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www.gabrielajarrin.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/gabriela-jarrin (814)-321-1952 Master of Architecture Savannah College of Art and Design 2018


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ENDWISE Winery

LINK Tricentennial Plan for MLK Corridor

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PAINTING Hybrid Media

VODAFONE Network Tower

THE DISSECT Museum of Modern Art

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ADDENDUM

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COALESCE Photography Center

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NATURAE Urban Intervention


MOVEMENT AND DIRECTION

RIGIDITY AND REPETITION IN PLAN

Underground Bottling & Barrel

Exterior Render - Outdoor Event Space

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ENDWISE M A R K E D

T R E E

W I N E R Y

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Flat Rock, NC Winter-Spring 2016 Winery Proposal Total Area: 30,000SF Professor Alice Guess

The Marked Tree Winery facility will provide production facilities with an estimated yield of about 21,000 gallons per

year

of

wine.It

includes

on-site

sterile

bottling

facility and on-site barrel storage. Expected water usage of up to 1350 gallons of water per day. Water needs to be met with on-site well and storage tank. Hospitality spaces will provide tasting and event spaces to accommodate visitor tastings of up to 60 guest, indoor events of up to 100 people and outdoor events of up to 200 guests. For conceptual design face many aspects including the site’s circulation, access roads, placement and orientation, and other elements were taken into account to develop the project conceptually. One of the most significant elements found within the site’ parameters was the reppetitive vertical elements produced by light and the natural elemnts.

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The contrast between terroir elements of light and climate is the major source of insipration in the project. It is

an

evolving transformation of the vertical repetition, possitive and negative spaces, and the repetitive rigidity of vineyard in plan that informs the building and program. These aspects are used as a primary element in the design.

Hospitality

Structure Structure

Crush Pad Fermentation

Barrel

Double Tee Precast Concrete Double Tee Precast Concrete

Hospitality

Fermen

Hospitality

Outd Barrel

Outd

Egress Fire protected Glass Skylight

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Egress Fire protected


Structure Double Tee Precast Concrete

North Elevation

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cture


Hospitality Fermentation Outdoor Event Space Barrel

Outdoor Plaza

Egress Fire protected Glass Skylight

crete

1"=20' 0'

20'

50'

Structure Double Tee Precast Concrete

South Elevation Hospitality Fermentation Hospitality Outdoor Event Space Barrel

Outdoor Plaza

Barrel Egress Fire protected Glass Skylight

1"=20' 0'

20'

Egress Fire protected Glass Skylight

50'

South Elevation North Elevation

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Exterior Render - Outdoor Space

Exterior Render - Entrance

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Exterior Render

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Bucharest, Romania Fall 2015 Mixed Use Proposal Total Area: 16,000SM Professor Catalina Strother

Located in Bucharest, Romania, a very eclectic city placed within a diverse and disorganized urban context. The 16,000 m2 office building is a representation of this idea and the development of strategies to promote organization in the future of the city’s urban planning. The building is a contradiction to these issues. It is based on existing grids from different building usages and finding a way to develop organization properties through program and site design. I overlayed different array of grids over each distinct area of building usages and to find interesctions betweeen them. The product of the interesctions resulted in a new grid type that enhances my progam’s organization and allow people to understand the importance between positive and negative spaces.

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Exterior Render - Plaza

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Intersecting Grids

Grid Diagrams

Exterior Render Conceptual sketch

Site Plan

Site Section

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Level 1

North Elevation

Level 2

East Elevation

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COALESCE P H O T O G R A P H Y

C E N T E R

S T U D I O

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Savannah, GA Winter 2015 Photography Center Proposal Total Area: 30,000SF Professor Scott Dietz

Coalesce photography center is located in downtown Savannah, GA. The whole project is based on the process of how a digital cameras capture pictures. It transforms the idea of how pixels within a picture are equal in size but each and every one of them separate from each other in content. With this concept in mind, Collaese is a geometric abstraction of these ideas resulting in a well rounded composition like form. They pieces work collectiveley creating unity, repetition, pattern, and intersection in design. The use of materiality is an essential element in the project because it defines each shape as individual and separates accordignly to the program.

