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ACADEMIC WORK HUMANITAS

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STAGGERED

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MEDITATE

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THE OBJECT IS...

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URBS

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PERSONAL WORK OX HEAD STUDIOS

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GRAPHIC DESIGN

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647 545 5936 r.fanseda@gmail.com Toronto, Ontario

* Hello, My name is Ryan Fanseda. I am currently a first year undergraduate student at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture. My passion in architecture and design lies in its ability to help people. I strive to learn as much as I can so that eventually, my contribution to architecture will benefit the lives of individuals, families, communities, & society as a whole. The following is a collection of both academic and personal works. Please enjoy.

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EDUCATION University of Waterloo, School of Architecture Candidate for a Bachelor in Architectural Studies. Anticipated Graduation 2022. EXPERIENCE Apr 16 - Mar 17

Young Components Corporation Drafter & Website Maintenance Coordinator

Aug 14 - Aug 17

Agus Fanseda Contracting Painter, Drywaller, & Organizer

Apr 16 - Mar 17

Aga Khan Museum Volunteer

July 16

Toronto Design Exchange Volunteer / Camp Coordinator

AWARDS Outstanding Academic Average Overall average of over 80% (semester 1A) SKILLS Digital

Photoshop Illustrator InDesign LightRoom Primiere Pro

Rhino Grasshopper AutoCAD Maxwell Studio V-Ray

MS Office Sketchup

Analog

Hand Drafting

Modelling

Lasercutting

Languages

English

Basic Indonesian

Basic French

INTERESTS

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ACADEMIC WORK

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HUMANITAS 1B Studio Supervised by Donald McKay Toronto, Ontario

The “HUMANITAS” Library of West Toronto is a project that aims to draw attention to the occupants before the building itself, and ironically uses its architecture to achieve this notion. This human-centered approach is animated throughout the different conditions of the building, and is all connected through a single architectonic language. Located in the everchanging urban fabric known as the Junction District, or West Toronto (near Dupont & Keele), the library acknowledges and attempts to preserve (in a sense) its industrial urban quality, whiles also embracing developments in the region’s socio-cultural, socioeconomic and socio-demographic elements. The library’s skeleton consists of a single arch gallery, repeated on all three floors of the building, that starts from Dupont and leads up to an open space. On the ground floor, this open space is dictated by architectural columns and a change in floor material. On the second and third floors, the open space is a void that overlooks the first floor. Skills: Rhino, Maxwell, Illustrator, Photoshop

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Parti Circulation Program

Elementary School

Retail Strip

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Site Map The Junction, Toronto, Ontario

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Axonometric

Blue-Foam CNC Model

Massing Diagram

Renders

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1st Floor

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2nd Floor

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Wall Detail

3rd Floor

Bookshelf Detail

South Elevation

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North Elevation


SECTION A-A

Section A-A SECTION B-B

Section B-B SECTION C-C

Section C-C

West Elevation

East Elevation

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STAGGERED 1A Studio Supervised by Rick Andreghetti Cambridge, Ontario

“STAGGERED� is a student residence, located a 5-minute walk away from the University of Waterloo School of Architecture in Cambridge, Ontario. The building was designed to make full use of the view of the river from the back. By staggering the four student rooms both in plan and section, each room is able to have a full view of the river while opening up the second floor and letting light into the space below. Skills: Hand drafting, Model making, Illustrator

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MEDITATE 1A Studio Supervised by Rick Andreghetti

The MEDITATE project conceptually explores the idea of a space that occupants can use to escape the temporary hustle and bustle of the city. A meditation-type program was chosen. Occupants enter through a blank facade into an unconditioned space, go up a set of stairs, and into an elevated meditation space. Light was heavily investigated in this project: the “building� consists of an inner and outer facade, where the outer is a concealing, opaque shell and the inner is porous. The idea was that ambient light would reflect into the spaces indirectly via these openings of the second skin in a controlled manner. Skills: Model-making

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THE OBJECT... 1B Studio Supervised by Donald McKay

Asked to artistically represent ten “everyday objects of integrity”, “THE OBJECT IS THE OBJECT IS THE OBJECT” is an art installation that questions the ideas of perfection and its relationship, or lack thereof, with our reality. By stacking symmetrical, cylindrical objects on top of one another in a way that makes it seem like they are precariously balancing on top of one another, the installation forces the observer to question what is technically and realistically possible, while also examining the limits of how far industrial production can progress. Do humans have the potential to create perfect? Skills: Hand drafting

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Featured in the 50th annual UWSA Projects Review

URBS 1B Studio Supervised by Donald McKay Cambridge, Ontario In collaboration with Riling Chen, Byron Cai, & Chris Qiu

The URBS HOUSE is a project that aims to address the growing problem of ‘homelessness’ in today’s youth. It represents the current state of the real estate market, especially in densely populated areas in Canada, such as Vancouver and Toronto. Given the task to design a residencial home in downtown Cambridge, Ontario, the URBS HOUSE exposes its steel frame structure on the interior. Volumetrically, the Urbs House is a singular mass with a ‘cut-out’ that acts as a light well for the surrounding programs. Planimetrically, this light well is used to conjoin the living room and kitchen on the first floor, creating a unique space that flows through the entire plan, while seperating the two bedrooms on the second floor. Skills: Rhino, Maxwell Studio, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign

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Ainsle St, Cambridge, Ontario

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Renders

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STEP TWO

STEP ONE

LIGHT WELL SUPPORTS INSTALLED, ROOF CROSSBRACING INSTALLED, NORTH FRAME ASSEMBLED THEN PLACED, SOUTH FRAME ASSEMBLED THEN PLACED

CONCRETE FOUNDATION ESTABLISHED, 200mm HSS COLUMNS ERECTED

STEP THREE

STEP FOUR

EAST FRAME ASSEMBLED THEN PLACED, WEST FRAME ASSEMBLED THEN PLACED, INNER FRAME ASSEMBED THEN PLACED, WATERTANK CONTAINER FRAME INSTALLED

FIRST FLOOR BEAMS PLACED, SECOND FLOOR BEAMS PLACED, TENSILE CROSSBRACING INSTALLED

STEP FIVE KINGSPANfi INSULATED PANELS INSTALLED, STRUCTURALLY INSULATED ROOF PANELS PLACED, STRUCTURALLY INSULATED FLOOR PANELS PLACED

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PERSONAL WORK

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OX-HEAD OX-HEAD STUDIOS™ is a brand expressed through various disciplines of design and art, including photography, film, and (primarily) fashion. Since its first release in 2016, the brand has released three sweater designs and one capsule consisting of two t-shirt designs, selling a total of over 200 pieces. Each release has been accompanied by its own photo series. Skills: Illustrator, Photography

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GRAPHIC DESIGN “FRUIT FIESTA” - a conceptual fruit beverage brand, and “NARWHAL & TULIP” - a small pottery studio based in Zutphen, The Netherlands, are two graphic design / branding projects that I have been asked to design for. Skills: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign

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SWOOP

“SWOOPSWOOPSWOOPSWOOP” is a passion project that explores ways that gestural line drawings can represent emotion. SWOOP4 prints were sold at the annual UWSA BRIDGE night market.

Medium: Ink on paper

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Thank you. Ryan Fanseda 647 545 5936 r.fanseda@gmail.com

Ryan Fanseda Portfolio 2018  
Ryan Fanseda Portfolio 2018  
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