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SELECTED WORKS MARIA FUENTES


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Today, we are attracted to the modern, the mid-century, the minimal. When do we begin to think about the next epistem? What dictates the next architectural dispute between grays and whites? Can we create representative atmospheres that fully respond to our stimuli? Are architectural symbols void of our attention, or should we pursue the work of Robert Venturi further? Is Colin Rowe’s Collage City worth researching further to find functional ways to cut and re-sew our urban landscape? A plethora of questions that can only be answered through research and time. I am 100% dedicated to teaching and researching what architecture is, has been, and what it will become. I will aquire my master’s degree as well as a PhD in order to continue studying the current dogma taught in schools, as well as the impact of architecture onto urbanism, fabrication, and product design.

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MARIA FUENTES

832-244-5719 pupus4s@tamu.edu mariafuentes.myportfolio.com

AWARDS AND RECOGNITION 2014-2015 2016-2017 2016-2017 2017-2018

EDUCATION College Station, TX Environmental Design B.E.D Architectural Fabrication Minor 2014-2018

Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy Study Abroad Fall 2016-2017

Spring, TX High School Diploma 2010-2014

Austin, TX 2018

WORK EXPERIENCE College Station, TX Help Desk Worker 1/2018-6/2018

College Station, TX Camp ARCH Counselor Summer of 2017

Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy Student Aid Work Study Fall 2016-2017

LANGUAGES Joe Bob Merritt ‘91 endowed Scholarship Top 10 Percent Grant Recipient Sondra & Ronald L Skagge '65 Scholarship Britt '83 & Ann '84 Pence Glob Scholarship Roberta & Larry Priesmeyer '56 Scholarship Hispanic Scholarship Fund Recipient

English Spanish

PROGRAMS Agisoft AutoCAD

Texas A&M University

DIVA

AIAS member throughout all four years AIAS - Social Chair 2016-2017 Axiom - Student Publication co-editor 2017-2018 St. Mary’s Catholic Community Member 3.5 GPA

Geomagic

Santa Chiara Student Center Final Architectural Exhibition at Santa Chiara 4.0 Semester

Klein Collins High School Top 5%, magna cum laude Texas Rush Soccer Academy captain National Honor Society - Historian

AIAS Forum Conference National Conference attendee

Grasshopper Illustrator Indesign Keyshot Lightroom Maya Photoshop Revit Rhino Sefaira Sketchup

Texas A&M University

Vray

Attended to an inflow of customers quickly, concisely, and efficiently by aiding with technological tropes.

Zbrush

SKILLS Texas A&M University

Worked as a teaching aid in assisting over 100 high school students in creating designs, drawings, and building models.

Santa Chiara Study Center

Became immersed into a unique work space unlike any other while learning a third language in order to communicate.

Laser Cutting Plotting Large Scale Prints 3D Printing Woodshop Fabrication CNC Milling Mixed Media Model-making


TABLE OF CONTENTS

The Learning Machine A contemporary public library next to The High Line // New York, New York.

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Object Obscuration A speculative experimentation on the emulation of representation // T4T Lab.

014-021

Indexicality A flagship store for Vivienne Westwood located in South Texas // Houston, Texas.

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Centro Nuovo A cultural center for the city of Castiglion Fiorentino // Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy.

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The Learning Machine ARCH 405 / Ko Aitani In Collaboration with Ben Schoenekase Tasks: Renderings, physical and digital modeling, graphics, plans

Breathing,

loving,

from

gloom

the

sweating; of

the

the

machine

suburban

soot

of

emerges society.

By creating a presence around itself, it murks and revels in the darkness of creating a suburbia in which it exists in autonomy. By doing so, it finds itself a nest 5 feet under the grade of New York City. It is always watching, seeing validation from the high line visitors, and finding its own heart within itself. The West Chelsea meatpacking district is one of the most art driven, eclectic areas in New York City. The ability to be able to channel positive change through energy, diversity, and creation breeds this location to be a catalyst for urban design. Our site was located alongside The High Line, this implication came with zoning and code restrictions as well as cultural tropes. The area is littered with communal hubs, and is home to the largest population of LGBTQ community members in The United States. This was a driving force within our project; we felt it important to pay homage to the people of this community, accounting for the history and culture of the 1960’s. The Learning Machine attempts to re-compute these qualities into a typology which fits amongst the richness of West Chelsea. The Machine invites pedestrians in from two points of egress on opposite ends of the building. By mapping all LGBTQ hubs, community centers, and hangouts, we created diagrammatic datums which were used to create massing studies. By extrapolating these lines, we created a building footprint using deconstructivist ideologies while considering the pedestrian scope. As we translated these massing studies into three dimensions, viewports were modeled in order to cut through the building, stressing the importance of the experiential. These views were then booleaned out of the massing objects; leading to an interesting typology that lies somwehre between postmodernism and deconstructivism. A central core sprouted form the central circulation, resembling the post-moderninsm that had overtaken the area in the late 1960’s. The entirety is then wrapped; completing the machine. 006


Building in Perspective

Massing Trial

Exterior Render: Southwest Entrance

Massing Trial 2

Interior Perspective

Analog Model

Interior Perspective

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Transverse Section 1:48 TRANSVERSE SECTION 1:48

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3

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1. COOLING TOWER 2. OUTDOOR GREEN SPACE 3. SKYLIGHT

Rooftop Perspective 008

Perspective From Highline


INTERFERENCE STAINLESS STEEL

C1_2_1 C1_2_2 C1_2_3 C1_2_4 C1_2_5 C1_2_6 C1_2_7 C1_2_8 C1_2_9 C1_2_10 C1_2_11 C1_2_12 C1_2_13 C1_2_14 C1_2_15 C1_2_16 C1_2_17 C1_2_18 C1_2_19 C1_2_20 C1_2_21

