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100’

industrial heavy

commercial FAR > 10

residential

500’

hudson yards sites


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EDUCATION dec 2012

2008 - 2009

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY

school of architecture, m.arch i gpa: 3.55

2011 + 2012

RAFAEL VIÑOLY ARCHITECTS, NYC

2010 + 2012

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY SOA

2007 - 2009

DANIEL O’CONNELL’S SONS, BARD COLLEGE

DUTCHESS COMMUNITY COLLEGE

coursework in engineering physics + studio arts

2008

COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY

2007

BARD COLLEGE

enrolled

green building certificate program ba in biology: extensive coursework in biology, environmental science, chemistry; multiple independent research projects

summer intern, significant experience in DD and CD phases of design, projects included academic research facility in buenos aires, manhattan townhouse assisted in both undergraduate and graduate level architectural theory courses, led discussion sessions construction management for new science center on bard college campus, responsibilities included organization of local sub-contractors, surveying, demolition and punch list assistance

RESEARCH + COLLABORATION 2012

THESIS: “PLATFORM URBANISM,” ADVISOR: MARK LINDER

2011

GLOBAL CITIES SEMESTER IN NEW YORK CITY, SYRACUSE SOA

2011

HEALTH FOR ALL: SUSTAINABLE HEALTH CARE DELIVERY IN GHANA

2010

ARCHITECTURE FOR HUMANITY: THE HUB COMPETITION, CHARLESTON SC

2009 - 2011

the project reveals a latent social + economic platform in support of urban agriculture in brooklyn and leverages this platform to engage one of the borough’s most pervasive, yet divisive infrastructures: the brooklyn-queens expressway. studio by richard gluckman, electives by nina rappaport + damon rich summer research program led by yutaka sho in ghana; investigated alternative health care delivery strategies in collaboration with ghana’s ministry of health honorable mention, competition for design of light rail transit system, collaboration with jeff stewart

DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOPS, SYRACUSE SOA

graduate design competition. workshop leaders: sean lally of weathers (2009), m. meredith + h. sample of mos (2010), florian idenburg + jing liu of so-il (2011)

2006

TIBOR T POLGAR FELLOW, HUDSON RIVER FOUNDATION, NEW YORK

2006

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, KIGOMA, TANZANIA

2005

INSTITUTE OF ECOSYSTEM STUDIES, MILLBROOK, NEW YORK

2005

ECOLOGY OF AFRICAN SAVANNAS, LAIKIPIA KENYA

awarded competitive fellowship for original reserach proposal investigating impacts of road salt pollution on hudson river watershed worked with contributing author to the intergovernmental panel on climate change (ipcc) investigating impacts of land-use change on tropical stream ecosystems nsf funded internship; designed and implemented independent research project examining roll of small mammals as reservoirs for lyme disease risk competitive research program funded by nsf, led by felicia keesing ph.d., studied cascading effects of loss of large herbivores from kenyan savanna

SOFTWARE rhino + grasshopper + vray + autocad + sketchup + adobe CS6


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RITTENHOUSE SQUARE,

ONE OF THE CITY’S WEALTHIEST ENCLAVES, WE WERE CHALLENGED TO DEVELOP A TRANSITORY HOUSING PROJECT IN COLLABORATION WITH PROJECT H.O.M.E. OF PHILADELPHIA. PROJECT H.O.M.E. ALREADY PROVIDES MULTIPLE FACILITIES FOR INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES TRANSITIONING OUT OF HOMELESSNESS. PHILADELPHIA ALSO CONTAINS NUMERIOUS PUBLIC HOUSING PROJECTS, BUT ALL OF THESE DEVELOPMENTS ARE WELL OUTSIDE THE WEALTHY RITTENHOUSE AREA. THE SITE, A VACANT LOT ONLY FEET FROM THE SQUARE, PROVIDES UNIQUE CONTEXTUAL AND PHYSICAL CHALLENGES. THE SQUARE IS AT THE EPICENTER OF BOTH TOURISM AND CRIME IN THE CITY AND IS SURROUNDED BY HIGH-END RETAIL AND RESTAURANTS. THE QUESTION IS: HOW DO WE ANCHOR THIS PROJECT TO THE SITE ECONOMICALLY AND SOCIALLY? I DEVELOP A PROJECT THAT SITS ATOP AN ‘ECONOMIC PLINTH:’ A BASE OF RESTAURANTS AND ENTERTAINMENT, CONNECTING TO THE SOCIAL + ECONOMIC FABRIC OF THE AREA AND ABLE TO PROVIDE JOBS AND FINANCIAL SECURITY TO THE DEVELOPMENT AND ITS OCCUPANTS. 8


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HOW DO WE LEVERAGE TOURISM AND PROPERTY VALUE IN THE AREA SURROUNDING OUR SITE TO SUPPORT OUR PROJECTS?

