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KYLE BENEVENTI PORTFOLIO ARCHITECTURE

URBAN DESIGN

2016 VISUALIZATION


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First Place: Super Sky Scrapers International Competition

11 SILO REVIVAL - REDTORY

Competition Entry - Guangzhou China

14 AMEGY BANK

Pickard Chilton Architects - Houston, TX

19 MINNESOTA CAPITOL OFFICE BUILDING Pickard Chilton Architects - St. Paul, MN

23 GA TECH - SCIENCE BUILDINGS Pickard Chilton Architects - Atlanta, GA

27 1144 FIFTEENTH

Pickard Chilton Architects - Denver, CO

URBAN DESIGN 33 ROCINHA - URBAN INTERVENTION Thesis Project - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

39 RESEARCH AND MAPPING

Studies and Competition Entries - Various Cities

41 REANIMATE THE RUINS - DETROIT Parallel Projections LLC - Select Entries

VISUALIZATION 53 CASA DE LA CIUDAD

Personal Visualization Project - Oaxaca, Mexico

59 BIGELOW CHAPEL - HGA ARCHITECTS Personal Visualization Project - New Brighton, MN

63 PARK & SHORE - STRATEGIC CAPITAL The Seventh Art - Newport, NJ

67 287 PARK AVENUE SOUTH - CLI INVESTMENTS The Seventh Art - New York, NY

75 520 PARK AVENUE - ZECKENDORF DEVELOPMENT The Seventh Art - New York, NY


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ARCHITECTURE 07 ADAPT - VERTICAL ARCOLOGY

First Place: Super Sky Scrapers International Competition

11 SILO REVIVAL - REDTORY

Competition Entry - Guangzhou China

14 AMEGY BANK

Pickard Chilton Architects - Houston, TX

19 MINNESOTA CAPITOL OFFICE BUILDING Pickard Chilton Architects - St. Paul, MN

23 GA TECH - TECHNOLOGY SQUARE Pickard Chilton Architects - Atlanta, GA

27 1144 FIFTEENTH

Pickard Chilton Architects - Denver, CO


ADAPT - VERTICAL ARCOLOGY PERSONAL COMPETITION

HONG KONG

First place finalist in an international design competition for a vertical arcology in Hong Kong. There are two integral components to the success of an arcology; the Social Sustainability and the Environmental Sustainability. The coordination of these responsibilities gives the programming and structural design to the tower. Taking cues from successful urban neighborhoods, social sustainability is about the integration of residential, commercial, and business interests into a flexible and expandable community. Environmental sustainability is demonstrated through passive systems and the organization of technology. Industrial and agricultural processes are composed to complement each other by the flow of waste, water, energy and food.


VERTICAL NEIGHBORHOOD Residential Levels Public Levels

STRUCTURE, CIRCULATION, FLEXIBLE PROGRAM

AGRICULTURE Farming Fish + Water Algae + Energy

RECREATION VERTICAL NEIGHBORHOOD Residential Levels Public Levels

BUILDINGS ADAPTS IN RESPONSE TO NEED

AGRICULTURE Farming Fish + Water Algae + Energy

ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ANALYSIS

EDUCATION VERTICAL NEIGHBORHOOD Residential Levels Public Levels

ARENA STREET + PUBLIC Museum Space Retail

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SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY

EXTERIOR CIRCULATION

INTERIOR CIRCULATION

GREEN / PUBLIC SPACE

RETAIL / SERVICE

COMMERCIAL: BUSINESS / OFFICE

RESIDENTIAL: STUDIO / 1 BR

RESIDENTIAL: 2 AND 3 BR

RESIDENTIAL: MULTI-FAMILY

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Taking cues from successful urban neighborhoods, the tower is divided into several strategically composed “Vertical Neighborhoods” which reflect the diversity of the traditional street and provide all essential services. Each vertical neighborhood starts with a large public plaza surrounded by shops, businesses, and service industry offerings. As one moves vertically from this urban center, program becomes less dense and more residential; mimicking the gradient of a metropolis becoming individual suburbs and offering the ability to live, work, and play without leaving your neighborhood. Each micro-community benefits from the next: creating a socially sustainable network.


ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY WATER COLLECTION Channels in the top of each concentric ring captures rainfall filters it and distributes to Cisterns, while piping in the bottom of the ring moves waste water to treatment plants and programs in the building for reuse.

