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H AUNHOLTER

GRAEME

2018 PORTFOLIO


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CONTENTS

INFO

c u r r i c u l u m v i t a e 2

a b o u t 3

ARCHITECTURE

p r o f e s s i o n a l w o r k

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reflective perspectives

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b a r c e l o n a s t u d i o

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p r i v a t e p r o j e c t

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ako-katssinn

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high rise

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future memories 32

OBJECT 36 PHOTOGRAPHY 44


GRAEME HAUNHOLTER

M A rc h | B D e s | A CI D | A A A

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C a l g a ry , AB , T2R 1C7 780.909.3865

EDUCATION

a g r a e meh a un h ol t er.com hi @

M A S T E R O F A R C H I T E C T U R E - Un iv e r s i t y o f C a l g a r y 2018 B A C H E L O R O F D E S I G N [ I n dust r ial De s i g n] - U ni v e r s i t y o f Al b e r t a 2011

EXPERIENCE S T U D E N T A R C H I T E C T - M an as c I s aa c Ar chi t e ct s 2017

A ssisted in de sig n de v e lo pm e n t an d do c u me nt a t i o n, f e a s i b i l i t y r e p o r t s , C AD mo d e l i ng , r e nd e r i ng , e t c. FREELANCE DESIGNER

2014 - p resen t

Independent and partnered projects including 3D modeling, architectural rendering, product prototyping and m anufa ctur in g , g r aph ic an d w e b de sig n , co nce p t d e v e l o p me nt , a nd p ho t o g r a p hy . C l i e nt s i ncl u d e E d mon t on Econ om ic Development Corporation, Ion Developments, Alberta Enterprise Group, Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Citadel Theatre, Enha nce En e r g y , Car r aig R idg e D e v e lo pme nt , M a p l e S u p p l y C o . , E mca l a D e v e l o p me nt s , a nd mo r e . C O - E D I T O R - Ult r a J o ur n al

2017 - 18

Ultra is an annually published collection of student work from the Faculty of Environmental Design, University of Calgary. T he p ro ject s ar e c ur at e d n o t o n ly as in di v i d u a l w o r ks , b u t a s a b o d y a nd na r r a t i v e a r o u nd t he s p e cul a t iv e n a t ure of design sch o o l. M E D I A C H A I R - Un iv e r sit y o f Calg ar y F a cu l t y o f E nv i r o nme nt a l D e s i g n S t u d e nt As s o ci a t i o n

2016 - 17

D evelop ed c r e at iv e f o r in t e r n al e v e n t s pr omo t i o n. F A B R I C A T I O N W O R K S H O P A S S I S T A N T - U ni v e r s i t y o f Al b e r t a 2014

Assisted in the Design Prototyping and Fabrication Shop, designing and developing custom projects for various faculties. T asks invo lv e d lase r c ut t in g , 3 D pr in t in g , wo o d wo r ki ng , me t a l wo r ki ng , a nd v a r i o u s p l a s t i c p r o ce s s e s . D E S I G N E R - O liv e r A pt .

2013 - 14

D esigned , built , an d c o llabo r at e d o n c ust o m s p a ce s a nd f u r ni t u r e p i e ce s .

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FEATURED WORK PUBLISHED PHOTOS

PUBLISHED BOOKS

National G e o g r aph ic (2 0 0 9 )

U L TR A j o u r na l ( 2018)

R omka (2 0 1 3 )

I S S N : 2561- 648X

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A lb erta Co n st r uc t io n M ag azin e (W 2 0 1 4 ) British G Q (J uly 2 0 1 6 )

EXHIBITIONS

Newad Can adian c am paig n (2 0 1 1 + 2 0 1 6)

To r o nt o I nt e r i o r D e s i g n S ho w ( 2012)

Minim al Mag (2 0 1 8 )

E d mo nt o n D e s i g n S ho w ( 2014)

Visual Vo ic e s (2 0 1 8 )

TĂŞ t e J a u ne D e s i g n S ho w ( 2015)

HUNY Club (2 0 1 8 )

E V D S Y E S G a l l e r y S ho w ( 2018)


