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Isabel Castellano

Portfolio


Contact: Isabel C. Castellano Miami, Florida iccastel@syr.edu +1 305 992 8601


CONTEMPORARY

Tropical Retreat | Albany, BAHAMAS Primary Residence | Boca Raton, Florida, USA Culinary Arts School | Los Angeles, California, USA

CONSERVATION

St. Paul Monk Bretton Church Re-Ordering | Barnsley, UK Quaker Meeting House Feasibility Study | Harrogate, UK Charterhouse Redevelopment Plan | Hull, UK

RESEARCH

Colonial Urban Morphology in the Canary Islands | Tenerife, SPAIN Cooperative Market for Agriculture | La Calera, Vth Region, CHILE From & Sequence Studies | Various Cities, EUROPE

Isabel Castellano

Portfolio

CURRICULUMN VITAE


CONTEMPORARY

Tropical Retreat | Albany, BAHAMAS Primary Residence | Boca Raton, Florida, USA Culinary Arts School | Los Angeles, California, USA


Tropical Retreat Albany, Bahamas

A tropical retreat was designed with ODP Architects as a complex of individual buildings facing its internal courtyard to create an open and lavished bohemian layout that incorporated the client and his visiting family needs. Unique architectural features include an entrance corridor, mirrored private guest-bedrooms and an outdoor living room. A controlled variety of windows provide natural daylighting into each room emphasizing visual appeal to its local and luscious environment while maintain residential privacy. Details within each building such as exposed timber ceilings, stone finishes and aluminum components were synchronized throughout the site and its constructions documents distinguishing refined design without exceeding original budget.

Overall Site Section


Second Floor Plan - Construction Documents A-102

First Floor Plan - Construction Documents A-101


North Elevation - Construction Documents A-200

Tropical Retreat Albany, Bahamas

Scheme 1

Scheme 2

Scheme 3 Interior Courtyard, Facade Iterations

Rendering, produced with Christian Stiexner & Lunas Visualization.


Primary Residence Boca Raton, Florida, USA

The primary residence led by ODP Architects upholds the client’s desired residential spaces with the use of profound forms cutting across a unified cul-de-sac site with views across the adjacent lake and golf course. As a team of four, its interior design was developed using exclusive hardware, lavished fabrics and designated light fixtures. A custom contemporary staircase supported with a steel sub-structure, glazed landings and wooden treads demonstrates the high level of design coordination taken between architectural and structural consultants. An intimate and organic wine room design stores and showcases the client’s rare collection. Its smooth veneered form resembles a cave-like structure, emphasizing 3D modeling capabilities for modern day construction.

Section with Custom Staircase


Second Floor Plan - Construction Documents A-102

First Floor Plan - Construction Documents A-101


North Elevation - Construction Documents A-200

South Elevation - Construction Documents A-200

Primary Residence Boca Raton, Florida, USA

Site Progress


Interior Elevation

Process Drawings

Wine Room Elevation


Primary Residence Boca Raton, Florida, USA

Wine Room Renderings coordinated & produced with Lunas Visualization


Culinary Arts School Los Angeles, California, USA

Downtown Culinary Arts School (DCA), a comprehensive studio project collaborated and developed with Tanvi Sanghvi, was an urban and architectural effort towards integrating Los Angeles’ historic downtown edge with its multi-layered Financial District. Its structural concept, comprised of two concrete cores acting as pins for a continuous ribbon-like facade that divided and merged its public and private culinary programs. Programs included: cafÊ, bake shop, restaurant, administration offices, lecture hall, teaching kitchens, broadcast kitchen, demo lab, classrooms, student lounge, library, roof garden and even a park!

