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GSAPP | MSAAD Professional works

Iris Wang

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IRIS WANG Columbia University MSAAD, GSAPP 2013


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Resume

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Academic Studio Works

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Hudson River Estuarium | park of performance anchorages

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Knowledge City | active porosity

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Rio Remix Acenida Brasil | city tarmac

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Visual Study Works

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Encoded Matter | webspin-ner

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Imaging Urtra-Real | farnsworth house

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Instant Installation | studio-X exhibition

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Approaching Convergence | substyle

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Professional Works

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Skylark Town Center | sketch design

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Brykman Residence | architectural interior

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Architecture Tours


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Iris Wang | { Education Background } 2012 - 2013

Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design, GSAPP Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University in the city of New York

2006 - 2010

Bachelor of Architecture, NTUST Department of Architecture, College of Design, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taipei, Taiwan

{ Professional Experience } 2014

2013-2014

Designer actLAB, New York, NY - schematic design Junior Architect Victoria Benatar Architect PLLC, New York, NY - construction documents, material selections and - specification, construction administration, presentation

2013

Guest Critic Architectural Design Studio, NTUST - giving critic to studio works at student presentation

2011

Graphic Design Bonanza Rail Technology Co., Ltd. Beijing, China - editing design, typesetting design

2010 - 2012

2009

Project Assistant SH Architects, Taipei, Taiwan - Taipei City Urban Regeneration Projects International Architecture Studio Four East-Asian Universities Urban Architecture Studio - worked with students from Japan, Korea and China - group leader and final presenter - won second place award


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Summer Intern Green-Field Architects, Taipei, Taiwan - concept design for children library, meeting with clients - CAD drawing, editing by Photoshop, model making

2008

Interior Design Dunhua S. Road Suite as design studio, Taipei, Taiwan - lighting and space - stairs, floor, wall and ceiling design

2008

Design Assistant ARTECH - INC., Taipei, Taiwan - buddhism school project, model making

2008

Design Assistant CHIEN Architects & Associates, Taipei, Taiwan - university learning center project - model making, material selection

{ Language Ability } Chinese (native) - fluent conversation, reading and writing English - fluent conversation, reading and writing

{ Computer Proficiency } 3ds Max, Rhinoceros, Sketch Up, ArchiCAD, Revit AutoCAD, vectorworks Arc GIS, Grasshopper Python for Rhino, V-ray for Rhino V-ray for 3ds Max, Mental ray for 3ds Max Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, After Effect

{ Contact } Address E-mail Phone

340 West 86 st., apt. 12F, New York, NY, 10024 irislcwang@gmail.com 9175316346


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GSAPP SUMMER STUDIO


10 academic studio works

hudson river estuarium

Design Studio Work

HUDSON RIVER ESTUARIUM hudson river edge as a renovated ecourban river proformance park Instructors: Kate Orff, Gena Wirth Mission: Hudson River Sites: Pier 54 + Gansevoort Peninsula Software: Rhino V-ray Photoshop Illustrator

The Hudson River Studio This design studio will look at the latent urban and ecological potential of the post post-industrial New York harbor with a focus on reimagining the Hudson River edge as a place of interaction, learning, economic generation, and ecological exchange. NYC’s waterfront has taken multiple forms throughout history. Our goal is to transform the conceptions of urban waterfront to include an emphasis on soft infrastructure, robust marine habitat, and new forms of programming and energy generation relative to 21st century Manhattan urbanism. An emphasis will be placed on developing a science-driven design methodology that spans many scales, from macro-level hydrological studies at the scale of western Manhattan to small material prototypes if casting marine concrete. The studio will culminate in the development of an architectural scale intervention at one of four specific sites along the lower Hudson River.

Flooded New York City


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125th St.

Pier 94

Heliport

Pier 66 Pier 59

Pier 51 Pier 40 Pier 25

North Cove

Pier A

Mapping the Hudson River Edge


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hudson river estuarium

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The Plan Scenario for a new Hudson Waterfront

1. Marsh 1. terracing | low protected 2. Artificial Reef 2. submerged 3. Island 3. block water | slow water 4. Jetty 4. protect edge | slow water 4. | sediment dynamic 5. Floating Structure 5. calmer water | low access point


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Breakwater Tower

Floating Wetland

Marsh

Jetty

Reef

Breakwater Tower

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Floating Wetland

Marsh

Jetty

Background

NYC Hurricane Evacuation Zones Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 Zone 5 Zone 6

The Hudson River is the birthplace of American conceptions of infrastructure and nature. From the early Hudson River School of Painters, to the invention of the steam boat, to the many factories that located and then moved from the River Banks. The waterfront -developed as part of a legacy of industrialization and, maritime commerce - is typically the city’s most contested zone. Once a vulnerable edge in need of fortification, then a conduit for trade and shipping, this “-front” today is characterized in global cites by a matrix of complex regulatory restraints heightened by the realities of global climate change, shifting tides, and demands for profitable development and local access. Rather than imposing a new uniform regime onto the waterfront of a post-industrial landscape exclusively for living and leisure we might ask – what can we learn from the waterfront relative to the economies and ecologies of the future? What are the new relationships of habitat, waste, energy, new communal-residence typologies, marine biodiversity, and pre-industrial live-work modes that will generate a truly productive zone? We will speculate as to how to reorganize the Hudson River as a harbinger of the future of cities and landscapes, and reconstruct the relationship between politics, biology, architecture and urban nature. At a time in which threats to global biodiversity, energy resources, and rising water levels force the radical reconsideration of concepts of production and urbanism, we will speculate as to how future buildings and landscapes can be planted and seeded over time, and how can a new set of urbanistic practices, grounded in inherently changing river flower and processes, emerge. Our design strategies will incorporate risk and change and forge new ecologies and community structures.


