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marymar berrĂ­os albino 787-247-1037 marymar.berrios@gmail.com

MFA lighting design the new school of design


SCHOLAR’S LIBRARY

Explode 3D with areas and zones 1- Reading Area | 742 sq/ft 2- Lounge | 194 sq/ft 3- Lobby | 185 sq/ft 4- Reading Area | 1,454 sq/ft A- Service B- Stairs C- Elevators

24 hours library

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5- Reading Area | 742 sq/ft 6- Lounge | 194 sq/ft 7- Lobby | 185 sq/ft 8- Stacks | 1,258 sq/ft

Site A is located in the north side of Union Square Park. This rectangular site is in the middle of the block with just one exposed façade, the south façade. The program is a Scholar’s Library that will be open 24 hours. The high demand of energy of a 24 hour program requires an efficient energy strategy. This site has 2 main challenges to maintain its functioning as much efficient possible. One; is to minimize the direct sunlight to get into the building throw the south façade and two; take advantage of skylight as a desirable daylight penetration in the spaces, considering the program is a library and ambient light is highly recommended. It is important for this matter the use of materials, apertures in the right proportions, program orientation and floor plan density are important base where the control systems layer will be supporting.

14- Reading Area | 742 sq/ft 15- Reading Area | 1,906 sq/ft 16- Lounge | 194 sq/ft 17- Lobby | 185 sq/ft 18- Reading Area | 1,306 sq/ft

25- Gallery | 742 sq/ft 26- Auditorium | 1,414 sq/ft 27- Lounge | 194 sq/ft 28- Lobby | 185 sq/ft 29- Cafe | 1,103 sq/ft

30- Lounge | 194 sq/ft 31- Lobby | 185 sq/ft 32- Security | 353 sq/ft 33- Lounge | 706 sq/ft 34- Entrance/Foyer | 1,028 sq/ft

Primary daylight zone of Direct Sunlight 8% DAYLIGHT & VIEW

35- Lounge | 742 sq/ft 36- Lounge | 194 sq/ft

SOME DAYLIGHT

37- Lobby | 185 sq/ft Only daylight 38- Study Room | 355 sq/ft

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9- Reading Area | 742 sq/ft 10- Terrace | 1,959 sq/ft 11- Lounge | 194 sq/ft 12- Lobby | 185 sq/ft 13- Reading Area | 1,139 sq/ft

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19- Reading Area | 742 sq/ft 20- Stacks | 1,835 sq/ft 21- Lounge | 194 sq/ft 22- Lobby | 185 sq/ft 23- Lounge | 285 sq/ft 24- Stacks | 1,435 sq/ft

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The organization of zones with their respective occupancy sensors, manual controls and photocells will help to improve the efficiency of the architectural decisions. The controls must support the control requirements by ASHRAE 90.1 2010.

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View from Union Square Park - South facade, night and day renders During the night the building expose its light structure.

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Interior view of reading area - change of daylight and electrical light in the space provide different layers of information

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LOUNGE LINEAR FLOURESCENT

PROPORTIONS SHOE BOX

FLEXIBLE SPACE “THEATRICAL” TRACK LIGHT SYSTEM

ASH- 0.6 TAWPR- 247.8 IL H- (50) 30-50 IL V- (20) 5-30

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SMALL CONF. ROOM 333 SQ.FT

RECEPTION FLOURESCENT FLOOR RECESSED WALL WASHER

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OFFICE 164 SQ.FT

DISPLAY WALL WASHER FLOOR RECESSED

OPEN OFFICE 2,860 SQ.FT

FLEXIBLE SPACE RECESSED DOWNLIGHT HALOGEN

ASH- 1.3 TAWPR- 393.9 IL H- (40) 30-50 IL V- (10) 5-30

FLEXIBLE SPACE RECESSED DOWNLIGHT

ASH- 1.11 TAWPR- 550.56 IL H- (30) 30-100 IL V- (10) 10-50

COPY ROOM COVE - LINEAR FLOURESCENT

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A having in mind Nike offices in NYC are design the importance of the brand and their connection with2Athe product as the user not only the shoe. This allow to translate different effects of light that give the user the idea of connection between his body and the brand.