Hybrid Perspective


Site with Ground Floor Plan


Program Distribution Models

Culinary Arts School Los Angeles, California, USA

Front Facade Sketch

Auditorium Section Sketch

Section Process Drawing


Front Facade & Staircase Section Drawing


Culinary Arts School Los Angeles, California, USA

Study Models

Core & Facade Study Model: 1/4” = 1’


CONSERVATION

St. Paul Monk Bretton Church Re-Ordering | Barnsley, UK Quaker Meeting House Feasibility Study | Harrogate, UK Charterhouse Redevelopment Plan | Hull, UK


St. Paul Monk Bretton Church Re-ordering Barnsley, UK

St. Paul Monk Bretton ‘s church faculty requested PPIY Architects to propose an interior re-ordering scheme for their practicing community’s late medieval church. The project target fee of £150,000 was to integrate the historic interior fabric with contemporary materials for daily religious use by improving acoustics and security. The re-ordering was to include: removal of existing pews, refurbishment of electric heating system, replacement of flooring materials, relocation of font, creation of a glazed chapel enclosure, insertion of secondary entrance and porch glazed doors and addition of efficient storage for its clergy & vestry rooms.

Partial Ground Floor Plan


Clergy & Vestry Panoramic View Site Survey Photographs by: Mattew Northover

Clergy & Vestry Elevation

Clergy & Vestry Plan Detail


Exterior View

Interior View

St. Paul Monk Bretton Church Re-ordering Barnsley, UK

Vestment Cupboard Soffit Detail

Vestment Cupboard Toe-kick Detail

Concealed Cupboard Sink Section Detail


Quaker Meeting House Feasibility Study Harrogate, UK

Friends of Harrogate appointed PPIY Architects to undertake a Feasibility Study in order to select a positive, forward-thinking and affordable renovation design for their Quaker Meeting House. Each proposed renovation option considers the Quakers’ values of simplicity, equality and sustainability towards their mid-century building. Friends of Harrogate required the study to record and evaluate an efficient use of its interior and exterior spaces when: redefining its main and rear entrances, complying with local accessibility requirements, sustaining spaces for income driven opportunities and supporting inclusive bathroom areas.

Site Survey - Main & Rear Entrances


Ground Floor Plan - Synthesized Design


Existing Ground Floor Plan - Main Entrance Detail

Quaker Meeting House Feasibility Study Harrogate, UK

Option 1 - Reserved Side

Option 2 - Wide Corner Proposed Rear Entrance Options

Option 3 - Narrow Edge


Charterhouse Redevelopment Plan Hull, UK

The Charterhouse Redevelopment Plan as a University of York’s conservation project aimed to revitalize and reactivate an abandoned historic Victorian school building as a Virtual Library with assistance from Hull’s History City Centre and its School of Art and Design. The project would reinstate the school’s original central layout, enhance its authentic architectural qualities and function as a Virtual Library, acting as: a digital lab, teaching facility and outreach community center.

Aerial View & Rendering


Map 1: The Gough Map of Great Britain, Hull, 1360 Source: Gough Map

Map 2: Drawing of Town Hull, 1537 Source: The British Library

Map 2 Detail: The Charterhouse Priory Source: Charterhouse Conservation Area Character Appraisal

Map 3: Part of Hollar’s Plan of Hull, 1640 Source: Charterhouse Conservation Area Character Appraisal

Map 4: Insurance Plan of Hull, 1886 Source: The British Library

Map 4 Detail: Insurance Plan of Hull, 1886 Source: The British Library


Excerpts from Heritage Statement Aim: This Heritage Statement aims to promote the Charterhouse Redevelopment Plan’s two sequential phases. Phase one’s strategic motion in restoring the Victorian Infant School’s exterior surface to its former glory as a Virtual Library will initiate the revitalize the Charterhouse Complex’s image and purpose. Phase two will extend the complex’s reactivation from the Virtual Library into its neighboring structures to support a cohesive and growing community center. The analysis and interpretation of the existing charterhouse site comprised of several different structures aims to cross-reference maps and listed descriptions alongside archived photographs and site surveys. Architectural features and details expressed within these findings are noted as key elements to retain within the proposed phases. The redevelopment plant holistically proposes full “Accessibility.” The basic essence of a virtual library is providing equal educational opportunities. In order for this to occur, equal physical access needs to be established and retained throughout the complex’s design. This Heritage Statement will encourage and support United Kingdom’s Equality Act 2010, Part 6: Equality in Education (Act of Parliament 2010, 54-64), towards the historic buildings’ renovation process. Methodology: Historic England’s Conservation Principles Policies and Guidance for the Sustainable Management of the Historic Environment strategies and method of assessed values are implemented within this Heritage Statement in order to certify the Charterhouse’s overall design intentions and high quality towards Victorian architectural detail. A mapping sequence is the most important part of this project’s documentation, allowing to analyze the original structures to its context, establishing growth and illustrating relationships with its local community.

