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Hugo CARVALLO Portfolio 2012 M.Arch - Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia [IaaC] B.Arch - University of Southern California [USC] A.S. Architecture - El Camino College


HUGO CARVALLO portfolio 2012

M.Arch - Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia [IaaC] B.Arch - University of Southern California [USC] A.S. Architecture - El Camino College

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TABLE OF C


WORK SAMPLES [architectural offices + more] Different Work Projects Work Experience

06

Revit Projects Casa S + U.S.C. PSA

58

IaaC WORK [post-professional masters studies] Research Studio Project Self Sufficient Buildings

86

Elective Semminar Project Computation Ecotect

114

Elective Semminar Project Designing Associativity + Digital Fabrication

126

Elective Semminar Project Digital Fabrication

136

Elective Semminar Project Visual Programming

146

USC WORK [bachelors studies] Thesis Studio Project Scale: Technology + Method of Construction

154

Topic Studio Project Sustainable Public transportation

180

Joint Studio Project A cultural visitor center in Sarawak-Borneo [Malaysia]

202

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Topic Studio Project A civic center

222

INDEPENDENT [work]

CONTENTS Independent Resesarch Computation

240

Handdrafting Skills Sketches

250

Picturing the World

260


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WORK SAMPLES [architectural IaaC WORK [post-professional masters studies]

USC WORK [bachelors studies]

INDEPENDENT [work]

WORK SAM


offices + more]

MPLES

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WORK EXPERIENCE - In Architecture


HUGO CARVALLO portfolio 2012

M.Arch - Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia [IaaC] B.Arch - University of Southern California [USC] A.S. Architecture - El Camino College

Different Work Projects - Work Experience

Design Projects - In Architecture While working with architecture firms, I have not only learned about different office procedures and systems, but I have also learned how the design business works. I have been exposed to dealing with city councils, engineers, contractors, and vendors; correct red marks and, mainly, I have learned to listen to clients when I was asked to work directly with them. The next drawings show my ability and skills, creating 3D models and renderings using different techniques for multiple projects.

the village @ meridian, idaho - north phase

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meridian town center, idaho - south phase

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HUGO CARVALLO portfolio 2012

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HUGO CARVALLO portfolio 2012

M.Arch - Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia [IaaC] B.Arch - University of Southern California [USC] A.S. Architecture - El Camino College

meridian town center, idaho - buildings g and h

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A

16 2

B

A102

132' - 0

4' - 9"

13' - 6"

4' - 0"

13' - 6"

4' - 0"

13' - 6"

4' - 3"

1' - 3"

14' - 6

15' - 9"

BUILDING AD INTERIOR SPA 7,862 SF.

0' - 7"

65' - 2"

0' - 7"

4' - 10"

13' - 1"

4' - 8"

20' - 9"

30' - 0"

19' - 4"

30' - 0"

6' - 4"

MECH. RM. INT. SP. 196 SF

10' - 2"

13' - 6"

7' - 10"

3' - 0"

15' - 9"

3' - 0"

4' - 0"

13' - 6"

131' - 1"

Level 1 3/16" = 1'-0"

www.centercal.com

2

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

A102

A

B

C

D

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

25' - 0"

23' - 8"

4 1/2" / 1'-0"

1 A102

1

HVAC - RTU 5'W X 7'-4"L X 6'H

59' - 10"

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

24' - 6"

7' - 4"

5' - 0"

No.

33' - 9"

Description

2 23' - 10"

13' - 5"

28' - 0"

1

CENTERCAL PROPERTIES PAD AD ROOF PLAN 1

Site 3/16" = 1'-0" Project Number

Date


C

D

0"

3' - 6"

14' - 6"

3' - 6"

14' - 6"

1' - 3"

4' - 0"

13' - 10"

3' - 8"

13' - 10"

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6"

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15' - 9"

30' - 0"

ACE

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3' - 6"

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15' - 9"

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3' - 0"

14' - 2"

3' - 6"

14' - 2"

3' - 6"

14' - 2"

3' - 11"

" 2 A102

A

B

C

D

T.O. Tower 33' - 9"

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10' - 0"

12' - 0"

3' - 6"

16' - 9"

T.O. Parapet 27' - 0"

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

6' - 6"

Level 2 19' - 6"

54' - 9"

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

16' - 0"

Opening 14' - 0"

8' - 11"

Consultant Address Address Address Phone Level 1 0' - 0"

1

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

LONGITUDINAL SECTION 3/16" = 1'-0"

No.

Description

Date

1 A102

1

2

HVAC-RTU 5'W X 7'-4"L X 6'H

T.O. Tower 33' - 9"

1' - 0"

10' - 0"

T.O. Parapet 27' - 0"

18' - 7"

Level 2 19' - 6"

CENTERCAL PROPERTIES

Opening 14' - 0"

16' - 0"

PAD AD SECTIONS Level 1 0' - 0"

Project Number Date Drawn By 2

SHORT SECTION 3/16" = 1'-0"

Checked By

Project Number 13/07/19 HC JPW


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C

22' - 6"

27' - 0"

D

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North 3/16" = 1'-0"

A

B 2 A102

CCP STANDARD DOOR..?

2

South 3/16" = 1'-0"

GREEN WALL OR GRAPHIC


2 A102

CS..?

B

A

T.O. Tower 33' - 9"

T.O. Parapet 27' - 0"

Level 2 19' - 6"

Opening 14' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

C

D

T.O. Tower 33' - 9"

T.O. Parapet 27' - 0"

Level 2 19' - 6"

Opening 14' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"


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1 A102

1

1

2

West 3/16" = 1'-0"

1

2

2

East 3/16" = 1'-0"

1

A102

20


www.centercal.com T.O. Tower 33' - 9" Consultant Address Address Address Phone

T.O. Parapet 27' - 0"

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

Level 2 19' - 6"

GREEN WALL

Opening 14' - 0"

1

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

SOUTHWEST VIEW

Consultant Address Address Address Phone Level 1 0' - 0" Consultant Address Address Address Phone

No.

