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GUADALUPE JEZABEL CARDENAS STUDENT PORTFOLIO


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INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS


WRIGLEYVILLE HOUSE 3539 N Sheffield Ave Chicago, IL. 60657

CONCEPT: EACH ROOM OF THIS PROJECT HAS A VARIATION OF GEOMETRIC VOLUMES. IT CAPTURES NATURE WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF THE SITE.


A

1

3

6 5

4

B

2

1 2 3 4 5

LIVING ROOM HALF BATHROOM DINING ROOM KITCHEN OUTDOOR PATIO

FIRST FLOOR

N

10’ 5’

15’

N 8

_

PROGRAM: THIS MULTI-FAMILY HOUSE WAS DESIGNED TO ACCOMODATE A FAMILY OF FOUR. THE DESIGN RESEMBLES A PULLMAN TRAIN WHERE THE ROOMS ARE LOCATED ON ONE SIDE AND EACH INDIVIDUAL HAS THEIR OWN COMPARTMENT AND PRIVACY. DESIGNED TO ELIMINATE THE TRAIN NOISE, WHICH IS LOCATED DIRECTLY BEHIND THE STRUCTURE. WRIGLEYVILLE NEIGHBORHOOD IS A VERY POPULAR AREA WITH NIGHTLIFE ENTERTAINMENT THAT SURROUNDS WRIGLEY FIELD. THE IDEA TO HAVE AN ENCLOSED PATIO IS FOR THE FAMILY TO ENJOY THE OUTDOORS WITHOUT _ HAVING TO INTERACT WITH THE FANS COMING FROM A GAME OR COMING FROM A NIGHT OUT. THE INTERIOR FEATURES A LIVING AREA, DINING AREA, KITCHEN, 3 BEDROOMS, AND 2.5 BATHROOMS.

8

10

9

8 BEDROOM 9 BATHROOM 10 FAMILY ROOM

SECOND FLOOR

N

10’ 5’

15’

11 9

11 MASTER ROOM

THIRD FLOOR

N

10’ 5’

15’


SECTION A

SECTION B SECTION

B


CASE STUDY Native American House 1208 W. Nevada St. Champaign, IL.

REVERSING THE CONSTRUCTION AND DEEPLY ANALYZING A BUILDING IN CHAMPAIGN, IL. STUDYING THE DIFFERENT MATERIALS OF THE BUILDING. DIRECTION OF SUN, WIND DIRECTIONS, FIRE SAFETY HAZARD, SPACING OF ROOMS, FRAMING STRUCTURE AND SITE ANALYSIS. DRAWINGS: INDEPENDENT DRAWINGS MODEL: GROUP WORK


THERE IS NO BACK ENTRANCE DINING AREA WHEELCHAIR FOR EATING MEALS ACCESSIBLE

S

FILE CABINET

CABINETS HALF BATHROOM

KITCHEN

OFFICE TABLE FILE CASE

TRADITIONAL WIND DIRECTION

LIVING ROOM

BOOK SHELF

E N

S

CHAIRS

FLOYER STAIRS

LAMP

THE ARRANGEMENT OF THE FURNITURE DOES NOT CREATE A PLEASURABLE SPACE FOR VIEWING THE TELEVISION

BRICK FACE

STEEL COLUMN FLASHING BASE PLATE GRADE

ANCHOR BOLTS

HOOK DOWEL

FOOTING 12”X46” KEY REINFORCEMENT BAR

DETAIL SECTION

EXTINGUISHER

ROOM 200

ROOM 201

SECOND FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR

BRICK OMMITED FOR CLARITY

ACCESSIBILITY NOTES -ACCESSIBILITY FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ARE NOT APPLIED ON THIS FLOOR -ALL THREE CONFERENCE ROOMS LET OUT INTO THE SAME 2’-6”X2’-8” SPACE CAUSING A HAZARD IF BUILDING NEEDED TO BE EVACUATED QUICKLY