ABOUT

M a s t e r of A r c h i t e c t u r e g raduate w or kin g in th e r eal m of 3D model in g, a r c h i t e c t u r a l + g r a p h i c design , an d ph otogr aph y. I en c ompass a mul tid i s c i p l i n a r y a p p r oa c h t o al l for ms of makin g. I enjoy making music, reading, writing, thinking, and traveling. In my s p a r e t i m e I l i k e t o d r a w , sol ve r ubik’s c ubes, an d ten d to my pl an ts. I welcome anything that keeps my creative senses stimulated. I try to e s c a p e t o t h e f a r c o r n e r s of th e gl obe as fr equen tl y as possibl e, to dr aw i n s p i r a t i o n f r om t h e b r e a dth of c ul tur al diver sity.

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ARCHITECTURE

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PROFESSIONAL WORK 6

A se le c t i o n o f v i s u a l i za t i on s c r e a t e d f o r p r ojec ts by M an asc Isaac Ar c h itec ts. Edmon ton , 2017


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The notion of hiding in plain sight is a difficult

alternative industries. The city has made failed

thing to quantify. What you see is not what

attempts at developing its tech sector in the

y o u ge t .

past, but the abundance of empty space has since forced them to reconsider. In this near

LiDAR

technology

measures

the

three-

future, incentive programa for tech companies

dime n si o n a l s t r u c t u r e of a s u r f a c e b y l igh tin g

h ave br ough t about deman d by th ose seek i ng

up the particular area with a laser and

to operate under a veil of anonymity. The

measuring how light is reflected off of an

Dar k Web h as foun d a n ew h ome for its data

object. Naturally, depth intensities vary with

ser ver s, n aivel y fun ded by th e c ity.

materiality and conditioning. There are known issues with detection of transparent and

This architecture is devised for a neo-illuminati

translucent objects, as well as identification

type organization, solely to house and hide

o f mirro rs . M i r r o r s d o n o t a p p e a r i n th e poin t

th eir ac tivities fr om gover n men t agen c ies and

cloud. Instead, for every reflected beam, an

c or por ation s w h o ar e c on stan tl y mappin g and

incorrect scan point is created behind the

documenting the environment. The project

actual mirror plane. The scrambling effect is

wants to exist on a physical timescale, yet

achieved with high reflectivity, regardless of

remain anonymous and inaccessible within the

t h e mat e r i a l ’ s f o r m a l p r op e r t i e s . O n th e oth er

digital r eal m.

end of the spectrum, materials coated with Vantablack TM pigment subdue the effect by

This project is more of a narrative device

absorbing 99.9% of the laser, creating spatial

than a formal creation strategy. Rather than

v o ids.

generating something new, in terms of form, it is generating new queries and observations;

The idea of using physical reflections to

how does this architecture transform our

obscure or remove elements in the digital

relationship to the city and the technologies

realm reinforces the void. It produces a

th at ar e c on stan tl y sen sin g an d makin g sense

state of exception to the human and sustains

of it? Is th er e a w ay to h ide th e fac t th at thi s

it. By producing space through implication,

buil din g an d/or its ac tivity is th er e at al l ?

architecture no longer needs to be about edge and containment; rather, it can focus

Developing these techniques and material

on producing new types of boundaries and

explorations have allowed for one form in

re adi n gs.

the physical to be read differently, in an

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unexpected,

speculative

manner

through

Calgary, once the epicenter of Canada’s

LiDAR. This project is interested in distorting

oil and gas industry, has fallen prey to its

digital perceptions of the physical world

volatility. The effects of the energy recession

and exploring the impact from the human

have resulted in downtown vacancy rates at

side, speaking to a greater parallel between

record highs, leaving many speculating new

ph ysic al l an dsc ape an d digital l an guage.

