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michael buckley buckmi@design.upenn.edu

collective works 315.447.9615


EDUCATION University of Pennsylvania Master of Architecture Currently Enrolled

Anticipated Graduation: May 2014 Cumulative GPA: 3.67

State University of New York at Buffalo May 2012 Cumulative GPA: 3.42

Bachelor of Science in Architecture Cum Laude

EMPLOYMENT 2013

Erdy McHenry Architecture -- Model Building Communicated with designers, interpreted construction documents, operated laser cutter, assembled model.

2010 + 2012

TOPS Markets -- Cashier

2009

Pulaski Summer Recreation -- Counselor

SKILLS AutoCAD Adobe Creative Suite Autodesk [Ecotect + 3DS Max]

Rhinoceros 5.0 Trimble (Google) Sketchup 8 HTML 5.0 + CSS 3

Hand Drafting Model Building Intermediate Spanish


“ ...what imagination does is allow us to conceive of delightful futures, choose the most amazing, exciting, and ecstatic possibility, and pull the present forward to meet it.” -Jason Silva [FUTURIST]

MICHAEL J. BUCKLEY 308 N. 39th Apt. 2 Philadelphia, PA 19104 315.447.9615 buckmi@design.upenn.edu

Bio / About Me 1

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awe /aw/ n. defined as the emotion that arises when one encounters an experience of such perceptual expansion, so strikingly vast, that it provokes a need to update one’s mental schemas.

As a designer, I believe in the power of awe. In moments of wonder, I become immersed in thought. Our imaginative visions become manifest through design; design allows us to transcend our living environment. I am devoted to the process of learning-by-doing. I seek to perceive and understand patterns of information. I believe that great architecture is a conflation of science, wonder, and art.

IMAGINE / DESIGN / CREATE


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EMERGING VINEYARD

sum_12

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ROCK/PAPER/SCISSORS fall_09

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COMPOSITE SYSTEMS

fall_10

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SPATIAL COMPOSITIONS

fall_08

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HOSPICE / BIRTHING

spr_11

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THE CITY INSCRIBED

sum_11

michael buckley

buckmi@design.upenn.edu


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TYPOLOGY_MOSQUE

spr_10

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CONSTRUCTION TECH.

spr_11

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MUSIC COLLAB

315.447.9615

fall_11

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TRANSITIONAL STAGE

fall_12

TABLE OF CONTENTS Contained within is a collection of my design work. The projects display a wide range of design experience. You will see projects that focus on abstract spatial relationships as well as projects that delve into rigorous technical development. I believe that this spectrum serves to demonstrate my understanding of design.

collective works


Emerging Vineyard Napa Valley, CA Landscape / Architecture / Wine Propose a vineyard in which the architecture of the winery is connected with the landscape it lies on. An iconic vineyard augments a winery’s exposure, and provides a venue that reflects the quality of the product.

WINERY WALK 285 286 287

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302

303 304 305

429

430

431 432

474

433 434

475

435

476

436

478

437

479

438

480

439

481

482 483

484 485 486

PROCESS OVERLOOK

Program/Services The winery conflates vineyard and architecture. The roofscape is an extension of the vineyard. Visitors follow a path that explains the winemaking process: growth, harvest, collection, fermentation, storage, and of course tasting. Through this procession a narrative of winemaking becomes a spatial/temporal experience.

Summer_12

Competition

RESTAURANT / TASTING

RECEPTION AREA

Landscape, Architecture, & Wine

site plan


RECEPTION AREA

RESTAURANT / TASTING

PROCESS OVERLOOK

WINERY WALK

On the far side of the building, there is a flexible interior and exterior space that will be used to hold weddings and other events to keep the public interested in the building. Large sliding glass doors allows the interior and exterior to blend and allow it to be one large space if desired.

Aside from the tasting on the roof, the building offers a restaurant and tasting bars inside that allows the visitors of the building to taste on a more casual level with food. The restaurant offers views to the exterior and views to the lower process areas to enjoy while dining.

As visitors walk towards the building, they see on the right side the process that makes the wine in the basement. The area is lined with signage that describes the many steps to making wine and allowed them to see what is happening.

A 1 to 16 ramp allows people that enter the site to walk onto the roof of the building where grapes are being grown to see different types of grapes and taste the wines that they make while enjoying a view of the entire site that is unrivaled.

