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M A S T E R O F A R C H I T E C T U R E

PORTFOLIO

MARCUS

PARISI

2017


INTRODUCTION Through my studies, both in academia and self teaching, I have been exposed to concepts surrounding the psychology of design, construction methods and feasibility, building sustainability and practice management. Architectural education has undoubtedly opened doors once shut in front of me. I wish to carry my education further into the context of architecture as a conduit for responsible social dialogue, sustainable design and spatial interaction.

260 King St. W The slender profile of the tower caught my attention as I moved through the gardens of Roy Thompson Hall on a frigid winters day.

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Table of Contents


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Academic Work

Net Zero House

10

Luminence

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Lakeside Vibrato

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Writer’s Studio

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Whisper

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Casa Delle Colonne

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Personal Work

Furniture + Professional Work

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Westin Harbour Castle I arrived a little earlier on my morning commute today with the intention of catching the morning glow across the frozen bed of Lake Ontario.

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Marcus Parisi

B.Arch.Sc

marcus.parisi@outlook.com / www.maparchs.com / (416) 878-5393

Professional Experience Apr. 2014 - Current Toronto, ON

Awards ssg architecture inc.

Responsible for the production, preparation and review of drawing packages of projects requiring intervention and work throughout Schematic Design, Design Development, and Working Drawings/Construction Documents phases stringently following the Ontario Building Code and the Canadian Handbook of Practice.

Responsible for the preparation and review of RFP, ITQ and RFSQ submissions, meetings and site walk-through’s.

Responsible for the photographic documentation of completed projects.

Feb. 2016 - Jul. 2016 Toronto, ON

Ryerson University, FCAD

As a consultant for the Faculty of Arts and Design at Ryerson University, my responsibilities included the design and administration of a small design build project for the institution’s Student Learning Centre.

Responsible for the preparation of drawings and renderings at the Schematic Design phase of the projects duration,

Toronto, ON

Avian Innovations Inc.

Recieved for active study in the Building Science and Architecture discipline. Awarded to one full-time student in the Department of Architectural Science at Ryerson University who demonstrates outstanding ability to initial collaborative activities and team building skills in the Building Science and Architecture field.

2016

Ryerson University D.A.S End of the Year Show Award Recieved for ArchHelio. Awarded to students whom has exceeded curriculum expectations during the year through course work and collaborative initiative. Students work is displayed in the Paul H. Crooker Gallery at Ryerson University.

Architectural Designer

Apr. 2015 - Feb. 2016

Christian Martinelli Memorial Award

2015

Project Manager

2016

Third-Place award recipient. Awarded to teams that demonstrated excellence in design, data and execution of a schematic proposal for a net-zero mid-rise mixed-use building in Toronto Ontario. Ryerson DAS: www.arch.ryerson.ca/all/10298/ Evolve: http://www.evolvecompetition.ca/past_results.php

Production Manager

Responsible for 3D model preparation and fabrication of drone/quadcopter components.

Additionally responsible for the organization and management of Avian Innovations Inc. Facebook and Instagram online we page.

Responsible for all digital media visual content (photography, cinematography) and the online publishing of such content.

Instagram: www.instagram.com/avianinnovation/

Facebook: www.facebook.com/avianinnovations/

Evolve Sustainable Design Competition

Organizations 2015 - 2016

ACU (Architecture Course Union)

Building Science Rep.

2016 - Current

Toronto Society of Architects

Student Member

2013 - Current

Ontario Association of Architects

Student Member

Toronto, ON

Toronto, ON

Toronto, ON

Education

Publications

2012 - 2016

2017, 2015, 2014

325 Magazine

2016

RAMS DEN Case Competition Visual Media Poster

2014

ASC401 Design Studio End of the Year Showcase

2014

D.A.S Kultour Denmark

2014

PLX599 Architecture & Urban Intervention

2011 - 2012 Toronto, ON

Technical Skills

Bachelor of Architectural Science Dual Credit BIM Studies Certificate

Fabrication

Toronto, ON

Ryerson University Centennial College / Pine Ridge Secondary School

Thermoforming Laser Cutting CNC 3D Printing

Extracurricular 2015 - 2016 Toronto, ON

Creative Suite Photoshop CS6 Illustrator CS6 InDesign CS6

Energy Modelling Hot2000 v11.0 eQuest 3.65 THERM 7.4 DIALux evo 6

CAD / BIM

3D Modelling

AutoCAD 2016 Revit 2016 Rhinoceros 3D 5 Grasshopper Vray 2.0 Inventor 2016

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Ryerson University

Architecture Course Union

Autodesk Revit Tutorial Leader

Responsible for the organization and execution of Autodesk Revit tutorials in the Department of Architectural Science at Ryerson University.

