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architecture + design portfolio

HANIYA ORLOFF


CONTENT GRAND TOURISM rome, italy SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY PHYSICS BUILDING syracuse, ny ROOSEVELT ISLAND RESIDENCE new york city, ny PERSONAL WORK


GRAND TOURISM: DIFFUSED EDGE rome, italy center for tourism

Located in Rome, Italy at the end of the Circus Maximus (a major public venue) this building was designed as a museum and a center for tourism. The objective was for the building to appear as accessible and welcoming to the public as the program suggests it should be. The concepts of public spaces and public attraction were very important to the design of this building. Throughout Rome and many major Italian cities the concept of public spaces is vastly important. In addition to these outdoor spaces, the buildings in Rome create a strong partition throughout the cities making the threshold between inside and outside to be a very blatant. This building takes in each of those ideas and develops them to create a more contemporary design that remains connected to the surrounding context. Made up of shifting planes and transparent solids the form creates multiple public areas, both indoors and outdoors, throughout the building. These shifting planes and changes in the landscape create a variety of public spaces that are open to both people within the building as well as those walking along the street. This allows for the concept of public space to be diffused in to and around the building making the design appear welcoming and accessible to both the tourists and residents of Rome.


Ground Level


Process Work


Public V. Private + Grid Alignment


EXHIBITION ATELIER

EXHIBITION

EXHIBITION: SPECIAL COLLECTIONS

RESTAURANTS RETAIL VISITORS CENTER OFFICES AUDITORIUM

Programmatic Arms Public Attraction unassigned_ technical_ retail_

Public Access

2800sqm 350sqm 600sqm

restaurants_

1200sqm

ofďŹ ces_ visitors services_ auditorium_

600sqm 250sqm 1000sqm

ateliers_

1200sqm

exhibition areas_

6000sqm

storage_

1000sqm

Program Classification

most attractive

semihidden_ attractive non-attractive

open to pubic

semirestricted

restricted


Permeability

West Elevation

East-West Section


Diffused Edge


PHYSICS BUILDING REIMAGINED In Collaboration with Logan Carroll syracuse university syracuse, ny

Located on Syracuse University campus the Physics Building was always a building that was a less than exciting addition to the campus. In this assignment my partner and I were tasked with gutting the building to its pre-existing structure and developing a better solution using that structure. ​ The plans feature a central shape on each level that is made up of the auditorium, offices and circulation core on the first floor and offices and a circulation core on the second and third floors. The penthouse is made up of various sized study spaces and furniture for the students. ​ The plan of the current physics building features offices pushed to the outer edges of the building leaving internal hallways and classrooms dark and uninviting. We wanted to turn that plan in on itself and push the circulation to the outer edges of the building creating a more pleasant circulation. Then using occupiable light-wells we brought light down through the building, giving light to the offices that make up a central shape in the plan. ​ Since we were assigned such a rigid and heavy structure for this building we did not want the facade to become a product of the structure. So we developed a series of openings that appear random but are based on a module that expose the structure in various ways throughout the facade. We then used a system of bricks in a Flemish bond pattern with a series of bands and extruding bricks to give some depth to the facade while still relating to the surrounding context of brick academic buildings.


OfďŹ ces Auditorium Mechanical + Circulation Cores Classrooms + Study Spaces Laboratory


South Elevation

Exposed Structure

Brick Bands

Railing Rhythym

Mullion Repitition


LIGHTWELLS Lightwells

FACADE TO CORRIDOR RELATIONSHIP

Facade To Corridor Relationship


1

3 2

4

5

6

7

9

8

Partial Elevation

1

PENTHOUSE ROOF ASSEMBLY

5

14” Deep Wide Flange Beam Corrugated Steel Decking Cast-in-Place Concrete Rigid Foam Insulation Plywood Sheathing Waterproofing Membrane

2

OCCUPIABLE ROOF ASSEMBLY

PARAPET WALL ASSEMBLY

6

4

BRICK VENEER WALL ASSEMBLY 5/8” Gypsum Wall Board Light Gauge Steel Frame Wall Rigid Foam Insulation CMU Wall Rigid Foam Insulation Waterproofing Membrane Air Gap Wall Tie Brick Veneer

Detail Wall Section

WALL SECTION | 1/2”=1’

HVAC ASSEMBLY 16” Diameter Supply Air Duct 1 1/2” Diameter Cold Water Supply 1 1/2” Diameter Hot Water Supply 16” Diameter Return Air Duct Chilled Beam

7

BRICK VENEER SILL ASSEMBLY 5/8” Gypsum Wall Board Light Gauge Steel Frame Wall Rigid Foam Insulation Waterproofing Membrane Aluminum Sill Piece with Drip Edge Wood Blocking Aluminum Mullion Triple-Glazed Window

Wood Finish Wood Blocking Waterproofing Membrane Rigid Foam Insulation CMU Wall Rigid Foam Insulation Waterproofing Membrane Steel Railing

