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Etai Atias

Architecture Portfolio Azrieli School of Architecture


ETAI ATIAS B.A.S., M.Arch Candidate at Carleton University ABOUT ME

I am an architecture student with a strong passion for site-conscious design. Throughout my studies I have sought to better my knowledge and develop the tools required to thrive as a professional. I am passionate, dedicated and very eager to learn and contribute to the architectural realm.

EXPERIENCE

McRobie Architects Inc. May 2018 - Aug 2018 Ottawa, Canada https://mcrobie.com Arbaum Architects Inc Oct 2015 - Aug 2017 Kanata, Canada arbaum.com Carleton University Apr 2014 - Sep 2016 Ottawa, Canada https://carleton.ca/indigenous

Design Intern

• A wide variety of projects were assigned throughout summer work term • Projects ranged from Ottawa LRT Terry Fox Station, to a Starbucks • Worked under architects and interior designers alike Student Intern

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Worked alongside Principal architect, Andrea Buchsbaum Range of projects worked on include Residential, Health Care, Renovations Drafted working and final drawings for clients and permits Tasked with contract admin., construction documents, schedules, permit drawings

Research and Assembly Assistant

• Aided Prof. Manuel Baez with a personal design project • Roof installation commissioned by Douglas Cardinal for Ojigkwanong Aboriginal Centre

EDUCATION Carleton University Sep 2017 - Current Ottawa, Canada ETSAM University Jan 2018 - Feb 2018 Madrid, Spain Carleton University Sep 2013 - Apr 2017 Ottawa, Canada

AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS

Master’s of Architecture (M.Arch)

• Thesis-based final year Directed Studio Abroad - Madrid

• Directed by Principal architect Ángela García de Paredes, of Paredes Pedrosa Architects • Studio based around Juan Baldeweg’s work along Guadalquivir River in Cordoba, Spain Bachelor of Architectural Studies (B.A.S.)

• Major in Design stream • Directed Studio Abroad (DSA) in Yokohama, Japan for Studio 5 (3rd Year)

• Entrance Scholarship - Carleton University Undergraduate 2013 • Building 22 Publication Nomination - Studio 5, Studio 9 (Winter Sem. 2016, 2018) • Entrance Scholarship - Carleton University Master’s (1st year and 2nd year)

PROFICIENCY 2D 3D

Adobe Suite Render Produc�on Office

LANGUAGES

AutoCAD Rhino 5 Revit ArcGIS Sketchup Illustrator Photoshop InDesign VRay (Rhino) Revit Render Laser Cutter 3D Print Wood Shop

English French

TRAVEL North/Central America

Europe

Asia

Microsoft Office Africa

Birth Date February 11, 1995

Location Ottawa, Canada

2 Email etaiatias@cmail.carleton.ca

Belize Dominican Rep. Mexico St. Lucia USA England France Ireland Monaco Portugal Spain Vatican Israel Japan Angola Morocco South Africa

Phone (613) 869-2756 .


MODULUS-j 4th Year (Studio 6) Ottawa, Canada

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Club de Remo Masters (Studio 9) Madrid, Spain

FABworks

Masters (Studio 8) Ottawa, Canada

biLATERAL Connections 3rd Year (Studio 5) Yokohama, Japan

P.A.D

4th Year (Studio 7) Ottawa, Canada

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O.C.T.C & CHEO

Arbaum Architects (2017) Ottawa, Canada

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MODULUS-j

Located in the suburbs of O�awa, MODULUS-j is organized to fit into the urban fabric of the neighbouring while s�ll serving as an urban intensifica�on project. Modulus-j serves as a mid-rise residen�al building hugging the busy streets of Hemlock & St. Laurent. The plaza and community centre help in controlling pedestrian circula�on and program split. A strong sense of bound community network and rela�ons was a design goal achieved through the organiza�on of buildings with respect to the main streets. Modulus-j targets a broad demographic of permanent residences and aims to improve the effieciency of the site. Plan repe��on allows for a modular facade design. The project is a figure building from street scale but is not intrusive in the overall urban vision for the area.

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Plaza Level Floor Plan (2nd Level)

VITREOUS CHINA LAVATORY PINOIR K-2035-8

VITREOUS CHINA LAVATORY PINOIR K-2035-8

LAVATORY CHINA PINOIR K-2035-8 VITREOUS

Typical Bachelor’s Unit

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Typical 1-Bedroom Unit

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VITREOUS CHINA LAVATORY PINOIR K-2035-8

LAVATORY CHINA PINOIR K-2035-8 VITREOUS

Typical 2-Bedroom Unit (Option 1)

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Typical 2-Bedroom Unit (Option 2)


Building Cross Section

Longitudinal Building Elevation

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MODULUS-j Housing Complex Section / Elevation

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MODULUS-j Housing Complex Renders

Render View from St. Laurent Blvd.

Render View from Community Green Path

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MODULUS-j Housing Complex Detail

Detail: Typical Exterior Wall at Ground Floor

FUEG ARQUITECTOS

*Detail done in a group (Michael Yoshimura, Johnny Kim, Justin Kang)*

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Render View from Interior Elevated Plaza

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605 Bronson FABworks aims to engage with the community in displaying and represen�ng the wide range of workshops/ fabrica�on labs inhabi�ng the maker space.