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LOUNGE 141 SQ.FT

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COPY ROOM 157 SQ.FT

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ELEVATOR LOBBY DOWNLIGHT HALOGEN

EXECUTIVE OFFICE 397 SQ.FT

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FILING RECESSED DOWNLIGHT

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LIGHT LINE PANEL SYSTEM - LINEAR FLOURESCENT

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STAIRS DESK LIGHTING LINEAR FLOURESCENT

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Facade Glazing (fritted, frosted and clear) Diffuse light before it enters the space

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MICRO PROJECT Primary Daylight Zone

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Facade Louvers Cut the amount of light

Facade Louvers Cut the amount of light 15’

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Daylight module proposal investigate the light experience in between two layers. These two different layers provide deepness and orientation of light and views. One layer provide the filter for light and the other a diffuse reflector for it. This combination allows to have a two light qualities in order to balance the space. 15’

Skylight Glazing Allows the direct Sunlight to get into the space

Secondary Daylight Zone

Back Wall (Diffuse) Diffuse the direct Sunlight after it gets into the space

2.5 WH = 21.5 x 2.5 = 53.75’

Back Wall (Diffuse) Diffuse the direct Sunlight after it gets into the space

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overshadowing diagram + sun chart + overheated period + shading mask + shading device

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Secondary Daylight Zone

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INSTALLATION 1 AGI 32image representation

1 + image 1image + AGI 32concept representation = photomontage

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AGI 32 representation image 1

image 1 + image AGI 32 representation = photomontage 1 + concept

idea - main concept

image 1 + installation

school installation (group work)

Focal point

This project required the finding of a space which could be improve by the use of light. The choosen space is located in the second floor of SCE of The New School, Parsons. This space allows two displays areas, one for the entrance and the other for the hall.

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+ marymar jacinda jacinda ross + ross marymar berrios berrios

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jacinda ross + marymar berrios

jacinda ross + marymar berrios

jacinda ross + marymar jacinda ross +berrios marymar berrios

reflected ceiling plan 1’- 0” = 0’- 3/16”

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LUMINAIRE DESIGN

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This project is based in a light effect capture in an photograph. The translation of a light effect throw sources , materials and tecnique experimentation give life to a light box.

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IL20 - InLine SPEC SHEET

Application: Outdoor/indoor wall, stair, and walkway illumination. Electrical: 20W MR-16. Powered by integral 120V Power Consumption: 23 W Ballast: Electronic ballast 12 V to 120 V Material: Die Cast (exterior), galvanized sheet metal (recessed).

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Mounting: Vertically positioned face plate mounts to single, gang box (recessed). Optimal mounting distance is 24”

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Marymar Berríos-Albino/ Luminaire Design / Scott Hershman / Kenneth Kane

12-2011

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TABLE TOP cutlery design

the Complement

The Complement pice works like to pices a fork and a knife, but their flat surface between them make a direct relationship of the pieces.

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The resting spoon, allows to mantain it always on the plate. This considerations are important for higenic purposes but also aesthetically.

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PHOTOSHOP EXPLORATION photoshop render

Day & Night

Exploration of day and night throw the use of light in photoshop. The original images are the day time and the night time is a interpretation of how it could change the light layout.

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DIGITAL REPRESENTATION triptic and views

Furniture, space and light The exploration of 3D modeling as a continuation of design was motivation in this class. The process of modeling started with the selection of existing furniture designs. These selections were arrange as a composition into a 25’ x 40’ x 20’ volume. The evolution of furniture modeling a spacial composition allowed an interior space to emerge. To get a realistic imagery from this project was important to assign materials, finishes and colors to the furniture pieces but also to the volume. My approach to this project was to have a play between the furniture composition with daylight (model daylight) to create interesting reflections and shadows.

The first triptych is a play between the light and the individual pieces of furniture. The use of close-ups helped to create interest in the different textures, and the use of light is the catalyst to overlap these textures.

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The second triptych is the furniture composition in interplay with the light but also between them.

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LD + ID Separate through quality of light, unify by patterns

HSA Harlem School of Arts

By using massing orientation is possible to manipulate different qualities of light at the same time of the day. This can help to read each one of the school departments as differnt identities inside of the art umbrella. At the same time this elements would be unify by patterns.

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Connector Harlem School of Arts is located at Nicholas Ave between 145th and 141st streets. With an important history of community place for arts development HSA need to be an open and welcoming place. However, this building was constructued in the mid 70’s and it was though as an oasis from the turbulent context of that moment. The change in the context of HSA promote the repositioning of the school in the community, creating opportunities to rethink their infrastructure. The proposal is to incorporate a connector into the existing scheme to promote the exaltation of each disciplines within the building. This move allowed to open the entrance to the building creating an exterior plaza from where is possible to see this connection. Nevertherless, this connector is though as a dinamic element that changes during the day and night depending of the sun movements and activities happening in the building.

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The Caffe area design allows daylight penetration and interaction with the context.

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Gallery, space conectec to the main bridge (connector). The use of integrated lighting into the skin is essential to the transition of spaces.

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SOUTHSIDE CLUB tropical color light

Furniture, space and light The combination of Miami and 80’s came back to inspire this club. Southside is a retro music club that revive the neon colors.

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BRINKLEY’S STATION Axon Design Inc. (Freelance work)

Furniture, space and light Brinkley’s Station is located at 153 E 60th Street. The use of wood and warm textures was mixed with warm color temperature lighting design. The use of two different color temperatures 2700 K and 3000 K gave the space a dinamic feeling.

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Portfolio Second Year  

Lighting Design Second year portfolio