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GABI SARHOS

18 CIRCLE LANE, APT 36A, ALBANY, NEW YORK 12203 / GABI@GABI-SARHOS.COM / HOME 518-309-2012 / MOBILE 917-626-6274

GABI SARHOS

SUMMARY

Experienced and collaborative designer. Strong design, illustration, graphic design, and technical and creative writing skills. Project management experience. Interest in ecologies of human settlements and the cultural, economic, legal, social, and environmental forces that shape natural and manmade space.

streetscapes, mixed-use development. Managed upcoming monograph of firm’s work. Wrote, designed, and managed firm’s blog. Developed, designed, and produced marketing postcard campaign.

5/2010 - 11/2011 Managing Editor New Aging, Architecture for Aging Co-edited and managed planned publication of New Aging, a multidisciplinary book rethinking the contribution of architecture and design to the way we age.Collaborators include Matthias Hollwich (HWKN), BOOM, Actar Publishers, and a distinguished group of experts in aging-related fields.

GABI SARHOS

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2008 - present Designer Gabi Sarhos Design Work includes spatial/3D design solutions, urban design, and graphic design projects for start-ups, private clients, and exhibitions. Ithaca Common Playspace / Competition submission for urban design of play space for City of Ithaca (NY) Planning & Economic Development Division. Wolcott Street Apartment / Terrace, planting, and furniture design. Albrightsville House / Design, documentation, and material specification for deck addition. Suryasta Yoga Studio / Space planning and furniture design for new yoga studio in Brooklyn, NY. DeskRevolution Coworking / Space planning, logo design, and marketing materials for collaborative office space. BoffoNY Public Arts / Coordination, graphic design, and print production of catalog for Objective Affection, a 90+ artist exhibition. 11/2011 - 12/2012 Designer Landworks Studio, Inc. / Boston, MA For award-winning landscape architecture firm, participated in the design and dialogue of landscape architecture projects, including land planning projects, urban design, high performance landscapes,

3/2008, 8/2008 - 5/2009 Architectural Intern Hollwich Kushner Architecture DPC / New York, NY Conceptualized and prepared architectural materials and film to present HWKN work. Developed concept design, as-is and design drawings, and prepared documentation for greeting card factory conversion into artist live-work spaces. 5/2004 - 8/2005 Writer and Marketing Consultant Office for Writing & Marketing / Brooklyn, NY Developed and produced marketing materials for design, architecture/engineering and wayfinding/design firms, and institutional clients including Two Twelve Associates, Sylvia Harris, Inc., Mugno Consulting, New York University. 10/1998 - 5/2004 Marketing Manager Two Twelve Associates, Inc. / New York, NY Developed and wrote new business proposals and presentations for graphic design firm working with architects, developers, corporations and institutions. Developed sales leads and increased proposal response rate by 30%. Designed database. Produced promo and public relations materials. Supervised junior staff.

EDUCATION Master of Architecture / 2008 University of Pennsylvania School of Design Ecological design concentration Career Discovery, Architecture / 2003 Harvard School of Design Bachelor of Arts / 1998 Dartmouth College

RELATED SKILLS Software Revit 2014 (in training); Rhino 4.0 and Maxwell Render; AutoCAD; Ecotect; Adobe CS5, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop; Adobe Premiere, Adobe AfterEffects; Microsoft Office Suite; Access, Filemaker; HTML and CSS; Social-media and CMS platforms, including Facebook, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Wordpress, SquareSpace Writing, Editing & Filmmaking Concepts, research, and execution of written materials. Film planning, production, and editing. Languages English, Romanian, intermediate Russian, basic French.

ACTIVITIES / AWARDS / PUBLICATIONS Juror and Instructor, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute School of Architecture, Vertical Studio / 2013 Juror, Parson School of Design / 2009 Copy Editor and Contributor, ViaOccupation / 2008 PennDesign, Will M. Melhorn Scholarship / 2007 For excellence in Research and Architectural Theory Member, PennDesign Lecture Committee / 2006-2008 Organized lecture series, symposia, debate series Member, AIA NY Marketing Committee / 2004-2005


what multipurpose urban playspace

children, adults, and elders

who

how urban adventure sense of enclosure

when daytime nighttime

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children, adults, and elders

who

The Common, Ithaca, New York TYPE Urban Design, Playscape PROGRAM Playspace on the town square CONCEPT Enclosure and connection CLIENT City of Ithaca Planning & Economic Development Division STATUS Design Competition Completed Fall 2013 TEAM Gabi Sarhos Design, The Carter Company and Development Group LLC SITE

how urban adventure sense of enclosure

when daytime nighttime

YO! URBAN PLAYSPACE

The City of Ithaca issued a call for design proposals for a play space sited in a small parcel of Ithaca Common, newly redesigned by Sasaki Associates. Our team developed YO, a playspace for all ages, engages the idea that play in the public realm is play of discovery, unprescribed play, play that engages the young and the not so young in common activities. We designed the playspace as a shared resource for The Ithaca Common, aiding in wellbeing and development of kids of all abilities. A concrete form that creates a sense of enclosure + a series of color pathways that connect the space to the Common + sandboxes, climbing bars (and an optional slide), YO offers opportunities for climbing, crouching, digging, jumping, and just plain old sitting and people watching (or supervising your kids at play).


