Those who look for the laws of Nature as a support for their new works collaborate with the creator. - Antoni Gaudi
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Studio Projects CLOISTERED / AFFORDABLE HOUSING AT ST. PETERâ€™S
ENLIGHTEN / URBAN MAUSOLEUM
OregonBILDS / AFFORDABLE LIVING RESIDENCE
RAINY DAY CARE AND PLAY / VET CLINIC AND DOGGY DAY CARE *
EBB AND FLOW / UO ROWING BOATHOUSE
Additional Work DESIGN PROCESS MEDIA / FULL SCALE MOCK-UP
3D STUDIES / MODELS
TECHNICAL DETAIL DRAWINGS / ENCLOSURES
SKETCHES / FREEHAND DRAWING
* INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE STUDIO
CLOISTERED St. Peterâ€™s Catholic Church Campus Project Description Operating through a lens of productivity, Cloistered is a nexus of faith, community and culture that provides families with sanctuary to catalyze positive change. The design takes a campus planning approach to create spaces that provide healing for all ages and allow for both social and solitary functions. Studio Spring 2017 Media Colored pencil, Adobe Photoshop, Revit, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign
*Renderings completed by two Architecture students and two Landscape Architecture students
Parking and Housing
PHASE 3: Service Center
School and Daycare
PHASE 4: Service Center
School Private House
ST. PETER’S CATHOLIC CHURCH SITE ~ 4.5 acres
GREEN SPACE AND PRIEST HOUSE
COMMUNITY CENTER TABLE TENNIS TEAM
ST. PETER’S CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICES
DAYCARE AND MONTESSORI
CHURCH OFFICE HOUSE OF MERCY HOMES
CURRENT CONDITIONS ON SITE
Guiding Principles ○ Productivity ○ Unity ○ Sanctuary ○ Growth
Planning Process This project was a collaborative effort accomplished by two Architecture students and two Landscape Architecture students. While the architecture students focused their
designs, the landscape students primarily composed the site design, though every design decision was discussed as a group.
MIDTERM SITE PLAN
My Role Throughout the project, I focused on the building design of the Service Center and Montessori school. 1
1. The Service Center ○ Housing Literacy Classes ○ Language Immersion Classes
2. The Solarium ○ Permaculture Education - shared between the Service Center and Montessori 3. The Montessori ○ Gardening Classes ○ Infant to Kindergarten ○ After-school Daycare
SECOND FLOOR PLAN
BUILDING PROGRAM AND MATERIALITY REC ROOM CARPET TILE
WET AREAS TILE
CLASSROOM CARPET TILE
COMMONS POLISHED CONCRETE
SOLARIUM - SECOND FLOOR PLANTING BEDS
KITCHEN AND RECEPTION WOOD FLOORING
ACTIVITY CARPET TILE
SOLARIUM - GROUND FLOOR PERMEABLE SURFACE
GROUND FLOOR PLAN
ENLIGHTEN Urban Mausoleum Project Statement A community space that welcomes all to gather, worship and celebrate with family, friends and downtown neighbors of Portlandâ€™s Pearl District Neighborhood. This
celebrating our loved onesâ€™ lives in the heart of every day activity, offering a space of solace amidst the hectic pace of the city environment. Studio Winter 2017 Media Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, hand drawing
BOTTOM FLOOR RAMP
Guiding Principles ○ Functional poche ○ Light to heavy ○ Deliberate transparency ○ Aperture light play Program - 12 floors + roof ○ Courtyard garden ○ Reflection pool ○ Chapels and Sanctuaries ○ Prayer spaces ○ Columbaria ○ Ossuary - burial vaults ○ Crematorium ○ Reception areas
UPPER LEVEL CORRIDOR AND BURIAL CORE
GROUND FLOOR PLAN
ROOM STUDY OF CHAPEL
Room Study - Main Chapel Space The top chapel rises from the 7th to 11th floor on the west side of the building. Adjacent to the burial wall to the north, it views out to Portlandâ€™s west hills.