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PROJECT TITLE

BRONSON FABworks DRAWING TITLE

SITE PLAN & SITE SECTIONS

3 SITE SECTION

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Bordering Centretown and the Glebe, FABworks targets local community and passerby’s to enter this maker space and explore the world of ar�s�c fabrica�on of every type. This building is designed as a cri�cal response to natural percep�on of the brutalist nature of maker spaces doubled with a juxtaposed lighter massing element meant to evoke a new sen�ment towards how frabrica�on spaces can be. A journey through the building aims to intrigue and en�ce explora�on through out the different levels of the building in hopes of adver�sing the variety of ar�s�c means of produc�on.

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TOLERANCE FOR MATERIAL WORK SPACE

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WORKSTATIONS 201

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Site and Ground Floor Plan

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605 Bronson FABworks Bay Model

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3mm ALUMINUM 3mm ALUMINUM PARAPET CAPPING PARAPET CAPPING PERFORATED PANEL PANEL PERFORATED

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METAL FLASHING METAL FLASHING

METAL FLASHING METAL FLASHING

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605 Bronson FABworks Render

Render View from Interior Public Atrium

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Cordoba Club de Remo

“Cordoba club de Remo” design aims to integratate well within the city and its exis�ng parameters. The main objec�ve of the pavilion is to address all aspects of the program need, and exis�ng natural elements. The Rowing Club works with the geometry of the site as to not interfere with Navarro Baldeweg’s exis�ng interven�on, and becomes an extension of his project through complimentary pedestrian paths that stretch to the waterfront. A heavy brutalis�c concrete inten�on becomes a visual relief through the thick of the trees and weightlessly extends past the island and over the Gaudalquivir River bed, becoming a pedestrian occupiable “lookout” dock. The river is a very integral part to the community’s history and thus there was an importance placed on the community’s ability to interact with and appreciate the large body of water.

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Cordoba Club de Remo Site Context Map

Cordoba Context Site Map

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Cordoba Club de Remo Plans

Water Level Floor Plan

Grade Level Floor Plan

Full Building Section

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Cordoba Club de Remo Isometric

Isometric Render

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Cordoba Club de Remo Exploded Axonometric

Exploded Building Components Axo Drawing

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Perspective from Main Walkway Collage

Perspective View from Rowing Training Facility Collage

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P.A.D.

P.A.D. (Prefabricated Adaptable Design) was a design build project with the goal to construct a public story telling space for local arts group STO Union. Designed for George Street in O�awa’s ByWard Market for the summer’s Canada 150 celebra�ons (2017). The project was restricted to a small area (4’x4’ approx.) area with a limited budget of 100$ provided by STO Union. In conjunc�on, the design was to be light in weight, easy to transport and easy to assemble on site by volunteers. P.A.D. was designed to seem very weightless during the day and radiate during the night. With the introduc�on of fabric as the main shell users would feel free to flow in and out of the project. To design is very easy to store, assemble, and extremely cost efficient whiile aesthe�cally minimal, which became our main design goals. *Project done in group work: Johnny Kim, Jus�n Kang*

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P.A.D. Design Build Design Variations

Modular Unit Assembly Variations

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P.A.D. Design Build Documentation

P.A.D. at Night

P.A.D. at Night

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P.A.D. during the Day

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P.A.D. Modular Unit Documented

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biLATERAL CONNECTIONS

biLATERAL CONNECTIONS recrea�on centre is located in Yokohama, Japan. Given the high density and height of the area, biLATERAL CONNECTIONS seeks to provide a visual and emo�onal relief in response the busy life that is Japan. Local architects inspired this brutalist/minimalis�c building design. The Centre aims to achieve a greater pedestrian oriented experience built around the esplanade. This uses a stretched walkway to compliment the exis�ng espalande, crea�ng a subtle unity between the building masses, all highlighted by the prolonged tunnel. The tunnel serves as a viewing sta�on for both the soccer field and the city-scape. Concrete was vital to emphasize the tradi�onal culture of Japan and it’s use of the material in modern, minimalist, and brutalist architecture in Japan. The walls stretch great lengths and create big, blank spaces magnify the monumentality of the building.

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biLATERAL CONNECTIONS Context Site Plan

Yokohama Context Site Map

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1st Floor Plan

Render View from Exterior at Night

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Ground Floor Plan


biLATERAL CONNECTIONS Render

Render View from Courtyard Bleachers

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Professional Projects

OCTC and CHEO Pre-Engineered Building Addi�on “OCTC had two portable buildings which already had significant years of use and wear at the �me of their acquisi�on, circa 1990. The portables were intended as a stop-gap measure to house expanded OCTC clinical opera�ons, in the face of organiza�onal growth in both mandate and staffing. The portables were u�lized to house both client treatment and assessment rooms, and staff worksta�on areas for more than two and a half decades before being decommissioned. The much needed new space will be a single story, slab on grade, pre-engineered steel shell structure of approximately 8,650 sq. �. of which 4,400 sq.�. will be OCTC space, 2,800 sq.�. will be fit-up as offices for CHEO, and 1,450 sq. �, will be for circula�on. This project is currently under construc�on.” - as per Arbaum.com project description

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Architecture + Design Portfolio | Etai Atias (Carleton University, M.Arch.)  

This portfolio is a collection of some of my best and most appropriate work designed and completed throughout my undergraduate (B.A.S.) and...

Architecture + Design Portfolio | Etai Atias (Carleton University, M.Arch.)  

This portfolio is a collection of some of my best and most appropriate work designed and completed throughout my undergraduate (B.A.S.) and...

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