Tutorial content included the review of the Revit interface, paper space, parametric title-block layout, Architectural component placement, parametric dimensional placement and other various Autodesk Revit components and metrics.


Net Zero House

Project Statement The Net Zero House, located on a rural lot in the Town of Eugenia of Grey County Ontario, is a project approached through the perspective of building performance and sustainability. The building is designed specifically to be operated and maintained off grid without any municipal infrastructure intervention. The overall goal of the design was to accurately and scientifically illustrate the probable success of the design by achieving and EnerGuide score of 80 or more. In order to evaluate such metrics, building energy analysis software (Hot2000) was used. The building was able to achieve an EnerGuide rating of 91.

Course: Instructor: Team: Medium: Date:

BSC820 Building Science Studio Ramani Ramakrishnan Marcus Parisi, Khaliq Azizi, Alina Pisetskaya, Zac Topp Digital 2016

Building Program a b c d e f g h

Supplementary Building Program Parking (Two Vehicles) Workshop Battery Storage (Photovoltaic Panels) Misc. Storage

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Master Bedroom w/ En-suite 2 Bedrooms 2 Water-closets Kitchen Pantry Outdoor Cold Room (Winter Months) Living Room w/ Fireplace Loft / Office

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HEAT GAIN IN THE WINTER MONTHS 2.

SAFE OUTDOOR SPACE TO FOSTER VEGETABLES CLOSE MAXIMIZING OVERHANG TO REDUCE THE SOLAR HEAT GAIN IN THE SUMMER MONTHS

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vegetable requirements of a mid-aged family of four.(16,000m2)

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approximately the area required to sustain the

OUTDOOR “COLD ROOM” FOOD STORAGE TO REDUCE THE USE OF REFRIGERATION UNITS.

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location of the net zero house

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400,000m2 lot

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local semi-permanent water-body

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Since the habitable structure is optimized to receive solar radiation for thermal application, a supplementary structure has been located on the site to receive solar radiation for the purpose of power generation. The “garage” is

outfitted with solar photovoltaic panels in a manner that increases the solar PV potential in the heating season (exposure area denoted by ‘A’) and optimizes power generation during solar noon (exposure area denoted by C+B).

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Site Sectional Diagram

Building Section

Incoming radiation absorbed by thermally massive walls in direct facing of the sun. At night, the energy is then re-radiated back into the rooms moderating the temperature of the room.

Roof angle optimized for winter solar collection: winter solar angle = 22°.

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Interior 5/8” Gypsum Wall Board - Painted 2” x 12” wood joist @ 16” o.c c/w batt insulation 2” polyisocyanurate insulation 1” airspace 3/4” plywood substrate metal roof cladding w/ upturn seam

Elevation - East

Interior 5/8” Gypsum Wall Board - Painted 2 Layers 2” x 6” Wood Stud @ 16” O.C c.w/13” loose fill insulation 1” polyisocyanurate insulation Cladding vertical support structure 1” airspace Course stone wall cladding Exterior

Zola themo wood triple panel low e argon fill window unit 3/4” plywood panel 1” polyisocyanurate insulation

Interior Finished Floor Plywood Subfloor w/ plastic dimple separation board 6” conc. slab w/ radiant heating/cooling lines 2’ - 6” dry hay enclosed/bundled in permeable geotextile fabric exterior

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

6” x 18” glulam beam on conc. piles (reduce thermal bridging through building-earth interface) spray foam insulation at edges

Wall Section

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Elevation - South

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Net Zero House


Luminence

Project Statement: Community Luminence is a proposal to introduce community participation, interaction, education, social spaces and a vision of a future to Toronto’s Little Portugal neighborhood, a place left bare of municipal interactive infrastructure. Toronto’s communities, west of the downtown core, are seeing a change in population demographics. Younger professional

Course: Instructor: Team: Medium: Date:

couples and small families are fronting this change. In response to this, architecture located on arterial roads must change from purely mercantile to mixed use and interactive spaces. Luminence embarks to redefine a library from a place of book keeping to a blanket of experiential “zonal” spaces. These requirements are kept flexible to respond to technological changes and innovation.