ENERGY COLLECTING MESH Surface make use of Solar Panels Wind Turbines fill Mesh Gaps

DEVELOPMENT SYSTEMS 3D printing on tracks Construction components

SOLAR + DAY LIGHT The core is hollowed to create a light well, furthered by expansive openings within each unit’s facade. The ring’s infrastructure is also capped with an array of solar panels, capturing solar energy. The energy produced by the building is used throughout the tower.

FARMING + GRAZING PLANES Orchard Production Greenhouse Horticulture Fisheries Algae Fuel

CROP + AQUACULTURE Orchard Production Greenhouse Horticulture Fisheries Algae Fuel

RECREATIONAL SPACES WIND + VENTILATION A permeable skin allows energy generation and passive cooling throughout the building. Furthermore, large wind speeds at high altitudes will be captured with turbines inserted into the building’s mesh facade.

Open Air Sports Fields Swimming Pools Bike + Running Tracks

RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOODS Developable Greenspace Gardens + Parks Interstitial Open Space

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SILO REVIVAL - REDTORY PERSONAL COMPETITION

GUANGZHOU, CHINA

This project aims to embody the creative process in built form. This process is embodied by both the construction of the silo and within its program, where artists and designers are free to express and collaborate with other artists in classrooms, computer labs, and critique spaces on each level’s balcony. At any point in this process, an idea may be generated which projects out at the tangent point of its inception, altering the creative process and moving toward final product. This idea is represented by the circular form of the silo and by the bridges that cantilever out to form connections between the creative suites of the silo, and the brick buildings which house the fabrication labs and administrative offices.


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All of the creating and collaborating happens inside the silo, where studios and workshops for every kind of artistic expression are housed. These glass studio cubes face each other and spill out onto balconies intended for pin-up and crit-space. The existing brick buildings linked by the bridges, on the other side of the reflecting pool, are renovated and restored to house service program such as a cafe, office spaces, rest rooms, utility rooms. This keeps the center for artistic creation and expression separate yet connected to these complimentary amenities.

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AMEGY BANK, TX PICKARD CHILTON ARCHITECTS

HOUSTON, TX

Amegy Bank’s new headquarters is prominently located within Post Oak Park in Houston’s Uptown District. The tower features fifteen levels of offices atop an enclosed eight-level parking podium. The tower’s curved glass façades maximize views of downtown Houston and the Galleria. The tower is accessed through a double-height, light filled lobby, elegantly detailed in natural surfaces of wood and stone. The high-performance enclosure with 10 foot floor-to-ceiling insulated glass introduces natural light deep within the offices while mitigating solar heat gain. The on-site employee-only dining conservatory offers healthful food options and provides an informal space for spontaneous collegial meetings. All work is the property of and was a collaborative effort of Pickard Chilton Architects.


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PARKING PODIUM CURTAIN WALL

The curtain wall for the parking podium uses precast concrete fins to add substantiality to the bass of the building. It is paired with metal screen which act as a framework for vines and vegetation to grow and provide a lush visual and passive cooling for the parking levels.

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TOWER CURTAIN WALL

The tower curtain wall uses an alternating rhythm of long and short frosted glass fins to articulate the module and cast shadows across the facade, giving depth and richness to the tower as a whole.

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MN CAPITOL OFFICE BUILDING PICKARD CHILTON ARCHITECTS

ST. PAUL, MN

Sited directly northwest of Cass Gilbert’s historic 1905 State Capitol Building, the new Minnesota Senate Building has been designed to be a landmark in its own right, architecturally distinctive and worthy of the twenty-first century, purposefully facilitating greater interaction and communication with the citizens of Minnesota. Arcing along the radius of the Capitol’s dome, the building’s massing gently curves to maximize views back to the Capitol. The building is considered an extension of the Capitol with offices and support space for state senators and their staff, three large public hearing rooms, and several departments supporting the legislative process. All work is the property of and was a collaborative effort of Pickard Chilton Architects.


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MARRIAGE OF HISTORIC AND MODERN The glass curtain wall and facade design for this iconic building is based on the golden ratio, just like the state capitol and many other historic buildings. The connection to the capitol building is not only visual; there is a tunnel below the street that connects the capitol to the ground floor of the Capitol Office Building, underneath the elevated plaza facing the Capitol.

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GA TECH - TECHNOLOGY SQUARE PICKARD CHILTON ARCHITECTS

ATLANTA, GA

Technology Square will inspire and realize a sustainable, innovative ecosystem that integrates Technology Square with the new interdisciplinary research and economic development potential. Sited across the bridge from GA TECH proper, this tower will encourage a collaborative community; linking students interested in tech and software with research labs and companies that can train them and facilitate their potential. This relationship is further strengthened by the High Performance Computing Center, which occupies the historic Crum and Forster building connected to the tower on the first four floors. All work is the property of and was a collaborative effort of Pickard Chilton Architects.