South 1/16" = 1'-0"
VIEW OF CHAPEL ON 7TH FLOOR
WHAT IS OregonBILDS? Affordable living residence Project Description OregonBILDS is an annual, collaborative design-build studio at the University of Oregon that connects students to building professionals, material vendors, city
community service agencies. Started in 2012, OregonBILDS has since built three homes. Rob Thallon co-teaches with another studio professor in the fall, where students can participate in the design studio, and focus on sustainable building practices. In the winter and spring, students finish the construction and prepare the home for a qualified low income family. Studio Fall 2015 Media AutoCAD, ArchiCAD, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Rhino
*Renderings completed by various students
Guiding Principles ○ Sustainable design ○ Natural lighting in living space ○ Outdoor garden and play space ○ Eyes on the street ○ Durable materials FRONT ENTRY
My Role In the OregonBILDS class, I was on the interior design team. I created the specifications for all of the interior and exterior materials and finishes. Due to this studio being a collaborative effort, my work on the CD set was handed over to the detail drawing coordinator, who after a series of red lines, sent them off to the City of Eugene for approval. SIDE GARDEN
Public vs. PUBLIC VS.Private PRIVATE
Connections TO to CONNECTIONS Outdoors OUTDOORS
Sunlight and Roofing SUNLIGHT AND Diagram ROOFING DIAGRAM
Light Sconces LIGHT SCONCES Barn Door BARN DOOR
APPLEPLY wood WOOD finish FINISH Appleply
BUTTERNUTSquash SQUASH paint PAINT COLOR Butternut color INTERIOR ELEVATION OF LIVING ROOM
VIEW TOWARD KITCHEN
VIEW TOWARD BACK OF LIVING SPACE
OregonBILDS Tech Build Winter term construction The Experience This was the second quarter of the OregonBILDS
opportunity to continue working on the project after the Fall design studio. During this term, students helped build the final design developed during the Fall by me and 16 other students. We worked with a contracted construction company from
First day on the site. Concrete foundation was poured. Students begin spreading gravel and mulch.
Students work to frame the floor and place the floor joists into place.
Students install the subfloor. MEP sub-contractors installed piping for plumbing and electrical.
the ground up to complete construction and prepare the home for the Spring quarter interior finishes class. By the end of the school year, the house was put on the market for qualified low income families. Advanced Tech Winter 2016 Website https://oregonbilds.uoregon.edu/
Students work on the roof sheathing.
Students pour and level the concrete planters.
Pre-manufactured trusses arrive and students install them.
Students frame the exterior walls.
Gypsum dry wall board arrives and is delivered.
Students lift exterior walls into place.
Students frame and lift the interior partition walls into place.
Students install roof rafters.
Students prepare the form-work for the concrete planters.
Students install the fiber-cement siding.
RAINY DAY CARE AND PLAY Vet Clinic and Doggy Daycare Project Description The studio allowed students pursuing the BArch and BIArch degrees to collaborate and design a veterinary clinic and pet care facility. The building site is a large warehouse space, with higher than normal floor to roof dimensions to allow for spatial variety. Large garage openings allowed students to experiment with strategic indoor/outdoor connections. Studio Spring 2016 Media AutoCAD, SketchUp, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, hand drawing *Full scale mock-up of room on page 22
17 Rainy Day
Care and Play
Vet Clinic and Doggy Daycare
WEST ELEVATION 1
Vet Clinic and Dog
Escape the rain and bring your pet to our vet clinic and boarding facility, or splash around in the puddles with your dog at our Doggy Daycare Center. Your pets will be treated like royalty here. We also provide a mobile health clinic with veterinarian staff on board, ready to bring your pet back to you in perfect health. Come to Rainy Day Care and Play for the proper care your pet deserves.