PHOTOVOLTAIC PANEL

CONCRETE ASPHALT HEAT INSULATION

PANEL, INVERTED SEAM CLIP

METAL DECKING

INSULATION

C2_2_1 C2_2_2 C2_2_3 C2_2_4 C2_2_5 C2_2_6 C2_2_7 C2_2_8 C2_2_9 C2_2_10 C2_2_11

STEEL BEAM

AIR GAP

INTERFERENCE STAINLESS STEEL

SECOND FLOOR THIRD FLOOR FOURTH FLOOR LENGTH DEPTH WIDTH LENGTH DEPTH WIDTH LENGTH DEPTH WIDTH C1_2_1 29'6" 1'8" 8" C1_3_1 38'10" 1'8" 8" C1_4_1 1'6" 6" 2.5" C1_2_2 35'2" 1'8" 8" C1_3_2 38'4" 1'8" 8" C1_4_2 2'2" 6" 2.5" C1_2_3 25'8" 1'8" 8" C1_3_3 35'3" 1'8" 8" C1_4_3 17'11" 1'8" 8" C1_2_4 70'10" 2'4" 1' C1_3_4 15'3" 1'8" 8" C1_4_4 10'8" 1'8" 8" C1_2_5 58'8" 2'4" 1' C1_3_5 83'6" 2'4" 1' C1_4_5 58'1" 2'4" 1' SECOND FLOOR SECOND FLOOR THIRD FLOOR THIRD FLOOR FOURTH FLOOR FOURTH FLOOR C1_2_6 70'10" 2'4" 1' C1_3_6 31'6" 1'8" 8" C1_4_6 17'11" 1'8" 8" LENGTH DEPTH WIDTHLENGTH DEPTH WIDTH LENGTH DEPTH WIDTHLENGTH DEPTH WIDTH LENGTH DEPTH WIDTHLENGTH DEPTH WIDTH LENGTH C1_2_7 11'3" 1'8" 8" C1_3_7 22'10" 1'8" 8" C1_4_7 9'7" 6" 2.5" 29'6" 1'8" C1_2_1 8" 29'6" 1'8" C1_3_1 8" 38'10" 1'8" C1_3_1 8" 38'10" 1'8" C1_4_1 8" 1'6" 6" C1_4_1 2.5" 1'6" 6" 2.5" 13'6" 8" 1'8" 8" C1_3_8 16'5" 8" C1_4_8 16'10"2'2" 1'8" 6" 8" 2.5" 35'2" C1_2_81'8" C1_2_2 35'2" 1'8" C1_3_2 8" 38'4" 1'8" C1_3_2 8" 38'4"1'8" 1'8" C1_4_2 8" 2'2" 6" C1_4_2 2.5" 36'3"8" 1'8" 8" C1_3_9 19'1" 8" C1_4_9 23'8"17'11" 1'8" 1'8" 8" 8" 25'8" C1_2_91'8" C1_2_3 25'8" 1'8" C1_3_3 8" 35'3" 1'8" C1_3_3 8" 35'3"1'8" 1'8" C1_4_3 8" 17'11" 1'8" C1_4_3 8" C1_2_10 35'4" 1'8" 8" C1_3_10 29'8" 1'8" 8" C1_4_10 37'9" 1'8" 8" 70'10" 2'4" C1_2_4 1' 70'10" 2'4" C1_3_4 1'15'3" 1'8" C1_3_4 8" 15'3" 1'8" C1_4_4 8" 10'8" 1'8" C1_4_4 8" 10'8" 1'8" 8" 30'10"1' 1'8" 8" C1_3_11 8'5" 2.5" 1'58'1" C1_4_11 6" 2'4" 2.5"1' 58'8" C1_2_11 2'4" C1_2_5 58'8" 2'4" C1_3_5 1'83'6" 2'4" C1_3_5 1' 83'6"6" 2'4" C1_4_5 2'4" C1_4_5 1'6'10" 58'1" 42'10"1' 2'4" 1' C1_3_12 16'4" 8" C1_4_12 9'3" 17'11" 6" 1'8" 2.5"8" 70'10" C1_2_12 2'4" C1_2_6 70'10" 2'4" C1_3_6 1'31'6" 1'8" C1_3_6 8" 31'6" 1'8" 1'8" C1_4_6 8" 17'11" 1'8" C1_4_6 8" 34'4"8" 1'8" 8" C1_3_13 28'10" 8" 11'3" C1_2_13 1'8" C1_2_7 11'3" 1'8" C1_3_7 8" 22'10" 1'8" C1_3_7 8" 22'10"1'8" 1'8" C1_4_7 8" 9'7" 6" C1_4_7 2.5" 9'7" 6" 2.5" 14'5" 8" 1'8" 8" C1_3_14 35'3" 8" 13'6" C1_2_14 1'8" C1_2_8 13'6" 1'8" C1_3_8 8" 16'5" 1'8" C1_3_8 8" 16'5" 1'8" 1'8" C1_4_8 8" 16'10" 1'8" C1_4_8 8" 16'10" 1'8" 8" 10'10"8" 1'8" 8" 36'3" C1_2_15 1'8" C1_2_9 36'3" 1'8" C1_3_9 8" 19'1" 1'8" C1_3_9 8" 19'1" 1'8" C1_4_9 8" 23'8" 1'8" C1_4_9 8" 23'8" 1'8" 8" 35'4" C1_2_16 1'8" C1_2_10 35'4" 1'8" C1_3_10 8" 29'8" 1'8"BEAMS: C1_3_108" 4729'8" 1'8" C1_4_10 8" 37'9" 1'8" C1_4_108" 37'9" 1'8" 8" 27'11"8" 1'8" 8" TOTAL 30'10" C1_2_17 1'8" C1_2_11 30'10" 1'8" C1_3_11 8" 8'5" 6" C1_3_112.5" 8'5" 6" C1_4_11 2.5" 6'10" 6" C1_4_112.5" 6'10" 6" 2.5" 30'7" 8" 1'8" 8" 42'10" C1_2_18 2'4" C1_2_12 42'10" 2'4" C1_3_12 1'16'4" 1'8"TYPE C1_3_12 1'8" C1_4_12 8" 9'3" 6" C1_4_122.5" 9'3" 6" 2.5" 21'9" 1' 1'8" 8" A 8" 6 16'4" 34'4" C1_2_19 1'8" C1_2_13 34'4" 1'8" C1_3_13 8" 28'10" 1'8"TYPE C1_3_13 1'8" 8" 26'1" 8" 1'8" 8" B 8" 3428'10" 14'5" C1_2_20 1'8" C1_2_14 8" 14'5" 1'8" C1_3_14 8" 35'3" 1'8" C1_3_14 8" 35'3" 1'8" 8" 15'8" 1'8" 8" TYPE C 7 10'10" C1_2_21 1'8" C1_2_15 10'10" 1'8"2.5" 8" 2'10" 8" 6" 27'11" 1'8" C1_2_168" 27'11" 1'8" TOTAL BEAMS: 8" 47 TOTAL BEAMS: 47 30'7" 1'8" C1_2_178" 30'7" 1'8" 8" 21'9" 1'8" C1_2_188" 21'9" 1'8" TYPE A8" 6 TYPE A 6 SECOND FLOOR THIRD FLOOR FOURTH FLOOR 26'1" 1'8" C1_2_198" 26'1" 1'8" TYPE B8" 34 TYPE B 34 LENGTH DEPTH WIDTH LENGTH DEPTH WIDTH LENGTH DEPTH WIDTH 15'8" 1'8" C1_2_208" 15'8" 1'8" TYPE C8" 7 TYPE C 7 C2_2_16" 29' 1'8" 8" C2_3_1 57'6" 2'4" 1' C2_4_1 26'8" 1'8" 8" 2'10" C1_2_212.5" 2'10" 6" 2.5" C2_2_2 29' 1'8" 8" C2_3_2 99'1" 2'4" 1' C2_4_2 59'10" 2'4" 1' C2_2_3 31'11" 1'8" 8" C2_3_3 7'1" 6" 2.5" C2_4_3 26'5" 1'8" 8" C2_2_4 FLOOR 27'11" 1'8" SECOND FLOOR 8" C2_3_4 60'2" 2'4" C2_4_4 63'5" 2'4" FLOOR1' SECOND THIRD FLOOR THIRD FLOOR1' FOURTH FLOOR FOURTH C2_2_5 2'4" 1' 58'8" 2'4" C2_4_5 37'2" LENGTH 1'8" DEPTH 8" WIDTH LENGTH DEPTH 60'6"WIDTHLENGTH DEPTH WIDTH LENGTH C2_3_5 DEPTH WIDTHLENGTH DEPTH1' WIDTH LENGTH DEPTH WIDTH LENGTH C2_2_6 27'9" 8" 8" C2_3_6 24'1' 8" C2_4_6 35'6"26'8" 1'8" 1'8" 29' 1'8" C2_2_1 29'1'8" 1'8" C2_3_1 8" 57'6" 2'4" C2_3_1 57'6" 1'8" 2'4" C2_4_1 1'26'8" 1'8" C2_4_1 8" C2_R_1 8" 8" 27'6" C2_2_71'8" C2_2_2 34'1" 8" 8" C2_3_7 12'8" 8" C2_4_7 29' 29'1'8" 1'8" C2_3_2 8" 99'1" 2'4" C2_3_2 1' 99'1" 1'8" 2'4" C2_4_2 1'59'10" 2'4" C2_4_21'13'11"59'10" 1'8" 2'4" C2_R_2 8" 1'28'11" 40'10"8" 2'4" 1' C2_3_8 28'9" 8" C2_4_8 27'7" 26'5" 1'8" 1'8" 31'11" C2_2_8 1'8" C2_2_3 31'11" 1'8" C2_3_3 8" 7'1" 6" C2_3_3 2.5" 7'1" 1'8" 6" C2_4_3 2.5" 26'5" 1'8" C2_4_38" C2_R_3 8" 8" 30'9" 55'6"8" 2'4" 1' C2_3_9 7'6" 2.5" 1'63'5" C2_4_9 27'11" C2_2_9 1'8" C2_2_4 27'11" 1'8" C2_3_4 8" 60'2" 2'4" C2_3_4 1' 60'2"6" 2'4" C2_4_4 2'4" C2_4_41'27'7" 63'5" 1'8" 2'4" C2_R_4 8" 1'33'3" 60'6" C2_2_10 2'4" C2_2_5 60'6" 2'4" C2_3_5 1'58'8" 2'4" C2_3_5 1' 58'8"6" 2'4" C2_4_5 1'8" C2_4_58" C2_R_5 8" 8" 35'10" 9'7" 1' 6" 2.5" C2_3_10 7'7" 2.5" 1'37'2" C2_4_10 26'1" 37'2" 1'8" 1'8" 27'9" C2_2_11 1'8" C2_2_6 27'9" 1'8" C2_3_6 8" 24' 1'8" C2_3_6 8" 24' 1'8" 1'8" C2_4_6 8" 35'6" 1'8" C2_4_68" C2_R_6 8" 8" 34'3" 55'6"8" 2'4" 1' C2_3_11 35'8" 8" C2_4_11 26'1" 35'6" 1'8" 1'8" 34'1" 1'8" C2_2_7 8" 34'1" 1'8" C2_3_7 8" 12'8" 1'8" C2_3_7 8" 12'8" 1'8" 1'8" C2_4_7 8" 13'11" 1'8" C2_4_7 8" C2_R_7 1' 8" 63'6" C2_3_12 24'7" 8" C2_4_12 66'3"13'11" 2'4" 1'8" 40'10" 2'4" C2_2_81' 40'10" 2'4" C2_3_8 1'28'9" 1'8" C2_3_8 8" 28'9"1'8" 1'8" C2_4_8 8" 27'7" 1'8" C2_4_88" 27'7" 1'8" C2_R_8 8" 33'10" C2_3_13 24'7" 8" 55'6" 2'4" C2_2_91' 55'6" 2'4" C2_3_9 1'7'6" 6" C2_3_9 2.5" 7'6" 1'8" 6" C2_4_9 2.5" 27'7" 1'8" C2_4_98" 27'7" 1'8" C2_R_9 8" 14'3" C2_3_14 26'2" 8" 9'7" 6" C2_2_102.5" 9'7" 6" C2_3_10 2.5" 7'7" 6" C2_3_10 2.5" 7'7" 1'8" 6" C2_4_10 2.5" 26'1" 1'8" C2_4_108" 26'1" 1'8" C2_R_10 8" 26'6" C2_3_15 36'4" 8" 55'6" 2'4" C2_2_111' 55'6" 2'4" C2_3_11 1'35'8" 1'8" C2_3_118" 35'8" 1'8" C2_4_11 8" 26'1" 1'8" C2_4_118" 26'1" 1'8" C2_R_11 8" 26'6" C2_3_12 24'7" 1'8"BEAMS: C2_3_128" 50 24'7" 1'8" C2_4_12 8" 66'3" 2'4" C2_4_121' 66'3" 2'4" C2_R_12 1'16'7" TOTAL C2_3_13 24'7" 1'8" C2_3_138" 24'7" 1'8" 8" C2_3_14 26'2" 1'8" C2_3_148" 26'2" 1'8" 8" TYPE A 12 C2_3_15 36'4" 1'8" C2_3_158" 36'4" 1'8" 8" TYPE B 36 TYPE 4 TOTAL BEAMS: 50 TOTAL BEAMS: 50

