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WORK SAMPLES Jesus A. Fernandez 路 University of Oregon 2012


21st CENTURY NEIGHBORHOOD


affordable housing courtyard (revit, photoshop):

The site lends itself for a more asymmetrical courtyard for children to play and be creative.


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21st Century Neighborhood - SEATTLE, WA

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PODIUMS

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COURTYARDS

the story (revit, illustrator):

VIEW CORRIDORS

Process of how the building came to be. The constraints and uses dictated the form and building type.


exterior perspective (revit, photoshop, illustrator):

Using a google earth image to understand the relationship between the proposed building and existing street/sidewalk conditions. 21st Century Neighborhood - SEATTLE, WA


exterior perspective (revit, photoshop):

Using a google earth image to understand the relationship between the proposed building and pedestrian/vehicle approach to the site.


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site/ffl plan (revit, illustrator):

FIRST FLOOR PLAN ABOVE PODIUM PARKING GARAGE PLAN

21st Century Neighborhood - SEATTLE, WA

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Each different building type is raised from one another. This plan shows the relationship between the units and their courtyards, as well as the relationship between courtyards.


Market Rate Housing

76 units: 5089 Lofts 26 studios parking spaces

Affordable Housing

Retail

45 units: 5726 parking town homes 19 studios spaces

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Student Housing

27 units:

25 flats 2 studios (77 students) 20 parking spaces

program diagram(revit, illustrator): Yesler Terrace in Seattle, WA is a low income housing development built in 1942. The Seattle Housing Authority has begun redesigning the 17 blocks of Yesler Terrace to include 150-300 units per block of 60% Market rate and 40% Affordable.


student housing courtyard (revit, photoshop):

A large simple courtyard for various student social activities. 21st Century Neighborhood - SEATTLE, WA


market rate housing courtyard (revit, photoshop):

View corridor vignette as experienced from the market rate courtyard.


21st Century Neighborhood - SEATTLE, WA


site section (revit, illustrator): Cut through the market rate and affordable courtyards showing a view corridor towards Mt. Rainier.


RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION


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cross section (revit, illustrator): This 500 square foot cabin in Eugene, OR is a small exploration of material types and their construction


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Owner: Summer E. Carrillo Project Architect: Jesus A. Fernandez Project Location: 550 W 25TH PLACE EUGENE, OR 97405

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CROSS SECTION 1/2”=1’-0”

Residential Construction - EUGENE, OR

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1” THICK CORRUGATED METAL ROOFING 4” RIGID INSULATION

RADIANT HEATING CONCRETE SLAB

4” x 8“ Beams @ 48” o.c.

FINISH WOOD CEILING PANELS NAILING BLOCK FOR FINISH WALL 24” x 16” concrete pad

1/2” PLYWOOD SHEATHING W/FINISH WALL 2” x 8” Joists @ 24” o.c. R-8 (2) BATT INSULATION 4” x 8” Beam 2” X 8” TOP PLATE W/ANCHOR BOLT

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8” x 8” x 16” CMU Block stemwall

24” x 18” (min.) crawl space access req’d

2” X 8” ROOF RAFTERS

16” x 8” concrete footing with (2) #4 rebar continuous horiz and #4 vert. with alt. hook @ 36” o.c.

2” x 4” Look Outs @ 24” o.c.

2” x 12” Fascia Board

RADIANT HEATING CONCRETE SLAB

VAPOR BARRIER BETWEEN INSULATION & 1/2” PLYWOOD SHEATHING

2” x 4” Look Outs @ 24” o.c.

2” x 8” Rafters @ 24” o.c.

16” x 8” Foundation vents within 3’ of each corner

4” X 8” BEAM

THE 500 RESIDENCE

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CMU VENEER

Owner: Summer E. Carrillo 2” RIGID INSULATION

WOOD STOOL APPLIED AFTER WINDOW IS ATTACHED TO BUILDING

STRUCTURAL CMU URATHANE - FOAM OR BATT INSULATION

WOOD SASH WOOD FLOOR FINISH

WOOD SILL FLASHING @ HEADAPPLIED BETWEEN STURCTURAL WASLL AND INSULATION

WOOD APRON 6” RADIATING HEATING SLAB

URATHANE - FOAM OR BATT INSULATION

Project Architect: Jesus A. Fernandez Project Location: 550 W 25TH PLACE EUGENE, OR 97405

WOOD BACKHAND WOOD SASH

STRUCTURAL CMU WOOD STOP WOOD JAMB

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construction documents (revit, illustrator)


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16” x 8” concrete footing with (2) #4 rebar continuous horiz and #4 vert. with alt. hook @ 36” o.c.

