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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO Sergio Pedroza 2011


CONTENTS

Love me or hate me; it's one or the other. Always has been. Hate my creativity, my swagger. Hate my artful conception, my hunger. Hate that I'm a hustler. A champion. Hate that. Hate it with all your heart. And hate that I’ll be loved for the exact same reasons.


ARCHITECTURE 101 Block Exercise

ARCHITECTURE 102 Language Theory (Word Panels) Coil Encapsule Morphous Housing Unit

ARCHITECTURE 201 Meier Case Studies Transform Smith House SM Shopping Center

ARCHITECTURE 202 Home Construction Stonework Truck Stop M.A.C

Sketches And Renderings


College: Instructor (professor): Course (class): Project: Semester & year:

Objective:

Medium:

1

Los Angeles Harbor College

Dr. Wakita

Arc. 101 Foundation of Design I

Block Exercise

Spring 2009

Design Architecture Principles

Balsa wood, Foamcoard, Ink pen


Explore formal and spatial relationships using fundamental principles of design: hierarchy, rhythm, symmetry, and axis. Shape, size, and depth are identiďŹ ed when analyzing light, shade, and shadow.

BLOCK EXERCISE


LEFT

BACK

RIGHT

FRONT

B TOP PLAN

PLAN OUTLINE

A

SECTION A

SECTION B


College: Instructor (professor): Course (class): Projects:

Semester & year: Objective:

5

Los Angeles Harbor College

Mr. Song

Arc. 102 Foundation of Design II

-Language Theory (Word Panels) -Coil Encapsule -Morphous Housing Unit

Fall 2009

-Examine two dierent words and create design layouts. -Make a concept model interpreting the words -Create a Hab Unit that conveys the meaning of each word within the design


RESTRICTED TO KEEP CONFINED OR LIMITED

WORD

DEFINITON

RESTRICTED

SYNONYM

SONG

Using meaning, emotion, and design to develop graphic layouts that explain two words by: definition, song, synonym, antonym, building material, and photography

WORD

liberate

loose

unloose

r

relieve

discharge DEFINITON

SYNONYM

release

withdraw SONG


unmodified

open

dere

stric fr t e e ANTONYM

PHOTO

MATERIAL

PHOTO

ANTONYM

PHOTO

MATERIAL

PHOTO

jam

obstruct confine


FREE

RESTRICTED

COIL ENCAPSULE

Free and restricted push preconceptions of internal space by exploring boundary, objects, and their relationships.


MORPHOUS HOUSING UNIT Architecture derived from words extolled a dwelling design as an instrument to capture the character of the words free and restricted. The words work in unison to form a spatial relationship to one another.

The HAB unit is designed for one occupant. Living Space: 400 sqf. (+/- 25sqf) Sleeping Space: 250 sqf. (+/- 25 sqf) Bedroom and/or kitchen facilities shall not be included.


N 0’ 10’ 20’


UP 2

1

1

2

DN

1. LIVING SPACE 2. LOWER ROOM

1. SLEEPING SPACE 2. UPPER ROOM

FLOOR PLAN

N

NORTH ELEVATION

0’

10’

20’


SOUTH ELEVATION

SLEEPING SPACE

SECTION


College: Instructor (professor): Course (class): Projects:

Semester & year: Objective:

15

Los Angeles Harbor College

Mr. Callihan

Arc. 201 Arch & Design I

-Meier Case Studies -Transform Smith House -SM Shopping Center

Spring 2010

-Examine the Smith House and Douglas house by Richard Meier. -Create a concept model using the Architectural language in the Smith House. -Design an InďŹ ll Project based on Architecture vocabulary used by Richard Meier.


Douglas House Case Study Harbor Springs, Michigan 1971-1973

“In every house there is a search for clarity, which in my architecture is a call for basic geometry form. This geometry helps to create certain areas of compression, energizing tension between openness and closure, between solid and void, between opacity and transparency.” --Richard Meier

UPPER LEVEL

MIDDLE LEVEL

LOWER LEVEL

0’

10’

20’


CIRCULATION

STRUCTURE

PRIVATE & PUBLIC MASSING


Smith House Case Study Darien, Connecticut 1965-1967

The Smith House is in Darien, Connecticut, located on a wooded hillside sloping toward the water. The house is inserted into the natural landscape, but is designed as an artificial object. The structure is a white prism that emerges between the trees and creates a strong visual contrast. Meier worked at carving the house out of a basic cubic base with operations of addition and subtraction. The reverse side is treated as a closed facade, with small openings, while the front is an open facade with large glass panels offering extensive views over the horizon.

UPPER LEVEL

MIDDLE LEVEL

LOWER LEVEL 0’

10’

20’


CIRCULATION

“The intention in every building is rendering graphic by this geometric ordering of space developed in a way that is always related to scale, to human scale, and to the struggle to make the wholeness of architecture clear, lucid, lyrical, and real.” --Richard Meier

ADDITIVE & SUBTRACTIVE

STRUCTURE


TRANSFORM SMITH HOUSE


CIRCULATION

Architectural language developed in the Smith House is applied to design an interpretive model. Circulation is used to assemble exterior elements that create balance and harmony. Structure is represented by a single column that constrains the glass frame.

