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JosephLouisFlynn


JosephLouisFlynn


USC SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE B.S. Architectural Studies

FRESHMAN

FA 04’

SOPHOMORE

SP 05’

FA 05’

Junior

SP 06’

FA 06’

Architecture 102A Architectural Design I >Amy Murphy >Lee Olvera 4 Units

Architecture 102B Architectural Design I >Amy Murphy >Li Wen, AIA 4 Units

Architecture 202A Architectural Design II >Paul Tang >Glen Fearon 6 Units

Architecture 202B Architectural Design II >Paul Tang >Kara Bartelt 6 Units

Architecture 441 A History of Architectural Theory: 1400-1914 >Diane Ghirardo, Ph.D 3 Units

Architecture 114 Architecture: Culture and Community >Yo-ichiro Hakomori, Ph.D >Aaron Bently 2 Units

Architecture 214A History of Architecture >Diane Ghirardo, Ph.D 4 Units

Architecture 214B History of Architecture >James Steele, Ph.D 4 Units

Writing 130 Analytical Writing 4 Units

Architecture 213A Building Structures and Seismic Design >Goetz Schierle, PhD, FAIA 3 Units

Architecture 211 Materials and Methods of Building Construction >Christoph Kapeller >Paul Tang 3 Units

Architecture 215 Design for the Thermal and Atmospheric Environment >Marc Schiler 3 Units

Architecture 213B Building Structures and Seismic Design >Goetz Schierle, PhD, FAIA 3 Units

Architecture 270 Introduction to Architectural Studies >Doug Noble, Ph.D 2 Units

Architecture 105 Fundamentals of Design Communication >Lee Olvera >Joe Sturges 2 Units

Math 108 Introductory College Mathematics 4 Units

Art History 120 Foundations of Western Art >Carolyn M. Malone, Ph.D 4 Units

Architecture 407 Advanced Computer Applications >Karen Kensek 3 Units

Architecture 440 Literature and the Urban Experience >Diane Ghirardo, Ph.D 4 Units Anthropology 315 North American Indians 4 Units

SP 07’

SU 07’

Architecture 326 The Modern Movement in Architecture >James Steele, Ph.D 4 Units

Arts and Letters 101 Studies in Arts and Letters 4 Units

Architecture 526 Professional Practice: Legal and Economic Context Project Documentation >Janek Tabencki Dombrowa 3 Units

International Relations 101 International Relations 4 Units

Writing 340 Advanced Writing 4 Units Architecture 315 Design for the Luminous and Sonic Environment >Marc Schiler


Masters of Architecture + Urbanism

Senior

FA 07’

Architecture 525 Professional Practice: Pre-Design, Project and Office Administration 3 Units

1st-Year Grad

SP 08’

Architecture 206 Shelter >Sara Loe 4 Units

Architecture 444 Great Houses of Los Angeles 4 Units

Architecture 527 Case Studies: The Development of Urban Housing >John V. Mutlow 2 Units

Architecture 313 Design of Building Structures >Jeff Guh, Ph.D 3 Units

Architecture 470 Architectural Studies Capstone Seminar >Paul Tang 4 Units

Architecture 454 Contemporary Asian Architecture >James Steele, Ph.D 4 Units

Architecture 411 Architectural Technology >Jeff Guh, Ph.D 3 Units

Anthropology 200 The Origins of Humanity 4 Units

Physics 125 Physics for Architects 4 Units

FA 08’

Architecture 505A Graduate Architecture Design >John V. Mutlow 6 Units Architecture 537 Urban Plant Ecology > 3 Units Architecture 511 Building Systems > 4 Units Architecture 561 Architecture in the Urban Landscape >Robert Harris > Vinayak Bharne 2 Units Architecture 532 Elements of the Urban Landscape 2 Units

SP 09’

Architecture 505B Graduate Architecture Design > Raveevarn Choksombatchai 6 Units Architecture 531 The Natural Landscape >Doug and Regula Campell 3 Units Architecture 599 Special Topics >Roger Sherwood 2 Units Architecture 563 Architecture in the Urban Landscape: Comparative Theories > Rachel Berney > John Kaliski 2 Units Architecture 533 Urban Landscape Case Studies > Rachel Berney 2 Units

2nd-Year Grad

SU 09’

Architecture 605A Graduate Architecture Design >Gail Borden 6 Units

FA 09’

SP 10’

Architecture 417 Computer Programming in Architecture > David Gerber >Roland WahlroosRitter 3 Units