Description

Date

T.O. Tower 33' - 9"

3

NORTHWEST BIRD VIEW

T.O. Parapet 27' - 0" 1

SOUTHWEST VIEW

2

NORTHWEST VIEW

3

NORTHWEST BIRD VIEW

Level 2 19' - 6"

CENTERCAL PROPERTIES

Opening 14' - 0"

PAD AD

Project Number Date Drawn By 2

NORTHWEST VIEW

Checked By

Scale

Project Number 13/07/19 HC JPW

A105

3/16" = 1'-0"

7/19/2013 11:19:10 AM

WEST AND EAST

Level 1 0' - 0"


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Proposed Perspective View 1 12" = 1'-0"

Proposed Perspective View 2 12" = 1'-0"

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Consultant Address Address Address Phone

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

Consultant Address Address Address Phone

No.

Description

CENTERCA PROPERTIE PAD AD

RENDERING Project Number

Proje

Date Drawn By Checked By

Scale

A108


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PICKUP

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4' - 0"

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NOTE: T.I. DESIGNER RESPONSIBLE OF ACCESSIBL VARIANCE AS M EQUIPMENT LA

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ORDER

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Sim

2 AA.11.1

PICKUP

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1' - 0"

RE TI PA

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G 4' - 5"

AA.22.2

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0' - 4"

I

0' - 8"

2' - 2"

H

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0' - 3 11/64"

M-3

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4' - 3 11/64"

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4' - 0"

4' - 0"

4' - 0"

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10' - 9 1/2"

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AA.21.1 10' - 9 1/2"

4' - 0"

3' - 3"

4' - 7 1/2"

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PRESENTATION FLOOR PLAN LEVEL 1 3/8" = 1'-0"

Client

Long Beach, CA

562.628.8000

www.prarchitects.com

Owner 1600 East Franklin Ave. El Segundo, CA 90245

Project

4' - 0"

17' - 4"

60' - 4"

1

3' - 3"

Pavilion A


KEYNOTE LEGEND

8

9 4' - 5"

8' - 0"

8' - 0"

KEY VALUE

10 2' - 2"

0' - 2 53/64"

G-1 L-1 M-1 M-3 M-4 ST-1

0' - 4" 0' - 8"

NANA WALL FOLD AWAY DOORS

4' - 0"

1' - 6"

0' - 4"

ST-3 ST-4 ST-5 ST-6

B

6

3' - 6"

9" x 18" STACKED BOND PATTERN

0' - 3 11/64" 2' - 2"

0' - 8"

ST-2

A

KEYNOTE TEXT CLEAR FLOAT GLASS FORMICA LAMINATE - "AFRICAN LIMBA" #7011-43 BRUSHED STAINLESS STEEL - US32D: #4 BRUSHED FINISH - 18 GA. (NANA WALL) - "UMBRA GREY" RAL 7022 - *MATTE FINISH* PAINT TO MATCH ARCADIA - "COPPER PENNY" #818 - R3 SOLI ARCHITECTURAL STONE - FIELD - "ATHENA" BRUSHED STAGGERED - (VARIES IN SIZE SAME PATTERN AS SP PAVILIONS COORDINATED WITH LIFESCAPES) SOLI ARCHITECTURAL STONE - PERIMETER BAND - "APOLLO BUSH-HAMMERED" LIMESTONE (9"X19") STAGGERED PORCELANOSA - "TAVOLA MOGANO" - CERAMIC WOOD PLANK (8"X47") STAGGERED SOLI ARCHITECTURAL STONE - ACCENT - "ABSOLUTE BLACK" - POLISHED GRANITE - (1" WITH EASED EDGES 1/8" RADIUS) SOLI ARCHITECTURAL STONE - "CARRARA"- (1"X6" SPLITEFACE MOSAIC ON MESH) DALTILE - "SAHARA SAND" QUARRY TILE (6"X6")

4' - 0"

C

AMETER TURNING CIRLCE BETWEEN ALL COUNTER IR CIRCULATION

2' - 0"

L-1

0' - 3" 0' - 1"

0' - 4"

0' - 3"

NANA WALL FOLD AWAY DOORS 3' - 6"

1' - 7 5/64"

D

M-3

REA

0' - 1 1/2"

3' - 2"

4' - 0"

10' - 2"

LIGHTING STRIP UNDER COUNTER

3' - 3"

BE

0' - 9"

3' - 6"

2' - 0"

ST-4

POSSIBLE LOCATION FOR LIGHT

ST-3

LEVEL 1 0' - 0"

LEVEL 1 0' - 0"

12' - 10"

AA.21.2

10' - 2"

1

6

1

FIREPLACE BASE: M-3

A31.01

A21.04

2 53' - 10 1/2"

1

ST-3

Detail 0 1" = 1'-0"

2

A31.02

1' - 9 5/64"

3' - 6"

E 0' - 6"

ST-4

SHALL BE TO OBTAIN APPROVAL LE CLEARANCES OR MAY BE APPLICABLE FOR AYOUTS

0' - 6"

1' - 6" 0' - 3" 0' - 2"

2' - 10"

0' - 6"

0' - 6"

0' - 4"

0' - 1"

L-1

2' - 10"

2' - 6"

ST-5

11' - 6"

4' - 0"

3' - 3"

NANA WALL FOLD AWAY DOORS LIGHTING STRIP UNDER COUNTER

0' - 9" M-4

LEVEL 1 0' - 0"

0' - 0"

4' - 0"

LEVEL 1 0' - 0"

6

4' - 0"

EPEATING ILE SIZE ATTERN

6' - 5 1/2"

F M-3

3

Detail 1 1" = 1'-0" 3' - 6"

ST-4

2' - 0"

L-1

3' - 6"

H I

G-1

4' - 0"

3' - 2"

4' - 0" 0' - 8"

0' - 4"

0' - 9"

0' - 3 11/64" 2' - 2"

4' - 5"

0' - 4"

G

4' - 0"

2' - 0"

LEVEL 1 0' - 0" 0' - 2 53/64" 4' - 0"

4' - 0"

4' - 5"

8

2' - 2"

9

LEVEL 1 0' - 0"

0' - 8"

0' - 4"

10

NANA WALL FOLD AWAY DOORS

4

FLOOR PLAN 13_0122 Schematic Design

Detail 2 1" = 1'-0"

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A31.01

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12-6 Ceil 12' - 6"

12-6 Ceil 12' - 6"