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Overall Total

Mechanical

M

19

15

CONTEXT MODEL

19,564 gsf

20

23,082 rsf

Parking

8,186 gsf

22

gsf 99,56423,082 gsf

Retail

Mechanical

M

66,568 rsf

HPCC

HPCC

EL 48

EL 487’-0”

6

P5

5

P4

4

P3

3

P2

2

HPPC 2

P1

1

HPPC 1

G

G

LL1

LL1

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PICKAR D CH I LTON

7

20’

HIGHER ENTRY

HIGHER ENTRY

LOWER ENTRY

6

20’

10’

20’

10’

LOWER ENTRY

20’

HIGHER ENTRY

20’

20’

8

LOWER ENTRY

SKYLIGHT GAIN E LLOBBY E V AT O R L O B B I&E SOLAR S:

paces: GCrum and Forster ROUND LEVEL

E L E V AT O R L O B B I E S : LEVEL -0.5 LEVEL +1.5

LEVEL 2

2 Office

14’-8” F to F 25,250 x 2 = 50,500 gsf

5

E L E V AT O R L O B B I E S :

4

GROUND LEVEL LEVEL -1

3 2

5 Enlarged Office

14’-8” F to F 34,987 + (36,740 x 4) = 181,947 gsf

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P5 P4 P3

7 Parking

P1 - 11’-0” F to F P2-P7 - 10’-0” F to F

P2 P1 Crum and Forster Entrance

G LL1

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Ground

19’-0” F to F

Mechanical

14,906 gsf

52,428 gsf 20’-0” F to F

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Workspace: Enlarged Floor Plans LOW RISE AND ATRIUM

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1144 FIFTEENTH PICKARD CHILTON ARCHITECTS

DENVER, CO

1144 Fifteenth is the first Class-A commercial office tower to be built in Denver in 30 years. The tower’s design harkens to the rocky mountains and fritted spandrel glass at the crown resembles the mountain’s frosty tops. The core separates two sculpted massings which “dance” with each other and offer gracious lease depths. This tower offers not only a site-sensitive and contextual design, it is a LEED Gold Certified workplace with a state-of-the-art air filtration system and under floor air. All work is the property of and was a collaborative effort of Pickard Chilton Architects.


10/15/2014 10:07:43 AM

LEVEL 1

1/8" = 1'-0"

A3.0

1 KHA PROJECT NO.

DRAWING NUMBER

LEVEL 1 DRAWING TITLE CAD FILENAME

NO. 1

DATE

ISSUE

15 OCT 14

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

EXISTING FOUR SEASONS E 5' - 8" 8"

ENTER 9%

14%

10%

12' - 4"

EXIT

DN TO LEVEL B1

22' - 0"

DOWN FROM LEVEL 2 D

ENTER

UP FROM LEVEL B1

EXIT

+5217.55'

A5.02

18' - 7 5/8"

1

UP TO LEVEL 3

17% +5217.55' 11 A7.01

UP

7' - 8 3/4"

S

STAIR 3 P

DN

DN STAIR

P

+5216.65'

11" 4' - 6"

4' - 5"

9' - 6"

FIRE ENTRY

2' - 7"

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1

DN

PRELIMINARY

13' - 0"

+5214.85' 151

5' - 8 5/8"

11 A7.03

UP

S

8' - 0 3/8"

43' - 4"

149 156

7' - 8" 9' - 6"

TEL-2

C

TEL-1 MAIL ROOM

LR-4 HR-4

SERVICE ELEVATOR LOBBY

Lighting Design Consultant PE-3

P

6' - 8"

S

16 A4.01

A5.01 LR-3

DOCK MASTER

3' - 4"

STAIR 4

HR-7 HR-3

16 A4.02

UP

LOW-RISE ELEVATOR LOBBY

SECURITY BREAK ROOM

SE-2

23' - 10"

Acoustical Consultant

PE-2

LR-6

HR-6

HIGH-RISE ELEVATOR LOBBY

Building Management & Controls, Building Secu

36' - 4"

LR-2

Graphic Design & Wayfinding

RETAIL 15.75 (0,0') FINISH FLOOR

SE-1

1

145' - 0"