Pier 54

Ganservoort Peninsula

FERRY TERMINAL + TIDAL CLASSROOM Despite heavy investments in lower Manhattan, many sites sit underutilized and have not developed to their full potential to integrate history and the future of the Battery, land and water, and tourist and resident. ESTUARIUM The Hudson River is really a complex estuarine system that mixes fresh and salt water. The Hudson River Park Trust, plans to build an Estuarium, or a museum about the Hudson River itself, on Pier 26, with a height limit of two stories. MIXED USE PIER Pier 40, which houses the offices of the Hudson River Park Trust, has a 14 acre footprint over water. Hudson River Park was established on a self-sustaining model, and the pier needs to be an economic generator for the trust.

PERFORMANCE PARK Gansevoort Peninsula was built on a marine platform and has a soft rip-rap edge. Most of the peninsula will be converted to open park space, with a small carve out for a Marine Transfer Station. Pier 54, located to the immediate north of Gansevoort Peninsula, was used until recently as a concert venue. WASTE GARDEN Adjacent to the 125th street water treatment plant, which is covered with parklike substance, sits a Department if Sanitation Shed that is being phased out of use. This site presents opportunities to integrate public access vertically, to explore techniques of mollusk framing and bio filtration, and bring water access to an underserved community.


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Cut and Float The potential of this site is enormous. The focus of the proposal is on reimaging this part of Hudson River edge as a renovated 21st century eco-urban river bank performance park. Special attention will be on the hydrology and eco-aspect. “Cut and Float� will be used as an experimental form of architectural scheme on this Hudson River studio. Flexible floating performance spaces will be created to capture the essence of New York City, different versions of landscape and changing background with time and floating is expected. And floating structures such as wetlands will serve to clean water and protect soft shoreline.

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Cut

Cove Typography_ Pocket & Edge

Float

Mold

Reshape

Connect

Slow Water

Habitat


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POPA_Park of Performance Anchorages

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Fast Current Small cove

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Slow Water Habitat People Access Calm Water Big

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Long Edge

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This site I choose for Performance Park on Hudson River Waterfront is Pier 54+neighboring Gansevoort Peninsula, and the water area between them. This site is located near downtown meat packing district, a former industrial neighborhood of New York City, in recent year, developing into a destination for vanguard architecture, design, fashion, restaurants and the High Line urban park. And soon the High line Headquarter and new Whitney Museum will be located just across the West Street of this site. The booming of eastern district brings high inspiration to the water front planning. To expand the activities on its southern Hudson River Park, a soft connection space will be designed. Multiple layers water proving ground will be exploited, protected and open to public with hope to blur the boundaries between land and sea, extending the city into water. Recreational eco-spaces will be created between Pier and Peninsula. A sky bridge will be put forward to connect High Line and the new Whitney Museum, aiming for easy accessibility and making effort to link city energy and art ambiance with the waterfront performance park.

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Steel arch of Pier 54, the remains of a once-grand building built for ocean liner passengers, was the first scene we encountered when bicycling along the greenway of the site. Although concerts, dances, movies and events have been held in Pier 54, due to safety concern, all the activities have been moved away this year. A walking and biking path can be used starting 1996 in this area, but notorious for the uncomfortable narrowness and the danger of adjacent West Street Traffic. After a long occupation by the New York City Sanitation Department, the Gansevoort Peninsula is expected to give back to the public for park use.

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Cut and Float Site Strategy

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POPA I Break Water Cove Control Center

Boat House

POPA II Still Water Plaza Restaurant

Stage Entrance Plaza

Studios

POPA III

Big Stair

Performing Arts Pavilion

Information & Ticket

Studios

Park of Performance Anchorages Site Plan

Wetland

Public

Water Performance

Performance

Audience

Water Access Point

Floating Units Diagram


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POPA I_ Break Water Cove

Boat House Green Jetty

Viewing the park as a “flexible field� was the key to in creating a design that could behave in a way that would parallel its ultimate use. Each distinct zone houses varying program, views, and ecologic characteristics. The park incorporated into all three areas, a paver of variable density and orientation and to foster general movement throughout the site without acting as a restrictive barrier to specific activities. In this break water cove, contemporary arts and media display can be performed in architectural spaces designed to be open and friendly; fluid and floating; flexible and expendable.

Floating Platform

Media Display

Art Display

Outdoor Movie

Break Water Tower

POPA II_ Still Water Plaza Studio

Restaurant

In this eco-urban still water plaza, the soft-edge of the floating wetland restores a visual marker of the shifting environment and promotes ecological growth at the site. The plaza employs a variety of sustainable strategies to produce a memorable civic space which is adaptive to changing human and ecological programs.

Bridge

Floating Platform

Blue BBQ

Boat House

Floating Wetland

Sunbathing

Performance


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POPA III_ Performing Arts Pavilion Restaurant This performing arts pavilion is designed to accommodate a wide array of potential activities, including festivals gatherings, concerts, movies, weddings, fashion shows, farmer’s market, and water carnivals, as well as less intense, every day activities like boat-watching, fishing, sitting, sunbathing, and simply hanging out.

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Outdoor Drama Big Stage Floating Platform

Fashion Show

Outdoor Concert

Art Display (Day)

Media Display (Night)

Outdoor Movie (Night)

Blue BBQ (Day)

Sunbathing (Night)

Performance (Night)

Drama (Day)

Fashion Show (Night)

Outdoor Concert (Night)


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GSAPP FALL STUDIO


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academic studio works

Design Studio Work

ACTIVEPOROSITY knowledge city

Overview It is projected for the beginning of the XXI century that over 50% of the world population will be living in urban centers. But what is the actual purpose of a high density City at the beginning of the XXI Century? With the advent of new technologies the storage, transmission and management of information has become quasi spaceless. So, with a brutal contraction of time and space, not to say a complete disappearance of the notion of distance for data transmission in the Information Age we have arrived again to the notion of Delocalization. So why are we paying so much rent to live in the center of cities like Paris, New York, Tokyo, Mumbai or Kyoto?

