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A A301

A A302

76 SF

47 SF

MASTER BATH

PIA'S BATH

40 SF

CLOSET

40 SF

CLOSET 178 SF

MASTER BEDROOM

185 SF

PIA'S ROOM

133 SF

GUEST ROOM GUEST BATH 445 SF

PATIO 75 SF

A A303

A A303

A A201

A201 A

VESTIBULE

FLORIDA RM.

LIVING ROOM DINING RM.

442 SF

COVERED PATIO

78 SF

238 SF

LAUNDRY RM.

GARAGE

203 SF

KITCHEN

WALL LEGEND EXISTING TO REMAIN

K A R L C . L A N D S T E I N E R , J r.

G R A D U AT E D E S I G N P O R T F O L I O | H a r v a r d U n i v e r s i t y G r a d u a t e S c h o o l o f D e s i g n

PROPOSED FLOOR PLAN

EXISTING TO BE REMOVED

A A302

1/4" = 1'-0"

A A301

1 A102

NEW CONSTRUCTION


TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S 04

H U D S O N YA R D S spring 2013

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C O O P E R AT I VA C A R I O C A spring 2012

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ELASTICITY fall 2012

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S W A M P W AT E R S U B U R B S

A A302

A A301

spring 2013

76 SF

47 SF

MASTER BATH

PIA'S BATH

40 SF

CLOSET

40 SF

CLOSET 178 SF

MASTER BEDROOM

185 SF

PIA'S ROOM

CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

GUEST BATH 445 SF

PATIO 75 SF

A A303

A A201

A201 A

VESTIBULE

2010 - 2013

A A303

FLORIDA RM.

LIVING ROOM DINING RM.

442 SF

COVERED PATIO

78 SF

238 SF

LAUNDRY RM.

GARAGE

203 SF

KITCHEN

WALL LEGEND EXISTING TO REMAIN

KARL C. LANDSTEINER JR - K ar l@KCLJR.com - www.KCLJR.com -239.789.8648

PROPOSED FLOOR PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

EXISTING TO BE REMOVED

A A302

1 A102

A A301

32

133 SF

GUEST ROOM

NEW CONSTRUCTION


H U D S O N YA R D S Nestled on the far West Side of Manhattan along the Hudson River, the Metropolitan Transit Authority’s West Side Yard (heretofore referred to as Hudson Yards) presents both pportunity and obstacles as a development site. Considered frontiers for revitalization in Manhattan, the neighborhoods of Hell’s Kitchen, Clinton, and Chelsea stand high on any developer’s wish list. More so, the development site hosts the final leg of the High Line, a beacon of success on Manhattan’s West Side and an ideal lure for drawing pedestrian flows into the development. Indeed, the gift of 26 undeveloped acres in a neighborhood so primed for growth is almost unimaginable in Manhattan.

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UBRAN DESIGN

H U D S O N YA R D S

The design of Hudson Yards is based on the concept of creating two distinct yet interconnected communities centered about a pair of signature public spaces: the plaza and the park. With over 60 percent of the development characterized by open public space, their design was critical and helped inform the character of the buildings that surround them. On the Eastern Rail Yard, the Hudson Plaza was envisioned as an active center of commerce and civic engagement. Its position as a connector between the Hudson Boulevard from the north and the High Line from the south afford it a privileged opportunity to act as a nexus of activity between these two vital urban amenities. The Hudson Park in the Western Rail Yard assumes a different character entirely. A vast, pastoral lawn creates a landscape of leisure.

spring 2013

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0

6

100’

200’

300’


1. Retail Center s 2. School & Storage Facility 3.Hudson Par k & Plaza 4. Culture Center 5. Residential Tower s 6. Office Tower s

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2

3

6

4

5

7


HUDSONPLAZA

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H U D S O N PA R K


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10

ITARARE Teleferico Station

Drainage Center s

Urban Context & POIs

Cine Carioca

Drainage Paths

Inter mdeiate Center

Civic Center s

Drainage Basin

Context Integration


UBRAN DESIGN

5 1

2 3

6

7

8

1. Nova Brasilia School 2. Filtration Plaza 3.Credit Union & CO-OP 4. Funicular Tram 5. Teleferico Station - ITARARE 6. Par king Facility (350 car s) 7. Automobile Acess 8. Path to Cine Carioca

C O O P E R AT I VA CARIORA

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In response to recent development initiatives by the Brazillian government, the Cooperativa Carioca and Escoal Nova Brasilia seek to provide education and upward mobility to the neighborhood of Nova Brasilia and residents of Complexo do Alem達o. The 700 student school was developed with programatic requirements of the Rio 2030 education initiative. The COOP provides an intermediate centrality and water management site between the newly constructed Teleferico system, and existing nodes located on the edge of the Complexo.