11 Ceil 11' - 0"

12-6 Ceil 12' - 6"

11 Ceil 11' - 0" M-1

STOREFRONT 9' - 0"

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STOREFRONT 9' - 0"

STOREFRONT 9' - 0"

M-1

2 AA.11.1

ST-4

3' - 6"

LEVEL 1 0' - 0" 3

LEVEL 1 0' - 0"

LEVEL 1 0' - 0"

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0' - 4"

M-1

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L-1 7' - 4"

ST-4

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PICKUP

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AA.11.1

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5' - 0"

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PICKUP

4' - 0"

4

3

3' - 0"

3' - 6"

3' - 2"

ST-6

ORDER

0' - 4"

L-1

3' - 0 1/16"

ST-4

L-1

2 AA.11.1

1' - 0"

1' - 0"

AA.11.1 ST-1

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C

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7 1' - 0"

20' - 5"

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Sim

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A31.01

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M-3

ST-4 ST-4

ST-4

M-1

ST-4

M-1

ST-4 ST-4

L-1

ST-4

ST-4 M-1

L-1

ST-4

ST-5 L-1 ST-6

ST-4

ST-4 ST-1

ST-5

L-1 ST-5

ST-5

ST-4

ST-4

ST-4

KICKER ST-4

KICKER Client

Long Beach, CA

562.628.8000

www.prarchitects.com

Owner 1600 East Franklin Ave. El Segundo, CA 90245

Project

Pavilion A


E

2

1

A31.02

A31.01

D

C

12-6 Ceil 12' - 6" 11 Ceil 11' - 0" STOREFRONT 9' - 0"

M-1

M-1 ST-4

L-1 M-1

ST-4

ST-4 2' - 10"

ST-4

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4

AA.11.1

AA.11.1

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ST-2 ST-4

3' - 6"

3' - 6"

ST-4

2' - 10"

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KEYNOTE TEXT FORMICA LAMINATE - "AFRICAN LIMBA" #7011-43 BRUSHED STAINLESS STEEL - US32D: #4 BRUSHED FINISH - 18 GA. (NANA WALL) - "UMBRA GREY" RAL 7022 - *MATTE FINISH* SOLI ARCHITECTURAL STONE - FIELD - "ATHENA" BRUSHED STAGGERED - (VARIES IN SIZE - SAME PATTERN AS SP PAVILIONS COORDINATED WITH LIFESCAPES) SOLI ARCHITECTURAL STONE - PERIMETER BAND - "APOLLO BUSH-HAMMERED" LIMESTONE - (9"X19") STAGGERED SOLI ARCHITECTURAL STONE - ACCENT - "ABSOLUTE BLACK" POLISHED GRANITE - (1" WITH EASED EDGES 1/8" RADIUS) SOLI ARCHITECTURAL STONE - "CARRARA"- (1"X6" SPLITEFACE MOSAIC ON MESH) DALTILE - "SAHARA SAND" QUARRY TILE (6"X6")

M-3 ST-1

M-1

3' - 6"

KEYNOTE LEGEND KEY VALUE

ST-5 ST-6

LEVEL 1 0' - 0" ST-5

ST-5

ST-5

ST-5

E

D

C

B

3

5

AA.22.1

L-1 L-1

M-1

L-1

M-1

5' - 2 5/16"

Sim

4' - 7 1/16"

3' - 2"

ST-6

3' - 0 1/16"

L-1

ST-4

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L-1

7

3

AA.22.1

ORDER 16' - 9 7/8"

3' - 0"

7' - 4"

0' - 4"

A31.02

AA.11.1

5' - 0"

ADD C-CHANNEL CAP ON TOP OF DOOR

M-1

1

4

AA.11.1 ORDER 0' - 4"

6

ST-5

1' - 0"

7

2

LEVEL 1 0' - 0"

AA.22.1

LEVEL 1 0' - 0"

ST-2 ST-1

E

2

1

A31.02

A31.01

D

C

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M-3

7

M-1

DOOR DETAIL 1" = 1'-0"

ST-4

ST-4

L-1

ST-4

ST-4 M-1

ST-4

ST-4

M-1 ST-4

ST-4

L-1

ST-4

ST-4

ST-1

L-1 ST-6

M-1 L-1 ST-4 ST-5

ST-5 ST-5 ST-5 ST-5

INTERIOR ELEVATIONS 13_0122 Schematic Design

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12-6 Ceil 12' - 6"

12-6 Ceil 12' - 6"

11 Ceil 11' - 0"

12-6 Ceil 12' - 6"

11 Ceil 11' - 0" M-1

STOREFRONT 9' - 0"

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STOREFRONT 9' - 0"

STOREFRONT 9' - 0"

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ST-4

ST-4

ST-4

ST-4

AA.11.1

ST-4

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LEVEL 1 0' - 0"

LEVEL 1 0' - 0" ST-5

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A31.01

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A31.02

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A31.01

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AA.11.1 L-1

Sim

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2

L-1 Sim

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AA.11.1

1' - 0"

AA.11.1

1' - 0"

F

ORDER

1' - 0"

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PICKUP

20' - 5"

Sim

AA.11.1

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AA.11.1

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1' - 0"

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ST-4 M-3

M-1 L-1

ST-4

ST-4 ST-4

ST-4

L-1

ST-4

M-1 ST-4

ST-4

ST-6 ST-1 L-1

ST-1

ST-4

M-1 ST-4

ST-5

L-1

ST-4

ST-5

KICKER

Client

Long Beach, CA

562.628.8000

www.prarchitects.com

Owner 1600 East Franklin Ave. El Segundo, CA 90245

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3' - 0"

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0' - 4"

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M-1

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M-1

ST-4 L-1

L-1

ST-4

ST-6 M-1

L-1

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ST-4 ST-5

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Long Beach, CA

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Owner 1600 East Franklin Ave. El Segundo, CA 90245

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ST-4

ST-4

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Room Schedule Department Work Group #1 Work Group #1 Work Group #1 Work Group #1 Work Group #1 Work Group #1 Work Group #1 Work Group #1 Work Group #2 Work Group #2 Work Group #2 Work Group #2 Work Group #3 Work Group #3 Work Group #3 Work Group #3 Work Group #3 Work Group #3 Multi Use Areas Multi Use Areas Multi Use Areas Multi Use Areas Multi Use Areas Multi Use Areas Multi Use Areas Multi Use Areas Circulation Existing Existing Existing Existing Grand total: 31

