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Joaquín

Tobar

Martínez

Full Portfolio


My path has been quite different than that of the traditional designer, and it has made my experience all the richer. I was born and raised in El Salvador, where I started my architecture career before moving to the United States. In 2011, I took a long break to become a top international competitor in Fencing, representing my country at the Pan-American Games and missing my place in the Olympics by one spot. Afterwards, I resumed my architecture studies and graduated with honors at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco. NYC-SLV

CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF THE ARTS

INSTITUTO TECNICO RICALDONE EDUCATION

joaquintobar@gmail.com

UNIVERSIDAD DE EL SALVADOR

Technical & Vocational High School in Architecture

Bachelor of Architecture 17' COLLEGE OF SAN MATEO Architecture credits

Architecture

BUREAU V

VAMOS PROJECTS Construction Estimating

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

FLETCHER STUDIO LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING

Remotely SLV - US RICARDO DONAN ARCHITECT

1st job in NYC

CURTIS + GINSBERG ARCHITECTS LLP

2nd job in NYC - Multifamily Housing

Working from home since 3/11

INNERSPACE AD

Internship + Remote project from NY

Small commissions

Assistant

BUS STATION

PERSONAL PROJECTS

CABIN IN DUTCHESS COUNTY

Micro-library in El Salvador

Barn renovation in Upstate NY (artist studio)

Olympic Trials - LONDON 2012

HIGH PERFORMANCE FENCING ATHLETE

Olympic Trials - RIO 2016 2004

LOCATION

LA RAMA LIBRARY

El Salvador

2008

EL SALVADOR

2011

PALO ALTO, CA

2016

RENO, NV

2018

SAN FRANCISCO, CA

2019

2020

NEW YORK CITY

2021


1/20

DIGITAL FABRICATION PROFESSIONAL WORK a DESIGN BUILD/ INSTALLATIONS PROPOSITIONS

GRAPHICS, EXPERIMENTS & DRAWINGS STUDIO IN JAPAN REFERENCES

La Rama Library The Polymorph Pavilion / Digital Fabrication Emergent Constellations / Buoyant Ecologies Maldives Sinusoidal Rest / Structures on water Cabin in Dutchess County Bay Towers / Curtis + Ginsberg Architects LLP Vital Brooklyn + Astoria RFP / Curtis + Ginsberg Architects LLP North Fork Vineyard Masterplan / Bureau V Brooklyn Public Library / Bureau V Townhouse Extension in Brooklyn / Bureau V Condominium in Brooklyn / Bureau V Museum of Mundanities / Researching Research Market Street Prototype Festival / with Variable Projects Our Changing Climate / with Cheng+Snyder Tamanique Bus Station / Grant Design Village Competition / CSM Almost Familiar Forms / Workshop HO-Tech / Boom and Bust NY Mountain / The High Line Room for Rent / Student Housing CCA Library Fencing Takes Form Document Experiments Uptown Radio Logo / Columbia Journalism School Sketches / Line Drawings / Models SF Reservoir Playground Area / Fletcher Studio Cat in Tokyo / Studio abroad Japanese Pavilion / Analysis Professional and academic


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La Rama Library

Credits: Grant: Location: Project Cost: Size: Status:

Joaquin Tobar | Project Designer Gino Orlando | Landscape Architect Marlene Borja | Local Architect Marielos Villegas |Communications Davis Projects for Peace at International House NY Puerto de La Libertad, El Salvador $15K ~200 sq mt Built

I led a group of ten to design and build a canopy structure in the center of the town that serves as an open-air library and public space, where visitors can contribute and loan books on an honor system. While working a full-time job in New York, I labored tirelessly on nights and weekends with local architects, elected officials, consultants, and suppliers on a limited budget to realize the project. We had to be clever in using computational tools in combination with local materials and fabricators to achieve a compelling design. Using a single component, our team analyzed the structural performance when aggregating the module prior its assembly with SAP 2000.


lightweight structure

Kindergarten Books

Stage area Plinth

Public Restrooms


14x022 W-Shape End Elev MORE ROOM FOR TRIANGLES

13.0700

0.2500

8.0000

CANDIDATES 11.12.18 FOR FRAMING Structural analysis using Rhino and SAP 2000.

Column and Beam Detail - NTS

Photography: Diego Aragón

Photograph


hy: Joaquin Tobar Martinez

The books come from different parts of the world, making it a place for exchange and ongoing distribution of printed information. Books can be borrowed with the uncertainty of being returned to its original place. "The library does not have a defined entrance nor exit" and becomes a public closet that sits behind a police station or "recinto" and a gated kindergarten.

Triangular components made with sheet metal

Galvanized steel lightweight structure

Treated wood deck Concrete ramp "Flor de Mayo" tree

Concrete planters


Photography: Joaquin Tobar Martinez

Photography: Joaquin Tobar Martinez


Photography: Joaquin Tobar Martinez


The Polymorph Pavilion “Polymorph Pavilion was originally intended to be a completed freestanding structure, a six-legged composite shell designed to function as a shelter for casting projects. The team’s inability to complete the piece before the opening actually benefits the exhibition. The full-size components on display depict the work in various stages of completion: discrete, robotically cut foam blocks held within a frame, blocks pinned and glued into a solid panel, and a finished panel with a red polyurea coating. The heuristic nature of the installation is further emphasized by the presence of stray foam blocks that have migrated out of the first panel—thus inviting viewers to participate in the hands-on process of panel assembly.” Blaine Brownell, architectmagazine.com

“How Material Experimentation Can Go Well and Go Wrong” - architectmagazine.com Also: “From concrete to composites, Designing Material Innovation exhibit at CCA addresses questions about our past, present, and possible futures” - archinect.com


THE POLYMORPH PAVILION

Site Rendering

Studio Mission This advanced architectural design studio focused on the integration of form, performance, and fabrication within the context of a design/build project. Students worked collectively to research, develop, and fabricate a small experimental structure for CCA’s Backlot Casting Area. The resulting pavilion provides a sheltered space for casting concrete and plaster and serves as an icon for CCA by representing the institution’s strength in Digital Craft. Studio Structure

The Team

As a design/build studio, the studio was structured so that students had to work collaboratively throughout the term on a range of topic areas essential to the success of the collective project. As needed at different phases of the project, students formed small research and development teams within which each member of the team was responsible for specific tasks. In addition, students presented to each other and taught each other the skills necessary to work on labor-intensive tasks such as the manual and robotic foam cutting. A shared framework for how form, performance, and fabrication might be integrated was develoepd early in the term through a series of workshops focusing on parametric modeling, structural analysis, and robotics.

CCA 3 Instructors 8 BArch Students 6 MAAD Digital Craft Students Kreysler & Associates Bill Kreysler, Josh Zabel, Pat Sorensen WeCutFoam Tal Barnea Gloria Asaba Kiiza, BArch

Roshan Britto, MAAD

Andrew Kudless, Matsys

Joseph Chang, BArch

Jonathan Frederick, BArch

Trenton Jewett, BArch

Denita Irsjad, BArch

David Shook, SOM

Kow Ming-Hsuan Kao, MAAD

Victor Daofu Lu, MAAD

Javier Moctezuma Mendoza, MAAD

Bhavin Nagda, MAAD

Aaron Willette, Apple

Sasank Reddy, MAAD

Stephen Sanford, BArch

Joaquin Tobar-Martinez, BArch

Anh Vo, BArch


FUNICULAR SHELL

ANALYSIS The Casting Shell The Casting Shell

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2017 SP 2017 SP

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Trenton Jewett x Kow Kao Trenton Jewett x Kow Kao

Structural Analysis

From funicular shell to monocoque shell Base on previous research of different shell structural types, the refined shell mesh in its purest form exhibits traits of a funicular shell, where arched legs with distinctive axial behavior transfer load towards their base. However the upper geometry of the shell exhibits non-funicular property as the behavior becomes more flexural.

Karamba is fully embedded in the parametric design environment of Grasshopper, a plug-in for the 3d modeling tool Rhinoceros. This makes it easy to combine parameterized geometric models, finite element calculations and optimization algorithms.

Funicular Shell

Most funicular shell are done with masonry work, where each component carries greater structural load compare to the almost non-structural EPS foam blocks of this project. To mitigate that, a hard coating that encase the foam blocks is needed, which ressembles a monocoque structure, where loads are supported through external skin.

Elevation

Solar Analysis The entirety of the shell geometry is exposed to sunlight throughout the day, Structural Analysis with Karamba Karamba is a parametric structural engineering tool which allowing shading but also sufficient daylight under the shell for casting. Inforprovides accurate analysis of spatial trusses, frames and mal resting area can be formed by shadow casted by the external form. shells.

Analysing the shell By defining the properties of the materials used in this project (i.e. EPS foam, polyurea coating) such as weight, psi, deformation, then connecting to the mesh of the shell surface, a range of structural simulation can be preformed and tested to find the most optimal structural solution. Force of displacement, principle stresses and utilization are the key performance indicators in this case. The structure was tested under its own gravity load as well as a point load of 200lbs to evaluate the form and thickness needed for the shell to be structurally viable.

7:00 AM

10:00 AM

12:30 PM

Monocoque Shell 3:00 PM

Plan

Legend Displacement: The analysis shows that the displacement of the imported shell geometry under force of gravity is mostly concentrated on the leg part, with a maximum displacement < 4cm.

6:00 PM

Displacement Principle Stress 1: The analysis shows that the principle stress 2 of the imported shell geometry under force of gravity....

Coating Analysis Polyurea is an organic polymer that is the reaction of isocyanate with an amine terminated polyether resin, forming a plastic-like or rubber-like compound that may be used as hard coat protective shell over expanded polystyrene(EPS) for art projects and prop sets to protect the surface against abrasion, corrosion, while increase structural strength.

Principle Stress 1

Polyurea characteristics: Principle Stress 2: The analysis shows that the principle stress 2 of the imported shell geometry under force of gravity....

Waterproofing & Corrosion Protection

Structural Enhancement & Abrasion Resistance

No VOCs No odor

Chemical and Environmental Resistance

Temperature Tolerant -20°F to 250°F

Various Colour Options

Principle Stress 2 Utilization: The analysis shows that the utilization of the imported shell geometry are higher between the arches of legs where the stresses are concentrated.

