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LAURARODRIGUEZ WORK EXPERIENCE GTM SPORTSWEAR INTERIOR DESIGNER HOSPITALITY POWERCAT SPORTS GRILL MANHATTAN, KS 06.2013 ARCHITECTURAL BY BATIS DEVELOPMENT


MIDTOWN

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ICONIC PROGRAM: HOTEL

CONNOR

ICONIC PROGRAM: COMMUNITY CENTER

ICONIC PROGRAM: RESTARAUNT AND BREWERY

GREENFIELD

ICONIC PROGRAM: CHURCH

TIREMAN

ICONIC PROGRAM: LIBRARY

NEW CENTER

ICONIC PROGRAM: OFFICE SPACE

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ICONIC PROGRAM: TRANSIT CENTER

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ICONIC PROGRAM: RECORDING STUDIO AND ARTIST SPACE

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POLICY DEVELOOPS INCENTIVE PROGRAMS TO ENCOURAGE REESIDENTS TO MOVE FROM THE BLIGHTED COREE SURROUNDING HAMTRAMCK AND HIGHLAND PARK, CREATING DENSITY THROUGHOUT THE REMAINDER OF THE CITY. THE NEXT PHASE OFF THIS STRATEGY TURNS THIS CORE INTO MASSS URBAN AGRICULTURE, COMBATING DETTROIT’S “FOOD DESERT”. PROGRAM RESHHAPES COMMUNITY ZONES AND ND DEVELOPS TYPOOLOGIES FOR ARCHITECTURALL INFILL AND REHHABILITATION OF ARCHITECTURRALLY SIGNIFICANT BUUILDINGS, AKA, THE SERIES OF ICONIC STRUCTTURES. THE STRATEGY OF INFRASTRUCTURE REVITALIZES THE MAIN AAIN THOROUGGHFARES OF DETROIT, GENERATING ATING A SERIES E ES OOF GREEENWAYS THAT CREATE COMMUNITY CONNECTION CO N T ON ONS NS TO THE CORE URBAN FARM. 2 MI

CORKTOWN

ICONIC PROGRAM: MUSEUM

DETROIT RIVER

THE FARM

DEVELOPMENT OF COMMERCIAL-SCALE AGRICULTURE CAPABLE OF BECOMING PART OF THE MAINSTREAM FOOD SUPPLY SYSTEM.

DOWNTOWN

ICONIC PROGRAM: THEATER


DETROIT IS A ZOMBIE AN ARCHITECTURE FOR REVITALIZATION

CULINARY INSUTITUTE OF DETROIT KITCHEN LIVING WALL CLASS ROOM CLASS ROOM

009 NINTH FLOOR PLAN

AN ARCHITECTURAL THESIS: DETROITISAZOMBIE.WORDPRESS.COM

CULINARY INSUTITUTE OF DETROIT KITCHEN LIVING WALL CLASS ROOM CLASS ROOM

008 EIGHTH FLOOR PLAN

CULINARY INSUTITUTE OF DETROIT KITCHEN LIVING WALL CLASS ROOM CLASS ROOM

007 SEVENTH FLOOR PLAN

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CULINARY INSUTITUTE OF DETROIT KITCHEN LOUNGE ADMINSTRATION

005 FIFTH FLOOR PLAN

JEFFERIES COMMUNITY ICON CULINARY INSUTITUTE OF DETROIT KITCHEN LOUNGE ADMINSTRATION

004 FOURTH FLOOR PLAN

CULINARY INSUTITUTE OF DETROIT KITCHEN LOUNGE ADMINSTRATION MANUFACTURING OFFICES

003 THIRD FLOOR PLAN

AUDITORIUM FOOD LAB CLASS ROOM: PUBLIC MANUFACTURING OFFICES

002 SECOND FLOOR PLAN

COMMUNITY GARDEN AND DINING DETROIT MADE STORE FOOD LAB FARMERS MARKET MANUFACTURE PLANT OFFICES

001 GROUND PLAN

STORAGE AND MANUFACTURING WAREHOUSE

000 BASEMENT

DUE TO DETROIT’S LARGE GEOGRAPHICAL BOUNDARIES AND ITS RECENT DECLINES IN POPULATION, FEW HEALTHY COMMUNITIES EXIST; COMMUNITIES WHERE CITIZENS WANT TO LIVE AND WORK. THROUGH MASTER PLANNING THE CITY OF DETROIT, MI, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CAN BE CREATED IN A WAY THAT PROMOTES THE CITY TO EVOLVE AROUND A SERIES OF ICONIC STRUCTURES THAT REPRESENT THE ESSENCE OF THE COMMUNITY TO WHICH THEY ARE CONSTRUCTED.