Charterhouse Redevelopment Plan Hull, UK

Historical Background: The first recorded building within the Charterhouse Complex was the Carthusian Priory, founded by Michael de la Pole, 1st Earl of Suffolk and Chancellor to King Richard II in 1379. It was the only documented structure outside Kingston on Hull’s city walls during the Middle Ages. The priory grew to incorporate a hospital and individual chambers. Most of the priory was then salvaged as a hospital by the Hull Corporation during King Henry VIII’s Dissolution. More destruction to the complex followed in Hull’s “Second Siege” in 1642 as part of the English Civil War. The Master’s house was rebuilt in 1649 to include its own hospital wing on the south side of Charterhouse Lane (Charterhouse Conservation Area Character Appraisal 2010, 4-5). Many more neighboring buildings were constructed in the late 18th century, around the complex, developing into a “Georgian New Town.” A chapel built within the Charterhouse Complex encouraged the construction of the southern neighborhing Victorian Hull Board School in the late 1800s. The one-level infant school building supported 243 infants while the main school building equally taught, 251 boys on the ground floor and 251 girls on the first floor (Historic England - Former Charter School 1994).


Original Ground Floor Plan - Victorian Infant School

Existing Ground Floor Plan - Serviced Apartments

Proposed Ground Floor Plan - Virtual Library


Excerpts from Heritage Statement (cont.) Proposed Design: The Victorian Infant School’s proposed design as a Virtual Library will restore the structure’s historic fabric and reinstate its original central classroom interior as an efficient open-studio space. The mixture between its historic exterior and modern interior can elaborate a clean, slick and simple design with the use of existing and new modern materials of construction. Rodger Hunt, author of New Design for Old Buildings (2017, 5), supports the creative use of modern design when it is “sensitive and respectful of the existing structures around them.” The Virtual Library’s interior space can support an ample, column-free space for leisurely seating and group workspaces. Proposed furniture pieces are recommended as compartmental and movable pieces to provide freedom and flexibility for various forms of events to occur. For further community involvement towards the interior design development, local artists have been asked to design the library’s new desks, chairs and shelving.

Values: Evidential - Artifacts uncovered from Medieval Carthusian Priory,

ship harbor & St. Mary’s burial grounds. Historical - Second oldest surviving Hull School Board building with authentic brick & stone engravings. Aesthetic - Original Victorian architectural elements: octagonal bell turret, brick buttresses & stone rose carvings. Communal - Continues to provide space of learning & support for students & their families.

Charterhouse Redevelopment Plan Hull, UK

Local Legislation: City of Hull’s Local Plan (2017, 126) advocates to merge the city’s unique design and heritage as “connections between people and places.” The Virtual Library’s creative interior encourages different types and seasonal of events to occur within the Victorian structure such as exhibits, research and casual social gatherings throughout the year.