Dining / Tasting Area Reception Area

programmatic organization

Process Overlook Winery Walk

Emerging Vineyard


SITE SUSTAINABILITY

Summer_12

Competition

PASSIVE HEATING / COOLING

Landscape, Architecture, & Wine

systems diagrams + perspectival section


SOLAR GAIN / SHADING

designed with colleagues -- nicholas karl + tim gargiulo

RAINWATER

Emerging Vineyard


zig-zag grid The zig-zag allows for movement of clips. the clips act as shading baffles on the exterior. The interior clips are smaller and function as operable windows as well as shelving/storage. closed state

open state

Composite Systems Create a surface by using properties of a pattern found in nature and a pattern from a textile material. Think of how light interacts with the surface.

Facade Develop a building facade from the previous exercise. Consider the ways in which this facade relates to light and air in order to create a pleasant interior environment.

matte baffle

glass zig-zag grid

A tectonic zig-zag track sytem provides the apparatus for a mutable facade. Opaque and transparent clips are attached to the track in order to shade the interior space and provide ventilation.

fixed glass panel

Office + Market Design an office and market building in the strip district of Pittsburgh, PA. The interior space should be left empty as the client will be furnishing that space

Fall_10

Arch_301_Omar Khan

Composite Systems

facade development+tectonics


summer

During the summer months opaque horizontal panels are positioned on the exterior of the facade to provide shading from direct light.

The horizontal panels also work as light shelves to bring daylight deeper into the space.

A portion of the light is reflected into the spaces above.

The exterior shading mitigates heat gain during the summer.

Throughout winter the vertically oriented panels are effective at shading the low angle solar radiation. Light is only shaded at eye level, while other light is admitted in order to passively gain heat. winter

interior experience

facade detail

model photos + facade performance

facade exterior

Office + Market


formal development limited late day sun visibility is priority little to no sun daylighting needed

shading and views are both priority

fragmentation

morning sun vertical shading

level 6

direct sunlight shading is priority level 5

level 4

level 3

level 2

= office

= terrace

= market

= green space

Fall_10

Arch_301_Omar Khan

Composite Systems

contextual + orientational development


mulberry way level 1

3/32�=1’

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4

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performance section facade 1 sun at equinox

2

performance plan facade 2 morning sun at equinox

3

performance plan facade 3 daylight analysis

5 6

3 7

1

2

penn ave

4

7

performance plan facade 4 late day sun at equinox

5 +6

interior false color render facade 5+6 midday sun

performance section market roof midday sun

office + market facade performance

Office + Market


mulberry way

level 1

market floorplan

level 3

penn ave

typical office floorplan

south east elevation

transverse section

Fall_10

Arch_301_ Omar Khan

Composite Systems

south east elevation

plans + section + elevation


1”=1’ enclosure model

stru

ctu

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mo

renderings + model photos

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1/8”=1’ Model

Office + Market


surface from strands controlled spline

michael buckley | arc_302 - project 2

surface derived from controlled spline 2

(plan) 1

3

controlled spline (cross-section)

adjustable shape

adjustable shape

adjustable thickness

placement use of graph

Surface Iterations Using parametric design program: Grasshopper, develop a script that will allow for 9 iterations of surfaces in the x, y, and z plane.

increased precision

density of points

number of points distribution of points

vs.

4

g r a s s h o p p e r s c r i p t

Hospice + Birthing Center + Nexus

controlled spline drawer

creating a surface along a curve

orienting surface

controlled division of crossectional curve

aggregation

b a

surface oriented along points upon crossectional curve

surface

5 controlled curves create a lofted surface surface trimmer

project curve trim surface

Pair of Spaces Using the language developed in the surface interations design a patient room that connects to a lounge on the adjacent wall.

subtraction

privacy density of strands at eye level restricts exterior view

location of densities

Hospice + Bithing Center Design a hospice + birthing center + nexus. Consider the relationship between the programs. The site is located in Buffalo, NY in the historic Polonia district. Consider how the building can become a nexus of health education.

Spring_11

Arch_302_Adam Sokol

creating a space that feels intimate in order to achieve an environment that promotes private conversations

shading

entry

resting collective seating

Hospice + Birthing Center + Nexus

discussion

resting semi-secluded seating

parametric development


iterations

michael buckley | arc_302 - project 2

Pair of Spaces The shared surface between patient room and lounge acts as a partition. Visually it is disconnected, but sound can travel through to the lounge. It is intended to allow a visiting family to be near their loved one, without always disturbing the patient. In this way each party is granted more privacy.