Architecture 605B Graduate Architecture Design > > 6 Units

Architecture 519 Sustainability in the Environment >Greg Otto 3 Units

Environmental Engineering 502 Environmental and Regulatory Compliance > 3 Units

Architecture 534 Landscape Intervention: Construction Methods >Alexander Robinson 3 Units Geography 601 Sustainable Cities >Robert Vos, Ph.D 4 Units Policy, Planning and Development 621 Environmental Impacts >Robert Manford, Ph.D 4 Units


bloom_wall

Foam study model: closed state

BLOOM WALL date_011.09 class_arch_417_computer programming in architecture instructor_dr. david gerber & roland ritter bloom_wall is a parametric exploration into a component “breathing� wall system. the parameters of design were defined through the geometric logic seen in the morphology of a flower bloom. as such, the component morphology lends itself to an economy of surface area allowing maximum shading to occur at mid-day, and maximum exposure to occur when sunlight is less available.


bloom_wall

Foam study model: Open Sate


bloom_wall

Foam study model: closed state


bloom_wall

Foam study model: Closed Sate


bloom_wall

Foam study model: closed state


bloom_wall

Foam study model: Open Sate


bloom_wall

Foam study model: Open Sate


bloom_wall

Foam study model: Open Sate


bloom_wall

Computer Model: Aesthetic Affect


bloom_wall

Computer Model: Aesthetic Affect


bloom_wall

Computer Model: Aesthetic Affect


bloom_wall

Computer Model: Aesthetic Affect


bloom_wall

Morphogenetic Logic: Flower Bloom


bloom_wall

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CATIA Modeling: Component Design

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bloom_wall


bloom_wall 1:1 Mock-Up: Sanded Acetate


bloom_wall

1:1 Mock-Up: Sanded Acetate


TRAT windFARM: MAPPINGS

Trat Windfarm: Windlab Module date_09.09 class_arch_505b_graduate_design_studio instructor_raveevarn choksombatchai project description_ windLAB Module is an investigation into a malleable environment whereby wind energy can be tested, debated, and studied using. the form of the module is shaped by the occupants. string vibrations harness wind energy at maximum levels given the optimal formation of the module, according to the dynamic inputs of wind velocity and direction.

Windlab Module: Malleable Skin


TRAT windFARM: MAPPINGS

Preliminary Study: windlab Module


TRAT windFARM: MAPPINGS

Windlab Module: Section


TRAT windFARM: MAPPINGS

Windlab Module: Skin


TRAT windFARM: MAPPINGS

Mappings: Datafield of vegetation density

Site Mapping The drawings map the morphoydynamic landscape as a tool for investigation into energy available by wind movement and behavior. as such, density of vegetation played a particularly influential role in driving the resultant surface of wind resistance.


TRAT windFARM: MAPPINGS

Mappings: Point Overlay


TRAT windFARM: MAPPINGS

Mappings: delaunay Triangulation of Points


TRAT windFARM: MAPPINGS

Mappings: Resulting Surface (Averaging)


TRAT windFARM: MAPPINGS

Mappings: Nodes, Folding, patchwork, political boundary


TRAT windFARM: MAPPINGS

Mappings: Resulting Surface


TRAT windFARM: Wind Tunnel

Trajectory of Wind Tunnel Structures: Overlay


TRAT windFARM: Wind Tunnel


TRAT windFARM: Wind Tunnel

Wind Tunnel: Frame with Infill Wind-Intake Panels


TRAT windFARM: Wind Tunnel


TRAT windFARM: Residential Spa

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TRAT windFARM: Residential Spa

Residential Spa The residential Spa is a parametrically driven residential unit that utilizes wave energy In addition to the wind energy generated from the wind tunnels that it is attached to.


Wireframe: top View

TRAT windFARM: Residential Spa


TRAT windFARM: Residential Spa

Residential Units: Living Room


Night View

TRAT windFARM: Residential Spa


TRAT windFARM: Residential Spa

Residential Units: Bedroom


TRAT windFARM: Eco Lounge

Exploded Axon: Structure

Eco Lounge trat ecoLOUNGE is the interstitial space between two systems of wind harvest. located above the tree canopy in trat, thailand, the outer shell swells while the inner skin contracts. the inner skin provides enclosure to wind energy harvest using small wind turbines. the undulating expansion and contraction of this primary and secondary structure increase the wind velocity, thus increasing energy harvest. The Lounge is then positioned within he interstitial space between these two interacting structural systems.


TRAT windFARM: Eco Lounge

Exterior View


Section

TRAT windFARM: Eco Lounge


TRAT windFARM: Eco Lounge

Exterior View


TRAT windFARM: Eco Lounge

Wind Harvesting


TRAT windFARM: Eco Lounge

Eco Lounge: Interior


Wind-Liner

TRAT windFARM: Eco Lounge


TRAT windFARM: Eco Lounge

Eco Lounge: Interior


Circulation

TRAT windFARM: Eco Lounge


TRAT windFARM: Eco Lounge

Exterior View


Plan

TRAT windFARM: Eco Lounge


TRAT windFARM: Eco Lounge

Exterior View


MacArthur Mixed-Use

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macarthur park mixed-use date_09.08 class_arch_505a_graduate design studio instructor_John Mutlow macarthur park mixed-use provides market rate housing, affordable housing, senior housing, commercial, retail, community services and access to subway station located at macarthur park in los angeles, ca. the project is a carving away of the maximum allowable building envelope to allow a central community space, while also taking into consideration such considerations as views, sun exposure, and the expedience of program both internal and external to the project.