North Elevation

West Section

Serviced Apartment Drawings by: Piercy Design Chartered Architects Source: Jackson-Stops Propert Expert 2018


RESEARCH

Colonial Urban Morphology in the Canary Islands | Tenerife, SPAIN Cooperative Market for Agriculture | La Calera, Vth Region, CHILE Form & Sequence Studies | Various Cities, EUROPE


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Timber Post & Lintel Volcanic Stone Columns

Timber Window Frames

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Stone Treads

Tiled Walls

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Stucco Paneling

Tiled Flooring

Timber Railing

Tiled Seating

Clay Roof Tiles

Interior Courtyard Material Study


Cooperative Market for Agriculture La Calera, Vth Region , CHILE

A cooperative market influenced by the hacienda typology thesis project appropriately responds to Chile’s regionally diverse agricultural lands. The market’s proximity to small-scale farms, highway infrastructure and port facilities would ensure the success of small-scale farms’ production and growth against mass monocultured corporate farms. This design is located in La Calera, a rural city in the Vth region of Chile. The cooperative market would act as a vehicle for the procurement, distribution and tourism connected to farming products such as citrus fruits, avocados and dried goods. Its holistic design test the claim that architecture informed by local building, farming and urban practices can offer a prototypical approach that will better empower the community involved in the production of agricultural products to be consumed at a global scale.

Site Sections


Typical Chilean Hacienda Plan

Walls, Columns & Spaces

Circulation & Configuration

El Huique Hacienda Plan Drawing

El Huique San Francisco Soltepec Bledos Hacienda Study Models: Clear & Opaque Acrylic Panels, Laser Cut & Engraved with Ink


Regional Site Diagram

Cooperative Market for Agriculture La Calera, Vth Region , CHILE

La Calera, Site Drawing


Local Economic Impact Diagrams

Aerial Drawing of Cooperative Market


Highway Site Model: Chipboard & Wood

Cooperative Market for Agriculture La Calera, Vth Region , CHILE

Site Plan

Site Model: Chipboard, Foam & Wood


Form & Sequence Studies Various Cities , EUROPE

An architect is both a student and researcher of the world it lives in. During my work and personal travels, I take pleasure in absorbing the spaces and moments around me by sketching. Curiosity and admiration are two emotions that drive my daily sketches. Therefore, my use of sketching has evolved in a method of recording and distinguishing the co-existence and interaction of forms and sequences. The artistic technique to record subtle or dynamic scenes through lines and shadows instead of a digital approach is a personal choice of fluid communication & interpretation on a sole piece of paper.

Section Sketch - Museum Querini Stampalia Foundation, Venice


Sequence Drawing - St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City, Italy

Sequence Drawing - Piazza del Campo, Siena, Italy


Form & Sequence Studies Various Cities , EUROPE

Sketches: Basilica Santa Maria del Santo Spirito, Florence, Italy - Baptistry, Pisa, Italy - Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain


Notes, Diagrams & Perspective Drawing - Il Girasole, Rome, Italy

Diagrams & Perspective Drawing - Chiesa dell’Autostrada, Florence, Italy


Form & Sequence Studies Various Cities , EUROPE

Interior Courtyard Facade Study - Palazzo Pitti, Florence, Italy

Volumetric Study Basilica San Lorenzo Florence, Italy

Bay Axonometric Study Basilica Santa Maria Florence, Italy


Isabel Castellano Summary

Experienced architectural designer with a demonstrated history working in the industry of architecture, interior design and conservation. Skilled in AutoCAD, ArchiCAD, Microstation, Custom Millwork Design, Sculpture and Hand Drawing for the development of feasibility studies, design proposals, planning approval presentations and construction documents. Strong and active professional in the arts & design field exceeding with flexible and intensive working schedule, strategic research skills and descriptive writing practices.

Experience

PPIY Architects +, Part II Architectural Assistant York, UK 2018-2019 Directed Wakefield Hospice Entrance Renovation Proposal from Planning to Bidding Phase. Surveyed and created technical drawings with specifications for conservation of Medieval Church Fenton Clock Tower and replication of its louvers. Completed CD set for grant-aided disabled residential extension. Recorded and managed Feasibility Study for Mid-century Quaker Meeting House. Designed a community oriented Engine Shed Teaching Facility for Derwent Valley Light Railway. O’Donnell Dannwolf and Partners, Architects Inc. Designer Hollywood Beach, FL 2014-2017 Produced and communicated client presentations with hand sketches, collages and digital / physical models. Collaborated, designed and developed multi-million dollar residences in Florida & Bahamas through consultant meetings, set submissions and RFIs. Developed and produced CD sets for One Thousand Museum, Zaha Hadid Architects. Coordinated life safety plans and CD sets for Paramount Miami World Center. Generated interior and exterior schematic designs for luxury residential apartments. Reviewed and directed consultants’ drawings towards architectural design intent. Morrison Health Care Administrative Assistant Miami, FL 2013 Completed daily sales, expenses, labor, special functions and inventories. Established and maintained a department filing system for records received and approved. Audited all cash transaction funds and deposits for weekly and monthly financial statements. Bulthaup Senior Intern Miami, FL 2010-2011 Reviewed interior design presentations, assisted with marketing events and organized material library.