ROOM 202

WOOD PORCH

MAIN ENTRANCE

ENVIRONMENTAL SUN PATH AND SITE PLAN

FIRE PLACE

TRADITIONAL WIND DIRECTION

SUMMER SOLSTICE 8.26 p.m. 302˚

COUCH

SUNSET WINTER SOLSTICE 4.931 p.m. 240˚

FIRE SAFETY NOTES -NO SMOKE DETECTORS ARE LOCATED IN THE BUILDING -THERE IS NO EMERGENCY EXIT -ONLY OTHER POSSIBLE ESCAPE ARE THE WINDOWS, 15’-6” OFF THE GROUND -HALLWAY TOO NARROW -THERE ARE ONLY TWO SMALL EXTINGUISHERS

DETAIL SKETCH


PATH OF SUN -SUN TRAVELS FROM EAST TO WEST ACROSS BUILDING

23’-1” ROOF PITCH GABLE ROOF

CHIMNEY

CHIMNEY

VINYL SIDING

SIDING DOUBLE HUNG WINDOW

SHINGLES DOUBLE HUNG WINDOWHUNG SINGLE

WOOD GLASS

15’-6” WINDOWS RUNNING BOND BRICKS

WINDOW SINGLE HUNG DOOR OPERATION

RUNNING BOND BRICK BRICK FACE

SOLDIER WOOD

FACING BRICK CONCRETE

SOUTH ELEVATION

-SUN SHINES AND HEATS THE EASTERN FACING SURFACE IN THE MORNING, THEN HEATS THE WESTERN FACING SURFACE AFTERNOON

AWING WINDOW

9’-11” SECOND FLOOR

PIPE COLUMN

NORTH ELEVATION

WIND EXERTS POSITIVE NORMAL PRESSURE TO WINDWARD ROOF SURFACE GREATER THAN 30˚

WIND BLOW PERPENDICULAR TO THIS SURFACE OF BUILDING WINDS

3’-1 1/4” FIRST FLOOR 0’-0” GROUND LINE

ENVIRONMENTAL EAST SECTION

23’-1” ROOF PITCH

WIND EXERTS SUCTION ON THE SIDES AND LEEWARD SURFACES AND NORMAIL TO WINDWARD ROOF SURFACES

23’-1” ROOF PITCH

15’-6” WINDOWS

15’-6” WINDOWS

9’-11” SECOND FLOOR WIND EXERTS POSITIVE HORIZONTAL PRESSURE ON THE WINDWARD VERTICAL SURFACE

9’-11” SECOND FLOOR

CONCRETE STAIRS 3’-1 1/4” FIRST FLOOR 0’-0” GROUND LINE

THE STRUCTURES AND COMPONENTS ARE DESIGNED TO RESIST WIND INDUCED SLIDING, UPLIFTING, OR OVERTURNING

ENVIRONMENTAL SOUTH SECTION

ACCESSIBILITY AND SAFETY EAST ELEVATION

-RAMP WORKS AS A METHOD OF ESCAPE IN CASE OF FIRE -RAMP WOODEN FRAME MAKES IT HIGHLY FLAMABLE -WHEEL CHAIR RAMP MAKES THE BUILDING ACCESSIBLE TO INDIVIDUALS IN WHEEL CHAIRS

WOODEN WINDOW FRAME 5” THICK

3’-1 1/4” FIRST FLOOR 0’-0” GROUND LINE

BRICK 8’X2”

WEST ELEVATION


CATERPILLAR, INC. BUILDING 1901 S. First Street Champaign IL. 61820

THE PURPOSE OF THE PROJECT WAS TO EXPLORE AND EXPERIMENT ON A COMMERCIAL BUILDING ON CAMPUS AND TO GENERATE A SET OF CONCON STRUCTION DOCUMENTS.