1/8”

Utilization

1/16”

Conclusions

1/8”

• No structural issue detected when the structure is under its own self weight (gravity load). • Under a 200 lb point load the structure does not work as foam alone. It needs to be strengthened by a stiff coating. • The thickness towards the base can still be 6”, it is less of concerns since the behavior transforms to more axial.

Studio session at Digital Craft Lab

• The interior surface of the structure is the surface that transfers the load of the entire structure towards the base, not the exterior. Hence a thicker layer of polyurea coating should be applied to strengthen the structure. • The thickness of foam should be 6” minimum at the top where the shell behavior becomes more flexural, taken into account the material property of hard polyurea coating.

Front

Back

Coating Thickness Guide Base on the analysis of structural integrity of the shell, a coating guide is develped for the applicator to highlight the area that needs a thicker layer for structural reinforcement.


ROBOTICS Work Cell

Tool Paths Bounding Box Loaded At Safe Position

Vent Suction Fan Releases Air To Outside Plastic Sheething

22-Gauge Nichrome Wire Tool Path

Viewing Window End Effector Component Bounding Box Air Purifier

Bounding Box Towards Wire For Cutting

Hot wire cutter

Adjustable Power Suppy

Exhaust & Air Purification Vent

Vertical Face Cutting

Suction Fan

Unpurified Air Exaughsted To Outside Of The Building

Purified Air Released Back Into Work Cell

Fumes And Airsuctioned Into Vent And Out Of Work Cell

Air Purifier

Horizontal Face Cutting

Fumes And Air Not Suctioned By The Fan Are Suctioned By Air Purifier

Tool Path Path travelled while making a cut

EPS foam block and hot wire cutter

End Effector Iterations

Tangentail Offset Additional path travelled before approaching wire and after cut has been made to avoid component from being clipped by the wire

Cartesian Offset Path travelled to move the component out of the way of the wire so the component can be rotated for the next face cut

Finished Component Returned To Safe Position For Off Loading

Final End Efector Design Kuka Agilus KR900 Axis-6 Mounting Plate

Production Assembly

Metal Skewers

Foam Mounting Plate

Locking Pin

A1

Foam

Studio session at Digital Craft Lab

A3

A44 Foam Mounting Plate (Switchable)

A62 A61


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C A B

E

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Panel A Components: 76

255 270

315

375

255

270

270

A-34

570

A-46

465

A-35

270

300

270

525

A-23

375

375

A-45

270

A-22

A-33

375

A-11

255

270

465

A-44

A-10

A-21

A-32

270

420

A-43

300

270

270 375

375

270

375

A-42

465

A-20

A-31

A-30

270

270

420

A-41

270

465

A-9

315

A-19

270

255

270

A-29

255

270

A-18

465

375

270

A-8

270

315

255

225

465

A-40

255

225

225

420

A-39

270

A-7

375

A-28

270

270

300 375

315

A-6

A-17

315

A-27

A-26

A-38

270

255

270

255

300

375

375

A-16

315

375

A-25

A-37

465

315

A-5

270

255

270

255

270 375

A-36

A-4

A-15

A-14

465

315

A-24

A-3

315

270

A-13

375

420

375

A-2

255

225

315

255

315

A-1

A-12

300

270

225

225

315

A-0

525

A-47


onstraints. CONFLUENCE PARK PAVILION

FOAM MOLD

FOAM OFFCUT WASTE

Foam Lifecycle A shared framework for how form, performance, and fabrication might be integrated was developed early in the term through a series of workshops focusing on parametric modeling, structural analysis, and robotics.

Scrap that would be recycled is donated to CCA.

Krysler uses EPS foam for molds for large fiberglass structures.

Raw Petroleum is transformed in polystyrene & molded into EPS foam blocks.

Offcuts were transported from Kreyslers and Associates to CCA’s Digital Craft Lab where blocks were milled using analog and digital tools.

Refined Petroleum from offshore oil dredging.

Upcycling Upcycling is the inverse of recycling, which is the other half of the recycling process. Recycling involves converting materials and products into new materials of lesser quality. Most recycling involves converting or extracting useful materials from a product and creating a different product or material. This in turn produces are large amount of Carbon back into the Atmosphere. By upcycling the foam, it is keeping the foam in its original state thus reducing is carbon footprint.

Scrap Material

Clean EPS scrap foam is recycled into various polystyrene products

N Unrecyclable material is dumped in a landfill

Material Selection

Foam Shell Precedents Fiberglass Mold Transported To Confluence Park in San Antonio, Texas

EPS Mold for fiberglass

Hyperbody, Netherlands

Finish CNC Milling at Kreysler

Panels

Rough Hot-Wire Cutting at Kreysler

Panelization Scheme B: UV Mesh Dirty Offcuts were determined to be unusable for project

Foamdome by Thibault Schwartz

Clean offcuts are transported to CCA

Igloo By arhns Digital Design Center


Emergent Constellations Buoyant Ecologies Maldives Professors: Margaret Ikeda, Evan Jones Architectural Ecologies Lab at California College of the Arts Team: Eric Fura (M-Arch) Joaquin Tobar Martinez (B-Arch) Emergent Constellations proposed a structural responsive system that could negotiate with extreme weather scenarios. The Breakaway Mangrove and floating docks are integrated with dampers and switches designed to fail in case of disasters. Rather than isolating the project to an exclusive zone or providing housing with a regular typology, we saw and imagined the existing island as a resilient organism to be connected and made adaptable within a new infrastructure. This engagement to the island of Dhangethi is at once ecology, geology, habitation, food, energy, water and survival.


Floating Docks

Solar Canopy

Mangrove Nursery


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Urban strategy: extend existing island of Dhangethi

This floating urban community plan is designed for a tropical environment and an island way of living with naturally ventilated housing modules that are adaptable. The layout allows the integration of residents, visitors and researchers along the circulation path and maintains flexibility to encourage self-organization along the dock. The community has direct access to the ocean and adjacent coral reefs. Hydroponic rails offer fresh produce year round and the sea provides healthy options harvested using local techniques. The design provides for the long-term viability of the community both culturally and economically by utilizing sustainable technologies for energy and food production.

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Fabrication and Assembly

Material: Fiber reinforced polymer

Molds shipped from Fabricator in USA

Base Mold Special Mold

Final pieces from Base Mold

Roof

VARIABLE

The base molds allow for a variety of pieces and sizes The maximum span is 38 �

Deck

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Living

Hull Axonometric view of FRP components for housing unit and dock

View of interiors


LONG TERM HOUSING

DIVE SCHOOL

WIND ISLAND

“LAND” - COMMUNITY CENTER/MARKETPLACE

“FLOAT” - COMMUNITY CENTER/MARKETPLACE

MAINLAND WATER/POWER GENERATION

RESEARCH BREAKAWAY MANGROVE DOCKS

EDUCATION

PORT WEST

PORT EAST

PORT EAST

SHORT TERM HOUSING

Site Plan showing the extension of Dhangethi in a 4-Phase development

Extreme weather view during Monsoon Season

STRUCTURAL DETAILS 1

1

2

1

1 2

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3

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WATER STORAGE IN HOUSING UNITS TOTAL: SQUARE FT/UMBRELLA:

IRRIGATION TO HYDROPONICS

WATER STORAGE WITHIN DOCKS

151 UMBRELLAS 380 SQFT x 151 UNITS = 57,380 SQFT =5,386 SQ M 894 L/YR/SQ M 4,770,687 L/YR CONSUMPTION: POPULATION: 120 PEOPLE 20L/DAY 864,000 L 1 PVC PIPES 3,906,687 - ELECTRICAL GAIN: L/YR AND PLUMBING COLLECTION:

1 BREAKPOINT

1 MANGROVE ROOTED ON WATTLE SUBSTRATE

1 CURRENTS

2 CORROSION RESISTANT PIPE RACK

2 MANGROVE

2 WATTLE W/ROPE NATURAL WEAR

2 DOCKS

3 WATER CONNECTION TO HOUSING UNIT

3 WOODEN PLATFORM (BARGE)

3 BAMBOO DECK

3 BREAKPOIN

1 2

1


S AND TIDE

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STRUCTURAL DETAILS 1

1

2

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1 2

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1 PVC PIPES - ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING

1 BREAKPOINT

1 MANGROVE ROOTED ON WATTLE SUBSTRATE

1 CURRENTS AND TIDE

2 CORROSION RESISTANT PIPE RACK

2 MANGROVE

2 WATTLE W/ROPE NATURAL WEAR

2 DOCKS

3 WATER CONNECTION TO HOUSING UNIT

3 WOODEN PLATFORM (BARGE)

3 BAMBOO DECK

3 BREAKPOINT

Fish eye view of Breakaway Mangrove

1 2

1 2 1

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3 4

4 5

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6 2

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1 STRUCTURAL SOCKET

1 OBSOLECENT WATTLE

1 SPRING

1 FRP ATTACHED TO STEEL COLUMN

1 BREAKAWAY MANGROVE

2 SPRING W/ HARD LIMIT

2 ROPE NATURAL WEAR AND TEAR

2 FUSE

2 4” PVC PIPE & HOSE

2 BREAKAWAY DOCK

3 CORROSION PROTECTED CABLES/RODS

3 STRUCTURAL SOCKET

3 DAMPER (VISCOUS)

3 STEEL PLATE ANCHORED TO DECK

3 FLEXIBLE PIPES

4 TOP SURFACE OF DOCK

4 WELDED PLATE SUPPORT FOR COLUMN

4 TENSION CABLES

4 SMART RELEASE FUSE 5 BUOY

5 WATER CONTAINER

6 MOORING ANCHOR

6 FILTER


Sinusoidal Rest Design Media (Folly on Water) This project speculates in the fabrication and structures on land and water. The components are articulated into a large structure; located just a few meters offshore. It serves as a playground-rest area-overlook and a spot for surfers as they rest/search for the best tide.


