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Curriculum Vitae

Karim Saleh

Date of birth

March, 21st 1995

Nationality

French, Lebanese

Languages

Fluent French, English and Arabic

Education

Work Experience

Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc)

Tom Wiscombe Architecture

Los Angeles, Ca Undergraduate program 5 year B-arch (2013-2018)

X | Atelier (Erick Carcamo and Nefeli Chatziminia) Athens, Greece Advanced Architectural Design Workshop (Maya) Summer 2015

Parsons, The New School NYC, NY 8 week summer course Summer of 2011

College Protestant Francais Beirut, Lebanon French Baccalaureate (2013)

Achievements SCI_ARC Scholarship : 80% Tuition SCI_ARC Spring Show : Exhibited Work 2015 - 2016 - 2017 Archdaily Publication: Thesis Prep Work

https://www.archdaily.com/882343/a-close-up-look-at-sci-arcs-barch-thesis-program

Software Proficiencies Rhinoceros 5.0 Maya- Autodesk Grasshopper V-ray Keyshot Adobe Illustrator Photoshop In-Design Autocad Flow-Autodesk Maker-ware Meshmixer

National Museum of World Writing & West Hollywood Belltower Designer Los Angeles, CA Summer 2017

Zaha Hadid Architects Echo Park Designer London, United Kingdom Summer 2016

Archi-Cinema

ENK Fashion Convention Lead Designer Los Angeles, United States Summer 2015

Laceco Architects & Engineers Designer Beirut, Lebanon Summer 2014

References Elena Manferdini

SCI_ARC Graduate Chair Atelier Manferdini (310) 694-3666

Peter Testa

SCI_ARC Faculty Testa + Weiser

Tom Wiscombe

SCI_ARC Undergraduate Chair Tom Wiscombe Architecture

Devyn Weiser SCI_ARC Faculty Testa + Weiser

Melodie Leung

Zaha Hadid Architects Associate

Alexis Rochas SCI_ARC Faculty Stereobot (323) 350-6380


CONTENT

5B

Thesis Prep (WIP) :

5A

Vertical: Obvious

4B

Vertical: Play The Part

3B

DS1031: Dynamic Architectrual Systems and DD

3A

DS1030: Field Operations / Static Architectural Systems

Barbican Centre For Music, Concert Hall, London

Residential Towers, Marina Del Rey

Midnight Kyoto, Train Station, Kyoto Japan

SCI_Arc Campus, Arts District, Los Angeles

Hight-Rise, Hudson Yards, New York City


THESIS (WIP) Barbican Music Center, London

Undergraduate Thesis

Spring 2018

My thesis explores the confrontation of two architectural types, the Wall and the Hall, that differ in shape, volume and motive. The wall, which is given contextually by the site, extends the midieval wall of London. The Hall given by the proram brief, supports the barbican music center’s new concert Hall. After speculating on Corbusier’s ans Stirling’s architectural promenade, I am interested in the promenade’s generic representation: The Line.

Based on it’s thickness and articulation it can order itself around the site. It’s representation becomes a way to sow or seperate spaces from each other by attaching or delaminating. Acknowledging through its heigh, what is public and private, what is enclosed and what is revealed. The Line and it’s lineweight becomes order.

Instructor: Peter Testa


Undergraduate Thesis: The Wall & The Hall

WALL HOUSE 01

John Hejduk |1974 | Bye House

A BLANK WALL

Free Form

NAME: Karim Saleh ADVISOR: Peter Testa PRECEDENT: WALL HOUSE 01

Chimney

WA

John Hejduk | 1974 | Bye House

John

Core

Being architecture’s third most intrinsic datum (after the Roof and the Column), a wall, historically, has evolved into a highly complex apparatus. It has established itself as a contextual repertoire of parts (From insolation, down to the last layer of drywall). As a charged architectural element, which is hard to de-

Elevation 1

Rampe

Elevation 2

Wall

Through its generic representation, I am interested in the wall ordering itself around the site. Acknowledging through its height what is public and private, what is enclosed and Chimney what is revealed. It’s representation becomes a way to sow or01 separate spaces from each other by attaching or WALL HOUSE delaminating. The line divides separates or unites, hugs John Hejduk |1974 | Bye House or deviates. The Line and its line weight becomes order. Free Form

Free Form

Core

Rampe

Wall

Egress

ye House Free Form

Egress Chimney

Mass Rampe Wall

LINE TYPES

LINE LINE TYPES TYPES Wall

3 pt 3 pt

Wall Wall

3 pt

Wall

3pt ( 8 dash 5 gap)

Opening

3pt3pt ( 8(dash 8 dash 5 gap) 5 gap)

Opening Opening

3pt ( 8 dash 5 gap)

Opening

3 pt ( 1 dash 3 gap)

Columns

3 pt 3 pt ( 1(dash 1 dash 3 gap) 3 gap)

Columns Columns

3 pt ( 1 dash 3 gap)

Columns

0.7 pt

Rail

0.70.7 pt pt

Rail Rail

0.7 pt

Rail

LINE TYPES Wall

LINE TYPES

3 pt

10 3 pt

Wall


3 pt

Wall

3 pt 3 pt

Wall Wall

3 pt

Wall

3 pt

Wall

3pt ( 8 dash 5 gap)

Opening

3pt3pt ( 8(dash 8 dash 5 gap) 5 gap)

Opening Opening

3pt ( 8 dash 5 gap)

Opening

3pt ( 8 dash 5 gap)

Opening

3 pt ( 1 dash 3 gap)

Columns

3 pt 3 pt ( 1(dash 1 dash 3 gap) 3 gap)

Columns Columns

3 pt ( 1 dash 3 gap)

Columns

3 pt ( 1 dash 3 gap)

Columns

0.7 pt

Rail

0.70.7 pt pt

Rail Rail

0.7 pt

Rail

0.7 pt

Rail

0.15 pt

Glass

0.15 0.15 pt pt

Glass Glass

0.15 pt

Glass

0.15 pt

Glass

THE LINES & ITS SEMIOTICS NAME: ADVISOR:

Karim Saleh Peter Testa

LINE TYPES LINE TYPES 3 pt 3pt

Wall

dash55gap) gap) 3pt ((88dash

Opening

3 pt((11dash dash33gap) gap) 3pt

Columns

LA PROMENADE ARCHITECTURALE 0.7 pt

Rail

0.15 pt

Glass

Architecturale Promenade

CHITECTURALE

ECTURALE

LINE TYPES

Villa Savoye

LA PROMENADE ARCHITECTURALE

3 pt

Wall

3pt ( 8 dash 5 gap)

Opening

3 pt ( 1 dash 3 gap)

Columns

0.7 pt

Rail

0.15 pt

Glass

Villa Stein de Monzie

The Wall changes it’s programmatic relationship to the promenade by evolving from wall, to columns, to rail.

Using extrusion, two stacked walls are put in a dialect, erasing the trace of where one wall begins and where one ends.