10

FLOOR ASSEMBLY

9

5/8” Gypsum Wall Board Metal Furring Strip Existing Cast-in-Place Concrete Waffle Slab Mortar Bed Concrete Finish Floor

Existing Cast-in-Place Concrete Waffle Slab Rigid Foam Insulation Waterproofing Membrane Stone Paver Supports Stone Pavers

3

PARTIAL ELEVATION | 1/2”=1’

8

BRICK VENEER HEADER ASSEMBLY 5/8” Gypsum Wall Board Light Gauge Steel Frame Wall 14” Steel Tube Section Lintel Rigid Foam Insulation Expansion Bolt Steel Angle (16” O.C.) Rigid Foam Insulation Waterproofing Membrane Air Gap Continuous Steel Angle Brick Veneer Rigid Foam Insulation Metal Furring Strip 5/8” GWB Soffit Wood Blocking Aluminum Mullion Triple-Glazed Window

INTERIOR WALL ASSEMBLY 3/8” Gypsum Wall Board 5/8” Gypsum Wall Board Light Gauge Steel Frame Wall 5/8” Gypsum Wall Board 3/8” Gypsum Wall Board

10

FOUNDATION ASSEMBLY Drainage Mat Gravel 3” Diameter PVC Drainage Pipe Rigid Foam Insulation Existing Cast-in-Place Concrete Foundation Wall Existing Cast-in-Place Concrete Footing Anchor Bolt Gravel Rigid Foam Insulation Existing Cast-in-Place Concrete Slab Mortar Bed Concrete Finish Floor


East Elevation

Entrance To Orange Grove Relationship


ROOSEVELT ISLAND RESIDENCE roosevelt island, new york city, ny

Set on Roosevelt Island in New York City, this site presented an interesting set of restrictions and opportunities. Roosevelt Island is a very thin island sitting in the East River between Manhattan and Queens. It has an unusually quiet community feeling that is not like the surrounding NYC areas. It’s an oasis in the city. This was something that was very unique to this area and I wanted to include it in my design. This building features a variety of residences as well as a lower level, with public shopping and outdoor spaces. The goal of this project was to accomplish two things. First, was to mimic the feeling of Roosevelt Island and create a building that had a sense of community within itself and between the residents rather than creating a completely isolated set of apartments that have little to no interaction. Second, was a revitalization of the rivers edge on which the building lies, creating public places that pulled pedestrians through from the sidewalk to the waters edge. In order to accomplish a sense of community and connection between the different residents I began with defining a concept of dwelling and used that to help formulate my design. I defined dwelling as an individuals “own personal piece of the surrounding city”. I then took the idea of the city block, specifically NYC, and the inner spaces created as the buildings lined the edge and created the first form which came together to create the “mat” portion of my building. These “city blocks” are made up of a variety of different sized units that all fit together. Each has access to either a courtyard, terrace or both. These courtyards and terraces are accessible by multiple apartments and nestled within the blocks, rather than being open to public circulation. This allows for small communities to develop between apartments as well as to give each unit access to an outdoor space which improves the quality of life for the residents which I believe is a priority.


Upper Levels 4-8 UPPER LEVELS 4-8

Second Level SECOND LEVEL

N

1/16” = 1’ -0”

N

1/16” = 1’ -0”

SITE PLAN

First Level FIRST LEVEL

Ground Level

N

1/16” = 1’ -0”


UPPER LEVELS HORIZONTAL CIRCULATION

Site Plan

UPPER LEVELS HORIZONTAL CIRCULATION

LOWER LEVEL HORIZONTAL CIRCULATION

N

ENTRANCE/ VERTICAL CIRCULATION LOWER LEVEL HORIZONTAL CIRCULATION Upper Levels Horizontal Circulation

Lower Levels Horizontal Circulation

1/64” = 1’ -0”

UPPER LEVELS

LOWER LEVEL

Entrance + Vertical Circulation


UNIT PLANS One Bedroom With Either Courtyard Or Terrace Access

Two Bedroom With Courtyard Access

Micro Unit With Courtyard Access

A

C

D

B

LUXURY UNITS Three bedroom with Terrace access

Three Bedroom With Terrace Access

E

F

Three Bedroom With View Of River

G

FLOOR 2

FLOOR 2

FLOOR 1

FLOOR 1


F

Unit Assembly System

C

E A

B

A’

D


PERSONAL WORK Throughout my time spent traveling and in my everyday life I have tried to observe and understand the world and buildings around me by sketching them. This is a collection of some of my sketches created both during classes and on my own time.


Bevilaqua, Verona

Ca D’oro, Venice


Palazzo Canossa, Verona

Banco Populare Di Verona, Verona


Villa Giulia, Rome


David, Florence


David, Florence


Rape of the Sabines, Florence


Pantheon, Rome

Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza, Rome


Number Studies


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