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JEANNYFFER C AMPO S


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CASA COBÁN GUATEMALA CITY

C ASSA PRAC TIC E PLAC EMENT - individual work Bam boo construc tion and se lf-suficient she lter (LANG UAG E: english/spanish)

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CASCADIAN DESIGN LAB & Residence at woonerf SEATTLE, WA 03

IDU

NEW ORLEANS, LA HIG H PERFO RMANC E

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TIMBER TOWER SEATTLE, WA HIG H PERFO RMANC E

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JUDKINS COMMUNITY CENTRE SEATTLE, WA

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CAL ANDERSON SPORTS CENTRE SEATTLE, WA

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CAMERA OBSCURA SEATTLE, WA

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SAMMAMISH VILLAGE SEATTLE, WA

NBBJ PRAC TIC E PLAC EMENT - work in collaboration within design team


GUATEMALA, 2021 Individual work Practice Placement

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CASA COBÁN GUATEMALA CITY

Bam boo construc tion and se lf-suficient she lter (LANG UAG E: SPANISH) As it was during Mayan times, rural G uatemala is known for its sme ll of roasted coffee , corn, and its tortillas, served warm and wrapped in cloth. Another Mayan food , black beans, are also wide ly consumed , all of which are often at every meal. In progress d we lling pending of approval for construc tion*



The traged y of G uatemala’s political and econom ic struggles led many farmers to leave coffee farm ing but at the core of its tradition, coffee , tex tiles and tortillas never cease to be a primary source of income . Thus, C asa C obán, named after a rural town full of patterns, colours, and sought after for its coffee sme ll, respond s to its regional contex t in a myriad of ways, the mo st im portant ones being its political history, economy, and tradition.

A sim ple plan allocates almo st a third part to the partially flexible front porch and allows for tho se ac tivities that he lp fam ily econom ies such as coffee drying and preparation, knitting of traditional tex tiles, and tortilla making outdoors. In the material sense , C asa C obán respond s to the existing contex t for easy adaptation, featuring the corrugated me tal shee t roof. Its struc tural system is based on bam boo construc tion, in exchange for wood as a more sustainable and fast-growing local material. The use of materials also reduces the co st of the d we lling significantly, allowing the fam ily to afford a home and become se lf-sustained . As a se lf-sustained d we lling , it integrates a water cistern for storage and utilization of rainwater capture and a pum p and filter system for redistribution inside the house . The solar pane ls he lp reduce the e lec tricity consum ption re lated to ac tivities that boo st fam ilies economy and greywater separation allows the fam ily to re -utilize wastewater for a vege table garden. C asa Pinula also utilizes the Watson Wick mode l to treat underground black water without the need for a local sewage system.

Presence of front porch in majority of homes

unconcealed material

CONTEXT PRECEDENT


A

B

C

D

8m 5m

1m

1

3m

2 7m 4m

DECK

PLANTA AMUEBLADA

1er. Nivel

3

ÁREA CONSTRUIDA: 38.2527 mts²

Escala 1:50

ÁREA TECHADA: 20 mts²

A

B

C

D

8m 5m

1m

3m

7m 4m

DECK


0.20m 0.10m

01 Fecha:

Escala:

SECTION/SECCIÓN ESC 1:20

0.40m

0.10m 0.10m 0.10m 0.10m

FOOTING/ ZAPATA

Steel plate/ Platina

ÁREA CONSTRUIDA: 38.2527 mts²

Escala INDICADA

HOJA

BAMBÚ

PLINTH/ZÓCALO FOUNDATION SLAB/SOLERA

FOUNDATION SLAB TO BAMBOO COLUMN/ SOLERA A COLUMNA DE BAMBÚ SECTION/SECCIÓN ESC 1:20

PLANO DE

CIMENTACIÓN

STUCCO/ REPELLO BAMBOO COLUMNS/ COLUMNAS DE BBAMBÚ CRUSHED BAMBOO PANELS/ ESTERILLA

STEEL PLATE/ PLATINA

Bamboo Column Ø 4"/ Columna de Bambú Ø 4"

ESTERILLA

0.30m

FOUNDATION SLAB/ SOLERA

Plinth 10cmsx15cms/ Zócalo 10cmsx15cms PROYECTO/cliente

0.10m

CONCRETE PLINTH/ ZÓCALO DE CONCRETO

ANCHORAGE/ ANCLAJE

ISO ESC 1:20

Zócalo 10 cms x 15cms Solera de Humedad 20 cms x 15 cms

DETALLE ANCLAJE Escala 1:20

T.O. Slab 0.08mts N.P.T 0.08mts

Concrete slab to plinth and foundation slab/ After two years of farm ing , bam boo is read y to be harvested . C onsidered the ISO Unión de piso a zócalo y solera vege table stee l, its flexibility and streng th feature anti-se ism ic qualities. As a :\3. Portfolio for Universities\CASSA\Byron Gómez_V4_Spanish English.dwg, 21/05/2021 19:01:25, AutoCAD PDF (High Qualit lightweightand material, it also requires less foundation, hence , more affordable to build . Bam boo is treated with Borax and Boric acid for the protec tion of insec ts and natural e lements.


FOUNDATION/CIMENTACIÓN

CONCRETE PLINTH/

0.15m

0.20m

0.13m 0.13m 0.13m

0.20m

0.20m Solera de Humedad 20 cms x 15 cms

0.02m DISEÑO

FOUNDAT

FOUNDATION SLAB TO BAMB Plinth 10cmsx15cms/ Zócalo 10cmsx15cms SOLERA A COLUMNA DE BAM

DISEÑO

T.O. Slab 0.08mts N.P.T 0.08mts

Escala 1:100

38.2527 mts²

Concrete slab to plinth and foundation slab/ ISO Unión de piso a zócalo y solera

0.10m

ESTERILLA

0.30m

ANCHORAGE/ ANCLAJE

ISO ESC 1:20

0.11m

0.13m 0.13m 0.13m

0.15m

02 dibujo:

01

Fecha:

HOJA Escala:

PLANO DE

PLINTH/ZÓ

Bamboo Column Ø 4"/ Columna de Bambú Ø 4"

ZÓCALO DE CONCRETO Gómez_V4_Spanish and English.dwg, 21/05/2021 19:01:25, AutoCAD PDF (High Quality Print).pc3 I:\3. Portfolio for Universities\CASSA\Byron

FOUNDATION SLAB/ SOLERA

0.11m

0.02m

0.13m 0.13m 0.13m

0.11m 0.11m 0.02m 0.02m 0.20m 0.20m

01 dibujo:

Fecha:

DIRECCIÓN 0.20m 0.10m

PROYECTO/cliente

Zócalo 10 cms x 15cms

ÁREA CONSTRUIDA: DETALLE ANCLAJE Escala 1:20

ÁREA CONSTRUIDA: Steel plate/38.2527 mts ÁREA CONSTRUIDA: 38.2527 mts Platina

DIRECCIÓN

0.10m

STEEL PLATE/ PLATINA

6.05m

PROYECTO/cliente

ISO ESC 1:20

SECTION/SECCIÓN ESC 1:20

STRIP FOUNDATION SOLERA HIDRÓFUG

0.30m

Escala 1:100

FOOTING/ ZAPATA

PLINTH/ZÓCALO

ESTERILLA

FOUNDATION SLAB/ SOLERA

BAMBOO COLUMNS/ COLUMNAS DE BBAMBÚ

0.60m

Escala 1:100

FOUNDATION SLAB/SOLERA

CONCRETE PLINTH/ ZÓCALO DE CONCRETO

ANCHORAGE/ ANCLAJE

STUCCO/ REPELLO

FO SO

Escala 1:100

Bamboo Column Ø 4"/ Columna de Bambú Ø 4"

STRIP FOUNDATION/ SOLERA HIDRÓFUGA CRUSHED BAMBOO PANELS/ ESTERILLA

0.15m 0.15m

01 Escala:

DIRECCIÓN

0.02m 0.11m

0.20m

01

PLANO DE

0.20m

PROYECTO/cliente

0.20m

0.13m 0.13m 0.13m

4.00m 4.00m

0.15m

STEEL PLATE/ PLATINA

3.00m

4#3+ 2@

0.40m

BAMBOO COLUMNS/ COLUMNAS DE BBAMBÚ

CRUSHED BAMBOO PANELS/ ESTERILLA

Rebar grid/Parilla 4 # 4 @ 20 cm Est. # 2 @ 15 cm

0.10m 0.10m 0.10m 0.10m

3

STUCCO/ REPELLO

8.15m

P base/zóca se a

3.00m

FOUNDATION SLAB TO BAMBOO COLUMN/ SOLERA A COLUMNA DE BAMBÚ SECTION/SECCIÓN ESC 1:20

4.00m

0.38m

0.60m

P

0.06m

0.40m

0.10m 0.10m 0.10m 0.10m

3.00m

Z1

6.05m

PLAN/PLANTA ESC 1:20

Steel plate/ Platina

SECTION/SECCIÓN ESC 1:20

P

6.05m

0.60m

Escala 1:100

Z1

0.03m 0.03m

BAMBÚ

ÁREA CONSTRUIDA: 38.2527 mts²

P

2

0.14m 0.14m

BAMBÚ

Escala 1:100 ÁREA CONSTRUIDA: 38.2527 mts²

BEDROOM

SECTION/SECCIÓN ESC 1:20

SECTION/SECCIÓN ESC 1:20 SECTION/SECCIÓN ESC 1:20

60cmx60cm Concrete Footing with rebar grid/zapata con parilla

3.40m

DECK

0.06m

FOOTING/ ZAPATA

4.00m 4.00m

1.95m

EscalaPINDICADA

SECTION/SECCIÓN ESC 1:20

P

SECTION/SECCIÓN ESC 1:20

3.00m 3.00m

Z1

CIMENTACIÓN FOOTING/ ZAPATA

FOOTING/ ZAPATA

1.95m

STRIP STRIP FOUNDATION/ FOUNDATION/ SOLERA SOLERA HIDRÓFUGA HIDRÓFUGA

SECTION/SECCIÓN ESC 1:20

2

P

1.95m

6.05m

7.15m

Escala INDICADA

Z1 P

F S

3.00m

7.00m

6.05m

Z1

0.60m

CIMENTACIÓN SECTION/SECCIÓN

0.60m

STRIP FOUNDATIO STRIP FOUND SOLERA HIDRÓFUG SOLERA HIDR

ÁREA CONSTRUIDA: 38.2527 mts²

ZESC 1 P1:20

6.05m

0.03m

2.40m

FOUNDATION SLAB/ SOLERA DE HUMEDAD

4#3 2

0.13m 0.13m 0.13m

3

3

STRIP FOUNDATION/ SOLERA HIDRÓFUGA BATHROOM KITCHEN

0.03m 0.03m

2

7.15m

0.38m

Rebar grid/Parilla 4 # 4 @ 20 cm Est. # 2 @ 15 cm

0.60m

1

P

4 # 3 + Est. # 2 @ 20 cm

ROOM 0.60m Escala 1:100 LIVING

7.00m 7.15m

Z1

3.00m

0.60m

P

P

T.O.Slab/N.P.T

0.60m 0.14m

Z1 Rebar grid/Parilla

P4 # 4 @ 20 cm

Est. # 2 @ 15 cm

FOOTING/ ZAPATA P

0.38m

0.60m

Z1

1.35m

P

0.03m

0.60m

Z1

4.00m

1.93m

Plinth for bamboo base/zócalo sobre el cual 8.15m 8.15m se apoya el bamboo

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0.60m 0.60m

0.38m 0.38m

Z1

P

1.95m

0.60m with rebar grid/zapata con parilla

PLAN/PLANTA Esc 1:20

0.60m

DETAIL 1 DETALLE 1

Z1

0.60m FOOTING/ ZAPATA

SOLERA DE HUMEDAD FOUNDATION SLAB/ SOLERA DE HUMEDAD

Est. # 2 @ 12 cm (all the rest/el resto)

0.15m

ESC 1:20

SECTION/SECCIÓN ESC 1:20 SECTION/SECCIÓN ESC 1:20

base/zó se

T.O.Slab/N.P.T Rebar grid/Parilla 4 # 4 @ 20 cm T.O.Slab/N.P.T Est. # 2 @ 15 cm

FOOTING/ FOUNDATION SLAB/ ZAPATA

3.00m

8.15m

BEDROOM

4#4 Est. # 2 @ 10 cm BEDROOM Lower and upper extremes/ en extremos superior e inferior

P

6.05m PLAN/PLANTA

Z1 60cmx60cm P Z1 Concrete Footing P 2.93m

P

0.10m 1.95m

D

P

0.60m

ZAPATA

P

Z1

0.60m BAMBOO/BAMBÚ

3.40m

C

P

SECTION/SECCIÓN ESC 1:20

3.40m

B

P

AREA/ÁREA CONSTRUIDA: 38.2527 mts² ZAPATA FOOTING/

0.15m

22

12

7.15m 7.15m

3.40m 3.40m

FOOTING/ ZAPATA

P P

STEEL PLATE/ PLATINA 6.05m

Z1

4 # 3 + Est. # 4 #23@+ 20 Est.cm # 2 @ 20 cm

FOOTING/

P P

0.06m 8.00m

0.06m

0.60m

11

DECK

DECK

BEDROOM Z2 BEDROOM Z2 P P

P

0.13m 0.13m P 0.13m

P

FOOTING/ ZAPATA

0.60m

P P

Z1 Z1

Z1

SECTION/SECCIÓN ESC 1:20

7.00m 7.00m

A

0.60m 1:75 FOOTING/ ZAPATA

P

FOUNDATION SLAB/ Z1 P SOLERA P DE HUMEDAD

Z1

0.60m

0.60m 0.60m

Z1 ZP1 P

P P

Z1 P

se apoya el bamboo

Rebar grid/Parilla 4#4@ 20 cm Rebar grid/Parilla Est. 2@ 4 # 4#@ 2015 cmcm Est. # 2 @ 15 cm