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Site Plan Process Diagrams

Equal

Program grid Circulation axis

Private

Public Retail Gallery Residential Educational

interlocking Geometry

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Primary axis

Sun and glass pannels

Egress

Entry points

Outdoor spaces


Level 1

Level 2

Atrium and Indoor garden

Level 3

Artist Loft

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THE LINK

T R I C E N N T E N I A L P L A N F O R T H E M L K C o r r i d o r G R A D

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Savannah, GA Fall 2017 Mixed Used Master Plan Proposal In Collaboration with Sebastian Fuentes Concept-DD Two Months

The Link is a class group project completed for the Urbanism based Graduate Studio I. It focusses on the redesign of the MLK corridor in downtown Savannah, GA. The objectives of the project include incorporating a transit Hub landmark while resurrecting the once existing “Union Station” to connect Savannah to the nation with rapid transit, encourage commercial diversity, stimulate economy, promote social interaction, and provide greater security. As a class, we were divided in four groups to complete the project. Within the LINK, we created a district called “Greenbelts to Art and Education” to incorporate landscaping and natural elements, integrate existing artistic venues to showcase creative work, stimulate economy, and encourage social interaction.

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Site Analysis

LIGHT RAIL STOPS

CRIME

Religious Educational Restaurants Points of Interest Stops Pedestrian

VACANT SPACES

High Crime Areas

GREEN SPACES

Parks

UNIFIED PATH

ZONING

Victorian District 3-B Multifamily & Residential R-M25 Victorian District 3-R

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Outdoor Plaza Adjacent to Light Rail Stop

Outdoor Plaza Adjacent to Light Rail Stop

Boardwalk Public Green Spaces

Restaurants Across Plaza & Hotel

Restaurants Across Plaza and Hotel

Storefronts Along MLK

Storefronts along MLK Yoga and Dance Center Public Parking Garage Double Tree Hotel Plaza/ Water Feature Local Supermarket Mixed Use: Apartments Commercial Parking

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Plaza

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Boardwalk

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THE DISSECT M U S E U M G R A D

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Charleston, SC Winter-Spring 2017 Museum- Mixed Use Proposal Total Area: 80,000SF Concept-CD Five Months

The Dissect Museum of Modern Art is located in the heart of the historic district of Charleston, South Carolina. It is based on the idea of changing the typical museum typology by “Dissecting” contemporary art into separate buildings. The museum is a place for humans to connect and for local artists to meet new artists. Taking advantage of the surrounding water, the museum is pierced by a Per Art market that has the best view of the river. This is a space where all local and international artists sell their art while having one of the best views in the city. The museum serves as a modern landmark and it’s giant water feature extends the visitor’s infinity view of water. The main entrance is kept discrete and intimate to provide an element of surprise.

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Exterior Rendering - Waterfront Park

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“ Separate into pieces;

HYBRID STRUCTURE CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE COLUMMNS, STEEL BEAMS AND STEEL K SERIES WEB JOISTS

Analyse minutely part by part.”

Dissecting a typical museum

Slicing geometries

Connecting underground and ground level Dissecting individual geometries into attempt to avoid direct sunlight