Modify points

Modular surface

M Mo od du u ll ee A A gg gg rr ee gg aa ti ti o on n M o d u l e A g g r e g a ti o n Module a+b Module c

T h i s p r o j e c t s e e k s t o e x p l o r e t h e p o s s i b i l i ti e s o f a g g r e g a ti o n t o c r e a t e a l a y e r e d s u r f a c e t h a t p e r f o r m s a s a f o l l y. S t a r ti n g f r o m t h e a b s t r a c ti o n o f p r e v i o u s i m a g e and precendents, the basic modules and their c o n ti n u o u s a d d i ti o n c r e a t e s a n u n d u l a t e d s u r f a c e t h a t b l e n d s w i t h i t s h o s ti n g e n v i r o n m e n t .

sinusoidal rest L a tti c e - m o d u l e a + b

E x p l o r i n g d i ff e r e n t l o c a ti o n s , t h i p r o j e c t s e e k s t o blend dynamic surfaces with the hardscape. T h e c o n c e p t u a l i g n i ti o n d e p a r t s f r o m t h e d y n a m i c p e r c e p ti o n f r o m t h e t w o d i m e n s i o n a l i m a g e . The folly is installed beyond the breakpoint of Playa El Sunzal, one of the best spots for surfing i n L a ti n A m e r i c a . T h i s t h r e s h o l d a c ti v a t e s t h e i n t e r a c ti o n b e t w e e n s u r f e r s a s t h e y t r a n s i t l o o k i n g f o r t h e b e s t ti d e . The form evokes the movement of the water and t h e i d e a o f a r ti fi c i a l i s l a n d , a c ti v a ti n g b a c k a n d forth the view from the shore.

Intersect Subtract Offset

r e s t a r e a _ b o o l e a n o p e r a ti o n s

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break point


site plan

T h e s q u a r e p e r f o r m s a s a h o s t w h e r e t h e l a tti c e a n d c e l l s f o l l o w t h e c u r v i l i n e a r g e o m e t r y . T h e r o o ft o p i s a l s o w a l k a b l e , a l l o w i n g t h e v i s i t o r s t o d i v e f r o m t h e e d g e . e l e v a ti o n

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Cabin in Dutchess County Client:

Innerspace Architectural Design

Year:

2019 - 2021

Status:

Built

Team:

Innerspace Architectural Design (Lead PM & Client) Joaquin Tobar Martinez (Designer)

Seemingly a simple addition, the client's goal consisted of transforming the small and abandoned barn into an artist studio.


Existing

Proposed


Bay Towers - Far Rockaway Credits:

Curtis + Ginsberg Architects LLP

Status:

Under construction

Location:

Far Rockaways, NY

Project Team:

Tamar Kisilevitz RA, Associate (Project Manager) Joaquín Tobar Martínez (Project Architect)

I've joined this rehab project since schematic design to construction administration phases. The team coordination includes accessibility consultant, MEPF engineers, surveyors, waterproofing and structural engineers, as well as to lead the meetings with the client. On this project, I have developed a variety of functions and skills. Although a large part of the scope consists of the re-design of the central plaza, my role as a project architect includes the design of interior and common spaces, rehabilitation of units with tenants in place. The most challenging part has been during Covid-19.


Plaza under construction

Existing Plaza

Plaza under construction


EXISTING STAIRS

EXISTING ELEVATORS DROPPED SLAB

901 EXISTING CORRIDOR DIAGRAM CAMBER G.

1907

BAY TOWERS

0'

8'

16'

CONCEPT 1:

32'

ACTIVE DESIGN06/05/19 05/24/19

© 2019

CONNECTING EXITS

In this concept, Active Design spills out to existing corridors. A strong figure highlights the location of existing stairs.

CONCEPT CORRIDOR DIAGRAM 1 01 EXISTING 10 CAMBER G.

1907

BAY TOWERS

0'

8'

16'

32'


FINIShES:

Cove Moulding

DRD5

Ultra Slim 8" Surf

CROWN MO C-990

Gray Paint Exist. Door Frames

CEILING:

ShERWIN-WILLIAMS SW 7005 - WhITE

Accent color paint LED Recessed Strip lighting Ceramic Tile to match accent color; size TBD

LIGhTING F DRD5S8

WALLS:

ShERWIN-WILLIAMS SW 7005 - WhITE

Lumen Output (Po

1500 lm (24W), 2 Color Quality

90+ CRI, 2-step

Color Temperature

3000K

Module Diameter

ACCENT COLOR:

White Paint

8 inches

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ShERWIN-WILLIAMS SW 6767 AQUARIUM

Standards

JA8

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1118 E

EDGE TRIM SChLUTER

WALL BASE:

N+ WALL BASE 49N PIGEON

6” N+Wall Base DuChateau Floor

PERSPECTIVE VIEW OPTION A 01Interior EXISTING 11 Package CORRIDOR Sample CAMBER G.

1907

BAY TOWERS

© 2019

FLOOR:

ChAIR RAI VINYL

DUChATEAU VINYL TEMSON

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8'

16'


Vital Brooklyn RFP Credits:

Curtis + Ginsberg Architects LLP

Year:

2019

Role:

Designer (Exterior)

Program:

Mixed Use Multifamily Housing

One of my first contributions for a housing competition in NYC. Consisted of facade design, diagrams, and all renderings for the final RFP submission. Images: Partí diagrams, Perspective, Site Plan, Typical Plan, and Section Perspective.


ARCHITECTURAL SUBMISSION | TAB J

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MAXIMIZE F.A.R. AND LOT

CUT OUT SOUTH FACING

CL CL COVERAGE & ON240 DEEP NEW SITE COURTYARDS, PROVIDING LIGHT, AR OF SUPPORTIVE AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING, AR CLARKSON IS A MIXED-USE BUILDING PROVIDING UNITS A NEARLY 50,000 SQUARE FOOT COMMUNITY FACILITY HUB, KSO KSO AIR, & INCREASED VIEWS NA NA VEN AND INVITING TO THE PUBLIC AND BUILDING RESIDENTS, IT EMBRACES VEN D 7,600 SQUARE FEET OF COMMERCIAL SPACE. DESIGNED TO BE OPEN THE SPIRIT ON WHICH THE UE UE ARBY HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CENTERS WERE FOUNDED - TO SERVE THE COMMUNITY AND THE NEEDS OF ITS MOST VULNERABLE RESIDENTS.

SUNY BIOTECH INCUBATOR

ROPERTY GROUP | JERICHO PROJECT 3

CL GINSBERG ARCHITECTS LLP | JOANNA PERTZ LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE PC AR K EXPRESS MASSING AS DISCRETE

ELEMENTS THAT RESPOND TO SURROUNDING NEIGHBORHOOD SCALE & CONTEXT

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NA VEN

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4 MAINTAIN & ACTIVATE GROUND LEVEL STREET WALL BY PROVIDING FOR PROGRAMMATIC NEEDS OF NEIGHBORHOOD


ARCHITECTURAL SUBMISSION | TAB J

site plan

Program: Residential and Community facility Amenities: - 2nd floor outdoor terrace - Social Services

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SITE PLAN

PROJECT

P | JOANNA PERTZ LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE PC 2nd floor plan

SLATE PROPERTY GROUP | JERICHO PROJECT CURTIS+GINSBERG ARCHITECTS LLP | JOANNA PERTZ LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE PC

APRIL 30, 2019 2ND FLOOR PLAN APRIL 30, 2019


ARCHITECTURAL SUBMISSION | TAB

SLATE PROPERTY GROUP | JERICHO PROJECT CURTIS+GINSBERG ARCHITECTS LLP | JOANNA PERTZ LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE PC

SECTION PERSPECTIV

APRIL 30, 20


Astoria RFP Credits:

Curtis + Ginsberg Architects LLP

Year:

2019

Role:

Designer (Exterior)

Program:

Mixed Use Multifamily Housing

My contribution to this project consisted of the design for building floor plans, as well as exterior design elements. I was responsible for final graphics including all renderings of the final submission package. [Finalist]


ARCHITECTU

The

PHIPPS HOUSES | SUNNYSIDE COMMUNITY SERVICES

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ARCHITECTURAL SUBMISSION | TAB M

The

Amelanchier

PHIPPS HOUSES | SUNNYSIDE COMMUNITY SERVICES CURTIS+GINSBERG ARCHITECTS LLP | STARR WHITEHOUSE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS AND PLANNERS PLLC

SITE SECTIONS 12/19/19


ARCHITECTURAL SUBMISS


North Fork Vineyard Masterplan Credits: Bureau V + SCAPE Location: Suffolk, NY Status: Planning

Bureau V and SCAPE developed a master plan in Long Island, NY that consists of the design for 205-acres of vineyards, a winery building with tasting room, and estates. For this project, I was involved in research, architectural drawings, presentation diagrams, and renderings.


SEASONAL PROGRAMMING

Month Annual Temp Vineyard Wine Making

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Cool Dormant Vines

Aug

Vineyard Pruning

Bud Break

Aging (Taste tests and depends on type of grape)

Bloom and Berry Set Bottling

Agriculture

Oct

Nov

Dec Cool

Grape Harvest

Veraison Grape taste test

Destemmer/ Crush

Dormant vines Primary Fermentation

Fruits and Vegetables Harvest

Indoor Live Music

Program & Events

Sept

Warm

Indoor weddings Gallery

Outdoor Live Music Outdoor weddings Glamping Outdoor painting classes Yoga / Running Educational Tours Corporate retreats Art Shows Weddings Bird Watching tours Spa

Indoor Live Music Indoor weddings Artist Residence

Aging


Brooklyn Public Library’s Events Credits: Bureau V + SCAPE Location: Brooklyn, NY Status: Ongoing

Bureau V has trusted me to take the lead with the organization of cultural events for one of the main clients, the Brooklyn Public Library. As part of a series of temporary events -- BPL Presents -- my contribution on this project consiste in the layout design for a wide range of public talks and performances at the main lobby. The procedure included drafting, preparing documentation and close communication with the client, as well as the logistics required for DOB filing and approval.