7.00m

ESC

P

0.60m

Ú

2.40m 2.40m

FOUNDATION/CIMENTACIÓN BATHROOM Z1 BATHROOM P

PLAN/PLANTA ESC 1:20

ESC 1:20

Plinth for bamboo base/zócalo el cual Plinthsobre for bamboo se apoya el bamboo base/zócalo sobre el cual

2

Z1

0.60m

Z1 P

0.06m

Concrete Footing with rebar grid/zapata con parilla PLAN/PLANTA

with rebar grid/zapata con parilla

2.40m

Z1

0.03m

4 # 3 + Est. # 2 @ 20 cm

Z1 P

0.06m

PLAN/PLANTA ESC 1:20 PLAN/PLANTA ESC 1:20

2.40m

BATHROOM

superior e inferior 0.06m Est. # 2 @ 12 cm (all the Est. # 2rest/el @ 12 resto) cm

60cmx60cm 0.15m Concrete Footing with 0.15m rebar grid/zapata con parilla

Concrete Footing 60cmx60cm with rebarFooting grid/zapata con parilla Concrete

BATHROOM 0.03m

KITCHEN LIVING Rebar grid/Parilla 4 # 4 @ 20 cm ROOM Est. # 2 @ 15 cm LIVING

P

T.O.Slab/N.P.T

0.14m

0.60m 0.60m

11

KITCHEN

ZAPATA FOOTING/ ZAPATA 60cmx60cm

0.06m

1

Z1

4#4 Est. 4 # 4# 2 @ 10 cm Lower Est. # 2and @ upper 10 cm extremes/ extremos Lower and en upper superior e inferior extremes/ en extremos

0.20m

0.06m Z1 FOOTING/ P 0.60m

0.15m

Plinth for bamboo base/zócalo sobre el cual se apoya el bamboo

HOJA 0.06m

01

1.35m

0.10m

FOOTING/ ZAPATA dibujo:

P

0.15m 0.10m

0.60m

DISEÑO

0.60m

Z1

PLAN/PLANTA Esc 1:20

0.15m

FOOTING/ (all the1rest/el resto) DETAIL ZAPATA DETALLE DETAIL 1 1 PLAN/PLANTA Esc 1:20 0.06m 0.06m 60cmx60cm DETALLE 1 PLAN/PLANTA Esc 1:20

HOJA

1.95m

DETAIL 1 DETALLE 1

P

Concrete Footing

P

1.35m

Fecha:

0.60m

0.60m

0.60m 60cmx60cm

0.13m 0.13m 0.13m 0.13m 0.13m 0.13m

Est. # 2 @ 12 cm (all the rest/el resto)

Z1

P

PLAN/PLANTA ESC 1:20

Z1 with rebar grid/zapata con parilla Z1 P ROOM P

Z1 P

1.95m

0.06m Z1

FOOTING/ 1.35m ZAPATA 0.60m

1.35m

4#4 Est. # 2 @ 10 cm Lower and upper extremes/ en extremos superior e inferior

1.93m

P

P

P

Z1 P

0.60m

0.06m

0.10m

1.93m

Z1

2.93m

Z1 Z1 P

Z1

6.05m

D

0.13m 0.13m 0.13m

0.15m

8.00m

0.60m

0.13m 0.13m 0.13m

1

0.60mP

1.95m Z1.95m 1

0.02m

6.05m 8.15m 2.93m

C

0.11m

8.00m

0.13m 0.13m 0.13m

0.60m

0.60m

Z1

0.60m 0.60m

8.15m

0.13m 0.13m 0.13m

0.60m

0.60m

m m

0.60m

0.15m

D D 0.13m 0.13m 0.13m

C C

0.60m

38.2527 mts²

0.60m

STEEL

B

0.13m 0.13m 0.13m

0.60m 0.60m

Bmts² B

FOOTING/ ZAPATA

0.20m

OO/BAMBÚ

BAMBOO/BAMBÚ AREA/ÁREA CONSTRUIDA: Z1 BAMBOO/BAMBÚ B11 C D

1:75

PLATE/ 12 PLATINA AREA/ÁREA CONSTRUIDA: P38.2527 mts² AREA/ÁREA CONSTRUIDA: 38.2527 mts²

A

BAMBOO/BAMBÚ

0.60m

11 11 12 12

12

0.60m

OTING/ PATA OTING/ TEEL PATA LATE/ TEEL LATINA LATE/ LATINA

STEEL PLATE/ PLATINA

0.20m 0.20m

ESC

11

0.20m

FOUNDATION/CIMENTACIÓN P

CIMENTACIÓN CIMENTACIÓN A

0.60m

AREA/ÁREA CONSTRUIDA: 38.2527 mts²

FOOTING/ ZAPATA

Escala:

Z1

PLANO DE

1:75

0.20m 0.10m

ESC

BAMBOO/BAMBÚ

Zócalo 10 cms x 15cms Solera de Humedad 20 cms x 15 cms


0.20m 0.20m

0.10m

0.10m

0.70m

Concrete Lid/ Tapadera de concreto

Valve/ Válvula de Cheque

Water exit/ Salida de Agua

PVC Ø 1/2"

PVC Ø 3/4"

CISTERN/ CISTERNA

PUMP/ BOMBA

0.15m

TEE PVC Ø 1/2"

1.20m

Concrete Lid/ Tapadera de concreto

Hydropneumatic pump of a horse of strength to feed the different

PUMP

Water supply/ Entrada de agua

Block de 0.10cm

Gravel/ housing accessories Ripio

0.50m

LID/ TAPADERA SECTION/SECCIÓN

Bomba hidroneumática de un caballo de fuerza para alimentar los diferentes accesorios de la vivienda

BOMBA

Esc 1:50

PLAN AND SECTION PLANTA Y SECCIÓN ESC 1:50 2.10m

GREYWATER AND BLACKWATER TREATMENT AGUAS GRISES Y NEGRAS 0.15m

Concrete box for pump/ Caja de concreto para bomba

TAPADERA

2.00m

C-3

C-3

Next to lid for access/ Pegado a tapadera para fácil acceso

WATSON WICK

0.20m

GREYWATER PIPE/

PVC Ø 4"

pend. 2%

Válvula de

Steel matTUBERÍA #3 @ 0.15 DEcms AGUAS GRISES Cheque both directions with concrete 90° foundation/ VERTICAL Armado No.3 @ 0.15 ambas direcciones FundiciónYEE 10 cms Box for pump pipe 35cmx35cm - 15cms deep Caja para tubo de bomba 35cmx35cm - 15cm de profundidad

C

Pichacha

CISTERN AND PIPES/ CISTERNA Y TUBERÍA Ø

2"

CISTERN AND PIPES/ 3.00m CISTERNA Y TUBERÍA

PVC Ø1 for Pump PVC Ø1 hacia Bomba

DESCRIPCIÓN

Pinned block Steel # 4 PIPE/ 40cms x BLACKWATER 20 x 15/ TUBERÍA DENo.4 AGUAS NEGRAS Block pineado Hierro Valve/ 40cms x 20 x 15

