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ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO Fontyne Pagán

4857 Beacon Hill Road, Columbus, Ohio 43228 (614)429-7282 | pagan.43@osu.edu

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Presidential Library

12 Alpha Leporis 20 JUEA President’s House 28 San Francisco House of Music 38 European Study Abroad

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PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY Shifting Views


Project Description Studio

3rd Year Fall Studio

Professor

Jacqueline Gargus

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Chicago, Illinois

The Barack Obama Presidential Library and Conference Center is located in his adopted hometown, Chicago. This sectionally complex site is at the fork of the Chicago River and the Chicago River North Branch. The primary function for this library includes a research center, a museum, as well as archives. However, to increase the complexity for the program there is also a conference center, an administration area, and several hotel rooms for diplomats to stay in. The driving concept for this project comes from an assemblage of pieces that begin to shift from each other to create views down the river. The program is essentially organized in two different ways causing a yin/yang scheme. The conference center, archives, and hotels are organized around elevator cores which act as a solid mass. In contrast, the museum is organized around an atrium which acts as a void. The skin that runs across the building highlights the archives and the museum to represent that these programs are different but equally important to showcase Barack Obama’s years in office. 5


Museum Library/Archives Conference Hotels Dinning

Regular Bar

Mass organizes program through its center while void organizes program through its perimeter

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Yin/Yang Scheme used in a solid mass of elevator cores and a voided atrium

Center of original bar is raised creating a strong axis down the river


Presidential Library

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River Level

River Level

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First Level First Level

Second Level Second Level

Fourth Level

Third Level

Third Level

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Presidential Library

FifthLevel Level Fifth

Presidential Suite Presidential Suite 9


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ALPHA LEPORIS Rabbit Hutch Competition

Studio

2nd Year Spring Studio

Professor Lindsey McLaughlin

Site

Ohio State Fair Grounds

Team Members

Shelby Wright, Juan Varela, Brandon Kroger, Cody Decosta

Project Description

The task that was given to us was to design a rabbit installation for the Ohio State Fair. The installation was to be showcased outside for two weeks. The program included various rooms and spaces that would house twelve rabbits. The rooms would give the rabbits privacy as well as show them off to visitors at the fair. Our driving concept came from the idea of modules. We took a simple geometric shape and collided it multiple times with itself to create interesting sectional changes. A central tube was extruded through all of the geometric forms to create a private hallway for the rabbits to move around the installation. This central tube was also structural and helped the form tilt off the ground. We then broke the form into several modules. This concept of modules helped the overall process of the production of the model.

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Exploded Module Diagrams

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Alpha Leporis

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Top View

floorplan scale:1/8”=1’-0”

site plan scale:1/8”=1’-0”

Floor Plan

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Alpha Leporis

Elevation A

Elevation B

Elevation C

Elevation D

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Alpha Leporis

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JUEA PRESIDENT’S HOUSE Camouflaging Curves Studio

3rd Year Spring Studio

Professor

Ann Pendleton-Jullian

Site

Kenya

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Project Description

The JUEA President’s House is located within the new Jesuit University in Kenya. Unlike an ordinary home, the President of the University will also need spaces for diplomatic affairs. With that in mind the program becomes more complex as we combine the ideas of a house and an embassy. Some of the program required includes living rooms, master bedroom, personal study/library, offices, dining halls, reception halls, guest rooms, as well as bedrooms and a separate kitchen for service. After looking at many Hans Arp paintings, I was able to extract the concept of compression and expansion. I then experimented with animal prints to create a pattern of organic curves to capture space through compression and expansion. These curves are very similar to the ”S” curve and are less intrusive on the existing landscape. Circulation is created by the curves when they are compressed. When the curves expand the space becomes occupied. As one would walk through the house it is noticeable how monolithic the form is because of these curves. As one would rise in section the exterior becomes more transparent because they are within the trees. The President’s quarters is the most transparent and has a direct view to the university. Yet he still has privacy because he is hidden by the trees.

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JUEA President’s House B

C

Most Public:

Reception Living, Reception Dining, Chapel

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Semi-Public:

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Offices, Staff

Semi-Private:

Guest Rooms, Shared Living Space

Private:

Bator’s Study, Bator’s Bedroom

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A B

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Site Plan

Scale: 1/32” = 1’- 0”

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First FirstLevel Floor

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JUEA President’s House

Second Level

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Third Level

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SAN FRANCISCO HOUSE OF MUSIC Faulted circulation Studio

4th Year Fall Studio

Professor

Jane Murphy

Site

Golden Gate Park

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Project Description

This competition involves the design of a music venue with three performance halls to accommoda as different sizes of audiences. There is also an educational component which includes classrooms accommodate student recitals. My concept comes from the fault lines of San Francisco. In order to I stretching the shapes toward specific views that surrounded Golden Gate Park. The first volume w trails throughout the park. The second volume was influenced by the hills of San Francisco, such as was influenced by the bodies of water. I then used the idea of fault lines to house circulation and s begin to disrupt the volumes and pull them apart to create interstitial spaces. Within these spaces t The second interstitial space is located in between the concert halls. This is an exterior space for the 28


ate varying types of musical performances as well , practice rooms, and a small music hall that can o house the program I distorted platonic shapes by was influence by possible entries from the roads and Mount Sutro and Strawberry Hill. The third volume ervice throughout the project. These fault lines also the education is placed above the lobby and cafe. e public to be within the tree tops to view the site. 29


Site Plan

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San Francisco House of Music

Circulation

Education

Theaters

Restaurant/Cafe

Lobby

Service/Admin.

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Focused Site Plan of First Level

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San Francisco House of Music

Second Level

Third Level

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Interior View: Chamber Hall

Interior View: Lobby

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San Francisco House of Music

Interior View: Concert Hall

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San Francisco House of Music

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EUROPEAN STUDY ABROAD

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Fontyne Pagán Undergraduate Portfolio Knowlton School of Architecture 2017