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Curriculum Vitae

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Facade Design

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India Rural Education Center

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Ironbound Branch Library

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Architecture of Interiority

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Photography

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Curriculum vitae educational background Bachelor of Architecture | New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) Newark, New Jersey

2010 - Current

P.A.N.T.H.E.R. Academy | High School Paterson, New Jersey

2006-2010

work Experience Residence Assistant New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) | Newark, New Jersey

2011 � Current

Electrician Assistant Shadow Electric | New Jersey

2011 Summer

activities

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American Institute of Architecture Students

2013 - Current

Society of Hispanics Professional Engineers

2011 - Current

Educational Opportunity Program

2010 - Current


Hopkins Yarleque (201)704-5491

hopkins973@gmail.com hy74@njit.edu

skills Photoshop | Illustrator | InDesign Graphics

AutoCad | Revit | Rhinoceros 3D Modeling

Excel | Powerpoint | Word Processing

Pencil | Pen | Markers Mixed Media

Competition NJIT's Master Mason, 1st Place New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT)

2012 Spring

Annual Photography Showcase New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT)

2013 Spring

Interests Languages | Photography | Sketching | Traveling

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52 JAMES STREET Newark, New Jersey spring 2011

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For the design of my facade I focused on the potential views along James street rather than the frontal view. This allows the residents to experience more of the city as they lounge within the facade. The facade masks interior and exterior views by the alternate shifting of columns, this shifting also allows for the filtering of light through the house, including the basement. This allows the basement to be more enjoyable and used as a living space. The facade includes several glazing elements such as the skylightwhich allows light into the stoop as well as other floors. The operable windows on the front facade and the frosted glass panels on the side of the building to make the transition from the street into the residence more pleasing.

Foundation Detail

Stoop Detail

1'x2'x2" TILE

2"4" WOOD BEAM

1'2'6" CMU

STEEL PLATE CONNECTION

2" INSULATION BOARD

1" SHEETROCK

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CONCRETE

A

WOOD PLATFORMS 2� HEXAGON BOLT

1 3/8� THREADED SEEL CABLE


Back Section

Front Section

Facade Design 09


INTERGENERATIONAL RURAL EDUCATION CENTER Modasa, Gujarat, India spring 2012

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My project is exploring how to take advantage of the natural elements as courtyard boundaries as well as integrating proportions for proper location for the programmatic spaces as well as fluent circulation throughout the different spaces. I analyzed axial patterns in order to find reasoning to the location of the programming as well as thermal conditions to accommodate not only the students but the visitors as well and make the rooms more comfortable by reducing the amount of heat that penetrates the rooms as well as allowing for better air circulation throughout the . As one progresses from the small dense indoor spaces, such as the classrooms and offices to the high dense areas, such as the canteen and resource room, the courtyards spaces increment in size as well. The dominant materials used in this design are vernacular such as clay, rammed earth, and bamboo to appeal to the surrounding villagers and to point out that they don’t need outside resources to grow forward.

Golden Ratio

Ground Floor Plan

N 1

Apply Golden Ratio to Site

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1 7

1

2 5

2

5

2

Create straight path by pulling ends

2 2 2

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6 6 4

1. Offices 2. Classrooms 3. Resource Room 4. Canteen 5. Adult’s Restrooms 6. Children’s Restrooms 7. Cricket Field

Use squares as courtyards


Exploded Axonometric

Assembly Bamboo

Rammed Earth

Clay

Education Center

1st. Courtyard View

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Section AA

Section BB

Section CC

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2nd. Courtyard View

Education Center

Entrance View

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IRONBOUND BRANCH LIBRARY Ironbound, New Jersey spring 2012

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Mass Infill

The design behind the Ironbound Branch Library came from a site study that identified that the Ironbound area consists of many housing units that have a commercial functions on the ground floor. I took the idea of separating the function via height movement and developed a system that implements this into a library designing project. I decided to place the programmatic spaces that will have more circulation into the ground floor and basement floor and the areas that will capture people would be separated by the change of function due to height change. I wanted to make the experience of changing by giving the visitors the opportunity to view both spaces as they progress from one to another. The fourth floor is a green roof that gives an end to the height change by providing an open space for the visitor to stop and see the differences.