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an interface between the urban community and the campus

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Instructors: Frederic Levrat Mission: Knowledge City Sites: NYU-Houston and Mercer Community center

NYU, a school in the city, with no physical boundary like typical campus typology. This kind of characteristic create a unique relationship between campus and city. The city square and street become part of campus use but in the same time also used by the public. How should we define the interface between the urban community and the campus?

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A conceptual mapping about creating porosity in between campus and city by breaking solid and void. These new porosity will help to create a more cohesive form and circulation network, thereby forging a clearer link between solid and void. In this case... knowledge exchange.


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If the future of the city is the “knowledge city” want form and shape does such a city takes? Is it a human oriented Network, or an information oriented network? It brings us back to the initial question, regarding the relationship between the Virtual and the Physical in architecture. On the other hand we all accept this condition, as our current experience of the city is a condition of “interface” where the build environment allows us to understand better abstract “information” This project will look at the open space in the city and campus. How city and campus use the open space together? How to find an articulation between city and campus. This is a very first image of knowledge city project: “active porosity”


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academic studio works

Yellow _ Open Space A study of using the open (yellow) space to interfere and change the nearby city and campus programs. It can be a event generator. As much through their programs as through their spatial potential, they accelerate a cultural or social transformation that is already in progress. These diverse types and spatial experiences will improve the quality of urban life. In this project if we increase the density and quantity, it can trigger more activities and events. Form spaces but not define space, ambiguous space that defines by surrounding - active porosity.

Private Campus (studio) Less Private (gallery) Open Space (knowledge exchange) Less Private (coffee shop)

Private City (Office)

Changing the physical space Place for encounter / exchange knowledge Circulation / movement

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Campus

Open Space

Void Side

Surfaces

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Building Porosity The design also consolidates and reorganizes existing open space programs to enhance their function. A new pedestrian network will be introduced to divide space into smaller intimate-sized ones, adding more intersections to encourage active social interaction. This will help reduce the perceived size of the private space and connect open space, infusing the site with more life and activity. These new centers of activity will help create a more cohesive University form and circulation network, thereby forging a clearer link between NYU and the neighborhood. On the other hand it is a big stage to visualize the activities that provide knowledge exchange between city and campus.

Active Porosity Space Potential

Picnic Lounge Gallary Exhibition skating

eating with view thinking out of classroom

Outdoor Discussion Space

Play Ground present paper

knowledge exchange

filming

thinking

Lounge

going home

talking on the phone

Office

to faculty club

Public Circulation

making arrangment

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waiting

Street

School Social Place

out of swiming pool

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fighting

Movie heading to class

Bus Stop

smoking

heading to class

shopping

doing master piece

Studio Street

reading

thinking

Jogging

Dance Class

Dog park


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Lounge Space Basketball Information Center Study Center Tennis Court Garden Swimming Pool Lecture Hall Audio Visual Classroom Outdoor Performance Auditorium Restaurant School Housing Cafe Visitor Center Gift Shop Bus Stop Pavilion Student Center Housing


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Cross Programming The city should be considered as interface between stored knowledge and active users, as well as between active users themselves, and between active users and the surrounding space. It is the place for the possibility to exchange knowledge, to learn from each other’s. It is the place for chance encounter, the unprogrammed, the unexpected.


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Mega Structure

Glass Box

Unfolded Platform

Active Porosity Three types of elements in the architecture. Mega Structure | hold structure create big roof main circulation Clear Box | private event stage visualize knowledge Unfolded Platform | space transition hold neutral space knowledge exchange

active porosity knowledge city


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active porosity knowledge city


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The design of architecture loggias between city and provides an important opportunity to bring this superblock back into the city. Using porosity in the city and in the architecture.


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GSAPP SPRING STUDIO


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Design Studio Work

Rio-Remix Acenida Brasil STUDIO SANGUE BOM Instructors: Keith Kaseman, Raul Correa-Smith Mission: Advanced Spatial Projections Sites: Multiple (12+) 250m x 250m zones along Avenida Brasil Individual work Software: Rhino V-ray Photoshop Illustrator

Overview Unique in the nature, magnitude, complexity, profundity, and diversity built into its infinite intensities and cultural varieties, Rio de Janeiro is both truly amazing and impossible to suitably describe. It has been widely broadcast that significant transformation to its deep fabric is inevitable especially with the World Cup of Soccer coming to Brazil in 2014, and the Summer Olympic Games to be hosted by Rio in 2016. That, coupled with Brazil’s upward trend towards positive economic development and expanded geopolitical influence, Rio has never been better poised to leverage its distinctive potential against its intrinsic urgencies than it is at this moment. Though how Rio’s myriad challenges, constraints, conflicts, forces, ambitions and interests ultimately interweave over time is yet to be determined, the one sure thing is that the complexity in play is uniquely perplexing at almost every level. This studio’s pursuits will incisively tap into a host of questions that emerge from the uniquely exciting momentum at hand. What new spatial and urban typologies may emerge from this developmental fervor? Or, how might we participate in imagining potential futures for Rio beyond 2016? To what degree might ideas developed from the outside sincerely mix and expand upon exchange on the inside? What can we as a studio bring to the table to spark and perpetuate such exchange? Specifically geared to inject high levels of architectural imagination and experimentation into the ongoing and varied discourses in Rio de Janeiro regarding its spatial potentials at impactful scales, this studio will navigate a multitude of operational modes in an effort to cultivate questions which would otherwise not be raised, and develop architectural evidence that constructively points to spatial futures not yet imagined for Rio.

rio remix studio sangue bom


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Avenida Brasil Far from the stunning views of Rio’s beaches of the so called South Zone area, lies a thriving urban tapestry of high density neighborhoods, poorly planned and lacking the quality of open spaces, parks and trees of its counterpart. Most of these neighborhoods are connected by Rio’s largest and most important thoroughfare: Avenida Brasil. Slicing through 27 neighborhoods in the city, Avenida Brasil is to this day the busiest and most important route for the daily commute of people to and from Rio’s downtown and though about 1/3 of its 36 mile length will be modified to incorporate a planned BRT transportation system, the remainder of this historic avenue will be left mostly untouched, at least until the soon approaching 2016 deadline of the Olympic Games. Our mission, then, will be to think of Avenida Brasil’s potential as an urban spine to deliver more than just a more efficient means of travel, but to seek, generate and investigate the myriad possibilities to boost the quality of life of those who depend on Avenida Brasil, and spark new spatial modes of activation by strategically flexing the Avenida and its residual spaces into new conceptions of the city.

