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M A S T E R O F A R C H I T E C T U RE, I L L I N O I S I N S T I T U T E O F T E C H N O L O G Y, C H I C A G O B A C H E L O R O F S C I E N C E I N A R C H I T E C T U RE, U N I V E R S I T Y O F I L L I N O I S, U R B A N A


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B A R O Q U E C O N C E R T H A L L F O R P A R C B A L B I, V E R S A I L L E S DOWNTOWN CHAMPAIGN COMMUNITY CENTER KAYAK CHICAGO AND COMMUNITY PARK C O M M U N I T Y A R T S C E N T E R & G A L L E R Y, C H I C A G O T E N S I O N R I B B O N, L A R G E S C A L E S T R U C T U R E, I I T M E R I T C O N S E R V A T O R Y O F M U S I C, C H I C A G O W E S T M A N H A T T A N P O D H O T E L, N E W Y O R K “A T M O S P H E R E S,” I - 9 0 / 9 4 C O R R I D O R, W E S T L O O P, C H I C A G O L I F E S C I E N C E I N C U B A T O R + B I O E T H I C S I N S T I T U T E, C H I C A G O


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in this junior year studio project, i was to design a concert hall for a site in versailles, france. the site is tucked away in a peaceful garden. i wanted to create something intriguing to draw audiences in, yet simple and elegant to keep with the clam feeling of the garden. the main concept of this hall is to stay in the garden even when inside. glass all the way around keeps you right in the garden and the panels can all slide open. the entrance to my concert hall is at the entrance to the garden, so once in, visitors can circulate and enter at any point.

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downtown champaign community center, champaign, illinois.

a community center is a place where community members gather for group activities, social suppot, and public information, among other things. if done right, it can possitively inďŹ&#x201A;uence a community greatly. champaign is a city with a diverse population. my goal was to create a center that would draw all crowds in and bring champaign towards the future it is striving for. two of the main aspects of my project are the greenhouse on its south facade, which will bring interest to the community in sustainabilty, and the skewed structural columns on the buildingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s exterior, to bring a fun feeling into the center. this structure creates a shaded patio for utilzation of the outdoors, as well as a great setting for an indoor/outdoor pool. the main theme of this center is going green and positively influencing the city and community to strive for an enviromentally healthier lifestyle. this community center can help transform champaign into an environmentally friendly city as well as providing a place for community members to thrive in.

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SUSTAINABILITY

• use of photovoltaic panels on roof of gymnasium, tilted south facing • use of daylighting for gymnasium by use of skylight centered on roof • green roof with plantings • natural shading by use of overhang • optimal natural lighting due to orientation on site • presence of a greenhouse • use of “mixed mode ventilation” uses some methods of natural ventilation • demand controlled ventilation used to save energy- CO2 sensors control amount of ventilation based on amount of occupants at any given time

GREENHOUSE

• south facing to collect maximum sunlight • will help provide warmth during cold winter months by collecting solar energy, turning it to heat and then circulating it around the building • opaque windows trap energy inside to raise temperature • will raise awarness among community of sustainable living • will hold a “community garden” where members can tend to crops and learn techniques for growing their own food • will be engaging for entire community • structure: aluminum used for framing, truss type constructio • materials: glass and aluminum, are maintance free and make up a weather tight structure that minimize heat costs and retain humidity • deciduous trees shade greenhouse effectively from late afternoon summer sun, but do not block morning sun and allow maximum exposure to winter sun because there are no leaves then

CAPTORS & MOVEMENT DETECTORS

• control supply of articial light according to the quantity of natural light present on each oor • movement detectors on each oor control occupancy of the premises and automatically switch off lights and computer monitors if neccessary west facing

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• can be exposed to outdoor environment during summer months due to sliding glass panels that open to exterior • temperature must be maintained between 75 to 85 degrees F • return and exhaust grilles at ceiling level for air distribution • 50-60% relative humidity: dehumidier system • ozone treatment of swimming pool water

MATERIALS

laminated timber paneling used on gymnasium exterior grey CMU used on remaining building exterior green paint used in interior use of long lasting materials with low impact on environment

LOW EMISSIVE EXTERNAL GLASS

• low emissivity- lters sun’s rays, only allowing natural light, not heat, to enterreduces need for air conditioning in summer • in winter, acts as a protective shell and insulates building from the outside

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• use of photovoltaic panels on roof of


kayak chicago, south branch of chicago river, chicago, illinois. program and site study. this 3 week project dealt with a site on the chicago river that is currently being considered for a sculling center. my task was to plan the site, as well as design a kayak center along with the sculling center. after conducting much site analysis, i concluded that besides a kayak center, which would be used mostly by visitors to the site, i wanted to create a space truly for the community members. the focus became designing a site made up of various levels of public and private, keeping the grid of the city of chicago in mind as well as the unique grid of the local community. for the quiet and modest community, i created quiet spaces within the historical prairie grass zones i designed, using the grass for height to create privacy. another level of community are the community gardens i have integrated into the site to instill a level of pride and ownership for the community members concerned that a kayak center would be taking the space from them. the different levels of the grid are utilized throughout the park.