9 surface iterations

Iterations + Pair of Spaces


Gibson Street Fillmore Avenue

Metro Bus Stop

Met

ro Bus

Stop

reet

y St

dwa

Broa

level 1

nexus

event/theater

polonia

public

private

site plan

level 2

view from corner of broadway + fillmore

program

circulation

chronogram

layout of program+circulation responds to the fluctuation of occupants over time

intensity of use over time

= hospice

Spring_11

Arch_302_Adam Sokol

= birthing

= nexus

= elevators

= public access stairs

Hospice + Birthing Center + Nexus

= fire stairs

low fluctuation of occupancy

high fluctuation of occupancy

site plan + diagrams + photo


group counseling area

meditation/ prayer space

library

education area

reception desk below

supplies storage

daytime

level 5 birthing

(6)

center

entry

plans + renders + photo

level 8 (7,9,10) hospice

nighttime

Hospice + Birthing Center

Nexus

The Hospice + Birthing Center occupy separate levels. However, they share a similar layout of patient rooms and shared space.

The nexus is located on the first 3 levels. It has its own large entry, which is a fluid, exterior stair. Within the nexus is a cafe, gallery, and lecture space.

library

interior common space (south wing all private levels)

Hospice + Birthing Center + Nexus


birdseye view

view from broadway market

model @ 1:300

longitudinal section

Spring_11

interior lounge

transverse section

Arch_302_Adam Sokol

Hospice + Birthing Center + Nexus

sections + renders + photo


enclosure section winter day

heating

enclosure section summer day

cooling

enclosure sections + entry render

entry stairs Hospice + Birthing Center + Nexus


R o c k

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P a p e r

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S c i s s o r s

Rock/Paper/Scissors In groups of 3 utilize a ream of paper to orient and erect a 50-75 lb. rock for a spiritual or cosmical ambition. model photograph

Group Members: Andrew Pries + Michael Wier

Monolith Translate the form of the rock/paper/scissor into a monolithic object. Primarily, subtract from this volume to create 1 large space and 1 small space.

Lecture Hall The program chosen is a lecture hall space. Auxillary programs include: cafe space, library, and computer lab. model photograph

Fall_09

Arch_201_Dennis Maher

Rock/Paper/Scissors: Monolith

model photos


Rock/Paper/Scissors The ream of paper is made into a weave. The weave cradles the rock into a delicate state of balance. If the counterweight of the weave were to be unrolled, then the entire system collapses. The duality between the light, tectonic weave of paper and the heavy, monolithic rock is captured best by two perspectival charcoal renderings. The contrast between the lightest lights and the darkest darks evokes the anxiety that surges as one witnessess this precarious balancing act. model photograph

drawn by myself

perspectival charcoal renderings

drawn by Mike Wier

Rock/Paper/Scissors


transverse section a longitudinal section a

Fall_09

Arch_201_Dennis Maher

Rock/Paper/Scissors: Monolith

sections + model photos


plaster model

Monolith The lecture hall features an expanding space, while the library is a narrowing space. The two spaces are a conterpoint to each other; one as an imtimate space for individual learning, the other a gandiose space for collective learning. The contrast of the Rock/ Paper / Scissors study is preserved in the Monolith.

transverse section b longitudinal section b

sections + plans

Monolith: Lecture Hall


Container

Objects

Construct a container for at least three objects. The container is to hold the objects in specific positions, explicitly considering: the relationship of each object to the others, and the relationship of the viewer to the objects.

The chosen objects are: Gatorade Bottle White Out Highlighter Bic Pen

Wireframe Consider how the characteristics of your objects and the construction of their positions activates space between them.

Planar Produce a model out of planar materials that speaks of the three dimensional spatial relationships of the objects.

Fall_08

Arch_101_Raf Godlewski

hand drafted composite plan + section

Constructing Spatial Relations

plan + section


hand drafted axonometric

axonometric

Viewing

Hierarchy

The wrapper obscures the labels upon each object. Slots are cut out of the wrapper in order to isolate specific views of the labels.

Both the plan and axonometric show the decreasing diameter of each cylindrical object along the wrapper.

unwrapped mutation of container

Container


Wireframe Circles are constructed by swinging an arc from the center of one object to a tangent on the other 3 objects. Wire is used to show the views to the other objects. The circles are reorganized from smallest at the bottom to largest on the top.