Image credit:

BPL Presents - The People’s Ball Photo by Gregg Richards 12/1/18


PROJECT

EVENT NAME:

BPL PRESENTS

EVENT DATES: Wednesday, May 2, 2018 Sunday, May 6, 2018 Friday, May 11, 2018 OCCUPANCY LOAD:

EXIT FROM TEMPORARY PUBLIC ASSEMBLY SPACE

4:00pm to 11:00pm 9:00am to 3:00pm 4:00pm to midnight

FIRE HYDRANT / STAND PIPE

TLZ ARCHITECTURE DPC

NOT PART OF TPA REQUEST REFER TO SHEETS TPA () AND TPA () FOR INFORMATION ON TRAVEL PATHS, EMERGENCY LIGHTING, EXIT SIGNS AND OCCUPANCY.

100 West 14th Street, Third Floor New York, NY 10011 212.595.2193 I www.bureauv.com

PA

RK

W

AY

ARCHITECT

SAFE AREA (2 HOUR RATED ENCLOSURE)

550 PERSONS MAX

EVENT DESCRIPTION: THE EVENTS WILL INCLUDE PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS AND PERFORMANCE.

STAIR D

BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY Central Branch 2 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn, NY 11238

LEGEND

TEMPORARY PLACE OF ASSEMBLY (TPA) EVENT DETAILS:

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TEMPORARY PLACE OF ASSEMBLY NOTES:

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L A IC N TA

[C26-801.7] 27-531 Seating in Assembly Space: All seating in assembly spaces shall conform to the following: A. Seating arrangements - Except as otherwise provided in this subchapter, all seating shall be arranged in rows to provide for orderly egress. 1.CHAIR SEATING - Seating patterns employing individual chairs shall comply with the following: a. In assembly spaces where net floor area, exclusive of stage area, is more than twelve square feet per person, individual movable chairs may be used. Not more than twelve chairs shall be used in any row between aisles. b. The minimum distance between centerlines of chairs in the same row shall be nineteen inches. c. Performance viewing positions shall be provided for person who use wheelchairs in accordance with the following schedule. Capacity of Assembly Space Number of Viewing Positions 401 to 500 min. 9 (10 provided)

G

STAIR L SAFE AREA STAIR C

EN D R A

TPA AREA 550 PERSONS (1ST FLOOR)

PARKING LOT

EXIT #5 EXIT #4 FE

SA

EA

AR

DN

STAIR H

[C26-801.9] 27-533 Travel Distance: At least one exit opening shall be available from every attached seat or standee space in an assembly space, or from the most remote point in the space when movable seats are provided or, when no seats are provided, within the primary travel distance limitation listed in table 8-1. In addition, an alternate exit opening shall be available from every attached seat or standee space, or from the most remote point when attached seats are not provided within the secondary travel distance limitation listed in table 8-1. Such alternate exit openings may serve to satisfy the requirements for primary travel distance for other seats or locations. Exit openings satisfying the primary and secondary travel distance requirements fro any one seat or location shall be separated from each other by a distance of at least twenty-five feet. A. Travel distance shall be the measured distance along centerlines of paths of travel to the centerline of the exit opening, as adjusted by penalties for multi-directional or stepped travel as provided below. 1.Not more than three changes in direction of travel shall be permitted in the path of travel to an exit opening. A change in direction shall be deemed to occur when it is necessary to change direction by a forty five degrees or greater angle, measured from the preceding line of travel, except that it shall not be considered as a change in direction when it is necessary in an aisle or cross aisle to travel in another direction not more than seven feet.

EXIT #6

STAIR B

UP

STAIR M

NO SMOKING SIGN LOCATIONS

EXIT #1

EXIT #3

STAIR K

STAIR G

EXIT #2

OPEN PLAZA

STAIR I

STAIR A

[C26-801.10] 27-534 Exit Openings: A. Capacity - The capacity of exit openings shall be listed as in table 8-1, based on the number of occupants for whom the opening satisfies the primary travel distance requirement.

DATE

ISSUED FOR:

4/16/2018

TEMPORARY PLACE OF ASSEMBLY APPLICATION

1.0 PROJECT ADDRESS 2 EASTERN PARKWAY BROOKLYN, NY 11238

2.0 LEGAL DESCRIPTION

SCALE: 1/30" = 1'-0"

2

BLOCK: 1183 ZONE: R6

FLATBUSH AVENUE

N

OCCUPANCY TABLE - GROUND FLOOR P.A. SPACE

NOTES SOME PRIMARY AND SECONDARY TRAVEL DISTANCES SHARE SAME PATH. THE LENGTH IS SHOWN NEAR POINT OF COMMENCING TRAVEL. OCCUPANCY GROUP A-4: ASSEMBLY USES FOR INDOOR EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES WITH SPECTATOR SEATING.

TRAVEL DISTANCE CHART - GROUND FLOOR LEVEL (BASED ON CODE TABLE 8-1) PRIMARY SECONDARY

OCCUPANCY GROUP

PLAN DESIGNATION

MAXIMUM TRAVEL DISTANCE ALLOWED (27-533) 100 LF MAX SEE DRAWING TPA-002 125 LF MAX SEE DRAWING TPA-002

1968 CODE F-3 ASSEMBLY

LOBBY

AREA OF P.A. SPACE (EXCL. CIRCULATION SPACES) IN SF

FLOOR AREA PER OCCUPANT

MAXIMUM OCCUPANT LOAD

PROPOSED OCCUPANT LOAD

8335

10

833

550

TOTAL REQUIRED (FEMALE):

EXIT # EXIT 1 -MAIN ENTRY/EXIT EXIT 2 EXIT 3 EXIT 4 EXIT 5 EXIT 6

DOOR WIDTH X NO. OF DOORS TOTAL EXIT UNITS PERSONS PER EXIT UNIT MAX. NO. OF OCCUPANTS 64" X 2 (2.5 x 2) = 5.0 80 5 X 80 = 400 36" X 1 (1.5 x 1) = 1.5 80 1.5 X 80 = 120 48" X 1 (2 x 1) = 2 80 2 X 80 = 160 36" X 1 (1.5 x 1) = 1.5 80 1.5 X 90 = 120 36" X 1 (1.5 x 1) = 1.5 80 1.5 X 90 = 120 36" X 1 (1.5 x 1) = 1.5 80 1.5 X 90 = 120 TOTAL EXIT CAPACITY OF GROUND FLOOR LEVEL EXIITS 13 X 80 = 1040 PERSONS

1 PER 35 FOR FIRST 210 1 PER 65 FOR REMAINDER

1 PER 200

7

2

2 (TOTAL)

4 7

2 2

4

PROPOSED: MALE FEMALE

SCALE: NTS

1

2 16C

DATE

NO.

REVISION

N

Project Name

EXIT CAPACITY CALCULATION (TABLE 8-1) OUT OF P.A. SPACE - GROUND FLOOR

PLUMBING FIXTURE CALCULATIONS AS PER TABLE 403.1 OF NYC BUILDING CODE PROPOSED OCCUPANCY LOAD: 550 PERSONS (275 MALES AND 275 FEMALES) REQUIRED: DRINKING FOUNTAIN MALE WATER CLOSETS LAVATORIES 1 PER 200 1 PER 500 1 PER 70 FOR FIRST 210 1 PER 125 FOR REMAINDER 2 TOTAL REQUIRED (MALE): 2 (TOTAL) 4 FEMALE

LOCATION PLAN

LOT: MAP:

1040 PERSONS EXCEEDS THE PROPOSED QUANTITY OF 550

BUILDING INFORMATION - BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY ADDRESS BLOCK & LOT NUMBER OF STORIES BUILDING HEIGHT IN FEET LANDMARK STATUS CONSTRUCTION CLASSIFICATION BUILDING OCCUPANCY GROUP CLASSIFICATION FIRE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT ZONING DISTRICT ZONING MAP COMMUNITY BOARD

2 EASTERN PARKWAY, BROOKLYN, NY 11238 BLOCK 01183 / LOT 2 4 62 THE BROOKLYN CENTRAL LIBRARY BECAME A NYC LANDMARK IN 1997, AND ADDED TO THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES IN 2002 1 (PRIOR TO THE 1968 BLDG CODE) PUB (PRIOR TO 1968 BLDG CODE) SPRINKLER SYSTEM/STANDPIPE SYSTEM R-6 GENERAL RESIDENCE DISTRICT 16C 355

BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY Scale:

AS NOTED Drawing Title:

LOCATION PLAN, SITE PLAN, AND PA CALCULATIONS Seal & Signature:

Date: Project No.: Drawing By: Chk By:

4/16/2018 171031 PZ LT

Dwg No.:

TPA-001

© 2018 TLZ ARCHITECTURE DPC

SITE PLAN


STAIR D

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PROJECT

BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY Central Branch 2 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn, NY 11238

PA RK W

LIMITED TO LOBBY ON GROUND FLOOR ONLY (550 PERSONS + 16 CERTIFIED FIRE GUARDS)

ARCHITECT

TLZ ARCHITECTURE DPC

EA ST ER N

LEGEND

B

EXIT FROM TEMPORARY PUBLIC ASSEMBLY SPACE

O

EXIT LIGHT

TA

N

IC

FG

A

EM

L

A

PARKING LOT

STAIR L

EN

NOT PART OF TPA REQUEST

DN

8' 3' Y 9 11 AR RY IM DA PRCON SE

TEMPORARY PLACE OF ASSEMBLY APPLICATION

10' PR IMA

4'-4"

10

"

ISSUED FOR:

4/16/2018

6'FG

INTERCHANGE CAFE

98' WORK ROOM 1

EXIT #2 36" 120 PEOPLE

STAIR K

EXIT #3

MENS TOILET

STORAGE

STAIR G

FG

FG

DOOR = 1.5 X 1 = 1.5 EXIT UNITS

UP

STAIR M

RY FG

EXIT #2

STAIR A

DATE

STORAGE

DA

MUNI ID

4'-6"

ON

FG

P RE

SECONDARY 116'

ND

PA

DOOR = 2.5 X 2 = 5 EXIT UNITS

T

EA

EXIT #1 64" 200 PEOPLE

EXIT #1

6'-3"

SEC

16'

Y1

AR

ND

CO

96' PET RY RED CAR

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MAIN ENTRY/EXIT

LOBBY

IMA

PR

NO PERMIT IS REQUIRED FOR TEMP. STAGE SMALLER THAN 400 SQ. FT., AS PER §28-111.1.1.

