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Woven Exchange Grocery Store Stephanie Bayard // Spring 2015

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Communal Complexity

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Matter//Medium//Memory

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Public Education

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Nutrition Center Peter Macapia // Fall 2013

Hudson River Estuarium Meta Brunzema // Fall 2015

Elementary School Gisela Baurmann // Spring 2014

Wallabout to Gowanus Brooklyn Navy Yard Masterplan Henry Smith-Miller // Spring 2016

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Experiments in Representation Hart Marlow+Jef Johnson+Chris Kroner+Jason Vignieri-Beane

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Soho Equitable

Mixed Income Housing Craig Konyk // Fall 2014

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Moss Cafe

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Project Team Elyse Handelman \\ Abby Hancock \\ Nina Djurkovic Critic Comprehensive Studio Stephanie Bayard Spring 2015 We created this supermarket by weaving together three distinct programs: traditional grocery, entertainment, and outdoor space. Capitalizing on this river front site we focused our food program on fresh foods, such as produce and ish that could be delivered by boat and supplied locally. To further draw in customers we created a river walk both to aid in reducing the impact of the rising river level, and to tie our store into a future planned river walk that will integrate with the new residential developments to the east, and the established residential neighborhoods to the west. By developing the river walk into a marshy environment, incorporating swales and rain gardens, and by raising the building above the FEMA indicated lood levels, we were able to design for the future where loods will be a common occurrence. Landscape Advisor Facade Advisor Claire Fellman Bruce Nichols

MEP Engineer Stuart Bridgett

Snohetta

Buro Happold

Lot Size: Building Size: Program:

540 SW 3rd Ave Miami, FL

Front

62000 SF 55000 SF Grocery Store

Structural Engineer Cristobal Correa


URBAN MORPHOLOGY 0 - 30’ 30’ - 70’ 70 ‘ +


WOVEN PROGRAM

PREPARED FOOD FRESH FOOD OUTDOOR SPACE

PACKAGED GOODS STORAGE

PRIMARY ENTRANCES

SITE CIRCULATION GOODS VEHICLES PEDESTRIAN


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FERROCEMENT COLUMN DETAIL SEE #5 - A303

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ROOF +30’-0” STRUCTURAL CONCRETE COLUMN 7#6 REINF. WIRE LATHE TROWLED FERROCEMENT

CONCRETE SLAB

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PLYWOOD FRAMING

SEE DETAIL #3- A303 DIGITALLY PRINTED IGU

14'5" FERROCEMENT COLUMN DETAIL

IGU

SEE DETAIL #2 - S301

18” STRUCTURAL COLUMN

SECOND FLOOR +10’-2”

CONCRETE SLAB CONCRETE SHEAR WALL

SCULPTURAL FERROCEMENT

9'0"

SEE DETAIL #3 - S301 FOOD DISPLAY

FIRST FLOOR +0’-0”

SEE DETAIL #7 - S301

STRUCTURAL COLUMN + SCULPTURAL FINISH + DISPLAY

WALL SECTION 17


Prevailing Wind

Psychrometric Chart

Location: Miami, Florida - USA (25.8°, -80.3°) Date: 1st January - 31st December Time: 00:00 - 24:00

Location: Miami, Florida - USA Frequency: 1st January to 31st December Weekday Times: 00:00-24:00 Hrs Weekend Times: 00:00-24:00 Hrs Barometric Pressure: 101.36 kPa

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Being a coastal, the city experiences humid maritime conditions throughout the year. Interior climates are completely cooling driven, as heating is hardly needed.