YO! URBAN PLAYSPACE GABI SARHOS

Sense of Enclosure & Connection

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Wheelchair Turn Radius

Interactive, Accessible Zone

Surface to Play, Sit, and View In, On, and Around

Accessible Connections

Whimsy & Exploration

Urban Playscape PlayExploreDelight


FLUX FACTORY ARTIST COLLECTIVE Long Island City, New York, USA TYPE Interiors, Institutional, Concept Design, Professional Work PROGRAM Conversion of former greeting card factory into artist studios & apartments CONCEPT Layered interventions STATUS Completed 2008-2009, In collaboration with Matthias Hollwich of HWKN CREDITS 3D model, drawings, site analysis and documention: Gabi Sarhos. Renderings: HWKN. SITE

Flux Factory wanted a series of work and social space plus dormitory style rooms to house artists in residence which would be in flux every three to twelve months. Our interventions considered materials reuse from previous factory, insulating material applications, and visual layering of old and new architecture.

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3 GALLERY & ENTRANCE RENDERINGS 1 View from entrance hall toward gallery 2 Gallery with insulating ceiling, wall, and applied window frames 3 View toward entrance and common space

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FLUX FACTORY GABI SARHOS ARTIST COLLECTIVE GABI SARHOS GABI@GABI-SARHOS.COM / 518-309-2012 GABI SARHOS GABI SARHOS

LEVEL 0 (-4ft)

LEVEL 0 (-4’) LEVEL 1 (street level) LEVEL 2 (+4’) LEVEL 3 (+3’-6”) LEVEL 4 (+9’-11”)

LEVEL 1 (street level)

LEVEL 5 (+10’-9”)

LEVELS 0 + 1 AXONOMETRIC INTERVENTIONS + TRANSITION POINTS 1/16” = 1’- 0”

SCALE 1/16” = 1’ - 0” COMMON ROOM RENDERINGS

SCALE 1/16” = 1’ - 0”


FLUX FACTORY GABI SARHOS ARTIST COLLECTIVE GABI SARHOS GABI@GABI-SARHOS.COM / 518-309-2012 GABI SARHOS GABI SARHOS

LEVELS 0 + 1 DEMOLITION AND CONSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS (NTS)

LEVELS 2 + 3 DEMOLITION AND CONSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS (NTS)


SUN STUDY, JUNE 1, 8:15AM- 4:15PM (top) EXISTING SITE CONDITION (below)

79 WOLCOTT STREET TERRACE & FURNITURE Brooklyn, New York, USA TYPE Residential, Terrace Residential design for exterior terrace CONCEPT Solar and Activity Zones CLIENT Private STATUS Under construction 2014 SITE

PROGRAM

A family of four who loves to entertain and play outside wanted to upgrade the rough exterior which they inherited with their new urban terrace in Red Hook, Brooklyn. The design is based on initial sun and light study that helps to determine where program zones—for sitting, sun bathing, day and evening entertaining, and terrace planting—would be located. The design of terrace, as seen in the final floor plan, reflects a simple patterned ground plane that reflects the clients’ desire for easily removable teak tile flooring and vertical a palette of orange and gray and planters that, when viewed from different viewpoints on the terrace, would animate the space and create visual interest.

RENDERED SUN STUDY, JUNE 7:00 AM

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RENDERED SUN STUDY, JUNE 4:00 PM


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EDGES CONCEPT

GARDEN ZONES CONCEPT

LAYERS CONCEPT

RENDERED PLAN VIEW TERRACES CONCEPT SCALE 1’-0” = 1/8”

TERRACES CONCEPT


SECTION AA, SCALE 1/4” = 1’-0” (center) SECTION CC, SCALE 1/8” = 1’-0” (top) FINAL PLAN, SCALE AS NOTED (inset)

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ECONIC* KNOWLEDGE & MATERIAL EXCHANGE Rio de Janeiro, Brazil TYPE Academic work / Third year graduate architecture design studio / School of Design, University of Pennsylvania / Spring 2007 PROGRAM Urban recycling center and ecological knowledge exchange constructed over time by locals and visitors out of the materials it recycles CONCEPT Ecology + Icon = Urban Recycling + Material Accumulation + Information Exchange STUDIO CRITIC Matthias Hollwich TEAM Gabi Sarhos, Alexa Bosse SITE