2'' AIR SPACE METAL COPING PETERSEN ALUMINUM CO. OR APPROVED EQUAL NEOPRENE COMPRESSION SYSTEM, 24 GAUGE, COLOR TO BE LIGHTSTONE

5/8'' GYP. BOARD 2'' RIGID INSULATION 6'' CMU BACKUP WALL

ROOF 27’-8”

W-FLANGE BEAM

BRICK VENEER FLASHING AND WEEP SCREW SPLINE THERMAL BREAK SETTING BLOCK

PILASTER WINDOW HEADER

GLAZING TAPE MULLION GASKET SPACER PREFINISHED ALUMINUM FRAME AND GLAZING

HEAD SILL SECTION 2 PREFINISHED ALUMINUM FRAME AND GLAZING

1

2

3

5

4

6

8

7

1

3

2

4

5

7

6

L

WINDOW SILL

K

K

LIMESTONE

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2

2

I

I

H

H

G

G

F

F

E

E

D

D

C

C

B

B

N DN

A

4” C.I.P. CONCRETE SLAB ON 2” 20 GA. COMPOSITE MTL. FOR M/REFER TO STRUCTURAL SHEETS

N STOREFRONT WINDOW

1

50’ 100’

25’

D

E

F

100’

G

H

2nd FLOOR 14’-0”

STEEL BEAM, REFER TO STRUCTURAL SHEETS

SECOND FLOOR

50’

2

8” CMU BOND BEAM W/2 #4 BARS/ GROUT SOLID

A

1

FIRST FLOOR 25’

8

L

I

4” C.I.P. CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB W/WWF 6x6-w1.4xw1. OVER 4” GRANULAR BASE OVER 6 MIL VAPOR BARRIER

1” EXPANSION JOINT CAULK W/SEALANT

1st FLOOR 0’-0”

FOUNDATION -3’-0”

SECTION 1

SECTION 2


KRANNERT CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS 500 South Goodwin Ave. Urbana, IL. 61801

THE IDEA FOR THIS PROJECT WAS TO USE AN EMPTY SPACE AROUND THE KRANNERT BUILDING AND MAKE USE OF IT. THIS DESIGN WAS A QUICK CHARETTE WHERE I TOOK THE SPACE TO DESIGN A RESTAURANT WERE PEOPLE WILL ENJOY THE FOOD AND AT THE SAME TIME BE ABLE TO RELAX WHILE THEY WAIT FOR A CONCERT. THE DESIGN WILL HAVE A HUMAN REACH WITH GREEN AND SPACIAL AREAS TO ENJOY. THE INTERIOR WILL RESEMBLE THE EXTERIOR OF THE KRANNERT.


DECONSTRUCTION MOVEMENT Dealership in an Urban City

CONCEPT: DECONSTRUCTION OF ORIGINAL STRUCTURE AND REUSING THE MATERIALS TO CONSTRUCT BRIDGES FOR PEDESTRIANS AND AT THE SAME TIME SERVE AS A BIRD SANCTUARY


CONDOS

COMMERCIAL BUILDING

COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS

N

PROGRAM: _ THIS PROJECT IS BASED ON, RUINS OF A MODERN TRANSPORTATION SOCIETY. THE SITE IS LOCATED ON A RECENTLY CLOSED DEALERSHIP, ALONG A BUSY AND RESIDENTIAL ALLEY WAY. ABOUT EIGHTY PERCENT OF THE EXISITING BUILDING, INCLUDING THE SITE ASPHALT AND CONCRETE IS PLANTED. THE COST AND CONSTRUCTION IS KEPT TO A MINIMUM. _


OBSERVATION DECK Champaign, IL.

DESIGNING AN OBSERVATION DECK ENJOYABLE AND AVAILAVAIL ABLE FOR ALL AGES. RAMPS HELP DISABLED PEOPLE TO ALSO ENJOY THIS OBSERVAOBSERVA TION DECK IN THE PARK. THE MAIN FOCUS OF THIS PROJECT WAS TO UNDERSTAND HOW THE STRUCTURE WORKS AND HOW CONNETIONS OF BEAMS ARE PLACED. ENGINEERING CALCUCALCU LATIONS WERE MADE TO MAKE SURE THAT THESE CONNCECONNCE TIONS WORKED.