Site 14

site 14.3 spiral impact_capture movement


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points set + fold

extension area serve as potential plaza

new program between avenida / city

multi-layers screen covers

new typology for the city


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Operate the Edge

multi-structure gather center: station?

By exploring and developing a multitude of spatial potentials that the site may support, invite, be inject by, inflate to, or simply launch into existence. With this special agenda, start with finding the potential spots for the transition movement. And playing with the edges folding the spaces to make it content a lot of signal and direction fore the moments and also provide the flexibility to the activity on top of it.

top level

mid level

exit / entrance people / cars ?

neighborhood impact different levels

low level

remix


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Rio Remix: Spatial Sampling Rio has been blessed not only by its stunning topography but also by an array of architectural projects (especially during its modernist phase) and by the incredible bottom-up spatial intelligence inherent in its favelas. Unique and immensely diverse specific spatial signatures occur throughout Rio’s urban fabric, to an extent that surpasses most cities on Earth. This exciting feature of the city will fuel the synthesis, sampling, deployment and testing of pre-biased spatial strategies through the studio work, re-injecting such signatures into Avenida Brasil, and Rio will serve as the global context (the antidote against the super generic) through which new local identities will be broadcast. This new spatial mix will be cultivated from the inside and woven on the outside, extending as far as the remotest spot on Avenida Brasil. A general thrust related to boosting new forms of mobility and cultural agitation defines the baseline from which our semisystematic exchange-based studio operations will launch.

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Stealth triggers

Staggered Expansion

Program inlay / overlay

Spatial Observation The city of Rio itself will be considered a laboratory from and upon which to sample and synthesize specific spatial qualities, providing an array of strategies to be tested and remixed along, within, above and below the massive spine that is Avenida Brasil. RIO REMIX will focus on so-called blind spots along the avenue as a way to initiate urban-spatial synergies at large scales of potential impact.


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Tarmac + City This project is looking at the flexible and dynamic open spaces in Rio, and try to remain and rescale them along the avenue, in order to project a new type of spatial condition for the future Rio. The mixer of City Tarmac will transfer the avenue into dynamic space to make people activity to merge with the transportation. Tarmac is the space for airplane runway all the way to the terminal in the airport. It content a lot of signal and direction for the movement and also provide the flexibility to the activity on top it. For this proposal the main thing is what if we mix the tarmac system and the city. What will happened? The site we have is along the new Rio BRT line. Combining this new movement with tarmac concept, when it embedded in this city in order to trigger urban activity. Start with looking at the transition for movement and trying to find the potential spot in the site. Creating a tarmac bridge to show some possibilities of the future city in Rio. This mixer will incisively tap into a host of questions that emerge from the uniquely exciting momentum at hand. What new spatial and urban typologies may emerge from this developmental fervor? Or, how might we participate in imagining potential futures for Rio beyond 2016? To what degree might ideas developed from the outside sincerely mix and expand upon exchange on the inside? What can we as a studio bring to the table to spark and perpetuate such exchange? Specifically geared to inject high levels of architectural imagination and experimentation into the ongoing and varied discourses in Rio de Janeiro regarding its spatial potentials at impactful scales, this studio will navigate a multitude of operational modes in an effort to cultivate questions which would otherwise not be raised, and develop architectural evidence that constructively points to spatial futures not yet imagined for Rio.

rio remix studio sangue bom


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We will immerse ourselves into multiple versions of Rio’s vibrant atmosphere, gaining invaluable insight from its rich cultural, spatial, material and social mix, thus constructing an enriched platform from which we will launch into the second half of the semester. Our itinerary will be constructed with an emphasis on unique urban spatial signatures, the navigation through which will provide daily sequences of robust experiences.


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rio remix studio sangue bom

tarmac remix module “A”

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tarmac remix module “C�

Tarmac Modules Four tarmac remixer modules has been present to the Avenida Brasil. These exciting feature of the city

will fuel the synthesis, sampling, deployment and testing of pre-biased spatial strategies through the studio work, re-injecting such signatures into Avenida Brasil, and Rio will serve as the global context (the antidote against the super generic) through which new local identities will be broadcast.


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rio remix studio sangue bom


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GSAPP VISUAL STUDY


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encoded matter webspin-ner

Visual Study Work

ENCODED= MATTER WEBSPIN-NER workshop in computatuonal craft Instructor: Ezio Blasetti TA: Luis Felipe Paris Partner: Sufa Pai Software: Rhino Grasshopper Python

he project explores the idealized scenario to redeine the process of growth of a spider web geometry. he web generated is the result by the use of two diferent codes.


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The first code we name it GROWTH: this creates a net structure, generated from a cloud of strategically positioned points, by aggregating three inputs: generations, branches and length, in order to achieve the desired web growth.