Villa Savoye

Villa Stein de Monzie

LINE WEIGHT

THE LINES & ITS SEMIOTICS NAME: ADVISOR:

Folding Plan

Karim Saleh Peter Testa

LINEWEIGHT

LINE WEIGHT

4.5 pt

5.5 pt

5 pt

6 pt

LINE WEIGHT Folding Plan

FOLDING PLAN

1 pt

1.5 pt

2 pt

2.5 pt

3 pt

3.5 pt

4 pt

4.5 pt

5 pt

5.5 pt

6 pt

1 pt

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6 pt

6 pt


Undergraduate Thesis: The Wall & The Hall LINE TYPES

THE LINES & ITS SEMIOTICS NAME: LINE TYPES ADVISOR:

Karim Saleh Peter 3Testa pt 3pt ( 8 dash 5 gap)

3 pt ( 1 dash 3 gap) LINEAR OPERATIONS

Wall Opening Columns

0.7 pt

Rail

0.15 pt

Glass

Line 1

Surface 1

Line 2 Surface 2

Line 3 Surface 3

Line 4 Surface 4

LINE TYPES 3 pt

Wall

3pt ( 8 dash 5 gap)

Opening

3 pt ( 1 dash 3 gap)

Columns

0.7 pt

Rail

0.15 pt

Glass

Line 1

Surface 1

Line 2 Surface 2

Line 3

Surface 3

Line 4

Surface 4

THE LINES & ITS SEMIOTICS NAME: ADVISOR:

Karim Saleh Peter Testa

LINE TYPES 3 pt

Wall

3pt ( 8 dash 5 gap)

Opening

3 pt ( 1 dash 3 gap)

Columns

0.7 pt

Rail

0.15 pt

Glass

Wall becomes columns..

Floor slab created from de-laminated surface.

Columns evolved into rail, creating a shift of scale.

BIRDS EYE

WORMS EYE

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3 pt

Wall

3pt ( 8 dash 5 gap)

Opening

3 pt ( 1 dash 3 gap)

Columns

0.7 pt

Rail

0.15 pt

Glass


THE LINES & ITS SEMIOTICS NAME: ADVISOR:

Karim Saleh Peter Testa

THE LINES & ITS SEMIOTICS NAME: ADVISOR:

Karim Saleh Peter Testa

LEARNING FROM LAS VEGAS Hierarchy and Organisation

Line

Offset

Altered Line

Line Weight

Line Type

Compilation

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Undergraduate Thesis: The Wall & The Hall Contrary to the Wall, the Labyrinth is by nature curious. Being assimilated to a line, it’s articulation is extremely liberated by any spatial constraints. By simply accumulating weight or folding onto it self , space can be generated. It’s representation becomes a way to sow or separate spaces from each other by attaching or delaminating. The line divides separates THE WALLor unites, hugs or deviates. The Line and it’s line THE WALL weight becomes order. The wall has become overshadowed (consumed) by its political implications. From the great wall of china to the Berlin Wall, the wall has been means of defense against foreign invasion, as a means of segregation, discrimination. (meanings the wall has accumulated that are not inherent to its material/physical being) The wall is therefore tough, singular, decisive and behaves as barrier due to it’s heritage.

THE HALL THE HALL The Agora was a central public space in ancient Greek city-states. The literal meaning of the word is gathering place or assembly . The agora was the center of the athletic, artistic, spiritual and political life of the city.

Cores

The Hall, being a decendant, drasticallly opposes the Wall in it’s presonnality and physique. The Hall is extroverted and playfull willing to interact with the LABYRINTH promenade, contrary to the THE Wall. Contrary to the Wall, the Labyrinth is by nature curious.

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The Site being very charged demands several access points: from the rotonda, the highwalk, the barbican, the park and the side walk. The promenade extends the highwalk sowing the two typologies. Since the wall is intriverted, the circulation piereces through it , attempting to break its historical heritage, while the hall being an extorvert, complies with it. Enabling a public promenade to move around the hall giving public visual access to its interior.


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Obvious Reseidential Towers, Marina Del Rey

Undergraduate Vertical Studio

Fall 2017

The concern of the studio is to understand the political implications of an aesthetic language in shaping the visual experience of the city. The studio argues that facades, even when buildings are privately owned, are important for the city at large because they are inevitably the background of our public imagination. Any facade language strategy is by default political because it negotiates how the privacy of human interactions come to terms with a surrounding social and cultural context. Specifically, this studio will look closely at the stylistic features of various ongoing mixeduse large development now being built in Los Angeles and their facades as the place where cultural relationships get resolved within an urban context. In particular, the studio propose an alternative language for traditional facades,

based on well-known tectonic assemblies, whose aim is to engage new subjectivities. The studio will challenge the outdated notion of the generic style that appeal to many subjects, by inventing a new breed of reactionary subjectivities. These imaginative facades will become a political space for nuance and personal participation. The class will look at the photographic techniques of Beniamino Servino, combining pictures of real tectonic assemblies. With its collages Beniamino creates mystic, domestic, and peripheral architectural facades. For this reason, literal material assemblies will be used as the ideal point of departure to enable new subjectivities. As a corollary, the studio argues that architecture is autobiographical, it narrates the life of its author. Then others recognize themselves in it. For this reason, architecture seems to result from collective history. Instructor: Elena Manferdini


Vertical : Obvious

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Vertical : Obvious

Master Plan A New Ground

CIRCULATION DIAGRAM

By definition the vertical schema embeds Providing unoccupied land, it contriba social hierarchy from ground to top, it utes further to the neighborhood it is represents the property dream by stacking in by giving back increased communal, land parcels on top of each other and exac- educational, cultural and commercial Schema erbates the envy of owning the topVertical floor. programs, and increased public space. The relationship of a tower to the ground is mediated through a podium in order to enhance the collision and deal with the transition. At ground level, the four podia are independent and populated with community program. They delineate a permeable public space as an extension of the street level. As the bases step up to reach the residential towers they become interconnected through a lifted second ground surface which serves as secluded space for circulation and leisure of tower tenants. Atop, this elevated ground provides an exclusive residential view, underneath it, it sheds a microcosm of effusive livelihood.

Its typlogy produces the demanded occupiable surface whilst building over less area in comparison to a horizontal schema and , hereby, it liberates the ground.

Unite d’habitation 60x180x175 13 floors 150 000 sqft

The relationship of a tower to the ground is mediated though a podium in order to enhance the collision and deal with the transition.

Karim Saleh Luciano Menguini Alexis Rosenthal David Lin

New Federal Courthouse 80x100x200 18 floors 150 000 sqft

CIRCULATION DIAGRAM Karim Saleh Luciano Menguini Alexis Rosenthal David Lin

Vertical Schema

Large perforations of that surface enable light to reach ground level but more so maintain a mutual visual connection between external users and residents. While this delineation intensifies the clash between private and public it lends intimacy to the covered public ground and a contemplative attitude towards the towers as objects of the west side landscape.