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Red Hook Houses West Brooklyn, NY

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Algorithmus Conflictus Fall 2013

Using an algorithmically derived geometry, I produced a module that that could be manually folded and combined to discover forms and spaces with architectural potential. The levels of complexity within those manual aggregations were compounded at each phase of the exploration with additional modules and rule sets to control and expand the groupings, and even further as the initial module was manipulated to produce nine variants of membrane, panel and structural members to increase the architectural qualities of the manual aggregations. Working with these modules simultaneously in both the digital realm, added yet another layer of complexity, as did the overlaying of program on that already dense material. Finding ways to introduce that additional information in a way that both matched the aesthetics and forms of the modules and met the deined programmatic needs helped to move the project from a purely sculptural form into an architectural form. Lot Size: Building Size: Program:

38000 SF 19000 SF Nutrition Center // Emergency Evacuation Center


1 MATHEMATICA ALGORITHM

g = NestList[Round[Last[#]/Cos[Pi*2]] -> First[#]/80 & /@ # &,


MODULE FOLDING STUDIES

MODULE AGGREGATION STUDY

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Pier 26 New York, NY

M A T T E R // M E D I U M // M E M O R Y HUDSON

RIVER

Critic Meta Brunzema

ESTUARIUM

The Abundance Studio Vertical Option Fall 2015

In a world of seemingly ininite abundance - the resource we produce in the greatest quantity is the one no one seems to want, trash. However, in nature, there is no such thing as waste, instead it becomes a resource in an ongoing, never ceasing cycle. The estuary functions in the same way, salty waters wash in from the ocean mixing with fresh inland water s creating a fertile breeding ground for a host of species. An Estuarium then should function in the same way; resources wash in from the river and from the upland human inhabitants, mixing to create a new hybrid environment. The relationship between our two communities will never again be a purely ‘natural’ one, we have built on top of the river, against the river, under, and over the river, dredged the river, but most of our community doesn’t under stand that story. We see the river and its edge, and our relationship to it as a given, but by confronting our relationship with waste and how we’ve used it as a resource in the past, we can begin to confront how ‘unnatural’ our relationship has become. The Estuarium will be an ongoing process, just like our changing natural environment. Using resources gathered both from the river, with partners such as the Hudson River Sloop Clear water, and from the city itself, through its departments, and on-site collections by citizens, the Estuarium will be built from the material abundance we produce in our world. Through the engagement of the community with its own material artifacts, we will create a space where we can learn about the environment and simultaneously improve it. Lot Size: Building Size: Program:

100000 SF 19000 SF Estuarium // Boat House // Hudson River Park Trust


Architectural Artifacts

Historic Steer Heads 3 Heads

Assorted Architectural Details 20 Various Pieces

Concrete Retaining Blocks

Piles/Driftwood

5”-24”

3’

5’-25’

6’ 3’

Approx. 100 Logs

Approx. 100 Blocks

Consumer Products Collected from Greater New York City Area

Plastics 10,000 tons

Glass 5,000 tons

Organic Excess 50,000 tons

Scrap Metal 10,000 tons

Paper/Cardboard 20,000 tons

Granite Blocks Currently collected at the Hudson River Park Storage Yard

2’

4’ 2’

LARGE BLOCKS Approx. 100 Blocks

5’

1’-6” 1’-6” LONG BLOCKS Approx. 50 Blocks

1’-6”

3’ 1’-6”

SMALL BLOCKS Approx. 50 Blocks


Pier 26

Hudson River Park

The City Of New York Over 8 Million Residents and Businesses producing excess of 13,213,000 lbs/yr

Tribeca Population Waste Per Individual Per Day Potential Waste Annually Recyclables/Organic Waste Per Individual Per Day

Hudson River Park Storage Yard

Potential Waste Offset Annually

37,889 4.40 lbs 60,849,734 lbs 1.51 lbs 57,212 lbs

Number of Restaurants in Tribeca

136

Typical Lbs of Waste Per Day

274

Potential Waste Annually

13,601,360 lbs

ANTICIPATED MATERIAL RESOURCES


Glass Bottle Cob Walls

Elevated Wooden Walkway Reclaimed Hurricane Sandy Boardwalk Wood

Coal Cart

Glass Bottle Cob Walls

Elevated Lawn and Material Storage Reclaimed bulkhead fragments

Deconstructed Pier Surface Precedent of the Pier surface prior to reconstruction

Partially Exposed Pier Structure

In Water Pool


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ROOF +27’-0” MAIN FLOOR OOR +12’-0” FLOOD LINE HIGH TIDE