Fall_08

Arch_101_Raf Godlewski

Constructing Spatial Relations

music wire + chipboard

The connection of these views constructs the space between each object. It activates a new space. At each point along the wrapper a uniquely different view is achieved. Interest is found in the distortion of objects cause by one’s perspective.

wireframe model photos


Planar Three points along the wrapper were chosen. From each point basswood is used to show how one’s vision would perceive the objects.

The construction of negative space is used to show the fields of vision from each point. In this manner, the visible outline of each object is shown.

Each point of vision shows five separate viewing angles. The angles are used to show the distortion done by one’s vision upon objects when they are not in focus.

This speaks about the intangible qualities of perception.

An understanding of spatial relationships is integral in the foundation of architectural design.

A spatial arrangement of cylindrical objects that took their characteristics into account led to an investigation about how an individual perceives objects. basswood+chipboard

planar model photos

Wireframe+Planar


barcelona summer_‘11

The City Inscribed View the city of Barcelona as a workable canvas. Keep in mind how the layers of the city have developed over time and how the people interact with this environment.

‘Las Meninas’ Find a location in the city that speaks of the qualities found in Velázquez’s ‘Las Meninas.’ Using this location begin to translate the ideas into the city by working in series.

igualada study 1

study 2

barcino study 3

study 4

Texture Studies Venture into the city. Take photographs of various interesting textures. Using digital media, collage these photographs bring new, layering and depth to the textures. Refer to the work of Barcelonian artist: Antoni Tàpies.

Summer_11

BCN_Dennis Maher

The City Inscribed

sketches + texture studies


colonia guell

las meninas + sketches

barcelona pavilion

Barcelona


pattern study model

Typology Study Islamic Architecture, specifically the mosque. Compare and contrast different mosques. Construct a ‘Mosque Manual’ from these findings. Design a mosque that transforms the typology in a meaningful way.

Site The site is located on Cornell University’s campus. Currently the site is home to the campus bookstore. Design a mosque, courtyard, campus store, and education space for this site.

Islamic Pattern Islamic Patterns work at many scales, and are used to create specific experiences within the sacred space.

Spring_10

Arch_202_Elliott Landry Smith

Transforming Typologies: Mosque

initial pattern studies


Spatial Manipulation A six pointed star pattern is used for the foundation of spatial relationships. The earliest model extrudes lines of the 2D pattern to ascending heights. Creating structural and spatial opportunities. The moments of intersection suggest a column supporting a framed roof structure. The density and variety of intersection displays opportunites for variation within the system. The mutability is used to create areas of focus.

site integration + spatial studies

The integration of this system within the site starts by stamping the pattern into the ground. The model below and to the right displays this investigation.

Mosque


Sage Chapel

Sage Chapel

Day Hall

Willard Straight Hall

Willard Straight Hall

A

A

Barnes Hall

Barnes Hall

B

B Willard Straight Hall

Willard Straight Hall

D

Ground Floor Plan 1/16”=1’

C

north elevation Spring_10

Arch_202_Elliott Landry Smith

D

Second Floor Plan 1/16”=1’

C

west elevation

Transforming Typologies: Mosque

elevations + plans


site analysis + site model

Mosque


Spring_11

Arch_442_Chris Romano

Construction Technologies

menefee cabin [masonry] axon drawing


Construction Technologies Rigorous examination of construction documents provides the information to construct these axonometric drawings. This allows for a thorough understanding of building tectonics.

pierce county envi ronmental services building [steel construction] axon drawing

Axonometric Drawings


Music Collab

Structural Cores

Unit Design

Site Design an 18 unit apartment complex with a public program in downtown Buffalo at the intersection of Delaware Ave. and W. Chippewa St.

The private spaces exist within the mass. The shared spaces occupy the space between the mass.

Music Collab

While the size of the private space remains consistent within each core, the size of the infill space is flexible in order to accommodate varying occupancy needs.

The context to the site is an entertainment district. In order to create a strong bond to the community the residence houses people with musical interest. While the public program is a music retail space.

Mass

Infill

Private Space

Shared Space

Mass + Infill Throughout the design inhabitable vertical structure provides private space, while the interstitial space between these cores is used as shared space.