Unite d’habitation 60x180x175 13 floors 150 000 sqft

Visual Connections Residential Residential Common Space

Public Circulation

Retail

Large central figural perforation

Ground Continuation / New Ground

CIRCULATION DIAGRAM Karim Saleh Luciano Menguini Alexis Rosenthal David Lin

Visual Connections

Public Circulation

Unite d’habitation 60x180x175 13 floors 150 000 sqft

Residential

New Federal Courthouse

80x100x200 Residential Common Space Retail

18 floors 150 000 sqft

Twin Towers 60x100x180 60x100x120 14 floors 150 000 sqft

RESIDENTIAL

RESIDENTIAL

Field of multiple small perforations

AMENITIES PRIVATE GROUND AMENITIES RESTAURANTS EDUCATIONAL

PUBLIC GROUNDLIBRARY

160,000 SQ FT PER TOWER (4 TOWERS) TOTAL OF 640,000 SQ FT FOR RESIDENTIAL 164 RESIDENTIAL UNITS PER TOWER

7,000 SQ FT PER TOWER (4 TOWERS) TOTAL OF 28,000 SQ FT FOR AMENITIES 15,000 SQ FT OF COMMERCIAL EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM PER TOWER TOTAL OF 60,000 SQ FT OF PUBLIC PROGRAMS

RETAILS

Unite d’habitation 60x180x175 13 floors 150 000 sqft

Ground Continuation / New Ground

New Federal Courthouse 80x100x200 18 floors 150 000 sqft

Twin Towers 60x100x180 60x100x120 14 floors 150 000 sqft Ground Continuation / New Ground

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Single Tower Pedestal 60x100x230 60x100x90 17 floors 150 000 sqft


MASTER PLAN PROPOSAL Verticality

Karim Saleh Luciano Menguini Alexis Rosenthal David Lin

At ground level, the four podia are independent and populated with community program. They delineate a permeable public space as an extension of the street level. As the bases step up to reach the residential towers they become interconnected through a lifted second ground surface which serves a a secluded space for circulation and leisure of tower tenants. A top, this elevated ground provides an exclusive residential view, underneath it, it sheds a microcosm of effusive livelihood.

Master Plan Proposal Karim Saleh Luciano Menguini Alexis Rosenthal David Lin

Twin Towers 60x100x180 60x100x120 14 floors 150 000 sqft

Unite d’habitation 60x180x175 13 floors 150 000 sqft

New Federal Courthouse 80x100x200 18 floors 150 000 sqft

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Single Tower Pedestal 60x100x230 60x100x90 17 floors 150 000 sqft


Vertical : Obvious

Master Plan

GALLERY

storage

storage

staff room

clinic

activity

cafe

room toddler/infant

2 yrs infant 3 yrs toddler

4-5 yrs

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Vertical : Obvious

Elevation & Facade Detail

Close Up 1

Close Up 2

Close Up 3

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Surface Unroll

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Vertical : Obvious

Chunk Detail

Graphic

Powder coated Graphic

Porferated Mesh Panel Glazing Balcony (5 foot width)

Core

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Powder coated Graphic

Core

Porferated Mesh Panel

Secondary Steel Structure Columns Glazing Balcony (5 foot width)

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Play The Part Midnight Kyoto, Train Station, Kyoto Japan

Undergraduate Vertical Studio

Spring 2017

Moving from composition to compositing, the studio investigates workflows beyond the limitations of conventional 3D modeling. This new type of “volumetric compositing” produces geometrically and volumetrically coherent objects. With a multiplicity of points of views and matrices of vision, the studio invents new modes of vision out of the collapse of earlier representational models. Defamiliarising the ways in which images and objects are constructed and perceived these modes of seeing, that includes non human or machine vision, have the potential to provoke a post digital aesthetics for art and architecture.

Selected works of James Stirling will be the starting point for the project. Taking up where Stirling’s Roma Interrotta left off, the studio will use his “set pieces” as object trouve- parts, tropes , and devices that may be revisioned within a new ontological and representational framework. Stirling’s “dark archive” uniquely supports an in-depth exploration of an architecture of quasi-autonomous parts. Students will propose a design project to test these architectural systems against a loose programmatic and site framework from one of Stirling’s relatively unknown masterworks.

Instructor: Devyn Weiser


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KNASI AIRPORT RAIL LINK

CONFERENCE HALL

HOTEL

DEPARTMENT STORE

PLAZA

CULTURAL BUILDING

LONG SECTION

SOUTH - TECHNOLOGICAL CITY

NORTH - TREADITIONAL CITY

KNASI AIRPORT RAIL LINK

SITE PLAN

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Vertical: Play The Part HOTEL

DEPARTMENT STORE

PLAN

SECTION

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PART SEPARATION

SILHOUETTE

AXON

SECTION

PART SEPARATION

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AXON

CONFERENCE HALL

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SILHOUETTE

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PART SEPARATION

SILHOUETTE

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SECTION

PART SEPARATION

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AXON

AXON

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SILHOUETTE

JR RAILWAY STATION PLAN

James Stirling AXONOMETRIC 1991

PART SEPARATION

SILHOUETTE

AXON

SECTION

SILHOUETTE

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SECTION

PART SEPARATION

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PART SEPARATION

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KNASI AIRPORT RAIL LINK

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SILHOUETTE

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Kyoto Centre Kyoto

James Stirling 1991 Kyoto Centre Kyoto

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CULTURAL BUILDING

DEPARTMENT STORE

HOTEL

PLAZA

JR RAILWAY STATION

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KNASI AIRPORT RAIL LINK

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DEPARTMENT STORE

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JR RAILWAY STATION

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JR RAILWAY STATION

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Vertical: Play The Part

ROBOT HOUSE SESSIONS

The focus of the study was on flatening the three dimentional compositions into a two-dimentional background, as a result creating a relationship between distant objects in space enabling the opertunity to produce representational hybrids of renderings and photos. Through this process of re-interpretation, the once flat background became a three dimentional object withholding the quality of a wall and canvas to the objects themselves. The primary study in the robot house became about studying the depth in space of parts in relationship to the vertical plane, and weather the parts merged with the plane, or distinguished themselves as a autonomous objects. The vertical plane, physical or abstract estblishes the location of the parts in space, to each other as well as the the ground. In the robot house, selected faces were painted to match the background to flatten or beginto bring forth desired objects in the composition. JAMES STIRLING | 1991 | KYOTO CENTRE | KYOTO HOTEL

DEPARTMENT STORE

CONFERENCE HALL

PART . 3A

CULTURAL BUILDING

PART . 1A

KNASI AIRPORT RAIL LINK

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PART . 5B

JR RAILWAY STATION

PLAZA

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PART . 7 PART . 1B PART . 6A PART . 2

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MIDNIGHT KYOTO

Kyoto Station, Kyoto, Japan Located in downtown Kyoto, Kyoto Station is the largest railway station and transportation hub in Japan. The threshold between the traditional city (North) and the future modern city (South), seperates a major city square in downtown Kyoto. The building includes a shopping mall, hotel, theater, department stores, and several facilities, as well as the Kyoto City Air Terminal unit. The organization challenges the increasing division between public and private space through its reinterpretation of the wall (Private) to objects (Public) relationship. As a gateway crossing the different prorams, from one side of the bridge to the next.