Snow, Ice, Wind Consultant HR-2

Exterior Building Maintenance Consultant

DN UP

PE-1

FCC +5217.85'

LR-1

152

STAIR 2

LR-5

SERVER ROOM

Curtain Wall Consultant

HR-5 HR-1

LEED Consultant

LOADING 2' - 8 5/8"

B Vertical Transportation Consultant 153 UP

DN

Parking Consultant Geotechnical Consultant 1 A3.61

A5.04 1

Civil Engineer Landscape Architect 43' - 4"

LOBBY 15.75 (0,0') FINISH FLOOR

RETAIL 14.09 (-1.51') FINISH FLOOR

Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Protecti Structural Engineer Architect of Record Design Architect Owner

A 1 A4.01 A5.05

A5.01

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A5.07

16

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1144 FIFTEENTH

9

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LEVEL 15 EL 173' - 0"

P I C K AR D CH I L T ON

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19' - 0"

A407 2 A416

PODIUM 8 EL 140' - 0"

24' - 0"

14' - 0"

LEVEL 14 EL 154' - 0"

14' - 0"

Design Consultant

Pickard Chilton Architects, Inc.

14' - 0"

Structural and Civil Engineer

Martin/Martin, Inc.

Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Proection

M-E Engineers, Inc.

10' - 0"

Landscape Architects

10' - 0"

LEVEL 10 EL 100' - 0"

Design Workshop Geotechnical Consultant

CTL Thompson, Inc. LEVEL 9 EL 90' - 0"

Parking Consultant

10' - 0"

PODIUM 4 EL 84' - 0"

HWA Parking LEVEL 8 EL 80' - 0"

10' - 0"

14' - 0"

A464

LEVEL 11 EL 110' - 0"

10' - 0"

14' - 0" 14' - 0"

PODIUM 5 EL 98' - 0"

2

Kendall/Heaton Associates, Inc.

10' - 0"

PODIUM 6 EL 112' - 0"

SIM

Architect of Record

LEVEL 12 EL 120' - 0"

1

2

Owner / Development Manager

Hines

LEVEL 13 EL 130' - 0" PODIUM 7 EL 126' - 0"

A441

1144 Fifteenth Street Denver, CO

14' - 0"

PODIUM 3 EL 70' - 0"

LEVEL 7 EL 70' - 0"

Vertical Transportation Consultant

Person/Hahn Assocaites, Inc. LEED Consultant

Architectural Energy Corporation Curtain Wall Consultant

20' - 0"

Curtainwall Design & Consulting Inc.

PODIUM 2 EL 56' - 0"

14' - 0"

Exterior Building Maintenance Consultant

4

Snow, Ice, Wind Consultant

Rowan Williams Davies & Irwin, Inc. Building Management & Controls, Building Security

1

HMA Consulting, Inc. LEVEL 3 EL 30' - 0"

Acoustical Consultant

Shen Milsom & Wilke, LLC

15' - 0"

5

Olympique

LEVEL 4 EL 40' - 0"

10' - 0"

PODIUM 1 EL 42' - 0"

10' - 0"

LEVEL 5 EL 50' - 0"

Graphic Design & Wayfinding

D|G Studios LEVEL 2 EL 15' - 0"

Lighting Design Consultant

Lighting Design Alliance

15' - 0"

1 2

REVISIONS

A321 LEVEL 1 EL 0"

2

DD ISSUE

10/15/2014

2 A452

ELEVATION NOTES DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

1. Prefinished Aluminum Panel Canopy

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Struc

Mechanical, Electric

43' - 4"

OPEN TO COOLING TOWER BELOW COOLING TOWER

Lands

Ci 1 A3.92

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Geotec

A5.15

Park 30' - 0"

Vertical Tran

B

FAN ROOM FAN ROOM

LEE

FAN ROOM

Curtain

Exterior Building

STORAGE P

HIGH-RISE ELEVATOR MECH ROOM

MECH

Snow, Ice 36' - 4"

16 A4.02

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SERVICE ELEVATOR MECH ROOM

Building Managemen

Acous 16 A4.01

FAN ROOM

145' - 0"

FAN ROOM

1 A5.01

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Graphic D

Lighting D

STAIR 2 C

PRE

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A5.13

22' - 0"

D

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DES

DATE

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1144 F

DRAWING TITLE

1 A4.02

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LEV

KHA PROJECT NO.