Fall_11

Arch_401_Nerea Feliz

Flexibility

Comprehensive Inhabitation

Each bedroom is capable of function as a musical practice space for the residents. The acoustic insulation and concrete make for an isolated acoustic space.

concept + mass/infill system


Uses of Vertical Cores Circulation Stair cores Elevators

Retail / Residential = Retail Space = Residential Space

mail room

bike room

Services Wet walls + Chases

meter room

Unit Aggregation Courtyards Serve as lightwells for retail space

= 3 bedroom = 2 bedroom

archive space archive space

retail storage

delaware ave.

meter room

= 1 bedroom

= private terrace

= public terrace

Sound Tubes Advertising vestibules for retail space

trash removal

Private Space Bedroom within structural core

Egress + Circulation = horizontal residential circulation = vertical residential circulation

w. chippewa st.

level 1 public

entry+retail

= horizontal public circulation

Private Space

= vertical public circulation

Musical practice space within structural core

program + site plan

Music Collab


level 2 shared

level 5

residential

Fall_11

Arch_401_Nerea Feliz

retail+units

units

Comprehensive Inhabitation

level 4

residential

level 6

residential

units

units

plans


Aerial View 1

Aerial View 2

w. chippewa st.

section

section + elevation + photos

1/8”=1’

delaware ave.

elevation

Music Collab


Daylighting Analysis tested using Ecotect

3 bedroom unit (least glazing)

1 bedroom unit (most glazing)

3 bdrm

Unit Ventilation

Air = air movement = operable window

level 2

Courtyard Ventilation

3 bdrm

Fall_11

Arch_401_Nerea Feliz

unit plan

Comprehensive Inhabitation

unit plan + light/air


details + wall section + detailed elevation

Music Collab


Building Services

Residential HVAC

Electric elevators

Entire scheme (vertical)

Entire scheme (horizontal)

Site-cast load-bearing concrete walls+columns

Site-cast 2-way flatplate + 2-way slab and beam

Entire scheme (combined)

12” Thick Concrete Load-bearing walls

12”

Concrete Columns

Electric elevator

meter rooms =

chimney = plumbing walls =

elevator equipment rooms =

central hot water plant =

12” Thick site-cast concrete slab

hot water supply/return = 3bdrm unit plan

Heating

Ventilation

The strategy chosen for heating is a centralized hydronic radiant floor system. Thermal mass is embedded in the structural system of load-bearing concrete walls and 2-way floor slabs.

radiant floor heating =

The strategy chosen for cooling is natural ventilation. Each residential unit is a three-aspect unit which allows for an adequate amount of cross ventilation.

Residential levels (vertical)

Residential levels (horizontal)

Site-cast load-bearing concrete walls+columns

Site-cast 2-way flatplate

Residential levels (combined) 12” Thick Concrete Load-bearing walls

mechanical extracts =

12” Thick site-cast concrete slab

The central hot water plant is located in the basement. The hot water travels horizontally on the basement level. It then reaches the residential units and public program via 8 vertical bundles located within wet walls.

Radiant Floor The tubing for the radiant floor in a single unit consists of three loops. The spacing from walls is 6” and spacing from itself is 12”. Each loop is near 300’ in length.

Public levels (vertical)

Public levels (horizontal)

Site-cast load-bearing concrete walls

Public levels (combined)

Site-cast 2-way flatplate

12” Thick Concrete Load-bearing walls

12”

12” x 12” Concrete beam

12” x 30” Concrete beam

Concrete Columns

18” x 36” Concrete beam

Parking HVAC

Public HVAC 24” Thick site-cast concrete slab

Parking level (vertical)

Parking level (horizontal)

Site-cast load-bearing concrete walls+columns

2-way slab+beam

Parking level plan

ducts =

chimney =

parking plant room =

central hot water plant =

intake/exhaust louvers =

hot water supply/return =

Fall_11

Arch_401_Nerea Feliz

Comprehensive Inhabitation

Parking level (combined)

Public level plan

Residential level plan

mechanical + structure


60” 18”

66”

96”

hot water plant 60”

AHU Plant Room

60

parking egress

60”

18”

parking egress residential plan = 60” turning radius = refuge areas (48”x38”) = accessible elevator (96” x 66”) = egress corridor type a 3 bdrm

18”

public egress

parking egress

public egress

60

18”

smokeproof egress

93’6

31’2”

31’2”

residential egress

type a 2 bdrm

18”

residential egress

60

ground floor egress

retail plan

overlay egress

egrees + accessibility

type a 1 bdrm

Music Collab: Technical Development


Birdseye view

Retail Space

WĞƌƐƉĞĐƟǀĞĨƌŽŵĞůĂǁĂƌĞ Ave.