Stairs Steel #3/ Escaleras de hierro No.3

PV

PVC Ø3 for rainwater supply/ PVC Ø3 entrada de agua pluvial

PVC Ø3 rainwater supply PVC Ø3 entrada pluvial

PVC Ø2 for Overflow PVC Ø2 Rebalse

SÍMBOLO

0.20m

PVC Ø2 for overflow/ PVC Ø2 para rebalse

0.15m

1.03m

Steel mat #3 @ 0.15 cms both directions with concrete foundation/ Armado No.3 @ 0.15 ambas direcciones SYMBOL/ FundiciónDESCRIPTION/ 10 cms

Blackwater treatmen0.80m t/ Tratamiento aguas negras

PVC Ø1 to pump/ PVC Ø1 hacia bomba

0.50m

0.80m

3.00m

C-3

2.00m

C-3

0.10m

2.10m

0.15m

2.25m

1.80m

1.80m

0.27m

0.15m

2.10m

0.15m

0.10m

0.10m 0.50m 0.10m

0.70m

Water supply/ 45° Entrada de agua

Gravel/ Ripio

FILTER/ PRE-FILTRO

1.40m

90° supply PVC Ø3 Rainwater PVC Ø3 entrada de lluvia

0.70m

Water exit/ Salida de Agua

PVC Ø 1/2

0.10m

Water exit/ Salida de Agua

ESC 1:20

0.60m

0.10m

Water supply/ Entrada de agua

0.15m

4#4

CONCRETE COLUMN/ PLAN/PLANTA COLUMNA

DESCRIPCIÓN

1.20m

0.15m

ESC 1:50

Stirrup #2 @ 0.20 cm /Estribo #2 @ 0.20 cm

SÍMBOLO

Block de 0.10cm

Gravel/ Ripio

Block de 0.10cm

ESC 1:75

POTABLE WATER SUPPLY/SAP

GREY WATER DRAINAGE/ BAG

1.00m

Pichacha

Gravel/ Ripio

FILTER/ CISTERN AND PIPES/ FILTER/ PLAN AND SECTION PRE-FILTRO PREFILTRO SECTION/SECCIÓN CISTERNA Y TUBERÍA PLANTA Y SECCIÓN BLACK WATER DRAINAGE/BAN

0.10m

PVC Ø3 Rainwater supply PVC Ø3 entrada de lluvia Water supply/ Entrada de agua

Water supply/ Entrada de agua

0.15m

2.25m

PLAN/PLANTA ESC 1:75

pe

%

.2

nd

PLAN/PLANTA RAIN WATER COLLECTOR/BAP ESC 1:75

SECTION/SECCIÓN ESC 1:75

RAIN WATER COLLECTOR/BAP

PVC Ø 2"

HUMEDAL GREYWATER AND BLACKWATER TREATMENT GREYWATER AND BLACKWATER TREATMENT AGUAS GRISES Y NEGRAS AGUAS GRISES Y NEGRAS 3.00m 2.00m

pend. 2%

0.15m

Stirrup #2 @ 0.20 cm #2 @ 0.20 cm

3.00m

0.10m

LID/ TAPADERA SECTION/SECC RAIN WATER COLLECTOR/BAP

BLACKWATER FLOW PVC Ø 3"

Esc 1:50

pend.PLANTA 2%

Y SECCIÓN ESC 1:50

Greywater treatment/ Tratamiento aguas grises

Blackwater drainage/ BAN

Blackwater drainage/ BAN

0.50m

GRAVEL/RIPIO

Greywater drainage/ BAG

Greywater drainage/ BAG

3.00m

MACROPHYTE PLANTS

Humedal

INSPECTION PIPE/ TUBERÍA DE INSPECCIÓN

Humedal

0.35m

3.00m

PVC Ø 2" GREYWATER ENTRY PVC Ø 2" ENTRADA AGUAS GRISES

0.50m

0.35m

PVC Ø 2" GREYWATER ENTRY PVC Ø 2" ENTRADA AGUAS GRISES

PLASTIC TANK/ TANQUE ROTOP Waste retention/ retención de liquid

0.40

0.10m

FILTER/ PVC Ø 2" PLAN AND SECTION PRE-FILTRO

0.50m

RAIN WATER COLLECTOR/BAP

%

2.00m

Gravel/ Ripio

2 d.

2.00m

pend. 2%

0.10m

Water supply/

2"

Greywater treatment/ Tratamiento aguas grises

YEE

PVCEntrada Ø 4" de agua

n pe

pend. 2% HUMEDAL

Block de 0.10cm

PVC Ø3 Rainwater supply PVC Ø3 entrada de lluvia

ESC 1:20

0.60m

Ø

HUMEDAL

RAIN WATER COLLECTOR/BAP

GREYWATER PIPE/ BAG TUBERÍA DE AGUAS GRISES 90° VERTICAL

% .2 nd

PVC Ø 2"

2"

RAIN WATER COLLECTOR/BAP

Water supply/ Entrada de agua

pe

Block de 0.10cm

Ø

3.00m

Ripio

C

Gravel/ pend. 2%

YEE

CONCRETE COLUMN/ PLAN/PLAN COLUMNA

DESCRIPCIÓN

BLACKWATER PIPE/ Greywater TUBERÍA DE AGUAS drainage/ NEGRAS

1.20m GREYWATER PIPE/ TUBERÍA DE AGUAS GRISES

Concrete Lid/ 90° VERTICAL Tapadera de concreto

Blackwater/Estribo drainage/ DESCRIPTION/ BAN

C PV

PVC Ø 4"

PV

3.00m

Water exit/ Salida de Agua 0.70m

Water exit/ Salida de Agua

WATSON WICK

Blackwater treatment/ Tratamiento aguas negras

0.10m

Water supply/ Entrada de agua

WATSON WICK 0.70m

2.00m

1.00m

SYMBOL/ SÍMBOLO

DESCRIPTION/ DESCRIPCIÓN BLACKWATER PIPE/ TUBERÍA DE AGUAS NEGRAS

1.20m

0.10m

0.10m

Humedal

0.50m

2.00m

3.00m

SYMBOL/ SÍMBOLO

Blackwater treatment/ Tratamiento aguas negras

0.50m

PVC Ø 2" GREYWATER ENTRY PVC Ø 2" ENTRADA AGUAS GRISES

4#4

0.15m

Greywater treatment/ Tratamiento aguas grises

0.35m

PLASTIC TANK/ TANQUE ROTOPLAST Waste retention/ retención de liquidos

Plantas que depuran el agua

Soil layer -15 cms 15 cms DE TIERRA

GRAVEL/RIPIO

INSPECTION PIPE/ TUBERÍA DE INSPECCIÓ

BLACKWATER FLOW PVC Ø 3"

0.90

0.40

CLEAN WATER FLOW/ SALIDA DE AGUA LIMPIA

PLASTIC TANK/ TANQUE ROTOPLAST Waste retention/ retención de liquidos BLACKWATER FLOW PVC Ø 3"

