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JACQUI AIELLO PORTFOLIO


JACQUI.AIELLO @ GMAIL.COM 1.510.789.8801 UC BERKELEY B.A. ARCHITECTURE AND FRENCH SUSTAINABLE DESIGN MINOR

GLOBAL ARCHITECTURE BRIGADES CO-PRESIDENT | 2014

CONDUCTED WEEKLY DESIGN AND BRIGADE PREPARATION MEETINGS

PARTICIPATED IN TWO ARCHITECTURE BRIGADES AND ONE PUBLIC HEALTH BRIGADES

AIAS GRAPHIC DESIGN OFFICER | 2012-2013

DESIGNED PUBLICITY POSTERS FOR MEETINGS AND EVENTS

LEAD FIRM TOURS THROUGHOUT THE BAY AREA

EXPERIENCE EHDD | SUSTAINABILITY INTERN | AUGUST - DECEMBER 2014

MATERIALS RESEARCH FOR LEED V4 COMPATIBILITY

COMPILED AND CREATED EHDD APPROVED LIST OF MATERIAL COMPANIES

KSDG | GRAPHIC DESIGN INTERN | JANUARY - JUNE 2012

DESIGNED AND COMPILED PITCHBOOKS FOR MULTIPLE ONGOING PROJECTS

MORE INFORMATION PROVIDED ON A SEPARATE RESUME


INDEX 03

GOOD FOOD

07

ARCHES, UTAH MUSEM

11

CONCEPTUAL CUT

12

ZERO-NET ENERGY HOUSE

17

SEQUENCE

19

POTRERO HILL LIBRARY

23

UBER GIS DATA

25

BREAKING NEW GROUND

27

RAINWATER HARVESTER

29

PROJECT JUANA


GOODFOOD GOODFOOD IS A MULTI-PURPOSE BUILDING IN THE MISSION DISTRICT OF SAN FRANCISCO DEDICATED TO PROMOTING THE HEALTHY PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION OF FOOD. THE CHALLENGE FOCUSED ON HOW TO INCORPORATE ALL PROGRAMS HARMONIOUSLY WHILE KEEPING THEM SEPARATED. THIS PROJECT HAS A STRONG FOCUS ON SUSTAINABLE DESIGN AND HOW TO CREATE A PASSIVE BUILDING. THIS DESIGN FOCUSES ON A PASSIVE VENTILATION SYSTEM, DAYLIGHTING, AND SUNSHADING TO EMPHASIZE THREE SENSES THROUGHOUT THE DESIGN: SIGHT, SOUND, AND SMELL . THE WOOD BEAM SHADING ACTS AS A SEPARATION BETWEEN PRIVATE AND PUBLIC SPACES ANDTHE PASSIVE VENTILATION SYSTEM INCORPERATES AN OPERABLE FLOOR GRATING SYSTEM TO ALLOW AIR TO PASS THROUGH SPACE VERTICALLY, ALLOWING AN EVEN MORE BLURRED LINE BETWEEN EACH PROGAM.


ARCHES THE INTENT OF THIS PROJECT WAS TO DESIGN A MUSEUM TO RESPOND TO THE CLIMATE AND SPACE IN ARCHES NATIONAL PARK IN UTAH, FOCUSING SPECIFICALLY ON DAYLIGHTING QUALITIES WITH ADDED PASSIVE DESIGN TECHNIQUES. PROGRAMS IN THE MUSEUM INCLUDE SECTIONS THAT EACH HAVE SPECIFIC DAYLIGHTING QUALITY REQUIREMENTS. WE USED CLIMATE CONSULTANT TO ANALYZE THE INITIAL CLIMATE PROPERTIES AND RESPONDED ACCORDINGLY. THIS RESPONSE INCLUDED PLACING ALL WINDOWS AT THE TOP AND BOTTOM EDGES OF THREE WALLS AND AN ANGLED CEILING TO DIRECT SUNLIGHT AND VENTILATION DOWN INTO THE BUILDING, ALLOWING FOR DIFFUSION OF ALL CLIMATE QUALITIES AND MAXIMIZE THE REFLECTANCE OF LIGHT. WE ADDRESSED THE DIURNAL TEMPERATURES THROUGH AN INSULATED ROOF POND WITH A RETRACTABLE ROOF MECHANISM TO KEEP THE INTERIOR COOL IN THE SUMMER AND WARM IN THE WINTER.