ROOF GLAZING AND SHADING ELEMENTS

WALL AND INTERIORS

FLOORS - ENTRANCE 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH

REFLECTIVE GLASS SKIN PANELS

SHADING ELEMENTS TERRACOTTA & ALLUCOBOND

STRUCTURAL RIBS

STRUCTURAL FRAMING, COLUMNS, FOUNDATIONS

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Site Plan

AUDITORIUM

VIEWING PLATFORM ARTIST LOFTS

PHOTOVOLTAIC SOLAR PANELS

PERIMETER HYDRONIC INDIRECT RAINWATER RADIANT COOLING LIGHTING HARVESTING FLOOR AND CEILINGS SYSTEM

ORIENTATION SPECIFIC SOLAR SHADES

CROSS VENTILATION

WATER STORAGE TANK

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Section Perspective


East Elevation

REFLECTING POOL RAMP ENTRY

SUNKEN PLAZA

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Third Level Photography Museum 32. Workshops 33. Lounge Area Painting & Sculpture Museum 34. Multipurpose Room 35. Lounge Area Glass Museum 36. Workshops 37. Lounge Area 38. Restrooms 39. Mechanical 40. Strorage Second Level Photography Museum 27. Open Gallery Space Painting & Sculpture 28. Open Gallery Spaces Glass Museum 29. Open Gallery Space 30. Mechanical 31. Storage First Level Photography Museum 17. Commercial Space 18. Storage Painting& Sculpture 19. Starbucks/ Coffee Shop 20. Restrooms 21. Outdoor Plaza 22. Viewing Platform Glass Museum 23. Reception 24. Restaurant 25. Kicthechen and Storage 26. Mechanical Entrance Level 1. Sunken Plaza 2. Entry 3. Lobby 4. Intro Galleries 5. RestroomsGift Shop 6. Lounge Area 7. Artist Lofts 8. Administration Offices 9. Storage 10. Mechanical 11. Seating 12. Back Stage 13. Restroom 14. Changing Room 15. Rehearsal 16. Workshop

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APPLE SMART CEILING SYSTEM WALL TO WALL LIGHTED CEILLING PANELS THAT OFFER FLEXIBLE DISPLAYS FOR LARGE OPEN SPACES. EACH PANEL CONSISTS OF THOUSANDS OD LED TINY LIGHTS ARRAYED HORIZONTALLY DIRECTED DOWNWARD THROUGH A PLASTIC DIFFUSER.


Sunken Plaza

Gallery

Cafe

Underwater Main Entrance Artist Studios & Viewing Platform

Restaurant& Bar

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NATURAE P U B L I C G R A D

I N T E R V E N T I O N

T H E S I S

Guatemala City, Guatemala Fall-Winter 2018 Urban Intervention Proposal Professor Scott Singeisen Concept

By

Unravelling

the

interpretation

of

mental

disorders

and environmental psychology, we can develop an assessed prognosis

on

needs

indicidual

of

design

opportunities disorders,

that

support

adress

specific

positive

mental

health, and promote resiliance. The effect of environmental psychology and the impact of nature on mental health force a reconsideration of public spaces and design - primarily anxiety,

depression,

privatization

of

stress,

resources,

and

substance

services,

abuse.

The

facilities,

and

specialists accentuate the inequalities of mental healthcare services. The association of the common mental disorders with violence is the predominant cause of alcohol and drug abuse in the country. Using the human preference for nature and aversion of urban environments, the neighborhood people with mental disorders can engage open spaces adressing nature, midfulness, interaction, movement, temperatuture, and light. Resulting exploration and imagery is presented as it forms the future of public spaces and community environments in the city of Guatemala to bring people out of the shadows and raise awareness for mental health as a global issue.

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‘Ruralization of Metropolitan areas’

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+RESILIENCY

+NATURE

+MENTAL HEALTH

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PAINTING

S E G R E G A T I O N 18X18 IN.

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H Y B R I D

M E D I A


B I P O L A R 24X36 IN.

W A T E R C O L O R

C U L T U R A L 24X18 IN.

H O N G K O N G

H Y B R I D

M E D I A

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ADDENDUM

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NAVICENT C H I L D R E N ‘ S

H O S P I T A L

H K S

I N T E R N

S U M M E R

Exterior Render

Macon,GA Summer 2017 Healthcare DD-CD Three Months - Designed and 3D Modeled everything in Level 03 Lobby including reception desk, pony walls, ceilling, etc. - Selected finishes, conducted renderings and edited postproduction using phtooshop. - 3D modeled furniture in Cafe including book shelf,counters etc.

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Level 3 Lobby


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- I modeling and created elevations for all reception desks and nurse stations. - Selected finishes and designed Wall Graphics. - I was through entire CDs Phase helping back and forth from Interiors to Architecture department. From RCPS and details to Interior finishes and client presentations.

Cafe

Level 1 Lobby

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