LEVEL 42 0.2

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4

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A5.17

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A

Des

Arch

Struc

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Mechanical, Electric

Lands

Ci

Geotec 1 A5.15

Park

Vertical Tran

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STAIR 3

LEE

P

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ELEC

MECH 1

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Exterior Building HR-6

HR-2

P 1 A3.80

Building Managemen

HR-3

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16 A4.01

Acous

UP

STOR

HR-4 DN

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STAIR 2

AOR

STOR

STAIR 1

145' - 0"

MECH 2

UP

E

SERVICE ELEVATOR LOBBY TEL-2

Snow, Ice

RA

36' - 4"

O A

HIGH-RISE ELEVATOR LOBBY HR-7

P

16 A4.02

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JAN

Curtain

MEN EMR SE-2

O A RA 1 A5.01

Graphic D

Lighting D

TEL-1

WOMEN

HR-1

C

PRE

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1

43' - 4"

A5.13

22' - 0"

D

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1

15 OCT 14

NO.

DES

DATE

CAD FILENAME

1144 F

DRAWING TITLE

1 A4.02

10/14/2014 6:31:05 PM

LEV

KHA PROJECT NO.

LEVEL 39 0.2

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A

Des

Archi

Struc

43' - 4"

Mechanical, Electric

Lands

Civ 1 A3.75

Geotech

Parkin

TEL-2

Vertical Trans

B

STAIR 3

UP

STOR LR-1

LR-5

LEED

HR-5

ELEC

HR-1 MECH 1

Curtain

S

P

DN

Exterior Building

EMR S

HR-6

P

HR-2 O A

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16 A4.01

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JAN

Graphic De

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Lighting D

T

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AOR

Acoust

MEN DN UP

105

LR-4

Building Management

HR-3 S

SERVICE ELEVATOR LOBBY MECH 2

Snow, Ice

RA

WOMEN HR-7 SE-1

145' - 0"

16 A4.02

SE-2

LR-3

36' - 4"

LR-6

LOW-RISE ELEVATOR LOBBY O A

UP

STAIR 1

TEL-1

LR-2

RA 1 A5.01

C

PREL

43' - 4"

    

22' - 0"

D

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15 OCT 14

NO.

DESI

DATE

CAD FILENAME

1144 F

DRAWING TITLE

1 A4.02

10/14/2014 6:30:21 PM

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KHA PROJECT NO.

LEVEL 15-25 0.2

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Arch - 5"

90°

5' 8 7/16"

Struc

75° 12' -

3' -

11 1/4"

8 1/2"

Lands

DN

1

Mechanical, Electric

43' - 4"

2' - 11 1/2"

14'

UP

Civ

A5.04

Geotech 1 A3.65

Parki

Vertical Tran

B

LEE

STORAGE

UP

PE-1

S

16 A4.02

DN

UP

HIGH-RISE ELEVATOR SHAFT

PARKING PARKING CROSSOVER CROSSOVER

Exterior Building

PARKING ELEVATOR LOBBY

STAIR 4

HIGH-RISE ELEVATOR SHAFT

SE-2

LOW-RISE ELEVATOR SHAFT

1

Snow, Ice 36' - 4"

STAIR 3 DN

Curtain

P

TEL-2

ELEC/EMR LOW-RISE ELEVATOR SHAFT

PE-2

Building Managemen

SE-1

S

16 A4.01

DN

PE-3

145' - 0"

UP

P

STORAGE

P

Acous

SERVICE ELEVATOR LOBBY

P

UP

S

DN

STORAGE

S

A5.01

Graphic De

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Lighting D

TEL-1

C

PRE

MOTORCYCLE PARKING

43' - 4"

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UP

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362

4' - 10"

A5.02

D 5' - 2"

STORAGE

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20' - 4"

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NO.

15 OCT 14

DES

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DRAWING TITLE

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KHA PROJECT NO.

LEVEL 5,7,9,11

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1 A5.06

LEVEL 14 154' - 0" LEVEL 13 130' - 0" LEVEL 12 120' - 0" LEVEL 11 110' - 0" LEVEL 10 100' - 0" LEVEL 9 90' - 0" LEVEL 8 80' - 0" LEVEL 7 70' - 0" LEVEL 6 60' - 0" LEVEL 5 50' - 0" LEVEL 4 40' - 0" LEVEL 3 30' - 0" LEVEL 2 15' - 0" LEVEL 1 0' - 0" LEVEL B1 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT -12' - 0" LEVEL B2 ISSUE -22' - 0"