Name Mayor City Council Office City Administrator Management Analyst Contract City Attorney Contract Prosecutor Legal Secretary Conference Room City Treasurer Administrative Services Dir. Accts Payable / Payroll Utility Clerk Public Works Director Community Dev. Coordinator Working Foreman Administrative Secretary (Community Deve Administrative Secretary (Public Works) PT Fire Marshal Server Room Conference Room Front Lobby Council Chambers Work Center Work Center Central File Room Break Room Circulation Existing Men's Restroom Existing Women's Restroom Existing Restroom Existing Shaft

Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Area (S.F.) Level 156 125 156 114 112 95 95 500 156 156 125 125 188 156 90 120 120 100 200 250 500 1205 251 200 836 500 1557 185 260 92 15 8740

lobby area

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12' - 7 1/2"

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8' - 11"

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16' - 0"

8' - 0"

2' - 0"

7' - 9"

1' - 0"

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8' - 0"

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Level 2 15' - 0"

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10' - 0" 8' - 0"

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12' - 11"

10' - 4 15/16"

36' - 8"

22 1205 SF

Conference Room 8 500 SF

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Council Chambers

25' - 10 1/2"

47' - 9"

5' - 5"

38' - 9 1/2"

8' - 2"

500 SF

Admin Secreta W 14' - 6"

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Server Room

6' - 10"

8' - 6"

11' - 0"

5' - 5"

Contract Legal Secretary Prosecutor City Council Office 7 6 2 95 SF

25 836 SF

24

33

200 SF

15 SF

Management Analyst 4 114 SF

Contract City Attorney

Mayor

5

156 SF

1

112 SF 32' - 11 1/2"

2' - 9"

Work Center Existing S

125 SF

8' - 3"

Central File Room

16' - 6"

5' - 5"

95 SF

9' - 8 1/2"

22' - 5 1/2"

27' - 4 1/2"

8' - 6"

12' - 2 1/2"

11' - 2 1/2"

17' - 11 1/2"

4' - 5 1/2"

12

5' - 5" 6' - 2"

75' - 1 1/2"

19 200 SF

12' - 10"

12' - 2"

City Administrator Existing Restro 3 32 156 SF 92 SF

9' - 0"

8' - 2"

0'

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12' - 0"

10' - 10"

13' - 9 1/2"

10' - 0"

PT Fire Marshal 18

Conference Room

100 SF

13

19' - 5"

Public Works Director

20 5' - 0"

4' - 6"

188 SF

250 SF

Community Dev. Coordinator 45' - 2"

14 156 SF

Work Center 23 251 SF

19' - 4 1/2"

Administrative nistrative Secretary ary (Public (Community Works) Development) 17 16 20 SF 120 SF

DN

Circulation 5' - 10"

1557 SF

15' - 0"

12' - 7"

156 SF

500 SF 5' - 5"

Accts Payable / Payroll

31

- 10"

2' - 1 1/2"

13' - 9"

oom

12' - 5 1/2"

17' - 10"

Existing Women's Restroom

11

Administrative Services Dir.

125 SF

10

260 SF

156 SF

20' - 4 1/2"

12' - 7"

13' - 7"

7' - 5"

12 125 SF

9

21

7' - 9"

43' - 3"

12' - 3"

29' - 11 1/2"

5' - 4"

Utility Clerk

11' - 0"

185 SF

City Treasurer Front Lobby

5' - 4 1/2"

30

15

90 SF 10' - 3 1/2"

Existing Men's Restroom

6' - 5"

Working Foreman

Shaft

F

42' - 8 1/2"

12' - 7 1/2"

18' - 5 1/2"

27

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8' - 3 1/2"

6' - 2"

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Room Schedule Department

Name

Circulation Circulation Work Group 3 Work Group 3 Work Group 3 Work Group 2 Work Group 2 Work Group 2 Work Group 2 Work Group 2 Work Group 1 Work Group 1 Work Group 1 Work Group 1 General Work Group 1 General General General Work Group 3 Work Group 3 Vertical Circulation Vertical Circulation Work Group 1 Work Group 3

Front Lobby Circulation Office Office Office Central File Room Office Office Office Server Room Office Office Work Center Conference Room Council Chambers Office Break Room Women's Restroom Men's Restroom Secretary Secretary Vertical Circulation Vertical Circulation Office Room

Number Level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1

Area (S.F.) 502 1207 193 185 185 565 226 233 164 233 223 301 262 452 2512 124 391 221 221 125 124 363 230 125 185 9552

Perimeter 103' ‐ 5 1/2" 308' ‐ 7 19/32" 58' ‐ 7 1/2" 57' ‐ 9" 57' ‐ 9" 97' ‐ 2" 62' ‐ 3 3/32" 62' ‐ 11 29/32" 51' ‐ 5 3/32" 62' ‐ 11 29/32" 61' ‐ 8 3/32" 69' ‐ 9" 65' ‐ 9" 85' ‐ 5 1/2" 203' ‐ 4" 45' ‐ 10 1/2" 84' ‐ 8" 59' ‐ 6" 59' ‐ 6" 46' ‐ 0" 45' ‐ 10 1/2" 110' ‐ 3 1/8" 62' ‐ 4 29/32" 46' ‐ 0" 57' ‐ 9"


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Office

Work Center

11

12

13

223 SF

301 SF

262 SF

Office

10

9

233 SF

11' - 11 17/32"

164 SF

14' - 7"

Server Room

Men's Restroom 19

N-10

Offic 16

124 S

221 SF

5' - 5"

9' - 2 1

OFFI Break Room

80' - 0"

20' - 0"

5' - 5"

20' - 0"

Office

17

391 SF

20' - 0"

Women's Restroom

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Office

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226 SF

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Office

Office

Office

6

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5

4

565 SF

185 SF

185 SF

185 SF

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10' - 0"

10' - 0"

10' - 0"

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21

Council Chambers

Office

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Secretary 20

125 SF

Circulation 2

D

1207 SF

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1

93 SF

502 SF

5 1/4"

20' - 0"

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Pahrump (NV) Master plan- amusement park

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HOUSE IN MALIBU - Working with Autodesk Revit Project located in Malibu, California. The use of Autodesk Revit 2010 was essential to follow the ‘step-by-step’ directions using the software. The following is a set of construction drawings performed while attending the Revit class from El Camino College in Torrance, California. In this class, it was necessary to understand and learn about BIM [Building Information Modeling]. The difference between a CAD project and a BIM model is that the CAD project consists of many uncorrelated, independently created files. On the other hand, the BIM model is a centralized database in which all documents are interdependent. The use of different tools to generate 2D, 3D, perspectives drawings, renderings and simple animations in one single model is the best option for any architectural projects, and therefore Revit, the final option.

