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HARDZEI SECOND YEAR ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO PASADENA CITY COLLEGE

PERAPECHKA


Hardzei Perapechka, born in Minsk, Belarus. Moved to the United States at the age of twelve. I have no idea where my interest in architecture came from having no family background in the field. Yet it intreges, fascinates, and has provided me with the much needed guidance and personal growth for the past twelve years. Personally the only thing that is more interesting about the puzzles that architectural problems pose and the discussions that spring from them is figuring out the most oppropriate solution or solutions to those problems. To me architecture is much like psychology. Every action has an adequete response. Education Graduate with High Honors of John Marshvall HS, Class 2011 Curently Second Year Architecture Student at Pasadena City College Awards 2010 - Ace graduate scolorship for students who pursue fields of Architecture construction and engineering 2010 - Ace scholorshp for summer residency at falling water 2011 - PCC award for outstanding academic achievement

EXPERIENCE JUNE 2011 - DECEMEBER 2011, INTERN AT UNDICLOSABLE, ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN OFFICE

Skills AutoCad; Rhinoceros; Kangaroo, Grasshopper Maxwell; Vray; Adobe: PS, AI, ID; Office Contact Info email: perapechka.h92@me.com phone: 213-595-2886


CO NTENT

OUT SIDE THE VOID

MUTATATION

COMMUTER STATION

PROPAGATION

ALLUMNI COMMONS


OUT SIDE THE VOID ARCH 20A FALL 2012 - COLEMAN GRIFFITH


Project Description: Century City Mall redevelopment project is surface development assignment. Studying mall development and relationships of store locations and mall organization the surface developed to create continuous shopping environment. Mall becomes an interactive environment where street furniture and public features emerge out of the Mall surface itself. Enclosing and caving development of the surface provides for commercial display and shade areas.

Concept: Facilitation describes species interactions that benefit at least one of the participants and cause harm to neither. Facilitations can be categorized as mutualism, in which both species benefit, or commercialism, in which one species benefits and the other is unaffected.

External Reference: Lichens are composite organisms consisting of a symbiotic relationship between a fungus and algae. The fungus encloses the algal cells within complex tissue. Both partners gain water and mineral nutrients mainly from the atmosphere, through rain and dust. The fungal partner protects the alga by retaining water. The algal partner reduces atmospheric carbon dioxide into organic carbon sugars to feed both partners.

POPULATION 1000s OF PEOPLE

HOUSE VALUE $25,000

INCOME/ HOUSEHOLD $10,000

ANNUAL PAYROLL $100,000,000

Site Demographics


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SURFACE AXON

Floor Plan: 1st Level

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M U T A T I O N ARCH 12B SPRING 2012 -ANDY KU


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Concept: Viruses develop and survive by being able to use neighbouring hosts as a vessel. Any virus replicates by leaving a sample of its RNA inside a targeted cell.

Description: Two complementary systems ‘A’ and ‘B’ undergo change by manipulating of vertices. The change varies on a set of rules based on incremental change. These depend on the dimensions of the bounding box within which the system exists. Combination of two systems occurs through migration and attachment of system ‘B’ to system ‘A’

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Steps of Mutation

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COMMUTER STATION

ARCH 10B SPRING 2012 - COLEMAN GRIFFITH


Watts Riots Associated

local private owned cell towers

LA Riots Associated

wi-fi hot spots; people/ day 100+ 50-100 25-50 0-25

Mr. Woodley’s Liquor - El Nido Familo Center Latasha Harlins Charcoal Alley

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Objective: Plan and design four Light Rail Metro stations. In addition a system of shading structures must integrate the light Light Rail Metro stations to a Bicycle Commuter Station and the Olympic Village.

Arco - Puente Learnign Center

Start of The Watts Riots Community Meeting Prior to The Watts Riots

Riots of LA

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Individual Site: Datum Diagram

Los Angeles: Super Group Site - Exposition Park

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Florence and Normandie Start of LA Riots

Exposition Bvd.

Vermon Ave.

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Western Ave.

Description: Reinforcing the feeling and emotions of individual fade away but they always are still present on a subconscious level since they area part of a codependent system.

Super Group Site: Individual Site


Commuter Station: East Elevation

Commuter Station: Plan

Commuter Station: Section A


Commuter Station: емрм Elevation

Commuter Station: Plan

Commuter Station: Section A


PROPAGATION

ARCH 12B SPRING 2012 - ANDY KU


Objective: Construct an object which works on the principle of structural support and material enclosure. Description: High density structural system associates with bone density resulted in weaving of bone matter. Vertical disks are held together by tension created vertical regiment like system. Created spine like structure is partially enclosed with pentagon panel system to achieve the feeling of sound solidity yet lightness. Bone Annalysis Pt.1

Bone Annalysis Pt.2

Bone and Tendon System

Pentagon Paneling System - Mutation


ALLUMNI COMMONS

ARCH 20A SPRING 2012 - COLEMAN GRIFFITH


Description: Alumni Commons is aggregation project. Project consists of two major portions: cafe (Alumni Commons) and the development of the PCC plaza space. Within the project three dimensional space units are propagated within the site. Spacial units deform based on function to accommodate the program development within. The units establish a relationship between the user and observer through the development around the existing ground plane.

Concept: Subsumption- knowledge is acquired by studying material from general specific. New material is based upon v established information

Macro Site Circulation

Micro Site Circulation Diagram

Micro Site Circulation Diagram: Axon

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Commuter Station: West Elevation


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KITCHEN DINING

A SERVICE

KITCHEN DRY STORAGE

PREP AREA

NON PERSHABLE STORAGE OFFICE

SERVICE COLD STORAGE

UTILITY RECEIVING ELECTRICAL TRASH

Allumni Commons Cafe - Program

Allumni Commons Cafe - Circulation

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