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Architecture Portfolio Gregory Winawer


Table of Contents Scalable Surfaces: Landscape

Public / Private Studio

Architectural + Urban Analysis (Precedent) Landscape Analysis + Design Facade Design Project Elements of Operation + Form

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Scalable Surfaces: Landscape Located along Newton Creek in Brooklyn, NY, the proposed rock climbing gymnasium incorporates various ‘green infrastructures’ to clean the heavily polluted water and air of the area. Using the design intervention of striating the site through hatching, the project carves the landscape from the creek and the street front, supplying wet lands to cleanse the overflow of contaminated water, and wild linden trees to absorb heavy air polution across the front of the site.

HATCHED GROUND

GREG WINAWER ARC 208 HARKEMA

WIthin the hatches, built forms are sub divided to accomodate for interior and exterior climbing program, as well as skateboarding and parkour to restore all scales of movement to the site. 4


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Public / Private Studio Design The final exercise of the first semester was a design project which was given the paramters to create a living, rehearsing, and preforming space for a particular art form, in this case, Dance

The project has its performance space located in the basement with an increased ceiling height. The 5’ of the auditorium that pertrudes from the ground acts as a light system to illuminate the spcae below The living space is located at the top of the project, its only access from the private set of stairs that opposed and interlocks with the stairs for the public

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Architectural and Urban Analysis (Precedent) This study was an analysis of the Kunsthal in Rotterdam, analyzing the formal strategies that are informed by the external forces created by the context it sits within

The Kunsthal acts a passage of movement between the front street and the back museum park of the site, while creating a series of intersecting spaces that branch off of one another

Movement occurs through the building at the intersections between the ramps that comprise the majority of the circulation

ARC 108

Kunsthal, Rotterdam Netherlands (Rem Koolhas and OMA, 1992): Index Greg Winawer, Arran Fenniman Movement

Surfaces - Translusence

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Kunsthal, Rotterdam Netherlands(Rem Koolhas + OMA, 1992): River Chart Greg Winawer, Arran Fenniman

ARC 108

Spring 2017 Yutaka Sho

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Landscape Analysis + Design

Hatched Landscape

The project titled Hatched Landscape prescribes a form making technique of hatching the landscape in order to accomodate for the program of a semi-public water research analysis center. Within the hatched sections of the roughly 14 acre site, the building forms are pulled up from the landscape and serve as both interventions in movement thourghout the site, and seating areas intended for public occupation. The water research center program utilizes the carves from the Erie Canal as determined by the hatch pattern meant to preserve the existing vegetation and tree covereage conditions. 10


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Facade Design Project

GREG WINAWER

ARC 108 SHO STUDIO

The shared office space is designed with a series of dense and open programmatic spaces that are structurally reliant on one another

The oversized floor-toceiling truss are able to be moved through, allowing for the more private areas of the building, such as breakrooms, bathrooms, and conference rooms, to sit tightly next to eachtother

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The facade is made up of the visibly layered steel trusses, and an alternating series of non-structural stone slabs and windows that act as privacy screen for the office space

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Elements of Operation and Form The series of cubes introduced an additional element to be used in the production process, as well as an additional formal operation to be employed in the design

Using the formal operation of interlock and embed, the first iteration of cubes defined the five spaces as a large central embed object, while the planes defines the remaining four spaces around the object within the overall cube

The final iteration of the dual element and operation design used planar elements to decribe the central embed shape, and the volumetric foam to rigidly define the outer spaces interlocked to the shape 14


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Tectonic Community Center The tectonically based project was designed using a subtractive process of extrusions from a semi-circular shape at various angles and rotations to create a series of unique spaces that flow into eachother dictating movement and directionality through the scalloping of the ceiling.

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The project was produced entirely using digital fabrication techniques utilizing several different 3D printing resources. The project utilizes powder printing for the primary masses, resin printing for the connections between them, and paper printing for the landscape of the site.

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Community Center: Miami The final project of the tectonic design studio is a community arts center that exists as a part of the lively Lincoln Road in the heart of downtown. The community center, lifted up from the street as a seperate but still succint part of the community experience, uses a series of interlocked tubes to comprise the floor structure; the interlocking nature of the tubes allows for light to pass through to the active street context below. The tubes drop down at the street level to create a forest of tubes, trees, and columns, which prescribes the movement that occurs below the site The buildings themselves employ a similar strategy to the previous project, but are smaller and more spread out around the site.

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Syracuse University School of Architecture

Gregory Winawer gwinawer@syr.edu (201) - 660 - 3500

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