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Romano Ian Dayagbil @rom.id

hello@iandayagbil.com

Los Angeles, CA, USA

URBAN DESIGN


Toluca Lake Garden Prototype

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2020 | NOW Institute Client: Toluca Lake Community

Project Leads: Eui-Sung Yi, Karen Lohrmann Team: R. Ian Dayagbil (Design), Calvin Sin (Design), and Alonso Toledo (Communications)

Role :: Design and Visualization

A pragmatic, buildable and replicable urban garden prototype for vacant sites across Toluca Lake, LA. → #landscape #park #garden

The toluca lake garden prototype is a small scale design proposal for the Toluca Lake Community that turns unused land into urban farming units.

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The design uses an open design language that takes advantage of physical site conditions and seasonal solar conditions.


↑ Vignettes

↓ Long Section

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VALUE ENGINEERING

↑ Take-Offs

↑ Costing and Materials Breakdown

↑ Daylighting Studies

The form is sculpted to make the best use of season daylighting. Cuts are made to accomodate security and accessibility.

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Chamartin Expo Station Masterplan

Info

SCI-Arc

Studio Instructor(s): Thom Mayne and Eui-Sung Yi

Design of Cities Studio I

Team: R. Ian Dayagbil, Larissa Eteson, Calvin Sin, and Ziao Zhou

“Combinatory Urbanism, Madrid Studio”

A hybrid fusion of train station and exhibition hall as the economic engine for the largest brownfield development in Madrid. → #unity #augmentedreality #mapbox #mapping

Chamartin has faced decades of proposals that have not come to fruition. Amidst these proposals was the global recession of 2008. Many of these proposals are centered around a generic mixedused develoment. This project instead proposes that Madrid takes advantage

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of the size and location of Chamartin to create the worlds largest Expo hall. This expo-station hybrid would become a new economic engine for the city of Madrid.


URBAN STRATEGY

This project leverages the rapid expansion of infrastructure across Spain pre-2008. This proposal re-affirms the power of events to drive development and civic identity →

Our research revealed that any strategy for Chamartin needed to reflect a broader economic strategy. Madrid is the geometric and cultural heart of Spain. Chamartin is poised to become one of the most important trainstations in Spain. We proposed the world’s largest exhibition hall to be hosted on this site - creating the worlds first expo-station hybrid in a city with one of the densest transit networks in the world.

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SYSTEMS & PLAN

Chamartin is as long as Central Park in New York. Thinking of the site as an interlocking system of neighborhoods with specific identities and functions is important to managing potential growth plans.

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The Public Hotel Project

Info

SCI-Arc / NOW Institute

Studio Instructor: Eui-Sung Yi

Design of Cities Studio III

Team: R. Ian Dayagbil and Calvin Sin

“Combinatory Urbanism, LA Studio”

www.publichotelproject.com www.cd4-now.com

Tapping into unused publicly owned vacant parcels to address homelessness in Hollywood. Leveraging geospatial analysis and computational design. → #parametrics #generativedesign #vacantsites

This project explores the capacity for geospatial analysis and generative urban design to engage with public issues across Los Angeles. These sites, seperated by neighborhoods, streets and infrastructure are fed

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into a system for analysis, allocation, and design. In doing so, this project sees the potential for urban design to be an act of coordinated intervention. It approaches city as both the whole and the fragment.


↑ Vacant Sites across LA Council District 4


THE ISSUES

Homeless Count 2020

CD4 Demographic Spread, CD4 Homelessness

County Demographics, Public and Private Vacant Sites, Landvalue, and Key Public Assets

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THE OPPORTUNITIES & 78 SITE CATALOGUE Ideal “Fit” Graph for Parameters “Fit” Parameters → Vacant Sites: Horizontal Farming Matrix ↓ Urban gardens to promote community stewardship

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Gradient of “Fit”

→ Vacant Sites: Vertical Farming Matrix ↓ Public Kitchens to promote skill-building

→ Vacant Sites: Transitional Housing Matrix ↓ Active public space as value-added

Los Angeles City Homeless Distribution

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THE PROGRAM

↑ Vacant Site Matrix: Determining usecombinations based on key parameters. These sites are then fed into a generative system that translates their contextual data (i.e. proximity to transit, etc) into architectural proposals. ↓ “Combinatorial” Modelling as a generative design techniique allows us to create formagnostic models that can quickly iterate and yet maintain key schematic metrics.