GROUND FLOOR OOR +0’-0”

LOW TIDE

SECTION 1-1

SECTION 2-2

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MAIN FLOOR +12’-0”

GROUND FL +0’-0”

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ROOF +27’-0” MAIN FLOOR +12’-0” GROUND FLOOR +0’-0”

FLOOD OOD LINE HIGH TIDE LOW W TIDE

ROOF +27’-0”

MAIN FLOOR +12’-0”

GROUND FLOOR +0’-0”

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280 Cadman Plaza W Brooklyn, NY

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E l e m e n t a r y Critic Gisela Baurmann

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Context+STEaM Studio Spring 2014

Based on the previous use of this site as a public library and its location in a highly visible and traversed pedestrian corridor, my objective for this elementary school was to create a space that promoted public discourse, shared learning experiences, and integration with the community. To motivate that atmosphere of collaboration I created a system of classrooms in which every classroom was connected vertically to at least one other classroom as and laterally to a large communal learning space. Through investigations of the art work of El Anatsui, particularly his work â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Stressed World,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; a system of lines was derived that inspired the geometry that was used to organize spaces for large and small group learning, as well as spaces were work could be displayed and engaged with by the community at large. Lot Size: Building Size: Program:

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Residential + Park Park/Open/Public Space Residential Zoning

Key Access Points Auto Pedestrian Bike

Transit

District 13 25 - Elementary Schools 20 - Middle Schools 21 - High Schools 9 - Charter Schools 22,729 Students Enrolled 47% of Students Pass Standardized Test

Private Schools Public Schools District 15

Average Building Elevations

Major Auto Ferry Subway (stops) Cycling

Urban Morphology

Over 10 Stories

Residential

5-10 Stories Under 10 Stories

Municipal Commercial Education Religious


‘Stressed World’ by El Anatsui

Score Pattern 1

Score Pattern 2


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4th Floor

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Lobby Office Auditorium Bathroom Classroom Terrace/Outdoor Space

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Cafeteria Gym Library Garage Storage/Mech Shared Learning Space


Brooklyn Navy Yard Brooklyn, NY

W A L L A B O U T Critic Henry Smith-Miller

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Prudent Aggression Spring 2016

To create a conduit for connection between the Navy Yard and the entire Brooklyn community I created a canal that would connect the existing Gowanus Canal to Dry Dock 2 at the historic Brooklyn Navy Yard. This would create opportunities to enhance the ongoing EPA clean up eďŹ&#x20AC;orts in the Gowanus as well as create an additional path for the existing ferry system to allow for a Venice like transportation system through the heart of Brooklyn that would not only ease congestion on the already crowded MTA lines through these up and coming neighborhoods, but enhance Brooklynâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s status as a tourist destination creating a unique urban experience unlike any in New York.


Nearest water treatment facility in Navy Yard

G O W A N U S

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Superfund Site since 2010 10 CSO outfalls/ 3 Storm Sewer outfalls

EPA Clean Up Site

700 New Residential Units Coming online 2016 774 New Residential Units Coming online 2017 Whole Foods

The Gowanus Canal is an historic waterway that over the centuries has been a center of economic and agricultural activity. Through the last century it had fallen into disuse and become an environmental hazard to the point that in 2009 the EPA named it a Superfund site. Now the area surrounding the canal has once again become prized, now not for its access to the waterway, but for residential uses, due to its proximity to other established and growing neighborhoods: Park Slope, Carroll Gardens and Boerum Hill. This has also attracted new businesses, and a general interest in the health and usability of the canal.

1.8 Miles

Park New Entertainment In Development Completed

THE GOWANUS CANAL

There has also been increased interest in recreational uses of the waterfront along the canal with new parks, remediated open spaces and boardwalks featured in almost every new waterside development. This mirrors the cities move to develop waterfronts around the city for public use such as Brooklyn Bridge Park, Gantry State Park, and Hudson River Park.

