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DIGITAL DESIGN FABRICATION ARCHITECTURE 2017

FRANK D. COSTANTINI


TABLE OF CONTENTS Professional and Academic Work Collective

Timbur LLC Kazimoto- Oragami Pavilion One Grand-Book Store Millwork Tigley-Tradeshow Kiosk Assorted Project Samples

03-05 06 07 08-09

Clawson Architects Smeltz Residence Klein Residence Culhane Mudroom Mill Work

10-11 12-13 14-15

Tectonic Canopy Student Dormitory

16-19 20-24

Pratt Institute

Frank D Costantini Highlands, NJ Costantinif@live.com 735.977.6139 NOTE: THIS BOOKLET DESIGNED TO BE VIEWED IN 100% 8”X8” FORMAT. TO PROTECT COPYRIGHT OF PROJECT FILES AND TO REDUCE OVERALL FILE SIZE, MOST IMAGES HAVE BEEN REFORMATTED TO .JPG IMAGES. ALL IMAGES AND PROJECT WORK HAVE BEEN APPROVED FOR USE IN THIS BOOKLET. WHEN APPROPRIATE, PROJECT SOURCES ARE CLEARLY IDENTIFIED. NO IMAGES ARE TO BE REUSED OR REPRODUCED WITHOUT PERMISSIONS OF FRANK D. COSTANTINI, TIMBUR LLC OR CLAWSON ARCHITECTS LLC.


01 ASSEMBLED PAVILION


KAZIMOTO: ORIGAMI PAVILION OUTER MIRROR

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INNER MIRROR

02 NESTED SHEET OF FLOORING

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A prototype pavilion designed to be self supported by using triangular components which are scored, folded and fastened together. It’s construction is made of ACP sheets, that have a polished aluminum finish on one side. My contributions to this project include but are not limited to the redrafting of each panel and the programming of the 3 axis CNC router used for milling, as well as the subsequent calibration and manufacturing of each panel piece. As seen in images 2-3, each panel was nested inside of 4’x8’ sheets designed to be scored along the dashed lines, have pilot holes placed and extracted from the sheet. In total it is constructed of 9 different triangular components. As the job captain, it was my responsibility to assure quality control of each component by testing the depth of each cutting pass to assure a smooth and consistent fold. Images of sample pieces below.

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6 03 NESTED SHEET OF PANELS

04 OUTSIDE OF PANEL

05 INSIDE OF PANEL


06 ASSEMBLED PAVILION


ONE GRAND BOOKSTORE PANELS A series of panels designed to texture wrap the interior of a niche bookstore located in Manhattan. Each panel is milled from an Ash Veneered MDF core, 4’x8’ sheet. The installation process is similar to other types of paneling found in carpentry examples, but due to the specific repetitive pattern and wood grain, each panel had to be coordinated digitally to carry across doorways and onto other objects such as the check out counter. My contributions to this project include but are not limited to the redrafting and coordination of each panel, as well as the programming required for their production. As the job captain, it was my responsibility to assure alignment of each panel by grain and milled pattern. It should be noted that due to the nature of the veneer each panel could only be manufactured once. The project went on to be noted in an article titled: A Bookshop Where Everything is Recommend by Mimi Vu, New York Times 2015.

08 DRAFTED WALL PANEL

07 INTERIOR OF ONE GRAND BOOKSTORE


TIGLEY TRADESHOW KIOSK A prototype kiosk designed to be portable, lightweight and user friendly. The body of each unit is manufactured out of a single 4’x10’ PVC sheet. The use of sheet PVC in this application is uncommon and required intense research and development. The assembly process called for each sheet to be scored and heated to allow for the unit to conform to its final geometry. My contributions to this project include the calibration for each type of bend-action mill and the coordination of assembly for each unit. 09 BEND-ACTION SAMPLES