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LEVEL 14 154' - 0" LEVEL 13 130' - 0" LEVEL 12 120' - 0" LEVEL 11 110' - 0" LEVEL 10 100' - 0" LEVEL 9 90' - 0" LEVEL 8 80' - 0" LEVEL 7 70' - 0" LEVEL 6 60' - 0" LEVEL 5 50' - 0" LEVEL 4 40' - 0" LEVEL 3 30' - 0" LEVEL 2 15' - 0" LEVEL 1 0' - 0" LEVEL B1 -12' - 0" LEVEL B2 -22' - 0"

LEVEL 39 509' - 0" LEVEL 38 495' - 0" Civil Engineer LEVEL 37 481' - 0" 36 GeotechnicalLEVEL Consultant 467' - 0" LEVEL 35 Parking Consultant 453' - 0" LEVEL 34 439' - 0" Vertical Transportation Consultant LEVEL 33 425' - 0" LEED Consultant LEVEL 32 411' - 0" Curtain Wall LEVEL Consultant31 397' - 0" LEVEL 30 Exterior Building Maintenance Consultant 383' - 0" LEVEL 29 369' - 0" Snow, Ice, Wind Consultant LEVEL 28 355' - 0" Building Management & Controls, Building Security LEVEL 27 341' - 0" LEVEL 26 Acoustical Consultant 327' - 0" LEVEL 25 Graphic Design & Wayfinding 313' - 0" LEVEL 24 Lighting Design Consultant 299' - 0" LEVEL 23 285' - 0" LEVEL 22 271' - 0" LEVEL 21 257' - 0" LEVEL 20 243' - 0" PRELIMINARY LEVEL 19 229' - 0"  LEVEL 18  215' - 0"   LEVEL 17  201' - 0" LEVEL 16 187' - 0" LEVEL 15 173' - 0" Landscape Architect

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LEVEL 39 509' - 0" LEVEL 38 495' - 0" LEVEL 37 481' - 0" LEVEL 36 467' - 0" LEVEL 35 453' - 0" LEVEL 34 439' - 0" LEVEL 33 425' - 0" LEVEL 32 411' - 0" LEVEL 31 397' - 0" LEVEL 30 383' - 0" LEVEL 29 369' - 0" LEVEL 28 355' - 0" LEVEL 27 341' - 0" LEVEL 26 327' - 0" LEVEL 25 313' - 0" LEVEL 24 299' - 0" LEVEL 23 285' - 0" LEVEL 22 271' - 0" LEVEL 21 257' - 0" LEVEL 20 243' - 0" LEVEL 19 229' - 0" LEVEL 18 215' - 0" LEVEL 17 201' - 0" LEVEL 16 187' - 0" LEVEL 15 173' - 0"

1 A5.09

35' - 0"

LEVEL 41 MECHANICAL 542' - 0"

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URBAN DESIGN 33 ROCINHA - URBAN INTERVENTION Thesis Project - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

39 RESEARCH AND MAPPING

Studies and Competition Entries - Various Cities

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ROCINHA URBAN INTERVENTION EDUCATIONAL - SENIOR THESIS

RIO DE JANEIRO

This informal settlement, first occupied by a small community of farmers in the 1930’s, developed swiftly and organically to its current state where the population is estimated to be 150,000 people. Most residents come to Rocinha for work, usually in trade. Independent stores and businesses are part of every day life and are often operated from their homes or off the street. Rocinha hosts a dynamic range of income levels, but the large majority of it’s residents live in poverty with a minimum monthly wage equivalent to $214/mo. Despite lacking many of the basic amenities necessary for a healthy standard of living, life in Rocinha is very vibrant and most people enjoy the lives they are building for themselves. Communities are tight knit and celebrations take place throughout the streets quite often.


