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Architecture Design Portfolio SELECTED WORKS OF LERVELLE REGIS


Lervelle Jeudi Regis Email lregisj@gmail.com Phone + 1 718 316 7345 Location New York , NY

EDUCATION

LEADERSHIP

SOFTWARE

Bachelor of Architecture New York Institute of Technology Manhattan Campus GPA: 3.21 Honors: Cum Laude

Teaching Assistant NYIT Manhattan Campus First Year Design Studio Fall 2014 Semester Spring 2016 Semester

Autodesk AutoCad

EXPERIENCE

Freedom By Design NYIT Manhattan Campus Board Member Spring 2015

di Domenico & Partners Internship June 2015 - May 2016 Emerging NY Architects AIANY w\ Izaskun Chinchilla Architects “Organic Growth Pavilion” Installation Assembly Team May 2015 - June 2015 Gallery 61 NYIT - Manhattan Coordinator Assistant Art Galley \ Architecture Lectures Student Work study Jan 2013 - May 2015 Chris Marta Architects MTV “Arches of Hope” Installation Assembly Team Nov. 2013 PS 160 Walter Francis Bishop School - Queens Art Teaching Assistant Volunteer STEM Program Feb 2015 - May 2015

ACHIEVEMENTS Hamburg Hybrid Housing Competition Shortlisted Proposal \ top 26 of 114 Published in Mark Magazine Holm Architecture Office Studio A+H Fall 2015 Design 5 Competition 3rd Place + Honorable Mention Urban Design \ Brooklyn Navy Yard Fall 2014 Deans Honor List Fall 2011, Spring 2016 Presidential Honor List Fall 2014 NYIT Scholarship Incentive Award Fall 2012 - Spring 2016 Student Employment Award Spring 2014

Autodesk Revit Google Sketchup Rhinoceros 3D 3ds Max Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign Adobe Photoshop Microsoft Office: Word \ Excel \ PPT

SKILLS Hand Drafting Model Making Diagramming Sketching Laser Cutting Plotting \ Printing Teamwork Multitasking


CONTENTS 1 S E W SHOP + EXHIBIT + WORK Thesis Project \ Fall 2015,Spring 2016

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2 HAMBURG SKY PARK Thesis Project \ Competition \ Fall 2015

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3 WILLIAMSBURG PUBLIC LIBRARY Academic Project \ Spring 2015

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4 AMPHIBIOUS ECOLOGIES Academic Project \ Competition \ Fall 2014

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S E W Shop Type Location Year Size Program Software

Exhibit

Work

Fashion Innovation Hub \ Thesis Project Garment District, Manhattan, NYC Fall 2015 - Spring 2016 200,000 SF Retail (Pop Up), Production, Exhibition, Outdoor, Market Sketchup , AutoCad , Photoshop, 3Ds Max, Illustrator, InDesign

With the interest of physical and social interaction being consumed by todays technology, places like the Garment District are loosing its value. The District, which stretches from 34th Street to 42nd Street in Manhattan, was established in 1967, created to preserve manufacturing space and jobs from being pushed out. However today production and the economic value of the district has declined questioning redevelopment geared to tourist revenue. “ The garment district matters because it has not yet reached its full potential! It is an asset that enhances research, Innovation, and development in the New

If the city were to build on the districts assets, like they have done with the tech industry, it could be an even more powerful generator of creative fashion design, jobs, real estate value, and feature a public realm worthy of the many other open space amenities recently established in midtown. My solution to revitalize the garment district is a Fashion Innovation Hub that can act as a incubator in the heart of the area. Granting all realms of the fashion industry a place to occupy affordable temporary space in the district. Where they can sell, exhibit, and produce their work, while needed consumers enjoy a Pop - Up Shopping Center.

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SEW \ FASHION INNOVATION HUB \ THESIS \ Fall 2015


Overhead View

THE FASHION INDUSTRY FASHION = $$$ PRODUCTION = $ WHY IS FASHION SO IMPORTANT TO NYC?

MIDTOWN, NYC

GARMENT DISTRICT MIDTOWN, NYC

HOW IS FASHION REFLECTED IN MIDTOWN?

HOW IS FASHION REFLECTED IN GARMENT ?

Midtown is home to many designers, design schools and other fashion businesses. The area flourishes from Selling (wholesaling, retail, suppliers) raw goods, such as fabric and buttons, and clothing. Production\Manufacturing only holds only a small percentage in midtown today.