Fall_11

1/16”=1’ model

Arch_401_Nerea Feliz

1/16”=1’ model

Comprehensive Inhabitation

sŝĞǁĨƌŽŵĞůĂǁĂƌĞǀĞ͘нt͘ŚŝƉƉĞǁĂ

renders + model photos


Slice Model 1/4”=1’

&ůŽŽƌŽŶƐƚƌƵĐƟŽŶ͗ Tongue + Groove Flooring Topping Slab w/ radiant heat /ŵƉĂĐƚ^ŽƵŶĚ/ŶƐƵůĂƟŽŶ ϮǁĂLJŇĂƚƉůĂƚĞ

Living Space

Kitchen Space

slice model + unit model + unit renders

Music Collab


Admit

Submit

Decide

Search

loss of management

to a greater power

to make all efforts to change

yourself with honesty

Share

Realization + Commitment

1

Transtional Housing Philadelphia, PA Chestnut St. + 30th St.

Admit

Submit S

Health Education

Primary Care

Dec cide c e

Dental

Counseling Pharmacy

the program’s methods

the help of others

List

Amend

wrongdoings of your past

these misbahaviors

Personal Growth + Sense of Belonging

Reflection

SRO [24] - 24 ~1-2 Month Stay Intake Area Legal Aid Consultation/Advising

Ask for + Accept

Embrace

your faults within you group

2

3

Doubles [16] - 32 -

Share

Laundry Pantry/Food Storage Fitness/Recreation

a watchful care of others

Integration

Group Apt. [5] Efficiency Apt. [5]

~4-6 Month Stay

Search

Awaken

Social Integration + Aiding others

Comradery

Kitchen Multi-purpose Room Embrace

Promptly Admit your faults

Ask for + Accept

- 25 -

List

~2-6 Month Stay Prompt tly tl Ame end Cafe Admit t Thrift Store Retail Support

Awaken

Public Space

Recovery In order to cultivate recovery for the homeless the design has 3 separate stages that relate to the recovery process. Each stage uses a specific unit type that reinforces behavior and social interactions.

Program/Services A soup kitchen, thrift store, wellness center, and fitness center are situated on the first level. These services are available to the public. Additionally, this level functions as an open space for vagrants to stay overnight. The intention is to inspire these people to assimilate into the transitional housing.

Fall_12

Arch_601_Scott Erdy

Transitional Housing

concept + unit typologies


Circulation Vertical

Composite

Horizontal

Residential Shared Public

Program Residential Shared Public

Street +.5

cirulation / mechanical / program + plan

1/8�=1’

Transitional Stage


Program Transitional housing is a program that calls for sensitive design. The recovery process is derived from the 12 step process. The design’s programmatic arrangement reinforces this process in order to provide a platform that augments the transition.

Reflection The first stage of recovery features a singe occupancy unit type that promotes self-reflection by the individual.

Comradery The second stage unit type is a double-double suite. Residents learn to live with roommates, suitemates, and share a common kitchen/living space.

Integration The third stage simulates an efficiency apartment. Here the individuals experience higher levels of freedom.

Fall_12

Arch_601_Scott Erdy

Transitional Housing

public space perspective


1

Reflection

programmatic distribution/stages of recovery

2

Comradery

3

Integration

Transitional Stage


Facade Assembly Diffuses Light Shelters

Orthographic Transformation Skin System

Floor Construction Hardwood Floor Topping Slab Corrugated Steel Decking Steel Structure

ETFE Panels

Aperture System

Diagrid Structure

Sliding Glass Door Glass Railing

Steel Pipe

Exterior Cladding Aluminum Raling Mullion Aluminum Fastening Band 4” Rigid Board Insulation Shade System Double-Glazed Glass

Terrace System

Glass Door System Sloped Pavement Drainage Chanel

Truss System Steel Pipe

composite elevation + section

Chestnut Street

Ground Plan @ Lower 30th St. Ground Level

Fall_12

Arch_601_Scott Erdy

Level 5 Plan

1/16”=1’

Transitional Housing

Level 5

1/16”=1’

details + plans


street perspective

Transitional Stage


1/4�=1’ slice model

Fall_12

Arch_601_Scott Erdy

Transitional Housing

interior perspective + slice model photo


1/4�=1’ slice model

slice model photo

Transitional Stage


16’=1� Context Model

Access The structure is only accessible via lower 30th street. This level is generally unknown and unkept. In this manner, the design is shedding light on the environments that the homeless are currently forced to seek shelter in.

Fall_12

Arch_601_Scott Erdy

Entry Perspective + Slice Model Photo + Context Model Photos

Transitional Stage

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