C3_2_1 C3_2_2

CONCRETE

C3_2_1 C3_2_2 C3_2_3 C3_2_4 C3_2_5 C3_2_6 C3_2_7

GYPSUM CARPET

PANEL, INVERTED SEAM CLIP

THERMAL PAD

INSULATION

METAL DECKING STEEL BEAM C4_2_1 C4_2_2 C4_2_3 C4_2_4 C4_2_5 C4_2_6 C4_2_7 C4_2_8 C4_2_9 C4_2_10 C4_2_11 C4_2_12 C4_2_13 C4_2_14 C4_2_15 C4_2_16 C4_2_17 C4_2_18 C4_2_19 C4_2_20 C4_2_21 C4_2_22 C4_2_23

AIR GAP

TYPE A TYPE B WIDTH TYPE 8" 1'

SECOND FLOOR LENGTH DEPTH 26'8" 1'8" 47'8" 2'4"

C3_2_3 FLOOR 47'8" 2'4"SECOND FLOOR 1' SECOND LENGTH DEPTH 66'8"WIDTHLENGTH DEPTH C3_2_4 2'4" 1' 26'8" C3_2_5 1'8" C3_2_1 26'8" 1'8" C3_3_1 66'8"8" 2'4" 1' 47'8" C3_2_6 2'4" C3_2_2 47'8" 2'4" C3_3_2 17' 1' 1'8" 8" 47'8" C3_2_72'4" C3_2_3 47'8" 2'4" C3_3_3 17' 1' 1'8" 8" 66'8" 2'4" C3_2_41' 66'8" 2'4" C3_3_4 66'8" 2'4" C3_2_51' 66'8" 2'4" C3_3_5 17' 1'8" C3_2_68" 17' 1'8" C3_3_6 17' 1'8" C3_2_7 8" 17' 1'8" C3_3_7 C3_3_8 C3_3_9 C3_3_10 C3_3_11 C3_3_12 C3_3_13

12 36 4

TYPE A 12 FLOOR TYPE THIRD B 36 LENGTH DEPTH TYPE 4 46'1" 2'4" 51'7" 2'4"

C3_3_1 C3_3_2

WIDTH 1' 1'