Fashion is a large business globally. The worldwide fashion industry generates $1.5 Trillion in yearly revenue. With over 800 fashion companies, New York City leads as the fashion capital of the world. Although while fashion in New York City’s breadwinner, Little garment production is being done. And is at rick of being extinct from the city.

The Garment District is the core of the Fashion Industry in New York City. A place preserved as a place for the fashion business to create , sell , and produce their work. Today However the most prominent economic sector of the district is wholesaling (selling), while production which was once 95 % in 1950, to now 3%

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FASHION CENTER (BID) BUISNESS IMPROVEMENT W 35 ST

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FASHION CENTER (BID) BUISNESS IMPROVEMENT

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EMPIRE STATE

PENN STATION FASHION

Brooklyn NavyYard \ Indstrial Park City Incentives \ Tactics Provides Jobs w/ benefits

Economic Output =

BNY fosters industrial services with over 330 Industries

FOOD

TECHNOLOGY

ENTERTAINMENT

Produce Local Goods

Sustainability

MARINE

OFFICE

City Incentives \ Tactics Provides Jobs w/ benefits

Affordable Rents

Sell Locally\ Save money

Industry City \ Sunset Park, Brooklyn

Brooklyn Tech Triangle:

Who occupies BNY ?

$4.72 Billion

ARTISAN

New Facility that will fosters innovation in design, prototyping +new manufacturing

SEW \ THESIS \ Fall 2015

Economic Revenue:

Who occupies TT? The Tech triangle attracts Tech + Production innovation firms and companies to vacant spaces

Lottery for Free \ AffordableSpace ARTISAN

Produce Local Goods

Stay in Trend

FOOD

MARINE

TECHNOLOGY \ MEDIA

OFFICE

ENTERTAINMENT

ARTISIAN

City Incentives \ Tactics Live + Work affordable

$15.9 Billion

Small scale local production space for creative business

“The Soho of Sunset Park�

Stronger Infrastructure EDUCATION

STUDIO SPACE

MANUFACTURING

Industry city, formerly know as Bush Terminal shipping warehouse will offer 6 million sf of space to creative industries: media, tech and design.

FOOD

HOTELS

TECHNOLOGY \ MEDIA

OFFICE

RETAIL \ SMORGASBURG

PRIVATE STUDIOS

CREATIVE STARTUPS \ PRODUCTION

SHOWROOM \ EVENT SPACE

Similar luring tactics that could be applied : Space for More FASHION CENTER (BID)Jobs = More money BUISNESS IMPROVEMENT

$ 7 Billion WORK LOFTS

P1

P1

The Garment District \ Manhattan Economic Output:

Who occupies TT?

expected \ $1 billion city investment

Stay in Trend \ Made in NY Facility Re-usage / Waterfront location

P2

PROTECTED MANUFACTURING

SPECIAL GARMENT CENTER DISTRICT

CENTER (BID) BUISNESS IMPROVEMENT

Enhance the tech with fashion resources

Who occupies the District P2 ?P1 Economic Output = With the citys budding new plans, the district is struggling to retail fashion

WHOLESALING\ FABRICS

SHOWROOMS

OFFICES

Affordable Rents\

Lottery: For free space in building, upcoming designers can get the chance to produce here , and sell locally downstairs, for temporary time

Exhibit for fashion week

P1

PROTECTED SPECIAL designGARMENT & manufacturing as its core MANUFACTURING CENTER DISTRICT

HOTELS

CHAIN RETAIL

DESIGNER STUDIOS

TECH \ PRINTING STORES

$ 2 Billion From jobs only

PRODUCTION \ WAREHOUSE FACILITIES

RESTAURANTS

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P2

P1

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PROTECTED MANUFACTURING


WHATS HAPPENS IN THE GARMENT DISTRICT ?

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BROADWAY

$42 -$62

TIME SQUARE

EXPENSIVE

PER SQFT

DESIGN

$42 -$62 PORT AUTHORITY

PER SQFT

BRYANT PARK

$37 $27

DISTRICT AVE

WHOLESALE

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DISTRICT SIDE ST.

SUPPLY/ SOURCE

THE INCUBATOR

6 MONTHS

SAMPLE AND PRODUCTION TIME

MIDTOWN AVENUES

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WHOLESALE

CHEAP SAMPLE AND PRODUCTION TIME

HOTELS OFFICE

34 TH STREET

PRODUCTION

FUEL COST RISE = SHIPPING SLOWS DOWN PENN STATION

COMMERCIAL

$ RETAIL

EMPIRE STATE

CLUSTERING

Innovative campus where New designers can: Design, purchase, + work Within just a few blocks

LOCATION !

