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Joseph Thorne

Portfolio 2013


CONTENT TZ STARS CORPORATION

ROYAL WATER GARDEN KNOWLTON SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

FRANKLIN GATEWAY MOCKFIRMS HABITAT FOR HUMANITY MA CHINE PERSONAL WORKS

SKYLINE PATHWAY


ROYAL WATER GARDENS Anyang, HENAN, CHINA

Project Designer and Manager Status: Proposal The city of Anyang in Henan province China has a population roughly around 5 million people and is predicting a population of triple within the next twenty years. The Royal Water Gardens was a residential compound which would house almost 85,000 families between two business districts on the east and west and a park from the north and south. The community is wrapped with mixed residential buildings which would provide all the amenities for the community. On site is also a kindergarten which provided services for young working families. Computer Programs Used: Autocad 2011 Revit 2011 Rhino 4.0 Adobe Illustrator CS 5.1 Adobe Photoshop CS 5.1


ROYAL WATER GARDENS Project Analysis

By analyzing the new city layout, we divided the city into three regions. Culture: The identity of Anyang (Current city outline)

Buisness: The Financial District Center (First phase of city expansion)

Development: Industrial and Research (Third phase of city expansion)

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ROYAL WATER GARDENS The Residential Common Grounds


ROYAL WATER GARDENS Commercial Strip


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Franklin Gateway Columbus, Ohio

Student Status: Concept The Franklin Gateway was concept for a community designed as a buffer between the Franklin County and Downtown Columbus, Ohio. The site lies next to the Center of Science and Industry (COSI) and the part of the Scioto River bend which contain a major pedestrian pathway with the Scioto Greenway. The Cosi Commons is an Urban Residential Community. This allows pedestrians to move freely through the site. Zoning of the Community is defined by the edges of the pathways which creates both urban and green areas within the site. Computer Programs Used: Autocad 2011 Rhino 4.0 with Flamingo plug-in Adobe Illustrator CS 5.1 Adobe Photoshop CS 5.1


Franklin Gateway Project Development

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Using a pedestrian pathway which moves through the site we create multiple urban conditions.


Franklin Gateway Sixth Floor (Not Typical)

Architectural Drawings

Seventh Floors

Sixth Floors

Fifth Floor (Not Typical)

Fourth Floor (Not Typical)

Fifth Floors Third Floors

Third Floor (Not Typical)

Second Floors Second Floor (Not Typical)

First Floors

First Floor (Not Typical)


Franklin Gateway North Elevation Section

Architectural Drawings

East to West Section

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Franklin Gateway Architectural Drawings


Franklin Gateway Architectural Drawings


Mockfirm Competition Mexico City, Mexico

Student Status: Concept

Computer Programs Used: Autocad 2011 Rhino 4.0 with Flamingo plug-in Adobe Illustrator CS 5.1 Adobe Photoshop CS 5.1


Mockfirm Competition Conceptual Drawings

The Mockfirms Skyscraper Competition is an annual Competition. The focus is allowing young minds interested in the world of architecture to present their designs for a sustainable skyscraper in developing areas. Our team decided to design a building which would break the stereotypical images of a skyscraper and create an icon for the area. We designed a single tower base which separated into a dual tower structure. The two towers both twisted and pushed away from one another allowing all facades to have a different view of the city and optimizing both wind a solar gain.


Mockfirm Competition Architectural Drawings

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Mockfirm Competition Conceptual Drawings

Residentrial

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Corporate Offices Community Space Commercial Space Maintanence Parking Garage

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Mockfirm Competition Architectural Drawings


Mockfirm Competition Conceptual Drawings


Habitat for Humanity Springfield, Ohio

Student Status: Concept Habitat for Humanity designs homes for families in poverty. The organization serves a great cause, but the homes often design lack architectural integrity. I love how they provide shelter, but the composition of the structure is very dim. The buildings are often unsustainable and inefficient for cooling and heating. A question aroused how could low income houses improve? The houses had to be easy to mass produce, and be incredibly functional considering the average house build for around 50,000 dollar. The design is based on a single floor shotgun style house which the roof would change depending on the buildings cardinal direction. This would allow the building to take advantage of natural lighting, heating, and cooling. A change in building style would create a sense of identity compared to typical mass produced homes. Computer Programs Used: Autocad 2010 Revit 2010 Adobe Illustrator CS 4 Adobe Photoshop CS 4


East/West Concept

Habitat For Humanity North/South Concept

Project Development

Optimize the amount of yard to each residence.

Allow landscape to create a natural fence for privacy. Placing the residence to optimize the amount of yard space, and allowing the landscape to create a natural fence which create privacy.

Take advantage of the solar gain in winter, yet shade the residence in the summer.

Take advantage of the sola gain in winter, yet shade the residence in summer.


Habitat for Humanity East/West Concept

1: Family Room 2: Kitchen 3: Bathroom 4: Laundry 5: Bedroom 6: Patio

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MA CHINE Columbus, Ohio

Student Status: Installation Machine is an Installation based on the performance â&#x20AC;&#x153;One Flat Thingâ&#x20AC;? produced by William Forsyth. After breaking the dance down, and watching interviews of their performers and William Forsyth about the performance we analyzed three components of the performance: cueing, counterpoint, and planes. The Installation allows people to move through a series of machines which incorporate all three components of One Flat Thing. As people proceeded with each Machine, they experienced one or more components used in the One Flat Thing performance. Thus, Creating a performance by moving through each machine.

Computer Programs Used: Autocad 2010 Adobe Illustrator CS 4 Adobe Photoshop CS 4


Habitat For Humanity Project Development

The dancers keep an eye on each other to see the cues other performers give to them.

The dance acts as one complete unit.

The dancers move in unison using counterpoint tactics

The dancers (Sepheres) and tables (Cubes) work as individual units.

The dancers interactions with the tables which created the concept of plane.

The dancers unison movements interact with the tables. These interactions cues counterpoints.


MA CHINE Machine 1

Horizontal Movement

Possilble Paths


MA CHINE Machine 2

Verticle movement

Possilble Paths


MA CHINE Machine 3

Shape Shifter

Possilble Paths


MA CHINE Machine 4

Verticle Collapse

Possilble Paths


MA CHINE Machine 5

Horizontal Rotation

Possilble Paths


MA CHINE Machine 6

Verticle Rotation

Possilble Paths


Skyline Park Shanghai, Shanghai, China

Project Designer and Manager Status: Competition Proposal Shanghai has the largest city proper population. The 10+Design Competition â&#x20AC;&#x153;Re-thinking Shanghai 2012â&#x20AC;? was a competition to revision the Shanghai skyline in the Suzhou District. On a trip to Shanghai I realized how hard it is to be a pedestrian dodging bicycles and cars. This inspired us to make the project about pedestrian path and design a three kilometer pedestrian pathway which creates a new ways to experience the city; ten floors above architecturally designed buildings. This elevated area creates parks, public areas, bike paths, and connection points to public transportation. Computer Programs Used: Autocad 2011 Rhino 4.0 with Flamingo plug-in Adobe Illustrator CS 5.1 Adobe Photoshop CS 5.1


Shanghai Skyline Concept Development A Pedestrain Pathway

Pedestrian and Motorists are seperated

Architecture which enagages with the city

Community which gains from sustainablity rather sacrifice to be green.


Skyline Park Architectural Renderings


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