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VICTOR LARA Assoc. AIA

MOTIVATION

Utilize management and design strategies to tackle varying project typologies, densities, and site conditions throughout the spectrum of the design profession.

EXPERIENCE ADDRESS

4017 West Kent Avenue Santa Ana, CA 92660

TEL 626.475.6388 EMAIL victorlarajr@gmail.com

PROJECT MANAGER, Sprint Network Vision | Jeffrey Rome & Associates — Mar 2011- Present (Newport Beach, CA) -Manage telecommunication upgrades for Sprint and AT&T markets ranging from California, Nevada, Wisconsin, and New York. As project manager, I maintain an open dialogue with facility/site acquisition managers to ensure that the scope of work for each project upgrade is satisfied from it’s initial stages to construction (ex. audit submission, zoning drawings, construction drawing, structural analyses) at a timely manner. INTERN | AIA Pasadena & Foothill Chapter — Aug 2010- Dec 2011 (Pasadena, CA) -Provide AIA Chapter with event graphics, such as event programs, flyers, certificate design, etc, for local Design Awards, Installation Galas, and other chapter events. Serve as Executive Director Assistant with event planning/set-up from start to finish. Delegate tasks as recruiter and spokesperson for the chapter. PRESIDENT | Cal Poly Pomona AIAS — June 2009- June 2010 (Pomona, CA) -Promoted strong student/ faculty relations within the Architecture Department as student representative of the largest AIAS chapter of over 150 chapters. Managed a Board to recruit 233 AIAS members (all-time national record), fundraised to facilitate a series of educational workshops, tours, and conferences for over 500 architecture students. First in command to initiate Freedom By Design Program, a non-profit volunteer service for architecture students. Launched Cal Poly Pomona’s first Alumni Outreach Program in the architecture program. INTERN ARCHITECT | Mythograph — June - Sept 2008 (Claremont, CA) -Provided renderings/editing of presentation images for Serra Mesa-Kearny Mesa Library Education Space Project.

EDUCATION

California State Polytechnic University | Pomona, CA — 2005-10 Bachelor of Architecture Degree, June 2010 National Technical University of Athens | Athens, GR — 2009 Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High School | Los Angeles, CA — 2001-05

SKILLS


RHYTHM RHYTHM COMMUNITY COMPLEX

project description

This project consists of designing a pedestrian bridge to connect the second floor of Building 9 with the second floor of Building 17 and serve the significant pedestrian traffic between these two buildings. The design must provide exterior pedestrian access between the bridge and the ground surface beneath it and have sufficient span and clearance to facilitate fire truck access below the bridge. It is also desirable that the bridge provides some sitting area for students to congregate between classes, a place for them to study and socialize, both on and below the new structure. The design must conform to all applicable codes, and it is preferable that the bridge does not rely on either building for lateral or vertical support.

typology: system

unit configuration: 3 bedroom unit 2 bedroom unit live work unit

site map

resident profile: number of units: 24 units: types: 3

density: 29 units per ace


BEDROOM BEDROOM

LIVING/ KITCHEN

GARAGE BEDROOM

LIVING/ KITCHEN +35.0’

MASTER BEDROOM

BATHROOM

OFFICE/ LIVING

GARAGE

BRIER AVE

transverse cut

+25.0’

+35.0’

LIVING/ KITCHEN

CONFERENCE ROOM

GARAGE

GARAGE

LIVING/ KITCHEN

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

LIVING/ KITCHEN

BEDROOM

OFFICE/ LIVING

GLENDALE BLVD +45.0’

+45.0’

OPEN TO BELOW

+35.0’

+35.0’

+25.0’

+35.0’

R

OPEN TO BELOW

OPEN TO BELOW

+25.0’

+25.0’

+35.0’

OPEN TO ABOVE

+10.0’

ELEVATOR

OPEN TO ABOVE

OPEN TO ABOVE

OPEN TO BELOW

R

+15.0’

+15.0’ OPEN TO ABOVE

PL

+25.0’

33

+20.0’

+25.0’

+15.0’

+25.0’

+15.0’

OPEN TO BELOW

R

R

R

LIFT

OPEN TO ABOVE

OPEN TO ABOVE

OPEN TO ABOVE

OPEN TO ABOVE

+20.0’

+30.0’

OPEN TO BELOW

+15.0’

+15.0’

+0.0’

R

+15.0’

+15.0’

+5.0’

+1.0’

25 R. @ 7 13/64" 24 T. @ 11"

OPEN TO BELOW OPEN TO BELOW OPEN TO BELOW

longitudinal cut BEDROOM

OPEN TO BELOW

MASTER BEDROOM ELEVATOR

OPEN TO BELOW

+25.0’

+15.0’

+15.0’

+25.0’

+5.0’

LIFT

OPEN TO BELOW

OPEN TO BELOW

+25.0’

OPEN TO BELOW

OPEN TO BELOW

OPEN TO ABOVE

OPEN TO ABOVE

OPEN TO ABOVE

OPEN TO ABOVE

OPEN TO ABOVE

OPEN TO BELOW

+4.0’

+3.0’

+2.0’

+0.0’

DOWN TO PARKING

UP TO PARKING

+2.5’

OPEN TO BELOW

OPEN TO ABOVE

OPEN TO BELOW

+20.0’

ELEVATOR

OPEN TO BELOW

+25.0’

ELEVATOR

ELEVATOR

+5.0’

+25.0’

OPEN TO ABOVE

+15.0’

R

OPEN TO BELOW

R

SILVER LAKE BLVD.