The second code, RELAX: Shrinks the spider web. The formation of a net will distinguish fixed and flexible points that will allow points to move and identify the relationship with the neighboring point that gradually increase and decrease tension as well as density of the web geometry reacting through the different generations of code.

generation : 3 branches : 3 : 45 length

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imaging the ultra-real


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Visual Study Work

IMAGING ULTRA-REAL workshop in architectural rendering Instructor: Kenvin Cimini, Chris Hoxie TA: Phillip Crupi Individual work Software: 3D max V-ray Photoshop


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imaging the ultra-real


57 workshop in architectural rendering


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Exhibition Work

INSTANT INSTALLATION

the Non Linear Solution at Studio X Director: Caterina Tiazzoldi Coordination: Christos Constantinou, Eleni Gianpapa, Andriana Maria Koutalianou Studio-X: Geoff Manaugh, Nicola Twilley, Carlos Solis Students: Pablo Costa, Katia Davidson, Iris Wang, Sanhoi Lam, Elham Morovvati, Trent Oatman, Mehemt Doruk Ozdemir, Yang Shu, Yeh-Sen Su, Lanxi Sun, Della Krantz, Jiaqi Xu, Shu Yang, Sun Yifu, Ruomei Zhang, Chen Zheng. Teaching Assistant: Amy Maresko Collaborators: Fabio Ullasci, Andrea Sapei, Zach Chapman, Giulia Franchello, Eugenio Rubbo Acknowledgments: Laura Kurgan Technical Sponsor: Associated Fabrication

Interni Corner – Studio X –NSU New York Design Week May 08-22, 2014 180, Varik Street NY

instant installation


59 non linear solution exhibition at gsapp studio-x

We want to create an adaptive prefabrication system permitting to enables activities to happen without generating a playful engagement with the visitor and the space. we are a a product that generate spaces. A product reinventing the performativity the material, social, and educational possibilities-of temporary exhibit spaces. We are developing an Instant Installation to present @ studio X during the NY design week. We are developing and Instant Installation having the capacity to reconfigures in accord with the different locations .playing with its geometry and layer of materiality, soliciting people curiosity and reaction.

1. CNC perforated Lacquered Metal Rail 2. Customized perforation for variation 3. Screws for mounting the rail 4. Metal hook for single point attachment

define your configuration position it where you want

select your piece select your piece

What - Techniques: Is modular; one unit can become three can become seven, providing scalability Is modular; one unit can become three can become seven, providing scalabiland the ability to go from an intimate platform to a larger one ity and the ability to go from an intimate platform to a larger one 2. Is conscientious of the materials used and their impact on the environment 3. Is easy to produce and install by exploring the potentialities of advanced paraIs conscientious of the materials used and their impact on the environment metric techniques and a cnc manufacturing of customized rails we are going to define an adaptive rail system to quickly plug into the space. Is easy to produce and install by exploring the potentialities of advanced parametric techniques and a cnc manufacturing of customized rails we are going to define an adaptive rail system to quickly plug into the space.

A customizable element that can be easily carried in a bag.


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The product in the development of a an easy customizable rail permitting to quickly assemble the various configuration. The space derive from the simple connection with straight lines of to point of different curves.

instant installation


61 non linear solution exhibition at gsapp studio-x

Different type of body movement in the space

Different type of interaction between users (to see each other)

Participate Project Design Installation Image Development Presentation Vedio


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Visual Study

Project Work Flow

Work subway data

APPROACHING CONVERGENCE SUBSTYLE

arriving time

workshop in architectral parametric design Instructor: Biayana Bogosian Reserch Co.: Stiven Garcria TA: Bo Liu

deliver information

Partners: Bia Lee, Johnny Chan, Yue Zhou Software: Rhino Grasshopper Photoshop After effect

Statement We are emphasizing subway, as it is part of the urban context it should interact with the people. The purpose of our project is to deliver the information regrading the train is delivered to those above the ground before they enter the metro station.

Approaching Convergence The architect—as mediator between immaterial and material, human and technology—has always operated across a multitude of domains at once, and with an array of strategies at hand. The digital age has only accelerated the multiplicity; each novel tool introduced to the architect’s toolbox has struck a new vector of architectural narration, and with it opened further possibilities of conveyance of concept and method. With the advent of the performance-based paradigm, however, a reliance upon the perceived purity of data-driven results has emerged, clouding the once-explicit role of the designer in process. Parametric design is commonly perceived to be the objective end result of a software’s processing of predetermined databases through complex algorithms, compelling experiments to act within their computational capabilities. Often overlooked, however, are the incapability of embedded presuppositions in software and subjective determinations of fitness objectives that ultimately drive the construction and determination of the system. Architects have indeed acknowledged these challenges as limitations of performative design, and along the way ambitions have shifted to the study of generative and non-linear potentials. As a result, exploiting control over the efficiency, fluidity and substantive analyses of the parametric system in order to close the gap in the exchange of information—and thus championing a re-insertion of the designer into process—has remained largely unexplored.


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approaching convergence substyle

The term convergence in mathematics refers to the idea that certain functions and algorithmic relationships approach a limit when arriving at certain conditions. In evolutionary computing, the term refers to the tendency of a tested population to reach stabilization over time. This course, however, propose that a convergence of interpretational toolsets holds the potential to unlock an even deeper exploration of the designer’s agenda. At this conflux of methodologies, where the distance between generation and evaluation substantively compresses, dexterity across multiple digital platforms amplifies the designer’s ability to both explore options across an expanding design-space and achieve depth and speed of analysis. The agile designer must traverse a broad spectrum of generation, testing, and evaluation methodologies in orchestrating the complex collaborations of the process of design. Imagine if we could reach our machines to think the same!


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Times and Opening As Grasshopper is currently a software in beta form, a primary intent of this course is to make a significant contribution to the current efforts of an ever-growing community of users, through the creation and development of an online catalogue and forum devoted specifically to the topic of automated workflow strategies. Fueled by several modes of internal collaboration, we will work systematically to develop a diverse library of customized tools in and ultimately for an open-source environment. The schedule will incorporate laboratory sessions specific to this collaborative goal. Tools and components collaboratively developed in Grasshopper will merge to generate complex super-operations, comprising a collective virtual workshop. Students will construct mechanisms within Grasshopper to gain real-time access to operations and plug-in functionalistic of Rhino beyond the standard Grasshopper toolset.