GROUP PROJECT Ron Battle


2’

1’

SECOND LEVEL

BEAM TYPE #2 2x12

FIRST LEVEL

2x12

T & G DECKING

2’

4’

1’

4’

2x4 JOIST

BEAM TYPE #3 2x12 BEAM TYPE #1 2x4 16” O.C.

BEAM TYPE #3 2X12

JOIST HANGER

(2) 2x12- SEE PLAN

METAL BASE 4x4 WOOD COLUMN A

A

36’-0”

C

36’-0” C

SECTION A

(2) 2x12 - SEE PLAN DBL JOIST HANGER B

B 13’-10”

N

N

(2) 2x12 - SEE PLAN

13’-10”

SECTION B

T&G DECKING

2x4 JOIST (2) 2x12 - SEE PLAN

COLUMN CAP PLATE

4x4 WOOD COLUMN JOIST HANGER

SECTION C


NO ENTRY MUSEUM Chicago, IL.


TH HE MUSEUM OFF BROADCAST COMMUNICATIONS OMMUNICATIONS

MARINA CITY

TRUMP INTERNATIONAL HOTEL & TOWER

WACKER DR.

SOUTH WATER ST.

RENAISSANCEE HOTEL LAKE ST.

RANDOLPH ST.

MILLENIUM PARK

CLARK ST.

LA SALLE ST.

WASHINGTON ST.

MICHIGAN AVE.

WABASH AVE.

STATE ST.

DEARBORN ST.

MADISON ST.

MONROE ST.

A CITY WITHIN A CITY WILL OFTEN GIVE THE RESIDENT A DIFFERENT EXPERIENCE AND PERSPECTIVE THAT MOST PEOPLE OUTSIDE ITS WALLS DO NOT EXPERIENCE ON REGULAR BASIS. MARINA CITY INCLUDED A 16 STORY COMMERCIAL OFFICE BUILDING, THEATERS, RESTAURANTS, RECREATIONAL SPACES (BOWLING ALLEYS, POOLS) AN ICE SKATING RINK AND A MARINA WITH EXTENSIVE BOAT STORAGE ACTIVITY.

THE PEDWAY IN CHICAGO LIES IN THE HEART OF THE CITY. IT STARTED IN 1951 WHEN THE CITY BUILT ONE BLOCK TUNNELS CONNECTING THE RED LINE AND BLUE LINE SUBWAYS AND SINCE THEN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE INVESTMENT HAVE EXPANDED THE PEDWAY.

THE SYSTEM IS COMPOSED BY UNDERGROUND TUNNELS AND OVERHEAD BRIDGES WHICH CONNET TO MORE THAN 40 BLOCKS COVERING AROUND FIVE MILES LINKING TO MORE THAN 50 BUILDINGS.

THE IDEA FOR THIS PROJECT WAS TO REUSE THE EXISTING COLUMNS AND ELEVATORS OF THE IBM BUILDING IN CHICAGO TO CREATE A MUSEUM THAT CANNOT BE ENTERED. PEOPLE ARE ABLE TO EXPERIENCE A DIFFERENT WAY OF VIEWING ART BY NOT ENTERING THE MUSEUM AND BY LOOKING AT THE ART AS THEY WALK BY. THE RAMPS AND STAIRS FUNCTION AS A MULTI LEVEL PEDWAY THAT LEAD TO ALL DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS. THESE RAMPS LOOK AS IF THEY ARE GROWING FROM THE GROUND TO INTERACT WITH THE MUSEUM. THIS IS A GREAT WAY TO VIEW ART WHEN PEOPLE ARE IN A RUSH. SCALE: 1/64”=1’-0”

SHOP

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

CAFE SHOP

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

LEFTOVERLEFTOVER IBM IBM BUILD BUILDING MATERIALS BUILDING MARERIALS PUBLIC PRIVATE


TINY T-REX MUSEUM Champaign, IL.