one

two

33.42%

one

PRECEDENT RESEARCH

two

33.42%

three

28.66%

four

16.27%

11.14%

75%

LOCATION AND DENSITY

100%

four

75%11.14%

10.51%

100%

100%

50%

number of people own

per

household other

INCOME AND EMPLOYMENT rent

82.68%

household

per

16.27%

75%

10.51%

FAMILY AND HOUSEHOLD number of people

three

28.66%

100%

<two

dependent

four

three

22.40%

0.30%

2.80%

14.21%

26.20%

<2 3

<six

4

12.30%

16.00%

23.10%

5

<2

<two

three

22.40%

four

26.20%

<six

25%

4

12.30%

16.00%

23.10%

>6

3

50%

88%75%

100% 88% open seven days a week

5 >6

25%

50%

children type

BRAZIL 22 per/sq.km

RIO DE JANERIO 7353 per/sq.km

22

7353

pers/sq.km

property domicile own

R

100%

14.21%

75%

14.21%

82.68%

82.68%

rent 14.21%

PROPERTY OWNERSHIP

D

2.80%

75%

O 0.30%

rent

82.68%

100%

income

and

employment

income

and

employment

100%

100% 50%

Rocinha

one

two

33.42%

33,083 pers/sq.km

pers/sq.km

of

O

No Kids 75%

37% open twelve hours a day

37%

type

property domicile Have Kids

ROCINHA 33,083 per/sq.km

Rio de Janeiro

100%

household

own

100%

Brazil

of

per

75%

three

28.66%

four

16.27%

11.14%

75%

50%

own 82.68%

own

100%

82.68%

per

88% four

three

22.40%

26.20%

25%

23.10%

50%

other 0.30%

88%

household

88% open seven days a week

150,000 37% unofficial count

<2

<two

2.80%

14.21%

0.30%

2.80%

14.21%

dependent

rent

other

dependent

rent

number of people

10.51%

3

<six

16.00%

88% open seven days a week

75%

4

12.30%

37% open twelve hours a day

5 >6

100% 37% open twelve hours a day

37%

O

82.68%

R D

14.21% 2.80%

O 0.30%

type of property domicile 97,945 O R

D

82.68%

14.21%

2.80%

own

O 0.30%

rent

82.68%

income

and

employment

14.21%

75%

100%

100%

33,790

50%

4,513

2020

0.30%

2000

2.80%

14.21%

2010

other

dependent

rent

1990

1980

82.68%

1970

1960

1950

1940

1930

1920

own

88%

82.68%

R D

14.21%

income

2.80%

O 0.30%

1927

1971

1980

1986

Formation of a community of farmers employed in Gavea.

Brazil hosts Olympics

Brazil hosts World Cup.

employment

1993

386 shacks occupy the area.

and

2004

1938 1933

O

2014

37% open twelve hours a day

37%

Main road in Gavea is paved.

2016

88% open seven days a week

Rocinha occupied by 1300 policemen following internal drug dispute. 12 civilians killed.

Rocinha considered an administrative region

Rocinha adopted as a legitimate neighborhood.

Rocinha expands; considered largest Favela in Latin America

Inauguration of the Tunnel Dios Irmanos

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BREAKING INTO ZONES A FIRST STEP TO HIERARCHY

In this proposal, the location of each public space is based on the characteristics unique to each zone: proximity to Infrastructure such as the cable cars, distance from Commercial activity currently only lining Estrada de Gavea, or using Topography to frame views across the favela in areas where linear plazas are required to follow contour lines. Public Plaza’s are tailored to these qualities and the resulting network connects each plaza, creating a very relevant plan that could improve the community on several different levels.

I C T ZONE 5

B R E A K I N G I N TO Z O N E S

I C T ZONE 1

D I S T R I B U T I N G S PA C E

I C T ZONE 4

I C T ZONE 2 I C T ZONE 3

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Since vehicular mobility is so restricted in Rocinha, this hierarchy works to make Rocinha a very walk able city. Research indicates that the optimal preferred walking distance is 5 minutes, or 1/4 mile. The 5min walking radius is placed at the center of each main plaza and adjusted to consider Rocinha’s dramatic topography. This guide determines areas lacking relief space. Connecting corridors are chosen according to existing circulation patterns. Smaller spaces are introduced to fill gaps that the walking radii don’t cover between main plazas.


NAVIGATION AND RELIEF INTRODUCING HIERARCHY

5 M I N WA L K I N G R A D I I FROM MAIN PLAZAS

To provide a more dynamic and ordered system for Rocinha, it is important that the destination spaces remain pure public space. This unfortunately means uprooting several families and clearing houses. In this case, however, the benefit out weighs the cost. To maintain personal and vocational connections, a series of small towers were placed at interval locations along the corridors connecting public spaces. This allows for a smaller footprint which can be repeated throughout the favela, providing housing for the residents displaced and maintaining proximity to their communities.

ADJUST RADII FOR TO P O G R A P H Y

C O R R I D O R A C T I VAT I O N CONNECTING CORRIDORS

R E S U LT I N G H I E R A R C H Y

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PAIRING BUILDING AND PLAZA A NEW VISIBLE HIERARCHY POTENTIAL FORMATS

Currently all commercial activity exists along Estrada de Gavea, the main road through Rocinha. The farther from this main road, the less access residents have to these amenities.