NE Elevation

NW Elevation

5.2

SW Elevation

3.6

3.8

4.4

SE Elevation

5.2

4.7

3.5

3.4 0.9 1.3

4.8

4.6 1.4 4.3

4.5

4.4

DAYLIGHTING MEASUREMENTS

4.2

4.7

4.2

4.1

4.9


NORTH EAST GALLERY

DEC 21 9AM

SOUTH EAST GALLERY

DEC 21 3PM

SOUTH WEST GALLERY

MARCH 21 9AM

MARCH 21 3PM

NORTH WEST GALLERY

JUNE 21 9AM

ART SENSITIVE GALLERY

JUNE 21 3PM


76

76

52

52

29

29

0

Northeast

INSULATION DIAGRAM

SUNLIGHT AND INSULATION DIAGRAM

Sou

warm

NATURAL VENTILATION DIAGRAM

cool


CONCEPTUAL CUT THIS WAS AN EXPERIMENT WITH THE CONCEPTUAL CUT IDEA TO PRACTICE THIS FORM OF DIAGRAMING. ITS FOCUS WAS ON LEARNING HOW TO PROPERLY DRAW STRUCTURE WITHIN A SECTION CUT AS WELL AS EXPLAIN A BUILDING’S MAIN DESIGN

CONCEPTS

WITHIN

ONE

CORNER

OF

THE

BUILDING.

MY FOCUS WAS ON THE SUSTAINABLE DESIGN EFFORTS, WHICH INCLUDE PASSIVE VENTILATION AND LIGHT ALONG WITH SUNSHADING METHODS. EACH FLOOR INTEGRATES A WALKABLE, OPERABLE ALUMINUM GRATING SYSTEM WHICH ALLOWS FOR AIR AND SUNSUNLIGHT TO TRAVEL HORIZONALLY AND VERTICALLY THROUGH THE BUILDING. THE SUNSHADING PANELS ARE GOVERNED BY THE WINDOWS, WHICH ARE GOVERNED BY THE ALUMINUM GRATING, AND THE ANGLE OF THE SUNSHADES ARE GOVERNED BY THE PROGRAM AND AND ANGLE OF THE SUN, WHICH ARE EQUIPPED WITH SOLAR PANELS FOR ENERGY PRODUCTION.

OPEN VENTILATION THROUGH FLOORS

CLOSED VENTILATION

PASSIVE VENTILATION AND SHADING SYSTEM


ZERO NET ENERGY I SPENT ONE SUMMER LEARNING THE PROGRAMS CLIMATE CONSULTANT AND ENERGY PLUS THROUGH A ZERO-NET ENERGY BUILDING COURSE. STUDENTS WERE GIVEN A BUILDING AND ASSIGNED TO ANALYZE THE CLIMATE AND EXISTING MODEL, TEST VARIOUS METHODS, AND RETROFIT THE MODEL FOR BETTER ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND SUSTAINABLE ENERGY PRODUCTION. MY PARTNER AND I WERE ASSIGNED A SINGLE-FAMILY HOME ON THE EAST COAST, WHERE WE EXPERIMENTED WITH WALL INSULATION, WINDOW CONFIGURATION, MACHINE EFFICIENCY, AND ENERGY CONSUMER HABITS TO ACHIEVE A ZERO-NET ENERGY DESIGN.

ACHIEVING ZERO NET ENERGY IS DONE IN TWO STEPS. FIRST, MINIMIZING EXISTING ENERGY USE IN THE BUILDING THROUGH IMPROVEMENTS IN THE BUILDING ENVELOPE AND INTERNAL LOADS. SECOND, BY USING RENEWABLES TO PROVIDE THE REMAINING ENERGY COST OF THE HOUSE. OUR ANALYSIS AND TESTING PROVIDED POSITIVE RESULTS AND WE ACHIEVED AN ANNUAL NET GAIN OF ENERGY THROUGH SOLAR AND WIND POWER.