THE CONCEPT TO THIS PROJECT IS TO MAKE THE T-REX THE MAIN FOCUS OF THE MUSEUM, FOLLOWING THE ORGANIZATION OF ROOMS AND FIRE HAZARD SAFETY.

Site: Very narrow lot to manage with. 35’-0’’x158’-0’’


SITE PLAN

Elev. Mech. UP

Work Room

C

Entry

Kitchen 16

49

39

Patio 40

C

Mech. Rm. 50

38

31

44

41

42

30

23 UP

15’ 5’

10’

B THIRD FLOOR

Assistant Director

DN

Mech. Rm. Directors Office

A

Secretary's Area 304

Vending

Accounting Office 45

46

DN DN

43

Green Roof

C

UP

Storage

15’ 5’

10’

B SECOND FLOOR

Coordinators Office UP

Egress

Egress Mech. Rm. Janitorial Rm. Eqpt. Rm.

15’ 5’

10’

B FIRST FLOOR

20

Orientation

A

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UP

Egress

Gift Shop

Receiving/Storage

A

Exhibition

UP

DN

Library

Office

DN

Terrace/Observation


FIRST STRUCTURAL PLAN

SECOND STRUCTURAL PLAN

THIRD STRUCTURAL PLAN

10’ 5’

15’

10’ 5’

15’

10’ 5’

15’ PENTHOUSE ROOF 38’-0”

LEVEL 3 / ROOF 26’-0”

LEVEL 2 13’-0”

LEVEL 1 0’-0” FOUNDATION -4’-0”

SECTION A


FLOORING DRAIN (FD) PLUMBING VENT

STAND PIPES SPRINKLER HEAD BRANCH LINE

SANITARY SEWAGE LINE

MAIN WATER LINE

HOT WATER SUPPLY (HW) COLD WATER SUPPLY (CW) FILTERED WATER SUPPLY

FLOOR SINK (FS)

CLEAN OUT (CO) FD

CO FD

FD FD

10’

FIRST PLUMBING PLAN

5’

15’

PARAPET FLASHING RAIL ROOFING MEMBRANE CANT STRIP 4” GROWING MEDIUM 2” DRAINAGE LAYER WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE TREATED WOOD NAILER RIGID INSULATION

MAKING DEEP OBSERVATION ON THE PLUMBING. ALSO ANALYZING THE STRUCTURAL OF THE ENTIRE BUILDING

CLEAN OUT (CO)

(C0) SANITARY SEWAGE LINE

ANGLE LINTEL LIGHTSHELVE 10’

SECOND PLUMBING PLAN

5’

15’

CONCRETE SLAB ON METAL DECK WOOD SIDING WOOD FRAMINIG OPEN WEB JOIST STEEL BEAM

THIRD PLUMBING PLAN

10’ 5’

15’

PENTHOUSE ROOF 38’-0”

LEVEL 3 / ROOF 26’-0”

LEVEL 2 13’-0”

WIRE TIES PRECAST HEADER DOUBLE ANGLE LINTEL PRECAST SILL 6” BRICK 8” CMU WEEP HOLE 1/2” ISOLATION 4” SLAB VAPOR BARRIER INSULATION

LEVEL 1 0’-0”

SECTION B

CRUSHED STONE 4” DRAIN 2x4 CONT KEY

SECTION C


SUPPLY AIR DUCT

RETURN AIR DUCT

THERMOSTAT ZONE 1

THERMOSTAT ZONE 2 10’

FIRST HVAC PLAN

5’

15’

SUPPLY AIR DUCT

SECOND HVAC PLAN

RETURN AIR DUCT

10’ 5’

15’

TERRACE/OBSERVATION GREEN ROOF

THIRD HVAC PLAN

10’ 5’

15’


SOLAR DECATHLON Champaign, IL.

