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DESIGN FUNDAMENTAL 1 PLANE FOLDED AND DIALOGUE POINT LINE PLANE MOVEMENT ANALYSIS

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DE YOUNG MUSEUM THE PAVILION - A GRAND CENTRAL EXPERIENCE

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DESIGN FUNDAMENTAL 2

DESIGN 1

DESIGN 2

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DESIGN FUNDAMENTAL 1 FALL 2010

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PROJECTS plane folded and dialogued point - line - plane movement analyzed

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PLANE FOLDED AND DIALOGUE

ELEVATIONS

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FRONT ELEVATION

LEFT ELEVATION

BACK ELEVATION

RIGHT ELEVATION

folding sequence 1

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FLOOR PLANS

second floor

roof

PLANE FOLDED AND DIALOGUED

first floor

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POINT | LINE | PLANE

reference - the barcelona pavilion

identification of materials planes has been inserted horizontally and vertically into a cube in order to define spaces in the model. there is also the contrast of materials, basswood, styrene and glass

define volumes with planes inserted into a three dimensional frame. the barcelona pavilion by mies van der rhode in spain should be used as a reference

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modelo

POINT | LINE | PLANE planes has been inserted horizontally and vertically into a cube in order to define spaces in the model. there is also the contrast of materials, basswood, styrene and glass

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MOVEMENT ANALYZED

UNDERSTANDING THE MOTION

legs arms TORSO

EACH MOTION IS REPRESENTED IN THIS STUDY MODEL AS LAYERS. ONE ON TOP OF THE OTHER ONE

observe and interpret a human movement, then design a model with the understandinG of the move. the diagram above represents an understanding of five moves on each motion from the entire sequence of the windmill dance

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DRAWINGS

first floor

back elevation

second floor

left elevation

right elevation

third floor

MOVEMENT ANALYZED

front elevation

the frame represents the body, the stryrene represents how high the person legs raise and the basswood how far the person gets on the side. since the motion is spinning the whole time, the result of the model is a spiral circulation

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DESIGN FUNDAMENTAL 2 SPRING 2011

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PROJECTS grid - surface - environment - site program design in collaboration

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GRID | SURFACE | ENVIROMENT | SITE 14

rendered grid - basswood TRANSFORM A GRID INTO A SPATIAL CONFIGURATION

TRANVERSE SECTIONS

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

GRID | SURFACE | ENVIROMENT | SITE

drawings and model

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working with a given context

PROGRAM

SIDE PICKED TO WORK WITH

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The project is to work with a given context from a previous person project. the program is to show three occupiable spaces. the design should deliver structure, enclosure and light managament

drawings and model spaces section b

section a

cut section c

PROGRAM

floor plan 1

floor plan 2

section a

section b

section c

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middle design idea

working with a partner to come up with a solution for a middle design model, which would be an integration of her program model and mine, which wil lbe located at the ends of the new design

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drawing and model

floor plan 2

sections

floor plan 1

the model goes from a transition of darkness to lightness. the integration of the middle design is based on light, water (peaceful) and freedom.

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DESIGN 1 FALL 2011

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PROJECTS de young museum precedent study the pavilion - a grand central experience

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precedent analysis

Eucalyptus Trees The entire exterior is expected to eventually oxidize and take on a greenish tone and a distinct texture to echo the nearby eucalyptus trees.

Green Benches

The benches were meant for tourist to relax and enjoy the view of the different type of trees and exterior views of the museum

The Safety Pin It's big, 21-ft tall, and angles over a walkway. They're devotees of the roadside sculptures of Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen, which are "Art" statements, but they're also honking-big versions of everyday objects, ripe for tourist photo ops.

Francis Scott Key Monument A monument to Key was commissioned by San Francisco businessman James Lick, who donated some \$60,000 for a sculpture of Key to be raised in Golden Gate Park.

de young museum is located in san francisco- california, it was built by architects herzog and de meuron. this museum is anti- earthquakes due to collapse of previous buildings built before de young

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diagram of sequence

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the effect of light flickering through a canopy of leaves was replicated. the building is clad with variably perforated and dimpled copper plates, whose patina will slowly change through exposure of elements. this exterior facade was developed and fabricated by enginers at zahner

Analysis of Circulation

More than 1,400 stellar examples from the eastern Sudan, the Guinea coast, west and central Africa, eastern and southern Africa, and elsewhere on the continent are included in the Fine Arts Museumsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; African art collection at the de Young Museum.

Upper Gallery Level

View from the Tower

Main Lobby Is known for their activities and events that they organize to make the museum more interactive with the tourist.