Prevailing Winds

Prevailing Winds

W ind Fre q ue nc y (H rs )

W ind Fre q ue nc y (H rs )

Psychrometric Chart

Location: TRENTON MERCER COUNTY AP, Unknown (40.3°, -74.8°)

Location: TRENTON MERCER COUNTY AP, Unknown (40.3°, -74.8°)

AH

Location: TRENTON MERCER COUNTY AP, Unknown

Data Points: 1st January to 31st December Weekday Times: 00:00-24:00 Hrs Weekend Times: 00:00-24:00 Hrs Barometric Pressure: 101.36 kPa

Date: 1st March - 31st May Time: 00:00 - 24:00

Date: 1st December - 28th February Time: 00:00 - 24:00

© W e a th e r T o o l

© W e a th e r T o o l

345°

NORTH

50 km/h

hrs

15°

345°

NORTH

50 km/h

hrs

15°

74+

75+ 330°

30°

315°

52

45°

51

45°

44 29

30 60°

300°

22

60°

22 14

20 km/h

15

20 km/h

37

30 km/h

37

300°

66 59

315°

45

30 km/h

30

30°

40 km/h

60

40 km/h

© W e a th e r T o o l

330°

67

<7

<7 285°

285°

75°

75°

10 km/h

10 km/h

SELECT ED DESIGN T ECHNIQUES: 1. passive solar heating 2. thermal mass effects 3. natural ventilation

WEST

EAST

255°

WEST

EAST

255°

105°

105°

25 240°

225°

120°

210°

150° 195°

SOUTH

135°

225°

135°

210°

20

240°

120°

150° 195°

165°

Winter Wind Direction

SOUTH

165°

Spring Wind Direction

Prevailing Winds

Prevailing Winds

W ind Fre q ue nc y (H rs )

W ind Fre q ue nc y (H rs )

Location: TRENTON MERCER COUNTY AP, Unknown (40.3°, -74.8°)

Location: TRENTON MERCER COUNTY AP, Unknown (40.3°, -74.8°)

Date: 1st June - 31st August Time: 00:00 - 24:00

Date: 1st September - 30th November Time: 00:00 - 24:00

© W e a th e r T o o l

© W e a th e r T o o l

15 345°

NORTH

50 km/h

hrs

15°

345°

102+ 330°

30°

315°

45°

30°

10

10 km/h

EAST

105°

255°

Comfort

240°

120°

225°

135°

210°

150° 195°

DBT(°C)

5

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

SOUTH

26 17

20 km/h

<8 75°

285°

10 km/h

WEST

5

34 60°

<10 75°

43

300°

20

285°

52

30 km/h

30

20 km/h

60

45°

40 60°

78 69

315°

61 51

300°

hrs

15°

40 km/h

71

30 km/h

50 km/h

330°

81

40 km/h

NORTH

87+

91

165°

Summer Wind Direction

EAST

WEST

105°

255°

240°

120°

135°

225°

150°

210° 195°

SOUTH

165°

Autumn Wind Direction


PV On‐Site Energy Generation  7,000

PV2 (Wh)

6,000

PV1 (Wh) PV3 (Wh)

Energy (Wh)

5,000  4,000  3,000  2,000  1,000  ‐ J

F

M

A

M

J

J

A

S

O

N

D

Wind On‐Site Energy Generation  5,000  4,500  4,000 Energy (Wh)

3,500  3,000  2,500

Endurance (Wh)

2,000

Windspire (Wh)

1,500  1,000  500  ‐ J

F

M

A

M

J

J

A

S

O

N

D


ANNUAL ENERGY USE

ENERGY GENERATION AND CONSUMPTION 2‐WEEK RUNNING AVERAGE

25,000

20,000

15,000 PV Total (Wh) Wind Total (Wh) Net Positive

10,000

0

PV Heating Cooling

‐5,000

Lighting Equipment

‐10,000

0 0

Wind ENERGY [Wh]