CENTRIPETAL

FRAMING VIEWS

Addition of the main plazas offer the opportunity of commercial access to more residents. Termination of sight lines along the corridor determine placement of Resettlement Housing Towers.

Smaller public spaces are paired with the towers as an extension of the street, to provide relief along the corridor connecting Estrada de Gavea and the large Plaza. 36 | URBAN DESIGN | ROCINHA

STREET LEVEL PLAZA


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RESEARCH AND MAPPING CITY OF KORASTA

LIEPAJA, LATVIA


KLAKSVIK, FAROE ISLANDS

CARACAS, VENEZUELA

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REANIMATE THE RUINS PARALLEL PROJECTIONS LLC - SELECT ENTRIES This LLC researches and facilitates theoretical competitions focused on socially sustainable design. Our inaugural competition, aptly named Reanimate The Ruins, asked designers to propose new uses for the Packard Automotive Plant in Detroit, MI, while considering urban, architectural, and economic factors. This competition received over 300 entries from 28 different countries and results were covered in several architecture publications. I had the privilege of presenting select entries to developers and city officials who could use these ideas as a catalyst for implementing real change.

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A short list of 30 entries were reviewed by a carefully curated panel of judges spanning diverse disciplines including; Dan Kinkead - Director of Detroit Future Cities, Adam Modesitt Associate Architect at SHOP Architects, John Lauter Published Packard Historian, and Daniel Patera Associate Professor of Architecture at Detroit Mercy School of Architecture. A catered Awards Gala was held, open to the public, to display the winners and short list finalists.

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VISUALIZATION 53 CASA DE LA CIUDAD

Personal Visualization Project - Oaxaca, Mexico

59 BIGELOW CHAPEL - HGA ARCHITECTS Personal Visualization Project - New Brighton, MN

63 PARK & SHORE - STRATEGIC CAPITAL The Seventh Art - Newport, NJ

67 287 PARK AVENUE SOUTH - CLI INVESTMENTS The Seventh Art - New York, NY

75 520 PARK AVENUE - ZECKENDORF DEVELOPMENT The Seventh Art - New York, NY


CASA DE LA CIUDAD OAXACA CITY

OAXACA, MEXICO

In my 3rd year of school my eyes were opened to the beauty of Oaxaca Mexico, a UNESCO heritage site. The focus of this study abroad was on public spaces and cultural typology, and began with a case study on a building of our choosing. My selection, Casa de la Ciudad, is a cultural space and museum dedicated to promoting knowledge of Oaxaca and offer new interpretations of architectural research, restoration, and sustainable development within the city. The drawings in this set were hand drawn and traced with ink on mylar. The renderings were a self initiated learning project using a combination of 3DsMax, SketchUp, and Vray.


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BIGELOW CHAPEL HGA ARCHITECTS

NEW BRIGHTON, MN

The Bigelow Chapel is a beautiful addition to the United Theological Seminary in New Brighton MN, designed by local firm HGA. This was a personal project I used to improve my modeling workflow in SketchUp and practice photo-realistic rendering using 3DsMax and Vray.


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75 PARK LANE STRATEGIC CAPITAL

NEWPORT, NJ

75 Park Lane is the modern luxury tower component of a two building development in Newport, NJ, developed by Strategic Capital. Branding work was done by The Seventh Art. I served as the Creative Director and Project Manager for this set of images. Technical rendering work was done by Binyan in Australia.


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2 SHORE LANE STRATEGIC CAPITAL

NEWPORT, NJ

2 Shore Lane is the sister building to 75 Park Lane, also developed by Strategic Capital. This building offers a modern spin on the warehouse lofts of TriBeCa and Brooklyn. Branding work was done by The Seventh Art. I served as the Creative Director and Project Manager for this set of images. Technical rendering work was done by Binyan in Australia.


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287 PARK AVENUE SOUTH CLI INVESTMENTS

NEW YORK, NY

This project brings modern luxury to a historic facade in Manhattanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Flatiron district. This project will be developed by CLI Investments. Branding work was done by The Seventh Art. I served as the Creative Director and Project Manager for this set of images. Technical rendering work was done by VDP Design in Barcelona.


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520 PARK AVENUE ZECKENDORF DEVELOPMENT

NEW YORK, NY

520 Park Avenue will be one of Manhattanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premiere residential towers. Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects and developed by Zeckendorf Development. Branding work was done by The Seventh Art. I served as the Creative Director and Project Manager for this set of images. Technical rendering work was done by VDP Design in Barcelona.


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