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Allowed FAR: 3.33 Proposed FAR: 3.11 Total Floor Area: 165,344 sq ft

Total Open Space: 27,774 sq ft

Allowed FAR: 3.33 Proposed FAR: 3.11

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Total Floor Area: 165,344 sq ft

Recquired OSR: 20.0% Proposed OSR: 52.4%

Recquired OSR: 20.0% Proposed OSR: 52.4% Total Open Space: 27,774 sq ft

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

n-s section AA

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north elevation

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

podium level plan (elev. +5’-0”) PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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RED HOOK HOUSE

work pavillion

Duration 4 months

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with Eli Meltzer and Dong Bang Year 2013

Programs Rhino 4, AutoCad 2013, Maxwell, Photoshop CS5, Illustrator CS5 first apartment level

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The program for Red Hook House calls for a reconsideration of the LIVE/WORK model, as it pertains to the evolving industrial neighborhood of Red Hook, Brooklyn. Our proposal for the Red Hook House materializes the LIVE/WORK encounter as one organism, a community of creative individuals, with three towers of high-density microapartment living surrounding a shared work and light-fabrication pavilion. Built almost entirely with cutting-edge sustainable engineered wood products, the Red Hook House rises above the flood plain in this coastal neighborhood, damaged in Hurricane Sandy but resiliently back on its feet, to take its place among the most rapidly changing urban enclaves of Brooklyn. Shared communal spaces throughout the building, and a loading dock that doubles as an outdoor event space, add to the character of the project, which brings to light the tectonic and spacial possibilities of this exciting new construction technology. Work Samples | Jacquelyn Haas

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UN PLAZA

UN PLAZA PARK AND WALKWAY QUEENS-MIDTOWN TUNNEL AND VENT SITE

FDR HIGHWAY EAST RIVER WATERFRONT

WATERFRON

TOWER

PARKSPACE

STREETS

HORIZONTAL

TUNNEL AND

PLANE - LAN

DSCAPE

VERTICAL PLANE - TOWER

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HIGHWAY SIDEWALK

VENT

UN Skyscraper

with Erica Claustro and Maya Itenberg Year 2012 Duration 3 months Programs Rhino 4, Grasshopper r1.2, Maxwell, Photoshop CS5, Illustrator CS5

As architects create increasingly tall skyscrapers with today’s technology, it is sometimes inevitable that they are perceived as isolated islands within the urban context. This project attemps to redefine the relationship between skyscaper and the immediate urban context by connecting the vertical to the horizontal. Connections are made between the main tower and the tunnel by way of the tunnel ventilation shaft, the tower to the waterfront and the UN Plaza by walkways designated for visitors and delegates. A connection is also made to the UN garage with an above grade car tunnel.

Work Samples | Jacquelyn Haas


Roof Plan

scale 1/16” = 1’

North

Prince St.

Spring St.

Sullivan St.

Thompson St.

Site Plan

Boys + Girls Club Soho

Glass Window Planting Medium Filter Blanket Drainage Medium Concrete Protective Slab Waterproof Membrane Planting Medium Filter Blanket Drainage Medium Concrete Protective Slab Insulation Board Waterproof Membrane Structural Slab

Enlarged Section

Scale 1/4” = 1’

Year 2011 Duration 6 weeks Programs Rhino 4, Sketchup, Photoshop CS5, Illustrator CS5

This project is a proposal for a new Boys + Girls Club in Soho, New York City. It is currently the site of a neighborhood park and playground. The concept behind this design is the idea of terraced blocks emerging out of the ground, in order to extend the park over the structure as much as possible. This park is really an amenity to this neighborhood, and I thought it was important to preserve the green space as much as possible. Work Samples | Jacquelyn Haas


Jacquelyn Haas Work Samples