S H A R E D C H A R AC T E R I ST I C S Historic Manufacturing Districts Adjacent to established residential neighborhoods CARROLL GARDENS Average Commute: 32 min

Newly developed residential Design and technology industrial growth

centered

Longer than average commute times Historic Waterfronts

GOWANUS Average Commute: 33 min REDHOOK Average Commute: 42 min

SUNSET PARK Average Commute: 35 min

Neighborhood Line Residential Areas


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The Navy Yard has also had a dramatic shift in its use over the centuries, first a farming center, later a shipping hub, and then a center for the US war machine during WWII. Since then it has also fallen into disuse, but in the last two decades has been reclaimed for a multitude of purposes, from self storage to film studio, and now finally is becoming a site for waterfront recreation, renewed manufacturing projects, and potentially residential inhabitation.

EAST RIVER

WALLABOUT BAY

25 New Residential Units

With the new influx of daily visitors the key problem facing the Navy Yardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s increased success is its inaccessibility. While the remoteness of the Navy Yard was ideal when it served as a sensitive military site, now it might be the most significant hindrance in its potential growth. Creating a canal to connect these two neighborhoods would provide another primary transportation option that could bring users in from all over the city and surrounding areas.

Water Treatment Facility

Park

Wegmans Coming 2017

Proposed Brooklyn-Queens Lightrail

New Entertainment

121 New Residential Units

In Development Completed

POTENTIAL POINTS OF GROWTH Existing space suitable for reuse in light manufacturing WILLIAMSBURG

Waterfront recreation

Average Commute: 30 min

Shared living/working space Retail Urban agriculture Environmental benefits

VINEGAR HILL Average Commute: 35 min BROOKLYN NAVY YARD

CLINTON HILL Average Commute: 43 min FORT GREENE Average Commute: 33 min

Neighborhood Line Residential Areas


Red Hook Existing Low+High Rise Housing + Industrial Average Commute: 43 min

SITE SECTION - 1

Fort Greene New Luxury Highrises + Hotels+Office Average Commute: 34 min

SITE SECTION - 2

SITE SECTION - 1

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Carroll Gardens/Boerum Hill Existing+New Low Rise Residential Average Commute: 46 min

+600’ Height of Fort Greene Highrises

Fort Greene/Clinton HIll

New Navy Yard Homes

Existing Low Rise Residential Average Commute: 45 min

+150’ Top of Clinton Hill Bldgs +100’ Depth of canal @ Fort Greene

New Navy Yard Manufacturing


THE

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The newly created canal would augment existing transportation, intersecting 7 subway lines, dozens of bus routes, the LIRR and the proposed Brooklyn-Queens connector light rail. It will also connect with and extend the existing East River ferry service. It will create an additional 2 miles of waterfront for recreational use and beautiication of 6 neighborhoods. The canal would be an attraction for the over 15 million tourists who visit Brooklyn every year. The canal would allow the free low of water into the Gowanus Canal from Wallabout Bay, which is an environmental hazard and requires monthly lushing of the canalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s standing water. This environmental beneit would both speed the rehabilitation of the waterway and reduce energy expenditure on future remediation.


SUBWAY LINE/STATIONS BUS ROUTES/STOPS CITIBIKE STATION FERRY ROUTE/STOPS PROPOSED BROOKLYN-QUEENS LIGHT RAIL


E X P E R I M E N T S I N R E P R E S E N TAT I O N Media 1 Jeff Johnson + Hart Marlow 3D Studio Max Jason Vignerie-Beane

Media 2 Hart Marlow + Chris Kroner Digital Fabrication Jeffrey Taras

Using an array of tools including Rhino, Grasshopper, Maya, Maxwell, 3D Studio Max, RhinoCAM, Illustrator, Photoshop, and AfterEffects I created this array of explorations. Each process allowed me to evaluate the uses and beneits of techniques such as animation in Maya and Maxwell, parametric design, 2d representation, rendering in Vray, Maxwell, Maya and 3dsMax, 3d models both physical and digital, and fabrication processes from laser cutting and 3d printing, to CNC milling and thermoforming.