ECOLOGICAL PROCESSES

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ICONIC RIO CITYMAKING

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ACCUMULATED BUILDING

SOUTHERN ELEVATION

SOUTHEAST CORNER

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NORTHEAST CORNER

NORTHWEST CORNER

SOUTHWEST CORNER


ECONIC* KNOWLEDGE & GABI SARHOSEXCHANGE MATERIAL GABI SARHOS GABI@GABI-SARHOS.COM / 518-309-2012 GABI SARHOS GABI SARHOS

15 YEAR CONSTRUCTION SCHEME, STILLS OF 360o ANIMATED VIEW

SERIAL LONG SECTIONS MACHINE PLAYSCAPE

UNIT DESIGN AND ASSEMBLY INTO CORBELED ARCHES


ECONIC* KNOWLEDGE & GABI SARHOSEXCHANGE MATERIAL GABI SARHOS GABI@GABI-SARHOS.COM / 518-309-2012 GABI SARHOS GROUND LEVEL PLAN, 1:1,600 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Interior hall and eventscape, material playland Special exhibition & ticket station Main entrance & material delivery Earthscape Food preparation area Dining area Site organization station & barter administration Market and trading event space, exhibitions, dance competitions Barter counter Sidewalk barter station for non-building materials Enclosed sidewalk

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ECONIC* KNOWLEDGE & GABI SARHOSEXCHANGE MATERIAL CIRCULATION circulation

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SITE ELEMENTS showing features of the future building and its footprint

paths PATHS

ROOFSCAPE OF COMPLETED BUILDING MAIN PUBLIC SPACE view West-Southwest of built structure

footprint FOOTPRINT

machines MACHINES

mounds MOUNDS

LANDSCAPE landscape


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Fishtown, Philadelphia, USA TYPE Academic work / First year graduate architecture design studio / School of Design, University of Pennsylvania / Spring 2007 PROGRAM Conflation of programs for transit and market, with urban multifunctionality and response to site conditions CONCEPT Circulation Paths + Structural Multifunctionality = Dense Urban Market + Transit Hub STUDIO CRITIC Rhett Russo

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To Train from HUB/Parking/ Landscape

Train Ticketing

Parking 2 Levels

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Level 1 for Hub? Level 2 for Supermarket?

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Loading Dock and Garbage Disposal for Supermarket 14' clearance

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Car Drop-off (GL) Train Ticketing (LV3)

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Parking 2 Levels Level 1 for Hub? Level 2 for Supermarket?

Landscape


HYPERMART GABI SARHOS MARKET-TRANSIT HUB

DIAGRAMS SHOWING SITE USAGE INTENSITIES Based on Excel spreadsheet data and projected radii of pedestrian site access leading to concept of hyperdense space

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18.71'

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Train Trolley Park and Ride Buses P&R Tram Pickup Bike Parking Supermarket

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Train Trolley Park and Ride Buses P&R Tram Pickup Bike Parking Supermarket

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Distance (ft) 440 880 1540 880 880 660 440

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Mapping DISTANCE EFFICIENCIES Hours What 12AM-5AM Train Trolley Park and Ride Buses P&R Tram Pickup Bike Parking Supermarket

Sections: White

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Objectives:

What:

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Plan Cuts:

Engage site Consider grains Eddies Observe behaviors Plan diagram

City as a result of infrastructure Site defined by infrastructure

Different energies Layering How many layers?

Blue: Sight Lines Green: Highway Exits Purple: Train Cuts

1. Underbelly (water underneath) 2. Surface (street pavement) 3. Sidewalks


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HYPERMART GABI SARHOS MARKET-TRANSIT HUB 11’ - 6”

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112’ - 6”

CONCEPTUAL HAND DRAWN SKETCH exploring program density and connectivity FORMAL LOGICS that consider parking turning radii for the supermarket parking lot, access angles for escalators, ramps and stairs, access points to train platforms, and crossovers for streets and other access points 3D CONCEPTUAL MODELS showing layering of programmatic zones.

27’ - 0”

7’ - 0” minimum overhead clearance


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PHYSICAL MODELS TOP AND CENTER Early wood cut study model establishing pathways and access, connections to site and within the volume, spatial configurations, and light // BOTTOM ROW Final conceptual model that establishes the building as a hyperdense body that funnels and directs people through the site to transit, parking, and shopping. ortation spaces, pathways to parking and train platform.