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Dynamic Architectural Systems SCI_Arc Campus, Arts District, Los Angeles, CA

Undergraduate Design Studio

Spring 2016

The second studio in the core sequence intorduces students to the comprehensive design and development of a large scale institutional building in an urban site. Advancing on the pedagogy established in previous (A-M-I-G-A-A: architecture as mass, interiority, ground, aperture and articulation), this studio focuses on the design, development and tectoni of the building envelope and its ability to articulate contemporary formal organisations. Our proposal for the re-design of the Southern California Institute of Architecture, located in the center of the arts district in downtown Los Angeles, seeks to re-invent the idea of student interaction within academia.

student interaction within academia. The challenge for the project was to produce a comprehensive project based on the school’s existing program, which demonstrated an understading of structural, environmental envelope, life safety provisions, building assembly, and the principles of sustainability. Our approach to a positive creative interaction between the students was to create a space which dissmissed all types of privacy. By reducing the amount of partitions and exclusions, the students would be confronted to an open air space which offered complete visual accesibility.

Instructor: Maxi Spina


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(Primary Spans for Floor Plates )

#6 REBAR

(Renforces the Concrete Flooring )

FIRE SRINKLER

(Primary piping for fire supression system )

W 14x28

(Secondary Support for Floor Spans )

RECTANGULAR HVAC DUCT

(Ductwork for Heating and Cooling. Exposed to Below )

PROFILED METAL DECKING

(Exposed to Below. Formwork for Concrete Floors )

ALUMINUM STUD (Framing for Railings )

FINISHED CONCRETE FLOOR

(Polished Concrete Flooring for Typical Slabs )

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Dynamic Architectural Systems

The project seeks to connect several programmatic typologies, which vary by size and form, with attriums that reflect themselves as carvings from the exterior. By looking closely at the jointure and sewing lines of our assemblies we provided techniques of folding and turning that enabled us to atriculate our masses. Due to this approach, the project holds multiples readings as both a layered single object and an erosion of multiple objects. The facade system held the interest of blurring the distinction between part to whole relationships. Axonometric and top view Part-to-whole possible relationships

Axonometric and top view Part-to-whole possible relationships tionships

Axonometric view : Mass composition and grains

metric view : composition and grains

Axonometric view : Mass composition and grains

Axonometric view : Mass composition and grains

Axonometric view : Ground floor, public vs studios

Axonometric view : Axonometric view : Axonometric view : Ground floor, public vs studios Ground floor, public vs studios Ground floor, public vs studios

South Elevation 1/16� = 1’

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Axonometric view : First floor, studios vs educational

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North Elevation (3rd Street) 1/16” = 1’

North Elevation (3rd Street) 1/16” = 1’

South Elevation 1/16” = 1’

West Elevation 1/16” = 1’

West Elevation 1/16” = 1’

East Elevation 1/16” = 1’

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ROLLED STEEL

(Secondary Larteral Support Structure )

WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

Primary Moisture Barrier for Facade System )

RAILING CAP

(Protects Drywall )

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STUDIO 6.1

PHOTOVOLTIC PANEL

STUDIO 6.2

Steel Box Frame to Support P.V Cells )

P.V. FRAME

(62" x 128”)G1 (Prefabricated Fiberglass Reinforced Concrete Panels)

GFRC PANEL

10.5’

F1 10.5’ E

14’

AUDITORIUM 1.1

6’ C1

14’

PARKING 0.1

B

12’

PARKING 0.2

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THERMAL INSULATION

Primary Thermal Barrier )

GLAZING CASSETTS

Aluminum frame along the perimeter of each panel to secure mounting brackets ) and support the FRP )

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Steel Box Frame to Sup P.V C

GFRC PANEL (62" x

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ROLLED STEEL

(Secondary Larteral Support Structure )

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Moisture Barrier for Facade System )

THERMAL INSULATI )

Primary Thermal Barrie

GLAZING CASSETTS RAILING CAP

(Protects Drywall ) )

Aluminum frame along t perimeter of each panel t secure mounting brackets and support the FRP )

W 18x32

(Primary Spans for Floor Plates )

#6 REBAR

(Renforces the Concrete Flooring )

FIRE SRINKLER

3rd Street

(Primary piping for fire supression system )

W 14x28

(Secondary Support for Floor Spans )

Ground Plan A ( at 4’) 1/16” = 1’

RECTANGULAR HVAC DUCT

(Ductwork for Heating and Cooling. Exposed to Below )

N

PROFILED METAL DECKING

(Exposed to Below. Formwork for Concrete Floors )

Dynamic Architectural Systems

ALUMINUM STUD (Framing for Railings )

FINISHED CONCRETE FLOOR

(Polished Concrete Flooring for Typical Slabs )


STAIR 3 WIDTH 4’6” CAPACITY .3

Materials

Exterior Panel Concrete Core and Foundation Concrete Slabs Structural Steel Secondary Steel Facade Louvers Glazing System Interior Precast Panels Misc. Finishes P.V Panels Fire Surpression

50,000 400,000 70,100 65,200 8,000 2,000 8,000 26,000 6,000 6,000 50,000

$150/ft2 $100/ft2 $120/ft2 $175/ft2 $3000/ft2 $150/ft2 $50/ft2 $150/ft2 $250/ft2 $200/ft2 $4/ft2

P.V. FRAME

Steel Box Frame to Support P.V Cells )

$139,372,000.00

GFRC PANEL (62" x 128”)

FLOOR 3

(Prefabricated Fiberglass Reinforced Concrete Panels)

Overheads FLOOR 2

20% 12% 1% 4% 5% 10%

Mechanical Architects OverHead MEP Overhead 75mm EXTRUDED ALUMINUM LOUVER BLADE Structural Overhead Estimate STEEL BOXContingency FRAME Construction Contingency PRIMARY GRAV. STRUCT

FLOOR 1

FLOOR OCCUPANCY GROUPS PROGRAM OCCUPIABLE FLOOR AREA (SQ.FT) 75mmOCCUPIABLE EXTRUDED ALUMINUM LOUVER BLADE LOAD (SQ.FT) Fixed at Center to Rotate. Operated by Electric Motor. )

Fixed at Center to Rotate. Operated by Electric Motor.

)

Steel Frame to Support Operable Louver System )

INSTRUCTORS: SCOTT

INSTRUCTORS: URIUURIG PAVEL INSTRUCTORS:SCOTT SCOTT

CONSULTANTS:JAMIE PAVEL GETOV PAVEL GETL

CONSULTANTS: JAMIE LYZUN MATTHE CONSULTANTS: JAMIE LYZU

MATTHEW MEL MATTHEW

MATTHEW MELNYK MATTHEW MELNYK

PHOTOVOLTIC PANEL

Sub Total

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PAVEL GETOV INSTRUCTORS: SCOTT URIUURIU INSTRUCTORS: SCOTT CONSULTANTS: JAMIE LYZUN PAVEL GETOV PAVEL GETOV MATTHEW MELNYK CONSULTANTS: JAMIE LYZUN CONSULTANTS: JAMIE LYZUN

$7,500,000.00 $40,000,000.00 $48,412,000.00 $11,410,000.00 $24,000,000.00 $300,000.00 $400,000.00 $3,900,000.00 $1,500,000.00 $1,800,000.00 $150,000.00