INFORMATION COMMONS

FG

FG

SE

PRIM

EXIT #1 64" 200 PEOPLE

OPEN PLAZA

FG

5'-4"

STAIR B

FG

TEMPORARY STAGE: (25) 4FT X 4FT PLATFORMS TOTAL AREA: 384 SQ. FT.

4'-4"

3'-0

"

12"

BAR

RY 1

5"

5'-

DOOR = 1.5 X 1 = 1.5 EXIT UNITS

FG

STAIR H

FG

"

EXIT #6

ARY

R EA

F

6 4'-

96'

SECONDARY EXIT ROUTE AND DISTANCE

EA

DOOR = 1.5 X 1 = 1.5 EXIT UNITS

SA FG

SECURITY

EXIT #4

FG

PRIMARY EXIT ROUTE AND DISTANCE

SECONDARY XX'

EXIT #4 48" 120 PEOPLE

5'-6"

WOMENS TOILET

FOOD

SAFE AREA (2 HOUR RATED ENCLOSURE)

PRIMARY XX' COMPUTER SEMINAR ROOM

EM

EXTENT OF PUBLIC ASSEMBLY SPACE

DOOR = 1.5 X 1 = 1.5 EXIT UNITS

STAIR C

EXIT #6 36" 120 PEOPLE

ACCESSIBLE SEATING

D

EXIT #5

SAFE AREA

EXIT LIGHT W/ EMERGENCY LIGHT

FIRE EXTINGUISHER

R

EXIT #5 36" 120 PEOPLE

WORK ROOM

FIRE GUARD

FIRE HYDRANT / STAND PIPE

G

YOUTH WING VESTIBULE

100 West 14th Street, Third Floor New York, NY 10011 212.595.2193 I www.bureauv.com

EM

PRIMARY 75'

EM

DOOR = 2 X 1 = 2 EXIT UNITS

LOADING DOCK

EXIT #2 48" 160 PEOPLE

RECEIVING ROOM

DATE

NO.

REVISION

VESTIBULE CORRIDOR

FG

CORRIDOR

STAIR I

EM

Project Name

LANGUAGES, LITERATURE, & FICTION

TELECOM

PASSPORT SERVICE CENTER

EM

BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY

MENS LOCKER & TOILET

WOMENS LOCKER & TOILET

Scale:

1/16" = 1' - 0" Drawing Title:

FIRST FLOOR EGRESS PLAN SEATING ARRANGEMENT 3 Date: Project No.:

FIRST FLOOR - TRAVEL DISTANCE & EXITS SCALE: 1/16" = 1'-0"

1

N

Drawing By: Chk By:

4/16/2018 171031 PZ LT

Dwg No.:

TPA- 103

© 2018 TLZ ARCHITECTURE DPC

Seal & Signature:


Condominium in Williamsburg Credits: Bureau V (DBA TLZ Architecture) Location: Brooklyn, NY Status: Built

Assisted principals at Bureau V with sketches, site visits (documenting the construction process) and post-production of presentation materials for condominium in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.


a. Storefront door

b. Rainscreen wrapping guardrail (rooftop)


Townhouse Extension in Brooklyn Credits: Bureau V (DBA TLZ Architecture) Location: Brooklyn, NY Status: Built (2020)

Assisted principals at Bureau V with a residential renovation. I was able to work across multiple scales --plans, sections, details--with the structural engineer and general contractor. The residence is located in Bedford-Stuyvesant and construction was completed in 2019.


PROJECT

6" FIBERGLASS BATT INSULATION STEEL STUD RE: STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

L 4X4X5/16" STIFFENER PLATE CUT TO FIT @24" O.C.

2-SEAL TIE ANCHORED TO WOOD BLOCKING BETWEEN STEEL STUDS (TYP)

5/8" DIA BOLT @ 34" O.C. SLOTTED HOLES FOR ADJUSTMENT

BRICK VENEER

BRICK VENEER

1 1/16" AIR GAP

1 1/16" AIR GAP

THROUGH WALL FLASHING

100 W 14th St.

CONTINUOUS L8X8X1/2" ANGLE AT WINDOW HEAD AND OVERHANG

3rd Floor New York, NY 10011 STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

THROUGH WALL FLASHING

5/8" DIA BOLT @ 34" O.C. SLOTTED HOLES FOR ADJUSTMENT

L3X3X5/16" STIFFENER PLATE CUT TO FIT @ 24" O.C.

TLZ Architecture

2-SEAL TIE ANCHORED TO STEEL FRAMING

WOOD BLOCKING AS REQUIRED

176 MONROE ST Brooklyn, NY 11216 ARCHITECT

2" RIGID INSULATION

(2) 5/8" LAYERS GWB

2" RIGID INSULATION

176 MONROE ST

(1) 5/8" LAYER GWB

OUTSIDE

INSIDE

2"

ENGINEERING

PC

(1) LAYER 5/8" CEMENT BOARD

CONTINUOUS L7X4X3/8" ANGLE AT WINDOW HEAD AND OVERHANG

CODE

J CALLAHAN CONSULTING INC 299 BROADWAY, SUITE 1420

RE: STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS (1) 5/8" CEMENT BOARD

NY, NY 10007

DETAIL AT HEADER 3" = 1'-0"

DETAIL AT OVERHANG 3" = 1'-0"

4

2

PH 212 766 2115 / FX 212 766 2787

BRICK VENEER 3"X3/4" WOOD BLOCKING

5"

EXTERIOR DECK 3/4" WOOD FLOOR

THROUGH WALL FLASHING

3/4" PLYWOOD SHEATHING INSIDE

THROUGH WALL FLASHING

INSIDE

(1) 5/8 " GWB SHEATHING OUTSIDE

2" RIGID INSULATION 1 1/16" AIR GAP 2-SEAL TIE ANCHORED TO STEEL FRAMING

176 MONROE ST

OUTSIDE 1 1/16" AIR GAP HB 2-SEAL TIE ANCHORED TO STEEL FRAMING IN 16" GRID ALL PENETRATIONS TO BESEALED PROSOCO FAST FLASH AT ALL JOINTS AND PENETRATIONS

176 MONROE ST Brooklyn, NY 11216

DATE

ISSUED FOR:

10/10/18

(2) 5/8" LAYERS GWB

Drawn By:

BRICK VENEER

JT

Checked By:

LT

Scale:

(2) 5/8" GWB SHEATHING

3"=1'-0"

3/4"

Drawing Title:

RE: STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

SK-01B WINDOW DETAILS Seal & Signature:

RE: STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

DETAIL AT FIXED PANEL 3" = 1'-0"

3

DETAIL AT THRESHOLD 3" = 1'-0"

1

© 2013 TLZ ARCHITECTURE, DPC

2"

3/4" PLYWOOD SHEATHING

3/4"

3/4" WOOD FLOOR

3/4"

1-1/4" X 3/4" WOOD BLOCKING

3/4"

BRICK VENEER

5"

2" RIGID INSULATION


BRICK VENEER

PROJEC

REINFORCEMENT WIRE

BRICK VENEER

HB 2-SEAL TIE ANCHORED TO STEEL FRAMING IN 16" GRID ALL PENETRATIONS TO BE SEALED PROSOCO FAST FLASH AT ALL JOINTS AND PENETRATIONS

2" RIGID INSULATION

ARCHITECT

TLZ

(2) 5/8" GWB SHEATHING

2" RIGID INSULATION

100 W 14th

WOOD FRAMING AS REQUIRED

(2) 5/8" GWB SHEATHING

3rd Floor

STEEL COLUMN SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

2" WOOD FRAMING BRICK VENEER

2" RIGID INSULATION

5/8" X 3/4" WOOD SHIM

STEEL STUDS 6" THERMAFIBER SAFB INSULATION IN CAVITY R=14.8

3/4"

2"

WINDOW FRAME BY A & S

CENTER LINE STUD WALL

6" THERMAFIBER SAFB INSULATION IN CAVITY R=14.8

CENTER LINE STUD WALL

CODE

J CALL

CAULKING, BLOCKING AND FASTENERS FOR WINDOW BY G.C.

299 BROADWA NY, NY 10007

5/8" GWB

2' - 1 1/2" TO WALL STUD

STRUCTUR

5/8" GWB

1" WOOD BLOCKING

STEEL STUDS

New York,

STUCCO

BRICK VENEER

5/8" X 7/8" WOOD SHIM

7/8"

176 MON Brooklyn

2-SEAL TIE ANCHORED TO STEEL FRAMING

1 1/16" AIR GAP

5/8" GWB

176

1 1/16" AIR GAP

REINFORCEMENT WIRE

PH 212 766 2115

FINISHED OPENING

FINISHED OPENING ROUGH OPENING

ROUGH OPENING

DETAIL AT WALL 3" = 1'-0"

DETAIL AT WALL

4

3" = 1'-0"

3

2 SK-01B

72.15'

176

15'-5 3/4" ROUGH OPENING

SECOND FLOOR

176 MON Brooklyn

15'-4 1/2" FINISHED OPENING

6 3/4"

5'-10"

15'-4 1/2" FINISHED OPENING 1'-2 7/8"

3'-0"

2'-1 1/2" STUD TO WOOD BLOCKING

11'-1 5/8"

4

DATE

6 3/4"

SK-01

3 SK-01

5/8"

11'-1 5/8"

3'-0"

1'-2 7/8"

10/10/18 Drawn By:

JT

Scale:

AS N

5/8"

Drawing Titl

SK

Seal & Sign

2A

FIRST FLOOR

1

3

SK-01B

SK-01B

4 SK-01B

2 SK-02

60.65' 5'-10"

PARTIAL ELEVATION 3" = 1'-0"

2

PARTIAL DETAIL PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

1


Interior Perspective

Construction in progress 12/10/18


[DESIGN BUILD /


/ INSTALLATIONS]


Museum of Mundanities Project Credits: Ephrata Deneke, Shailee Shah, and Rachael Hammond.