ASC620 Integration Studio Hitesh Doshi Marcus Parisi Digital W2015 PROGRAMMATIC SITE RESPONSE

STEP 1 RESPOND TO STREET CORNER

STEP 2 ORGANIZE PROGRAM FROM PUBLIC TO PRIVATE

PARKDALE LIBRARY

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HIGH PARK LIBRARY

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SANDERSON LIBRARY

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10M

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GLADSTONE LIBRARY

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STEP 3 VERTICAL CONNECTIVE SPACE

STEP 4 BUILDING STRUCTURE

STEP 5 BUILDING SKIN AND EXPRESSION

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Children Zone Coffee Shop Main Entrance Reception Stacks Teen Zone Auditorium Study Space Quiet Room

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FIFTH FLOOR PLAN

ELEVATION @ DUNDAS ST.

ELEVATION @ SHERIDAN AVE.

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Luminence


cementicious panelling diagram LOCATED ON THE FOURTH AND FIFTH FLOOR EXTERIOR FACADES METAL BRACKETS vertical METAL FRAMING MEMBERS 1/2” europanel equitone natura cementicious panel

polycarbonate translucent panelling diagram LOCATED ON THE SECOND AND THIRD FLOOR EXTERIOR FACADES METAL CROSS BRACING - ADDITIONAL STRUCTURAL PRECAUTION TO PREVENT POLYCARBONATE PANELS FROM LATERAL DEFLECTION AND CRACKING POLYCARBONATE MULLIONS - PROVIDES LATERAL SUPPORT FOR POLYCARBONATE PANELS GREENWALL SOLUTIONS POLYGON TITAN MULTIWALL SHEET

ELEVATION @ SHERIDAN AVE.

Luminence

ELEVATION @ DUNDAS ST.

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Wall section & details

stone ballast 6” xps corrugate metal deck c/w conc. pour 6” xps w/ metal cap flashing

1/2” europanel equitone natura cementicious panel c/w vertical framing and brackets 2” xps vapor barrier 3/4” plywood sheathing metal framing

fireproofing spray around metal structural members

1/2” europanel equitone natura cementicious panel c/w vertical framing and brackets 2” xps vapor barrier 3/4” plywood sheathing metal framing 5/8” gwb

fireproofing spray around metal structural members

double pane polycarbonate panel. greenwall solutions polygon titan multiwall sheet c/w framing

glazing framing. kawneer trifab 601 framing unit window wall.

double pane polycarbonate panel. greenwall solutions polygon titan multiwall sheet c/w framing

polycarbonate panel. greenwall solutions inc. white face finish c/w flush mount s/s standoffs on plywood substrate on metal framing

1/2” plywood substrate Vapor barrier 2” xps silvboard es-37 c/w reflective film

lane-way elevation

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Luminence


Lakeside Vibrato

Project Statement: Lakeside Vibrato takes the strength of the wind along the Toronto beach shoreline and converts its energy into music. The sound generated is able to be heard along the entire length of Toronto’s shoreline east of the DVP. Much like the Sirens of Greek Mythology, the sounds produced whistles and sings along with natures dynamic winter season. This interactive design both embraces and promotes the opportunity for social outdoor wintercollaboration. Course: Instructor: Team: Medium: Date:

ASC755 Digital Tools Vincent Hui Marcus Parisi, Samantha Turchyn Digital 2015

2 Exploded Axonometric 1.

existing life guard elevated platform

2.

curved open end pipes with varying exposure angles

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perforated panel structure supporting the pipes

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playable pipes w/ supplied paddles

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Expressive Perspective - 1

Lakeside Vibrato

Expressive Perspective - 2

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Birds-eye view perspective


Elevation series

Plan

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Lakeside Vibrato


Writer’s Studio

Project Statement: Course: Instructor: Team: Medium: Date:

The Writer’s Studio is meant to offer visiting professionals a chance to explore, imagine and create within the heart of Toronto. Visiting professionals are to stay within the Spadina Museum and explore through an extended stay. At the southern half of the property lies a forest of mature deciduous trees crawling down the edge of a hillside. Visit www.maparchs.com/writers-studio for virtual reality model.