The district is surrounded by near 3 major transportation hubs, and centered by some of the citys most poular A tractions.

OVERSEA COMPETITION !

RISING RENTS !

SELLING!

Fashion are mostly selling In disrtict rather than sewing. Incerease is shops Bring the essence of fashion back.

With rents $30 - $60 a per sq ft,tenants are forced to move out. Afforble space = tenants leave = district dies = developers take over.

SITE LOCATION

REDEVELOP

ATMOSPHERE

the district appeal has declined, as result some firms have moved out, and vistors surpass the area, opting for trendier locations like chealsea, soho, & brooklyn. now urban chain stores, souvenir shops, fast food line the district avenues.

although oversea production is cheaper, shipping is becoming more expensive, making local products cheaper and quicker.

designes cannot rely on garment district becaause of rezoning calls. non - fashion uses are intruding the district .

MIN MASS POTENTIAL

133’Minimum \ zoning M1-6

AREA = 20,000 SF 100 ft x 200 ft

48’ Minimum height Floor Area = 16,000 SF 7th Ave setback = 10 FT W 38th St setback= 15 FT

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SITE ACCESS POINTS

MIN MASS POTENTIAL W\ ZONING

BDFM

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120’Minimum Height 123

bus stop

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Floor Area = 20,000 SF 10 floor Total = 200,000 SF

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Subway lines Bus Lines Citi Bike Racks

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Existing Parking

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SEW \ FASHION INNOVATION HUB \ THESIS \ Fall 2015


PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION POP - UP RETAIL SHOPS

50: 300 - 500 SF

= 25,000 SF

Typologies for clothing, tech, food

2 : 1000 SF

PRODUCTION SPACE

EXHIBITION \ EVENT SPACE

OUTDOOR AREA

SERVICE \ BOH LOADING \ PARKING

30

: 800 SF

Designer Studios

10 : 800 SF

10 : 800 SF

Pattern + Sample Rooms

Sourcing Rooms

20 : 800 SF

20 : 600 SF

Cutting and Sewing Rooms

Sales + Showrooms

5,000 SF Market Area

Production Rooms

= 94,800 SF Fabrication Shops

Marketing + Grading Shops

= 14,400 SF Auditorium \ Event (inc. runway space 2/3 of room \ 300 seats)

2 : 2000 SF

2 : 1000 SF

3 : 2000 SF Media \ Printing Lab

Photography Studios

Cafe\ Kitchen

Classroooms

Art \ Media Main Lobby Exhibition \ Security Trade Show Gallery

2,000 SF = 7,000 SF Terrace \ Seating

= 10,000 SF Restrooms (1000 SF per floor ) \ Custodian Office \ Mechanical + Equipment Room \ Delivery + Storage Room

= 30,000 SF Parking Underground

CIRCULATION 10% of Total Area (inc. fire + egress) * ALL PROGRAM SPACES TO BE FLEXIBLE

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6TH AVENUE.

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6TH AVENUE.

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8TH AVENUE.

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W 38TH STREET

W 37TH STREET W 38TH STREET

W 36TH STREET

W 37TH STREET

W 36TH STREET

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100’

400’

PROGRAMMATIC CONCEPT SHOPPING = EXPERIENCE 0’ 100’ 400’ Because Pop - Up Shopping Brings Attraction to this area, The experience needed becomes the Production . Visitors can Buy, View and Sell what is being made.

IDEA TO RETAIL The Clustering in the Garment District is combined to one space

PRODUCTION SHOP PRODUCTION SHOP PRODUCTION

HOW TO COMBINE ? 5 Typology blocks form a production machine that sews together both shopping, working, and exhibiting for the ultimate experience. Produce Below and Sell on Top. SHOP ON TOP

PRODUCTION

AUDITORIUM RUNWAY \ SHOW

MEDIUM

SMALL

LARGE

SERVICE

SEW \ THESIS \ Fall 2015

PRODUCTION

EXHIBITION

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Entry View

BUILDING STRATEGY

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PPER THE WRAPPER THE WRAPPER

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+ THE PATH

THE PATH

THE PATH

THE TYPOLOGYTHE TYPOLOGYTHE TYP

THE STRUCTURE 4 Service cores through the building hold emergency egress,elevators, and restrooms

Structure is aligned on a 20 x 20 grid

Columns are 20’OC Providing a framework for production blocks

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The block sit on the columns hiding the structure

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Structure is aligned on a 20 x 20 grid

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SEW \ FASHION INNOVATION HUB \ THESIS \ Fall 2015


