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design-build parsons design workshop 2011-12

m.arch thesis bk local market and transit makers market / red hook transit hub mixed use / residential brooklyn bridge park proposal live/work townhouse / highbridge housing analysis and transformation union square pavilion / sara d roosevelt park representation / analysis holzman moss architecture libraries and student centers: university of missouri university of central florida theaters / historic preservation george mason university pac colonial theatre ltl architects / nyc parks coney island steeplechase pier re-build


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The degeneration of the industrial urban edge of New York City has left large latent landscapes fertile for new meaning and purpose. My thesis reconsiders the South Brooklyn Marine Terminal in Sunset Park, Brooklyn as a nexus for contemporary local production and public engagment. A successful intervention must consider the problematic juxtaposition of estimable twentieth century industrial structures with big box retail and merging transportation networks. Likewise it must situate itself to evolve concurrently with surrounding development.

SIMS MUNICIPAL RECYCLING FACILITY BRIGHTFARMS ROOFTOP FARM

INDUSTRY CITY

LIRR FREIGHT TRAIN LINES

GREENWOOD CEMETERY

COSTCO

SUNSET PARK

BK LOCAL TRUCK ROUTES GOWANUS EXPRESSWAY

INDUSTRY CITY COSTCO

BIKE PATH

BK LOCAL SIMS MUNICIPAL RECYCLING

BROOKLYN ARMY TERMINAL

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VENDORS WATER TAXI RAIL BARGE FLOAT

GOWANUS BAY / NEW YORK HARBOR

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SIXPOINT BREWERY RED HOOK LOBSTER POUND STUMPTOWN COFFEE ROASTERS MARGARET PALCA BAKES BROOKLYN ROASTING COMPANY BLUE MARBLE ICE CREAM MAST BROTHERS CHOCOLATES THIRD WARD 718 CYCLERY BROOKLYN LARDER BREUKELEN GIN DISTILLERY AMPLE HILLS CREAMERY WITH LOVE FROM BROOKLYN BAM’S BEEF JERKY KOMBUCHA BROOKLYN SYCAMORE FLOWERS JOMART CHOCOLATES EARTH BODY BALANCE METROPOLIS SOAP CO. TANOREEN

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OTHERS (NOT SHOWN) ANARCHY IN A JAR THE GOOD BATCH BROOKLYN HARD CANDY BROOKLYN CRUISER WHIMSY & SPICE CLAUDIA PEARSON GRANOLA LAB OVENLY SPOONABLE NUNU CHOCOLATES BREWKLYN GRIND KINGS COUNTY JERKY SAUCY BY NATURE KELSO BROOKLYN MORRIS KITCHEN BACON MARMALADE NEW YORK NATURALS

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BK Local will create a public interface, which can celebrate and showcase emerging regional artisans and bring the community closer to the processes by which products are made. An urban market that can expand conditionally as well as host public workshops offers an opportunity for transformation over time by connecting current practices with an evolving Brooklyn community. The urban market will link together with a Brooklyn Bike Kitchen and a ferry terminal stretched at intervals along the 39th Street pier to integrate movement and access, introduce a system of continuity, and propose places for future functions.

BK Local MArch Thesis, Parsons 2012


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roof garden

admin offices / digital media public workshops

men's room

women's room

outdoor cafe seating men's room

women's room

beer garden

shop

ticket booth

culinary incubator

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BK Local MArch Thesis, Parsons 2012


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BK Local MArch Thesis, Parsons 2012


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Splash House is The Design Workshop’s first project in a five-year collaboration between Parsons and NYC’s Parks & Recreation.The design redirects the circulation of pool patons to outdoor changing pavilions and locker rooms, and allows indoor recreation spaces to remain operable year-round.

The Highbridge Pool and Recreation Center became a designated landmark of NYC in 2007. Splash House received unanimous approval at the NYC LPC public hearing on May 17, 2011

Splash House Parsons Design Workshop 2011


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Sliding doors transform the locker rooms to provide additional privacy at pool closing time.

corrugated polycarbonate provides a way to shed rain while letting in daylight

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cement board is and economical and durable material for wall panels

translucent plexi blocks accent the wall facing the park to provide visual intrest and let light inside

Splash House Parsons Design Workshop 2011


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Splash House Parsons Design Workshop 2011


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Makers Market considers the Productive Waterfront : transit, market & culture along the industrial edge of Queens. The conceptual model explores local connections and is made solely from items found at Materials for the Arts, which is located near the site and collects donated supplies for re-use in arts & education.

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MAKER’S MARKET

SOCRATES SCULPTURE PARK GARDENS

Located next to Socrates Sculpture Park and the Noguchi Museum, Makers Market merges horticulture with making, community greenspace with handmade products and art. It reconfigures existing big box retail to compliment rather than conflict with new programs and to provide continuity of flow.