EVATIONS Guiding Principles
○ Functional poche ○ Preserve structural intent ○ Varying degrees of transparency
ENLARGED WEST ELEVATION OF 2 BAYS PARTI
MEZZANINE FLOOR PLAN
1. Doggy Daycare 2. Veterinary Clinic 3. Mezzanine and Staff
MATERIALITY LAB AND TREATMENT TILE
RECEPTION MARMOLEUM TILE
PLAY SPACE TURF
BATHROOMS / GROOMING TILE
MEZZANINE WOOD FLOORING
GROUND FLOOR PLAN
Reflected Ceiling Plan Scale: 1/8” = 1’
KEY: Celing Treatments
Top lighting Wall mounted - down
~ 18 feet
Acoustical ceiling tile
~ 13 feet
Wood, cloud ceiling
~ 12 feet
Drop ceiling Fan and Light
KEY: Floor - Celing Heights
~ 10 feet ~ 8 feet
REFLECTED CEILING PLAN
EBB AND FLOW University of Oregon Rowing Boathouse Project Description A wooded journey unveils a beacon of mystery and surprise. Shrouded by vines, the living landscape encapsulates the entrance, gradually revealing the rest of the building in transparent glimpses, one with the natural fabric of the environment. Proceeding further, the floor planes reach out to a panoramic view of the entire waterscape, stepping up and meandering along the terraced roof-scape. Studio Spring 2015 *revised Fall 2016 Media Revit, AutoCAD, Rhino, Revit, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator
STAIR TOWER MODEL
EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE OF REVIT MODEL
Guiding Principles ○ Form through simple geometry ○ Gradual reveal ○ Vertical intersects horizontal
DESIGN PROCESS MEDIA Mock-Up and Overlay Project Description In
Architecture studio for the Vet Clinic and Doggy Daycare, I chose a room within my design to mock up at full scale by taping out the layout of the room. The final product was an overlay of various media layered on top of the mocked-up room.
Design Media course Spring 2016 Media SketchUp, Adobe Photoshop, hand drawing
FINAL IMAGE WITH FURNITURE PLACE-HOLDERS
3D STUDIES Models Project Description These are Tectonic and Stereotomic hand-model studies. All of these models were inspired by acoustic spaces. The background image is intended to be a transformed hallway experience with rooms on either side. Occupiable Boundary Design of a corner facade in a city with a courtyard space. Plan Translations Two interpretations of the same plan.
Their designs were inspired by concert halls. Studio and Spatial Composition course Fall 2013 and Winter 2014 Media Balsa Wood, Museum Board, Foam Core
Growing media/soil Root Barrier Vegetation Drainage/water retention reservoir layer GrowingMulti-ply media/soil modified bitumen roof system (roof membrane) Root Barrier TPO - protection Drainage/water retentioncoverboard
Ground cover Flashing/Coping system Blocking/TPO coverboard and batt insulation Water retention mat Roof membrane and TPO 3” rigid insulation 10” post tension concrete floor slab
Spandrel glass Wind connection and support for sunshade
reservoir layer 3"sloped rigid insulation - the Multi-plysloped modified bitumen roof green roof assembly system (roof is formembrane) draining water in building mechanical systems TPO - protection coverboard
Flashing System with counter flashing
TPO - protection coverboard
Blocking Flashing System with counter flashing 1/2" plywood - taped at seams (air-barrier) TPO - protection coverboard
Bolt connection through embedded steel plate and concrete slab
ROOF INTERSECTION SCALE: 3/4” = 1’-0”
2” rigid insulation cavity
5/8" Dens Glass Fluid-applied air/water/vapor Flashing system and counter barrier flashing 3" mineral wool insulation Batt insulation
6" steel stud 3/8" gypsum Interior trim Level 3 28' - 4"
Kawneer 451 storefront and shim on slip track mullion with backer rod 24" diameter concrete column Kawneer10" 451 storefront post-tension and shimconcrete on slip track floor slab mullion with backer rod
24" diameter concrete column 10" post-tension concrete floor slab
Endicott- Norman brick Mortar joint
Soldier course- Endicott Brick veneer anchor tie - weep hole Modular brick and nail secured to steel stud Steel angle and embedded steel plate in 2" air gap Reson/plastic thermal bridgeEndicott connection to Soldier courseModular concrete brick and slab weep hole Flashing Steel angle and and drip