C3_3_3 51'7" 2'4" THIRD FLOOR THIRD FLOOR1' WIDTH LENGTH C3_3_4 DEPTH WIDTHLENGTH DEPTH1' 51'7" 2'4" 8" 46'1" 2'4" C3_3_1 1' 46'1" 2'4" 2'4" C3_4_1 C3_3_5 60'9" 1' 1'51'7" 2'4" C3_3_2 1' 51'7" 1'8" 2'4" C3_4_2 C3_3_6 28'3" 8" 1'51'7" 2'4" C3_3_3 1' 51'7" 1'8" 2'4" C3_4_3 C3_3_7 28'3" 8" 1'51'7" 2'4" C3_3_4 1' 51'7" 1'8" 2'4" C3_4_4 C3_3_8 28'3" 8" 1'60'9" 2'4" C3_3_5 1' 60'9" 2'4" C3_4_5 C3_3_9 7'3" 6" 2.5" 8" 28'3" 1'8" C3_3_6 8" 28'3"1'8" 1'8" C3_4_6 C3_3_10 28'3" 8" 8" 28'3" 1'8" C3_3_7 8" 28'3"1'8" 1'8" C3_4_7 C3_3_11 36'5" 8" 28'3" 1'8" C3_3_8 8" 28'3"1'8" 1'8" C3_4_8 C3_3_12 36'5" 8" 7'3" 6" C3_3_92.5" 7'3" 6" C3_4_9 C3_3_13 36'5" 1'8" 8" 28'3" 1'8" C3_3_108" 28'3" 1'8" C3_4_10 36'5" 1'8" C3_3_118" 36'5" 1'8" C3_4_11 TOTAL BEAMS: 48 36'5" 1'8" C3_3_128" 36'5" 1'8" C3_4_12 36'5" 1'8" C3_3_138" 36'5" 1'8" TYPE A

17

FOURTH FLOOR LENGTH DEPTH 44'8" 2'4" 51' 2'4"

C3_4_1 C3_4_2

C2_R_1 C2_R_2 C2_R_3

LENGTH 27'6" 28'11" 30'9"

WIDTH 1' 1'

C3_R_1 C3_R_2

LENGTH 45'8" 50'11"

C3_R_3 24'9" ROOF DEPTH LENGTH C3_R_4 WIDTH 42'6" 2'4" C3_R_1 1' 33'7" 45'8" C3_R_5 2'4" C3_R_21' 33'7" 50'11" C3_R_6 1'8"C3_R_7 C3_R_38" 38'1" 24'9" 2'4" C3_R_41' 26'1" 42'6" C3_R_8 1'8"C3_R_9 C3_R_58" 13'7" 33'7" 1'8"C3_R_10 C3_R_68" 34'3" 33'7" 1'8"C3_R_11 C3_R_78" 24'38'1" 1'8"C3_R_12 C3_R_88" 14'4" 26'1" 1'8" C3_R_98" 13'7" C3_R_13 23'1" 1'8" C3_R_108" 34'3" C3_R_14 34' 1'8" C3_R_118" 24' C3_R_15 16'5" 1'8" C3_R_128" 14'4" 1'8"C3_R_16 C3_R_138" 7'11" 23'1" 1'8" C3_R_148" 34' 1'8" C3_R_158" 16'5" 6" C3_R_162.5" 7'11"

LENGTH 71'2"

C4_R_1

ROOF C4_R_2 11'2" DEPTH LENGTH C4_R_3 WIDTH 25'3" 2'4" C4_R_1 1' 39'4" 71'2" C4_R_4 1'8"C4_R_5 C4_R_28" 52'5" 11'2" 1'8"C4_R_6 C4_R_38" 48'9" 25'3" 1'8"C4_R_7 C4_R_48" 44'8" 39'4" 2'4" C4_R_51' 52'5" 2'4" C4_R_61' 48'9" 2'4" C4_R_71' 44'8"

TOTAL BEAMS:

TOTAL BEAMS:

220

TOTAL BEAMS:

TYPE A TYPE B TYPE C

49 149 24

TYPE C

TYPE A TYPE B TYPE A TYPE C B TYPE

WIDTH

ROOF DEPTH

WIDTH

ROOF DEPTH 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" ROOF 1'8" DEPTH 1'8" 1'8" 2'4" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 2'4" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8"

WIDTH 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" WIDTH 8" 8" 1'8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 1' 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8"

ROOF DEPTH 2'4" 2'4" 1'8" ROOF DEPTH 2'4" 2'4" 1'8" 2'4" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 2'4" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 6"1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 6"

WIDTH 1' 1' 8" 1'WIDTH 1' 8" 1' 8" 8" 8" 1' 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 2.5" 8" 8" 8" 2.5"

ROOF DEPTH 2'4" ROOF 1'8" DEPTH 1'8" 2'4" 1'8" 1'8" 2'4" 1'8" 2'4" 1'8" 2'4" 2'4" 2'4" 2'4"

WIDTH 1' 8" WIDTH 8" 1' 8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1' 1' 1'

WIDTHLENGTH

C2_R_4 33'3" ROOF C2_R_5 WIDTH 35'10" DEPTH LENGTH 1'8"C2_R_6 C2_R_1 8" 34'3" 27'6" 1'8"C2_R_7 C2_R_28" 63'6" 28'11" 1'8"C2_R_8 C2_R_38" 33'10" 30'9" 1'8"C2_R_9 C2_R_48" 14'3" 33'3" 1'8"C2_R_10 C2_R_58" 26'6" 35'10" 1'8"C2_R_11 C2_R_68" 26'6" 34'3" 2'4" C2_R_71' 16'7" 63'6" C2_R_12 1'8" C2_R_88" 33'10" 1'8" C2_R_98" 14'3" 1'8" C2_R_108" 26'6" 1'8" C2_R_118" 26'6" 1'8" C2_R_128" 16'7"

C3_4_3 51' 2'4" FLOOR1’ FOURTH FLOOR FOURTH WIDTH LENGTH DEPTH WIDTH LENGTH C3_4_4 39'5"LENGTH 1'8" DEPTH 8" WIDTH 1'44'8" 2'4" C3_4_1 1'66'2"44'8" 2'4" 2'4" C3_R_1 1' 1'45'8" C3_4_5 1'51' 2'4" C3_4_21'50' 51' C3_R_2 1' 1'50'11" C3_4_6 2'4" 2'4" 1'51' 2'4" C3_4_31’43'3"51' C3_R_3 1' 1’24'9" C3_4_7 2'4" 2'4" 1'39'5" 1'8" C3_4_48" C3_R_4 8” 8" 42'6" C3_4_8 32'7" 39'5" 1'8" 1'8" 1'66'2" 2'4" C3_4_5 1' 66'2" C3_R_5 8" 1'33'7" C3_4_9 34'3" 1'8" 2'4" 8" 50' 2'4" C3_4_61'28'2"50' C3_R_6 8" 1'33'7" C3_4_10 1'8" 2'4" 8" 43'3" 2'4" C3_4_7 1'35'8"43'3" 1'8" 2'4" C3_R_7 8" 1'38'1" C3_4_11 8" 32'7" 1'8" C3_4_88” C3_R_8 2.5"8” 26'1" C3_4_12 7'10" 32'7" 6" 1'8" 2.5" 34'3" 1'8" C3_4_98" 34'3" 1'8" C3_R_9 8" 13'7" 8" 28'2" 1'8" C3_4_108" 28'2" 1'8" C3_R_10 8" 34'3" 8" 35'8" 1'8" C3_4_118" 35'8" 1'8" C3_R_11 8" 24' 8" 7'10" 6" C3_4_122.5" 7'10" 6" C3_R_12 2.5" 14'4" 8" C3_R_13 23'1" C3_R_14 34' C3_R_15 16'5" C3_R_16 7'11"