10 UNFOLDED OUTSIDE VIEW

11 UNFOLDED INSIDE VIEW

12 FOLDING PROCESS VIEW

13 FRONT VIEW OF FINAL KIOSK


ASSORTED PROJECT SAMPLES

14 SUE DEBEER ALUMINUM WALL SCREEN PREINSTALLATION

15 SUE DEBEER ALUMINUM WALL SCREEN IN-PLACE

16 KENT MAR PROTOTYPE ALUMINUM LONGBOARD IN-PROCESS 17 KENT MAR PROTOTYPE ALUMINUM LONGBOARD FINAL

18 ROBERT ARPIN TRIFOLD SCREEN IN-PROCESS

19 ROBERT ARPIN TRIFOLD SCREEN FINAL


ASSORTED PROJECT SAMPLES

20 GENSLER SAKS FIFTH AVENUE SAMPLE PANEL

21 GENSLER SAKS FIFTH AVENUE SAMPLE PANEL ZOOMED

22 REISER-UNEMOTO SAMPLE PANEL

23 REISER-UNEMOTO SAMPLE PANEL ZOOMED

24 FOLIO EXHIBIT PLYWOOD SAMPLE ROUGHING-PHASE

25 FOLIO EXHIBIT PLYWOOD PRE-EXTRACTION


CLAWSON ARCHITECTS PROJECT SAMPLES At my time with Clawson Architects, I spent my work day contributing to projects in all phases of development. The following projects are samples of the type of drawings and developmental work that I was apart of. They include but are not limited to: Elevations, Plans, Construction Details and Mill Work Design Details.

SMELTZ-NAZARALI RESIDENCE

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A2.01b

Front Elevation SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

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32 KLEIN FRONT ENTRY DESIGN OPTIONS VITREOUS CHINA LAVATORY LADENA K-2215

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GENERAL NOTES

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CONTRACTOR TO INSTALL ADDITIONAL OUTLETS TO MEET THE CURRENT ELECTRICAL CODE REQUIREMENT.

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ADDITIONAL HARDWIRED 110V SMOKE & CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS AS NECESSARY PER CODE.

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LEGEND: FLOOR OUTLET

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SWITCH

TELEPHONE JACK EXT.

SWITCH W/ DIMMER

DATA LINE 4

JAMB SWITCH S E

DUPLEX SWITCHED OUTLET GFI

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GROUND FAULT INTERRUPTER DUPLEX OUTLET EXTERIOR OUTLET WITH WEATHER PROOF COVER AND GROUND FAULT INTERRUPTER

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DEDICATED OUTLET QUAD OUTLET EXT.

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EXISTING SMOKE DETECTOR

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EXISTING CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR

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SMOKE DETECTOR -HARD WIRED* CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR- HARD WIRED* SMOKE/CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR HARD WIRED*

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SCONCE LIGHT MANUF. T.B.D. EXTERIOR SCONCE LIGHT WITH PHOTOCELL

First Floor Plan SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

RECESSED 4" LOW VOLTAGE LIGHTING FIXTURE BY HALO

RECESSED LIGHT, HALO 5"

SURFACE MOUNTED LIGHT, MANUF. T.B.D CL

ALL SWITCHES TO HAVE DIMMERS. THE OWNERS SPECIFIED THE DECOR LINE FROM LUTRON. MATCH HEIGHT OF EXISTING.

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BOND THE ELECTRICAL PANEL GROUND TO THE FOOTING REINFORCEMENT STEEL.

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ALL LIGHTING FIXTURES SHOULD BE COMPATIBLE WITH LED BULBS, AS PER THE OWNER REQUEST.

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ALL NEW OUTLETS SHOULD BE LOCATED IN THE BASEBOARD MOULDING WHEN APPLICABLE.

UNDER CABINET STRIP LIGHT EXT

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COVE LIGHTING

1 PROVIDE A4.01 6'-0" PIGTAIL BEYOND SCONCE MOUNTING HEIGHT, TYP.

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RECESSED LIGHT, HALO 6" RECESSED WATERPROOF LIGHT

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4" WALL WASHER RECESSED WALL WASHERS

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RECESSED LIGHT, HALO 4"

TELEVISION/CABLE

DUPLEX OUTLET

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EXTERIOR SCONCE LIGHT WITH PHOTOCELL

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PANASONIC WHISPERFIT FAN

1 X 4 FLUORESCENT LIGHT

LEVITON 13 WATT COMPACT FLUORESCENT CLOSET LIGHT EXISTING FIXTURE, SWITCH OR OUTLET

CEILING FAN AND LIGHT

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CULHANE RESIDENCE- MILLWORK 9 A4.05 12'-9 3/8" 2"

EQ.

2"

4'-8"

PICTURE WOOD WINDOW, SEE 1/A5.01

EQ.

6 1/4"

6 1/4" 2'-5 1/4"

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11 1/4"

11 1/4"

2'-5 1/4"

DOUBLE HUNG WOOD WINDOW, SEE 1/A5.01

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6"

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SEAT

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3"

5'-6" MUD 3'-1 1/8"

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ROOM 107

3'-0" X 6-8"C.O.