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Perched exposure

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Exterior ventilation system

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360 degree visual immersion

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counter-balance structural system

Writer's Studio

ASC101 Communication Studio Vincent Hui Marcus Parisi Digital 2012

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TEMPERED GLASS GUARDRAIL

Water-closet Flexible program study/lounge

CABLES IN TENSION TO BALANCE THE GRAVITATIONAL FORCE EXERTED BE THE CANTILEVERED HEAVY TIMBER STRUCTURE.

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Mono Pitched Roof Mono pitched roof projects into the airspace of the hillside creating maximum visual experience and maintaining solar exposure.

Exploded axonometric

Ventilated through Buoyancy As the warm air travels up Davenport Hill and cools throughout the day, following the slope of the hill it will make its way through the building. Refreshing and cleaning the outdoor building of moist stale air.

Canopy Cover Due to the density of the trees, their leaves do not grow in the low to middle of the trunks. As a result, the ground is exposed to stippled, diffuse light allowing the building to maintain comfortable temperatures and reduced glare.

Ballast System Submerged deep into the Earth. This ballast system maintains the equilibrium of the structure.

Bridge Accessible via a heavy timber bridge wedged into the side of the hillside.

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Writer's Studio


Whisper

Project Statement: Whisper is an installation that allows people to share their secrets via in-direct contact and communication. The design is inspired by the simple game of broken telephone where a short message is carried from person to person until a new message is received and passed along. The installation works as such, suspended units hanging from the ceiling enclose a speaker, a microphone, an ultra-sonic sensor and a processor. The suspended units are shaped in such a way as to increase the sound both emitted from the speaker and from the user into the microphone. The basic function of the design is to use distance as a means of user operation for recording an audio file and playing back an audio file. When an object appears within 10 - 15 centimeters of the sensor, the microphone begins recording a short message, no longer than 10 seconds. When a user is within 100 centimeters of the sensor, the speaker is activated and the latest recording on file is played. Course: ASC755 Digital Tools Instructor: Vincent Hui Team: Khaliq Azizi, Daniel Carey, Tara Castator, Marta Lehzdyn, Adrian Man, Marcus Parisi, Samantha Turchyn Medium: Digital Date: 2015 Reflected Ceiling Plan

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The complete installation is designed with modules in mind. The installation is fabricated using squares that have been subdivided into smaller 3 x 3 squares. Each 1/9th square is then divided into 4 quadrants where a hanging fixture is then placed.

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Diagram

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1/8� AIRCRAFT CABLE

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LED LIGHTS

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EYELET SCREW

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MICROPHONE HOLE

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SPEAKER HOLE

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VACUUM FORMED PLASTIC

Elevation

The suspended fixtures vary in height. There are four major levels of fixtures. The longest fixtures (fixtures closest to the user) are equipped with the distance recognition playback and record hardware. These units are meant to hang just above the heads of the users, altering function between record and play determined by the height of the user.

Visit www.maparchs.com/nuit-blanc-2016 to see Whisper in action.

Whisper

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My active role was in the development and execution of both hardware and software components via the Arduino chip set and expandable components.

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Whisper


Casa Delle Colonne

Project Statement: Casa Delle Colonne “House of Columns� is an exploration of vertical structure to define habitable space through a mixeduse residential housing typology. Much like the collonades and arcades of antiquity, Casa Delle Colonne expresses the intimacy of outdoor space through a partial enclosure. Located in the Port Lands district of Toronto Ontario, Casa Delle Colonne is part of a vision to redefine the existing industry infrastructure into a vibrant new development bustling with life.