Beam Documentation

CONCRETE

ROOF DEPTH

TYPE B BEAMS: 28 TOTAL BEAMS: 48 TOTAL 48 TYPE C 3 TYPE A 17 TYPE A 17 TYPE B 28 TYPE B 28 SECOND FLOOR FLOOR FOURTH FLOOR TYPE C 3 TYPE THIRD C 3 LENGTH DEPTH WIDTH LENGTH DEPTH WIDTH LENGTH DEPTH WIDTH C4_2_1 14'4" 1'8" 8" C4_3_1 39'5" 1'8" 8" C4_4_1 13'7" 1'8" 8" SECOND THIRD FLOOR THIRD FLOOR1' FOURTH FLOOR FOURTH C4_2_2 FLOOR 72'7" 2'4"SECOND FLOOR 1' C4_3_2 53'11" 2'4" C4_4_2 26'7" 1'8" FLOOR8" LENGTH DEPTH 9'10" WIDTHLENGTH DEPTH WIDTH LENGTH C4_3_3 DEPTH WIDTHLENGTH DEPTH8" WIDTH LENGTH DEPTH WIDTH LENGTH C4_2_3 6" 2.5" 28'8" 1'8" C4_4_3 25'8"LENGTH 1'8" DEPTH 8" WIDTH 14'4" C4_2_4 1'8" C4_2_1 14'4" 1'8" C4_3_1 8" 39'5" 1'8" C4_3_1 8" 39'5"1'8" 1'8" C4_4_1 8" 13'7" 1'8" C4_4_1 8" C4_R_1 8" 8" 71'2" 54'4"8" 2'4" 1' C4_3_4 20'3" 8" C4_4_4 28'8"13'7" 1'8" 1'8" 72'7" C4_2_5 2'4" C4_2_2 72'7" 2'4" C4_3_2 1'53'11" 2'4" C4_3_2 1' 53'11"1'8" 2'4" C4_4_2 1'26'7" 1'8" C4_4_28" C4_R_2 1' 8" 11'2" 34'9"1' 1'8" 8" C4_3_5 18'9" 8" C4_4_5 40'1" 26'7" 2'4" 1'8" 9'10" C4_2_6 6" C4_2_3 6" C4_3_3 2.5" 28'8" 1'8" C4_3_3 8" 28'8"1'8" 1'8" C4_4_3 8" 25'8" 1'8" C4_4_38" C4_R_3 8" 8" 25'3" 18'2" 2.5" 9'10" 1'8" 8" C4_3_6 12'6" 8" C4_4_6 11'7" 25'8" 1'8" 1'8" 54'4" C4_2_7 2'4" C4_2_4 1' 54'4" 2'4" C4_3_4 1' 20'3" 1'8" C4_3_4 8" 20'3" 1'8" C4_4_4 8" 28'8" 1'8" C4_4_4 8" 28'8" 1'8" C4_R_4 39'4" 22'6" 1'8" 8" C4_3_7 13'8" 1'8" 8" C4_4_7 25'4" 1'8" 8" 8" 34'9" C4_2_8 1'8" C4_2_5 34'9" 1'8" C4_3_5 8" 18'9" 1'8" C4_3_5 8" 18'9" 1'8" 1'8" C4_4_5 8" 40'1" 2'4" C4_4_51'7'3" 40'1" 6" 2'4" C4_R_5 2.5"1'52'5" 12'5" 8" 1'8" 8" C4_3_8 22'10" 8" C4_4_8 18'2" 1'8" C4_2_68" 18'2" 1'8" C4_3_6 8" 12'6" 1'8" C4_3_68" 12'6" 1'8" C4_4_6 8" 11'7" 1'8" C4_4_68" 11'7" 1'8" C4_R_6 8" 48'9" C4_2_9 22'11" 1'8" 8" C4_3_9 6'10" 6" 2.5" C4_4_9 17'5" 1'8" 8" 22'6" 1'8" C4_2_7 8" 22'6" 1'8" C4_3_7 8" 13'8" 1'8" C4_3_7 8" 13'8" 1'8" C4_4_7 8" 25'4" 1'8" C4_4_7 8" 25'4" 1'8" C4_R_7 8" 44'8" C4_2_10 3'11" 6" 2.5" C4_3_10 23'5" 1'8" 8" C4_4_10 23'7" 1'8" 8" 12'5" 1'8" C4_2_88" 12'5" 1'8" C4_3_8 8" 22'10" 1'8" C4_3_88" 22'10" 1'8" C4_4_8 8" 7'3" 6" C4_4_82.5" 7'3" 6" 2.5" C4_2_11 21'6" 1'8" 8" C4_3_11 16'5" 1'8" 8" C4_4_11 4'6" 6" 2.5" 22'11" 1'8" C4_2_98" 22'11" 1'8" C4_3_9 8" 6'10" 6" C4_3_92.5" 6'10" 6" C4_4_9 2.5" 17'5" 1'8" C4_4_98" 17'5" 1'8" 8" 29'2" 2.5" 3'11" 1'8" 8" C4_3_12 8'6" 2.5" 8" C4_4_12 23'10"23'7" 1'8" 1'8" 8" 8" 3'11" C4_2_12 6" C4_2_10 6" C4_3_10 2.5" 23'5" 1'8" C4_3_10 8" 23'5"6" 1'8" C4_4_10 23'7" 1'8" C4_4_108" 20'11"8" 1'8" 8" C4_3_13 10'8" 8" C4_4_13 37'4"4'6" 1'8" 6" 8" 2.5" 21'6" C4_2_13 1'8" C4_2_11 21'6" 1'8" C4_3_11 8" 16'5" 1'8" C4_3_11 16'5" 1'8" 1'8" C4_4_11 8" 4'6" 6" C4_4_112.5" 22'6" 8" 1'8" 8" C4_3_14 17'9" 8" C4_4_14 22' 23'10" 1'8" 1'8" 8" 8" 29'2" C4_2_14 1'8" C4_2_12 29'2" 1'8" C4_3_12 8" 8'6" 6" C4_3_12 2.5" 8'6" 1'8" 6" C4_4_12 2.5" 23'10" 1'8" C4_4_128" 21'3" 8" 1'8" 8" C4_3_15 9' 8" 2.5" 8" C4_4_15 10'3" 37'4" 1'8" 1'8" 8" 8" 20'11" C4_2_15 1'8" C4_2_13 20'11" 1'8" C4_3_13 8" 10' 1'8" C4_3_13 10' 6" 1'8" C4_4_13 37'4" 1'8" C4_4_138" 26'7" 8" 1'8" 8" C4_3_16 9' 8" 2.5" 8" C4_4_16 27'2" 22' 1'8" 1'8" 8" 8" 22'6" C4_2_16 1'8" C4_2_14 22'6" 1'8" C4_3_14 8" 17'9" 1'8" C4_3_14 17'9" 6" 1'8" C4_4_14 22' 1'8" C4_4_148" 9'11" 8" 6" 2.5" C4_3_17 22'4" 1'8" 8" C4_4_17 21'2" 10'3" 1'8" 1'8" 8" 8" 21'3" C4_2_17 1'8" C4_2_15 21'3" 1'8" C4_3_15 8" 9' 6" C4_3_15 2.5" 9' 6" C4_4_15 2.5" 10'3" 1'8" C4_4_158" 11'7" 8" 1'8" 8" C4_3_18 44'2" 2'4" 1' C4_4_18 28'1" 27'2" 1'8" 1'8" 8" 8" 26'7" C4_2_18 1'8" C4_2_16 26'7" 1'8" C4_3_16 8" 9' 6" C4_3_16 2.5" 9' 6" C4_4_16 2.5" 27'2" 1'8" C4_4_168" 8'4" 2.5" 9'11" 6" 2.5" C4_3_19 10'2" 8" C4_4_19 43'7"21'2" 2'4" 1'8" 1' 8" 9'11" C4_2_19 6" C4_2_17 6" C4_3_17 2.5" 22'4" 1'8" C4_3_17 8" 22'4"1'8" 1'8" C4_4_17 8" 21'2" 1'8" C4_4_178" 11'7" C4_2_20 1'8" C4_2_18 11'7" 1'8" C4_3_18 8" 44'2" 2'4" C4_3_181' 44'2" 2'4" C4_4_18 1'28'1" 1'8" C4_4_188" 7'6" 8" 6" 2.5" C4_4_20 8'10" 28'1" 6" 1'8" 2.5"8" 8'4" C4_2_21 6" C4_2_19 6" C4_3_19 2.5" 10'2" 1'8"BEAMS: C4_3_198" 7510'2" 1'8" C4_4_19 8" 43'7" 2'4" C4_4_191'14'3" 43'7" 1'8" 2'4" 11' 2.5" 8'4" 1'8" 8" TOTAL C4_4_21 8" 1' 7'6" C4_2_22 6" C4_2_20 6" 2.5" 2.5" C4_4_20 8'10" 6" C4_4_20 2.5" 4'11" 2.5" 7'6" 6" C4_4_22 15'10"8'10" 1'8" 6" 8" 2.5" 11' 1'8" C4_2_21 11'1'8" 1'8" TOTAL 8" 75 TOTAL 75 C4_4_21 14'3" 1'8" C4_4_218" C4_2_23 26'2"8" 8" BEAMS: TYPE A BEAMS: 14 C4_4_23 12'8" 14'3" 1'8" 1'8" 8" 8" 4'11" 6" C4_2_22 2.5" 4'11" 6" 2.5" C4_4_22 15'10" 1'8" C4_4_22 8" TYPE B 51 C4_4_24 20'8"15'10" 1'8" 1'8" 8" 8" 26'2" 1'8" C4_2_23 8" 26'2" 1'8" TYPE A8" 14 A 14 C4_4_23 12'8" 1'8" C4_4_23 8" 12'8" TYPE C TYPE 10 C4_4_25 5' 6" 1'8" 2.5"8" TYPE B 51 TYPE B 51 C4_4_24 20'8" 1'8" C4_4_24 8" C4_4_26 26' 20'8" 1'8" 1'8" 8" 8" TYPE C 10 TYPE C 10 C4_4_25 5' 6" C4_4_25 2.5" 5' 6" 2.5" C4_4_26 26' 1'8" C4_4_26 8" 26' 1'8" 8"