Affiliations

Skills

Institute for Historic Building Conservation, Student Affiliate Member 2019 National Trust for Historic Preservation, Individual Member 2018 Habitat for Humanity, assisted with: landscaping, exterior painting & roof construction 2009 & 2018 American Institute of Architecture Miami Chapter, Associate Member 2016-2017 American Institute of Architecture Syracuse University Chapter, Student Member 2011-2014 Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society, Student Member 2011-2013 Languages fluent in English & Spanish Computer Microstation, ArchiCAD, AutoCAD, Adobe CS6 & Rhino, familiar with: NBS, V-Ray, Grasshopper Hand rendering hardline drafting, graphite, ink, charcoal, prismacolor, watercolor, color pencil, acrylic Model museum & chip board, wood, metal, string, glass, plexiglass, foam, vellum, laser cutting, 3D printing


Isabel Castellano Education

University of York York, UK January 2019 Master of Arts in Conservations Studies of Historic Buildings, Merit Postgraduate Course Representative for Conservation Studies & Archaeology of Buildings The Heritage Planning Studio Member of University of York’s Archaeology Department Coursework: Analyzing & Interpreting Historic Buildings, Approaches to Conservation, Cultural Heritage Research: Building Conservation, Heritage Protection, Conservation Solutions Dissertation: Colonial Urban Morphology in The Canary Islands: The Case Study of San Cristóbal de La Laguna Syracuse University School of Architecture Syracuse, NY May 2016 Bachelor of Architecture, Cum Laude & Dean’s List Geography Minor, Environment & Society Minor Coursework: Historic Preservation, Sustainable Construction, Educational Facilities & Landscape Design International Study: Sustainable Urbanism in Europe, Architectural Survey & Design in Italy Thesis: A Cooperative Market for Agriculture, Architecture for Small-Scale Agriculture in Chile Independent Study: Chile’s Disrupted Landscape – A Study on Agricultural Reform, Production & Patterns Design & Architecture Senior High (DASH) Miami, FL June 2011 Highest Achievement in Architecture Diploma with Honors Coursework: Architecture Strand, 2D, 3D, Portfolio, Photography & Marine Science Competition: Design A New DASH, a High School for the Visual Arts Team project, 2nd Place 2011 Tulane University New Orleans, LA Summer 2010 Pre College Career Explorations in Architecture Summer Program Full Scholarship Portfolio Recognition Coursework: History & Architecture of New Orleans, Field Survey & Design Studio

Community Involvement

Florida Atlantic University’s School of Architecture Design Critic Fort Lauderdale, FL 2018 Historic Preservation City Division Career Shadow & Presentation Miami, FL 2018 “Model Design & Building,” Boy Scouts Merit Badge Workshop Miami Lakes, FL 2016 Miami’s Design District Bus Stop Design, Final Jury DASH, Miami, FL 2013 & 2014

Recognitions

York Conservation Archaeology Alumni Dissertation Research Grant Canary Islands, Spain 2019 SU Travel Abroad Grant Florence, Italy 2014 Syracuse University Architecture Scholarship Full Tuition 2011- 2016 De la Cruz & The Miami Foundation Young Designer Scholarship Fund 2011 Villagers Inc. Historic Preservation Scholarship (Pippo & Zinzow) 2011 AIA Miami Chapter Student of the Year Award 2010

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