Floor Plan [ 1 of 16 ] \ AutoCad + Illustrator

WORK

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Elevation [ 1 of 2 ] SEW \ THESIS \ Fall 2015

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W 38th St. Entry View

Section [ 1 of 2 ]

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SEW \ FASHION INNOVATION HUB \ THESIS \ Fall 2015


EXHIBIT

A2

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Floor Plan [ 10 of 16

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SHOP

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Floor Plan [ 15 of 16 ]

SEW \ THESIS \ Fall 2015

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HAMBURG SKY PARK Type Status Location Year Size Program Persons Software

Residential \ Open Competition Shortlisted Proposal Hamburg, Germany Fall 2015 17,000 M2 \ 180,000 SF Residential, Commercial, Hostel, Park, Sport, Kindergarten Team of 4 Sketchup , AutoCad , Photoshop, Illustrator , InDesign

For the Hamburg Hybrid Housing competition we proposed a building that optimizes possibilities for its inhabitants and folds seamlessly into the existing urban fabric, a building that is simultaneously 100% public and 100% private. Situated along Reeperbahn, the building dips down to become a continuation of the existing street, creating a continuous public loop, a Sky Park, that encourages visitors to explore, rest and play along its path. Commercial programs and community spaces, sports facilities, cafes and children’s play spaces, engage the Sky Park along the walk and at the top the building provides restaurant space with ground level elevator access and a 360 degree view of Reeperbahn, Hafen City and Hamburg as a whole. Responding to the location, the apartments within the building are situated to create the best framework for the people occupying the units. Stacked under the sky park towards the action filled Reeperbahn and Taubenstrasse, the university students and the hostel make up the majority of the apartments with single and one family apartments towards the top. Towards Kastanienallee the majority of the elderly apartments and larger family units enjoy the relative piece and quite of the existing residential neighborhood.

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All the apartments, together with the ground level retail space wrap around the building interior where continuous stacked parking allow residents to drive straight in, up and park in front of their apartments while also connecting directly to sports and community programs such as cafes, basketball and tennis courts and kindergartens to name a few. At its core, the Hamburg Sky Park is a mixed use exploratorium that offers private and secluded living areas while embracing its vibrant surroundings. Partnered with Jens Holm : http://www.hao-us.com http://www.studio-ah.org Competition : http://www.ctrl-space.net/hamburg.html

This proposal was Featured on the notice board in Mark Magazine #62, June - July 2016

HSP \ RESIDENTIAL COMPETITION \ Fall 2015


PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION

HAMBURG HAMBURG HAMBURG Hamburg Sky Park: Program Distribution HYBRIDHYBRID HOUSING HOUSING HYBRID HOUSING COMPETITION COMPETITION COMPETITION PROGRAM PROGRAM DIAGRAM PROGRAM DIAGRAM DIAGRAM

Competition program

COMMUNITY S PRIVATE AREAS 700 SQM

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(50 UNITS) 2,000 SQM

The Hamburg Sky Park

Community Private Areas 700 M2

COMMUNITY PRIVATE AREAS

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700 SQM

Studios 2000 M2

SINGLE STUDIO (50 UNITS) 2,000 SQM

Elderly Units 2100 M2

ELDERLY COUPLE

(30 UNITS) 2,100 SQM

ELDERLY COUPLE

(30 UNITS) 2,100 SQM

COUPLE W/ 0 CHILDREN

COUPLE W/ 0 CHILDREN

20% ALLOWABLE BUILDING CIRCULATION 3,400W/ SQM COUPLE 1 CHILD

20% ALLOWABLE BUILDING CIRCULATION 3,400 SQM COUPLE W/ 1 CHILD

(30 UNITS) 2,100 SQM

(30 UNITS) 2,400 SQM

COUPLE W/ 2+ CHILDREN (30 UNITS) 3,000 SQM

UNIVERSITY STUDENTS (30 UNITS) 2,700 SQM

HOSTEL

20% ALLOWABLE BUILDING CIRCULATION

Couple w 1 Child 2400 M2

3,400 SQM

(30 UNITS) 2,400 SQM

COUPLE W/ 2+ CHILDREN (30 UNITS) 3,000 SQM

1 FLOOR 1 FLOOR UNDERGROUNDUNDERGROUND PARKING PARKING (OPTIONAL) 6,182 SQM

Couple 2100 M2

(30 UNITS) 2,100 SQM

(OPTIONAL) 6,182 SQM

Couple w 2 Child 3000 M2 1 FLOOR UNDERGROUND PARKING (OPTIONAL) 6,182 SQM

University 2700 M2

UNIVERSITY STUDENTS (30 UNITS) 2,700 SQM

HOSTEL

HOSTEL

Circulation 3400 M2

Parking 6200 M2

Housing 15,000 M2

Hostel 500 M2

Commercial 1500 m2

Total 1,500 SQM Parking & CIrculation Parking Total-&9582 CIrculation SQM TotalParking Housing 9582 & CIrculation SQM Total- 15,000 Housing TotalSQM9582 TotalSQM Hostel 15,000 TotalSQM Housing 500 SQM TotalHostel15,000 Total-Commercial SQM 500 SQM Hostel TotalTotal1,500 Commercial 500 SQMSQMTotal 1,500Commercial SQM