INTERFERENCE STAINLESS STEEL

ROOF DEPTH

LENGTH

21

kBTU/ft2/yr

HEATING DOMINATED

HEATI DOMINA HEATIN DOMINA

MOST

MOSTLY OVERLIT

OVERLIT

220 220 49 149 49 24149 24

OVER MOSTL OVERL

OV

OVE

GYPSUM GAS

GAS

CARPET PANEL, INVERTED SEAM CLIP

GAS

THERMAL PAD

INSULATION

METAL DECKING

SOLAR

TOTAL CO2e MIX TOTAL CO2e MIX

TOTAL CO2e MIX SOLAR SOLAR

GAS 88,225 88,225 88,225 lbCO e/yr lbCO2e/yr

2

TOTAL COST

GAS SOLAR GAS

SOLAR $38,520

SOLAR

per year

lbCO2e/yr

TOTAL COST TOTAL COST

ELECTRIC $38,520 $38,520 per year

TOTAL ENERGY

ELECTRIC SOLAR ELECTRIC

TOTAL ENERGY TOTAL ENERGY

SOLAR SOLAR 395,363

GAS 395,363 395,363 kWh per year

ELECTRIC

ELECTRIC ELECTRIC

kWh per year

per year

GAS GAS

kWh per year

STEEL BEAM ELECTRIC

ELECTRICELECTRIC

40 FC

40 40

AIR GAP INT. EQUIP

RETAINING WALL

INT. INT. HEAT EQUIP EQUIP AHU

HEAT AHU

INT. EQUIP

HEAT AHU

INT. INT. HEAT EQUIP EQUIP AHU

HEAT HEAT AHU AHU

HEAT AHU INT. EQUIP

VAPOR BARRIER INT. LIGHT

CAP

lbCO2e/yr

FANS AHU

CAISSON INTERFERENCE STAINLESS STEEL

PHOTOVOLTAIC PANEL

CONCRETE ASPHALT

PANEL, INVERTED SEAM CLIP

Wall Details HEAT INSULATION

METAL DECKING

INSULATION

STEEL BEAM

AIR GAP

C1_2_1 C1_2_2 C1_2_3 C1_2_4 C1_2_5 C1_2_6 C1_2_7 C1_2_8 C1_2_9 C1_2_10 C1_2_11 C1_2_12 C1_2_13 C1_2_14 C1_2_15 C1_2_16 C1_2_17 C1_2_18 C1_2_19 C1_2_20 C1_2_21

SECOND FLOOR LENGTH DEPTH 29'6" 1'8" 35'2" 1'8" 25'8" 1'8" 70'10" 2'4" 58'8" 2'4" 70'10" 2'4" 11'3" 1'8" 13'6" 1'8" 36'3" 1'8" 35'4" 1'8" 30'10" 1'8" 42'10" 2'4" 34'4" 1'8" 14'5" 1'8" 10'10" 1'8" 27'11" 1'8" 30'7" 1'8" 21'9" 1'8" 26'1" 1'8" 15'8" 1'8" 2'10" 6"

WIDTH 8" 8" 8" 1' 1' 1' 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 1' 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 2.5"

C2_2_1 C2_2_2 C2_2_3 C2_2_4 C2_2_5 C2_2_6 C2_2_7 C2_2_8 C2_2_9 C2_2_10 C2_2_11

SECOND FLOOR LENGTH DEPTH 29' 1'8" 29' 1'8" 31'11" 1'8" 27'11" 1'8" 60'6" 2'4" 27'9" 1'8" 34'1" 1'8" 40'10" 2'4" 55'6" 2'4" 9'7" 6" 55'6" 2'4"

WIDTH 8" 8" 8" 8" 1' 8" 8" 1' 1' 2.5" 1'