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WORK SAMPLES [architectural offices]

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SELF-SUFFICIENT BUILDINGS - A living block for Barcelona


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Research Studio Project - Self Sufficient Buildings

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15 - 20 minutes approx.

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[RE]CYCLING THE CYCLE - A living block for Barcelona The site is located at 41° 23’ 59.50” N and 2° 11’ 25.80” E, just 2 blocks southwest from Placa de les Glories and 3 blocks northeast from IaaC. The actual condition of the ‘empty block’ is that approximately 75% empty, having only two residential buildings. The majority of the site is composed by dirt, and plants that include few trees. As of today, the block was occupied for few people living in tents, and in small vans around the block. They tend to move to another place and they call their selves ‘ocupas’ (term used in Spain for people taking over abandoned properties temporally).

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building/block metabolism getting rid of its own

own food production

and external wastes

The building/block, as requirement for the 22@ project, will be a center for energy,

openness, learning, investigation, and research; where people can live, work, and play. The project tends to invite the passer-by to its interiors by having open floor plans and a series of walkways that allow for human interaction. The metabolism of the project will be based on Natural water cycle, which is also an inspiration for the project. Using current technology, the building/block will imitate the natural process saving not only on water consume, but also in energy waste. It will be conformed by farm terraces that will work perfectly in the sense that water will follow through a determinate path; therefore water cycling will be appreciated and noticeable through the metabolism of the building. Through this, remains and waste from the farms and neighboring blocks will be collected and processed thereafter to provide energy throughout the building.

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Global [design] Strategy

Temperate [mediterranean] Region Elongating the form of a building along the east-west axis, maximizes south-facing facades, and mainly taking historical and technological references as inspiration for the project.

Farm terraces from ancient cultures around the world motivated this project. For example, the Inca culture developed these terraces in the highlands of Peru, and they are still in use by their todays farmers. - Minimize east and west exposures, which are generally warmer in summer and cooler in winter than southern exposures. - Top surfaces of the block will be slopped, and it will be directed towards the south. - Balance solar heat gain with shade protection on a seasonal basis. - Existing trees will be re-positioned in the project context, also adding more green areas to minimize water run-off and therefore to minimize also the heat-island effect. -


Encourage air movement in hot weather [natural cross ventilation], protect against wind in cold weather [solar + wind mechanical devices/controllers]. -

Natural Vegetation The native vegetation of Mediterranean climate lands must be adapted to survive long, hot summer droughts and prolonged wet periods in winter. Mediterranean vegetation examples include the following:

Evergreen trees: Pines, Cypress, and Oaks Deciduous trees: Sycamores, Oaks, and Buckeyes Fruit trees: Olives, Figs, Citrus, Walnuts and Grapes Shrubs: Bay laurel and California laurel, Manzanitas, and Chamise Sub-shrubs: Sages, Artemisias, and Sagebrush Grasses: Grassland types, Bunchgrasses; Sedg es, and Rushes Herbs: Fragrant Rosemary, Basil, Thyme, and Lavender Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mediterranean_Climate


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topostruct analysis

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3D sectional diagrams of residential areas


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side

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sectional analysis - comm

main structural diagram structural steel truss [primary structure]

structural 6� diameter steel cable

floor plates + rafters

central cores [elevators + lift + stairs + wind shaft]


mercial + residential areas


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restaurant caffee janitor’s office freshmarket + more freshmarket offices + storage institute for food + water + energy store open public area bookstore lecture/conference room video room administration library green roof gym


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The current structure demand shows that:

61% of the water goes to domestic consumption 23% to industrial activities and 16% to agriculture.

Within the region, urban consumption appears to be declining in the city of Barcelona and in the immediate municipalities (due to population and industrial shifts) and growing rapidly in the periphery.

vertical + horizontal circulation diagrams - front view


vertical + horizontal circulation diagrams - side view

institute for food + water + energy open public area laboratory for food + water + energy freshmarket offices + storage biomass plant freshmarket + more open green area

According to the Environmental Board for the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona, today’s Barcelona resident consumes approx. 111.4 litters of water a day versus the almost 115 litters a day spent 3 years ago. This means a reduction of 3%. Approx. population per block 1000 people. Litters per person in block Estimate consume in our block

111.4 x 1000 = 111,400 l/d 40% of 111,400 l/d = 44,560 l/d


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physical final model @ 1:200

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COMPUTATION ECOTECT - Studying the wind phenomena in BCN


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Elective Semminar Project - Computation Ecotect

ECOTECT ANALYSIS - Studying the wind phenomena in BCN The following ecotect study is related to the

studio I studio of Barcelona 0 emissions, and my focus on the wind behavior. The barrios are located northwest of Placa Glories (north-west of IAAC), its topography is dominated by ascendant hills forming the ‘Parc del Ginardó’, and the ‘Parc del Carmel’. After several visits to the area of study, I noticed that the wind condition is highly noticeable in all of the ‘barrios’. For this Ecotect project, I decide to learn about Barcelona climate specs first. So I downloaded the correspondent .epw file of Barcelona containing information of its climate. Also, through the Psychrometric chart I learn about the specific times of Barcelona’s comfort zone. To develop this wind study, I had to learn more about heat, and pressure. In reality, wind energy is a converted form of solar energy. The sun’s radiation heats different parts of the earth at different rates most notably during the day and night, but also when different surfaces (for example, water and land) absorb or reflect at different rates. This in turn causes portions of the atmosphere to warm differently. Hot air rises, reducing the atmospheric pressure at the earth’s surface, and cooler air is drawn in to replace it. The result is wind. (http://www.changetorenewables.com/tag/wind)