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THE SITE BOUNDED BY SMALLER RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS TO THE NORTH AND WEST AND A LARGE RESIDENTIAL TOWER TO THE EAST

SERVICES PROVIDED TO ASSIST PEOPLE TRANSITIONING OUT OF HOMELESSNESS, I.E. ADMINISTRATIVE, LEGAL, AND COUNSELING, ARE LOCATED AT REAR OF SITE

THE PLINTH IS ARRANGED TO ADDRESS WALNUT STREET, BORDERING THE SITE TO THE SOUTH. CONTAINED IN THE PLINTH IS A THEATER, CAFE, RESTAURANT SPACE, AND KITCHEN/DINING HALL FOR THE RESIDENTS ABOVE

RESIDENTIAL CIRCULATION THE DUAL-CORE VERTICAL CIRCULATION SYSTEM DELIVERS RESIDENTS TO THE UPPER FLOORS, WHERE A HALLWAY WRAPS THE INTERIOR OF THE PROJECT, OPENING TO RITTENHOUSE SQUARE COMMON SPACES ARE HUNG OFF THIS CORE, ALSO OPEN TO THE VIEWS AND VIEWERS OF RITTENHOUSE SQUARE 10

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CIRCULATION ARMATURE IS PLACED AT INTERIOR OF SITE WITH DUAL BANKS OF ELEVATORS AND FIRE STAIRS SERVING THE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL COMPONENTS OF THE PROJECT

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SINGLE ROOM OCCUPANCY (SRO) UNITS THESE UNITS ARE DORM-STYLE ACCOMODATIONS, WITH EN-SUITE BATHROOMS, BUT NO KITCHENS OUTDOOR PLINTH THE ECONOMIC PLINTH PROVIDES COMMUNAL OUTDOOR SPACE FOR TENANTS AS WELL AS PROVIDING A LARGE OUTDOOR EVENT SPACE FOR PUBLIC EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES

SINGLE ROOM OCCUPANCY

EFFICIENCY UNITS COMPRISE THE MAJORITY OF THE BUILDING’S RESIDENTIAL STOCK. EFFICIENCIES ARE 1.5 TIMES BIGGER THAN THE SRO UNITS, EFFICIENCIES PROVIDE INDIVIDUALS WITH KITCHENS AND SEMI-PRVIATE BEDROOMS, THESE UNITS ARE DISTRIBUTED THROUGHOUT THE PROJECT OUTDOOR SPACE THE STACKING AND ARRANGEMENT OF ALL UNIT TYPES PROVIDES DIFFUSELY DISTRIBUTED PRIVATE AND SEMI-PRIVATE OUTDOOR SPACE FOR ALL TENANTS

EFFICIENCY

FAMILY UNITS SEVERAL FAMILY SIZE UNITS ARE DISTRIBUTED THROUGHOUT THE PROJECT, THESE UNITS CONTAIN MULTIPLE BEDROOMS AND DEDICATED LIVING AREAS PRIVACY/VISIBILITY PLACING THE HORIZONTAL CIRCULATION SYSTEM ON THE INTERIOR OF THE PROJECT PROVIDES PRIVACY FOR MANY UNITS WHILE SHOWCASING THE PROJECT’S PUBLIC ACTIVITY

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STRUCTURAL SYSTEM

STEEL + CONCRETE + SHEET PILING BEARING WALLS

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(total bearing wall thickness varies: 12-18”)

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BEARING WALL/FACADE SYSTEM.