Energy [kW]

5,000

‐500

Heating (Wh) Cooling (Wh)

‐1,000

Lighting (Wh) Equipment (Wh)

‐1,500

‐15,000

‐2,000

‐20,000

‐2,500

‐25,000

‐3,000

Net Negative

‐3,500 J

INFILTRATION BEFORE

AFTER

F

M

A

M

J

J

A

HEATING + COOLING BEFORE

S

O

N

D

AFTER

** THESE ANALYSIS GRAPHS LOOK AS IF NO CHANGES HAVE BEEN MADE, BUT IT IS SIMPLY THAT THE “AFTER” GRAPHS ARE SO DRASTICALLY MINIMIZED THAT USING THE SAME UNITS AS THE “BEFORE” GRAPHS PROVIDE LITTLE DATA BECAUSE THEY WOULD END UP BEING ONE SOLID COLOR.


WINDOW HEAT LOSS + GAIN BEFORE

AFTER

AIR + RADIANT TEMP BEFORE

AFTER


SEQUENCE IN THE PROCESS OF DESIGNING A LIBRARY ON A SITE IN POTRERO HILL, THIS PROJECT FOCUSES ON ANALYSING THE SITE ITSELF AND CREATING AN ARCHITECTURAL SYSTEM BASED ON THAT ANALYSIS. THE STRATEGY EXPLORED IN THIS SEQUENCE IS CREATED BY THE FOLDS - THE PUSH AND PULL - OF EXTERIOR WALLS THROUGHOUT THE PRE-EXISTING SITE. THE STRONGEST FOLDS ARE THOSE WHERE WALLS LINE UP ACROSS THE SITE AND THE DOTTED LINES CREATE THE THIRD CONDITION OF THE SEQUENCE. AS ONE NAVIGATES THROUGH THE SEQUENCE, ONE IS CONFRONTED WITH THE PUSH AND PULL OF THE WALLS, WHICH THEN GOVERN CHANGES IN ELEVATION AND PERSPECTIVE. THIS CREATES A BASE IN WHICH THE LIBRARY WILL THEN BE DESIGNED THROUGH.


PLAN I

PLAN II

F

E

D

C

H

G

F

E

D

C

B

B

SECTION EE

G

A

A

SECTION DD

H

SECTION FF

SECTION HH


POTRERO HILL LIBRARY THE POTRERO HILL LIBRARY IS A CONTINUATION OF THE SEQUENCE PROJECT, IN

WHICH THE CON-

CEPT IN INTEGRATED DIRECTLY INTO THE BUILDING’S DESIGN. IN KEEPING WITH THE SHIFTING CONCEPT OF THE STAIRS AND WALLS SIDE TO SIDE, THE LIBRARY’S WALLS ALSO SHIFT FORWARDS, BACKWARDS, AND VERTICALLY. THESE SHIFTS ARE DETERMINED THROUGH THREE ASPECTS: THE FLOOR, THE BOOKSHELVES, AND LIGHT SHAFTS, WHICH ALSO PROVIDE DAYLIGHTING THROUGHOUT THE DESIGN.

PROGRAMMATION OF THE LIBRARY FURTHER GOVERN THESE SHIFTS, WHICH PLACE THE WALLS, LIGHT SHAFTS, AND BOOKSHELVES ACCORDINGLY. EACH PROGRAM, WHICH INCLUDE CHILDREN’S SECTION, TEEN SECTION, RESEARCH, AND MORE, ARE PLACED ON A DIFFERENT FLOOR. THESE FLOORS CAN BE AN ENTIRE STORY-SHIFT OR SIMPLY THREE STAIRS. THE PLACEMENT OF THE PROGRAMS IN RELATION TO EACH OTHER CREATE A DYAMIC CONVERSATION BETWEEN PROGRAM USE, PRIVACY, AND PUBLICITY, WHICH ARE ALSO DETERMINED THROUGH THE LIGHT AND SOUND PERMEATED BY THE LIGHT SHAFTS.