Watson Wick

BLACKWAT PVC Ø 3"

0.40

ywater nage/ G

0.80m

CISTERN AND PIPES/ CISTERNA Y TUBERÍA

AP

kwater nage/ N

RAIN WATER COLLECTOR/BAP

PVC Ø3 for rainwater supply/ PVC Ø3 entrada de agua pluvial

PVC Ø1 for Pump PVC Ø1 hacia Bomba 1.20m

1.00m

Water supply/ Entrada de agua

exit/ Steel mat #3 Water @ 0.15 cms Salida de both directions with Agua concrete foundation/ Armado No.3 @ 0.15 ambas direcciones Fundición 10 cms Block de 0.10cm Box for pump pipe 35cmx35cm - 15cms deep Caja para tubo de bomba 35cmx35cm - 15cm de profundidad

0.15m

C-3

C-3

Pinned block Steel # 4 40cms x 20 x 15/ Block pineado Hierro No.4 40cms x 20 x 15

Stairs Steel #3/ Escaleras de hierro No.3

Next to lid for access/ ÁREA CONSTRUIDA: 38.2527 mts² Pegado a tapadera para fácil acceso

RAIN WATER COLLECTOR/BAP

1.70m

0.15m

TAPADERA

1.20m

0.10m

0.70m

PVC Ø2 for overflow/ PVC Ø2 para rebalse

2.00m

POTABLE WATER/AGUA POTABLE PVC Ø1 to pump/ PVC Ø1 hacia bomba

0.50m

C-3

Steel mat #3 @ 0.15 cms both directions with concrete foundation/ Armado No.3 @ 0.15 ambas direcciones Fundición 10 cms

0.10m

C-3

2.10m

0.15m

0.80m

1.80m

0.10m

0.15m

PVC Ø3 rainwater supply PVC Ø3 entrada pluvial

PVC Ø2 for Overflow PVC Ø2 Rebalse

2.10m

1.40m

0.15m

Caja de concreto para bomba

Watson Wi


Variable h

Variable height/Altu

0.20m

1

0.18m

0.40m

2

0.30m

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dibujo:

HOJA

Escala:

Variable height/Altura variable

0.10m

Variable height/Altura variable

T.O. Slab/N.P.T.

1

2

STRIP FOUNDATION/ CIMIENTO CORRIDO CC1

0.30m

0.18m

FOUNDATION WALL/ 1 MURO DE CIMIENTO

BLOCK/ BLOCK

SECTION/SECCIÓN ESC 1:30

DISEÑO

0.40m

0.20m

BLOCK/ BLOCK

PLANO DE

Variable height/Altura variable

0.20m

T.O. Slab/N.P.T. BAMBOO Ø4"/ BAMBÚ Ø4"

2

0.40m 0.18m

SOLERA FINAL

BAMBOO Ø4"/ BAMBÚ Ø4"

Variable height/Altura variable

BAMBÚ ÁREA CONSTRUIDA: 38.2527 mts²

01

SOLERA FINAL

EA CONSTRUIDA: 38.2527 mts²

Fecha:

0.10m

BAMBÚ

HOJA

FOUNDATION WAL MURO DE CIMIENT

DIRECCIÓN

DIRECCIÓN

PROYECTO/cliente

PLANO DE

PROYECTO/cliente

SECTION/SECCIÓN ESC 1:30

DISEÑO

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SEATTLE, 2018 Individual work Graduate


02

CASCADIAN DESIGN LAB & Residence at woonerf. SEATTLE, WA

Woonerf is the Dutch concept deve loped by Nie k de Boer in 1963 in the city of De lft, Ne therland s (C ollarte , 2012), em bracing the idea of a “living stree t, ” where the stree t becomes the social space . As a human-centred approach to the design of the stree t adjacent to the Design Lab and Residence , it increases the sym biotic potential of ve hicular and pedestrian movement by sim ply giving the pedestrian the right of way.


The urban analysis for the C ascadia Open Design Institute and Residence takes place in downtown Seattle , be tween three major Seattle destinations: the Pike Place Public Marke t, Historic Distric t, Pioneer Square , and the Waterfront area. The site area ex tend s from Union to Yesler Way and from the waterfront to First Avenue . It is part of the C entral Business distric t, and , unlike its adjacent neighbourhood s, follows a northeast to southwest grid layout. Intersec ted by Alaskan Way, Western and First Avenue , the neighbourhood plays an im portant role in transportation from and to Pioneer Square and Pike Place Marke t.

WOONERF URBAN DESIGN

Eight more stree ts run northeast to southwest be tween the waterfront and downtown. All e longated stree ts (Alaskan Way, First Avenue and Western Avenue) run two ways, and play an im portant arterial role for ve hicles, bikes, and transient people .

Marion Street/Madison Street

Spring Street/Seneca Street

Union Street

Union Stree t

Spring Stree t/Seneca Stree t

Stree ts on the northwest/southeast direc tion

Marion Stree t/Madison Stree t

Stree ts on the northwest/southeast direc tion


The urban design propo ses the concept of Woonerf to knit the waterfront and downtown toge ther. The Woonerf is located on Western Avenue and Po st Alley to provide a more live ly pedestrian experience through m ixed-use e lements at the ground leve l. As a pedestrian-only path, Po st Alley is also thought to feature restaurants, cafes, and artistic e lements (such as mural com pe titions and sculptures) to appeal to not only nearby residents, but a greater population, including transient users and tourists in Seattle . Interventions: 1) Widened sidewalks along Western Avenue and Seneca, Marion/Madison, and C olum bia Stree t to provide greenery, introduce stree t furniture and land scaping , and promote pedestrian and bike circulation. 2) Introduc tion of greenery where pedestrians circulate to de lim it ve hicular access and create a visually appealing environment (integrated with the new waterfront design plan). 3) C reation of opportunities at the ground leve l for food , ac tivities, and various re tail storefronts to increase primary and secondary uses of the distric t.

As per Lynch “special facade charac teristics [are] also im portant for path identity.” In this vein, the C ascadia Open Design Institute is made of an interior enve lop and an ex terior she ll in response to the Western Avenue Woonerf approach and diversity of modern and historical buildings. The interior enve lope is made of brick “strap s” of different wid ths at the lower half of each floor and windows on the upper half. The ex terior she ll, intended to trigger curio sity among pedestrians is a triangulated sem i-transparent enclo sure that surround s the lower half of the building . The shape of the she ll allows for openings to re tail space at the ground leve l and enclo sed ex terior patio s on upper floors. The ex terior she ll also gives opportunities to have enclo sed outdoor space at the upper leve ls of the building . These outdoor spaces perform as key spaces to enhance the pedestrian experience along Western Avenue above stree t leve l.


The C ascadia Open Design Institute is located on Western Avenue be tween Spring and Seneca Stree t. Informed by an urban analysis and the propo sed urban design specified in the urban stud y (click here for more on the urban design analysis) the Design Institute reinforces circulation patterns and current storefront uses. Through its geome try, organization of the program, and treatment of building enve lope , it streng thens the the Woonerf as the key urban design concept and creates a d ynam ic space that he lp s the users unlock the ir creative potential.