HYPERMART GABI SARHOS MARKET-TRANSIT HUB GABI SARHOS GABI@GABI-SARHOS.COM / 518-309-2012 GABI SARHOS GABI SARHOS

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L01 Loading Dock

L 01 - L02 Parking 120 vehicles


ARROW STREET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Cambridge, MA TYPE Academic work / Career Discovery Program / Harvard School of Design, Summer 2003 PROGRAM Elementary school for grades K-5 for with multi-graded classrooms CONCEPT Democracy in education SITE

TOP Site study photographs CENTER LEFT Circulation and volume orientation study. The rotational movement of the building volume reflects neighborhood traffic patterns. CENTER RIGHT Sketch exploring an evolved interpretation of democracy as a forum, showing the central core surrounded by classroom units with shared activity spaces.

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BOTTOM LEFT Initial concept models for the school, inspired by the idea of democracy as balance of power. BOTTOM RIGHT Later study models exploring volume proportions relative to the site and surrounding buildings, programming and square footage; the ideas of forum and checks and balances, as those present in a constitutional democracy, are further explored.


ARROW STREET GABI SARHOS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GABI SARHOS GABI@GABI-SARHOS.COM / 518-309-2012 GABI SARHOS GABI SARHOS

MIDDLE 360˚ Panoramic sketch of the surrounding site features BELOW LEFT View of the final model central core from just outside the building’s perimeter BELOW RIGHT Final model interior perspective from the user’s point of view. FINAL MODEL VIEW FROM MT. AUBURN STREETSIDE


TILT & MATCH* DESK

Brooklyn, New York, USA TYPE Furniture design PROGRAM Custom bamboo and Kirei wood desk CLIENT Suryasta Yoga Studio STATUS Design completed Spring 2010 SITE

LEFT ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE RIGHT PERSPECTIVE VIEWS

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ALBRIGHTVILLE HOUSE Albrightsville, Pennsylvania TYPE Residential, Professional consulting project; concept drawings provided to contractor PROGRAM Design for outdoor covered deck, including site measurements, light studies, material research and specification SIZE 625 SF STATUS Construction completed 2009 SITE

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LANDWORKS STUDIO MARKETING COLLATERAL

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Landworks Studio LOCATION Boston, Massachusetts, USA TYPE Graphic Design, Marketing, Writing PROGRAM Design of new business proposals for award-winning landscape architecture studio SIZE 8.5” X 11” STATUS Completed 2013 CLIENT


LANDWORKS STUDIO POSTCARD CAMPAIGN

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CLIENT Landworks

Studio LOCATION Boston, Massachusetts, USA Graphic Design, Professional work PROGRAM Design of postcard series to promote the firm’s new projects SIZE 4”X 6” STATUS Completed 2012 TYPE


FLOODPLAIN HOUSES PROPOSAL DESIGN

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Self LOCATION Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Graphic Design, Marketing, Proposal Development PROGRAM Proposal Design for Professional Practice Course SIZE 11” X 8.5” STATUS Completed 2008 CLIENT TYPE


FORT MASON DESIGN COMPETITION Landworks Studio,Inc. and Bruner/Cott Architects and Planners LOCATION Boston, Massachusetts, USA TYPE Proposal Design and Competition Sketches PROGRAM Design of template for architects’ qualifications package, and sketches during the competition submission STATUS Completed 2012 CLIENT

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MOBILE LIVING BOOK DESIGN Self LOCATION University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA TYPE Book Design PROGRAM Presentation book for for Ecological Design Seminar SIZE 10.25 X 11 CLIENT

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BOFFO-NY EXHIBITION CATALOG

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BOFFO-NY LOCATION Brooklyn, New York, USA Catalog Design PROJECT Design, management, and print production of newspaper-style exhibition catalog SIZE 11.25 X 16.5 CLIENT TYPE


GABI SARHOS GABI SARHOS Based in Albany, New York, Gabi Sarhos is an architectural designer and editor with com-

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bined expertise in design, marketing, and communications for private clients, and entrepreneurial, design, academic, and publishing organizations. Gabi’s architectural projects engage the ecologies of human settlements and the cultural, economic, legal, social, and

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environmental forces that shape natural and manmade space. She has worked on projects that include a design competition to revision Fort Mason in San Francisco, landscape architecture for waterfront park in Saudi Arabia, and a series of architectural interventions in the repurposing of a Long Island City, NY greeting card factory, the Flux Factory Artists Collective. Her academic and speculative work include Eco-xchange, a cultural knowledge and material exchange in Rio de Janeiro; the United States Embassy in Berlin; and HyperMart, a multimodal market-transit hub in Philadelphia. 18 CIRCLE LANE, APT 36A, ALBANY, NEW YORK 12203 / GABI@GABI-SARHOS.COM

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