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Key Concepts GIS to Grasshopper Interactive Evolutionary Algorithms Geometry Swapping UI Display via Conduit


GENERATIVE DESIGN

↑ Our “form-agnostic” system defines architecture as a combination of systems and components ↓ From one system we can generate proposals across scales, context and form.

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Feedmill Innovation District

Info

Carleton University

Studio Instructor(s): Catherine Bonier

Urbanism in the Periphery

https://iandayagbil.com/ portfolio/feedmill-innovationdistrict/

“New Huntmar / Urban Edge Studio”

Re-imagining suburbia as sites for innovation with dense transit-oriented development.→ #suburbia #urbandesign #tod

Where does urbanism start? The Feedmill Innovation District is a suburban master plan whose scope spans across the regional, the neighborhood, and the street scale.

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Drawing upon techniques used in developing science fiction, the design forecasts and explores the urban impact of emerging technologies and social trends. The design argues for a practice of urbanism which engages multiple scales of intervention, between fictional and factual narratives, and weaves in questions of energy, responsibility, and power.


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Driverless Streets redefines the urban interface between Driver and Pedestrian Infact, to call these machines cars or vehicles prevent us from being able to see them for what they could become. What I propose is a street system that embraces the car of the future as “invisible transportation”. Driverless vehicles will change everything. This is no understatement. Not only our daily commutes but our building typologies, street logic, and landscape composition will need to adapt to the new “perfect” driver.

Urban play becomes a common daily occurrence. The street becomes a modular system that can reconcile efficiency and play. Modules can either be sponsored by adjacent stores or can be owned by the local administrations. They can either reflect corporate brands or be changed seasonally by local government.

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Hammerhead Spa Grounds

Info

SCI-Arc

Studio Instructor(s): Thom Mayne, Eui-Sung Yi, and Daniel Pruske

Design of Cities Studio II

www.iandayagbil.com/portfolio/ hammerhead-spa-grounds/

“Combinatory Urbanism: Oregon Studio”

Rethinking sports-hub developments as wellness/lifestyle hubs for suburban Eugene, Oregon. → #parametric #stadium #suburbia

Eugene, Oregon is known it’s natural landscape. This project takes the given program of a stadium-centered development and augments it with a large spa.

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This project pushes the boundaries of normative urban form through the use of parametric tools and techniques.


PROGRAM AND SCHEME

↑ Ground Floor Circulation

PROGRAM TARGETS Parking

240,000 SQ FT

Stadium

270,000 SQ FT

Public Space

300,000 SQ FT

Retail

50,000 SQ FT

Office

550,000 SQ FT

Hotel

502,000 SQ FT

High Density Housing

440,000 SQ FT

Medium Density Housing

830,000 SQ FT

↑ Proposed Circulation Target Built Area

3,100,000 SQ FT

↑ Target Program

Original targets were based on developing a dense development with primarily ground-floor retail and medium density housing.

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↓ Program Massing, Study Model


↑ Tri-Zones: Spa, Stadium and Housing

↑ Plan

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ZONE COMBINATIONS

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Combinatory Model Organizational Themes

Landscape Skin - Ground Derivative

Object-Surface Fissure

Framed Aggregations

Undulated Edge Organization

Edge Carved Object

Layered Edge

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Academic Portfolio with work specific to Urban Design Abridged Portfolio: https://issuu.com/iandayagbil/docs/dayagbil_portfolio_20200521_pag...

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