STRUCTURE

ADDITIVE & SUBTRACTIVE

CIRCULATION

OUTLINE

SUBTRACTION

NEW MASS OUTLINE

STRUCTURE

FINAL


S.M. SHOPPING CENTER Studio ARCH: 201 Project: SM Shopping Center Location: Santa Monica, CA

The Infill Project Santa Monica promenade is located near the Pacific Ocean, in a downtown urban context. The site fronts a pedestrian retail promenade and attempt to connect the back alley five level parking structure. The circulation works in unison with the site to form a spatial relationship that transforms the art of shopping.


STRUCTURE

ADDITIVE & SUBTRACTIVE

UNIT TO WHOLE

The city grid is rotated 45 degrees from north. The site is a 100’x150’ lot with no setback requirements. The maximum height is three stories and the building may not exceed 50 fifty in height. The total program (enclosed) area is 20,000 square feet: two retail stores totaling 9,000 sqf. One store is a clothing store and the other is an art gallery. One Café 2,000 sqf and a 9,000 sf of office space.

N

CIRCULATION


The design philosophy derived from the Richard Meier Case Study is used to conclude the architectural language. Volumes are divided into public/private facilities to further public views with the surrounding program. Required retail and cafe program are inserted within the first two levels. Office conditions are applied in the third level to provide a private/quiet environment.

A. CAFE B. ELEVATOR C. RETAIL SPACE D. OFFICE E. UNISEX D. OFFICE F. DISPLAY G. STORAGE H. GALLERY SPACE I. OFFICE ENTRANCE J. WORKING ARE K. CONFERENCE ROOM L. MEN RESTROOM M. WOMEN RESTEROOM N. PRINTER ROOM N

SOUTH ELEVATION

0’

10’

20’


K

A

E D

L

J

F

G

D

G

D

H

C

I

J N

B UP

FIRST LEVEL

M

B DN

SECOND LEVEL

B DN

THIRD LEVEL

G

D


A

SECTION A

B SECTION B

C SECTION C D

E

ROOF PLAN

EAST ELEVATION

SECTION D

0’

10’

20’

SECTION E

WEST ELEVATION


1

ASPHALT ROOFING

METAL PANEL 6” X 16” GA STUDS STRUCTURE STEEL BEAM

STEEL DECKING

STRUCTURE STEEL BEAM

CURTAIN WALL POURED CONCRETE

2

STRUCTURE STEEL BEAM

FINISHED CONCRETE SLAB

FOOTING AT BRACED FRAME PER PLAN

COLUMN FOOTING PER PLAN


College: Instructor (professor):

Mr. Callihan

Course (class):

Arc. 202 Arch & Design II

Projects:

-Home Construction -Stonework Truck Stop -M.A.C

Semester & year: Objective:

29

Los Angeles Harbor College

Fall 2010

-Built a Construction V Type Model -Design a masonry two bay Truck Stop using Revit Architecture. -Design a Contemporary Museum based on the arts of ceramics.


HOME

CONSTRUCTION


This model of a house was built by students of Harbor Architecture’s Arc 151 class, Materials of Constructions. The house is a single story wood-frame slab-on-grade with wood sidings similar to many homes found in the Los Angeles area. The project was approached from the point of view of an architect as opposed to a contractor. Each construction topic focused on characteristics of materials, materials section, design, assemblies and documentation.

RIDGE 2x6 ROOF RAFTER COLLAR TIE

INSULATION

DRYWALL

CONCRETE SLAB BACKFILL

TYPE V CONSTRUCTION


Phases of Construction -Building the movable base -Laying a complicated sand bed -Setting rebar, anchor bolts, and wire mesh -Mixing concrete -Pouring the footing and slab -Framing the walls and window openings -Framing the roof and ceiling -Attaching plywood sheathing -Installing roof flashing and roofing paper -Installing the roofing shingles -Insulating the walls and ceiling -Installing gypsum board on the interior -Installing exterior wood clapboard siding -Priming and painting the interior -Priming and painting the exterior


ROOF SHINGLES BLOCKING 2X4 TOP PLATE ALUMINUM DRIP EDGE ALUMINUM FASCIA SOFFIT WITH INTERGRAL VENTILATION SYSTEM WOOD SIDING

DRY WALL

SHEATING

R-30 BATT INSULATION 5/8-14” LONG ANCHOR BOLT EMBEDDED INTO CONC. 6’0” O.C. 2X4 D.F.P.T SILL

2X4 STUD @ 16” O.C.

6X6 #10 X #10 E.W.W.E

BACKFILL

6”

3”

4” 4”

GRADE

POLYETHYLENE MEMBRANE 2” SAND

#4 REBAR 1’-0”


STONEWORK TRUCK STOP The new Stonework Truck Stop will provide spaces for two wash bays, a filtration room, an office, an ada bathroom, interior storage, and a small exterior lounge.