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PROFESSIONAL WORK


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skylark town center

Professional Work

SKYLARK TOWN CENTER sketch design for 5th Avenue Development corporation by Act LAB Software: Archi CAD Photoshop Illustrator InDesign

Commercial centers in the Philippines are “centers” for social activity -an important infrastructure for gathering, leisure and business. Located at the highest point of Busay, Cebu, this town center will become a place where public space and commercial establishments meet. The Skylark Town center is designed as a “street” that negotiates the steep slopes of the site, allowing people to promenade and enjoy the amazing views the site has to offer. Restaurants, Retail, Spa and Community program “plug” into the spiral street. Restaurants all have indoor and outdoor dining facilities -allowing social activities to spill into communal areas, creating an active landscape.


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the “street” with public, leisure and commercial program to plug into. the dev’t as an extension of the landscape.

Parking Sacred Space | Multi-function Hall

Hotel

Community Hall | Library Spa Parking Public Space | Continuous Landscap Bar + Restaurants on the Rooftop Gym Retail + Restaurants on Level -1 & 01

Parking

}

{

the prime mixed-use development with the best views of the city and high quality design and finish.

}

{

the pedestrian “street” [public] as an extension of commercial [private] for social activities and intersections to occur.

}


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skylark town center

Level 02 | connects to upper street

Level 01 | between two levels

Commercial and Public program are distributed along and activate the spiral street

Level -1 | connects to lower street


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Scared Space | Multi-function Hall Hotel Community Hall | Library Spa Open Area Commercial { Retail | Restaurant | Bar }


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Level-1

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Level 1

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Roof Plan


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Commercial Rental Programs

1

2

Sacred Space | Multi-function Hall 405m2

3

Hotel 1800-2700m2

Community Hall | Library 144m2

4

Spa 388m2

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7

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9

L02 Rooftop Bar 144m2 L01 Restaurant | Retail 244m2

L01 Restaurant 162m2

L02 Rooftop Bar 120m2 L01 Restaurant 60m2

Level 01 Kiosk | Coffee 36m2

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Level -1 Restaurant | Retail 162m2

Level 02 Rooftop Bar 130m2 Level 01 Restaurant | Retail 130m2 Level -1 Cafe | Retail 160m2

Level 01 Cafe 60m2 Level 02 Restaurant 162m2

Level -1 Retail 162m2

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Level -1 Kiosk | Coffee 18m2

Level 01 Cafe 150m2 Level -1 Restaurant 218m2

Level -1 Gallery + Retail 182m2

Level 02 Retail + Gym 288m2 Level 01 Gym 288m2 Level -1 Retail 288m2


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View of the continuous landscape roof from the Gym Entrance | Juice Bar

Material Selection | from right to left 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

concrete light stone white rendered walls screens textured concrete dark stone landscape roof timber glass


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Professional Work

6TH FLOOR ENTRANCE APT 6C 28'-9 3/4"

2'-9 7/16"

2'-9 11/16"

4'-9 5/16"

2'-11 7/8"

2'-3 1/2"

EXT. CLOSET

inside to remain I

REMOVE EXISTING WOOD FLOOR & REPLACE BY NEW WOOD FLOOR

REMOVE & REPLACE SLIDING DOORS REMOVE EXT. CLOSET

EXISTING RADIATOR TO REMAIN

sd

EXISTING DOOR TO REMAIN

6'-0"

2'-7 7/16"

EXT. CLOSET

LIVING ROOM

3'-5 3/8"

2'-7 5/8"

FIRE STAIR EXISTING WINDOW TO REMAIN

SOFFIT HT. 7'-4

CEILING HEIGHT - 8'1-9/16"

EXISTING WINDOW TO REMAIN

1'-11 1/2"

MASTER BEDROOM CEILING HEIGHT - 8' 6-1/4" REMOVE EXT. CLOSET

LINE OF EXISTING WOOD FLOOR TO BE REMOVED & REPLACED

REMOVE EXISTING CARPET REPLACE BY WOOD FLOOR

13'-3 5/8"

DW

Software: Auto CAD Vectorworks

KITCHEN

CEILING HEIGHT - 8' 6"

CEILING HEIGHT - 8' 5-3/4"

REF

EXISTING RADIATOR TO REMAIN

EXISTING RADIATOR TO REMAIN

EXISTING WINDOW TO REMAIN 3'-10 1/4"

3'-8"

MICROWAVE OPENING

WINE REF

DINING AREA

6'-10 1/2"

LINE OF EXISTING TILE FLOOR TO BE REMOVED & REPLACED BY WOOD FLOOR

3'-0 15/16"

2'-7 11/16"

NYC east 38th street apartment renovation @ victoria benatar architect

EXISTING WINDOW TO REMAIN

3'-5 1/4"

20'-1 7/8"

BRYKMAN RESIDENCE

5 7/8"

2'-10"

2'-9 1/2"

1'-6 3/4"

23'-11 1/8"

EXISTING WINDOW TO REMAIN

2'-7 5/8"

5'-3 1/16"

2'-7 5/8"

EXISTING WINDOW TO REMAIN

EXISTING WINDOW TO REMAIN

4'-0 3/4"

5'-1 7/16"

18'-8 1/4"

4'-8 1/2"

9'-9"

Existing Floor Plan

28'-9 3/4"

6TH FLOOR ENTRANCE APT 6C

ENTRY FOYER

2'-9 1/2" EXT. CLOSET

NEW WOOD FLOOR

2'-11 7/8"

EXISTING WINDOWS TO REMAIN

LIVING ROOM

NEW LINEN CLOSET

NEW SLIDING DOORS INTERIOR TO REMAIN WINE REF

EXISTING RADIATOR

20'-1 7/8"

EXT. CLOSET EXISTING DOOR

I EXISTING WINDOWS TO REMAIN

11'-4 7/8"

EXISTING DOOR

sd EXISTING DOOR

2'-8"

DW NEW DOOR

REPLACED LAV

BATH

MASTER BEDROOM

13'-3 5/8"