Can Baro el Baix Ginardó Ginardó


Parc del Ginard贸

Parc del Carmel

el Carmel

site_air flow vector studies @ different altitudes


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average wind speed

monthly wind frequency

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average temperature


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climate summary

Psychrometric chart


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south-north wind flow [sea breeze]

north -south wind flow [land breeze]

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sectional wind analysis


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existing conditions

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Actually, blocks are located following the city grid. This condition is not well suited if Barcelona wants to use another renowable energy such wind. The wind condition is great towards the top of the hills, and a future urban change will optimize the use of it generating cheaper and accesable energy to its inhabitants.

proposed conditions Notice the urban change throughout the years. The blocks will start changing form and direction towards the hills to help the upward/downward speed of the wind and therefore harvest wind energy through wind belts, and wind turbines. An energy always present at day and night during the entire year.

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existing hills

hills + urban

8 m/s

8 m/s 16 m/s

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DESIGNING ASSOCIATIVITY - Facade’s component


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Elective Semminar Project - Designing Associativity + Digital Fabrication

INTELLIGENT BUILDING - Facade’s component in collaboration with Viraat Kumar + Antonio Atripaldi

The manner in which a plant grows, spreading its leaves to the sun and receiving the maximum possible photons to initiate its metabolic process, similar is the principle of our design. The design primarily focuses on the adaptability of a building facade to harness the solar energy and use it for building systems. The intelligence in the design involves the moving ability of the solar panels on the skin to adjust according to the incident solar radiation. Each frame is sub divided into a glazing and a solar panel system. The numerous panels together, parametrically peel out of the skin to maximize the gain in solar energy. This allows a building skin to absorb solar energy for a maximum duration in a day. The intention of our design is to demonstrate that the building’s individual mechanical components will work with the Ecotect input depending of location, comfort needs, and climate conditions. As mentioned before each component will follow solar radiation to harvest solar energy through sets of photovoltaic panels.

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It also will alow to natural ventilation of the building, whenever it is necessary. Its lower glass will alow to have 360 views of it’s surroundings and letting natural light getting inside the building.

Mechanics: Each solar panel is connected with a motor which actuates its peel out or stick in reaction. And so each motor is connected with an ‘arduino’ which caliberates each motor depending on the solar availability on a certain time of the day on a specific area of the building skin. final animation

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Elective Semminar Project - Designing Associativity

WATER CYCLING - H2O consume representation in GH in collaboration with Ushma Nishani

This Final Designing Associativity project is inspired by the Research Studio, ‘Self Sufficient Building’‘. The block we are working on is 75% empty, and we are proposing to have a water cycling system [and other additional systems] that will make the block water selfsufficient in comparison to the other blocks, and provide the natural liquid element to its inhabitants, and possibly to the neighboring

blocks. Natural cycle of water is also an inspiration for this project, and its metabolism concept will be used as the main strategy for this final assignment, and for the research studio. Two main sources of fresh water: natural (rain), and artificial (city). The Grasshopper definition shows the difference of water flow between our block and the surrounding blocks. While the consuming and recycling of our block will be slower then the other blocks, which will keep their normal rhythm, but in comparison to our block the other blocks will spend more and faster water loads than ours. The representation of the block will be as exact as a block is, its cubical shape will be divided by several boxes or cubes that will represent an amount of water in cubic gallons.

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final animation

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DIGITAL FABRICATION - The brick + the bench + BCN site model


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Elective Semminar Project - Digital Fabrication

DIGITAL PROJECTS - The brick + the bench + BCN site model Previous studies on different buildings helped to develop both projects: The Prada Epicenter in Japan, the Cite du Design Saint Etienne in France, Bone Furniture by Joris Laarman and the Centre Pompideou Metz. The skeleton of the structure can be as beautiful as the skin it wears and on the simplicity and beautiful harmony that the structure can represent. Trying to minimize material used as to maximize cost and material efficiency, pushed me to think more about the aesthetic aspect as well as structure. Also, it helped me to test the machine to its maximum limits in terms of the final product’s materiality and thicknesses.

the brick - process

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A set of dimmesion and parameters were given as another digital fabrication project. The project consisted in finding a good shape to use it as a chair or bench. The principar particularity of the project was not only the fact that it can be connected to other benches but also that within its own small spaces, it will be, still funtional. It has two spaces on each side that can be used as cup cholders. It has an opening at the bottom to storage books, shoes or bags. Those projects were realized with the following collaborating classmates: - Brick: With Matthew Owen - Bench: With Virat Kumar - BCN Site: With Carolina Aguirre, Antonio Atripaldi, and Matthew Owen.

the bench - process

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Also, for the Digital Fabrication seminar, the master group had to build a 1:200 scale model of Barcelona using a CMC machine. The city of Barcelona was divided in several different sections that contented more than one ‘barrio’ [neighborhood]. The model had to be made of foam and it will represent three-dimensionally the different aspects of the city in terms of topography and buildings height. The simulation of the milling process was done by using the RhinoCam application, in order to verify that the model was ready to be milled and also to set the right tools to be used and the paths to do it. For this project, it was used a small part of the general model as a sample of the entire process.

Barcelona @ 1:200

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VISUAL PROGRAMMING - Its people and more


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Elective Semminar Project - Visual Programming

INTERACTIVE BCN - Its people and more in collaboration with Hertobayu Apriano + Yashaswini Apte + Nidhi Shah To visualize and analyze graphically the demographic information of the people in the barrios of Barcelona city was the aim for this project. The data is represented as a comparative between the ‘barrios’ with respect to its population – subdivided as per gender, age groups and the activity. In order to make the visualization informative we have included additional facts and images of the barrios accessed through an interactive map.

Goals:

Visualize the Barcelona map Identify each neighborhood (barrio) within Barcelona and include images Categorize the population by gender, age and activity Generate interactive maps, graphs to extract information mentioned above

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We found important information data through the Internet. Specifically in the ‘Adjuntament de Barcelona’ web site, we compiled all these data in spreadsheets using excel. We put together, modified, and converted the information into .cvs files to be uploaded into the Impure workspace, and start therefore our visualization.