We propose to install a series of temporary exhibits at the Inner Sunset in San Francisco by using domestic objects donated from community members. The objects are carefully selected, and studied, so they attract the visitor's attention as they walk around the invisible crystal box. At first it seems rigid, but as visitors approach they perceive objects can be seen closer--even touched. There is an intrinsic association to the inmediate domestic environment around the objects, while our team has the experience of removing the object’s functionality by placing it on display and merging them with other surfaces. The Museum of Mundanities uses museum tropes to highlight everyday domestic objects, displacing them into the public realm to create conversation and activate interstitial spaces. The final project for Researching Research consisted in small interventions at the Inner Sunset in San Francisco. We’ve developed a series of projects in collaboration with Build Public as part of our investigations on public space and tool for community engagement.


Premier Fencing Academy

Premier Fencing Academy Recreational and Competitive Classes Fencing Lessons Summer and Winter Fencing Camps Birthday Parties After School Programs Schedule: Mon- Fri - 3pm - 9pm Saturday - 9am - 1pm Sunday closed

pfafencing.com (915)514-1150

Graphic design for client Premier Fencing Academy, Sacramento, CA. 2016

Photo credit: Kristiyan Hristov 0

Market Street Prototype Festival

1

3

6

10ft

dimensions:

81”

192”

Collaborated with Variable Projects and professor Adam Marcus to complete the installation of “Glimmer” in 2015. This structure was part of the Market Street Prototype Festival in San Francisco. Project credits: Variable Projects and CCA Architecture students Photo credits: Joseph Chang and Adam Marcus


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Our Changing Climate - Shrem Manetti Museum - 10’x10’ Overall area - 8” Grid of rods - Implied rods lines drawn on floor - Fiberglass/aluminum rods to ceiling - anchored on ground? - 24” diameter clear acrylic circles - Focus areas San Francisco Los Angeles Davis - 3 or 4 layers per Focus area

Suspended Layered Map

Exhibition at Manetti Shreem Museum in Davis, CA. This work consisted on the compilation and curation of high resolution images for the interactive installation “Our Changing Climate.” The nature of this project allowed visitors to engage with the piece by using social media.

Project credits: Cheng+Snyder, Jennifer Tai and UC Davis students


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Tamanique Bus Station

The mix of activities transformed a reclaimed bus station built during the civil war (1979-1992) into a more dynamic public space. The proposed elements for the informal vendor are placed under the same roof, transforming the station into a de facto public forum. This project took place in Tamanique, a small beach town in La Libertad, El Salvador.

Rocks from El Zonte Beach 5 min from station

Project credits: JT, Gino Orlando and Joseph Magsaysay.


Design Village Competition SLO - 1st Place

The design and construction of this structure was possible through the support of College of San Mateo, AIA San Mateo, and Facebook Inc. The structure consists in the assembly of recycled plastic planters, as well as galvanized steel tubes to create a temporary shelter. This was part of Design Village competition in San Luis Obispo.

Plastic planter to component / same logic as main structure Project credits: George Sun, John Lucchesi Students: Gino Orlando, Krongkgan Klabkaeo, Federico Albarracin, Ricki Anderson and Guillermo SanMiguel


Almost Familiar Forms - workshop

An intensive workshop with puppets, a house, and the possibilities of a short film. Almost Familiar Forms; a workshop with Andrew Hoder at California College of the Arts, 2016


[ACADEMIC WORK]


HO-Tech BOOM+BUST cycles are in the very DNA of capitalism and are experienced all over the world in varying degrees and for a wide range of reasons. However, these cycles create highly unsustainable and unstable built contexts that raise complicated and intriguing challenges for architecture as unpredictable futures lie in wait. We tested our work with likely future scenarios: radical switch in uses, evolution over time, and significant additions. We investigated the architectonic, programmatic, spatial and aesthetic opportunities of flexible, adjustable, open-ended and/or explicitly unfinished buildings. Our explorations include the implications of these ideas and strategies on program allocation, spatial ordering, form, tectonics, systems, and material and technical choices. Finally, the projects that emerge from this research seek to be beautiful, spatially rich, materially responsible, and exciting actors in their contexts.


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NEW STRUCTURE

FACADE / STRUCTURE / EGRESS

Insert Concrete Pillars and Base to support Ver�cal Loads of new building above

Integrate Scaffolding system with framing to provide a rigid system. Allow circula�on to be part of the system. Discharge on Valencia St and San Jose St.

CONTEXT Located in the Mission District, the site has dynam�de�A��ro�ria�on Pro�ect with the economic, ic condi�ons that intersect Bruce Tomb social exchange within the larger system of the city of San Francisco

ENVELOPE: CARGO CONTAINERS

MISSION DISTRICT, SAN FRANCISCO

Re-purpose shipping containers to be reused as o�ce spaces, learning facili�es and computer labs. The cargo containers are being supported by the integra�on of Bar Joists. These loads are directed to the scaffolding system and the pillars to Sub-structure.

The HOTECH Company is appropriately sheepish about the gentri�ca�on of the neighborhood, and have set aside space and staff �me to provide tech �ob training to long-�me

residents of the neighborhood and an a�er-school training BOOM+BUST | DRAWINGS program for neighborhood high school kids.

Ground Floor HOTECH

HOTECH + LEARNING

HOTECH + LEARNING

HOTECH

MULTI PURPOSE HOTECH + COMMUNITY

HOTECH

RESTAURANT LIVING SPACE FOR 2 FAMILIES

STRUCTURAL FRAME / SERVICES

Auditorium

PROGRAM

Insert a new structural moment frame with elevator and services included

Bar-Cafe level

Repository level

Cross Section

Basement, Data Racks

SECTION A

REUSE

SURFACE Provide a new walkable layer from exis�ng Roof surface. Exis�ng skylight opening to remain

Reuse 75% of the original building. Less disposal of material and a give back to the community as a Repository area.

La�n food restaurant and brewery >ŽƐ'ĂƟƚŽƐ

Demolish|Por�on of Facade to allow accessibility

Maximi�e the circula�on by crea�ng a 3-way staircase connec�ng the public access to the second floor and Tomb�s pain�ng studio at the ground floor.

Insert| Ramp and staircase from street to level 0 + 5� on Valencia St.

Insert Concrete Pillars and Base to support Ver�cal Loads of new building above

CIRCULATION

Facade Embed| A Series of Concrete Pillars that follow

NEW STRUCTURE

CONTEXT Located in the Mission District, the site has dynamic condi�ons that intersect with the economic, social exchange within the larger system of the city of San Francisco


o�ce spaces, learning facili�es and computer labs. The cargo containers are being supported by the integra�on of Bar Joists. These loads are directed to the scaffolding system and the pillars to Sub-structure.

REUSE Reuse 75% of the original building. Less disposal of material and a give back to the community as a Repository area.

MISSION DISTRICT, SAN FRANCISCO

La�n food restaurant and brewery >ŽƐ'ĂƟƚŽƐ

BOOM+BUST | DRAWINGS

The HOTECH Company is appropriately sheepish about the gentri�ca�on of the neighborhood, and have set aside space and staff �me to provide tech �ob training to long-�me residents of the neighborhood and an a�er-school training program for neighborhood high school kids.

CIRCULATION Maximi�e the circula�on by crea�ng a 3-way staircase connec�ng the public access to the second floor and Tomb�s pain�ng studio at the ground floor.

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HOTECH HOTECH + LEARNING

Integrate | Egress to be integrated with structure. The scaffolding system provides a layer that can be inhabited for circula�on, service, various ob�ects placement and contempla�on

HOTECH + LEARNING

MULTI PURPOSE HOTECH + COMMUNITY

NEW STRUCTURE

Insert| Ramp and staircase from street to level 0 + 5� on Valencia St.

HOTECH

Insert Concrete Pillars and Base to support Ver�cal Loads of new building above

Auditorium

RESTAURANT LIVING SPACE FOR 2 FAMILIES

Bar-Cafe level

Repository level

PROGRAM

CONTEXT

Insert a new structural moment frame with elevator and services included

Located in the Mission District, the site has dynamic condi�ons that intersect with the economic, social exchange within the larger system of the city of San Francisco

Basement, Data Racks

Embed| A Series of Concrete Pillars that follow

SECTION Aexis�ng grid to provide structure for new building

Buffer

on top. This will serve as a podium

DAYLIGHT AND VENTILATION The poten�als of natural ven�la�on and solar gain have been achieved through a layered envelope that works as a buffer that can be inhabited as well

STRUCTURAL FRAME / SERVICES

SURFACE Provide a new walkable layer from exis�ng Roof surface. Exis�ng skylight opening to remain

REUSE

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Reuse 75% of the original building. Less disposal of material and a give back to the community as a Repository area.

La�n food restaurant and brewery >ŽƐ'ĂƟƚŽƐ

Maximize| Circula�on nodes within structural grid for efficiency

Precedents

CIRCULATION Maximi�e the circula�on by crea�ng a 3-way staircase connec�ng the public access to the second floor and Tomb�s pain�ng studio at the ground floor.

Demolish|Por�on of Facade to allow accessibility

BOOM+BUST | DRAWINGS

8

NEW STRUCTURE

Insert| Ramp and staircase from street to level 0 + 5� on Valencia St. Integrate | Egress to be integrated with structure. The scaffolding system provides a layer that can be inhabited for circula�on, service, various ob�ects placement and contempla�on

Auditorium

FRONT ELEVATION

Humanidade Pavilion, Carla Juacaba Loca�on� Forte Copacapana, Rio de Janeiro 2012

HOTECH

Insert Concrete Pillars and Base to support Ver�cal Loads of new building above

Permeability and Impermanence.

CONTEXT Located in the Mission District, the site has dynamBar-Cafe level ic condi�ons that intersect with the economic, social exchange within the larger system of the city of San Francisco

Embed| A Series of Concrete Pillars that follow 8 exis�ng grid to provide structure for new building on top. This will serve as a podium

HOTECH

The existing police station is transformed into a Hub for the Mission District in San Francisco. The first level serves as repository. A Cafe on the second level, and the remaining levels are reserved for learning spaces. Repository level

Basement, Data Racks

SECTION A

Buffer

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TOMB 1

TOMB 2

DAYLIGHT AND VENTILATION

The site is changeable, reuses materials and transforms over time. The envelope repurposes scaffolding structure to support a variety of spaces. Similar to Carla Juacaba’s Humanidade Pavilion in Rio de Janeiro.