Conceptual Wireframe


MacArthur Mixed-Use

Structural Rendering


MacArthur Mixed-Use

Shade/Shadow Diagram


MacArthur Mixed-Use

Shade/Shadow Diagram


MacArthur Mixed-Use

Conceptual Massing Model


MacArthur Mixed-Use

Diagrammatic Rendering: Massing


MacArthur Mixed-Use

Ground Floor Plan

First Floor Plan

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Community Services Reception Emergency Egress Escalator to Subway Courtyard Ramp to Parking Public Access to Parking Restroom

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MacArthur Mixed-Use

Typical Senior Housing Floor Plan

Typical SRO Housing Floor Plan

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LANDed Museum

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LANDed Museum date_011.09 class_arch_605a_graduate design studio instructor_Gail borden LANDed museum takes the the ground plane as its point of departure. all space is subtractive. primordial experience of art is achieved through the dislocation of the viewer as one enters the submerged gallery spaces. qualities of light enhance this perception as light wells puncture through to the deep gallery spaces.

Installation: McArthur Park


LANDed Museum


LANDed Museum

Site Analysis: Topography + Interface


LANDed Museum

Parti Diagram: Submerge into Landscape


LANDed Museum

Section Through Light Wells

Section Through Earth Cut


Plan: Below grade

LANDed Museum

Plan: above grade


LANDed Museum

Sectional diagram: Light wells

Section: Earth Cut + Gallery Bays + Deep Light Well

Sectional diagram: Earth Cut + Light wells

Section: Earth Cut + Gallery Bays + Mid-Depth Light Well

Section: Media Exhibit Room + Earth Cut


LANDed Museum

Subterranean Gallery Space


LANDed Museum

Sectional Model: Earth Cut + Gallery Bays + Light Wells


LANDed Museum

Approach


Hollywood Mediateque

Hollywood Mediatheque date_04.05 class_arch_202b_design_studio instructor_kara bartelt the hollywood mediatheque takes an urban stance in saying that there should be a formal cohesion among adjacent buildings. the project not only separates three individual blocks of program formally via bridges and continuous surfaces, it also offers a continuous expression of interior and exterior space.

Urban Separation


Hollywood Mediatheque

Urban Cohesion


Model

Hollywood Mediateque


Hollywood Mediatheque

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Hollywood Mediateque

Model


Hollywood Mediatheque

Model Model


Hollywood Mediateque

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USC Museum

USC Museum date_04.05 class_arch_102b_design_studio instructor_Li Wen the usc student work museum is located on a transitional threshold of the usc campus. as such, the project works with the ground plane as the continuous transitional element into the space. this continuity of space and smooth transition from interior to exterior allows for a liberating experience of art that is uninhibited from the boundary of walls or finite rooms.

Model


USC Museum

Exterior View


USC Museum

View From Sidewalk


USC Museum

Approach 1


USC Museum

Approach 2


USC Museum

Approach 3


USC Museum

Conceptual Tectonics Diagram


USC Museum

Entry


Section

USC Museum


USC Museum

Exterior View


Modular Marketplace

Modular Marketplace date_04.05 class_arch_102b_design_studio instructor_Li Wen modular marketplace is the intersection of two system of repetitious elements. by using a standard market stall and changing the orientation of this module, the two systems come together to form hybrid stalls that can begin to assume new programmatic function.


Modular Marketplace

Colliding Systems 1


Modular Marketplace

Rendering: Graphite


Modular Marketplace

Colliding Systems 2


Modular Marketplace

Colliding Systems: Model


Modular Marketplace

Colliding Systems 3


Cartesian House

Cartesian House date_12.01.04 class_arch_102a_design_studio instructor_Lee Olvera the Cartesian house is an exercise in spatial composition. beginning with the cartesian grid, a simple program was introduced to be arranged based on this central ordering datum.

Rendering: Graphite


Cartesian House

Aerial View of Living Space and Patio


Cartesian House

Rendering: Graphite


Cartesian House

View of Living Space and Patio


Cartesian House

Rendering: Graphite


Cartesian House

View of Front Entry


Cartesian House

Massing Model


Cartesian House

View of Living Space and Depressed Ground Plane


Section

Cartesian House


Cartesian House

Aerial View


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Architectural Portfolio