C1_3_1 C1_3_2 C1_3_3 C1_3_4 C1_3_5 C1_3_6 C1_3_7 C1_3_8 C1_3_9 C1_3_10 C1_3_11 C1_3_12 C1_3_13 C1_3_14

STAINLESS STEEL CONCRETE

6 34 7

THIRD FLOOR LENGTH DEPTH 57'6" 2'4" 99'1" 2'4" 7'1" 6" 60'2" 2'4" 58'8" 2'4" 24' 1'8" 12'8" 1'8" 28'9" 1'8" 7'6" 6" 7'7" 6" 35'8" 1'8" 24'7" 1'8" 24'7" 1'8" 26'2" 1'8" 36'4" 1'8"

TOTAL BEAMS:

HEAT INSULATION

TYPE A TYPE B TYPE

CARPET

PANEL, INVERTED

THERMAL PAD

INSULATION

METAL DECKING

C3_2_1 C3_2_2 C3_2_3 C3_2_4 C3_2_5 C3_2_6 C3_2_7

SECOND FLOOR LENGTH DEPTH 26'8" 1'8" 47'8" 2'4" 47'8" 2'4" 66'8" 2'4" 66'8" 2'4" 17' 1'8" 17' 1'8"

WIDTH 8" 1' 1' 1' 1' 8" 8"

C3_3_1 C3_3_2 C3_3_3 C3_3_4 C3_3_5 C3_3_6 C3_3_7 C3_3_8 C3_3_9 C3_3_10 C3_3_11 C3_3_12 C3_3_13

STEEL BEAM STEEL BEAM

AIR GAP C4_2_1 C4_2_2 C4_2_3 C4_2_4 C4_2_5 C4_2_6 C4_2_7 C4_2_8 C4_2_9 C4_2_10 C4_2_11 C4_2_12 C4_2_13 C4_2_14 C4_2_15 C4_2_16 C4_2_17 C4_2_18 C4_2_19 C4_2_20 C4_2_21 C4_2_22 C4_2_23

GYPSUM CARPET THERMAL PAD

INTERFERENCE STAINLESS STEEL

METAL DECKING STEEL BEAM

47

TYPE A TYPE B TYPE C

GYPSUM

SEAM CLIP METAL DECKING

CONCRETE

THIRD FLOOR LENGTH DEPTH 38'10" 1'8" 38'4" 1'8" 35'3" 1'8" 15'3" 1'8" 83'6" 2'4" 31'6" 1'8" 22'10" 1'8" 16'5" 1'8" 19'1" 1'8" 29'8" 1'8" 8'5" 6" 16'4" 1'8" 28'10" 1'8" 35'3" 1'8"

TOTAL BEAMS:

C2_3_1 C2_3_2 C2_3_3 C2_3_4 C2_3_5 C2_3_6 C2_3_7 C2_3_8 C2_3_9 C2_3_10 C2_3_11 C2_3_12 C2_3_13 C2_3_14 C2_3_15

PHOTOVOLTAIC PANEL INTERFERENCE ASPHALT

TOTAL CO2e INT.

INT. LIGHT 194,505 LIGHT

SECOND FLOOR LENGTH DEPTH 14'4" 1'8" 72'7" 2'4" 9'10" 6" 54'4" 2'4" 34'9" 1'8" 18'2" 1'8" 22'6" 1'8" 12'5" 1'8" 22'11" 1'8" 3'11" 6" 21'6" 1'8" 29'2" 1'8" 20'11" 1'8" 22'6" 1'8" 21'3" 1'8" 26'7" 1'8" 9'11" 6" 11'7" 1'8" 8'4" 6" 7'6" 6" 11' 1'8" 4'11" 6" 26'2" 1'8"

WIDTH 8" 1' 2.5" 1' 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 2.5" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 2.5" 8" 2.5" 2.5" 8" 2.5" 8"

WIDTH 1' 1' 2.5" 1' 1' 8" 8" 8" 2.5" 2.5" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8"

C1_4_1 C1_4_2 C1_4_3 C1_4_4 C1_4_5 C1_4_6 C1_4_7 C1_4_8 C1_4_9 C1_4_10 C1_4_11 C1_4_12

FOURTH FLOOR LENGTH DEPTH 1'6" 6" 2'2" 6" 17'11" 1'8" 10'8" 1'8" 58'1" 2'4" 17'11" 1'8" 9'7" 6" 16'10" 1'8" 23'8" 1'8" 37'9" 1'8" 6'10" 6" 9'3" 6"

WIDTH 2.5" 2.5" 8" 8" 1' 8" 2.5" 8" 8" 8" 2.5" 2.5"

C2_4_1 C2_4_2 C2_4_3 C2_4_4 C2_4_5 C2_4_6 C2_4_7 C2_4_8 C2_4_9 C2_4_10 C2_4_11 C2_4_12

FOURTH FLOOR LENGTH DEPTH 26'8" 1'8" 59'10" 2'4" 26'5" 1'8" 63'5" 2'4" 37'2" 1'8" 35'6" 1'8" 13'11" 1'8" 27'7" 1'8" 27'7" 1'8" 26'1" 1'8" 26'1" 1'8" 66'3" 2'4"

WIDTH 8" 1' 8" 1' 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 1'

C3_4_1 C3_4_2 C3_4_3 C3_4_4 C3_4_5 C3_4_6 C3_4_7 C3_4_8 C3_4_9 C3_4_10 C3_4_11 C3_4_12

FOURTH FLOOR LENGTH DEPTH 44'8" 2'4" 51' 2'4" 51' 2'4" 39'5" 1'8" 66'2" 2'4" 50' 2'4" 43'3" 2'4" 32'7" 1'8" 34'3" 1'8" 28'2" 1'8" 35'8" 1'8" 7'10" 6"

WIDTH 1' 1' 1’ 8" 1' 1' 1' 8” 8" 8" 8" 2.5"

C4_4_1 C4_4_2 C4_4_3 C4_4_4 C4_4_5 C4_4_6 C4_4_7 C4_4_8 C4_4_9 C4_4_10 C4_4_11 C4_4_12 C4_4_13 C4_4_14 C4_4_15 C4_4_16 C4_4_17 C4_4_18 C4_4_19 C4_4_20 C4_4_21 C4_4_22 C4_4_23 C4_4_24 C4_4_25 C4_4_26

FOURTH FLOOR LENGTH DEPTH 13'7" 1'8" 26'7" 1'8" 25'8" 1'8" 28'8" 1'8" 40'1" 2'4" 11'7" 1'8" 25'4" 1'8" 7'3" 6" 17'5" 1'8" 23'7" 1'8" 4'6" 6" 23'10" 1'8" 37'4" 1'8" 22' 1'8" 10'3" 1'8" 27'2" 1'8" 21'2" 1'8" 28'1" 1'8" 43'7" 2'4" 8'10" 6" 14'3" 1'8" 15'10" 1'8" 12'8" 1'8" 20'8" 1'8" 5' 6" 26' 1'8"

WIDTH 8" 8" 8" 8" 1' 8" 8" 2.5" 8" 8" 2.5" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 1' 2.5" 8" 8" 8" 8" 2.5" 8"