The poten�als of natural ven�la�on and solar gain have been achieved through a layered envelope that works as a buffer that can be inhabited as well

EAST ELEVATION

Schaustelle - J. Mayer Architects Loca�on� M�nchen , Germany 2013

BOOM+BUST | DRAWINGS

6

Precedents


New York Mountain The main driver for this project is the maximization of outdoor space defined by the Mountain. This project seeks to explore and develop a landscape that merges the programs: rooms, a restaurant, and a playful component. This project takes place within an urban context by The High Line in New York. A hybrid program of rooms within shifted rectangular bars creates a void for the biergarten beneath. Open spaces for public interaction, that play with natural light, mounds and vegetation are the key elements in this project. The yuxtaposed surface creates spatial conditions that contrast and blend with the shifted bar edges. The sloped surface creates a fluid path between the High Line and the Mountain. This landscape serves as the main facade for the building.


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DRAWINGS


Section (above) and process (left)

Program: Boutique Hotel Biergarten Park Meatpacking District, NY


Room for Rent In the midst of the San Francisco housing crisis, this project was designed to combine and engage collective living strategies with urban amenities in the heart of South of Market. By combining housing for students with performance spaces at the ground level, the project becomes an urban activator. A very dynamic envelope wraps the building's mass, creating a contrast with the historic and strong presence of masonry in SOMA.


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CCA Library - Design Charrette We worked in teams to explore and propose a new space for CCA Community. As part of Studio Gang's vision for CCA Unified Campus, our team speculated on programmatic opportunities to explore a range of schemes for CCA’s future library. The vibrant, semi-open, and thickened envelope allowed us to rethink the library as a Community Connector. Team: Denisse Correa Marlene Cacho Francisco Garcia Elena Lazaretnik Jae Hyun Seo Joaquin Tobar


Occupiable Surface In Between Fixed Lack of Hierarchy

Small Medium Large

Thin Thick

Stacks

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Staff

Shared Spaces

Reading

Cross Program

Archive

Section Relationships

Gallery

Multi Use Bldg Elements

Cafe

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Up

Services

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Our team’s goal was to allow open circulation connecting public spaces to stacks levels while mantaining privacy for reading areas using the envelope as an active plane that reorients view, sound, and degrees of semi-private chambers.


Opening to streetscape allowed us to rethink the Urban Campus strategy, becoming a hub for the dynamic neighborhood of Potrero Hill and South of Market.


SPLICE Assemblage This proposal for a Fire Station and Research center at Muir Beach allow visitors and researchers to share the infrastructure over a natural slope. This programmatic exploration is defined by landform operations and a modern assemblage. The energetic cut of the volumes allow for a continuous pause between two different programs. The space created by the separation of two wall makes an ideal circulation path for integrating a staircase that follows the natural slope of the terrain. Also, the inner surface of the walls create unexpected textures and reflections of the framed sky and landscape. the separation between two walls allow the visitor to experience a dark or bright passage that leads to the top of the building.


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Program: Fire Station Research Lab Community Center Muir Beach, CA Jury Prize Award, 2015


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NTS / SKETCHES / MODELS]


Fencing Takes Form Fencing is one of the first sports ever to be played at the Olympic Games. For this design experiment, fencing is also a generator of form. The continuous extension of the arm during attack and defense generates a sequence of points and lines. By connecting these trajectories, we achieve a structural system with interesting spatial qualities.


Models and drawings are critical for the development of my own work. I’m always in the search of multiple iterations based on performance, fundamentals on structure, speculative fabrication, and experiential qualities. On the images (right) we can see a sequence on top view, then a synthesis of this sequence transformed into a more abstract set of lines, and finally a structure.


Document Experiments We utilized text-based practices to create written documents that blur the lines between writing and drawing, literature and design, and text and image. We examined language and text as material processes that can operate outside the narrative conventions of historical writing, various literary genres, or the formal aspects of graphic design (David Gissen) Right image: "Translation of a Khipu"


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(1933) IV International Congress for Modern Architecture


天におられる私たちの父よ み名が聖とされますように み国がきますように みこころが天に行われるとおり 地にも行われますように 私たちの日ごとの糧を今日もお与えください 私たちの罪をおゆるしください 私たちも人をゆるします 私たちを誘惑におちいらせず、悪からお救いくださ い アーメン

Old English

Fæder ure þu þe eart on heofonum; Si þin nama gehalgod to becume þin rice gewurþe ðin willa on eorðan swa swa on heofonum. urne gedæghwamlican hlaf syle us todæg and forgyf us ure gyltas swa swa we forgyfað urum gyltendum and ne gelæd þu us on costnunge ac alys us of yfele soþlice

American English

Ten ni orareru watashi-tachi no Chichi yo

Our father that you are in heaven,

Minna ga sei to saremasu yo ni

May your name be sanctified.

Mi kuni ga kimasu yo ni

To us your kingdom come.

Mi kokoro ga ten ni okona wareru tori

Let your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.

chi ni mo okonawaremasu yo ni

Give us today the daily bread.

Watashitachi no hi goto no kate o kyo mo oatae kudasai

Forgive us our trespasses,

Watashitachi no tsumi o yurushi kudasai

as we forgive those who trespass against us.

Watashitachi mo hito o yurushimasu

In temptation, do not let us fall and free us from all danger.

Watashitachi o yuwaku ni ochi irasezu, aku kara o sukui kudasai

Amen

Amen

Japanese

Somewhere in Tenochtitlan

Totatzine in ilhuicac

Nuestro Padre en el Cielo

Tal como es, que se llama Santo

timoyetztica ma yectenehualo in motocatzin.

Como su nombre es santo

Como se puede ver el país

Ma huallauh in motlatocayotzin.

Como se puede ver el país Como se ha visto corazón está en el cielo

Usted será capaz de ver desde el cielo del corazón.

Ma chihualo in tlalticpac in ticmonequiltia in iuh chihualo in ilhuicac.

Ya que se llevó a cabo también en el suelo

Además, en lo que sigue, se llevó a cabo en la planta.

In totlaxcal in momoztlae totechmonequi ma axcan xitechmomaquili.

Hoy en día la comida de cada día nuestro favor, nos dan también

Hoy en día, nuestra comida diaria es nuestra ventaja, se nos da también.

Ma xitechmopopolhuili in totlatlacol in iuh tiquimpopolhuia in techtlatlacalhuia.

Por favor, perdona nuestros pecados también nosotros perdonamos a la gente

Perdona nuestros pecados, y por favor, perdona a la gente.

Macamo xitechmotlalcahuili inic amo ipan tihuetzque in teneyeyecoltiliztli.

Nosotros no caer en la tentación, por favor, líbranos del mal

No entramos en la tentación, por favor, líbranos del mal.

Ma xitechmomaquixtili in ihuicpa in amo cualli.

Amén

Amén

Ma yuh muchihua. Our celestial father Second generation Mexican-American

Our Father in Heaven As His Name Is Holy

Coincidence of translation.

Padre nuestro, que estás en el cielo.

As you can see the country

Santificado sea tu nombre.

As seen heart is in the sky.

Venga tu reino.

Since it was also carried out on the ground.

Hágase tu voluntad

Today our daily food our favor, we also give.

en la tierra como en el cielo.

Please forgive us our sins, we forgive people.

Danos hoy nuestro daily bread

We do not fall into temptation, please deliver us from evil

Forgive nuestras ofensas,

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Even as we forgive those who nos ofenden.

Use google to translate a single paragraph into multiple languages over and over until you find meaningful words that will return as the process of translation brings you back to a familiar sense of meaning.

Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.

As it is, it's called Santo (1) As you can see the country You will be able to see from the heart heaven. In addition, in the following, it was carried out at the plant. Today, our daily food is our advantage, we are given as well. Forgive our sins, and please forgive people. We do not enter into temptation, please deliver us from evil. Amen

(Reino: Kingdom for country) (1) Santo: Rodolfo Guzmán Huerta (September 23, 1917 – February 5, 1984), more widely known as El Santo (The Saint), was a Mexican Luchador

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enmascarado (Spanish for masked professional wrestler), film actor, and folk icon. El Santo, along with Blue Demon and Mil Máscaras, is one of the most famous and iconic of all Mexican luchadores, and has been referred to as one of "the greatest legends in Mexican sports."[1][2][3] His wrestling career spanned nearly five decades, during which he became a folk hero and a symbol of justice for the common man through his appearances in comic books and

Spanish – English – Spanish

Nuestro Padre celestial

movies. He is said to have popularized professional wrestling in Mexico just as Rikidozan did in Japan


Uptown Radio Logo - CJS The collaboration with students allowed me to re-imagine a new logo for Uptown Radio's seminar at Columbia University. The colors represent the original Columbia Blue Pantone 290, and the small components to complete the letter "U" represent all the fragments and stories that transmitted from the recording studio at Pulitzer Hall. Credits:

Sally Herships, Journalist and Professor at CJS Joaquín Tobar (Designer)


San Francisco Reservoir Park Play Area Credits: Fletcher Studio Landscape Architecture and Urban Design San Francisco, CA

Concept studies for pre-schematic design phase for open space project in San Francisco. These drawings included visualization and concept models for multiple elements of the proposal, such as a tower, slides, and other playground elements in Russian Hill in collaboration with FS landscape design team.


Aerial View of Play Area Ink on tracing paper

Model and sketches for tower, tent, and fish-like costumes for children Foam, Ink/pen on tracing paper


“Log Jam” Ink on tracing paper

Playground Studies


SecƟon or ElevaƟon

Model making and investigations on form, structure, and experiential qualities with different techniques and materials.