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Poor Door Studio Fall 2014

Soho is a distinctly commercial neighborhood, both in the present day and historically. Placing a residential building in this setting is a disruption of that existing fabric. What often deines luxury is separation from commercial enterprises, whereas affordable housing is characterized by proximity to noise and commerce, but Soho today is a ‘luxury’ neighborhood that is defined by noise and commerce. What defines luxury buildings is lower density of units, and therefore fewer tenants, and an abundance of amenities. Space = Luxury. The rich have the money to waste space on rock walls and wine cellars. Low income housing is high density, both in terms of size of apartment and average number of tenants per unit, and has fewer amenities. Space = money, and money is scarce. However, the proliferation of luxury amenities is actually becoming problematic for the market, creating excess that no longer pays for itself. Conversely, there are new trends in low income housing toward amenities as entrepreneurism, being health conscious and supporting healthier lifestyles, community building and for green uses. Creating more livable low income housing opportunities. Using a strategy where 50% of the units are luxury and 50% are affordable will foster equality and make sure that tenants of all income brackets will be equally represented in the building, but will also recognize those economic differences by allowing the luxury units to be larger. Playing into the stereotype of luxury residential being removed from commercial uses, I created two structures, however, they are linked by passages on every other affordable floor and on the central amenities floor. This way the residential and commercial components of the building will feel distinct from each other, but will allow residents to pass easily between the buildings to take advantage of the market, coworking space and day care. Vertically, to organize economic groups, and program, the luxury units will be furthest from the street, amenitizing views of the city. The lower income apartments will be on the lower floors where the floor plates are larger, thereby allowing more units per floor. And the amenities will be placed in between, so that low income tenants can all have access to views and high income tenants will be encouraged to use that space, because it will on their way both down to the street and across the passageway into the commercial building.


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Isolate streetwalls

By addressing the Spring and Broadway street walls as two separate conditions, one the commercial and the other residential, I was able to treat the Broadway facade as a public facade that would invite circulation into the building from the community, and the Spring facade as a more secluded mass to house living quarters. The mass was therefore split in two, with a Broadway commercial structure, and a Spring residential, but the two are joined through a connector against the party wall, allowing the residents to enjoy easy access to the amenities in the commercial building. The added FAR benefit of removing the center volume of the lot allowed me to capitalize on the views from this site over the historic district of Soho, as well as reducing the size of the floor plates making more units viable per floor. The residential building was set back far enough from the commercial to ensure that there was enough space for light and air on two sides of the building on every floor.

Extract to isolate residential space

Stack volumes to enlarge residential

By setting back before the required exposure plane penetration, I was able to capitalize on the unrestricted height limit, thereby creating luxurious, high floor apartments, which are scarce in Soho, which would help incentivize luxury tenets to live in this new style of residence. Then twisting the upper structure in with the lower, and the Broadway in with the Spring, I was able to reflect on the outside of the building the goal of the overall project, which was to integrate people from a broad spectrum of socio-economic classes and backgrounds, and create a melting pot of opportunity for all of the residents.

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Twist together

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LONGITUDINAL SECTION

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TRANSVERSE SECTION

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SPRING STREET ELEVATION

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BROADWAY ELEVATION

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THIRTEENTH FLOOR +144’-9”

TWELFTH FLOOR +132’-9”

11'-0"

DETAIL 1 - PARAPET DETAIL

11'-0"

Alucobond Aluminum Coping Thermal Barrier Typ Vertical Panel Connector Alucobond Aluminum Panel Sheathing Batt Insulation 2x Sheathing Roof Membrane Flashing

Stone Pavers Spacers Roof Membrane Rigid Insulation Vb/mb Concrete Steel Deck Steel Beam

ELEVENTH FLOOR +120’-9”

11'-0"