CREATED PLANS, 3D DIAGRAMS, AND ELEVATION OF THE PLUMBING SYSTEM. WORKED WITH ENGINEERS AND PROFESSORS TO CREATE A WELL FUNCTION SYSTEM. ALSO HELPED WITH THE BATHROOM DESIGN BY WORKING WITH THE INDUSTRIAL DESIGNER TO CHOOSE THE APPLIANCES AND TILES.


COLD WATER SUPPLY HOT WATER SUPPLY

CLEAN WATER

RAIN / GREY WATER

GREY WATER SUPPLY GREY WATER DISCHARGE BLACK WATER DISCHARGE

WATER TREATMENT

HEAT RECOVERY

BLACK WATER


COLD WATER SUPPLY HOT WATER SUPPLY GREY WATER SUPPLY

BLACK WATER HEAT RECOVERY WATER TREATMENT RAIN/GREY WATER

CLEAN WATER

Purist® Rite-Temp® valve trim, valve not included Stillness slide bar trim kit

K-T14423-4-CP $222.60

K-974-CP

$26.40 VENT

MasterShower adjustable wall bracket kit

Purist 1.75 gpm handshower

GREY WATER DRAINAGE

K-8517-CP

$116.90

K-978-CP

$134.05

BLACK WATER DRAINAGE

INSIDE OUTSIDE

30’’ Slide Bar

K--8524-CP

$198.95 BLACK WATER

Stillness wall mount supply elbow Persuade Circ comfort height two-piece elongated toilet

Keslston undercounter lavatory

K--976-CP

HEAT RECOVERY

$101.45

WATER TREATMENT

RAIN/GREY WATER K--3753-0

$455.25 CLEAN WATER

K-2882 157.15

$157.15


SKETCHES A

C

B

VARIOUS TYPES OF DRAWINGS INCLUDING FREE HAND SKETCHES A. A HAND SKETCH OF A BUILDING (TBH) ON CAMPUS, EXPERIMENTING WITH STRAIGHT LINES AND SCALE B. A DETAIL SKETCH OF A SECTION FROM TBH TAKING SCALE INTO CONSIDERATION AT ALL TIMES C. ANALYZING WITH ONE-POINT PERSPECTIVE OF THE ROBIE HOUSE


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E

H

G

I

F

J D. ANALYZING WITH A TWO-POINT PERSPECTIVE OF THE FARNSWORTH HOUSE E. FREE HAND OBSERVATION SKETCH OF CHICAGO CITY F. COLLAGE ORIGINALLY MADE FROM MAGAZINES CUT OUTS AND THEN HAND SKETCHED G. A FREE HAND SKETCH OF AN INTERPRETATION OF A MAGAZINE COLLAGE H. ONE POINT PERSPECTIVE OF AN INTERIOR ROOM WITH MAGAZINE CUT OUTS TO INCORPORATE THE COLLAGE I. AN ABSTRACT LINE INK DRAWING J. AN EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC ANALYZING HOW PIECES CONNECT TO EACH OTHER


INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

STUDIO MAGAZINE

ISSUE # 1.0

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SEPTEMBER 2012

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WWW.ARCHITECTURE.SIUC.EDU

STUDIO MAGAZINE

ISSUE # 1.0

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ISSUE # 2.0 0 | WWW.ARCHITECTURE.SIUC.EDU SEPTEMBER 2012 | WWW.ARCHITECTURE.SIUC.EDU

I ALONG WITH A STUDENT FROM SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY HAVE ORGANIZED A MAGAZINE FOR THE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE. WE LOOK FOR ARCHITECTS WHO RELATE TO CURRENT STUDENTS IN THE SAME PROFESSION. WE TRY TO KEEP THE STUDENTS INFORMED OF EVENTS AND OTHER THINGS HAPPENING INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF STUDIO. I AM CO-EDITOR/GRAPHIC DESIGNER OF THE MAGAZINE, RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MAGAZINCE LAYOUT AND GRAPHICS.


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