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facad e

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society of rooms

big art museum

office building renovation


The Living Wall the Spring 2010 semester examines full-scale production in relation to site and neighboring strategies. Spatial decisions are the results of a set of cubic cuts and shifts while recognizing parti-wall conditions. Upon completion of design and fabrication, project is installed at Griffis Sculpture Park.


proposed model investigating modularity. each component allowing for on-site assembly


In refining models, students are to create strategies to divide or break down their model into modular pieces. This process is to allow for on site assembly, as well as a more effective means of transport.

Modular Components Of Final Models Are Structurally Framed For Configuration. Connections Between Modular Pieces And Structural Details of The Model Are Planned.


Final modular pieces are to be bolted to each unit, as well as neighboring buildings and railroad ties for anchoring models.

Model is secured at the 400 acre Griffis Sculpture Park located at 6902 Mill Valley Road, East Otto, NY 14729.

Groups are to investigate ways in structurally detailing their model. In doing so, additional requirements such as a pitch roof for drainage and configuring parti-wall tolerance are introduced.


Facade Systems the main building project for the semester is the design of a market and office building on a site located in the Strip District in Pittsburgh, PA. incorporating a multi-use building system of an envelope, structure and egress. the general program is to include 15,000 sqf. of market space at ground level, and 20,000 sqf. of office space on upper levels. all floors are required elevator access and two enclosed stair towers for emergency exiting.


WALL DESIGN

GLASS PATERN

STRUCTURAL FRAME

constructing a wall which will replace the existing double envelope of the Occidental Chemical Building located in Niagara Falls. the completed project should consider issues such as air movement, light, shade and shadow as well as mediation of views from both interior and exterior. develop a secondary and tertiary structure to transfer loads on to the building's structural frame.

MATERIAL PATTERN

PANEL PATERN

FINAL WALL DESIGN


a . p r ecast li t r acon co ncrete b . insol at ed clear gl azing c. soli d pa nel

axonometricdetail

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1. mo du le gr oup 2. steel fr a mi ng syst em 3. offi ce wa ll sect i on

2. buildingsystem

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EGRESS STAIRS ELEVATORS

STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS


completing a digital model of the exterior envelope and resultant interior space developed in project 2. a luminance false color perspective is rendered of the space from an occupant's point of view. observe the passage and distribution of light and manipulation of heat through materiality.

23rd st.

22nd st.

mulberry way

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penn ave.

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15 10

20feet


Society of Rooms design for an Islamic center while making cultural and innovative decisions. investigates the manipulation of light through a ceiling condition which establishes a distinct relationship between ciruclation and program. the quality of light through materiality, pattern and form is used as a medium to develope unique spatial conditions.


Individual Ceiling Condition

Room 1

Room 2

Room 3

Room 4

Society

Individual room circulation

Room 1

Room 2

Room 3 Room Configuration

creating a strategy in distinguishing a society of rooms individually as well as explaining its functioning as a society. Through descriptive, diagramatic and axonometric drawings, the relationship modeled is illustrated into further detail. Drawings explain matter of configuration, circulation and ceiling condition.

Room 4

Society


System of Ramps

Axonometric Kitchen

Reading

Courtyard

Multifunction

Shoe Restroom

Prayer Ramps 1:20’

North Mecca Site and Plan


Study

Design

SOCIETY

Merging of Views

Society

Study

Design

Creating Circulation

Society

Society

Study

Design

Ceiling Condition

project produces a louver light-well system influenced by primary models and by investigations of traditional Mosque precedents. Design intends to funnel and filter light through its form and materiality.

harmonizing initial ideas with Mosque analysis to produce a final conceptual design.


Big Art Museum comprehensive studio project; designing with the intention of providing residential rooms in conjunction with a unique assembly space. project must solve for accessibility, egress, construction and structural methods. building considers code requirements and parameters in the proposal.


studio

bedroom S

E l m w o o d t u d i o

/ B r y a n t D e s i g n A r t C e n t e r 48’

36’

24’

12’

1. Exhibit Space 2. Open Gallery

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5.

3. Atrium

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4. Living Cube 4.

5. Balcony Space

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massing model which creates positive and negative moments through a cubic push and pull. this resultant facade system allows for interior living as well as balcony spaces connecting to the urban environment.

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single bedroom unit

unit 1

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B.

13’- 0� prefabricated sections

unit 1

unit 2

A.

unit 3

B.

unit 4

double load bearing wall

two bedroom unit

ecotect model analysis of natural light exposure and conditions


building egress

instances of light

natural ventilation

fire rating

ground floor plan

Shared Circulation Private Terrace Emergency Egress Wheel Chair Turning Radius Refuge Area Accessible Elevator

building program


office building renovation transformation of 7811 Rapids Gun Shop, Buffalo ave. into a private office space. building designed in affiliation with the city of Niagara Falls’ restoration grant program.


building conditions before design phase. design requirements seek one main office with three smaller offices partitioned to allow openess of plan while providing work privacy.


DRAFT 1

FIRST FLOOR PLAN 1" = 1' 40'-6"

MAIN OFFICE

27'-0"

OFFICE

OFFICE COMMUNAL WORK SPACE OFFICE

15'-6"

7811 BUFFALO AVENUE


project introduces new wall framing, drop ceiling for implementing modern electrical, water, and plumbing conduits, tinted facade glass, laser cut carbon steel signage and energy efficient lighting. open building plan and restroom accomodates for disabled accessibility and code regulations.



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