AA

BB

CC


DD

EE


U B E R O P T I M A L L O C AT I O N S

THIS WAS THE FINAL PROJECT FOR MY GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS COURSE, WHERE WE HAD TO CREATE A PROBLEM AND FIND A SOLUTION USING ALL MODEL METHODS WE HAD LEARNED THROUGHOUT THE COURSE. MY PARTNERS AND I DECIDED TO TACKLE A PROBLEM WITHIN THE MODERN INDUSTRY OF PERSONAL TAXIS: LIMITING THE AMOUNT OF DRIVING DURING RUSH HOURS BY PROVIDING UBER DRIBERS WITH HOTSPOTS TO PARK AT FOR OPTIMAL PICK-UP LOCATIONS. THESE HOTSPOTS WOULD MINIMIZE THE WAIT TIME FOR UBER CUSTOMERS AND MINIMIZE GASOLINE CONSUMPTION FOR UBER DRIVERS, MAKING UBER A MORE EFFICIENT AND SUSTAINABLE SYSTEM


OPPORTUNITIES LAYER OPPORTUNITY CAMPUS 10M BUFFER TO UC BOUNDARY BARS 1 MIN. DRIVE TO BARS BART 500 M BUFFER TO BART SPEED 20 FT BUFFER SPEED > 25MPH

WEIGHT 1 2 1 1

CONSTRAINTS LAYER OPPORTUNITY WEIGHT CENSUS 500FT BUFFER OVER 65_DEN > 5000 -1 CRIME 500FT BUFFER SEVERE CRIMES -1 CENSUS 20FT BUFFER POP_DEN < 5885 -1 SLOPE GREATER THAN 25 DEGREES -1


BREAKING NEW GROUND BREAKING NEW GROUND WAS AN INTERNATIONAL DESIGN COMPETITION ADDRESSING THE URGENT AFFORDABLE HOUSING NEEDS FOR FARMWORKERS IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY. THE GOAL WAS TO UPLIFT THE COMMUNITIES THROUGH COMPELLING ARCHITECTURE, AFFORDABILITY, AND SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSNTAINABILITY. ALTHOUGH THE COMPETITION WAS NEVER OPENED, WE WERE GIVEN A SITE AND DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION, SO WE MADE OUR OWN PROGRAM SPECIFICATIONS AND LIMITATIONS. WE WERE INSPIRED BY OTHER MIGRANT COMMUNITIES IN HARSH CLIMATE CONDITIONS TO USE TRUCK BEDS FOR MOST CONSTRUCTION. THROUGH THIS, WE CREATED TWO SEPARATE HOUSING STRUCTURES: ONE FOR PERMANENT RESIDENTS AND ONE FOR SEASONAL. WE PLACED ALL HOUSING ON THE EDGES OF THE SITE TO MAXIMIZE PUBLIC SPACE IN THE CENTER, ALLOWING FOR LARGE COMMUNITY GATHERINGS AND SPACE FOR A GROCERY STORE, HEALTH CARE CENTER, JOB CENTER, DAY CARE CENTER, AND OTHER VITAL NEEDS THAT ARE OTHERWISE MISSING IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY REGION.


SECOND AND THIRD FLOOR | 1’ = 1/8”

FIRST FLOOR | 1’ = 1/8”


R A I N WAT E R H A RV E S T E R GLOBAL ARCHITECTURE BRIGADES IS A NON-PROFIT STUDENT-RUN ORGANIZATION THAT FOCUSES ON BRINGING SOCIALLY AND ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION TO IMPOVERISHED COMMUNITIES OF HONDURAS. THIS

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DESIGN WAS FOR A MINI COMPETITION TO CREATE A RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEM TO WATER THE COMMUNITY GARDEN IN SANTA ROSA. WE WERE GIVEN SPECIFIC GUILDLINES AND MATERIALS AVAILABLE. OUR DESIGN WON THE COMPETI-

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TION AND WE WERE ABLE TO GO DOWN TO HONDURAS AND BEGIN BUILDING IT OURSELVES.