MAXIMUM TOTALMAXIMUM AREA : 17,000 TOTAL SQM AREA MAXIMUM : 17,000TOTAL SQM AREA : 17,000 SQM

The competition program consists of a mix of housing, retail, parking and commercial areas.

HAMBURG SKY PARK \ Fall 2015

Diagrammatic Program Section Housing & Community Areas : 15,000 M2 Hostel : 500 M2 Parking : 6400 M2 Commercial : 3000 M2 (program above includes the allowed 3400 M2 of circulation) The diagrammatic program section shows the basic distribution of the program within the building. Commercial areas occupy all sides on the ground floor while apartments of all sizes wrap the internally stacked parking and community spaces which helps raise the building, creating the new Hamburg Sky Park. Apartments for younger and single people are mainly situated towards Reeperbahn, apartments for families and elderly are mainly situated towards Kastanienallee.

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DESIGN CONCEPT

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The site is situated along Reeperbahn adjacent to the heavily trafficked and programmed Spielbudenplatz

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The program calls for a total of 17,000 m2 of mixed use program while simultaneously allowing for 60% open public space.

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Instead, we propose a split solution that allows for optimizing both programs, a building that is simultaneously 100% publicly accessible while affording 100% privacy for its residents.

4

The wedge is divided into four identical strips that step up, optimizing views over Reeperbahn and Spielbudenplatz while creating privacy towards Kastanienallee.

5

Each step is pushed down to create a continues public plaza, a looped sky park, that connects Reeperbahn at street level to the very top of the building to see 360 degree views of Hamburg and where a public elevator connects back down to street level.

6

At each landing, a public program within the building, ranging from kindergartens to cafes to sports center takes advantage of the sky park exterior while creating destinations along the building loop for both people that live in the building as well as people that are using the park

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Towards the excitement of Reeperbahn and Taubenstrasse,the building offers mainly apartments for students, rooms for the hostel and single individuals, towards the Kastanienallee, mainly apartments for families an elderly can enjoy piece, quiet and privacy while still be part of the mix .

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The building is designed to feed directly into the diverse programming of Spielbudenplatz, creating opportunities for extended Christmas markets, winter sleighing as well as summer festivals and an amphitheater for the next time Germany wins the world cup.

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HSP \ RESIDENTIAL COMPETITION \ Fall 2015


Overhead View

Overhead View HAMBURG SKY PARK \ Fall 2015

Model Photo 15


Floor Plans [ 3Ground of 12Floor ] \ AutoCad + Illustrator Hamburg Sky Park: Plan

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Private apartment entrances

Parking entrance

Public park entrance

Public entry to roof & interior sports programs

Hostel entrance

Commercial & retail entrances

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20m

Ground Floor Plan \ The parking and communal programs stacks up inside the building creating the volume for the exterior park while allowing residents drive to directly to their apartments. Retail areas activate the surrounding streets.

4th Floor Plan \ The Kindergarten connects to the exterior sky park making it a second playground

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10th Floor Plan \ Similar to 11th and 12th, A rooftop cafe provides the final sky park stop and offers 360 views of Hamburg

HSP \ RESIDENTIAL COMPETITION \ Fall 2015


Building Section \ AutoCad + Illustrator 4

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On the 6th floor, the interior program shifts from parking to basketball and tennis courts connecting directly to the exterior park through cafe program and to the apartments through interior hallways. 3

The top room of the building is reserved as a restaurant which provides a 360 degree viewing platform. The space is linked to the ground floor by an elevator, completing the sky park loop.

Towards Kastanienallee, the building maintains a clean facade, enforcing the existing street grid while providing retail space at the base to activate the street.

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Whenever the park turns direction, programs like kindergartens, sports facilities and cafes from inside the building spill out to activate the park and create connections between the interior and exterior. In addition, the park serves as a green roof for the building, helping to reduce heating and cooling cost for the project as a whole. 2 The ramp creates the new sky park that connects directly to Reeperbahn, inviting everyone to come play while simultaneous ly providing green park space for the people that live in the building.