Exhibition Level

View from Stairs

Concourse Level

DE YOUNG MUSEUM

Pacific Art

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THE PAVILION

site analysis

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Design a pavilion for Central Park (Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis) Reservoir in New York City. A pavilion is described as an outdoor structure; it is often a building in a park, fair, garden, also use a shelter and entertainment or exhibition. This pavilion must have a bird blind for visitors to enjoy the view of the species

BIRD BLINDS

THE PAVILION

CONCEPT MODELS

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1 The concept model tries to project three experiences. The front part the trees, the middle part a nesting and the last part , close to the water, the birds observation in different levels. 2 The second concept model shows three arches and a big open sphere in the back. As you walk through the site a person experience this sense of going from dark to light, and the arches are surrounded by trees

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THE PAVILION

PROGRAM ORGANIZATION FIRST FLOOR ENTRANCE RAMP CIRCULATION GATHERING SPACE EXHIBITION BOAT LAUNCH SECOND FLOOR TERRACES OFFICES STORAGES JOGGER'S PATH RAMP CIRCULATION THIRD FLOOR BIRD OBSERVATION

SUN DIAGRAM

Concept model 2 was taking further to built this pavilion and study models were developed with solid arches. the arches came from the idea of the tree branches, which in the site formed arches figures

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study models

THE PAVILION an open pavilion with open terraces will let the natural light iluminate inside the pavilion and conserve energy. the jogger's path will not interact inside the pavilion; however, interacts with it.

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THE PAVILION

ATION

BOAT LUNCH

STORAGE

STORAGE BIRD OBSERVATION

OFFICE

JOGGER'S PATH

SECTION B

GATHERING SPACE

GATHERING SPACE

SECTION B

SECTION A

SECTION A

FIRST FLOOR

TERRACE

SECTION B GATHERING SPACE

ENTRANCE

OFFICE

TERRACE

TERRACE SECTION B

TERRACE EDUCATION

EDUCATION

EXHIBITION

EXHIBITION

BOAT LUNCH

BOAT LUNCH

JOGGER'S PATH

SECTION A

GATHERING SPACE

ENTRANCE

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SECTION A

SECTION A

SECOND FLOOR

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BOAT LUNCH

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drawings

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STORAGE

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EXHIBITION

tranverse section a TERRACE

SECTION B

GATHERING SPACE

SECTION B GATHERING SPACE

ENTRANCE

SECTION A

THIRD FLOOR

OFFICE EDUCATION

BIRD OBSERVATION

SECTION A

TERRACE

SECTION A

JOGGER'S PATH

ENTRANCE / LOBBY

EXHIBITION

BOAT LUNCH

longitudinal section b

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JOGGER'S PATH

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SECTION B

BOAT LUNCH

LUNCH

BIRD OBSERVATION

THE PAVILION

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THE PAVILION

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west elevation

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south elevation

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THE PAVILION

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PERSPECTIVES

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BIRD SECTION DETAIL

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DESIGN 2 spring 2012

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PROJECTS palazzo massimo facade study palazzo angelo facade reconstruction high line fashion

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site analysis

The next project is located in Rome, the mission is to reconstruct the Palazzo Angelo, which is next to the Palazzo Massimo. In order to redesign the new facade; it is important to understand the Massimo in its full.

The site stands in the site of an old odeon, the entrance of the palace aligns with the opposite strret to mantain circulation from the outside to the inside. The entrance is a portico with a set of doric columns. The palazzo potraits an example of artistic willfulness or mannerist excess, and the facade contrast between the bricks and ornaments.

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study models

FOLDING

FOLDING

TRIANGLES

HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL

BENDING

Design a new facade for the Palazzo Angelo Massimo. This new facade has to show the family Massimo legacy as well as a design that provides light and air.

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SECTION B

SECTION A

ROOF PLAN

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DRAWINGS

FIRST FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR

THIRD FLOOR

FOURTH FLOOR

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SECTION A SECTION B

HIGH LINE FASHION

DESIGNER'S BACKGROUND AND STYLE collage - prosthetic - mindmaps

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EVOLUTION - CONCEALING - REVEALING - WRAPPING

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SCHEME SELECTED / PROCESS

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HIGH LINE FASHION

DRAWINGS

roof

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HIGH LINE FASHION

first floor

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second floor

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HIGH LINE FASHION

HIGH LINE FASHION

third floor

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fourth floor

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HIGH LINE FASHION

HIGH LINE FASHION

fifth floor

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HIGH LINE FASHION sections

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B-B

elevations

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perspectives

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section detail steel

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the beginning
the beginning