NEW SLIDING DOORS

NEW STUDY 8'-5"

NEW WOOD FLOOR REPLACED TOILET

CURB h=4"

REF

MICROWAVE OPENING

4"

REPLACED RANGE NEW DOOR

2'-8 1/2"

EXISTING WINDOW TO REMAIN

8'-5"

REPLACED SINK

NEW KITCHEN

NEW SHOWER

EXISTING RADIATOR

EXISTING WINDOW TO REMAIN

EXISTING WINDOW TO REMAIN

11'-0"

EXISTING RADIATOR

EXISTING WINDOW TO REMAIN

EXISTING WINDOW TO REMAIN

4'-8 1/2"

9'-9"

7'-0 1/2"

18'-5 1/4"

Proposal Floor Plan


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Plumbing Diagrams :

Typical ADA Compliant Fixture DMS :

36 min 16-18

EXISTING VENT & SANITARY STACKS

18 min

36 min 16-18

1 1/2"

18 min

LAV.

12

48 min

EXISTING GAS METER

48 min BACK WALL

CLEAR FLOOR SPACE AT BATH

EXISTING KITCHEN APT 6C

SIDE WALL

REINFORCED AREAS FOR GRAB BARS AT BATH

36 BACK

6 min

relocate replace S DW

48 min SIDE WALL

2" EXISTING GAS RISER

SHOWER CLEARANCES(36x36)

EXISTING GAS METER

BACK

CONTROL WALL

REINFORCED AREAS FOR GRAB BARS AT SHOWER STALL

17 min

PROPOSED KITCHEN APT 6C

19 max

36 min

30 min

27 min

49 max

29 min

48 min

48 min

1 1/2"

60 min

24 max

32 min

1'=1/4"

CLEAR FLOOR SPACE

24 max

9 min

remove existing BATHTUB replace new SHOWER

replace LAV

4"

FRONT OF FEAR ENTRY

32 min

MANEUVERING CLEARANCES AT SPACE

ADJCENT CABINET, WALL OR SIDE PANEL

PROPOSED BATHROOM APT 6C

NOTE: FIELD CUT BASE OF STANDERD CABINET TO ACOUNT FOR THICKNESS O F FLOOR MATERIAL CONTIUNING UNDER CABINET

ADJCENT CABINET, WALL OR SIDE PANEL

Legend :

TO BE REMOVED

S

SINK

6 max

TOE CLEARANCE

CLEARANCE

48 min

17 min

CAULKED COUNTERTOP JOINT W/ DEMOUNTABLE FASTENERS

LAVATORY

8 min KNEE LAVATORY DEPTH

2"

EXISTING RISER EXISTING VENT

LAV

SIDE ENTRY

36 min

WC

2"

TOILET

48 max

RANGE

2"

WC

6 min

32 max

4 max

36 min

1" replace

CONTROL AREA

32 max

EXISTING VENT & SANITARY STACKS 1 1/2"

36 min

SIDE WALL

CONTROL WALL

18 max

CLEAR FLOOR SPACE AND CLEARANCES AT LAVATORY

FIELD APPLY SIDE EDGING OR SPLASH AS REQUIRED

REMOVE COUNTER TOP FROM STANDARD CABINET AND RE-INSTALL ON LEDGER FRAME AT ADJUSTED HEIGHT

FIELD INSTALL NEW SIDE AND REAR LEDGER STRIPS AND FRONT SPRON BOARD

REMOVE AND STORE STANDARD BASE CABINET

NOTE: IN ORDER TO AVOID A RESULTING SEAM IN THE ADJUSTABLE OR REPLACEABLE COUNTERTOP, THE COUNTER TOP MAY BE INSTALLED AS A SINGLE INTACT UNIT. THE EWQIRED ADAPTABLE SEGMENT MAY BE CUT AT THE SITE, REFINISHED WHEN NECESSARY, AND SET TO THE CORRECT HEIGHT WHEN CONVERTING THE KITCHEN TO AUSABLE UNIT.

KITCHEN COUNTERTOP ADAPTABILITY

38 min

TOILET PAPER

32 max

CLEAR FLOOR SPACE

19 min

CLEAR FLOOR SPACE

2" EXISTING GAS RISER

38 min

DW

2"

42 min

12 min

32 max

RANGE

S

12 min

LAV. 56 min

1"


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Interior Liner Closet :

Detail Drawings :

FINISH WALL

LINE OF WALL

NEW LINEN W/ ASJUSTABLE SHELVES

CONCRETE SLAB WOOD FLOOR LATICRETE 9235 ATERPROOF MEMBRANE CONTINUE 6" UP SIDE OF WALL THOUGHOUT

1 \" THICK SET W/ REONFORCED MESH

LATICRETE 4237 LATEX THIN SET MORTAR ADDITIVE WITH LATIRETE 211 CRETE FOLLAR POWDER OR LATICRETE 3701 MORTAR AND GROUT ADMIXTURE WITH LATICRETE FLOOR & WALL THINSET

6"

BOND COAT WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE AS REQ'D THROUGHOUT IN BATHROOM

6"

TILE, BRICK, PAVERS OR STONE

1" THICK CLOSED CELL POLYETHYLENE UNDERLAYMENT FOR SOUNDPROOFING

LATAPOXY EPOXY GROUT

EXIST. STRUCTURAL SLAB

WATER & SOUNDPROOF DETAIL

WATERPROOF DETAIL AT BATH

SCALE 1'=1/2"

SCALE 1'=1/2"