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community arts center, 3400 north lincoln avenue, chicago, illinois commercial, educational, and studio space

COMMUNAL STUDIO

8 ARTISTS @ 15’X15’ = 225 ft² per artist 1 STUDIO >>> OPEN FLOOR PLAN

CENTER USERS

1 MONTH PER ARTIST IN EXHIBITION SPACE YEAR LONG RESIDENCY IN STUDIO SPACE 4 SEASONAL EXHIBITIONS FOR WORK PRODUCED BY CLASSES

GALLERY GUESTS

STUDENTS

TEACHERS/ STAFF

EVENT GUESTS

ARTISTS

1,200 ft²= 40-50 users w/ 2 staff members Typical studio space

Drafting Printmaking Silkscreen

Light Control Color Processing Lab: 200 ft² Monochromatic Lab: 600 ft² Film Loading Room: 65 ft² ***Exisiting Center Nearby

Drawing and Painting

Photography

Enameling

Casting Welding Soldering

Jewelry & Metal Tie Dye Needle Point Macrame Puppetry

General arts area ~800 ft² 200 ft² enameling room

Weaving Basketry Candle Making

Textiles

***Exisiting Bead Shop

Educational Classrooms

1,000 ft²

Wood, Clay, Stone, Metal Paper Mache Model Building

Glass Blowing 400 ft² 10 or less users at a time Furnace & oven required 100 ft² storage

Sculpture

Commited Spaces vs Flexible Spaces Clean Areas vs Dirty Areas

Pottery and Ceramics within common area of arts and crafts space: 1,000 ft² 200 ft² storage 200 ft²: separate area for kilns ***Existing Pottery Center nearby


tension ribbon, illinois institute of technology, chicago, illinois. this structure was designed by myself and two others, and later constructed with the aid of three additional classmates. it was a big learning experience of trial and error, learning about structural systems and the challenges of real life application, as well as an experience in full scale construction. our aim was to create a closed system structure relying heavily on tensioning. we sought to do this using a system of efficient modules with highly developed details.


merit conservatory of music, 37 s. sangamon st., chicago, illinois.

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STRATEGY ONE: CENTRAL PULSE PRACTICE ROOMS PROVIDE THE PULSE ACT AS CENTRAL CORE OF BUILDING

STRATEGY TWO: DECENTRALIZED PULSE PRACTICE ROOMS PROVIDE THE PULSE SCATTERED THROUGHOUT BUILDING

STRATEGY TWO: DECENTRALIZED PULSE PRACTICE ROOMS PROVIDE THE PULSE SCATTERED THROUGHOUT BUILDING

this semester long project was to design a college level school of music to be used by merit in conjunction with their existing school. in addition to the school function complete with 100 practice rooms, the program also included designing a concert hall. my design arose out of the concept of “pulse.” after analysising the site, program, and predicited usage, i found the pulse of the school to be the practice rooms, the continually active part of the building and life source for the rest of the school, so choose to set them on the building exterior, as the transmitter between the pulses of the city and school within.

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WALL DETAIL / south facade


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pod hotel manhattan, 8th avenue and 31st street, new york, new york

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spring 2013 comprehensive studio project- for this hotel design project, my intent was to design a retreat from the hustle and bustle of vibrant NYC. much effort was put into deriving the shape of my hotel based on site factors, program, and the desire to preserve views while maximizing views to hotel guests. at the base level, my desire was to relate to the existing streetscape, while for the tower of guest rooms my goal was to achieve continuity and fluidity in the form of rhythm and repetition. much of my time was spent detailing the tower facade to incorporate the structure and mechanical systems into an aesthetically pleasing, efficient design. Efficiency was key, with the rooms being designed as â&#x20AC;&#x153;pods,â&#x20AC;? maximizing comfort in a minimal space. the public spaces in the base of the hotel building were designed to contrast the pod rooms, as being spacious and open, with a sequence that flowed vertically, wrapping up and around the core of the building, creating generous views and experiences throughout my hotel.