In order to encourage m ix-used deve lopment, the building accom modates public , institutional and residential program m ing . In response to its location, its massing see ks to link Po st-Alley and Western Avenue toge ther. The building mass is divided into three volumes that reflec t the diversity of scales in the vicinity (where the m iddle volume is e levated to allow for this connec tion).

3

The building geome try also respond s to its neighbouring building (the C enter for Urban Waters) to create a path that will guide pedestrians from Po st-Alley to Western Avenue and allow them to have a direc t visual connec tion with the waterfront.

1

2

CASCADIAN DESIGN LAB & Residence


L1

“C oncentration of special use or ac tivity along a stree t may give it prom inence in the m ind s of ob servers” (Lynch, 50).

L2

The ex terior she ll also gives opportunities to have enclo sed outdoor space at the upper leve ls of the building . These outdoor spaces perform as key spaces to enhance the pedestrian experience along Western Avenue and Po st-Alley and continue to draw the public toward the building . Following the d ynam ic charac ter of the woonerf along Western Avenue , the institute is also designed so all the vertical circulation is visible to the pedestrians passing by Western Avenue , adding movement above ground-leve l which appeals to the pedestrians and creates a sense of curio sity to visitors in the building .

L3

L4


SEATTLE, 2018 Individual work Graduate

03

IDU

Kitchen Area

NEW ORLEANS, LA

Bathroom/toilet

Closet

HIG H PERFO RMANC E

Living Area

Bedroom

1/8”: 1’-0”

C eiling Plan view

The design approach of the ADU addresses on the environmental demand s of the New Orleans area. In its location, it addresses the need for natural ventilation and cooling strategies by making use of the existing canopy trees for shade , e levating the living area to increase wind ve locity (also protec ting from flooding ), and providing sufficient inle t/outle t openings to allow airflow. The existing canopy also creates windbreaks, protec ting from the cold winter wind s. In order to protec t from the sum mer sun, the ADU uses custom ized ex terior shading devices, derived from sun and shade studies, and avoid s a light coloured ground cover around the prem ise . The ADU also addresses the need of le tting the winter sun in by having the greater area of the inle t on the south facade and spaning in the east-west direc tion.

EAST

WEST

NORTH

SOUTH

ENVIRO NMENTAL ANALYSIS

Predom inant wind s primarily come from the SW direc tion in the months of winter and the SSE direc tion during the months of sum mer. The annual wind ro se chart shows predom inant but not strong wind s from the SE . Wind patterns from the SE are thus, a thoughtful consideration when accounting for natural ventilation and breezes. As shown by the p sychrome tric charts and the 2-hour tem perature chart, breezes m ight contribute to thermal comfort from March to May and in Oc tober. Breezes turn into cold wind s in Decem ber, January and Fe bruary. March, April, May, Oc tober and Novem ber are the ideal months for having the prem ises open for breezes to free ly circulate . From June to Septem ber, the ideal would be to have a cooling system as the tem perature range be tween 75F and 90F. A clo sed heating system would be needed from Decem ber to Fe bruary. We may understand from this chart that the design of any architec ture in New Orleans, would ideally contain adjustable enve lope com ponents which could adapt to the diurnal and year-round constant changes in tem perature .

Areas of thermal comfort

A wide range in changing tem peratures and the potential of diverse techniques for any architec ture built in the region. Prioritizing energy and thermal comfort, strategies would vary based on the time of the year; ranging from passive solar heating to evaporative cooling . The thermal comfort zone is rare ly naturally obtained in New Orleans, which means there is a constant need for optim ization.


LCR CALCULATIONS PASSIVE HEATING

Priorities: 1. Natural Ventilation to cool and reduce moisture during sum mer months 1.1 Use of high canopy trees 1.2 Elevation of living area to increase the wind ve locity 1.3 Use of high ceilings, roof openings and open stairs 2 . Protec t from the cold winter wind s 2 .1 Pace outdoor courtyard on the Southside of the building 2 .2 Use of vege tation to create windbreaks 3. Protec t from tW Whe sum mer sun 3.1 Use of ex terior shading on windows 3.2 Avoid of light-colored ground cover around the prem ise 4. Le t winter sun in 4.1 Having mo st of the windows face south 4.2 Have the long axis of the building run east-west

SO UTH G LASS AREA (”SOLAR G LA ZING ” OR “C OLLEC TOR AREA”)

Area of Solar Glazing: SSF (Standard Performance): SSF (Superior Performance):

11% of Floor Area = (648 sfx0.11)= 71.28 sf 46 61 Thermal Mass (TM) Collector Surface Area

THERMAL MASS

61

36.654

INLET/O UTLET AREAS High Performance ADU

36.654 = Thermal Mass (TM) = Thermal Mass (TM) Collector Surface Area 71.28 sf

UA conduction SUMMARY Building Element Orientation

Element

WALLS

South

East

Area

2o

U x Area

2

BTU/hr F

windows

0.300

70.00

21.00

doors

0.330

56.00

18.48

0.031

342.00

10.72

0.031

213.00

6.60

windows

0.300

21.00

6.30

wood frame wall

0.031

356.00

11.04

windows

0.300

112.00

33.60

0.031

296.00

9.18

windows

0.300

28.00

8.40

ROOF

wood frame wall wood frame wall

wood frame wall

Roof/Ceiling

0.022

900.00

19.80

Floor

0.034

648.00

22.03

West

MASONRY SURFAC E AREA

o

ft

FLOOR

North

U-value BTU/hr ft F

Masonry Surface Area Collector Surface Area

4.47

1.0 Conductive Heat Loss

61 167.14

UA conduction

4.47 = Masonry Surface Area 71.28 sf

Masonry Surface Area = (4.47 x 71.28 sf ) = 318.6 sf - 648 = -329.4 sf

ENVELOPE HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENT - UA ref

Volumetric Heat Capacity (Air)

0.018

Volume (ft ) HEATBuilding G AINS 3

3 o

3

ft

0.77

ACH

Air Changes per Hour (ACH)

People: (2 x 230 BTU/hr) = "UA" infiltration = VHC x Volume x ACH Equipment: 1400 BTU/hr =107.78 Lights: (2 BTU/hr x 648 sf) =

(Table E27: tight; winter temp.)

460 BTU/hr 1400 BTU/hr +1296 BTU/hr o

BTU/hr F

Ventilation Heat Loss*

2.1 Ventilation Heat Loss

F

BTU/ft

7776

3

3156 BTU/hr = 5 BTU/hr ft2

Fresh air should be provided at the rate of 20 CFM/person

20

ft /min * person

Assume that heat recovery ventilator (HRV) is 80% efficient.