Casa Delle Colonne

Course: Instructor: Team: Medium: Date:

ASC401 Design Studio III Yew-Thong Leong Marcus Parisi Digital W2014

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Ground Floor

Third Floor

Second, Fourth, Fifth Floor

west elevation

north elevation

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Casa Delle Colonne


Section

3 Bedroom Suite

2 Bedroom Suite

1 Bedroom Suite

Studio

1 Bedroom with Ensuite 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom Kitchenette Living Room

2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom Kitchenette Living Room

1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Kitchenette Living Room

1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Kitchenette Living Room

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Detail @ balcony edge

Exterior balcony oak wood floor planks over 1” xps 12” conc. slab 5/8” gypsum wall board on 2” hat channel metal sections interior habitable space

Exterior Translucent glass panel fastened to metal channel w/ metal angles Opaque panel fastened to sub-structure w/ unistrut metal sections over 1.5” xps 2” x 4” metal stud c/w batt insulation 5/8” gypsum wall board - painted Interior

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Casa Delle Colonne


Furniture Design

Stool 2016 (build in progress)

300 dia x 1000 This bar stool design was developed by Samantha Turchyn and myself through a study of wood joinery. The method of fastening the three legs to the three layers of 20MM (3/4”) plywood is achieved through the use of a seated dovetail. These intersections use two sets of dovetails to ensure the leg remains fixed to the seat in both the z and y direction. In using a two stage dovetail, the user proceeds to squeeze the joint tighter while it is being used.

Bench 2015 (build in progress)

400 x 750 x 400 This bench design was a study of plywood and its inherent dimensional and structural properties. The curvature of the vertical sides is achieved by “curfing” the plywood. By cutting dados into the plywood and removing material until a thin veneer is remaining, the plywood becomes pliable and can be bent into shape. The axial strength is achieved by placing 20MM (3/4”) translucent acrylic panels inset within a dado on two sides of the bench.

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Furniture Design

2015 Toronto Stop Night Market Lead by myself and Joseph Costanza, our submission for the 2015 Toronto Stop Night Market was developed through a desire to understand the tactile qualities of working with lumber and concrete. Team member participation included: Marcus Parisi, Joseph Costanza, Jonathan Day, Adrian Man and Khaliq Azizi.

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Left: Photos taken by Jonathan Day during fabrication. Right: Photos taken by Marcus Parisi at the carts final location for display and use.


Professional Work

George Brown College Casa Loma Campus Gymnasium Renovation Architect: ssg architecture inc. Role: Project Manager During the pre-construction phase of the project, I participated in the team that developed the presentation and working drawings from schematic design to design development. As construction commenced, I participated in on-site measurement and dimension verification, site review meetings, submittal review and designed and updated architectural sketches for various components and phases of the project that required on-the-fly design. Post-construction I was responsible for the photographic documentation for ssg architecture inc. Photos are the property of ssg architecture inc. and used with permission from ssg architecture inc.

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Professional Work

George Brown College

St. James Campus 200 King St. East Toronto ON

B/F Lift Looking from the South Perspective

ssg architecture inc. December 18 2015

George Brown College Barrier Free Lift Architect: ssg architecture inc.

George Role: Brown College Project Manager

B/F Lift Looking from the North

St. James Campus Perspective 200 King St. East Toronto ON include participating in schematic design through to construction My responsibilities

ssg architecture inc.

documents and into construction in a matter that conformed to current practice management. Particular tasks include presentation drawings, working drawings, onsite dimension verification and field review reports.

Photos are the property of ssg architecture inc. and used with permission from ssg architecture inc.

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December 18 2015


Professional Work

Proposed plan

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Merchandise cabinet

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TURNSTILE SECURITY SYSTEM

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Notification Wall Elevation

part a: office & meeting rm. presentation elevation

New Meeting Room and Office Elevation

Meeting Room Rm. 622B

Office Rm. 622CD

George Brown College St. James Athletic Facility Renovation

Sixth Floor Athletic Facility Renovation George Brown College: St. James Campus

ssg architecture inc.