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LAURARODRIGUEZ WORK EXPERIENCE GTM SPORTSWEAR INTERIOR DESIGNER RETAIL K-STATE SUPERSTORE AT THE STADIUM BUILD OUT OF INTERIOR SPACE WITHIN STADIUM MANHATTAN, KS 05.2013 ARCHITECTURAL BY ANDERSON KNIGHT ARCHITECTS & K-STATE STADIUM ARCHITECTURAL BY AECOM


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WORK EXPERIENCE AVRP STUDIOS

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Finding Gold in Golden Hill: A Project for Development: Two-Week Charrette

Designed for the purpose of devlopment, the multi-family housing unit, located in the community of Golden Hill, San Diego, CA, contains two,two bedroom units with parking underneath accomodating the slope of the natural topography. Folding floor plates and walls create a “wrapped” structure with an open floor plan. Strict community planning and zoning requirements were followed, resulting in contemporary material, form, and interior and exterior space.

REQUIREMENTS:

MultiFamilyHousing VICTORIAN CRAFTSMAN CONTEMPORARY

SPANISH

LRG PLAIN RECTANGULAR WINDOWS

CONTEMPORARY STYLE STUCCO FLAT ROOF

RECESSED WINDOWS

COLORED GLASS

HORIZONTAL SIDING

A STREET

CLERESTORY WINDOW

SAN DIEGO FACILITIES DEPT. I-5 FREEWAY B STREET

SEGAL’S UNION APTS 19

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INFLUX CAFE 2 BUS ROUTE

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SD YOUTH & COMMUNITY BROADWAY

FARMERS LIQUOR AND MARKET


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01 FLOOR PLANS

EXISTING MoCP

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EDUCATION CLASSROOM

PERMANENT COLLECTION

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MUSEUM OF

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FEATURE EXHIBITS

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PHOTOGRAPHY

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CHICAGO, IL

GROUND FLOOR 1/16" = 1'-0"

02 SECTION PERSPECTIVES THEATER & DINING

002 VICINITY MAP

ADMINISTRATION

GALLERY & VIDEO

04 STRUCTURE

GALLERY & VIDEO

GALLERY & VIDEO

ROOF

RECEPTION & GIFT SHOP FLOOR PLATES

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STORAGE STEEL COLUMNS

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01 FLOOR PLANS

002 THIRD FLOOR GALLERY

Level 7 1/16" = 1'-0"

EXTERIOR CLADDING

Level 5 1/16" = 1'-0"

001 VERTICAL CIRCULATION

Level 6 1/16" = 1'-0"

003 WEST PERSPECTIVE


SANDIEGOTIJUANABORDER SOLAR DESALINATION FACILITY: TWO-WEEK CHARRETTE A PROJECT TO SERVE THE PEOPLE OF BOTH NATIONS

LOW-COST, LOW ENERGY, CARBON-NEUTRAL APPROACH TO DESALINATION

TIJUANA RIVER NATIONAL ESTUARINE RESEARCH RESERVE

IMPERIAL BEACH

INTERNATIONAL PARK

IMPERAL BEACH OLF REAM FIELD (NRS)

BORDER FIELD STATE PARK

SAN YSIDRO PROPOSED SITE

TROLLEY INTERNATIONAL GATEWAY OF THE AMERICAS

A Facility To: Serve the international metropolitan region Promote further cultural exchange between Mexico and the United States Educate on the region’s water shortage and methods of water conservation and treatment options

BORDER CROSSING

We Are: In a WATER CRISIS. Almost out of water. Est. 20 years left of imported water from Colorado & Sacramento Rivers Exploring options of water treatments, like salt-water desalination that will accomodate for drought