0.2

(20% heat lost )

no. of people

4

"UA" ventilation = VCH x CFM/person x person x 60 m/hr x .20

17.28

o

BTU/hr F ft

13'-0"

2.0 Infiltration Heat Loss

Infiltration Heat Loss ("UA" infiltration)

*for buildings using a Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV)

10'-0"

3.0 Perimeer Heat Loss

Perimeter Heat Loss** F: Heat loss coefficient for slabs and basement conditions

18'-0" P: Length of the building's perimeter

(Table E11)

36'-0"

36'-0"

ft

WEST ELEVATION NORTH ELEVATION "UA" perimeter = F x P Glazing: 28 sf Glazing: 112 sf **for basement or slab-on-grade conditions only Opaque Wall: 206 sf Opaque Wall: 356 sf

o

0.00

BTU/hr F ft

Conductive Heat Loss

167.14

BTU/hr F ft

Infliltration Heat Loss

107.78

BTU/hr F ft

Ventilation Heat Loss

17.28

BTU/hr F ft

TOTALS

Totals

Thermal Mass = (36.654 x 71.28 sf ) = 2612 BTU/F

Perimeter Heat Loss

SOUTH ELEVATION Glazing: 70 sf Opaque Wall: 342 sf Door: 56

o o

0.00

BTU/hr F ft

292

BTU/hr oF

PLAN Floor Area: 648 sf

I. 231 sf x 16 648 sf

= 6 BTU/hr ft2

II. 1117 sf x 0.04 x 15 648 sf

= 1 BTU/hr ft2

III. 900 sf x 0.02 x 35 648 sf

= 1 BTU/hr ft2 8 BTU/hr ft2

EAST ELEVATION Glazing: 21 sf Opaque Wall: 213 sf

1%

o

18'-0"

UAreference

o

3'-0"

18'-0"

36'-0"

5 BTU/hr ft2 + 8 BTU/hr ft2 13 BTU/hr ft2


SEATTLE, 2017 Individual work Graduate

04

TIMBER TOWER SEATTLE, WA

HIG H PERFO RMANC E SYSTEMS The scope of the projec t Tim ber Tower is to build a struc ture that represents a significant challenge to concre te and stee l struc tures since their inception in tall building design. An almo st-all solid wood struc ture offers a lighter and econom ical alternative to concre te construc tion with the potential for a faster erec tion due to C NC pre -fabrication. Furthermore , with all its environmental and architec tural qualities, wood has the ability to he lp s toward the reduc tion in the carbon footprint em bodied in the building . This struc tural approach allows for 13 storeys in building height as the wood core walls and glulam perime ter colum ns are deployed as the supporting struc ture . Since only one interior wall is used for a load-bearing func tion, the plan layout allows a great amount of flexibility. As we ll, the ab sence of ex terior load-bearing walls allows for greater flexibility in the design of its façade . The struc ture uses TIm ber Pane ls on G L Beams/G irders on G L C olum ns to allow for a colum n-free space at L1, where the struc ture includes a transfer girder. The building uses dedicated systems to distribute fresh air, heat, and water. The building re lies on a 1069 sf ground source heat pum p which heats and circulates water serving as a source of thermal energy. Supply and re turn duc ts bring and exhaust air from and to the system. Furthermore , a 1200 fan room and a chiller provides cooling . In addition to the mechanical systems for ventilation, it makes use of a high performance enve lop aided by vege tation and operable windows. G iven that the building only requires three WC per floor, it uses a sim ple com po st toile t system that significantly decreases the annual water demand from 621 kG al to 163 kG al. A 5, 076 sf catchment area also collec ts 59,193 gals of rainwater annually, which makes a small contribution to the overall water demand .

Building Occupanc y: Fan Room Size: C hiller Room: C atchment area: G round Source Heat Pum p: Main Supply and Re turn Duc ts:

Fresh Air and E xhaust Air Louvers

Air Supply Re turn duckwork C hilled water

569 people 1200 sf 1050 sf 5,076 sf 1069 sf 97 sf


G ENERAL OFFIC E PLAN FOR UPPER LE VELS

AIR SUPPLY

RAINFALL WATER C O LLEC TION

AIR E XHAUST

C IRC ULATIO N

WASTE TREATMENT

STRUC TURE

G L C OLUMNS: 16' x 16' G L BEAMS: 2' x 2'


SEATTLE, 2017 Individual work SEATTLE, 2017 Graduate Individual work


05

JUDKINS COMMUNITY CENTRE SEATTLE, WA

C rack patterns are com mon in nature ye t overlooked— the domain of the prac tical discipline of frac ture mechanics, the physics of failure . But mo st im portantly, an opportunity for life to re -emerge; like grass be tween pavements and mo ss be tween rocks.


Through three one -story buildings, Judkins C entre provides a se t of health, recreation, and creativity ac tivities to support a strong sense of toge therness. A library, a com munal kitchen, a we llness clinic , and senior and pre -school classrooms are a few of the program matic e lements that targe t a wide population. The three buildings have their own skylight introducing natural light into the deep space . An operable glass curtain wall blurs the boundary be tween the interior and ex terior, visually and physically merging the whole space with the sky, trees, sunlight, and breeze , which can eventually create a live ly co -existing re lationship of artificial struc ture and natural land scape . The buildings frame the crack , where the main pedestrian flow occurs. As suggested by the movement analysis, the crack becomes a significant path for moving acro ss the ne ighbourhood .

Me taphorically, Judkins C om munity C entre is a response to the failure of a six-block strip of green enlivens and a multipurpo se green corridor aimed for the C entral Area of Seattle neighbourhood to provide com munity engagement. Judkins C om munity C entre aims to re -introduce com munity ac tivities with the m inimum green footprint disturbance .


4000 sq ft taken off greenery for pedestrian pe bble walkway is conpensated with green brid ge sum m ing the same square footage .

Movement analysis for "crack "

Minimum im pac t of informal and outdoor circulation

​ hile the visitors have designated spaces for W specific ac tivities, they are also able to ac tive ly interac t with each other in an open and fluid space . The key location of the crack encourages a continuous flow of people passing through the ne ighbourhood; regular citizens, residents of the neighbourhood , and users and staff of the com munity centre . The design considers their stay, pene tration, interac tion, and different be havioural patterns such as strolling , gathering , reading , training , exercising , and health consulting among others.


SEATTLE, 2017 Individual work Graduate


06

CAL ANDERSON SPORTS C. SEATTLE, WA

Visual connec tion with existing e lements he lp s individuals orientate and re tain a sense of fam iliarity. By allowing the design to visually frame pre -existing e lements of the ne ighbourhood when looking through from acro ss the stree t, such as the iconic C al Anderson Water Fountain, the new struc ture adapts. The visual connec tion sought after, through the courtyard design, also im itates that of the light rail station and the park nearby.


C al Anderson C om munity C enter is located in the heart of Seattle’s C apitol Hill neighbourhood , at the intersec tion of Broad way Stree t and 11th Avenue . Facing the light rail and situated in the corner of a 7-acre urban park , its design evolves from a stacking system that allows a direc t visual and physical connec tion from Broad way Stree t to C al Anderson Park through a pathway.

The building uses specifically Pilkington Planar T.S, which meets performance requirements for seismic loads, live and dead loads, and wind loading up to storm.