FLOOR 5 FLOOR 4

SKA SKA

AS 3034 | DESIGN DEVELOPEMENT | FALL 2016 [TEAM 1] AS 3034 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT FALL 2016 2016 AS 3034 | DESIGN DEVELOPEMENT | FALL SEAN JUSTIN - KARIM SALEH - RYAN FARNAM [TEAM 1] [TEAM 1] RISHAB JAIN - ANDREW SMITH SEAN JUSTIN RYAN FARNAM SEAN JUSTIN- KARIM - KARIMSALEH SALEH -- ANDREW SMITH RISHAB JAIN- ANDREW - RYAN FARNHAM RISHAB JAIN SMITH INSTRUCTORS: SCOTT URIU

$27,874,400.00 $16,724,640.00 TO PUBLIC WAY $1,393,720.00 $5,574,880.00 $6,968,600.00 $13,937,200.00

PHOTOVOLTIC PANEL

970 E. 3RD ST. LOS ANGELES, CA, 90013

STAIR 2 WIDTH 4’6” CAPACITY .3

SKARR SKARR

Total Price

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE

STAIR 1 WIDTH 4’6” CAPACITY .3

Unit

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Cost Per Unit

P.V. FRAME

Steel Box Frame to Support P.V Cells )

GFRC PANEL (62" x 128”) (Prefabricated Fiberglass Reinforced Concrete Panels)

Primary Gravitational support for the shell of the building )

STEEL BOX FRAME FLOOR 5 Steel Frame to Support Operable Louver System ) B PRIMARY GRAV. STRUCT STUDIO, GALLERY Primary Gravitational support for the shell of the building ) 10,953 ROLLED STEEL 110 (Secondary Larteral Support Structure ) FLOOR 4 WATERPROOF MEMBRANE B Primary Moisture Barrier for Facade System ) STUDIO, CLASSROOM 20,776 207

ROLLED STEEL

(Secondary Larteral Support Structure )

WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

Total Estimate

$211,845,440.00

Total Area in Sq. Ft

121,667

Primary Moisture Barrier for Facade System )

RAILING CAP

Cost Per Sq. Ft

FLOOR 3 B STUDIO, CLASSROOM 22,665 226

$1741.20

(Protects Drywall )

TO W 18x32 Spans PUBLICfor(Primary WAY Floor Plates )

)

(Protects Drywall )

(Renforces the Concrete Flooring )

W 18x32

(Primary piping for fire supression system )

W 14x28

(Secondary Support for Floor Spans )

#6 REBAR

FLOOR 2 A,B STUDIO, AUDATORIUM 10,289 102

(Renforces the Concrete Flooring )

RECTANGULAR HVAC DUCT

(Ductwork for Heating and Cooling. Exposed to Below )

FIRE SRINKLER

PROFILED METAL DECKING

(Primary piping for fire supression system )

(Exposed to Below. Formwork for Concrete Floors )

W 14x28

ALUMINUM STUD

(Secondary Support for Floor Spans )

(Framing for Railings )

RECTANGULAR HVAC DUCT

FINISHED CONCRETE FLOOR

(Ductwork for Heating and Cooling. Exposed to Below )

FLOOR 1 A,B OFFICE, GALLERY 36,940 300

Primary Thermal Barrier )

Aluminum frame along the perimeter of each panel to secure mounting brackets ) and support the FRP )

Column S18*72

FIRE SRINKLER

(Primary Spans for Floor Plates )

THERMAL INSULATION

GLAZING CASSETTS

#6 REBAR

RAILING CAP

)

DRAWING REVISIONS DRAWING REVISIONS DRAWING NO. DESCRIPTION REVISIONS DATE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

NO. 11 2 3 4 55 6

7 8 9

DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Revised Revised Revised Revised Revised Revised Revised Revised Revised

Aluminum frame along the perimeter of each panel to secure mounting brackets ) and support the FRP )

W18*72

(Framing for Railings )

(Polished Concrete Flooring for Typical Slabs )

SHEET NUMBER: SCALE: SHEET SHEET NUMBER: NUMBER: SCALE: SCALE:

SKARR SKARR

Primary gravitational Structure

DESCR DESCRIPTIO DESCRIPTIO Revised Revised Revised Revised Revised Revised Revised Revised Revised

SCI-A SCI-A SCI

SHEET N

PRELIMINAR Opinion of Pr PROBAB PROJECT PROJECTNUMBER: NUMBER: PROJECT NUMBER: DATE: DATE: DATE: DRAWN DRAWN BY: BY: DRAWN BY: CHECKED CHECKEDBY: BY: CHECKED BY:

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A6.0 A1 A6.0

FINISHED CONCRETE FLOOR

DRAWING DRAWINGRR DRAWING NO.NO. 11 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 55 5 6 6

7 7 8 8 9 9

1

DATE: PROJECT PROJECTNUMBER: NUMBER: DRAWN BY: DATE: CHECKEDDATE: BY: DRAWN DRAWN BY: BY: CHECKED CHECKEDBY: BY:

Parking Strcuture

ALUMINUM STUD

Primary Thermal Barrier )

Life Safety

PROJECT NUMBER:

24*24 Concerete Walls

(Exposed to Below. Formwork for Concrete Floors )

THERMAL INSULATION

GLAZING CASSETTS

SCI-A RC SCI-A RC SCI-ARC LIFE SAFETY EGRESS SHEET NAME

(Polished Concrete Flooring for Typical Slabs )

PROFILED METAL DECKING

00.00.00 DATE 00.00.00 DATE 10.10.16 00.00.0000.00.00 10.17.16 00.00.0000.00.00 10.24.16 00.00.0000.00.00 10.31.16 00.00.0000.00.00 11.7.16 00.00.0000.00.00 11.14.16 00.00.0000.00.00 11.21.16 00.00.0000.00.00 00.00.00 11.28.16 00.00.00 12.5.16

Cores

SHEET SHEET NUMBER: NUMBER: SHEET NUMBER: SCALE: SCALE: SCALE:

Stee

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(P

A6.0 1” = 50 ’

OF 12 24 17 1 OF 1/8” = 1’

Cores 75mm EXTRUDED ALUMINUM LOUVER BLADE Fixed at Center to Rotate. Operated by Electric Motor.