Architect: ssg architecture inc. Role: Project Manager This project required a multi-faceted and multi-phased approach to the interior renovation of the sixth floor Athletic Facility at George Brown College. A primary requirement of the project was to maintain access to the space from both a student and faculty perspective. In order to meet this requirement, the project was designed to be phased through both a design and execution mindset. The design is fragmented throughout the facility producing many smaller renovations, but together, the renovations are orchestrated to produce a cohesive final product. My responsibilties include program blocking and review, presentation drawings, working drawings and materials and systems investigation.

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Entrance to Athletic Facility from Centre for Business


part d: control desk presentation elevation

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1. VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS. 2. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS. 3. CHECK DRAWINGS AGAINST SPECIFICATIONS. 4. USE THE LATEST REVISED SET OF DRAWINGS ONLY. 5. REPORT ANY DISCREPANCIES, ERRORS, OMISSIONS TO THE ARCHITECT BEFORE PROCEEDING. 6. DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS ARE PROPERTY OF THE ARCHITECT. 7. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY KNOWN AND UNKNOWN SERVICES RELATED TO SCOPE OF WORK. 8. CONTRACTOR SHALL SPEAK TO APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES REGARDING EXTENT, LOCATION OF SERVICES AND WITH REGARDS TO OBTAINING THE NECESSARY APPROVALS AND REVIEWALS. 9. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MM.

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P1: FORMICA COLORCORE2 NEW WHITE GLOSS FINISH (HIGH PRESSURE LAMINATE) P2: FORMICA TREATED MELAMINE DECORATIVE PAPERS NEUTRAL WHITE (THERMALLY FUSED LAMINATE/THERMALLY FUSED MELAMINE) P3: UNIBOARD 290 (THERMALLY FUSED LAMINATE/THERMALLY FUSED MELAMINE)

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staff entrance

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location of turnstile & security controls and operation

VINYL FILM W/ GRAPHIC PRINT APPLIED TO SURFACE

1 1 2" CORIAN PANEL FASTENED TO 2" PLYWOOD W/ STANDOFFS (CRLAURENCE 34" DIA CAP AND BASE S0B34112BS). PROVIDE BLOCKING WHERE NECESSARY. CORIAN VERANO WHITE OR EQUIVALENT

1/2" PLYWOOD CONSTRUCTION W/ P2 FINISH WHERE VISIBLE. FORMICA COLORCORE2 NEW WHITE GLOSS FINISH

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PERPENDICULAR GABLE SUPPORT

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part d: control desk detail plan

entrance to ball rm.

CORIAN TOP. CORIAN VERANO WHITE OR EQUIVALENT

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PLYWOOD SHELF W/ P2 FINISH

3MM SHELF SUPPORTS HAFELE 281.40.712

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HAEFELE CONCEALED HINGE. TITANIUM FINISH, FULL OVERLAY. CAT. NO 329.17.559 OR EQUIVILANT HAEFELE CAM LOCK 232.18.313 STAINLESS STEEL BASEBOARD

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INTERNAL MILLWORK FINISH TO BE P2

PERPENDICULAR GABLE SUPPORT

PERP PERPENDICULAR GABLE SUPPORT

PERPENDICULAR GABLE SUPPORT

part d: control desk section b-b

part d: control desk section a-a (variation)

Details shown with information identical to working drawings. All other drawings adjusted for clarity.

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1

TYP. SECTION THROUGH TOWER, DESK AND CABINETRY 1:10

TYP. SECTION DRAWER STACK 1:10

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2

TYP. SECTION THROUGH DESK 1:10

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Athletic Facilities Renovation

MILLWORK - RECEPTION DESK Athletic Facilities Renovation

Issue No. 1

Description

ISSUE FOR TENDER

Date

Issue No.

15-Dec-16

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Description ISSUE FOR TENDER

Da

ssg 15-De


Union Underpass Against the cold hard concrete; Under the dark damp bridge lay the vehicles of urban circulation.


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Master of Architecture Admissions Portfolio 2017  

This portfolio was developed for the Winter 2017 graduate school admissions selection for the Master of Architecture program.

Master of Architecture Admissions Portfolio 2017  

This portfolio was developed for the Winter 2017 graduate school admissions selection for the Master of Architecture program.

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