N

0’

40’

80’

SITE PLAN


2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

1/4" / 1'-0"

16

1/8" / 1'-0"

1/8" / 1'-0"

17

18

20

1/8" / 1'-0"

1/8" / 1'-0"

19

21

FOUNDATION PLAN

ROOF PLAN

16

17

1

2

A6

A6

18

19

20

21

Roof 12' - 8"

Level 1 0' - 0"

WEST ELEVATION

T.O. Footing -5' - 0" B.O. Footing -6' - 0"


2

5

4

3

6

7

8

KEY

9

1. OFFICE 2. UNISEX 3. RECEPTION AREA 4. STORAGE 5. FILTER ROOM 6. TRUCK BAYS

104' - 11 5/8"

40' - 11 5/8" 12' - 0 3/16"

12' - 7 5/8"

16 OFFICE

UNISEX

1

2

1 A12

10

RECEPTION AREA

18 8' - 1"

3

17

28' - 0"

TRUCK BAYS

1

28' - 11"

32

19

4' - 8"

60" MIN

33

STORAGE

FILTER ROOM

4

5 35

2

DIA. CLEAR

1' - 6"

4' - 8"

1' - 6"

6

A6

57' - 0"

18

34

A6

29' - 0"

2' - 8"

20

TRUCK BAYS 6

ADA BATHROOM CALLOUT

21

N

0’

10’

FLOOR PLAN

20’

21

20

2

1

A6

A6

19

18

17

16

Roof 12' - 8"

Level 1 0' - 0"

EAST ELEVATION

T.O. Footing -5' - 0" B.O. Footing -6' - 0"


Door Schedule Door Number 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 32 33 34 35

Type 15 15 15 15 10 23 23 12 12 12 12 12

W idth 13' - 0" 13' - 0" 13' - 0" 13' - 0" 2' - 8" 5' - 8" 5' - 8" 2' - 6" 2' - 6" 2' - 6" 2' - 6" 2' - 6"

Height 15' - 0" 15' - 0" 15' - 0" 15' - 0" 7' - 0" 6' - 8" 6' - 8" 6' - 8" 6' - 8" 6' - 8" 6' - 8" 6' - 8"

Door Thickness Material

Finish

Under Cut

Fire Rating

Hardware

Type

Jamb

Sill

Material

Frame Finish

Jamb

Head

Head Height

Comments

Comments

0' - 2" 0' - 2" 0' - 2" 0' - 2" 0' - 2" 0' - 2" 0' - 2" 0' - 2" 0' - 2" 0' - 2" 0' - 2" 0' - 2"

Window Schedule R.O. Type Mark

Width

18 10

Room Number 1 2 3 4 5 6

6' - 0" 6' - 0"

Height 4' - 0" 4' - 0"

Room Name

Type

Manufacturer

Model

Material

Finish

Head

Glazing Thickness Type

Fixed Fixed

Floor Finish

7' - 0" 7' - 0"

Room Schedule Base Finish Wall Finish

Ceiling Finish

Ceiling Height

Comments

OFFICE UNISEX RECEPTION AREA STORAGE FILTER ROOM TRUCK BAYS

SOUTH ELEVATION


MUSEUM OF ARTISTIC CERAMICS (M.A.C) The new Museum of Artistic Ceramics (MAC) building will provide spaces for temporary and permanent exhibitions, education facilities, administrative oďŹƒces, museum store, and sculpture gardens.

SIZE: 21,900 ft 605 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue Long Beach, CA 90802


SHAPE ORIENTATION

PROGRAM BOXES

CIRCULATION

LOS A

LAMIT OS AV

E.

KEY GALLERY COMMUNITY ADMINISTRATION

MARTIN LUTHER KING AVE

Staring at a block of clay, but looking with his mind. A patient wire cuts away, the picture in his mind. Blocks slowly take the shape, a form he sees in time.

SITE GRID

6TH STREET

N

0’

100’

200’

VICINITY PLAN


As the building is divided, it leads visitors towards different masses, which embody the functional parts of the building. The negative spaces are open, day-lit, landscaped expanses that read as artificial parks. To draw in pedestrian movement from the surrounding areas and create a sense of dynamic public spaces; the entrance, lobby, and lead-in circulation systems are organized with respect to the Long Beach City Grid.

A

8

10

D

C

14 13 B

6 E

4

14

2

1

5 C

B A

6

7

2

1

2 D

7

1 E

SECTIONS

EAST ELEVATION

0’

20’

40’


KEY

15

5 3 1

1. GALLERY 2. SCULPTURE GARDEN 3. GALLERY SHOP 4. LOBBY/TICKET 5. GALLERY STORAGE 6. CLASSROOM/STUDIO 7. KILN/RAKU AREA 8. CONFERENCE/MEETING 9. COMMUNITY STORAGE 10. ADMINISTRATION OFFICES 11. ADMINISTRATION STORAGE 12. COPY/PRINTING AREA 13. MEN'S RESTROOM 14. WOMEN'S RESTROOM 15. JANITOR CLOSET

13 14

2 1

1

1

4

2 9

11 11 11 11

13 14

12

11 7 6

FLOOR PLAN

SOUTH ELEVATION

6

8

N

0’

10’

20’

0’

10’

20’


Sketches &

Renderings


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