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The basketball and tennis courts on the 6th floor, along with kindergarten and cafes on other floors in the building, give the apartment owners great opportunities for staying active while mixing with the neighbours. 5 Instead of hiding the parking below ground, the building uses the parking to step up and allow the inhabitants to drive up and park directly by their apartments.

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1 Towards Reeperbahn, retail and cafe areas open up to the street creating a lively build ing facade.

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Elevations [ 2 of 3 ] \ AutoCad + Illustrator

Elevation Reeperbahn / Spielbudenplatz. The building connects the public from street level to the top viewing platform.

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20m

Kastanienallee Elevation. Integrating into the residential fabric, the building facades on Taubenstrasse and Kastanienallee emulates the existing buildings in scale.

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Elevation Reeperbahn \ Spielbudenplatz - The building connects the public from street level to the top viewing platform

Kastanienallee Elevation, Integrating into the residential fabric on Taubenstrasse and Kastanienallee emulates the existing buildings in scale.

HAMBURG SKY PARK \ Fall 2015

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WILLIAMSBURG PUBLIC LIBRARY Type Location Year Size Program Software

Educational \ Academic Project Brooklyn, Library Spring 2015 17,520 SF Reading Rooms, Offices, Auditorium, Outdoor Area Revit, AutoCad , Sketchup, 3dMax, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign

The projects initiative is to create a library for Williamsburg, Brooklyn that expresses the culture of the evolving neighborhood; and demonstrates clear installment of building systems and mechanics. The site is an open lot located at the corner of Wythe Avenue and North 9th Street in Brooklyn, NY. It is currently zoned within the manufacturing district, and is in the process of adopting to its current surroundings. Due to its proximity to many residential and commercial developments, waterfront and the neighborhood parks and relative distance from other libraries in the Brooklyn Public Library system, makes the location ideal for a new library of this size.

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The “Raised in Williamsburg� concept aims at library that serves the general public and addresses the needs of the young children, teens and adults. The buildings form is a multipurpose superstructure that not only provides support, but also defines the librarys interior spaces and experience. The exposed trusses in the adult reading room on the highest level, defines various seating areas and space, while also serving as book storage and tables for the library. The elevated void defines the site and creates an urban space that responds to the site and its changing needs. While, the mesh facade serves for entertainment and lighting responding to buildings needs.

WPL \ INSTITUTIONAL \ Spring 2015


Entry View - Wythe Ave

THE FORM

THE PLAZA

Relax + Eat

Markets

Raising typical street wall provides needed break for open space

Concerts + Events

Media + Advirtisement

Gather + Play

Art + Display

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b

a void allows for open space b

setback allows multipupose open space

The overhang now creates an outdoor space which can transform to a multipurpose outdoor space that caters to the surrounding growing community, which lacks communal outdoor space

WILLIAMSBURG PUBLIC LIBRARY \ Spring 2015

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FLOOR PLANS B

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Entry Level Plan 0’\ Revit + Illustrator

Entry Level 0’ 1/8”= 1’0”

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childrens reading area girls toilets boys toilets

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Second Level +20’

2L Mezzanine + 26’

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Third Level + 40’ 1/8”= 1’0”

WPL \ INSTITUTIONAL \ Spring 2015


SECTIONS + ELEVATIONS

Section \ Revit + Illustrator

Section \ Revit + Illustrator

Avenue Elevation NE Wythe 1/8”= 1’0” Wythe Avenue Elevation \ Revit + Illustrator

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HVAC + STRUCTURE B ROOF UNIT B

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Roof Level RCP

Third Level RCP

Truss w/ bookshelvf

Truss w/ bookshelvf

Second Level RCP Displacement Ventilation

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exhaust

heat and cooling distibuted through ducts and diffusers

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LOAD BEARING WALL HVAC SHAFT 8’ W 4’ TRUSS

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Downlights

woven mesh panel

T - beam catwalk

SHADING: Woven Wire Mesh provides shade and reduces temperature in summer Maintains warmth and reduces heat costs in winter

Pendant light

Operable window

LED Bars

Media Mesh Panel T - beam catwalk Catwalk Recessed Floor:

concrete slab on metal deck

supply air

Whythe Ave. Task light

Media Mesh Wire Detail

N 9th Ave.