MECHANICAL & STORAGE

LOBBY

LAUNDRY ROOM

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EMPLOYEE LOCKERS AND BREAK ROOM

RENTABLE SPACE

BASEMENT PLAN

ROOF PLAN

LOADING

GROUND LEVEL PLAN


BAR & RESTAURANT POOL & FITNESS CENTER YOGA STUDIO KITCHEN & BAR SERVICE

LEVEL TWO PLAN


LOUNGE / TRANSITION SPACE ROOF TERRACE COOLING TOWER

EVENT SPACE

BAR LIGHT WELLS

LEVEL THREE PLAN

LEVEL 3.5 / MEZZANINE PLAN


SINGLE GUEST ROOM DOUBLE GUEST ROOM SUITE ACCESSIBLE ROOM HOUSE KEEPING ICE & VENDING

LEVELS 4 - 17 PLAN


SKY LOUNGE SKY LOUNGE PATIO

ROOFTOP BAR

LEVEL 18 PLAN

LEVEL 19 PLAN


SOUTH-EAST ELEVATION

ENERGY DESIGN & FACADE STUDY

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FRESH AIR INTAKE

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TRANSVERSE SECTION

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making metropolis: 24/7 embodied city, I-90/94 corridor, west loop, chicago, illinois “A T M O S P H E R E S” 01 Existing Atmospheres

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parking

collabortation with Andrew Potter + Zack Osborne

Parking

institutional + ethical research

Footprint SF - 46,000

rooftop meeting space

Retail SF - 30,000

footprint: 49,000 sqft

Program SF -633,000 institute 16,000 auditorium

retail: 17,000 sqft office: 400,000 sqft middle: 130,000 sqft

Parking SF - 150,000 800 spots rooftop courts

parking garage

height: 338 ft

protest? lecture facilities

tribute to science

cafeteria

parking: above ground 54,000 sqft 125 cars per level

restaurant administration

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science center manufacturing

science center manufacturing

embodied city

embodied city

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Repurposed + Refined

Repurposed + Refined

retail

Vibrant + Hellenic

Vibrant + Hellenic

residential

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Scattered + Subdued

civic/institutional

density - high

Street Presence

restaurant retail residential

school tuition fees

civic/institutional office service

parcel 10

04

Entertainment Exploratory

Identified Atmoshpere

Path of Sweep

Path of Sweep

Entertainment

Entertainment

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Entertainment + Retail

commercial office Parking Footprint SF - 12,000

Program SF - 327,500 hotel 76,000 conference

assembly space

footprint: 38,600 sqft

Parking SF - 114, 000 300 spots 100 to be phased out

rooftop meadow

retail: 10,000 sqft office: 510,400 sqft

cinema: 64,000 sqft active loading zone

height: 366 ft parking: 6 levels market/dining

taxpayer and public funds

daycare center

science labs

concert venue

manufacturing retail

event and conference

independent craftsmen

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production display

parcel 6

parcel 03

building information: footprint: 40,000 sqft

retail: 10,000 sqft confrerences/ residential: 502,800 sqft workshops

residential: 470,000 sqft

annex parcel - additional residential

residential: 35 floors @ 14,350 sqft total 502,250 sqft w/ 500 units children’s museum labor leaders: 34,000 sqft

condos

children’s museum: 80,000 sqft

height: 370 ft

height: 428 ft

height: 150 ft

parking: above ground 30,500 sqft 100 cars per level

parking: below ground 50,000 sqft 125 cars per level

sunken garden meditation

modern condos

retail: 15,000 sqft

mixed use outdoor area

footprint: 50,200 sqft

roof garden

retail: 17,000 sqft

parking

retreat building information:

human spirit: 65,000 sqft

annex parcel - additional residential

retail

parking

museum admission and donations

building information:

Entertainment

labor leaders hall of fame

retail

footprint: 40,000 sqft

parcel 11

programming diagram - parcel 11 residential

children’s museum

modern condos

parking

milestone reail

embodied city

parcel 07

programming diagram - parcel 7 residential

retail

museum admission and donations

professional attire

embodied city

embodied city

center for the human spirit

parcel 6

school drop off zone

library

programming diagram - parcel 3 residential

roof garden

mid-range retail

classrooms

Repurposed + Refined

lounge + nightclub business casual retail

taxpayer and public funds

Vibrant + Hellenic

day spa

elementary: 63,000 sqft

height: 270 ft

Scattered + Subdued

public exhibitions

Retail SF - 8,000 restaurant bar/lounge building information:

manufacturing: 200,000 sqft

business hotel

Hotel + Conference Center

parking

footprint: 54,000 sqft

parcel 8

parcel 10

programming diagram - parcel 10 Residential

retail

industrial retail

soundstage: 92,000 sqft

parcel 7

music rooms

embodied city

parcel 06

elementary school

retail: 10,000 sqft

Recreation

Recreation

embodied city

programming diagram - parcel 6 commercial office

cinema screening rooms

medium-scale production

sweep breakdown

Identified Atmoshpere

anchor store

building information:

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sweep breakdown

street character + atmosphere

Identified Atmoshpere

Street Presence

grant donations and profit large-scale production

cinema soundstage

parcel 8

parcel 7

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parcel 02

parcel 5

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rooftop recreation/gathering classrooms

administration

student lounges

bakery/market

retail

parcel 5 embodied city

neighborhood retail

high-end retail

parking: underground 45,500 sqft 110 cars per level

embodied city

library

assembly space

culinary institute

parking

parcel 4

embodied city

small loft offices

daycare center

gourmet market

embodied city

parcel 10 grant donations and profit

parcel 4

06 Street Character

height: 270 ft classrooms parking: above ground 55,800 sqft 135 cars per level

gymnasium

boutique retail

manufacturing

parcel 3

school tuition fees parcel 3

open space

office: 408,000 sqft

parking: underground 45,000 sqft 112 cars per level

hotel profits

celebrity restaurant

programming diagram - parcel 2

density - low

cafeteria

elementary: 65,000 sqft

height: 344 ft

cafeteria

hotel profits

tuition fees and lease tenants

office

retail: 10,000 sqft

high school: 165,000 sqft

home goods

culinary supplies

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service

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large loft offices

footprint: 54,000 sqft

labratories

tuition fees and lease tenants parcel 2

street character

parking

commercial office

retail: 10,000 sqft

parcel 11

parcel 2

donations and profit street life composite

retail

office: 505,000 sqft

trend retail

association fees

donations and profit

sampling new technologies

building information: rooftop recreation/agriculture

footprint: 29,600 sqft

association fees

parcel 1

parcel 1

manufacturing tenants

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loft office

pharmacy

business lunch

parcel 09

elementary school

parking

Program SF -120,000 hotel 140,000 residential 52,300 culinary

manufacturing tenants

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hotel amenities building information:

Parking SF - 62,400 200 spots

embodied city

gathering space

computer labs

retail

swanky hotel

Footprint SF - 41,000

adjacent retailers

classrooms

high school sky villas

Entertainment + Retail Parking

Retail SF - 120,000

standard office

embodied city

resident terracecommercial office

Residential Hotel + Culinary Center

adjacent retailers

science rooms

parcel 05

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programming diagram - parcel 1