W18*72

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)

STEEL BOX FRAME

Steel Frame to Support Operable Louver System )

Concerete Slab

INSTRUCTORS: SCOTT URIU

PRIMARY GRAV. STRUCT

INSTRUCTORS: URIUURIU INSTRUCTORS:SCOTT SCOTT PAVEL GETOV

Primary Gravitational support for the shell of the building )

Column S18*72

PAVEL GETOV PAVEL GETOV CONSULTANTS: JAMIE LYZUN CONSULTANTS: JAMIE LYZUN CONSULTANTS: JAMIE LYZUN MATTHEW MELNYK

ROLLED STEEL

(Secondary Larteral Support Structure )

MATTHEW MELNYK MATTHEW MELNYK

WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

Tube 18”*6”

Primary Moisture Barrier for Facade System )

)

Tube 18”*18”

THE

Pri

GLAZ

Alum perim secure ) and su

RAILING CAP

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE

(Protects Drywall )

W 18x32

(Primary Spans for Floor Plates )

#6 REBAR

24*24 Concerete Walls Parking Strcuture

970 E. 3RD ST. LOS ANGELES, CA, 90013

(Renforces the Concrete Flooring )

PHOTOVOLTIC PANEL

FIRE SRINKLER

(Primary piping for fire supression system )

P.V. FRAME

W 14x28

Steel Box Frame to Support P.V Cells )

(Secondary Support for Floor Spans )

GFRC PANEL

(62" x 128”) (Prefabricated Fiberglass Reinforced Concrete Panels)

RECTANGULAR HVAC DUCT

(Ductwork for Heating and Cooling. Exposed to Below )

PROFILED METAL DECKING

(Exposed to Below. Formwork for Concrete Floors )

ALUMINUM STUD (Framing for Railings )

Primary gravitational Structure

75mm EXTRUDED ALUMINUM LOUVER BLADE Fixed at Center to Rotate. Operated by Electric Motor.

FINISHED CONCRETE FLOOR

Combined Primary and Secondary structure (Polished Concrete Flooring for Typical Slabs )

)

STEEL BOX FRAME

Steel Frame to Support Operable Louver System )

Concerete Slab

PRIMARY GRAV. STRUCT

Primary Gravitational support for the shell of the building )

ROLLED STEEL

(Secondary Larteral Support Structure )

WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

Primary Moisture Barrier for Facade System )

DRAWING REVISIONS DRAWINGREVISIONS REVISIONS DRAWING

Tube 18”*6” )

Tube 18”*18”

THERMAL INSULATION

Primary Thermal Barrier )

GLAZING CASSETTS

Aluminum frame along the perimeter of each panel to secure mounting brackets ) and support the FRP )

RAILING CAP

(Protects Drywall )

W 18x32

(Primary Spans for Floor Plates )

NO. NO. 1 11 2 23 34 45 556 67

DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Revised Revised Revised Revised Revised Revised

78 89 9

#6 REBAR

(Renforces the Concrete Flooring )

Revised Revised Revised

9

FIRE SRINKLER

DATE

DATE DATE 00.00.00 10.10.16 00.00.00 00.00.00 00.00.00 10.17.16 00.00.00 00.00.00 10.24.16 00.00.00 00.00.00 10.31.16 00.00.00 00.00.00 11.7.16 00.00.00 00.00.00 11.14.16 00.00.00 00.00.00 11.21.16 00.00.00 00.00.00 11.28.16 00.00.00 00.00.00 12.5.16

SCI-A RC SCI-A RC SCI-ARC

(Primary piping for fire supression system )

W 14x28

(Secondary Support for Floor Spans )

Structural SHEET NAME

RECTANGULAR HVAC DUCT

3D Structural Diagrams Project

(Ductwork for Heating and Cooling. Exposed to Below )

PROFILED METAL DECKING

PROJECT NUMBER: PROJECT PROJECT NUMBER: DATE: NUMBER: DATE: DATE: DRAWN BY: DRAWN BY: DRAWN BY:BY: CHECKED CHECKED CHECKEDBY: BY:

(Exposed to Below. Formwork for Concrete Floors )

ALUMINUM STUD (Framing for Railings )

FINISHED CONCRETE FLOOR

Combined Primary and Secondary structure (Polished Concrete Flooring for Typical Slabs )

SHEET NUMBER: SHEET SHEET NUMBER: SCALE:NUMBER: SCALE: SCALE:

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12 OF 12 OF100’ 24 24 1 OF 12 1” = 1/8” = 1’


Dynamic Architectural Systems

The facade system held the interest of blurring out the building’s part to whole relationship using a double facade pattern. From the inside out: The first layer is GFRP panels which uses the directionalityof the grain of the panels to create alignements and misreadings. The second layer is a photovoltaic panel system which is astheticised to be used as a secondary grain which over laps the primary directionality of the GFRP panels to accentuates the misreadings and further blurout thespatialdefinition of the building. The third layer is an aperture which disregards the two previous grains completing the full obscurity of the project.

Aluminum Louvers

A 17

Primary Gravity Structure

A 25

Waterproof Membrane

Secondary Lateral Support Strutcure

A 25

SKARR SKARR

GFRC PANELS BOLTED TO BRACE FRAME INSULATION 450mm x 150mm ROLLED STEEL BEAM

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GFRB WATER BARRIER MEMBRANE

INSTRUCTORS: SCOTT URIU INSTRUCTORS: SCOTT URIUURIU INSTRUCTORS: SCOTT PAVEL GETOV

PAVEL GETOV PAVEL GETOV 75mm EXTRUDED ALUMINUM LOUVER BLADE CONSULTANTS:JAMIE LYZUN CONSULTANTS: JAMIE LYZUN CONSULTANTS: JAMIE LYZUN

MELNYK Fixed at Center to Rotate. Operated byMATTHEW Electric Motor. MATTHEW MELNYK MATTHEW MELNYK

)

STEEL BOX FRAME

Steel Frame to Support Operable Louver System )

3/4” GYPSUM BOARD C CHANNEL STEEL STUD FRAME

PRIMARY GRAV. STRUCT

EDGE TRIM

Primary Gravitational support for the shell of the building )

HEXAGONAL STEEL DECKING CONCRETE SLAB

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE

ROLLED STEEL

#8 REBAR O.C.

(Secondary Larteral Support Structure )

PHOTOVOLTIC PANEL P.V. FRAME

Steel Box Frame to Support P.V Cells )

GFRC PANEL (62" x 128”) (Prefabricated Fiberglass Reinforced Concrete Panels)

970 E. 3RD ST. LOS ANGELES, CA, 90013

175mm x 150mm ROLLED STEEL BEAM

WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

Primary Moisture Barrier for Facade System )

W 18 x 72 PERIMETER BEAM 60mm x 150mm ROLLED STEEL BEAM

W 18x32 Primary Interior Beam W 14x28 SecondaryRAILING CAP Interior Beam

(Protects Drywall )

W 18x32

W 10 x 48 BEAM SPRAY ON FIRE RETARDENT FOAM

(Primary Spans for Floor Plates )

A 5.4 DRAWING REVISIONS DRAWING REVISIONS DRAWING REVISIONS

3/4” GYPSUM BOARD C CHANNEL STEEL STUD FRAME EDGE TRIM HEXAGONAL STEEL DECKING CONCRETE SLAB #8 REBAR O.C.