La Rambla - Barcelona, Spain


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The diagram below shows the initial idea for the visualization.

selector DATA collecting

google map

quadrification visualization selector

stack bar visualization DATA grouping

barrio description

barrio images

curve graph visualization

DATA processing

VISUALIZATION


The screen image below indicates what we intend to achieve for the final visualization.

final animation

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IaaC WORK [post-professional masters studies]

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TECHNOLOGY + METHOD OF CONSTRUCTION The game of the rhombus


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to Dodgers Stadium

Thesis Studio Project - Scale: Technology + Method of Construction

THE LATTICE @ SPRING - The game of the rhombus The site is located at 34° 03’ 55.89” N and 118° 13’ 59.31” W, just northeast of Los Angeles downton, southeast of the Dodger’s Stadium, and west of Los Angeles river. The area of study is industrial, surrounded by many and different factories. Cross street from the site [north of the site] is the Los Angeles Historic Park, wich will offer many interpretive opportunities such as recreational, social, agricultural, ceremonial, natural, and cultural but nothing rerlated to sports. The site is potentially, and strategically located to the southwest corner of the area of study and it will serve as a center for multiple disciplines related to sports, dance, and martial arts.

Workers and residents will be the benefitiaries for this sports centers, allowing them to relax and/or work out in their spare time.

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Besides the loadbearing behaviour of diagonal structures, we must also raise the question of their importance for the volume of the building. If we stick with the Prada and re tower, it seems that only the swiss Re tower is there a connection between structure and form. In the case of the Prada Epicenter store it seems that by choosing a ombusshaped lattice, which extends over the entire surface of the building, the architects created tectonic and formal continuity between the cranked sides of the prismatic object. If an arris is nor parallel with the facade grid, the deviation is hardly noticeable within this envelope by slanting lines. From the mathematical viewpoint the rombhus belongs to the family of quadrilaterals and its potential lies in its formal tranformation capability. Starting with a square standing on one of its corners, the proportions change almost unnoticeable through compressing and stretching the diagonals; other deformations lead to the parallelogram or the trapezium. In this category the right angle is the exception and the acute angle the rule -a vocabulary that readily accepts even triangles -triangles that reproduce strcutural function or have stereo-metric origins. Source: Constructing Architecture, p.119

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study of structure

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axon section perspective of 1st floor plan juice bar cafe

sports store

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machines

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basketball + soccer

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cultural

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roof garden

plants growing medium filtration drainage and retention insulation root barrier water profing 1� aluminum mullion metal pipes or plastic tubing for radiant heating

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photovoltaic panels + solar collectors

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1/4” glass (two glass sheets w/ 1/4’ space between to be filled with argon or krypton for insulation

3” concrete floor with radiant tubes

5 “ concrete slab

(10’ wide) 2’ to 3’ deep foundation

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SUSTAINABLE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION Santa Monica Transit Hub

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Topic Studio Project - Sustainable Public transportation

LA ESTACION - Santa Monica Transit Hub business

The inspiration for this project is the fact that nature and buildings can coexist in our world. How? Simply, by respecting and following the laws of nature and using multiple ancestral and technological systems to accommodate the different elements proposed and reated by the human. The building and its facilities shall accommodate into the site honoring its natural context and harmony.

To serve human necessities and link the surroundings, such as business, art galleries, retail, and housing to the train station at the same time, was another important request. To promote public and massive means of transportation and the use of passive and active design strategies to achieve all mentioned before.

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The use of active design strategies, depending on building use, is another important condition to support the buildings need of energy. Solar panels and collectors will help to feed the building of the necessary power for its survival. Batteries are going to be located in the mechanical spaces of the building to redirect the accumulated energy to the necessary spaces. Solar collectors will be placed on the roof of the building with the solar panels, and will feed the building with enough hot water to warm its installations in cold times through the pre-installed pipes collocated in the floor of the building, or to provide warm water to their users. Because of its dynamic form, the roof will help to redirect the air and winds to ventilate the different waiting areas such as the platform, and this will also help to redirect the water from the rain to different landscape locations, which will be conformed mainly of native and local plants such as succulent, coniferous, oak trees, Chaparral shrubs or Purple Three-awn as grass. Structurally, the tree was an element that gave inspiration to the structure of the building. Trees are strong elements that hold an entire ecosystem in their cups; their trunks help to maintain these ecosystems, which arise from the floor that houses not only terrestrial living organisms, but also for aerial life. The columns of the building were designed after the trees; with long spans between columns this achieves the maximizing of open interior spaces and the minimizing of the use of material and production of CO².

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PROGRAM ALLOTMENT THROUGH DAILY USAGE rail offices rail info desk rail platform snack bar newsstand employee lounge employee lockers utilities admin offices ticket queue fare collection bus platforms bus info desk bus offices

Promoting massive public transportation and the use of bicycles are other aspects that the design offers. There are public restrooms that will have showers and changing areas for people who use bicycles. The train station is going to be connected to a bus station, which will be helpful for users to choose between bus and train following their needs. Promoting art is another special condition given to this particular building; there will be paints and sculptures from the different local art galleries and a representative from these galleries will help the public with any question. The location of the “Art Hall� will be in the west side of the building, which is also the main entry to the art galleries from 26th St.


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The site is in a very favorable location for all these requests; it is located at the intersection of 26th Street and Olympic Blvd, in Santa Monica. The track runs in an east-west direction giving the opportunity to place a building parallel and along it. With a wider south facade, the building could have natural daylight in all its spaces. Cross natural ventilation runs from the southwest towards the northeast of the site creating a superb place for the use of it all year long. The footprint of the building is shaped after these natural conditions, to gain the natural giving elements of air and sun.

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Waiting + Queuing Areas Information Center / Desk Light Rail Office Bus Office Ticket Queuing Area Ticket Booth Storage Equipment Room Employee’s Locker + Toilets Employee Lounge Concession Vending Machines Area Newstand Area Art Hall Public Toilets Biclycle Area

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There is easy access to the platform, there will be entries and exits on each end, and the same occurs in the center of the platform. The platform ends, where the exits and entries are will be called “informal” and the center locations “formal”, because it is the place where the train station is centered and where more common activities are experienced, such as paying for bus or train tickets, buying food before your trip, or before your walk through the galleries, or a place of waiting and gathering. All of these proposed entry and exit points complement or link towards the surrounding areas mentioned before.