PARKING/ LOADING COSTCO / FOOD COOP

HORT CENTER

RAINEY PARK REDISTRIBUTED: LINEAR WATERFRONT PARK

CARGO SLIP

PERFORMATIVE ROOF SYSTEMS: STORM WATER COLLECTION GREEN ROOFS PHOTOVOLTAICS

PROPOSED SITE INTERVENTION

Makers Market WXY Architecture + Urban Design Studio, Parsons MArch Studio 2010


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The Red Hook Transit Hub plays with the urban edge in Brooklyn where transporation modes meet. The project celebrates movement and activity by connecting to adjacent recreation programs and features a long translucent wall that alludes to an unfolded zoetrope.

Red Hook Transit Hub Andrew Bernheimer Studio, Parsons MArch Studio 2009


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Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier One responds to an RFP for development along the newly public waterfront park adjacent the Brooklyn Bridge. While the proposal includes hotel, condo, and velodrome, this project focuses on the hotel component: transient guests are given views of lower Manhattan, the iconic bridge, and drawn and connected to the Brooklyn promenade.

Sectional study model: landscape creates secondary promenade which connects to the existing promenade and residential Brooklyn Heights.

STRUCTURAL DIAGRAM SCALE: 1/16" = 1'-0"

STRUCTURAL DIAGRAM SCALE: 1/16" = 1'-0"

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CAFE / LOUNGE / LIBRARY LAUNDRY / STORAGE CONFERENCE ROOM

STRUCTURAL DIAGRAM SCALE: 1/16" = 1'-0"

RESIDENTIAL PLAN: LEVELS 2, 4, 6 SCALE: 1/16" = 1'-0"

OFFICE

STRUCTURAL DIAGRAM SCALE: 1/16" = 1'-0"

HOTEL PLAN: LEVELS 2-6 SCALE: 1/16" = 1'-0"

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CONFERENCE ROOM

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LAUNDRY / STORAGE

CAFE / LOUNGE / LIBRARY LAUNDRY / STORAGE RESTAURANT / BAR

RESIDENTIAL PLAN: LEVELS 2, 4, 6 SCALE: 1/16" = 1'-0"

RESIDENTIAL PLAN: LEVELS 1, 3, 5 SCALE: 1/16" = 1'-0"

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HOTEL PLAN: LEVELS 2-6 SCALE: 1/16" = 1'-0"

HOTEL PLAN: LEVEL 1 SCALE: 1/16" = 1'-0"

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RESIDENTIAL PLAN: LEVELS 1, 3, 5 SCALE: 1/16" = 1'-0"

OFFICE

HOTEL PLAN: LEVEL 1 SCALE: 1/16" = 1'-0"

FLOOR PLANS: PROMENADE LEVEL SCALE: 1/16" = 1'-0"

FLOOR PLANS: PROMENADE LEVEL SCALE: 1/16" = 1'-0"

Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier One Hotel + Condo Henry Smith-Miller Studio, Parsons MArch Studio 2011


The Live-Work Townhouse is designed for an artist and writer couple in a Brooklyn neighborhood characterized by Romanesque Revival. Sited on a double-wide corner lot, the house’s main stair functions as an inhabitable tromme wall responding to patterns of natural light, and work spaces are suspended pods offset in section.

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Brooklyn Artists’ Live-Work Townhouse Bradley Horn Studio, CCNY MArch Studio 2008


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Highbridge Housing + Music acknowledges the prominent Dominican population of Washington Heights, encouraging cultural unity via music programs and smaller family units to address emergent models. The Merengue is used to establish pattern and rhythm in the expression of both interior and exterior spaces.

Highbridge Housing + Music Tina Manis Studio, Parsons MArch Studio 2010w


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Union Square Flexible Pavilion

Sara D Roosevelt Park Analysis Andrew Bernheimer Studio, Parsons MArch Studio 2009


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The Rio Grande served as a basis for examining perceived and sociopolitical implications of rivers as dynamic physical boundaries. The diagram merges film stills in a timeline that chronicals migration.

A study of the construction and transformation of complex curves (via laundry detergent bottles) using 3D modeling techniques. JAYME ELTERMAN

A study of the concepts of parametric modeling by converting hand-made concepts into digital representations.

Representation & Analysis / Transformation Parsons MArch Seminar 2010

Nature in Environment Dilip da Cunha, Parsons MArch Seminar 2010


University of Missouri Columbia Student Center Expansion and Renovation is a two-phase project that triples the size of the previous student center, while permeating and redeveloping it, producing an exciting new campus image that accommodates contemporary student needs.

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University of Missouri Student Center Holzman Moss Architecture


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The preservation of The Colonial Theatre involved documentation of existing conditions through a series of 360 degree photographs and site surveys, color and material studies and samples, and the expansion of back-of-house support spaces to accommodate bigger contemporary productions.

The Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield, MA Martinez & Johnson Architecture


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University of Central Florida Library Schematic Design study Holzman Moss Architecture

Flexible Theaters: George Mason University and Shepard University Holzman Moss Architecture


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Steeplechase Pier: an historic icon of the Coney Island boardwalk. LTL Architects were selected by NYC’s Parks & Recreation and DDC to rehabilitate and reinvigorate this popular destination following the severe damage it incurred by Hurricane Sandy. The fast paced project inspired exciting new details slated for a quick summer completion.

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Coney Island Steeplechase Pier Re-build LTL Architects

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