spring 2012

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12


13


+93m +93m

C B +63m

A

+92m

+63m

+50m

+30m

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0

50m

100m


A

Escola Nova Brasilia Site

Guadalajara Neighborhood

Nova Brasilia Neighborhood

ITARARE Teleferico Station

Nova Brasilia Neighborhood

Escola Nova Brasilia Site

Itarare Neighborhood

B

Street

Guadalajara Neighborhood

Nova Brasilia Neighborhood

C High School

Cine Carioca

Nova Brasilia Neighborhood

Escola Nova Brasilia Site

Street

Joaquim de Queiroz Neighborhood

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Retention Basin

1 6king Facility Par

Recycling Center

CO-OP

Outdoor Mar ket

Outdoor Mar ket

Overflow

Cister n

Recycling Center

CO-OP

Bank

Par king Facility

Retention basin


Site fea Programming

Site features

Water Management Programming

OutdoorOutdoor Theatre Theatre Commercial Commercial Space 600m2 600m2

Pedestrian Pedestrian Plaza Plaza

Credit NovaUnion Brasilia Credit Union 330m2 330m2

Vehicular Vehicular access Access

Nova BrasiliaCenter recycling center Recycling 230m2 230m2

Shor t Short Ter mterm parking Par king

Outdoor Theatre

Commercial Space 600m2 Pedestrian Plaza

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RESILLIENCE AFTER DISASTER The lack of oppor tunity to rebuild community within refugee camps is the greatest problem facing victims following the disaster. To address these problems, this strategy employs low-tech methods of resource processing and a design based on traditional japanese bamboo constr uction. Although the str ucture is intended as a medium ter m (0-3yr s) solution, the long-ter m benefits manifest themseflves through the knowldege gained by processing, fabrication, and constr uction.

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ARCHITECTURE

elastiCITY

The decisions made following a natural disaster should consider immediate needs and future demands. Using traditional techniques employed by bamboo craftsmen in Kyoto, Japan, the entire structure can be constructed by hand. From a very modest size, the ribbed structure can expand over time. The construction process introduces the fundamentals of bamboo as a building material, so innovation occurs in both the design and craft. The proportional dimensioning system provides member lengths for the structural member categories (S,M,L).

fall 2012

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PARAMETRIC DESIGN (length of longest member equal to ~1.8 X Height) The availablity of adequate sized bamboo impacts bay spacing. These limitations can be overcome by lashing together smaller member s to create a larger str uctural member.

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1

2

RIB SYSTEM

3

LINEAR BRACING

4

5

DIAGONAL BRACING

FLOOR JOISTS

OUTDOOR PATH

DIAGONAL BRACING

construction pro cess

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ASSEMBLY (2per son min) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

RIB SYSTEM - laminated bamboo LINEAR BRACING - bamboo chute FLOOR JOISTS - halved bamboo EXTERIOR PATH - halved bamboo DIAGONAL BRACING - bamboo threads EXTERIOR COVER - local material

par king facility and credit union

COVER 21


transver se section

longitudinal section

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A fresh star t, and a stable future

The multi-layered str uctural system employed by the elastiCITY design, provides rigid flexibilty. This ensures resillience against future adver se environmental conditions. 23


Secondar y & Ter tiar y Networ ks

Building Density

Ecological Cor ridor s

Vehicular Access

Water Infrastr ucture

Density & Land Use 24


THESIS

S W A M P W AT E R SUBURBS

The goal of this thesis is to investigate suburban ecologies and urbanization to develop an alternative focused on maximizing the intrinsic resources present within the community. The suburban landscape continues to succumb to sprawling development, and redevelopment strategies intend to increase density. This approach is valid, but fails to account for how to manage the periphery. By rethinking vacant space, we can integrate social and productive solutions that improve declining conditions and reduce vulnerability towards future uncertainty and climate change.

spring 2013

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URBAN GROWTH 1955-1995 1996-2013

Satellite

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High Moisture

Low Moisture

Recharge

Denity & Production

Composite


CORRIDOR MAPPING

ecolgical and development poential

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TRANSITIONAL INFRASTRUCUTRE The landscape ser ves multiple ecological, civic, and infrastr uctural pur poses. By redesigning the existing canal networ k, the infrastr ucture can guide development and connect neighborhoods.

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Neighborhood Center s

Production Center s

Ecological Preser vation

Infrastr ucture Networ k 29


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SUBURBIA 2100

Lehigh Acres, FL (+100yr s)

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ADUANA AVENUE

ZONING DATA

SETBACK REQUIREMENTS

BUILDING SQUARE FOOTAGE

TOTAL

TOTAL

GREEN SPACE

FLOOD INFORMATION

1 A100

SITE PLAN 1/8" = 1'-0"


A A301

A A302

76 SF

47 SF

MASTER BATH

PIA'S BATH

40 SF

CLOSET

40 SF

CLOSET 178 SF

MASTER BEDROOM

185 SF

PIA'S ROOM

133 SF

GUEST ROOM GUEST BATH 445 SF

PATIO 75 SF

A A303

A A303

A A201

A201 A

VESTIBULE

FLORIDA RM.

LIVING ROOM DINING RM. 442 SF

COVERED PATIO

78 SF

238 SF

LAUNDRY RM.

GARAGE

203 SF

KITCHEN

WALL LEGEND EXISTING TO REMAIN

PROPOSED FLOOR PLAN A A301

1/4" = 1'-0"

EXISTING TO BE REMOVED

A A302

1 A102

NEW CONSTRUCTION


1 A203

EXISTING SOUTH ELEVATION

2 A203

PROPOSED SOUTH ELEVATION

1/4" = 1'-0"

1/4" = 1'-0"


1 A204

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

2 A204

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

2 A204

TRANSVERSE SECTION

3/16" = 1'-0"

3/16" = 1'-0"

3/16" = 1'-0"



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