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ecotect solar analysis

winter solstice - dec. 21st.

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steel plate connection B-1

wall section B-2

section 3

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summer solstice - jun. 21st.


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Insulation Membrane r-19 insulation handle

space between glass sheets may be filled with dehydrated air at atmospheric pressure temperedTriple Glass for vibration and sound

a dessicant (chemical dehumidifier) in the spacer absorbs any residual moisture in the air space

roof-wall opening detail

4” Reinforced Concrete Slab

Water Collector Pipes

r-19 insulation

Insulation Membrane

2” layer of sand be placed over the moisture barrier to absorb excess water from the concrete during curing

5” Base course of gravel or crushed stone to prevent the capillary rise of groundwater

foundation detail


Insulation Membrane

Bolts into reinforced concrete roof

r-19 insulation 3’ steel base

9� radius steel pin Connection of column arm and the steel mechanism

steel plate connection B-1

wall section B-2


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CULTURAL VISITOR CTR: SARAWAK-BORNEO [MALAYSIA] - U.S.C. Asia study abroad program + Universiti Malaya


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Joint Studio Project - A cultural visitor center in Sarawak-Borneo [Malaysia]

IBAN VISITOR CTR. - U.S.C. Asia study abroad program + Universiti Malaya in collaboration with Ng Zhia Zhing from U.M.

Traditional societies all over the world today from Arizona to Tibet, are being subjected to an onslaught influence that threatens to change the essential character of each of them, including belief systems, social structure, customs and architectural conventions passed down from generation to generation. The destruction of residential typologies alone represents a tragic loss bacause, in addition to being symbolic of cultural differences, the individualized houses of traditional societies also represent hard won knowledge about environmental adaptation that is sadly lacking in new houses today. As globalization makes it easier for people to travel and tourists become interested in even more exotic destinations, the interchange between cultures continues to accelerate, with both positive and negative consequences. Ecotourism is a result of the growing realization that this interaction must be more sensitive, so that fragile environments and cultures will not be lost.


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secondary longhouse

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section 1

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from gallery/exhibition hall during the day...

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axon assembly

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A CIVIC CENTER - Programming + requirements


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The nature context will be taken from the park itself which includes the lake and its multiple and different bio-systems. The park and the biodiversity are not the only influences but the different views that the site offers; from the site anyone can see the high buildings from downtown L.A., enjoy a beautiful sunset and see the entire architecture surrounding the park. In the Urban context there are mixed types of buildings, in the block to the west of the site there is a temple that shows Greek and Roman influences such as columns. Also there are single-family houses and multiple family apartment buildings as well. It’s a fact that the community of Echo Park already enjoys the nature of the park and its facilities but visitors from other communities also spend time in the park bringing kids to playgrounds, having BBQ’s, exercising or just hanging out.

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With this project the community of Echo Park will have the chance to learn and make decisions from first hand about their own community, assisting and contributing with ideas to the City Council representative. Also they will use and enjoy the different installations dedicated for different and multiple activities such as art presentations, auctions, social activities, classes of dancing, yoga, etc. In conclusion, the civic center not only will serve as a public place, but it will honor their community and the nature of the park and lake. The Nature-Urban context will be reflected in the design as a complementary dynamic part of its place.


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LEGEND

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34.

entry/ reception storage elevator catering/ kitchen toilet small hallof the people staircase anteroom small toilet prep. room neighborhood council chamber reception, open office storage/copier/printer/fax large + small conference room l.a. city councilperson office planning counter small conference room administrator’s office cafe facilities office classroom library art gallery terrace bridge furnace janitor’s locker and toilet janitor’s office janitor’s storage loading area mechanical room communication room electrical room seminar room


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IaaC WORK [post-professional masters studies]

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COMPUTATION - Experimenting with parametric software


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Independent Resesarch - Computation

MESH STUDIES - Experimenting with parametric software Having tried the effectiveness [and complexity] of the plug-in grasshopper for Rhino, it was decided to experiment with other plug-ins and softwares. The next set of images were made using a different program such as Paracloud --a software independent of any other software.

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Kobe [Japan] 2008

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MY SKETCHES - Architecture + life experience in paper


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Handdrafting Skills - Sketches

ANOTHER PASSIONS - Architecture + life experience in paper During my time learning about architecture I had have the opportunity of traveling around the world. I have not only get to know new, exiting and very interesting places and buildings, but I had the honor of get to know many different cultures and people. These lived experiences not only would be storaged in my memories, but it also would accompanied me through sketches and photographs for the rest of my life. I have been in 13 countries and more than 300 cities that have enriched my own way to see the world, to learn more about architecture, to appretiate more cultures and people, and to value life and the natural environment. Throught the photographs taken and the sketches drawn, I wanted to honor the human being and this wonderful world that surround us. Specially, I wanted to celebrate the harmony and balance with nature.

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Masdar City, Abu Dabhi [U.A.E.] 2011

Yas Hotel, Abu Dabhi [U.A.E.] 2011


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Ji-Meji castle [Japan] 2008

Suzhou [China] 2008


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Ubizi gallery, Florence [Italy] 2007


Todai-Ji [Japan] 2008

Iban longhouse [Borneo-Malaysia] 2008


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Basque Country waterfall [Spain]

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PHOTOS - Architecture + Nature in the World


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Great Wall, Beinjin [China]

Toyo Ito: Sendai Mediatheque [Japan]

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Ankhor Wat ruins [Cambodia]


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The Esplanade [Singapore]


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Pamplona’s street [Spain]

Camp Nou, Barcelona [Spain]

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Gaudi Sagrada Familia, Barcelo


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Calatrava Performance Arts, Valencia [Spain]


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Foster: Masdar City, Abu Dabhi [U.A.E.]

view from the Kalifa tower, Dubai [U.A.E.]

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Kalifa tower, Dubai [U.A.E.]


Harpa Reykjavik Concert + Congress Center [Iceland]


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Machu Picchu, Cuzco [Peru]

Ponte Rialto, Venice [Italy]

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The Gherkin, London [England


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Eiffel tower, Paris [France]


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