Sen io r R esea rch | Med ia t ed Op t ics: Arch i t ect u r e i n t he Ag e o f M a chi ne V i s i o n | 5000m 2 | P r o f : Ma t t Par ke r | 2 018

REFLECTIVE PERSPECTIVES

STUDIO

EX PL O R I NG + EX P L OIT IN G D ET EC T ION M E TH O D S IN 3 D D E P TH SE N SO R S


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MATERIAL EFFECTS

TABULA RASA

MATERIAL

ACRYLIC // GLASS

ALUMINIUM FOIL

MIRROR

CONTROL MIRROR

I n c o rre c t sc an p o i n t s a r e p r od u c e d b e h i nd th e mir r or pl an e, sc r ambl in g th e re sult an t po in t c l o u d b y c r e a t i n g a r a n d o miz ed distr ibution . 35° ANGLE

45° ANGLE

FLAT

2 AT 90° ANGLE

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3 AS HALF CUBE

CONDITIONING

MATERIAL

TESTS


WHAT YOU SEE IS NOT WHAT YOU GET

ш чг<п от> шyg Through

super

generic

programming,

the

bui ldi n g do e s n ot r e a d b e y on d t h e i m m ediatel y ac c e ssible . A t h r e e s t o r y p u b l i c p a r k i n g fac il ity that has been retrofitted to accommodate more v e rt ic al park i n g , l e a v e s l i t t l e t o t h e i m a gin ation to think of it as anything but. New levels are assumed to be more parking, yet they are in ac c e ssi ble t o t h e p u b l i c . The building is structured with a publicly accessible portion, but is largely restricted, un k n o wn , an d t oo b a n a l f or a n y on e t o c a r e. Materiality is an important factor in determining how the building is read digitally. A strategic combination of VantablackTM, black glass, and one-way mirrored glass, all affect the LiDAR re ado ut by ab s o r b i n g , ob s c u r i n g , a n d r e fl ec tin g the laser scans. Subsequently, what is physical is t h us dist o rt e d i n i t s d i g i t a l r e p r e s e n t a t i on .

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SECTIONS

PLANS


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BARCELONA STUDIO

The redevelopment of existing post-industrial

of concise manipulations, these structures

complexes into creative spaces throughout

become re-appropriated to fit the new context.

Barcelona has strengthened its cultural core

Key characteristics of this new adaptive

by accommodating the current needs of its

species of the city would be informed by

c re at iv e c om m u n i t y . A n t i c i p a t i n g f u t ur e n eeds

surrounding contextual elements of form and

is a re lat i v e u n c e r t a i n t y ; t h e r e f or e , str ategies

materiality, with consideration to Barcelona

that accommodate uncertainties must be

ver n ac ul ar .

de v ise d. By

the

converted

industrial

This project explores an optimum alternative

warehouse model with the desire for a live-

typology; combining these former factory

work environment, the old and new hang in

buildings with adjoining multi-scale residential

balance, amplified by program and material

units and public green space relating the

contrasts.

two. By adapting existing plans of heritage

reconnect the industrial tissue with the city,

site warehouses that are currently operating

r edefin in g publ ic spac e, r ath er th an outfitti ng

un de r a s i m i l a r m o d e l , a n d t h r o u g h a pr oc ess

existin g par adigms.

nau ivanow

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merging

fabra i coats

el graner

This

intervention

sala beckett

attempts

atenou popula r

to

Pro fs: R a fa el Go m ez Mo ria n a + Aria d n a Perich Ca p d ef erro | 2017

N E W TYPO L O G IES F OR A P OS T -IN D U S T R IAL AG E


la escocesa

central del circ

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hangar

la seca

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EXISTING ARTS FACTORIES

ADJACENT BUILDINGS TYPOLOGIES

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PHYSICAL MODEL

Clay model exploring the distribution of programmatic components across the site; a continuous atmosphere emerges, yet constantly changes in its experience. Each strip is

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N/E AXONOMETRIC

representative of a unique and autonomous program that is also modified by its adjacencies.


complexes-turned-creative spaces were to populate the entirety of the site?

trial tissue with the city?

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PRIVATE PROJECT

silhouettes and assembled into a figure/

authorship into collective memory. By exploring

gr oun d c omposition . T h e dr aw in g is r ead as a

how familiar objects and their projections can

continuous floor-plan; a system of walls with

be in se rt e d i n t o a n a r c h i t e c t on i c b a c kgr oun d,

pun c tual open in gs an d in ter c on n ec ted r ooms.

a new form of domestic space is produced.