Precedent: Edward P Evans Hall School of Managment in Yale University

Struc turally, the sports centre is com prom ised of three storeys above grade and one be low grade . It uses stee l construc tion for the above -grade struc ture and reinforced concre te flat slab construc tion with drop pane ls spanning to cast-in-place colum ns for the be low-grade floors. Stee l pipe colum ns are primarily used to achieve an architec tural design for large , colum n-free areas with clear unob struc ted facades. The glazed façade enclo ses the building and highlights the m iddle atrium. The ex terior façade is supported only at the top and the bottom to achieve this long vertical span without large struc tural mem bers that would interrupt the view. The facade‘s weight is hung entire ly from the roof, with the bottom support used only for lateral bracing . The building uses a secondary stee l struc tural façade with custom stee l connec tions and thin stee l cables that connec t to cro ssed bracing e lements in tension for lateral support.


THE CONCEPT: Stacking The Te tris-like stacking system creates a visual connec tion at both the interior and the ex terior of the building . At the ground leve l, the shapes create a pedestrian area through which visitors can walk but mo st im portantly see the iconic C al Anderson Park Fountain. At the interior, the atrium allows a de liberated visibility of all sports ac tivities. It also allows the building to be flooded with natural light and maxim izes the airflow into the building through operable windows.

A

B

C


SEATTLE, 2016 Individual work Undergraduate


Light explorations

07

CAMERA OBSCURA SEATTLE, WA

A unique perspec tive of the outside world in Ballard ’s avenue , its live ly farmers marke t, and its people . A reve lation of how photographs come to be in the mo st sim ple and basic way while showing an up side world , rem iniscent of real magic .


C amera Ob scura is a photographer’s studio located in Ballard Avenue , Seattle WA , US . It is inspired by Abe lardo More ll’s unique approach to photography, focusing , as its name indicates, on the essence of its beginning: the camera ob scura. It features three types of program matic spaces: a working space , a gallery space , and a living space .

UP

Situated in a d ynam ic pedestrian space featuring a Farmers Marke t that stre tches along historic Ballard Avenue , an opening of no more than 3/8´´ turns the space connec ted to the stree t into a camera ob scura and gives the visitors a unique perspec tive of the outside world . This unique approach allows visitors to not forge t the vivid com munity, the farmers marke t just outside the door.

UP

UP

CLASSROOM

GALLERY

PUBLIC STUDIO

UP

CAMERA OBSCURA

OFFICE

PUBLIC WORKSHOP

DARKROOM

UP

UP

CLASSROOM DARKROOM

THIRD LEVEL

GALLERY OFFICE

SECOND LEVEL

PHOTOGRAPHER’S PLACE

MID-LEVEL

UP

PUBLIC

DN

PRIVATE

DN

STREET LEVEL

GROUND LEVEL

PUBLIC STUDIO

PHOTOGRAPHER’S PLACE

The program is both public and private , tailored to guide visitors through the natural process involved in the produc tion of a photograph while also providing a private living space for the photographer.

DARKROOM

CLASSROOM

GALLERY

PHOTOGRAPHER´S CORE

STUDIO

PINHOLE

​* G olden ratio considered to create a balanced com po sition of spaces

CAMERA OBSCURA


parapet flashing

THE CONCEPT: The Physics of Optics

 d   t  

θ = tan−1      • 2  2   2  

 7mm   30mm      • 2  2   2   −1 θ = tan ( 3.5mm 15mm ) • 2

θ = tan−1 

θ = tan−1 ( 0.47 ) θ ≈ 25°

θ = tan−1 ( 0.22)

window flashing with ventilation gaps and insect mesh insulated packing strip

f 49 ft / 14935.2 mm 7.8 ft 2377.44 mm

θ = 12.5

25°

d    2f  −1  6644.64 mm  θ = tan    2(14935.2mm) 

θ = tan−1 

14 ft 4267.2 mm

Field of View

d 21.8 ft / 6644.64 mm

The enthralling quality of the room as it com ple te ly darkens im merses the visitor into the world of photography, encouraging a sense of curio sity and exploration. Through the pinhole the light reflec ts a 46ftdiame ter up side -down image of the outside world , capturing a snippe t of the movement and unique land scape that occurs outside the studio, exac tly up to 14ft up acro ss the stree t. The focal leng th of the camera ob scura space is enough so the resulting image covers the back wall of the room in its entire ty. While sound and thermal insulation is always sought after, the wall also is thought to provide a light safe room. The tim ber cladding is fixed to a backing wall. The door that connec ts to the following space is also considered to support this need .

Angle of light (2)

2 ft

The architec tural approach is bifold , focusing on understanding the process of photography through program m ing sequence , as we ll as explaining the way a photograph funne ls the com plexities of the outside world into a container suited for its reflec tion. The area receives the image just like a human eye , through a 7m m diame ter opening acro ss a 30m m-thick glass (com ple te ly covered by a black matte material). The light from the outside enters the hole at a calculated angle of 25°.

waterproof membrane lapped under parapet flashing

flashing lapped over cladding panel compressible insulation under sill insulated cavity closer support bracket cladding rail

rainscreen cladding panel fixed to cladding rail water resistant membrane

substrate wall

The materiality of the studio direc tly jux tapo ses the public -private concept by using a translucent material (glass) to enclo se the mo st private program be ing the living space and a com ple te ly opaque material (brick ) for tho se spaces which are of public domain. Brick , wood and glass are used for the ex terior facade to re late to the materiality of the local area and the com mon use of glass curtains in storefronts. Site ske tch

Hundred s of vendors lining in the m iddle and ed ges of the stree t. Sound s, tastes, and sme lls are hard to ignore .

Private vs. Public


Sammamish Village

SEATTLE, 2018 Individual work Practice Placement

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SAMMAMISH VILLAGE All Team Meeting #1 NBBJ @ Microsoft

20 September 2018 SEATTLE, WA th

NBBJ Prac tice Placement - collaboration

Full village

Sam mam ish Village is an 894,334 sq fee t projec t com prom ised of four office buildings, part of the ex tension on Micro soft HQ. This projec t was designed simultaneously with 11 other buildings design by WNRS Studio, LMN, and ZG F firms in Seattle , US, thus working in constant collaboration with them. As part of the Micro soft design team, I was in charge of de liverables such as office configuration plans, and the creation of the full physical site and the building mode l for mee tings and client briefs. During mee tings, we discussed building e lements for facade , core geome try motifs and connec tion of buildings to the outdoors (mo st effec tive ways of connec ting and re lating to one another). In charge of the physical mode l, I was given the creative liberty to aid in the deve lopment of facade typology.

EXTERIOR ENVELOPE MAPPING Orientation and use considerations and e lements for face typology deve lopment: • • • • • • •

Building Entry Leve l 1 Amenities Living Room pop -outs Den pop -outs Solar shading (south- and west-facing ) Typical O ffice design Link be tween buildings

**Other deliverables worked in collaboration were excluded due to confidentiality


Dwe lling in G uatemala projec t propo sal Presentation to firm

Early explorations

Micro soft HQ (Sam mam ish Village) MO DELS


Examples .of SPACE E X P LO R AT I O N SKETCHES


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