Cat in Tokyo Studio in Japan. Summer 2017 Professors: Thom Faulders - Faulders Studio Andrew Kudless - MATSYS As the embodiment of 21st century urban living, Tokyo challenges our preconceptions for architectural domesticity amidst high-speed forces of change that are today shaping cities throughout the world. Tokyo remains a densely packed city ‘in the making’. Far from being a fixed metropolitan environment that clings to an abstract idea of itself, Tokyo instead moves toward its untapped future through pliable attitudes of adaptability, architectural impermanence, and high-energy inventiveness. The result is surprisingly novel formations of everyday domestic architecture and urban life. There is a generation of emerging Japanese designers who are specifically using domestic space as the venue for a radical rethinking of collective forms of living. These buildings become places of personal expression and architectural experimentation, and establish the city as a hotbed of innovation and experimentation unmatched in the U.S.


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iconic dwelling: YOKOHAMA APARTMENT ON DESIGN PARTNERS 2012

hahaha! i see you have deep anxiety from going inside!

I HOPE i CAN TAKE A CLOSER LOOK at THIS APARTMENT. THE NEIGHBOR at “moriyama house” WAS SO UPSET.

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iconic SUNNY non-dwelling: HILLS BAKERY SPIRAL BUILDING KENGO KUMA FUMIHIKO MAKI 2013 1985

PSST! WHAT IF YOU TAKE A LOOK INSIDE THE kitchen? I MEAN THE CONCEPT IS TO BE OPEN TO THE STREET RIGHT?

psst! hey! GREAT! THAT WAS A NICE PICTURE FOR MY ALBUM “JAPAN 2017”... NOW BACK TO THE HOTEL!

GOD! WHO’s that?...a cat? i must be going crazy!

WELCOME TO the TIME CAPSULE HOTEL. YOU’RE ABOUT TO LAND IN 1985. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE TURBULENCE, PLEASE, watch your step, and thankS for flying time warp!

ok, ok! you win! this is exhilarating!

if i do it i’ll be trespassing! are you crazy?...i mean you’re a cat. in fact, you are more SOCIALLY ACCEPTED... i’m not supposed to just walk inside. but the house is completely open...

enough anxiety for today! i’m going back to the “time capsule hotel.” You are welcome to join me!

I DON’T KNOW ABOUT YOU, BUT FEELs like SUPERSTUDIO, ARCHIZOOM, REM KOOLHAAS, ARCHIGRAM AND OF COURSE, METABOLIST ARCHITECTURE! I WONDER WHAT’S AT THE END OF THE SURFACE.

BEFORE WE GET TOO THEORETICAL, LET’S GO BACK TO MY PLACE AND PLAY SOME TENNIS! YOU’re GONNA LOVE IT!

LAST CALL FOR CAPSULE 711 AND 712!

i have no idea what you’re talking ABOUt! i see it this way: maki wasn’t purely interested in megastructures or high technology; but in identifying them in collective, mega and group form. also, an “urgency of tradition.” * DUDE, I’M INTRIGUED BY THESE ‘STRANGE’ ALIGNMENTS by mr. maki. he is like a mysterious cat, VERY HARD TO FIND. * projectjapan: metabolism talks. hans ulricH obrist + rem koolhaas. 2005


Research: Japanese Pavilion 2016 After Venice Biennale in 2016, I’ve selected Japanese Pavilion’s projects to create a matrix on circulation, plan, the use of objects, and materials. These projects emphasize the value of sharin. These are some of the proposals including ON Design Parners “Yokohama Apartment,” analyzed on my visit to Japan in 2017. Advanced Studio Lisa Findley Inaqui Carnicero - RICA Studio


Strategic placement of Service Service embedded within composi�onal form.

Generic Plan + Kit of Parts + Operable windows

Add Shared space The new enclosure hosts the open wooden par��ons allowing a flexible shared space.

Addi�on of generic structure The strategies to achieve flexibility are: Generic structure yuxtaposing the facade with unspecified program.

Hos�ng new envelope Install parts from old building onto new structural system

Cut + Cross Program As evidence of the main opera�on, the cut intersects the exis�ng structure [beams, diafragm, founda�on] miCO employs wood frame structure, leaving it exposed allowing light to the interior.


JAPANESE PAVILION

VENICE BIENNALE 2016

MOBILITY MOBILITY

VARIOUS ARCHITECTS

Young architects proposed few typologies on housing based on Sharing. This work analyzes the range of strategies to achieve Flexibili�y and Change.

FREE PLAN FREE PLAN

JAPANESE PAVILION 2016

Generic structure

Shigeru Ban - Naked House Saitama, Japan. 2000. Not as part of 2016 Pavilion but his work has influenced new genera�ons of architects in Japan and around the world.

Generic Grid with light-weight steel frame, reducing the use of internal columns subdividing spaces.

Borrowed views The module can be occupied, inside and on top, crea�ng an unusual condi�on for percep�on of the whole space.

Performance Thermal comfort by employing a lightweight facade with fabrics that allow a thin layer.

Spaces in Between

Borrowed views Public space in the ground, li�ing the units to provide privacy. The programma�c strategy includes the structural walls that create small spaces for storage and bathroom.

Performance Thermal comfort by allowing an open space with services embedded inside the structural walls.

Strategic placement of Service Service embedded within composi�onal form.

Performance

Generic Plan + Kit of Parts + Operable windows

Structural frame

Separate structure Load bearing walls are located in a very strategic way to mantain the stability, while bringing a dynamic collec�ve form composed by triangles.

2nd Floor. Individualized circula�on for four different apartments. These stairs become a space for

GENERICPLAN PLAN GENERIC

BOUNDARY WINDOW. SHINGO MASUDA + KATSUHISA OTSUBO Funabashi, Chiba, Japan Design: 2012-13 Construc�on:2013

Generic Structure The exis�ng structural system serves as main support for the new storefront framing system exposing the concrete facade.

++ YUXTAPOSE JUXTAPOSE

YOKOHAMA APARTMENT. OSAMU NISHIDA Tokyo, Japan Design: 2014 Construc�on: 2014

STRATEGIC STRATEGICPLACEMENT PLACEMENTOF OFSERVICE SERVICE

Naked House is one of the most successful precedentes in this topic since it combines different strategies such as mobility, free plan, lightweight materials in a very strategic way.

Synthesis Flexible space by mobile elements.

Free plan By using modules with wheels, the space can be configured in many ways, transforming the area for circula�on.

Free Plan By aligning the furniture to the wall, it clears the space for different program: living space + photography studio.

Borrowed views The opera�on allows for a free and flexible plan for different ac�vi�es.

The addi�on creates a thermal mass by collecting air within the gap between layers of enclosure.


HOUSE KOMAZAWA PARK. MICO Tokyo, Japan Design: 2011 Construc�on:2011

SMALL HOUSE IN HIROO. NOUSAKU ARCHITECTS Hiroo, Japan In progress

RECONFIGURE RECONFIGURE ++ YUXTAPOSE JUXTAPOSE ADDITION ADDITION++CREATE CREATESHARED SHAREDSPACE SPACE

HOUSE IN NEW TOWN, NOUSAKU ARCHITECTS

Newtown, Japan Design: 2014 Construc�on:2014

CUT++CROSS CROSSPROGRAM PROGRAM CUT

Akiruno, Japan Design: 2015 Construc�on:2015

clears the space for different program: living space + photography studio.

Generic Structure

Add shared space The new framing system allows for occupable and transformable spaces.

The lightweight structural members are following the propor�on of the original enclosure. Extending from the original facade.

Generic Structure New program by the addi�on of new enclosure. This new area allows for new shared and flexible space within the house. Echoes of Shigeru Ban’s “Naked house.”

Exis�ng

Shared space Configura�on of the Shed and circula�on

Add shared space

The cut allows for the crea�on of a new space with unspecified program. Also a studio is added to the le�.

INFILL + RECONFIGURE REUSE + RECONFIGURE INFILL + REUSE KIT OF PARTS

AKIRUNO SILVER HOUSE. NOUSAKU ARCHITECTS

main support for the new storefront framing system exposing the concrete facade.

plan for different ac�vi�es.

Shared views Addi�on of flexible space on the main facade. This creates a second layer of gathering space, taking advantage of the original edge to become an extra garden or balcony. The space can be open, closed, semi-closed.

Shared views The goal of this opera�on is to enclose a common space for children. Not enclosing an exis�ng house but to provide a gathering space that opens up to the neighborhood.

Slicing the Program

The opera�on choice is cri�cal since is intersec�ng structural members.

ing air within the gap between layers of enclosure.

Performance

Addi�on of generic structure

The curtain again becomes in a generator of privacy, climate control device and main facade of the house.

The strategies to achieve flexibility are: Generic structure yuxtaposing the facade with unspecified program.

Add Shared space

Performance The new enclosure employs glass operable windows to control ven�la�on and temperature of the interior.

Borrowed views + performance

The results are the expansion of the program and a sec�onal communica�on between spaces: the new studio to living spaces, garden and the exterior.

The new enclosure hosts the open wooden par��ons allowing a flexible shared space.

Cut + Cross Program As evidence of the main opera�on, the cut intersects the exis�ng structure �beams, diafragm, founda�on� miCO employs wood frame structure, leaving it exposed allowing light to the interior.

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Exis�ng

Create New Frame Build a new structure to replace exis�ng

Demolish and reuse parts Create kit of parts from exis�ng house

Performance Even though is a pro�ect in progress, we can speculate the poten�al use of the reused materials

Hos�ng new envelope Install parts from old building onto new structural


Professional and Academic References: Tamar Kisilevitz Associate at Curtis + Ginsberg Architects LLP tamar@cplusga.com www.cplusga.com t. 212.595.2193 Jonathan Massey Dean and Professor of Architecture University of Michigan drjrm@umich.edu Peter Zuspan Principal and founder at Bureau V zuspan@bureauv.com www.bureauv.com t. 212.595.2193 David Fletcher, ASLA Landscape Architecture and Urban design San Francisco dfletcher@fletcherstudio.com www.fletcher.studio t. 415.814.2909 Andrew Kudless Professor of Architecture University of Houston, Hines College of Architecture and Design ajkudless@uh.edu Adam Marcus Professors of Architecture California College of the Arts amarcus@cca.edu


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