Fil l in g th e spac e w ith domestic objec ts fur ther

The project deals with the collision between

suggests a possibl e l ife w ith in th e r ooms.

public an d p r i v a t e p r o g r a m s , w h e r e th e most intimate becomes clinical and commodified,

The project began with the familiar and

rai si n g t h e q u e s t i o n ; w h a t i s p r i v a t e ?

resulted in the unexpected; creating spaces of tension and interest, which further serve

Beginning with a photographic survey of the

the concept of public vs. private. Emerging

domestic realm, 12 representative fragments

r el ation sh ips an d spatial c on figur ation s in vi te

we re do c u m e n t e d , f r a m i n g d i s t i n c t i ndividual

us to question assumptions we have about a

objects.

domestic spac e an d th e w ay w e in h abit it.

The

objects

were

re-drawn

as

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C oordi n at e d by Ve ra Pa r l a c f o r E V DS S o m e r v i l l e W or ksh op + exh ibited in th e EV DS gal l er y | 2017

P r o f s : M a u ri zio Pe zo + Sofia v on El l rics h aus en

T h e aim o f t h i s p r oj e c t w a s t o t u r n i n dividual


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AKO-KATSSINN

colonization

Located in the heart of Blackfoot territory at

Canada’s

the confluence of the Elbow and Bow rivers,

Indigenous communities have long suffered

Moh-Kins-Tsis was a gathering space for the

a lo ss o f c u l t u r a l i d e n t i t y . B y e s t a b l i sh in g an

Blackfoot, Stoney Nakoda, Tsuut’ina, Métis

architecture focused on the preservation and

and other Indigenous peoples for thousands

n urt uri ng of I n d i ge n ous tr a d it i o n a l va l ues an d

of years. Known today as Fort Calgary, the

practices, we can create a space for healing

site provides resonance with the project, while

an d re n e w e d h op e .

proving a destination for those interested in

and

by

decades

institutional

of

racism,

l ear n in g about Abor igin al c ul tur e, tr aditio ns, Ako-katssinn is an innovative non-profit centre

an d val ues.

that embodies and celebrates Aboriginal Culture. Key components include education,

The architecture aims to tell the remarkable

interpretation, communication, socialization,

stories

an d t h e p r o m o t i on of c om m u n i t y . Th r ough th e

challenges and opportunities of the present,

spirit of learning, sharing, and understanding,

and pointing with hope and courage to the

the project seeks to bring together Aboriginals

pr omise of th e futur e.

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an d n o n - A b or i g i n a l s a l i k e .

of

the

past,

acknowledging

the

Co m p reh en siv e | 2000m 2 | Pa rt n er: S um er M a t ha r u | P r o f : D r . B r i a n S i ncl a i r | 2017

Fragmented

STUDIO

M O H- K I NS- TSI S IN D IG EN OU S G A T H ERIN G P LAC E


DEVELOPMENT

FORM

21.5°

R4.98

R2.79 R3.86

R3.51

R3.78

R3.46

R6.18 R1.92 R6.31

R8.69

R3.67

R11.19

R3.85

R3.23 R1.97

R8.38

R3.85

R2.61

R1.92 R1.73

R5.64

R2.75

R3.85 R6.28

R6.77

R1.54 R5.63

R10.95

21.5°

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23

13

16

12 17 15

11

25

20 18 10

9

7 8

21

14 6

5

4

24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

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Vestibule Washroom Boardroom 1 Office Office Office 2 Workstation Workstation IT3 room

