Lynette Salas Bachelor of Design | University of Florida-Gainesville
The following excerpt was written as a combination of Seal and Clerical Scripts, because it was written between the two phases. Seal Script has delicate, circular strokes, while Clerical has dramatic strokes with flare.
A Place to Sit: Activating an Interstitial Space UF School of Architecture, Gainesville, FL 10-hour Charrette Group Charrette with Emily Marvel and Jieun Jeong For this Charrette Design Students were asked to supplement the School of Architecture with costeffective solutions for one of the following issues: 1. lack of public/shared seating 2. dilapidated studio desks 3. lack of signage to direct incoming students and visitors Our group decided to activate a dead space between classrooms on the fourth floor of the architecture building. This interstitial space has a nice view of campus. In fact, many students sit on the floor of this space for studio breaks.
Below sections created by Emily Marvel
Above arrangment of cubes is for leisure or dining, while below arrangement is for final critique with cubes arranged against the presentation boards to display models.
We created a space that had two primary functions: 1. leisure/relaxation/dining space 2. lecture space Boards were mounted onto one of the walls for the lecture space and 4â€™ x 1â€™ rolling presentation boxes were placed perpendicular to the presentation wall to create a space for critiquing. A latticed wall made of resinite tubing registers with the presentation boxes to create another space for leisure. Cubes made of resinite tubing were also utilized for seating, tables, and/or display depending on the arrangement of the user. All drawings and renderings were created by Lynette Salas, except where noted.
Raumplan Analysis Model
of manipulating light
Gallery, Plaza, Tower, and Occupiable Wall
of articulating space, skin, and mood
A House in the Pines Design 5
of adapting to and highlighting different landscapes + climate of being myself
Tything + Trustee Lot
of designing a skin that speaks volumes
Charleston Community Library Design 6
of designing in a historical urban context of thinking unconventionally
Revitalizing the Hudson Rail Yards Design 7
of designing in and for a dense urban context of applying theory to design of having conviction
URBAN TETRIS: Reading of a Sectional City Seminar
of visualizing and analyzing a city’s history, culture, past, present + future, and layers of development
Stitching the Fabric of Chen Lu Design 8
of developing an infrastructure according to a place’s needs of applying design to health, business and sociology
Chinese Calligraphy Spring ‘09
of creating a line full of richness of conveying passion in a single stroke
Pride in a Place Charrett Spring ‘09
of making cost-effective solutions to immediate needs of going with my gut
Lynette Salas (954) 261.4494 14917 SW 37th Street Davie, FL 33331 LynetteSal8@gmail.com Sheridan Technical Center
Certificate in Web Design
University of Florida Bachelor of Design
Minor in Business Administration
Florida State University
General Education Requirements
Generative sketch for a lower-division landscape project.
Published on Mar 27, 2010
Published on Mar 27, 2010
My portfolio includes the work I designed at the University of Florida. Works include mostly upper division projects and projects from lowe...