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3'-6 3/8"

3'-11 5/8" 7

3'-2 3/8" 1 3/4"

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3/4"PAINTED WOOD BUILT-IN MILLWORK, SEE 6/A4.05

PAINTED WOOD CASING TO MATCH EXISTING

3'-0" X 6-8"C.O. 2'-0 3/4"

NEW 5 PANEL WOOD DOOR, SEE 3/A5.01 DOUBLE HUNG WOOD WINDOW, SEE 1/A5.01

GLASS AND WOOD DOOR, SEE 3/A5.01

4 1/2"

8' - 5 3/4"

PAINTED WOOD CASING TO MATCH EXISTING

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3" 102

CUBBIES

3/4" BEAD BOARD WALL VENEER (TYP.) 3/4" PAINTED WOOD BUILT-IN MILLWORK, SEE 8/A4.05

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6 1'-6"

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Mudroom Plan

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SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

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PAINTED CROWN MOULDING TO MATCH EXISTING

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PICTURE WOOD WINDOW TO MATCH EXISTING, SEE 1/A5.01

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DOUBLE HUNG WOOD WINDOW, SEE 2/A5.01 HARDWOOD SEAT TOP

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1/2" PAINTED WOOD COVE MOULDING, GSL #WP101

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A4.05

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1/2" PAINTED WOOD COVE MOULDING, GSL #WP101 3/8" PAINTED PLYWOOD PANEL PAINTED BASE MOULDING TO MATCH EXISTING

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(2) 2X10 HEADER 2"

2"

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5/4X PAINTED HARDWOOD 3/8" PAINTED PLYWOOD PANEL 5/4X PAINTED HARDWOOD, SEE 2/A4.05 HARDWOOD SEAT TOP 1/2" PAINTED WOOD COVE MOULDING, GSL #WP101 5/4X PAINTED HARDWOOD, SEE 2/A4.05 1/2" PAINTED WOOD COVE MOULDING GSL MODEL NO. WP101

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1/2" PAINTED WOOD COVE MOULDING GSL MODEL NO. WP101

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Mudroom Elevation SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

PAINTED CROWN MOULDING TO MATCH EXISTING 5/4X PAINTED HARDWOOD, SEE 2/A4.05 1/2" PAINTED WOOD COVE MOULDING GSL MODEL NO. WP101

3/8" PAINTED PLYWOOD PANEL

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4" 2" 2" 4" 8 1/2"

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PAINTED WOOD STOOL TO MATCH EXISTING

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ALIGN

ALIGN

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2"

2" 8 3/4"

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A4.05

Bench Section SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

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2"

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PAINTED CROWN MOULDING TO MATCH EXISTING

2 1/2"

PAINTED CROWN MOULDING TO MATCH EXISTING 3/4" PAINTED HARDWOOD CABINET 3/8" PAINTED WOOD COVE MOULDING 1/4" PAINTED PLYWOOD PANEL

1'-3" 2" 11" 2"

GLASS UPPER CABINET TO MATCH EXISTING 3/4" PAINTED HARDWOOD CABINET

2"

EQ

3'-5 1/2"

3/8" PAINTED WOOD COVE MOULDING

3'-9 1/2"

2 1/2"

WOOD BRACKET TO MATCH EXISTING

1'-6"

8'-3 1/2"

5/4XPAINTED HARDWOOD COUNTER TOP 1/2" PAINTED WOOD COVE MOULDING, GSL #WP101

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2'-1 1/2" 2 1/2" 3'

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1/2" PAINTED WOOD COVE MOULDING, GSL #WP101 3/8" PAINTED WOOD COVE MOULDING 1/4" PAINTED PLYWOOD PANEL

3/4" PAINTED HARDWOOD CABINET 3/8" PAINTED WOOD COVE MOULDING 1/4" PAINTED PLYWOOD PANEL

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4"

2"

3/4" PAINTED HARDWOOD CABINET

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A4.05

Millwork Elevation

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SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

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1'-6"

2"

Millwork Side Elevation SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

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2 1/2" 2 1/2"

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Mudroom Elevation SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

PAINTED CROWN MOULDING TO MATCH EXISTING BLOCKING AS REQUIRED

1'-4 1/2" 1'

ADJUSTABLE SHELF PIN HOLES SPACED EQUALLY 3" O.C. (TYP) 3/4"

8'-5 3/4"

3/4" PAINTED PLYWOOD SHELF WITH HARDWOOD FRONT EDGE 3/4" PAINTED PLYWOOD SIDE PANEL 3/4X1-1/4" PAINTED HARDWOOD SHELF NOSING

1 1/4" EQ.