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PLANS

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28

30 29

ace

GROUND LEVEL

SECOND LEVEL & ROOF

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EAST

ELEVATIONS

WEST NORTH SOUTH

SECTION

25m

EAST - WEST

22

25m

east-west


STRUCTURAL AXONOMETRIC

gathering space hyperboloid // copper plated HSS columns

oculus

toughened glass

supporting hyperboloid (typ.) // copper plated steel pipes

compression ring toughened curved glass

intensive green roof 2nd floor

fabricated steel structure wth rect. HSS profiles

waffle slab ceiling gathering space hyperboloid // copper plated steel pipe

mounting compression ring (HSS)

supporting concrete walls // horizontal board formed structural columns around glazing perimeter with passive design

curtain wall glazing system

glazing profiles

parkade with column system

waffle slab ceiling

HVAC DISTRIBUTION SECTION

NORTH - SOUTH

25m

north - south

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24

5m

SECTION DETAILS


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This project seeks to shift social perceptions of marijuana by establishing itself on a cultural timescale of

stimulates alternative world views beyond Production will inevitably move into high yield facilities, but wh at are t h e i m p l i c a t i on s o f t h i s gro wt h ? This

architecture

is

speculative in nature, in that there is some socio-political forecasting at play. In this reality, the current ban harvesting,

selling,

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on

and usage of prohibitive psychotropic plant-based

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drugs has recently been li f t e d; dec r i m i n a l i za t i on abo un d. But how do we base an

architecture

on

this once confounded dichotomy user

and

between drug,

all

t h e wh i le r e m ov i n g t h e asso c iat e d t a b o o s ? Th i s project aims to do so by implementing a large scale marijuana farming facility within the densely packed 10th Ave corridor in

downtown

Canada.

By

Calgary, providing

complete transparency with its operations, the building seeks

to

contribute

to

a

subse que n t s h i f t i n t h e s t a t u s

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quo .

s 2 | Profes B u i lding Design | 20,000m

t h e c o n st r a i n t s of e xi s t i n g c on v e n t i o n.

ical

in Canada, the project considers and

Vert

early days of federal marijuana legalization

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c h an ge . By a d v a n c i n g a n e w p a r a d i gm w ith in th e

STU

HIGH RISE

R E CO NTE X TUAL IZ IN G T H E U RB A N F A B RIC BY IN TE G R ATIN G A R UR AL C O N D ITIO N


CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

Accounting

With a SE

By removing

The bottom

A series of

for floor

trajectory,

the cut, the

portion is

facets is

form can

area ratio,

a downward

upper levels

pushed inward,

implemented

accommodate 21 levels of

The resulting

setbacks,

angle is cut

open up to

creating an

to increase

and size

into the upper

a major sun

inviting street-

sunlight

floor space

limitations, the

portion to

path; surface

level entrance.

exposure for

with a reduced

max volume is

increase solar

area is also

The garden

interior spaces.

then extruded.

access.

increased for

level is pushed

PV cladding.

carbon footprint.

outward to allow for total transparency.

SECTIONS

8m

gradual shifts in floor heights occur to maximize natural light

10 ave sw

CP Rail

WEST SECTION

the deeper the floor plate, the higher the ceiling

10 ave sw

CP Rail

EAST SECTION

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AXONOMETRIC

SECTION

PLANS

25m

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F1 - GROUND LEVEL

F7 - LOWER FARM LEVEL


SCHEMATIC

BUILDING

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1 1

FLOOR PLATES 10” slabs of composite concrete at varying heights for programmatic rationale composite concrete - CLT floor structure

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STRUCTURAL SUPPORT 9x5 grid at 5.5m spacing 20x20cm square steel columns bear the load of horizontal steel I-beams

3

PARKADE 6 level underground parking 12” concrete slabs at 6% slope 4200 sqm

4

EGRESS dual cores of switchback emergency stairwells + two elevators each

5

STRUCTURAL GLAZING curtain wall anchored to girders

6

VOID lightwell spannin g height of building with views and access on every level via horizontal cut-outs and ramps

2

4

5

3

F12 - MIXED-USE LEVEL

F21 - TOP LEVEL

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breakdowns, caused by the technological

form finding techniques, while implementing

inundation

effective ways to communicate the project

bombar dmen t of ir r el evan t distr ac tion s.

of

media

and

the

constant

t h ro ugh a m e t h od ol o g i c a l a p p r o a c h . This vicarious surrogate retrospection allows In a speculative future of full unemployment,

individuals to experience novel and seemingly

c o rpo rat e c u l t u r e w i l l n o t f o c u s o n e m pl oyees

new memories. Additionally, the intellectual

o r e v e n la b or , b u t r a t h e r t h e c u l t u r e foster ed

stimulation serves as a means of instilling

t h ro ugh t h os e w h o c on s u m e t h e i r p r oduc ts.

temporary relief for those afflicted with mental ail men ts, suc h as Al z h eimer â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s an d demen tia.