SILVER LAKE BLVD. BEDROOM MECHANICAL

BEDROOM +5.0’

OPEN TO ABOVE

OPEN TO ABOVE OPEN TO BELOW

+25.0’

STORAGE

+25.0’

BRIER AVE.

+15.0’

SILVER LAKE BLVD.

OPEN TO ABOVE

OPEN TO BELOW

ELEVATOR

PLAZA LEVEL ELEVATOR

R

OPEN TO ABOVE

RAMP DOWN TO PARKING

PL

OPEN TO ABOVE

ENTRANCE TO PARKING

1 +25.0’

GG PL

22

44 PL


Ingenieurbrucke Ingenieurbr端cke engineer bridge

engineer bridge

This project consists of designing a pedestrian bridge to connect the second floor of Building 9 with the second floor of Building 17 and serve the significant pedestrian traffic between these two buildings. The design must provide exterior pedestrian access between the bridge and the ground surface beneath it and have sufficient span and clearance to facilitate fire truck access below the bridge. It is also desirable that the bridge provides some sitting area for students to congregate between classes, a place for them to study and socialize, both on and below the new structure. The design must conform to all applicable codes, and it is preferable that the bridge does not rely on either building for lateral or vertical support. The bridge must be constructed principally of wood and be an example of the effective use of wood as a sustainable construction material. Other materials, such as steel or reinforced concrete, also may be used when appropriate, but the best designs will minimize the need for other materials. The bridge should also be a learning tool, and thus would be instrumented.


connections Wood Screw and Washer 4x6 Wood Arcs Canopy Covering

Arc to Canopy Covering

Canopy Covering

10’-0” typ.

4’-2”

7’-0”

5”

7’-0”

6’-6”

north elevation

Metal Tube 10’-0” typ.

Bolt and Washer

B

9’-8”

Steel Column to Canopy Covering

4x6 Wood Column 4’-0”

3’-0”

Steel axial Plate

Axial Steel Plate to Column

A

A

4x6 Wood Railing

2’-2”

1’-7”

1’-3”

4x6 Wood Joist

2’-0”

10” 6”

5’-0”

Bolt and Waher Assembly

1/4” Steel Flitch Plate

2’-3”

Bolt and Washer Assembly B

7’-0”

Railing Detail

4x6 Wood Joist 4x6 Wood Column 1/2” Steel Flitch Plate Bolt and Washer Assembly 1/4” Steel Tenshion Cable site map

Bolt and Washer Assembly

plans

Deck to Column Connection

1’-0”

6”

2’-4”

3’-0”

5’-4”

6”

1/4” Steel Tenshion Cable 4x6 Wood Column Bolt Assembly 1/2” Steel Plate Bolt Assembly Steel Plate ConcreteFoundation Foundation Connection

Joist to Beam Connection

Joist to Beam Connection

Beam to Column Connection Flitch Plate

top plan


Details

connections

framing plan

G

east elevation

south elevation reverse ceiling plan

1/2” Steel Flitch Plat e

1/2” Steel Flithch Plat e A

A Steel Arc

4x6 Joist

4x6 Joist

Wood Column Steel Axial Plate Steel Axial Plate Steel T eshion Cables Steel T enshion Cables

canopy plan


CAHUENGA INCLINE CAHUENGA INCLINE elementary (diagonal roof playground)

The site is located at the intersection of Western Ave. and 2nd St. in Koreatown in the City of Los Angeles. Develop design proposals for Cahuenga Elementary School using the Program generated by the Los Angeles Unified School District. You are to begin your design concept by looking carefully at the site logistics. Therefore, the objective is to design a high performance school to create a better learning environment for children. Consequently, this will provide an optimum learning environment.

site plan

site


OPEN TO BELOW

+33.0’

N

+29.0’

+29.0’

+16.0’

ADMINISTRATIO

OPEN TO ABOVE

+16.0’

+13.0’

MS GYM

OPEN TO ABOVE

OPEN TO BELOW

SROO CLAS MS SROO CLAS MS SROO CLAS

OPEN TO BELOW

OPEN TO BELOW

N

A

OPEN TO ABOVE

ARDE

OPEN TO ABOVE

B

MULTIPURPOSE CAF ETERIA LIBRARY

diagrams

PROGRAM

L OVE

L

t2 N

ER G

A

KIND

B

gG

l1 OPEN TO AB

S ground level

S ub

site plan

OPEN TO BELO W

+13.0’


Elevationsandsections north elevation

B

longitudinal LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1/16” = 1’-0”

west elevation

transverse

A path two egress

path one south elevatioin

east elevation

CROSS SECTIO

1/16” = 1’-


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