SHEET PILING WITH 8-12” CONCRETE BACKFILL CONNECTS TO STEEL FRAMING SYSTEM 15


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CUT THROUGH COURTYARD 16


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CUT THROUGH THEATER SPACE, BEARING WALL SYSTEM EXPLODED TO RIGHT 17


PLINTH MODEL

LASER CUT, CORRUGATED CARDBOARD, 1/16” = 1’

MODEL

LASER CUT, CORRUGATED CARDBOARD, 1/16” = 1’ 18


FROM RITTENHOUSE SQUARE

LOOKING NORTHWEST


learning from a shrinking city...

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DETROIT

HWY 8

A LIGHT RAIL SYSTEM IS BEING PLANNED FOR WOODWARD AVENUE. THE NEW RAIL SYSTEM WILL CONNECT AREAS NORTH OF DOWNTOWN TO DETROIT’S EMERGING CULTURAL CORRIDOR.

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PINCHING FROM THE REALM OF GRAFFITI, THE PROGRAMMATIC INJECTIONS MAKE THEMSELVES VISIBLE BY CREATING SENSORIALLY STIMULATING SPACES IN ODD PLACES. EXECUTED IN THE SKINNIEST LOCATIONS, THE PROJECT WILL ACCENTUATE DETROITS’S ALREADY THIN URBAN CONDITION. 22

WOODWARD AVE

IN ONE AREA BETWEEN EAST GRAND AVE AND HIGHWAY 8, PROGRAMMATIC DENSITY EXISTS IN AN EXTREMELY THIN ZONE, HUGGING WOODWARD AVENUE. THIS STRIP IS DOMINATED BY FAST FOOD RESTAURANTS, PAWN SHOPS, AND LIQUOR STORES, BUT ALSO CONTAINS SEVERAL COMMUNITY SPACES. I ALIGN MYSELF WITH THE EXISTING COMMUNITY CENTERS AND PROVIDE ALTERNATIVE OPPORTUNITIES IN THE FORM OF SUBSIDIZED FOOD MARKETS (NOT FAST FOOD) AND PUBLIC DISPLAY SURFACES.

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WORKING FROM NORTH TO SOUTH, ARCHITECTRUAL INJECTIONS ARE MADE WITHIN THE RESIDUAL SPACES NOTED IN THE SITE SECTIONS.

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THESE INTERVENTIONS HAVE THREE PRIMARY INTENTIONS. FIRST, TO ENGAGE THE VISION OF PASSENGERS OF THE WOODWARD LIGHT RAIL. SECOND, TO SUPPLY THESE PEOPLE WITH ALTERNATIVE FOOD OPTIONS. AND THIRD, TO PROVIDE AN OUTLET FOR THE VIBRANT GRASS ROOTS ART COMMUNITIES THAT HAVE FORMED IN DETROIT

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OVER TIME, THESE INJECTIONS WILL “THIN” PROGRAMMATIC DENSITY ALONG WOODWARD AVE AND BECOME THE PRIMARY VENUES FOR ACTIVITIES IN A NEW, SKINNY, URBAN LANDSCAPE.

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HAZELWOOD ST AND WOODWARD AVE,

a convenience store sits across the street from a church and community center

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SENSORIAL

MADE FROM MOLDED PERSPEX PLASTIC (THE MATERIAL USED IN THE MAJORITY OF FAST FOOD SIGNS) WITH EMBEDDED THERMAL TUBING AND LED LIGHTING, THIS LAYER ACST AS SIGNAGE AND SEMI-CONDITIONED SPACE . THIS LAYER IS DEPLOYED TO ENCLOSE/SHELTER SPACE FOR TRAM STOPS AND MARKETS.

INTERCHANGEABLE

THIS LAYER HAS THE ABILITY TO ACCEPT “PLUG-IN” EXHIBITIONS, OR ACT AS AN APPLIQUÉ TO HORIZONTAL SURFACES. CMU UNITS AND LED-EMBEDDED PERSPEX BLOCKS VISUALLY RECLAIM THE STREET FOR PEDESTRIAN ACTIVITY. THIS LAYER ENCOURAGES A CONNECTION WITH THE DETROIT ART COMMUNITY BY PROVIDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PLANNED INSTALLATIONS AND AN OVERALL VISUAL REDEFINITION OF STREETS LIKE WOODWARD AVE.