)

THERMAL INSULATION

Primary Thermal Barrier )

GLAZING CASSETTS

Aluminum frame along the perimeter of each panel to secure mounting brackets ) and support the FRP )

Rectangular HVAC Duct

NO. NO. 1 11 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 55 6 6

7 8 9

DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Revised Revised Revised

DATE DATE DATE

00.00.00 10.10.16 00.00.00 00.00.00 00.00.00 10.17.16 00.00.00 00.00.00 10.24.16 00.00.00 00.00.00 10.31.16 00.00.00 00.00.00 11.7.16 00.00.00 00.00.00 11.14.16 00.00.00 00.00.00 11.21.16 00.00.00 00.00.00 11.28.16 00.00.00 00.00.00 12.5.16

Revised Revised Revised

7 8 9

Revised Revised Revised

WALLSHEET SECTIONS NAME Wall Sections

SPRAY ON FIRE RETARDENT FOAM

PROJECT NUMBER: PROJECT NUMBER: PROJECT NUMBER: DATE:DATE: DATE: DRAWN BY: BY: DRAWN DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: BY: CHECKED CHECKED BY:

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(Primary piping for fire supression system )

Aluminum Stud

W 14x28

(Secondary Support for Floor Spans )

RECTANGULAR HVAC DUCT

Finished Concrete Floor

PROFILED METAL DECKING

(Exposed to Below. Formwork for Concrete Floors )

ALUMINUM STUD (Framing for Railings )

FINISHED CONCRETE FLOOR

A A4.0 8A 1 SHEETSHEET NUMBER: NUMBER: SHEET NUMBER: SCALE: SCALE: SCALE:

FIRE SRINKLER Reinforcement Bar

(Ductwork for Heating and Cooling. Exposed to Below )

SCI-ARC SCI-A RC SCI-ARC

W 10 x 48 BEAM

#6 REBAR

(Renforces the Concrete Flooring )

8 OF 10 12 OF 12 24 1 OF 1/8” =1/8” 1’ = 1’

(Polished Concrete Flooring for Typical Slabs )


AS 3

SEA

INSTRU INSTR

CONSU CONS

Photovoltaic Panel A 5.3

Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete Panel

PHOTOVOLTIC PANEL P.V. FRAME

Steel Box Frame to Support P.V Cells )

GFRC PANEL

(62" x 128�) (Prefabricated Fiberglass Reinforced Concrete Panels)

Thermal Insulation Glazing Cassetts )

A 5.5

D

THERMAL INSULATION

Primary Thermal Barrier )

GLAZING CASSETTS

Aluminum frame along the perimeter of each panel to secure mounting brackets ) and support the FRP )

NO. 11 2 3 4 55 6

7 8 9

PROJE PROJ DATE DATE

DRAW DRAW CHEC CHEC

65

SHEE SHEE SCALE SCAL


Dynamic Architectural Systems

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Aluminum Louver (exterior) Glazing Mullion

AS 3034 DESIGNDE D AS 3034 | DESIGN [T [T SEAN JUSTIN SEAN JUSTIN- KARIM - KARIM RISHAB JAIN RISHAB JAIN -

Glazing

INSTRUCTORS: URIU INSTRUCTORS:SCOTT SCOTT

PAVEL GETO PAVEL G

CONSULTANTS: JAMIE LYZU CONSULTANTS: JAMIE L

MATTHEW MATTH

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Primary Beam

PHOTOVOLTIC PANEL

Concrete Slab

P.V. FRAME

Steel Box Frame to Support P.V Cells )

GFRC PANEL (62" x 128”) (Prefabricated Fiberglass Reinforced Concrete Panels)

Reinforcment Bar Metal Decking Down Lights HVAC Duct

HVAC Vent

75mm EXTRUDED ALUMINUM LOUVER BLADE Fixed at Center to Rotate. Operated by Electric Motor.

)

STEEL BOX FRAME

Steel Frame to Support Operable Louver System )

PRIMARY GRAV. STRUCT

Primary Gravitational support for the shell of the building )

ROLLED STEEL

(Secondary Larteral Support Structure )

WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

Primary Moisture Barrier for Facade System ) )

Primary Thermal Barrier )

GLAZING CASSETTS

Aluminum frame along the perimeter of each panel to secure mounting brackets ) and support the FRP )

RAILING CAP

(Protects Drywall )

DRAWING DRAWING

THERMAL INSULATION

W 18x32

(Primary Spans for Floor Plates )

NO. 11 2 3 4 55 6

7 8 9

#6 REBAR

(Renforces the Concrete Flooring )

Louver Cassette Assembly

FIRE SRINKLER

(Primary piping for fire supression system )

DESCRI DESCRI Revis Revis Revis

Revis Revis Revis

Revis

SKA

Revis Revis

SCISC

W 14x28

(Secondary Support for Floor Spans )

SHEET AS 3034 DESIGN DEV

RECTANGULAR HVAC DUCT

AS 3034 3D | DESIGN DEVI Detail [TEA [TE SEAN JUSTIN SEAN JUSTIN- KARIM - KARIMS RISHAB JAIN RISHAB JAIN PROJECT PROJECTNUMBER: NUMBER: - A

(Ductwork for Heating and Cooling. Exposed to Below )

PROFILED METAL DECKING

(Exposed to Below. Formwork for Concrete Floors )

DATE: DATE:

ALUMINUM STUD (Framing for Railings )

INSTRUCTORS: URIUU INSTRUCTORS: SCOTT DRAWN DRAWN BY: BY:SCOTT

PAVEL GETOV CHECKED PAVEL G CHECKEDBY: BY:

FINISHED CONCRETE FLOOR

CONSULTANTS: JAMIE LYZUN CONSULTANTS: JAMIE LY

(Polished Concrete Flooring for Typical Slabs )

AA

MATTHEW M MATTHE

SHEET SHEET NUMBER: NUMBER: SCALE: SCALE:

Motor Connection

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Panel Frame Clips PHOTOVOLTIC PANEL

Screws

P.V. FRAME

Steel Box Frame to Support P.V Cells )

Rotation Rod

GFRC PANEL

(62" x 128”) (Prefabricated Fiberglass Reinforced Concrete Panels)

Aluminum Louver

75mm EXTRUDED ALUMINUM LOUVER BLADE Fixed at Center to Rotate. Operated by Electric Motor.

)

Louver Frame

STEEL BOX FRAME

Steel Frame to Support Operable Louver System )

PRIMARY GRAV. STRUCT

Primary Gravitational support for the shell of the building )

ROLLED STEEL

(Secondary Larteral Support Structure )

WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

Primary Moisture Barrier for Facade System ) )

Primary Thermal Barrier )

GLAZING CASSETTS

Aluminum frame along the perimeter of each panel to secure mounting brackets ) and support the FRP )

RAILING CAP

(Protects Drywall )

W 18x32

(Primary Spans for Floor Plates )

DRAWINGR DRAWING

THERMAL INSULATION

NO. 11 2 3 4 55 6

DESCRIPT DESCRIPT Revise Revise Revise

Revise Revise Revise

7 8 9

#6 REBAR

(Renforces the Concrete Flooring )

Revise

Revise Revise

FIRE SRINKLER

(Primary piping for fire supression system )

SCISCI-

W 14x28

(Secondary Support for Floor Spans )

SHEET

RECTANGULAR HVAC DUCT

3D Detail Fa

(Ductwork for Heating and Cooling. Exposed to Below )

PROFILED METAL DECKING

(Exposed to Below. Formwork for Concrete Floors )

PROJECT PROJECTNUMBER: NUMBER: DATE: DATE: DRAWN DRAWN BY: BY: CHECKED CHECKEDBY: BY:

ALUMINUM STUD (Framing for Railings )

Louver Facade System FINISHED CONCRETE FLOOR (Polished Concrete Flooring for Typical Slabs )