standard office

hotel

gym

embodied city

parcel 01

hotel profits

hotel

loft office

library

cafe

loft office

residential

existing street activity

enlightening young minds

novelty store

hotel profits

residential

developable parcels - upkeep

density - low

parking: below ground 53,700 sqft 125 cars per level

resident amenities and rooftop

labor leaders hall of fame industrial banquet space w/ rooftop space

res. roof garden

condo. lobby

Exploratory

museum plaza

bar

association fees

association fees

trend retail

cafe/market

children’s museum

underground parking garage

specialty retail

embodied city

embodied city

Vibrant + Hellenic

embodied city

08

sweep breakdown

embodied city

embodied city

07

09 Scattered + Subdued Halstead Street Sweep 10 Manufactruing Sweep

09

sweep breakdown Identified Atmoshpere

Identified Atmoshpere

Path of Sweep

Path of Sweep

Entertainment

Entertainment

Entertainment

Exploratory

Exploratory

Exploratory

Recreation

Recreation

Recreation

12 Composite Sweep embodied city

embodied city

10

11

13 Paths and Established Openings

12

program placement

paths and determined openings

residential

Identified Atmoshpere

loft office

Entertainment

hotel

Exploratory

standard office

childres fountain

outdoor wedding

culinary demonstration

seasonal diagram - spring

science center

Recreation

spring meditation

manufacturing baseball spring veggies

metalworking display

14 Program Placement

plant urban garden

prairie planting

spring dining

concert series

bird migration

egg hunt

graduation

embodied city

embodied city

embodied city

embodied city

13

14

film festival

hay maze

food festival

seasonal diagram - summer

oktoberfest

snowmen

smore demonstration

seasonal diagram - fall

hot cocoa tasting

Entertainment

Exploratory

Exploratory

Education

Recreation

existing green space

city atmosphere + neighborhood

city atmosphere + landmarks

Entertainment

Streeterville

Entertainment Exploratory

Navy Pier

Landmark

Neighborhood

NorthBridge Shops

meditation

self healing

wellness

embodied city

football pop up shop

Haymarket Square

seasonal crafts

Pritzker Pavilion

seasoned patio

warming station

stargazing

West Loop

Greektown

ice sculpture

fall leaves

Hellenic Museum

holiday lights

Buckingham Fountain

neighborhood celebration

Printer’s Row

sledding

Hull House back to school

embodied city

22 Existing Open Space

Grant Park Medical District

block party

Little Italy

neighborhood celebration

embodied city

UIC

Dearborn Park

SLoop

23 Existing+ Introduced Open Space

Shedd Aquarium UIC Forum embodied city

16

17

underground parking garage

21 Citywide Atmospheres and Neighborhoods

Millennium Park

The Loop

Colubia Yacht Club Art Institute of Chicago

sculpture installation

nesting birds

museum activities

res. lobby cafe

Randolph Street Corridor

Chicago Cultural Center

snowmaking

snowshoeing

summer lounge

embodied city

freight elevator to museum

20 Citywide Atmospheres and Landmarks

pop up shop

housewares display

hybrid apples

prairie burn

design novelty shop

embodied city

19 Citywide Atmospheres

Introduced Green Space

Fulton Market

woodworking display

pollinators

upscale retail

River East

River North

ice skating

pop up shop

summer day camp

condo lobby

existing + introduced green space Green Space

Green Space

Mag Mile

Recreation

soup kitchen

vigils and assembly

field sports

ice bar

seasonal diagram - winter

yoga classes

parking garage

15 city atmosphere

children’s fair

restaurant embodied city

fall 2013: This proposal aims to unite two disparate areas, bridging the chasm defined by the interstate corridor. Existing to the east is a loosely grouped loft district, lacking any singular defining character, anchored primarily by Saint Francis Xavier parish. To the west is Greektown with its vibrant street life and established urban form and fabric. Strong sense of identity enhanced by color and smell enliven the neighborhood. North, the neighborhood is both repurposed and revitalized. Old warehouses and historic vestiges of industry are again alive with activity, including culinary, residential, artistic, and industrial. Slicing through these diverse areas is one singular, overpowering element – the I-90/94 expressway. Devoid of any human accommodation or scale, it serves most as a means of connection and convenience but to those within the neighborhood, it proves divisive and discombobulating. Our project draws from these distinct established atmospheres, strengthening their established presence while concurrently harvesting their diverse energies and employing them to create a new central zone. It is in this zone that atmospheres begin to blend with each other, creating unique experiential, cultural, and programmatic experiences. Additionally, the environment assumes a new role, working in combination with program to enliven this newly materialized district. Landscape becomes natural, structured, and even suppressed, providing complement to structures as well as powerful experience in itself. Ultimately, urban forms, existing and introduced, built and natural, physical and intangible, all combine to create previously unseen physical and sensory environments.

sweep breakdown

Identified Atmoshpere Path of Sweep

11 Park Sweep

15 Activity Diagrmam Spring

machinary hall

yoga

08 Recreation Industrial Sweep Repurposed + Refined

18 Activity Diagram Winter

Entertainment + Retail

fitness center

modern loft offices building information:

Vibrant + Hellenic

17 Activity Diagram Fall

laboratory research

meeting + innovation rooms

Bioethics Insitute Residential Hotel + Conference Center

open space

density - high

Scattered + Subdued

16 Activity Diagram Summer

assembly space

retail

developable parcels - upkeep

existing open space

existing building density

existing atmospheres

Repurposed + Refined

Street Presence

parcel 08

programming diagram - parcel 8

programming diagram - parcel 4 loft office middle school

18

19

Field Museum

University Village embodied city

embodied city

20

21

Central Station

Museum Campus embodied city

embodied city

22

23


Opaque Skin

randolph

randolph

washington

Geometricized Glazing

Expressive Glazing

Media Facade

Structural Concrete

Refined Metalwork

st randolph

st

blvd washington

washington

blvd

st

blvd

Lacquered Metal

Insutrial Equipment

Living Wall

Colored Steel

madison

st

madison

madison

st

st

Corten Steel Channel Glass

Structured Glazing

Leaded Metals

monroe

st

monroe

monroe

st

st

Perforated Metals

Weathered Corugated Metal

adams

st

adams

adams

st

Tactile Masonry

st Finely Stacked Stone

Weathered Stone

Quarry Remnants

jackson

jackson

blvd

jackson

blvd

blvd

service access & waste

hotel

apparel

apparel

service access & waste

alley

Stacked Stone Vernacular Stone

alley

hotel

office

f o o d & d r i npermeable k surface

permeable surface

office

residential

specialty retail

bus stop

residential

life

hotel

bicycle parking

life

hotel manufactu ring

sciences

manufacturing

100’

200’

500’

food & drink

specialty retail

sciences

urb an plan service

urban plan

service 100’

200’

500’

bus stop

m e r c h a n dparking i s i n entrance g plan

merchandising plan

parking entrance

bicycle parking

100’

200’

500’

infrastructure

infrastructure plan

plan

Recalimed Wood

materials

materials plan

plan

Ethereal Metals


100’

entertainment

200’

recreation

exploratory

embodied city

100’

embodied city

200’

100’

500’

embodied city

200’

500’

100’

embodied city

200’

500’


randolph

washington

madison

monroe

adams

jackson

100’

200’

st

blvd

st

st

st

blvd

500’

garden plan


life sciences incubator + bioethics institute, I-90/94 corridor, west loop, chicago, illinois

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collabortation with Andrew Potter + Zack Osborne

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Program Breakdown Lab Space Wet Labs Dry Labs Clean Rooms Technology Suites Amenities Bioethics Residences Offices Seminar Rooms Communal Space Auditorium Seminar Rooms Exhibition Spaces Internet Cafe


lower level 1. public realm

lower levels 2-3. parking

5’ 10’

5’ 10’

20’

20’

50’

50’

ground level

5’ 10’

20’

50’ 5’ 10’

20’


life sciences incubator floor plans. levels 2-11 Each floor is served by an interstitial floor, which is located directly above each laboratory space. Within the 20’ floor to floor height of these lab levels, the lab occupies 0’ - 12’, while the service space occupies 12’ - 20’ and is within the 7’ deep long spanning trusses. In order to provide maximum efficiency lab space for future use, the design strove towards flexible, columnless universal space, which allows for maximum configurations.

future lab design

Lab Tower References

Salk Institute La Jolla, CA Set precedent for use of interstitial space in combination with building structure.

Alexandria Center for Life Science New York, NY Thoughtful incorporation of view, light, and aesthetics into lab design as well as a host of modern amenities for researchers.

Center for Care and Discovery Chicago, IL Large, open floors allow for flexibility and unpredictable futures. Sectional arrangement allows for interaction between researchers and public users.

laboratory module 5’

2’6”

level 2

level 3

level 4

level 5

level 7

level 8

level 9

level 10

level 6

planning concept

2’6” 6” l a b s office + lab support

aisle

casework + equipment

casework + equipment

wall thickness to divide labs

corridor office + lab support l a b s

30’ single corridor lab design with labs and office adjacent to each other

10’6”

typical lab structural grid

laboratory module

laboratory module

structural grid = 2 lab modules

10’6”

10’6”

30’

30’

21’

LONG SPAN STRUCTURE

laboratory module

laboratory module

structural grid = 2 lab modules

10’6”

10’6”

30’

30’

21’

offices and circulation moved to perimeter laboratory floors are unobstructed by support columns flexible, uninterrupted space

5’ 10’

20’

50’

level 11


bio ethics institute floor plans. levels 2-11 Ethics Institute References

Salk Institute La Jolla, CA Resident scientist offices are provided ample light, view, and sea breeze.

Santa Fe Institute Santa Fe, NM Staff have immediate access to sites of both natural and spiritual significance as well as local spas and resorts.

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Cold Spring Harbor, NY Living and working quarters are situated in an idyllic hamlet, offering scenic and mental retreat for researchers and students. 5’ 10’

level 2

1/16” = 1’-0” model

level 3

level 4

level 5

level 6

level 7

level 8

20’

50’


n - s section looking west

5’ 10’

20’

50’


n - s section looking west

e - w section looking north

5’ 10’

20’

50’

e - w section looking south

5’ 10’

20’

50’

L Stamos Academic Portfolio 2014  

A selection of works from my undergraduate studies at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and from my graduate studies at Illinois...

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