION - VERTICAL & HORIZONTAL RELATIONSHIPS


BAC CENTER FOR INNOVATION Fall 2015 I Studio Critic Catherine Bell

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AXON - MATERIAL & FORMAL ASSEMBLY

1- 3/4” TRIPLE GLAZING KAWNEER 1600UT SYTEM 2 CURTAIN WALL

STRUCTURAL STEEL DIAGRID TO MATCH PARAMETRIC OPENINGS

STRUCTURAL STEEL PILES HIGHLY RECYCLABLE

PARAMETRIC SKIN OF ALUCONBOND COMPOSITE METAL PANEL- ROUT AND RETURN WET SEAL SYSTEM MECHANICAL ROOM WATER CHILLED COOLING TOWER AND CHILLER/ BOILERS

BOLD IDENTITY

ATRIUM MASSING

ELEVATOR CORE & SUPPORTING SPACES


MODERN & TIMELESS FACADE

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SYMBIOTIC INTERVENTION

Fall 2014 I Studio Critics Mark Urrea & Richard Yeager The Hancock Tower is a well known icon of Boston. However, it does not offer public spaces that engage and redefine Back Bay and Copley Square. This project is an intervention in which new and old bond together to enhance each other and bring excitement into the urban landscape.

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SECTION - SPATIAL & STRUCTURAL SYMBIOSIS


AXON - STRUCTURAL SYMBIOSIS


CAPITAL GAINS

Fall 2014 I Studio Critic Lauren Shirley Bee Flow consists of an understanding of the needs, dynamics, and flows of movement that bees execute to access resources and bring those resources to the hive. Those dynamics adapt to the environment and interact with the human being by means of an intrinsic, physical and emotional relationship of interchanges that shape a conversation of movement and flow. Starting from the premise assumption that ecosystems can be altered by the absence of a member but also enhanced by the abundance of others, I studied Dorchester as a laboratory for beekeeping and honey production. By using all of the existing resources from food projects among the site and adapting green roofs to every building in the community, I provided constant nectar supply. I designed a working and living environment where bees and people co-exist and transcend from a simple working condition to a sanctuary that represents living as a community as living in a hive.

Conceptual Napkin Sketch


SECTION - BEEKEEPING PROCESS & COMPONENTS


SECTION - BEEKEEPING PROCESS & DESIGN EXPRESSION

Green House

Composting Center Family Housing

Collection Zone/ Outdoor Extraction

Water Supply

Storage

Community Disposal

Store

Terrace


BRIDGING CULTURES

Spring 2014 I Studio Critic Heath Cody Self-Discovery, is found within each individual’s story and path through life. It is the moment of knowing that we are not alone wherever we are. Discovering ourselves is not so much about a destination, but the path to get there; what we bring, what we share, who we think we are and who we really are. Through this journey and in a serendipitous way, we converge with others. Ironically, this conjunction helps us learn more about ourselves by interacting and learning more about others. My project intends to bring the people from Jamaica Plain together as well as people that go from Boston to Forest Hill on

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Boylston St 12 Moments of convergence where people stop, interact and connect with nature and with themselves

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the Orange line train that intersects the site.

Entry

to of fices


I think is time to quit smoking, but how?

6 more months baby I can’t wait to hold you!!


Cafe/Kitchen Space Main Conference Room/Worshiping Space

Small Meeting Rooms (2) South West Corridor Bike path by Lamartine Street

Offices, Bathrooms and Locker Rooms Individual Prayer Spaces (3)

Main Conference Room/Worshiping Space


South West Corridor Bike path by Lamartine Street

Offices, Bathrooms and Locker Rooms Individual Prayer Spaces (3)

Main Conference Room/Worshiping Space Cafe/Kitchen Space

Opportunity for People to come from Train Station in Boylston Street


50 SHADES OF GREEN

Spring 2015 I Studio Crtitic Kyle Sturgeon

BIQ HOUSE - Sustainable facade study Modeled with Rhino, Rendered with Vray, Post-Production with Photoshop


HOTCHIKISS BIOMASS PLANT - Sustainable Facade Study

Modeled with Rhino, Rendered with Vray, Post-Production with Photoshop


GREEN LIGHTHOUSE - Sustainable Facade Study Interior Floor apertues, Atrium carries the light from roof skylights all the way to the ground level

Roof Windows: 18 Velux roof windows GGU U08006530, 1340 mm x 1398 mm, triple glazed pane, 90 degrees, 15 degrees Tau (Light Tranmittance, Remote Controlled powered by solar cell fitted on top cover of the window

Window Type: 1) Iplus Neutral 3E (Clear/Clear) 36 mm Thick, G-Value 50, UW (W/m2k) 0,93 2) Clima Top Stapid Max (Clear/Clear) 36mm Thick GValue 58 & 1,04 UW (W/m2k)

Solar Panels: About 35% of the energy comes from this 22 Velux solar panels CLI S08 4000, Flat bed solar panels integrated into roof with a velux flashing. Area: 1,7 square meters, Absortion 95%, Emission 5%, Mineral wool insulation 50 mm, 1149 mm x 1400 mm Effectiveness of 78% or 790 W/square meter Roof

Terrace

2nd Floor: Faculty lounge & room terrace

South Facade

1st Floor: Office workspaces & managers office

Facade: Materias Costructed with Swissfiber 30% Glass & 70% Polymers Weights 6 Tons which is low weight for facades which are 175 Tons typically

Ground Floor: Student lounge & interview rooms

Interior Partitions

Modeled with Rhino, Rendered with Vray, PostProduction with Photoshop

Structural Columns


METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL

Spring 2015 Modeled with 3DS Max, Rendered with Vray 3.0, Post-Production with Photoshop

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BARCELONA PAVILION

Spring 2015 Modeled with 3DS Max, Rendered with Vray 3.0, Post-Production with Photoshop

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BAC CENTER FOR INNOVATION Fall 2015 I Studio Critic Catherine Bell

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FACILITY ASSESSMENT DIAGRAMS Gienapp Design Role: Digitall Illustratior

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MAYO REGIONAL HOSPITAL INFUSION DiGiorgio Associates Role: Project Drafter & Digitall Illustratior


DR. RUSSO PATIENT FLOOR DiGiorgio Associates Role: Digital Illustrator

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HEALTH ALLIANCE ED ADDITION - ILLUSTRATION DiGiorgio Associates Role: Project Drafter & Digital Illustrator


HEALTH ALLIANCE ED ADDITION - LIGHTING ILLUSTRATION DiGiorgio Associates Role: Project Drafter & Digital Illustrator

Lighting Concept A.1 - 2 Logos Addition, White Wash Light, ED Sign & Blue Stripes

Exterior Lighting Study Health Alliance Hospital

A.1 June 29, 2015 143620.00


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