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RADIANT HEATING CONCRETE SLAB

2” x 12” Barge Board

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8” x 8” x 16” CMU Block stemwall 2” x 8” Joists @ 24” o.c. 24” x 16” concrete pad 4” x 8” Beam

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2” x 4” Look Outs @ 24” o.c.

RADIANT HEATING CONCRETE SLAB


Residential Construction - EUGENE, OR


building model (1’x1’x1’, laser cut model)


bedroom loft (revit, photoshop): Openness created with loft and exposed framing.

Residential Construction - EUGENE, OR


6 K GUTTER CONTINUOUS 2” X 12” FASCIA BOARD FURRING STRIPS & 1/2” PLYWOOD SHEATHING OVER EXPOSED EAVE 2” X 8” FRIEZE BLOCK 1” THICK CORRUGATED METAL ROOFING 4” RIGID INSULATION 2” X 6” BLOCKING

4” X 8” BEAM

VAPOR BARRIER BETWEEN INSULATION & 1/2” PLYWOOD SHEATHING 2” X 8” ROOF RAFTERS

FINISH WOOD CEILING PANELS NAILING BLOCK FOR FINISH WALL 1/2” PLYWOOD SHEATHING W/FINISH WALL

R-8 (2) BATT INSULATION

2” X 8” TOP PLATE W/ANCHOR BOLT

1/2” HORIZONTAL REBAR AS REQUIRED BY ENGINEERING 1/2” VERTICAL REBAR EVERY 36” 8” X 8” X 16” CMU BLOCK W/BOND 4” RIGID INSULATION BETWEEN STRUCTURAL CMU & CMU VENEER CMU VENEER

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WOOD FLOOR FINISH

6” RADIATING HEATING SLAB

wall detail section (revit, illustrator) BACKFILL 8” X 24” FOOTING BACKFILL AND DRAINAGE

leisure space (revit, photoshop): Privacy and variation are created with level changes and in-between spaces.


RESILIENT ARCHITECTURE


promenade perspective (revit, photoshop): the promenade runs along the community center and shops/retail spaces working together to create exposure and interaction between the three.


Resilient Architecture - LONDON, UK


north elevation (revit, illustrator):

Given the surrounding buildings the northeast side of the lot gets the best daylighting. The lower buildings are the workshop/commercial spaces.


aerial perspective (revit): Live+work, retail, community center, and housing program; this view shows the constraints of the site and the proposal to clarify building uses and organize circulation. Resilient Architecture - LONDON, UK


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service area (revit, photoshop): The south side of the development has a strong circulation axis and a large space for service vehicles and parking.

Resilient Architecture - LONDON, UK


east elevation (revit, illustrator): Workshop spaces are located below the housing units.


TAPALPA HOTEL & RESORT


hotel carport and entry (revit, photoshop)


Suites:

12 private suites (each sixty meters squared) with focused views of the natural landscape and various forms of screens to promote privacy. Each bedroom has a large view of the forest to wake up to every morning and also a living space that opens up to a large deck to enjoy the fresh air.

Paths:

Paths to the suites are surrounded by retaining walls of various sizes (half walls) to control the views. The suites are blocked of from the parking lot, the bottom row of suites are blocked off from viewing the top suites.

Gardens:

Landscaped gardens with native plants for the for the suites guests to enjoy

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Vehicle Entry/Parking:

The hotel is accessible through three entrances. Two lead directly to the hotel parking lots and two also lead to the reception entrance for valet parking and baggage handling. The Northwest parking lots are reserved for the suite guests (1 space per room) and staff. The Northeast parking lots are reserved for the hotel guests and staff (1 space per room) DN

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Reception/Restaurants:

Sharp reception area to direct traffic and create an exiting room for people to transition into the restaurants at the same level. The restaurants have the highest views of the forest and pools. DN DN

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Large enough to fit around 24 people, this location connects the guests with great views and the activities of the swimming pool and restaurant.

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Bar Pool:

Located below the restaurants this swimming pool is for guests who want to relax and be close to the bar (3 meters away).

Childrens Pool:

This pool is the most visible from anywhere in the resort a perfect location for children to swim and play. This pool is surrounded by a large terrace area where people can lay in the sun and enjoy the view.

Diving Pool:

4 meter cliff for people to jump and dive into a 6 meter pool.

Hotel Rooms:

A smaller suite with a strong sense of privacy and expansive views.