Ceiling Hanger 2 x 3/4” GWB

DETAIL 2 - ROOF ASSEMBLY

TENTH FLOOR +108’-9”

12'2"

DETAIL 3

Wood Flooring Sub-flooring Concrete Steel Deck Beam

NINTH FLOOR +95’-6”

10'-6"

Ceiling Hanger 2x 3/4” GWB

DETAIL 3 - TYP 2HR RATED FLOOR ASSEMBLY EIGHTH FLOOR +84’-0” DETAIL 4

DETAIL 4 - TYPICAL WINDOW DETAILS

SECOND FLOOR +14’-8”

13-'9-"

Steel Beam Batt Insulation Typ. Vertical Panel Connector VB/MB 2x 3/4” GWB Typ. Window Head IGU

10'-6"

IGU Typ. Window Sill Extruded Flashing Typ. Vertical Panel Connector Alucobond Aluminum Panel Rigid Insulation Sheathing

GROUND FLOOR +0’-0” 85


Moss Cafe Riverdale, Bronx, NY

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Design by Elyse Handelman and Eric Salitsky With co-designer Eric Salitsky, we explored the needs of this new farm-to-table cafe. We needed to create a space that would have the flexibility to allow the business to grow and pivot over time, while expressing a clean, bright aesthetic. Together, Eric and I completed all required design documents for construction and worked with our Architect of Record to obtain all the required permits. We supervised the Contractor, cabinetry and signage fabricators, sourced and ordered finish materials and fixtures. Architect of Record Weetu Architecture

Contractor Renaissance Renovations


Existing

Completed

Proposed

PEACH CRATE DISPLAY WALL

GRINDERS

COFFEE HOT WATER

KNOCK BOX RINSER

SINK MERCHANDIZER

GLASS DISPLAY

UNDER COUNTER REFRIG

REFINISHED CONCRETE FLOOR

UNDERCOUNTER KEGERATOR KEG

KEG

TAP EQUIP.

KEG

3'4-1/2"

+/- 4'-7"

3'-4"

11'-11-1/2"

BUSSING STATION

DROP-IN ICE COOLER


1'0"

2'11"

1'0"

2'0-1/4"

2'11"

2'11"

1'1"

1'0" 3'0"

CO2

3'0"

1'0"

2'0-1/4"

2'8-1/4"

4'10-1/2"

RECLAIMED WOOD BAR FACE

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4"

UNDER COUNTER REFRIG

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2'6"

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1'5-3/4" 2'0-1/2"

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1'10"

4"

1-1/2"

2'11"

1/2"

GLASS DISPLAY

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2'-1/2" 2" 1'-10" 1'6"

1'-1/2"

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2'2"

2'0-1/2" 1'9-1/2"

3'0"

1'6"

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AXON DIAGRAM + DRAWERS MAGIC CORNER

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DETAIL 3

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1'10"

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4" 2-3/4" PITCHER RINSER KNOCK BOX

SINK

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ICE BIN

3'0"

TRASH

INTERIOR BASE OF CABINET OPENINGS FOR APPLIANCES TO BE FINISHED WITH VINYL BASE BOARD AT FLOOR

1'0"

2

3'0"

3'0"

SINK

3'3"

2'2"

1'0" 10"

F

CABINET D

1-1

2'5-1/4"

H

2-2

J

EXISTING HOOD

DN

STEAM TABLE

8'6"

8 RANGETOP W/ OVEN

CONVECTION OVEN

3'0-1/4"

19’-3 3/4”

PREP STATION W/ STORAGE

5'0"

1'6"

HAND SINK

7'9"

UNDERCOUNTER REFRIG

SANITIZER

DW

SANDWICH STATION + UNDER COUNTER REFRIGERATOR


98 4th St, Suite 204 Brooklyn, NY www.aa64.net

A t e l i e r

A r c h i t e c t u r e

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Owner + Principals Stephanie Bayard + Philip Azalone As an intern at AA64 from July 2015 - Agust 2016 I had the opportunity to work as an integral part of a small team on all of phases of design and construction on projects ranging from apartment renovations to new free standing structures. The Catskills Cabin and Crown Heights Brewery were the two projects I was most deeply involved with the design process, completing diagrams, renderings and architectural drawings. I was able to have direct input into the designs from massing through ďŹ nish selection.