Parti Wall

Media Mesh

GRADIENT OF FACADE

Operable curtain panel allows for auditorium to reflect onto plaza

grate/ drainge for curtain wall ZZZZZZZZ

Typical Wall Section C - demonstrating facade and interior function \ Revit + Illustrator

C

Wall Detail Section 1/4”= 1’0”

Model Photo

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Amphibious Ecologies revitalize

Type Status Location Year Size Persons Program Software

connect

Urban Design \ Design 5 Competition \ Academic 3rd Place Honorable Mention Brooklyn Navy Yard, NY Fall 2014 300 acres Team of 4 AutoCad , Sketchup, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign

The challenge was to create a master plan for the Brooklyn Navy Yard (BKNY). Which once functioned as a Naval Shipyard, is currently an area of private manufacturing and commercial activity. The project area is defined by East River and Williamsburg Bridge at North and Kent Ave at East, Flushing Ave at South, and Gold Street at West. Our objective is to revitalize , adapt and connect the BKNY. We addressed these key problems by focusing on how do we revitalize the East River and connect the community to the waterfront? How do we address the inevitable flooding? And How do we save a sinking economy?

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adapt

Within approximately 50 years, flooding may overcome the entire Brooklyn Navy Yard. This waterfront is prone to flooding because of natural disasters and landfill, primarily composed of unstable soil. Our proposal creates a versatile site that adapts to continuous water level changes, and morphs into different environments. The solution is to design with the force of the flood water, rather than against it, further solving key issue related to Brooklyn’s ecology, economy, and community.

AE \ URBAN DESIGN COMPETITION \ Fall 2014


SITE HISTORY ANALYSIS In the Mid 1800s, BKNY was constructed of landfill, because of weak soil and vulnerability, the future BKNY will not be able to endure another

1700’s

1786

Mid 1800

1924

1939

2014

FUTURE FLOODING ANALYSIS

2014 -2020 FLOOD LINE CURRENT FLOOD ZONE

CURRENT STATESTATE 2014 2014 CURRENT CURRENT CURRENT STATESTATE 2014 2014

STORM SURGESURGE 2014 2014 STORM STORM STORM SURGESURGE 2014 2014

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2020 FLOOD LINE 11” of sea level rise

2050 FLOOD LINE 31”of sea level rise

STORM SURGESURGE 2020 2020 STORM STORM STORM SURGESURGE 2020 2020

STORM SURGESURGE 2050 2050 STORM STORM STORM SURGESURGE 2050 2050

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ECONOMY ANALYSIS POLLUTION POLLUTION

WATER WATER SCARCITY SCARCITY site issue site issue

AQUIFER MINING

WATERFONT ACCESS WATERFONT ACCESS IMPORT/EXPORT

IMPORT/EXPORT FARMING

FARMING

FISHING

FISHING

90% TRUCKED IN90% TRUCKED IN AFTER REACHESAFTER REACHES PORTS PORTS

NESTLE INPUT $150

UNRENEWABLE UNRENEWABLE NESTLE RESOURCE RESOURCE INPUT $150

BILLIONS PROFITED

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350 BILLION 350 BILLION $5,000,000 $5,000,000 GALLONS PROVIDED GALLONS PROVIDED EXTENSION TO EXTENSION TO CATSKILL CATSKILL AQUEDUCT AQUEDUCT

brooklyn water issues

water economy

water economy

HOUSEHOLD USE HOUSEHOLD USE AQUIFER MINING

brooklyn water issues

AQUEDUCTS AQUEDUCTS LEAKING LEAKING

WATER IS WATER IS UNFILTERED UNFILTERED

solution solution

site issue site issue

solution solution

WATER WATER HARVESTING HARVESTING

IMPERVIOUS IMPERVIOUS PAVEMANTPAVEMANT

BIOSWALE BIOSWALE

FILTERINGFILTERING SYYSTEM SYYSTEM

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DEMAND DEMAND INCREASING INCREASING

AQUATIC AQUATIC PLANTS PLANTS

WATER WATER COLLECTION COLLECTION

NOT FIT FOR NOT FIT FOR RECREATIONRECREATION-

FISHERIES FISHERIES

RECYCLE CENTER RECYCLE CENTER

WATER POLLUTION ANALYSIS

WALLABOUT CHANNEL BAYSIDE OIL

ACME METAL WORKS

NEWTOWN CREEK WATER TREATMENT PLANT

GREENPOINT WORKS MPG

COMBINED SEWAGE O.F. Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 BROWNFIELDS