T h i s pro j e c t p r ov i d e s c i t i ze n s t h e op por tun ity for

temporary

mental

displacement

via

The mixed-use commercial-residential complex

memory implants of falsified experiences.

h ouses th e h eadquar ter s for th ese pr oc edures

These implants help cope with the bleak reality

and research components, as well as temporary

of increased social isolation and mental

l ivin g quar ter s for th e patien ts in vol ved.

P r o f e s s o r : J os h Ta ro n | 20 16

This studio was aimed largely at developing


FORMAL

EXPLORATIONS

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PLANS

SECTIONS

atrium concierge

main entrance

open public space

2

1

3 residential living quarters

service staff

4 rear exit/entry

5 elevator

GROUND LEVEL

EAST

public loft space communal walkway 7

6 staff lounge and observational area

8

9

main walkway 10

elevator

NORTH

SECOND LEVEL

atrium

12

11

procedure area

13

main walkway

14 15

elevator

THIRD LEVEL

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SOUTH

17

18

research labs

19 elevator

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FOURTH LEVEL

WEST


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OBJECT

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STEILNESET MEMORIAL 38

This project was a case study analysis of Peter Zumthorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Steilneset Memorial in Vardø, Norway. The objective was to analyse the structural systems utilized in the building. Through physical modeling, we were able to investigate structural hierarchy, c rit i c al j un c t u r e s b e t w e e n c om p on e n t s , tec ton ic s, an d performance. Careful considerations were given to constructing the foundation, armature, and enclosure.


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v ariable c o m p o n e n t s , w e c a n i d e n t i f y c r itic al th r esh ol ds an d c ompel l in g ar c h itec tur al possibil iti es.

ARTICULATIVE ACTION

ELEVATION

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PLAN VIEW

PANELS & GEOMETRY

DOME ARTICULATION

B y c re at i n g a p a r a m e t r i c m od e l o f a d ome, popul ated by a sel f-simil ar sur fac e ar tic ul ation wi th


the case when a mirror is introduced to an

in t h e ph i lo s o p h y of m i n d ; s e l f p e r c e ption an d

individual. To expand upon this notion, the wall

cognitive dissonance. The idea of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;selfâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; grows

surface provides a conventional reflection of an

askew when confronted by new information that

in dividual w h en view ed h ead-on , but begins to

c o n f li c t s wi t h e xi s t i n g b e l i e f s . Th i s i s v er y muc h

distor t as th ey sh ift aw ay.

a blind cont o ur self-portrait is broken d o wn into it s in div idual curves

by extracting points from the resulting contour lines, a patch s u r f a ce i s cr e a t e d

metaball script in grasshopper evaluates t h e in t e n s it y o f cr o s s i ng paths through mesh t r ian g ulat io n

PERCEPTUAL DISSONANCE

T h e aim o f t h i s p r o j e c t i s t o a d d r e s s q uestion s

a grasshopper script g e ne r a t e s ma s s i ng from the complex geometry by utilizing a global coordinate grid to determine adjacent cu t t i ng p l a ne s

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TRANSFORMATIVE

EXPLORATIONS

By means of manipulating a known object and its assembly, through digital processes of t ran sf o rma t i o n , n e w r e a d i n g s of t h a t o bjec t begin to emer ge.

EXTRUDE

RECTANGULAR ARRAY

ROTATE

BOOLEAN DIFFERENCE

CUT PLANE

ROTATE

FINAL FORM

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PHYSICAL MODEL


PLATFORM

CONTEMPLATIVE

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Graeme Haunholter - 2018 Portfolio  

selected works: architecture, object, + photography

Graeme Haunholter - 2018 Portfolio  

selected works: architecture, object, + photography

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