Ground Floor View

1st. Floor View

2nd. Floor View

3rd. Floor View

Heavy vs. Light

Light Mass wraps Heavy Mass

Heavy Mass is Placed Inside Light Mass

Setback Creates Plaza 18

4th. Floor View

Heavy Mass is Lifted

Light Mass is Buffer Zones [Circulation]


Ground Floor Plan

Basement Floor Plan

WALNUT ST.

4

6

C

8

UP

UP

1

B

ADAMS ST.

4 7 UP 9

Library

3 A

UP

UP 5 2

01 02 03 04 05 06

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Lobby Cafe Periodicals Staff Work Room Community Meeting Room Staff Lounge

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Gallery Children’s Area Community Room Book Sorting Room Stacks Adult reading Area

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Computer Workstation Offices Group Study Room Solitary Study Area Outdoor Plaza Closet

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1st. Floor Plan

2nd. Floor Plan

UP

UP 18

18 UP

UP

12

11

13

DN UP

UP

10

20

01 02 03 04 05 06

| | | | | |

Lobby Cafe Periodicals Staff Work Room Community Meeting Room Staff Lounge

14

07 08 09 10 11 12

| | | | | |

Gallery Children’s Area Community Room Book Sorting Room Stacks Adult reading Area

13 14 15 16 17 18

| | | | | |

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Computer Workstation Offices Group Study Room Solitary Study Area Outdoor Plaza Closet


4th. Floor Plan

UP

DN

3rd. Floor Plan

18 DN

16

DN

15

01 02 03 04 05 06

Library

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UP

| | | | | |

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Lobby Cafe Periodicals Staff Work Room Community Meeting Room Staff Lounge

07 08 09 10 11 12

| | | | | |

Gallery Children’s Area Community Room Book Sorting Room Stacks Adult reading Area

13 14 15 16 17 18

| | | | | |

Computer Workstation Offices Group Study Room Solitary Study Area Outdoor Plaza Closet

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Section AA

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Section BB


Section CC

Library 23


ARCHITECTURE OF INTERIORITY Philosophical Investigation fall 2013

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The idea of this project was to explore a field of interest such as emotions, memories, activities and translate them into a datum that will develop into an architectural idea. I chose to explore the feeling of anger and how it has an effect on the person that experiences it. I identified anger as a series of forces that shapes and molds a surface depending on the size and direction of the force. There are two types of forces, point forces that represent single actions that trigger the feeling of anger and the second force that starts small and it broadens as it gets closer to the surface. I wanted to express anger as a result of annoyance rather than a feeling that will lead to rage. The surface described would be the individual who is under the pressure of these forces. The outside surface is a solid non-linear mass that represents how even though anger is present, it has little effect on the person. The interior consists of a triangular framing system that is able to hold itself together and this is a representation of a person's concrete ideas and thoughts to remain solid under the pressure of anger.

Interiority Under Investigation

ANGER

:

A strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure, or hostility.

ANGER

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ANGER

MAD

INSINCERE

RELATIVES

DISHONESTY

AUNTS/COUSINS

FRUSTATION

ACTIONS/COMMENTS

DISAPPOINTMENT

THOUGHTS/DREAMS/GOALS


IDENTIFY ANGER AS A FORCE

FIRST ENCOUNTER

DAMAGE [EFFECT]

USED TO IT [NO EFFECT]

1st. Courtyard View

Interiority 27


Nature of Movement

BEFORE INTERACTION

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INTERACTION


Form Creating OUTSIDE FORM

MASS

INTERIOR FORM

Interiority 29


Section AA

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Section BB

Interiority 31


Section CC

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Interior Views

Interiority 33


PERSONAL PHOTOGRAPHY

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Photography

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Photography

Photos 37


Photography

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HOPKINS YARLEQUE hopkins973@gmail.com (201)704-5491


HOPKINS YARLEQUE hopkins973@gmail.com (201)704-5491

Hopkins Yarleque | Architecture Portoflio 2013  
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