FORMER NASSAU WORKS MPG

RHTP

ULW OIL RESIDUE

BROOKLYN GAS LIGHT WORKS

N N

SURFACE DRAINAGE

BKNY

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WC P

CHANNEL RELEASE

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Brownefields & Solid Waste

TIER 2 CSO

TIER 3 CSO 108” SEWER Mixed Toxic sites

13.5” SEWER

Leaking Tank, Spill

15/18” SEWER

NYC Water Sanitation

BKNY Sanitation

BROOKLYN SANITATION MAP SCALE:1”=1000’

Toxic Areas

TYPOLOGY ASSEMBLY LINES Various sets of Typologies are infillied in stages according to predicted flood levels and community need

1 PURIFICATION breakwater,evacuation

Breakwater:2014

. Evacuation Platforms . Marshland 26. Wildlife Habitat

Desalination :

. Water Harvesting

2 LOGISTICS transportation, energy systems

Water Tranportion: 2014 FLOOD -2020

. Ferry Terminal / Boating Dock . Leisure Dock / Marina

Energy:

. Algea Farm

3 COMMUNITY flood protection, comunity program

4ECO-INDUSTRY new city, new economy

Flood Prevention: 2020 -2050

Green Industy 2050 -FUTURE . Water Park . Amphitheater . Water Recreation AE \ URBAN DESIGN COMPETITION \ Fall 2014

. Housing w/ Filtering System /Solar Power

Large Business: . Community Center

. Retail / Wholesale `


PLANING ASSEMBLY OVER TIME

1 PURIFICATION

3 COMMUNITY

2 LOGISTICS

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flood protection / social program

transportation, energy systems

2014 -2020

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WATER MOLECULE STRUCTURE

PROCESS SCHEMES

TYPOLOGY SCALES

TYPOLOGY SYSTEM

80’ D 5’026 SF

200’ D 31,415 SF

200’ D 90,000 SF

80’ D 5’026 SF

505 D 200,000 SF

POSSIBL POSSIBLE PROGRAM CONECTIONS

AQUACULTURE

BOATING

HOUSING

CONFIGURATION

GREEN ECO INDUSTRY

AQUACUL

SCALES

AGGREGATION

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RESILIENCY

These typologies adapt to new water levels, and do not need for major reconstruction, thus, making them a cost effective way to deal with sites flooding. As existing land and buildings gradually become damaged by storm water, materials are recycled and a new typology takes its place. As opposed to traditional building techniques, typologies can be removed or relocated in the future, leaving no environmental scarring. Since typologies float, it would be possible for an entire city to change location first by will, and then by force, forming an interesting dichotomy between timeless forms of existence and sustainable building technologies. POLLUTION EVACUATION WATER SCACITY CONVINIENCE/ LEISURE

POLLUTION EVACUATION WATER SCACITY CONVINIENCE/ LEISURE RELOCATION AQUAFARMING

2014

2020

POLLUTION EVACUATION WATER SCACITY CONVINIENCE/ LEISURE RELOCATION AQUAFARMING GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE

2050

TYPOLOGY CATALOGUE

PROTECTIVE GLASS LAYER

STYROFOAM CENTER STYROFOAM CENTER

ALGEA BIOCREATOR

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PROTECTIVE GLASS LAYER

HYDROGEN

BREAKWATER

Hyd

Wetlands

Hydrofarming / Desoliination

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Oyster Farming

Fresh WAter Harvesting

Fishery / Kelp Farm

Urban Beach

Recreational Boating Dock

Housing / Building Typology

AE \ URBAN DESIGN COMPETITION \ Fall 2014


STRUCTURE : FLEXIBLE COMPONENTS

PILE SYSTEM WITH LIGHT

Innovative piles with solar lights move up and down with water the pressure, allowing for infrastructure to stay afloat and storm water free, while middle connector stays anchored. Typologies nearest to land have embedded basins that collect water, harvesting and preventing incoming storm-surge, while breakwater and typology buildup help break up water surge.

ECOLOGIES AT WORK SELF SUFFICIENCY

SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION

Con-Edison will be replaced by biocrude and hydrolic energy forms. The community will become independent of fossil fuel energy for food, water, and electricity.

Access to new community program will help to socially rejuvenate under served communities such as Vinegar Hill, Farragut Housing, relieving it of its harsh crime status. New innovative program will help to improve the overall quality of living standards of the neighborhood and its people.

FLOODING + WATER COLLECTION

RETROFIT HOUSING

Desolination and water harvesting typologies will channel clean fresh water to low rise housing units, relieving the NYC aqueducts of freshwater drainage.

First floor of Farragut NYCHA Housing buildings are elevated and gutted and elevated in order to accommodate floodwater.

Long Section

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