A SMALL GAP BETWEEN THIS LAYER AND THE CMU LAYER ALLOWS RAINWATER TO COURSE DOWN THE PERSPEX AND BE COLLECTED AND DISTRIBUTED THROUGH UNDERGROUND CHANNELS


PROGRAMMATIC

THIS THIN METAL PANEL SUPPORTS HANGING ATTACHMENTS FOR DISPLAY AND VENDING. WHEN COMBINED WITH OTHER LAYERS, THE MARKET MAY BE SHELTERED OR ENCLOSED. SUBSIDIZED FOOD MARKETS ARE INJECTED TACTICALLY WITH RESPECT TO ADJACENT PROGRAM. AT THIS LOCATION, THE PROGRAMMATIC LAYER COMBINES WITH THE SENSORIAL LAYER TO PROVIDE BOTH SIGNAGE AND MARKET SPACE


anticipating the hudson yards redevelopment

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ON

MANHATTAN’S

GALLERY STUDY STORAGE PROMENADE

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WEST SIDE, OUR SITE SITS AT THE (CURRENT) NORTH END OF THE HIGHLINE AND ADJACENT TO HUDSON YARDS. HUDSON YARDS, STILL A FUNCTIONING RAILYARD, IS THE PROPOSED SITE OF A MAJOR REDEVELOPMENT, INCLUDING THE CONSTRUCTION OF A MASSIVE PLINTH TO SUPPORT THE CONSTRUCTION OF COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL TOWERS.

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SOUTH OF OUR SITE, CHELSEA IS COMPOSED OF A MUCH SMALLER SCALE OF BUILDING THAN THE PROPOSED HUDSON YARDS REDEVELOPMENT.

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IN RESPONSE TO THESE CONDITIONS, THE MUSEUM IS ELEVATED AND LITERALLY CRACKED OPEN TO THE HIGHLINE, ALLOWING THE ELEVATED PARK TO SLIP INTO THE SITE. USING THE SAME EROSIVE LANGUAGE THAT SPLITS THE BUILDING OPEN, SKYLIGHTS AND TERRACES CARVE AWAY THE FACADE AND INTERIOR OF THE MUSEUM. THE SKYLIGHTS PROVIDE DIFFUSE NATURAL LIGHT WHILE ALSO PROVIDING A VISUAL POROSITY THAT LINKS ALL 9 ART INSTITUTIONS HOUSED WITHIN.

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ENTHUSIASM FROM DEVELOPERS, DESIGNERS, AND POTENTIAL TENANTS IS HIGH. HOWEVER, THE SITE WILL TAKE MANY YEARS TO DEVELOP. THE BIGGEST HURDLE IS THE BUILDING OF A MEGA-PLINTH TO COVER THE EXISTING RAIL YARDS AND ALLOW FOR THECONSTRUCTION OF TOWERS AND LANDSCAPE. IN THEMEANTIME, THIS MUSEUM WILL ACT AS A DESTINATION AND CONTINUATION OF THE HIGHLINE AND THE PUBLIC INTEREST THAT THE ELEVATED PARK HAS BROUGHT TO THE AREA. ONCE THE HUDSON YARDS DEVELOPMENT IS COMPLETED, THE MEGA MUSEUM WILL BE A CULTURAL ANCHOR TO THE PRIMARILY COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT.

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PARAPET ASSEMBLY

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PERFORATED GALV. STEEL BENT PLATE FILTER FABRIC 4” LIGHT GAUGE METAL STUD FRAMING 16” O.C. METAL FLASHING CAPS STUD WALL 1” AIR GAP WIND BARRIER EUROFOX FRAMING BRACKET 1-4” X 24-48” TERRACOTTA TILE

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9” CONCRETE SLAB 2” RIGID INSULATION PROTECTIVE FILM 1“ CONCRETE TOP 4” LIGHT GAUGE METAL FRAMING WRAPPED IN INSULATION DORALCO COMPOSITE METAL PANEL ASSEMBLY 12’

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STRUCTURE

WE UTILIZE FLAT PLATE CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION THROUGHOUT THE MAJORITY OF THE BUILDING. TYPICAL COLUMN SPACING (ALTHOUGH OFTEN IRREGULAR) WAS IN A 12’ X 25’ GRID. SLAB DEPTH: 9”.