A A5

66

SHEET SHEET NUMBER: NUMBER: SCALE: SCALE:


SKA

AS 3034 DESIGNDE D AS 3034 | DESIGN [T [T SEAN JUSTIN SEAN JUSTIN- KARIM - KARIM RISHAB JAINRISHAB JAIN

INSTRUCTORS: URIU INSTRUCTORS:SCOTT SCOTT

PAVEL GETO PAVEL

Glazing

CONSULTANTS: JAMIE LYZU CONSULTANTS: JAMIE L

MATTHEW MATTH

Waterproofing PV Panel

Facade Structure

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Window Box Frame

Panel Brace Frame

GFRC Panel PHOTOVOLTIC PANEL Standoffs / Structural Panel Frame

P.V. FRAME

Steel Box Frame to Support P.V Cells )

GFRC Panel Frame GFRC PANEL

(62" x 128”) (Prefabricated Fiberglass Reinforced Concrete Panels)

Exterior Beam Glazing

75mm EXTRUDED ALUMINUM LOUVER BLADE Fixed at Center to Rotate. Operated by Electric Motor.

)

STEEL BOX FRAME

Steel Frame to Support Operable Louver System )

Louver System

PRIMARY GRAV. STRUCT

Primary Gravitational support for the shell of the building )

Insulation

ROLLED STEEL

(Secondary Larteral Support Structure )

WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

Primary Moisture Barrier for Facade System )

Primary Beam

)

DRAWING DRAWING

THERMAL INSULATION

Primary Thermal Barrier )

NO. 11 2 3 4 55 6

GLAZING CASSETTS

Metal Decking

Aluminum frame along the perimeter of each panel to secure mounting brackets ) and support the FRP )

RAILING CAP

(Protects Drywall )

W 18x32

(Primary Spans for Floor Plates )

DESCRI DESCRI Revi Revi Revi

Revi Revi Revi

7 8 9

#6 REBAR

(Renforces the Concrete Flooring )

Revi

Revi Revi

FIRE SRINKLER

(Primary piping for fire supression system )

SCI SC

W 14x28

(Secondary Support for Floor Spans )

SHEET

RECTANGULAR HVAC DUCT

3D Enclo

(Ductwork for Heating and Cooling. Exposed to Below )

PROFILED METAL DECKING

(Exposed to Below. Formwork for Concrete Floors )

PROJECT PROJECTNUMBER: NUMBER: DATE: DATE: DRAWN DRAWN BY: BY: CHECKED CHECKEDBY: BY:

ALUMINUM STUD (Framing for Railings )

FINISHED CONCRETE FLOOR

(Polished Concrete Flooring for Typical Slabs )

AA

S

SHEET SHEET NUMBER: NUMBER: SCALE: SCALE:

Typical Facade Panel Assembly (Interior View)

AS 30

SEAN SE

INSTRUC INSTRU

CONSUL CONSU

PHOTOVOLTIC PANEL P.V. FRAME

Steel Box Frame to Support P.V Cells )

GFRC PANEL

(62" x 128”) (Prefabricated Fiberglass Reinforced Concrete Panels)

Glazing

Typical Facade Panel Assembly (Exterior View)

Standoffs W 18x32 Secondary Interior Beam

75mm EXTRUDED ALUMINUM LOUVER BLADE Fixed at Center to Rotate. Operated by Electric Motor.

Photovoltaic Panel P.V. Panel Frame GFRC Panel

)

GFRC Panel Frame

STEEL BOX FRAME

Steel Frame to Support Operable Louver System )

PRIMARY GRAV. STRUCT

Primary Gravitational support for the shell of the building )

W 18x32 Primary Interior Beam

Waterproof Membrane

ROLLED STEEL

(Secondary Larteral Support Structure )

WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

Primary Moisture Barrier for Facade System ) )

Primary Thermal Barrier )

GLAZING CASSETTS

Aluminum frame along the perimeter of each panel to secure mounting brackets ) and support the FRP )

RAILING CAP

(Protects Drywall )

W 18x32

(Primary Spans for Floor Plates )

DR

THERMAL INSULATION

NO. 11 2 3 4 55 6

7 8 9

#6 REBAR

(Renforces the Concrete Flooring )

FIRE SRINKLER

(Primary piping for fire supression system )

W 14x28

(Secondary Support for Floor Spans )

RECTANGULAR HVAC DUCT

Ty

(Ductwork for Heating and Cooling. Exposed to Below )

PROFILED METAL DECKING

(Exposed to Below. Formwork for Concrete Floors )

ALUMINUM STUD (Framing for Railings )

FINISHED CONCRETE FLOOR

(Polished Concrete Flooring for Typical Slabs )

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PROJEC PROJE DATE: DATE: DRAW DRAW CHECK CHECK


Field Operations Hight-Rise, Hudson Yards, New York City

Undergraduate Design Studio

Fall 2015

Hardly any other building type has provided architects the possibility of technological innovation and seemingly endless aesthetic limits as much as the High Rise. Often characterized as the most magnificent architectural occurrence of the previous century, its presence in the contemporary city not only embodies the celebration of modern material technology and high visual impact, but it is also the intersection of strategies of densification via zoning law and code requirements; global and local real estate speculation, investment markets and politics. The first studio of the third year core studio sequence locates the idea of architecture at the intersection of various systems of

information: from technical to cultural, from visual to tactile. Considering the use of precedents and antecedents, the main investigation examines the particular impact of the building envelope and its material and geometrical determinations on site and a Tall building form, and the capacity to use transformation as a methodological tool to guide a rigorous approach to decision making. By studying the specificities of the Tall building envelope, i was exposed to the tight dependency existing between serial determinations -of both geometric and material order of the outermost surface, and the spaces it encloses, its surroundings and its iconographic performance in today’s metropolis.

Instructor: Alexis Rochas


Field Operations: Roof Plan

FACADE DETAIL: F63

F62

F61

F60

F59

F58

F57

F56

F55

F54

F53

F52

F51

F50

F49

D

F48

F47

F46

F45

F44

Exterior Panels

F43

F42

F41

F40

C F39

F38

F37

F36

F35

F34

F33

F32

F31

F30

F29

F28

F27

F26

F25

F24

Vertical Structure

F23

F22

F21

F20

F19

F18

F17

F16

F15

F14

F13

F12

F11

F10

F9

F8

F7

F6

B

F5

Lateral Structure

F4

F3

F2

F1 - Highline

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A


Section Axonemetric: Core+Attrium

F23__ F22__ F21__ F20__ F19__ F18__ F17__ F16__ F15__

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C F39

Field Operations:

F38

F37

F36

F35

F34

F33

F32

F31

F30

F29

F28

F27

F26

F25

F24

F23

F22

F21

F20

F19

F18

F17

F16

74

F15


Roof Plan

F63

F62

F61

F60

F59

F58

F57

F56

F55

F54

F53

F52

F51

F50

F49

D

F48

F47

F46

F45

F44

F43

F42

75

F41


Field Operations:

PLANS:

LEVEL 6

LEVEL 40

76


LEVEL 49

77


Field Operations:

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