UNDERSIDE OF DECK OR SLAB CONTINUOUS ACOUTSTICAL SEALANT METAL RUNNER

1/2" THICK SAFETY GLASS SHOWER ENCLOSURE

UNDERSIDE OF FIN. CEILING

2" O. D. POLISHED CHROME STRAINER & FLAT DRAIN SOLDER DRAIN RING T O SHOWER PAN

STONE THRESHOLD W/BEVELED EDGES

5/8" FIRE RATED GYPSUM BOARD

WATERPROOF LWAD SHOWER PAN WITH LATICRETE - TYPE CONT- WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE BELOW

EXTERIOR GRADE PLYWOOD

METAL LATH MEMBRANE MATAL STUD

TILE FLOOR ON THIN-SET BED

TILE ON MTL. REINFORCED MORTAR BED

2" SOUND ATTENUATION INSULATION

4"

1/4"/FT. SLOPE

Kitchen Section : WEEPS METAL RUNNER CONTINUOUS ACOUTSTICAL SEALANT T.O SLAB

1'-0 1/2" SHOWER CURB DETAIL AT BATH

WALL PARTITION DETAIL

SCALE 1'=1"

SCALE 1'=2"

Typical Mounting Location :

VOID

SCALE 1'=1/4"

3 1/2"

under cabinet light

LINE OF EXISTING WINDOW SOFFIT

backsplash 4"x 8" tiles (4 full rows) LEDGE

4'-6"

CL

6'-0"

THERMOSTATS, INTERCOM, ECT. GANG SWITCHES TOGETHER

use german self closing slides

3'-2"

6"

WHERE BASE OCCURS, CENTER OUTLETS HORIZ. IN BASE WHERER NO BASE, OUTLETS TO BE 1'-3" A. F.F. AND ORIENTED VERTICALLY. FINISH FLOOR DOOR HARDWARE

4"

WOOD BASE

5 3/4"

5"

4 3/4"

8'-0"

CL

space for plumbing

10'-0"

DOOR & TRIM

1' 4"

2"

LINE OF NEW & CABINETRY WINDOW SOFFIT WALL SCONCES

5"


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Elevation Liner Closet | Bathroom :

Elevation Master Bedroom | Bathroom Window :

metal edge to end tile glass door

Wall tiles yacarta blanco PORCELANOSA 12" x 8" inside shower only use around window

Wall tiles yacarta blanco PORCELANOSA 12" x 35" 9 tiles on each wall

CURTANT CENTER THE WALL 2"

new recessed Robern medicine cabinet w/ light above

new linen closets & doors

painted wall semigloss finish

3'-11 7/16"

1'-1 3/4"

2"

2'-6"

3'-4 11/16"

EQ

space for shelving by others

2'-11 1/4"

INTRUCTION MUST FOLLOW MANUFACTUREY INSTRUCTION

RADIATOR

new vanity, w/ quartz countertop & use base board tile to faucet (by others) new kohler SAILLE toilette create curb 23" x 4" FOSIL Floor 12" x 24"

ABLE DRAWER W ORAGE BELLOW

OPEN SHELVES FOR TV EQUIPMENT

FOSIL 12" x 24" inside shower floor only

Kitchen Elevation :

re-use existing microwave 36"x15.5"x16"

1" panel

6"

1'-4"

8'-5 3/4"

3'-5 7/8"

upper doors with glass

4"x8" antiqued mirror backsplash

undercabinet lights 2'-6" outlet GFI

7 1/4"

re-use existing faucet

outlet GFI

2'-10 3/4"

Sponge Accesory

4"x1/2" BASE re-use existing 24" WINE COOLER

Re-Use existing 18" DISHWASHER

InstallPull Out Recycle Bin Under the Sink

Summit Pro.24" 2.7cu. ft. Slide-in Gas Range

re-use existing REFRIGERATOR 24"x25"x72"


IRIS WANG Columbia University MSAAD, GSAPP 2013


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Architecture Tours

GSAPP Kinne trip, Apr 2013 Rio-remix, Acenida Brasil; Rio de Janeiro; São Paulo Venice Biennale Architettura, Dec 2011 Venice, Lausanne, Bern, Luxembourg; Vitra campus; Paul Klee museum; Rolex learning center; Center Pompidou-Metz Homeland Architectures & graduate schools assessment, Jul 2010 LA, NYC, Chicago, Boston; Disney concert hall; Glass house; Falling Water; New museum; Prada, SOHO; Millennium Park; McCormick Tribune center trip of new century art museum, Apr 2009 21 century museum of contemporary art; Kyoto, Osaka, Kanazawa trip of urban design in London, Feb 2009 Millennium Bridge and TATE modern museum, the project of jubilee line, South Bank Center apartments combine with café and Design museum historic cities with new attractions, Sep 2008 Kyoto, Osaka, Nagoya; Church of the light, Museum Meijimura cherry blossoms & Tokyo Midtown, Apr 2008 City seasonal attraction, high degree integration of working and leisure Hello! Le Corbusier, Aug 2007 Follow Le Corbusier’s footsteps in France: Le Chapelle de Ronchamp, Villa Savoye, L’Unite D’Habitation de Marseille, Couvent de La Tourette urban renaissance in Tokyo City, Jan 2007 Tokyo Station Area multifunctional OAZO building Omotesando hills street shops co-existing with urban landscape emerging cities in new China, Jul 2006 small alleys on hills, skywalk linking high-risers: Hong Kong stone gate, Shikumen style, Long-Tang alleys: Shanghai revival of Quadrangle, Alley-Hutong: Beijing my first Architecture travel, Nov, 2005 Times I & II, Garden of fine Arts by Ando; MIHO museum by I. M. Pei cultural tour of historical cities, Aug 2005 Milan, Venice, Florence, Pompeii, Rome; Pantheon, Colosseum, Basilica di San Marco, Santa Maria del Fiore, the Uffizi, Vatican


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Academic Studio Works Hudson River Estuarium | park of performance anchorages Knowledge City | active porosity Rio Remix Acenida Brasil | city tarmac Visual Study Works Encoded Matter | webspin-ner Imaging Urtra-Real | farnsworth house Instant Installation | studio-X exhibition Approaching Convergence | substyle Professional Works Skylark Town Center | sketch design Brykman Residence | architectural interior

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