5 - 2 BED UNITS

STORAGE

BAKERY PREP BREWERY PREP

BAKERY BREW KETTLES

5 - 2 BED UNITS

OUTDOOR BEER HALL

PRIVATE EVENT SPACE

BEER HALL KITCHEN

BEER HALL

BREWERY CONDITIONING MECHANICAL

RESTROOMS/ CIRCULATION


FIRST FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR


E LY S E

HANDELMAN

elyse.handelman@gmail.com www.elysehandelman.info 248.752.6577

WO R K EXPE RI ENC E ATELIER ARCHITECTURE 64 Brooklyn,NY May 2015 - May 2016 FAULDING ARCHITECTURE New York,NY April 2011 - August 2013

LABDORA New York,NY April 2011 - August 2013 SCENIC DESIGNER + ARTIST New York,NY May 2009 - Present

INTERN + Worked on all phases of design from concept to construction administration + Created submissions for winning competition and exhibition entries DESIGNER + Completed deliverables including renderings, presentations, schematic, design and construction documents for Clients, Building Department, Engineers, and Contractors + Produced promotional materials, graphics and assisted in website development + Managed project schedules + Specified interior and exterior finishes, furniture, plumbing, lighting and HVAC PROJECT MANAGER + Assisted in the production of research and documentation for publication + Website management SCENIC DESIGN + The Juilliard School, Collaborative Stages, York Shakespeare Company, American Bard Theater, 14th St Theatre Lab, Lincoln Center Directors Lab ASSISTANT SCENIC DESIGN + For Marion Williams at Alliance Theatre Company, Cincinnati Ballet, The Old Globe, Playmakers Rep; For Donyale Werle at The Old Globe SCENIC ARTIST + Broadway: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Bye Bye Birdie; Off Broadway: Vineyard Theatre, New World Stages, New York Theatre Workshop, Manhattan Theatre Club; Retail: Tory Burch, Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren

THE JUILLIARD SCHOOL New York,NY August 2008 - May 2009

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SCENIC ART INTERN + Worked as part of a small team to execute a complete season of productions


E D U C AT I O N

HONORS + AWARDS + Published in InProcess 20, 21 + 22 + Chairs Archive Fall 2014 + Merit Scholarship Award 2013-2016

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE PRATT INSTITUTE with distinction Brooklyn, NY August 2013 - May 2016 TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIPS + Materials & Assemblies, to Gabrielle Brainard, Fall 2015 + Studio II, to Gisela Baurmann, Spring 2015 + 2016 + Structures Teaching Assistant, Fall 2014 BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS IN SCENIC DESIGN high honors

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Ann Arbor, MI August 2004 - April 2008

HONORS + AWARDS + Merit Scholarships 2004-2008 + KCACTF Region 3 - 1st Place for Scenic Design Barbizon Awards for Design Excellence 2008 for ‘Two by Fassbinder’ SCENOGRAPHIC TRAINING training in Scenic and Costume Design

MOSCOW ART THEATRE SCHOOL Moscow, Russia Summer 2007

SKILLS SOFTWARE // EXPERT Rhino, Autocad, Maya, Illustrator, Photoshop, Indesign, Sketchup, MS Office, Vray, Mac/Windows platforms SOFTWARE // PROFICIENT Revit, RhinoCam, 3dsMax, Grasshopper, Maxwell, CSS, HTML MODEL MAKING + CONSTRUCTION Laser cutting, CNC milling, 3d Printing, Scenic Painting, Basic Carpentry and Welding

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Profile for Elyse Handelman

Handelman Portfolio  

Work completed during MArch I at Pratt Institute

Handelman Portfolio  

Work completed during MArch I at Pratt Institute

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