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Lisa Angulo

Architecture Portfolio Wentworth Institute of Technology


Lisa Angulo Angulol@wit.edu 646-460-4168


PERFORMANCE PARK

ANNEX CONNECTOR

EAST BOSTON


DRAWING COLLECTION

INTERVENTION

SHIP BUILDING UNIT


North End Flights January 2014 Professor Ingrid Strong Partner: Nebia Zeroual

The Flights, is located in the North End, Boston. The purpose of this project was to redesign the area, to include community space. To integrate the community, vertical circulation was used as a catalyst to invite the visitor into the community spaces .


The Integration of the flights is connecting the community with the surrounding activities in the park. The ability to not only walk through the park, but also as a viewer to intermix with all the movement around you. Integration not only makes you a part of the community but it also gives you the opportunity to participate and depart youself from others and continue your journey.

Axonometric

West Section Cut


Annex Connector March 2013 Professor Tatiana Berger Wentworth’s academic design building is divinded into North and South. The division between all design major is vey strong, expecially when there is no common space to unify. The purpose of this connector was to create a unified space between the two buildings in Annex East and North. The essence of my project was to eliminate the secretary between the buildings, and create common spaces of interaction between the design majors.


DN

Bathroom UP Studio

UP

Workspace

UP

DN

Third Floor

Bathroom UP

Cafe

Kitchen

Digital Fabrication

Research /Library

UP

DN

DN

Connection

UP

Second Floor

Bathroom Gallery Mailbox

Youth Space

Lobby

DN

Ground Floor


ANNUNCIATION STREET EAST ELEVATION

Workspace

Workspace Studio

Cafe Gallery

ANNUNCIATION STREET EAST SECTION

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10

35

25

15

Connector

Connector

Youth Space

ANNUNCIATION STREET EAST SECTIONN

0

5

10

15

25

35


Glass

Floor Slabs

Steel Connector

Wood Pannels

Detailed Facade Section


September 2013 Professor Ryan Salvas

East Boston Intervention

An intervention located in East Boston, MA water-front was the purpose of the project, focusing on a part of land that was once used to store steel metal. Focusing on the water tides in the site throughout the day, the intervention deals with the experience of “walking on water,� while still inhabiting a man-made structure.


5:00 pm Low Tide

9:20 am High Tide


Tide Change

Front Elevation

Detailed Drawing

Tide Change


Ship Building Unit December 2013 Professor Ryan Salvas

Located in East Boston, MA, the purpose of the project was East Boston community.


Flat Elevation Facade

Public (Walkways) Private Spaces (Walkways)

Facade Diagram


Drawing Collection Short collection of various art explorations through the years, using different types of art mediums


Watercolor- 2011

Acrylic- 2012


Graphite Drawing - 2008 Graphite Drawing - 2010


Fabric Pattern - 2013


Pattern Installation - 2013 The pattern that I created was then abstarcted into a living furniture/instalation piece. Trough the exploration a wind spinner was abstarcted from the form of pattern.


Reference Ryan Salvas Professor ryan.salvas@gmail.com

Thea Massouh Professor massouht@wit.edu

Jennifer Reyes Sociedad Latina 978-361-5227


Education Wentworth Institute of Technology Boston, MA School of Arcitecture B.Arch (May 2015) GPA: 3.2

Proficiency Computer Aided Design

Rhino, Revit, AutoCad, 3d Studio, SketchUp

Adobe

Illustrator, Acrobat, Photoshop, InDesign

Other

Microsoft Office

Lisa Angulo

angulol@wit.edu 646-460-4168



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