5'-5"

4" MILLWORK LEG, SEE 3/A4.05 BLOCKING AS REQUIRED

2 1/2" EQ.

4'

4" 3/4"

A4.05

1'-6"

1 1/4" EQ.

EQ.

1 1/4" 1 1/4"

EQ. EQ.

1 1/4"

WOOD BLOCKING FOR COAT HOOKS

4"

2 1/2"

1 1/4"

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8'-3 1/2"

GLASS AND WOOD DOOR, SEE 3/A5.01

PAINTED WOOD CUBBIES MILLWORK

1 1/4" EQ.

PAINTED PLYWOOD SHELF WITH HARDWOOD FRONT EDGE

EQ.

PAINTED WOOD CASING TO MATCH EXISTING

4 3/4"

3'-6 3/8" 1 3/4" EQ

1 1/4" 2 1/2" EQ.

2 1/2" EQ

EQ.

PAINTED CROWN MOULDING TO MATCH EXISTING 1/2" GYPSUM WALL BOARD

EQ.

8'-1" 1 1/4" 1 1/4" EQ. EQ.

3'-7 1/8" EQ.

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A4.05

3"

Cubbies Section SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0"

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TECTONIC CANOPY PROTOTYPE Professor Andrew Lyon

What started as an analysis of the installation Embankment by Rachael Whiteread, lead to the design of a modularly constructed canopy. The initial analysis was rooted in understanding and controlling lighting as a design tool; its effects as a gradient and means to control its ray-trajectory. The first methods of study were conducted by producing tectonic fabrics comprised solely of solid cubes. After a series of models, a type was chosen and enhanced further. While at Pratt Institute the project settled into a schematic concept and was incorporated into a separate design project that produced a primitive occupible structure. After graduation, I revised the project and redesigned its construction. I settled on a method which can be produced using digital fabrication techniques created using a 3 axis CNC machine. Utilizing new techniques, I developed a series of tectonic parts; following a parts to whole assembly philosophy.

41 CANOPY SECTION TOP VIEW 42 EXPLODED UNIT


43 EXPLODED UNIT

44 EXPLODED UNIT

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45 BLIND DADO ASSEMBLY COMPONENTS


47 CONCEPTUAL OCCUPATION


48 FABRIC ANALYSIS

49 ELEVATION


DORMITORY FOR PRATT INSTITUTE Professor Ezra Ardolino,

The dormitory for underclassman is adjacent to the Pratt Institute campus and is an eight story building that was designed to create an inclusive living environment. The concept is to allow for a free flow of uninterrupted public spaces that are multi-story to juxtapose against the tight dogma of the traditional dorm room. The catalyst of the design is a dynamic rain-screen design, rooted from a tablet-style concept model. Its morphology evolves with the program behind it and allows transparency to its occupants based upon the activities dictated to each space. Programmatically the building is split front to back; public vs. private, with an effort to force interaction among inhabitants by creating alternating pockets in the floor plates which communicate vertically throughout the design. It's important to note, that the design was facilitated in a partnership and had both MEP and structural consultants.

50 CNC MILLED CONCEPT MODEL


51 FRONT PERSPECTIVE

52 PROGRAM AND TRACTOR POINT ANALYSIS

STUDENT WORKSPACE

LOBBY

AUDITORIUM

ADMIN

CAFE-STORE

GYM

The attractor points which push and pull the facade are determined by lines and intersections. Intersections create a swell aggregation, while lines orientate the general direction and tightness of each horizontal row. The space above level 5 is determined by occupiable pockets of lounge space. See image 53 for plan.


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7'-7" 4'-1" 3'-6"

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53 SCHEMATIC DORM-PLAN

55 CONTEXTUAL DORM-PLAN

56 DORM JUXTAPOSITION


ROOF

80'

EIGHTH FLOOR

70'

SEVENTH FLOOR

60'

03 A501

04 A501

58 FACADE TAXONOMY SIXTH FLOOR

50'

FIFTH FLOOR

40'

FOURTH FLOOR

30'

THIRD FLOOR

20'

SECOND FLOOR

10'

GROUND FLOOR

0'

THERMAL GASKET

R A I N S C R E E N PA N E L S

SLAB EDGE THERMAL COVER

BASEMENT

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Overall Section- A-2-501 1 8 "=1'

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R A I N S C R E E N PA N E L S

59 FACADE CONSTRUCTION


60 INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

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