R Water a retention 3 i Roof mem and TPO1 c 3” rigid s insulation S 10” posts i concrete slab
2 Steel stud in structure insulation H h 2” rigid b insulations
Mortar joint 2" air gap
flashing Interior trim
Kawneer 1600 curtain wall system
Endicott- Norman brick anchor tie Brick veneer nail secured to steel stud
5/8" Dens 6" Glass steel stud gypsum Flashing 3/8" system and counter
Level 3 28' - 4"
Level 3 28' - 4"
Back-up steel structure: columns and HSS horizontal Wind vertical Connection Wide Flange support angle and support for sunshade
Fluid-applied air/water/vapor Wind Connection angle and support barrier for sunshade 3" mineral wool insulation
Wide-Flange vertical back-up structure
Steel stud structure
Kawneer 2" rigid 1600 insulation Steel stud Level 3 28' - 4" structure Air space 2" rigid Embedded insulation steel plate
Back-up steel structure: columns and HSS horizontal Bolt connection Wide Flange vertical Embedded through embedded support steel plate and steel plate concrete slab
10" post-tension 2 to 3 foot concrete floor slab Sunshade device
W Blocking r coverbo batt insu
1/2" plywood - taped at seams (air-barrier)
WRB - waterproof membrane
HSS horizontal back-up structure
3"slopedWRB rigid-insulation - the waterproof sloped green roof assembly membrane is for draining water in post-tension building 10" mechanical systems concrete floor slab
Steel stud parapet structure with batt insulation cavity
W HSS v horizonta back-upb structures
Wide-Flan vertical K back-upc structures
Kawneer curtain w system
embedded steeland plate in Sealant expansion joint - thermal air gap Reson/plastic bridge connection to Steep L-angle concrete slab Aluminum trim Flashing clipped and dripand bolted through steel angle Sealant and expansion joint - air gap Aluminum trim connection Steep L-angle to small L steel angle bolted Aluminum trim to window mullion clipped and bolted Sealant through steel angle Aluminum trim connection to small L steel angle bolted to window mullion
TECHNICAL DETAILS FOR ENCLOSURES/ FALL 2016 / PROFS. DON CORNER AND JOHN RO Sealant
AXONOMETRIC OF FACADE AND CONNECTIONS
SCALE: 3/4” = 1’-0” TECHNICAL DETAILS FOR ENCLOSURES/ FALL 2016 / PROFS. DON CORNER AND JOHN ROWEL
SKETCHES Freehand Drawing
28 Inner Passage Alaska Cruise
Rock and Roll Seattle Marathon 2013 St. Benedict’s Lodge Retreat Center
House of Parliament, London, U.K. Neuschwanstein, Germany Paris, France: Eiffel Tower, Seine River and Louvre
Silverdale, WA Portland, OR Eugene, OR
Basilica of St. Francis, Assissi, Italy
Columbia, MD Drum Corps Tour
Northeast Trip: NYC to Buffalo
Hawaii: Oahu and Big Island
Cousin’s farm in Itapé, Brazil
Chesapeake, VA Naples, Italy
Places I’ve Lived
Columbia, MD (1995 - 1998) Naples, Italy (1998 - 2001) Chesapeake, VA (2001 - 2004) Silverdale, WA (2004 - 2013) Eugene, OR (2013 - 2017) Portland, OR (2017 - present)
Fishing in Bahrain
Cathedral of Salamanca, Spain
I am currently pursuing a Bachelor’s of Architecture degree with minors in Art History and Spanish, and I will graduate Spring 2018. When I was young, my family moved every three years to a new home, and it wasn’t until moving near Seattle, WA in 2004 when the Pacific Northwest became the home closest to my heart. However, living in Italy broadened my appreciation for my Italian Catholic faith and culture, and traveling around the world helped create a foundation for who I am today. After four years in school, I am grateful to have studied at the University of Oregon School of Architecture and Allied Arts. Known internationally to have excelled in collaborative and sustainable design, the school has offered me a multitude of experiences that have broadened my professional interests. This portfolio contains samples of projects over the last four years from design studios and supplementary classes within the Architecture curriculum. In addition to the many models I’ve built, the drawings I’ve done and the projects I’ve completed, I’ve learned most from the conversations and interactions I’ve shared with professors and peers. I hope to continue to work in a collaborative atmosphere among people who share my interests for sustainable innovative design.
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