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ERIN ZEARFOSS PORTFOLIO, FALL 2018 SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE


CONTENT

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CARTESIAN PRISM A Composite Synthesis

ACTION SPACE

Design of a Space of Ritual

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HOUSE, HOME, HABITAT

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GROUND CONTROL

Exploring Residential Architecture

Engaging Figure + Field


Cartesian Prism

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CARTESIAN PRISM Objective: Establish space and the relationships between space through an orthogonal system which defines, subdivides, and establishes an interdependence between space. Then activate the existing form by rotating aspects of it while maintaining the original definition of space. Drawings: Elevation, Floor plan, Axonometric

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Cartesian Prism

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Action Space

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ACTION SPACE Objective: Upon studying the activities of an individual, Philip Glass, create three significant spaces where the individual can perform their individualized rituals. Drawings: Long section, Section perspective, Floor plans In executing this project, I chose to create a space for archiving, studying, and preforming. These three spaces follow the syncopated element of Glass’s compositions while defining the process of analyzing past works to inspire new ones through the spatial sequence.

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House, Home, Habitat

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HOUSE, HOME, HABITAT Objective: Comprehend the idea and motivation behind a pre-existing architectural project, Villa Müller, then select the most prevalent conditions to expand upon through in-depth analysis. Drawings: Exploded axonometric, Axonometric diagrams In studying Villa Müller, Adolf Loos, I was interested in the execution of the concept of raumplan and the overall organization of space within a very defined and rigid “shell” created by the facade.

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House, Home, Habitat

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GROUND CONTROL Objective: Conceive a house design which activates the site establishing a symbiotic relationship between the two. The design should serve the needs of twins who collect artifacts. Drawings: Perspective, Plan, Collage, Sections, Axonometric, Perspective Taking inspiration from the relationship of water and land, in respect to a river delta, I choose to incorporate water into the site and building designs. I wove the water and circulation systems into the project based on the diagrid pattern of a river delta. This pattern organizes the galleries and apartments in a cascading motion down to the water at the bottom of the site.

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Professor: Joseph Godlewski, PhD. Teaching Assistant: Sou Fang Erin Zearfoss B.Arch 2023 enzearfoss@gmail.com

Erin Zearfoss Portfolio '18  

Syracuse University School of Architecture, enzearfoss@gmail.com

Erin Zearfoss Portfolio '18  

Syracuse University School of Architecture, enzearfoss@gmail.com

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