OUR DESIGN IS A SYSTEM OF SIMPLICITY AND EFFICIENCY. FOR THE BEST COLLECTION OF CLEAN WATER, WE DEVEL-

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OPED A WAY TO FILTER WATER WITH LOW MAINTENANCE AND DURABILITY. THE FIRST FLUSH DIVERTERS PROVIDE FILTER TECHNOLOGY TO THE SITE THAT WILL GET RID OF DEBRIS SO WATER WILL BE CLEAN FOR PERSONAL AND GARDEN USE IMMEDIATELY WHEN IT REACHES THE STORAGE TANK. WE ALSO PROVIDE TWO STORANGE TANKS TO ALLOW MORE ROOM FOR WATER COLLECTION AND EASY ACCESS TO WATER FOR THE GARDEN AND BATHROOMS. WITH THESE INNOVATIONS AND MORE, WE CREATED A WAY FOR THE COMMUNITY TO HARVEST THE RESOURCES THAT NATURE PROVIDES AND STORE IT FOR FUTURE USE.

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ca lle en el canal para ascentar la tierra|

Cuando se llena el canal,agua limpia corre hacia al tanke|

First ush of contaminated water is diverted into chamber

1",")"'"2"%""From gutters

Puente para el agua| water bridge

Cuando se llena el canal, agua limpia corre al puente| When the water lls, clean water enters the bridge

Canal para agua suicia de la primera lluv铆a| First ush diverter

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Nivel de agua cierra el canal|

Canal con agua sucia|

Tapa |

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El agua entra del canal

tanke de agua | Storage Tank

s i s t e m a d e g o t e r a | gutter system Secci贸n

r e f u e r z o | angle

>

4m

Plano

p i p a d e p v c | pvc piping Las tapas de metal corrugado se deslizan hacia el lado para el acceso al agua Corrugated metal lids slide for water access


PROJECT JUANA OUR TEAM VISITED AN ELDERLY WOMAN LIVING IN AN ISOLATED HOME IN HONDURAS, WHO’S HOUSE WAS FALLING APART. SHE IS VERY ATTACHED TO THE HOUSE BECAUSE HER DECEASED HUSBAND BUILT IT, BUT THE ROOF WAS IN DECAY, THERE WAS VERY LITTLE VENTILATION IN THE KITCHEN, AND HER HOME WAS NOT ADA ACCESSIBLE. WE WORKED WITH GLOBAL ARCHITECTURE BRIGADES TO DESIGN PASSIVE AND RESILIENT RENOVATIONS WHILE MAINTAINING THE EXISTING STRUCTURE OF THE HOME.

WE DESIGNED A TRUSS SYTEM AND CORREGATED METAL ROOF STRUCTURE TO LIE BENEATH THE EXISTING ROOF, WHICH PROVIDED MORE PROTECTION FROM OUTSIDE ELEMENTS AND PREVENTED THE DECAYING ROOF FROM COLLAPSING INTO THE HOME. GLOBAL BRIGADES ALREADY HAS A SUSTAINABLE DESIGN TO PROVIDE VENTILATION INTO THE KITCHEN, SO WE SIMPLY IMPLEMENTED THAT DESIGN. WE THEN DESIGNED AN ADA ACCESSIBLE RAMP SO THAT JUANA CAN MORE EASILY WALK FROM HER HOME TO THE GARDEN. AS A BONUS, WE DESIGNED A RAINWATER COLLECTOR AND GARDEN TO ALLOW JUANA TO PRESERVE HER GARDEN SUSTAINABLY AND EFFICIENTLY.

RENDERS DONE WITH GAB PEERS


EXISTING ROOF

CORRIGATED METAL ROOF

TRUSS SYSTEM

NORTH ELEVATION

HOUSE


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Aiello Portfolio  

Full undergraduate architecture portfolio from UC Berkeley's B.A. in Architecture program. Work dated from 2013-2015

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Full undergraduate architecture portfolio from UC Berkeley's B.A. in Architecture program. Work dated from 2013-2015

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