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PIPES

Method: 1. Sun shines on sea-water. 2. Plastic pipes are cooled by pumping icy-sea water thru them. 3. Sea-water sprayed onto absorptive mesh surface. Warm sea air passes thru mesh, sea water turns to vapor, leaving salt behind. 4. Sea breeze carries vapor back to pipes & condenses onto them, creating fresh water droplets. 5. Fresh water is collected at base. 6. Solar panels will provide heat for evaporators and will operate almost entirely on renewable energy. Solar Collector Evaporator

Condenser

PUBLIC ACCESS

COURTYARD

EVAPRATORS & CONDENSERS SOLAR PANELS

STRUCTURE

FRESH WATER COLLECTION

PIPES

PV Driven Pump Distillate Brine Disposal Sea Water

PACIFIC OCEAN


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Fusion is the merging of dierent elements into a union; a library which combines San Diego community with the attractions of Balboa Park, joins architectural narration with contemporary form, respects original landscape quality and seeks not to dominate the site, but to become one with it. A unity between the people and the land.


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Th e Wal l H ou s e House of the A n c e s t o r A house for the ancestor, Stephen Foster, draws the line between “the house” and the idea, the public, and the private, and poses the question, “what can a home become?” Designed for t h e ti m e w h e n t h e ancestor required s e p a r a ti o n f r o m h i s family, the theoretical “wall between them” becomes reality. Floor plates become roofs, penetrating planes form walls, and spaces that oscillate between indoor and outdoor create an experience of tension and discovery.


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HOVERING INTRUSION 01. The San Diego shopping experience is the result of rising-waters and attempts to create a connection between the people and the bay - transforming the existing hard edge into soft infrastructure. The building structure is derived from a negotiation between the cruise ship terminal parking , and the tourist attractions that currently line the bay front. Creating a shopping experience will encourage urban expansion to the water edge and promote a healthier tourist economy. BOTTOM LEVEL OF MALL INACCESSIBLE DURING HIGH-TIDE

BOTTOM LEVEL OF MALL ACCESSIBLE DURING LOW-TIDE

EARTH IS REMOVED BELOW THE ROAD AND INTO SITE, ALLOWING WATER TO FILL

03 AREAS OF INTERVENTION AND NEGOTIATION

SITE INTERVENTION ACCOMODATES RISING WATERS ALONG THE SOFT

04 HIGH-TIDE AND LOW TIDE ANALYSIS 02 SITE AND WIDGET ANALYSIS


C I T Y O F SHOPPING

08 MASSING AND PROGRAMMATIC DEVELOPMENT

001 BUILDING SKIN

05 SECTION PERSPECTIVE - C

002 FORMAL SHOPPING MASS TOP LAYER

07 PERSPECTIVE DRAWINGS

003 INFORMAL SHOPPING MASS SECOND LAYER

004 INFORMAL SHOPPING MASS THIRD LAYER FOOD & RESTROOMS PARKING STRUCTURE

001 PERSPECTIVE OF SITE INTERVENTION C

06 PLAN VIEW

C

005 INFORMAL SHOPPING MASS FOURTH LAYER

001 FOURTH LEVEL FLOOR PLAN

ELEV.

CONSUMER AREA

C

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006 INFORMAL SHOPPING MASS FIFTH LAYER STORAGE AND SHOPS

002 THIRD LEVEL FLOOR PLAN

SERVICE ENTR. STORAGE

R.R.

006 ENLARGED STORE FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/32”=1’-0”

002 FOURTH LEVEL INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE C

007 PLANES OF CIRCULATION TOP LEVELS

003 SECOND LEVEL FLOOR PLAN

007 PROGRAM SITE: 233,000 SQ. FT. MAIN STRUCTURE: 350,000 SQ. FT. PARKING STRUCTURE: 70,000 SQ. FT. CRUISE SHIP, RETAIL, AND PUBLIC PARKING BAY CAFE SECONDARY RESTARAUNTS HORNBLOWER, FLAGSHIP, AND VISITOR CENTER RETAIL CUSTODIAL RESTROOMS STORAGE

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004 GROUND LEVEL FLOOR PLAN 008 PLANES OF CIRCULATION LOW-TIDE LEVEL

STORES CIRCULATION C

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ELEVATIORS MALL ENTRANCE BAY CAFE

005 LOW-TIDE LEVEL FLOOR PLAN

003 LOW-TIDE LEVEL PERSPECTIVE

009 SHIFTING COLUMNS

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Rick Joy ’s T u b a c H o u s e Case Study Model and mapping exercise .


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