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THE KITCHEN SPACE, SUSPENDED ABOVE THE SOUTHERN EDGE OF THE COURTYARD, IS SUPPORTED BY A 12’ DEEP TENSION-REINFORCED VIERENDEEL TRUSS. THE BOTTOM AND TOP MEMBERS OF THE TRUSS ARE 2’ AND 1’ DEEP RESPECTIVELY, WITH 8” STEEL TUBES SPANNING BETWEEN THEM. TENSION CABLES STRUNG IN AN “X” BETWEEN VERTICAL MEMBERS ARE 1/4” THICK AND ATTACHED BY SPOT-WELDED BRACKETS. METAL DECKING SUPPORTS A 4” THICK CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB ON THE INTERIOR AND A GREEN ROOF ON THE EXTERIOR OF THE TRUSS.

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HVAC A FORCED AIR SYSTEM CONDITIONS THE FIRST THREE FLOORS (RESTAURANT/RETAIL/CULINARY INSTITUTE). IN THE RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE SPACE ON THE

SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS, TWO DIFFERENT DROPPED CEILING SYSTEMS PROVIDE AMPLE ROOM FOR DUCTWORK AND DISGUISE DIFFUSERS. IN THE RESIDENTIAL AREAS, PASSIVE VENTILATION FROM THE TWO DOUBLE-SKINS COMBINES WITH HYDRONIC RADIANT FLOOR HEATING TO CONDITION THESE SPACES.

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HVAC - forced air distribution system supply return

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DOUBLE-SKIN SYSTEMS

ACT IN TANDEM TO PROVIDE PASSIVE COOLING TO THE RESIDENTIAL LEVELS. TO CREATE A DRIVING FORCE TO PULL AIR THROUGH THE RESIDENTIAL FLOORS OF THE BUILDING, WE DEVELOPED AN ETFE RAIN SCREEN BACKED BY A VENTED INTERIOR WALL ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE RESIDENTIAL UNITS. THE ETFE SCREEN SANDWICHES A POCKET OF AIR BETWEEN ITSELF AND THE INTERIOR WALL SYSTEM. WITH SIGNIFICANT SOUTHERN EXPOSURE, THIS AIR POCKET WARMS DURING THE DAY, PRODUCING A CONVENCTION CURRENT, PULLING AIR THROUGH THE RESIDENTIAL UNITS AND VENTING IT OUT THE TOP OF THE RAIN SCREEN SYSTEM.

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TOP VENT OUTLET FOR CONVECTION CURRENT

ETFE SHEET STRETCHED OVER AND PINNED TO METAL FRAME AIR GAP DRIVES CONVECTIVE COOLING WHEN HEATED BY SOUTHERN LIGHT IN SUMMER MONTHS, PROVIDES ADDED INSULATION IN WINTER MONTHS. VENTED INTERIOR WALL OPERABLE OPENINGS FOR CONTROLLABLE, PASSIVE VENTILATION

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ON THE COOLER NORTH FAÇADE, WE DEVEOPED A TERRACOTTA RAIN SCREEN AND AN INTERIOR WALL SYSTEM WITH “POP-OUT” WINDOWS. WHEN OPEN, THE POP-OUT WINDOWS ARE FLUSH WITH THE EXTERIOR OF THE RAIN SCREEN, ALLOWING AIR TO FLOW BEHIND THE SCREEN AND INTO THE BUILDING.

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BY DEFINING THREE DIFFERENT THICKNESSES OF TERRACOTTA PANEL, ALL WITH IDENTICAL CONNECTIONS TO THE RAIN SCREEN FRAMING SYSTEM, WE WERE ABLE TO CREATE A TEXTURED FACADE. TOGETHER, THE TWO FACADE SYSTEMS CREATE A CONVECTION BASED, PASSIVE COOLING + VENTILATION SYSTEM FOR THE BUILDING. TERRACOTTA PANELS PANELS VARY IN THICKNESS, BUT MAINTAIN IDENTICAL CONNECTIONS TO METAL FRAME BEHIND ‘POP-OUT’ WINDOWS OPEN ACROSS 6” AIR GAP BETWEEN TERRACOTTA AND INTERIOR WALL, EXTEND FLUSH WITH TERRACOTTA SYSTEM, CREATING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PASSIVE VENTILATION AIR GAP THE CONVECTION CURRENT INDUCED BY HEATING THE SOUTH FACADE PULLS THE SINK OF COOLER NORTH AIR UP BEHIND TERRACOTTA SYSTEM AND THROUGH BUILDING

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