Gardens:

Landscaped gardens with native plants for the for the suites guests to enjoy

Spa:

Located at the lowest part of the resort. Connects the resort to the landscape with an outdoor deck for people to relax enjoy a healthy smoothie or go out for a walk in the forested landscape.

site plan (revit, illustrator)

Tapalpa Hotel & Resort - TAPALPA, MEXICO


diving pool (revit, photoshop)


Tapalpa Hotel & Resort - TAPALPA, MEXICO


south elevation (revit, photoshop) Tucked in the forested hills of Tapalpa, Mexico are various hotels & resorts used by citizens from all over Mexico. There are a lot of outdoor activities for visitors to enjoy.


construction phase (power tools, steel):

DESIGN BUILD COMPETITION

During this phase, our group of 6 students learned how to weld and use various power tools in a short amount of time.


habitable structure (6’ radius): Steel structure welded together, corrugated steel, white canvas, and clear plastic.


luminaire process:

LUMINAIRE COMPETITION

With minimal materials we built a simple but sculptural piece out of wire and paper. Hodge podge adhesive was used to keep the paper form intact.


luminaire model

(paper & wire 8”x8”x1.5’) This luminaire design won first place and was displayed at “Modern,” a furniture store in Eugene, OR during the monthly art walk.


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ROME VISIBLE CITIES

exhibition work (illustrator, photoshop): Modified Vasi scans and diagrams were created for display at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art in Eugene, OR.


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Piazza di Ponte S. Angelo  Ponte S. Angelo ornato con 12 statue     dimarmo pario Rastello all'ingresso di Castel S. Angelo  Mausoleo di Adriano Imp ridotto a Fort.za  Statua di metallo di S. Michele Arcang.  Baluardi, e fortificazioni di d.a fortezza  Strada principale della Citt‡ Leonina che     corrisponde nella Piazza di S. Pietro  Chiesa e Convento di S. Ma. Traspontina  Palazzo del Marchese Giraud gi‡  de' Campeggi          Palazzo Spinola, ora Ospizio degli      Ereticiridotti alla Fede Cattolica  Chiesa di S. Giacomo in scossacavalli  Ospizio dei PP. Penitenzieri di S. Pietro  Spedale di S. Spirito in Sassia Oratorio della Confratern.ta di S. Spirito 

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Prospetto della Basilica di S. Pietro  in Vaticano  Cupola della medesima, e palla di  metallo capace di 32 persone a sedere Palazzo Apostolico, e loggie dipinte da     Raffaele d' Urbino  Ambulazione lunghe 500. passi  Casino di belvedere, e Torre de venti  Chiesa e Convento di S. Maria sul Monte  Mario  flm Valle infera, detta corrottamente dell' Inferno Giardino Pontificio  Torri e muri antichi della Citt‡ Leonina  Porta Pertusa  Chiesa di S. Marta e Convento dei PP.     Mercenarij  Seminario dei Chierici di S. Pietro 

Basilica Vaticana, Ponte, e Castel S. Angelo

Giuseppe Vasi’s Rome - ROME VISIBLE CITIES

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Cordonata che scende dal Campidoglio  Arco di Settimio Severo Ch. di S. Adriano, gi‡ Tempio di Saturno  Tempio d'Antonino e Faustina, or Chiesa    di S. Lorenzo in Miranda  Ch. di SS. Cosimo e Damiano,  gi‡ Tempio   di Romolo e Remo Oratorio dei FF. della Via Crucis  Chiesa di S. Maria Nuova  Anfiteatro Flavio detto il Colosseo  Rovine del tempio della Pace  Chiesa di S. Pietro ad Vincula  Rovine delle Terme di Tito dette le Sette Sale Tempio di Minerva Medica  Rovine del tempio di Venere e Cupide  Basilica di S. Croce in Gerusalemme  Anfiteatro Castrense  Chiesa di SS. Marcellino e Pietro  Portico delle Scale Sante  Basilica di S. Giovanni in Laterano 

Campo Vaccino

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Monastero delle Religiose Turchine Monastero e Chiesa del Bambin Gesu Campanile della Chiesa di S. Prudenziana Via Patrizia Chiesa di S. Maria della Salute Chiesa di S. Paolo primo Eremita Casino del Cardinal Albani Chiesa di S. Dionisio Areopagita Convento dei Frati Mercenari riformate Campanile della Chiesa di S. Carlo Quattro fontane nelli quattro angoli  della Piazza

Basilica di S. Maria Magiore

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Basilica di S. Paolo fuori delle Mura


RICK MATHER ARCHITECTS


facade study

(digital photography, sketchUp, photoshop):

During my internship at RMA I took a trip to East Ham and in tight conditions took photographs of the existing buildings. Using photoshop, I manipulated the photos to create the elevations.


contextual elevations

(digital photography, photoshop, sketchUp)

Facade Study - RICK MATHER ARCHITECTS


Jesus A. Fernandez 1200 West 76th St. Los Angeles, CA 90044 562-659-5737 jafm.design@gmail.com

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