LENGTH

ROOF DEPTH

WIDTH

C2_R_1 C2_R_2 C2_R_3 C2_R_4 C2_R_5 C2_R_6 C2_R_7 C2_R_8 C2_R_9 C2_R_10 C2_R_11 C2_R_12

LENGTH 27'6" 28'11" 30'9" 33'3" 35'10" 34'3" 63'6" 33'10" 14'3" 26'6" 26'6" 16'7"

ROOF DEPTH 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 2'4" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8"

WIDTH 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 1' 8" 8" 8" 8" 8"

C3_R_1 C3_R_2 C3_R_3 C3_R_4 C3_R_5 C3_R_6 C3_R_7 C3_R_8 C3_R_9 C3_R_10 C3_R_11 C3_R_12 C3_R_13 C3_R_14 C3_R_15 C3_R_16

LENGTH 45'8" 50'11" 24'9" 42'6" 33'7" 33'7" 38'1" 26'1" 13'7" 34'3" 24' 14'4" 23'1" 34' 16'5" 7'11"

ROOF DEPTH 2'4" 2'4" 1'8" 2'4" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 6"

WIDTH 1' 1' 8" 1' 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 2.5"

C4_R_1 C4_R_2 C4_R_3 C4_R_4 C4_R_5 C4_R_6 C4_R_7

LENGTH 71'2" 11'2" 25'3" 39'4" 52'5" 48'9" 44'8"

ROOF DEPTH 2'4" 1'8" 1'8" 1'8" 2'4" 2'4" 2'4"

WIDTH 1' 8" 8" 8" 1' 1' 1'

FANS AHU

COOL AHU

HEAT ZONES

COOL AHU

TOTAL ENERGY INT.

INT. LIGHT 395,363 LIGHT kWh per year

HEAT ZONES FANS AHU

COOL AHU

FANS FANS AHU

AHU

TOTAL COST

TOTAL ENERGY TOTAL ENERGY

395,363 395,363 kWh per year HEAT kWh per year ZONES

COOL COOL AHU AHU

$38,521 HEAT ZONES HEAT

ZONES

INT. LIGHT

per year

HEAT HEAT ZONES ZONES

TOTAL COST TOTAL COST

COOL $38,521 AHUper year $38,521

per year

INT. LIGHT INT. LIGHT FANS AHU

COOL COOL AHU AHU

FANS AHU FANS AHU

UNDERLIT

21

kBTU/ft2/yr

50

THIRD FLOOR LENGTH DEPTH 46'1" 2'4" 51'7" 2'4" 51'7" 2'4" 51'7" 2'4" 60'9" 2'4" 28'3" 1'8" 28'3" 1'8" 28'3" 1'8" 7'3" 6" 28'3" 1'8" 36'5" 1'8" 36'5" 1'8" 36'5" 1'8" 48

TYPE A TYPE B TYPE C

17 28 3

THIRD FLOOR LENGTH DEPTH 39'5" 1'8" 53'11" 2'4" 28'8" 1'8" 20'3" 1'8" 18'9" 1'8" 12'6" 1'8" 13'8" 1'8" 22'10" 1'8" 6'10" 6" 23'5" 1'8" 16'5" 1'8" 8'6" 6" 10' 1'8" 17'9" 1'8" 9' 6" 9' 6" 22'4" 1'8" 44'2" 2'4" 10'2" 1'8"

TOTAL BEAMS:

75

TYPE A TYPE B TYPE C

14 51 10

WIDTH 1' 1' 1' 1' 1' 8" 8" 8" 2.5" 8" 8" 8" 8"

WIDTH 8" 1' 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 2.5" 8" 8" 2.5" 8" 8" 2.5" 2.5" 8" 1' 8"

GYPSUM

TOTAL BEAMS:

220

TYPE A TYPE B TYPE C

49 149 24

CARPET PANEL, INVERTED SEAM CLIP

INT. LIGHT

2

lbCOHEAT e/yr 2 ZONES

HEAT HEAT AHU AHU

12 36 4

TOTAL BEAMS:

C4_3_1 C4_3_2 C4_3_3 C4_3_4 C4_3_5 C4_3_6 C4_3_7 C4_3_8 C4_3_9 C4_3_10 C4_3_11 C4_3_12 C4_3_13 C4_3_14 C4_3_15 C4_3_16 C4_3_17 C4_3_18 C4_3_19

WIDTH 8" 8" 8" 8" 1' 8" 8" 8" 8" 8" 2.5" 8" 8" 8"

FANS

COOL AHU AHU

TOTAL CO2e TOTAL CO2e

194,505 194,505 lbCO e/yr

HEAT INT. ZONES INT. EQUIP EQUIP

HEATING DOMINATED

MOSTLY OVERLIT

OVERLIT

THERMAL PAD

INSULATION

METAL DECKING GAS

STEEL BEAM TOTAL CO2e MIX

TOTAL ENERGY

TOTAL COST

88,225

SOLAR

AIR GAP

GAS

$38,520

SOLAR

ELECTRIC

395,363

SOLAR

GAS

kWh per year

per year

lbCO2e/yr

RETAINING WALL

40 FC

ELECTRIC

ELECTRIC

VAPOR BARRIER CAP INT. EQUIP

GYPSUM

INT. EQUIP

HEAT AHU

HEAT AHU

HEAT AHU

INT. LIGHT

THERMAL PAD METAL DECKING

FANS AHU

STEEL BEAM

Exploded Details RETAINING WALL

CAP

TOTAL CO2e

INT. LIGHT

194,505 lbCO2e/yr

CAISSON

COOL AHU

FANS AHU

TOTAL COST

TOTAL ENERGY

$38,521

395,363 kWh per year

HEAT ZONES

HEAT ZONES

INT. EQUIP

CARPET

per year

HEAT ZONES

COOL AHU

INT. LIGHT COOL AHU

Exploded Furniture Map

FANS AHU

UNDERLIT

DETAILS

PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS

Performance Analysis

009

UNDE

UND


1

5

5

ESTCODE

4 6

5

2 3

1. FAN ROOM 2. AUDITORIUM 3. CAFE 4. WORKSPACE AREA 5. READING AREAS 6. BATHROOMS

RENDERED FLOOR 0 PLAN

Rendered Floor 0 Plan 1:96 1:96

6 ESTCODE

5 4 1

3 5

1 3

5 ESTCODE

5

6 2 3

5

3

4

ESTCODE

1 2

6 2

FLOOR 1

FLOOR 2

FLOOR 3

1

2

3

4

CORE

SLAB

OBJECT

WRAP

CORES

010

1. FAN ROOM 2. OUTDOOR GREEN SPACE 3. LOUNGING AREA 4. WORKSPACE AREA 5. SENSITIVE COLLECTIONS 6. BATHROOMS

1. FAN ROOM 2. CATWALK PRACTICE AREA 3. WATCHING AND LOUNCING AREA 4. WORKSPACE AREA 5. READING AREAS 6. BATHROOMS

1. FAN ROOM 2. AUDITORIUM 3. STUDY NOOKS 4. WORKSPACE AREA 5. READING AREAS 6. BATHROOMS

SLABS

OBJECT

WRAPPING


Structural Steel Taxonomy 60 PSF

45 PSF

50 PSF

60 PSF

125 PSF

80 PSF

100 PSF

125 PSF

Chunk 1

Chunk 2

Chunk 3

CHUNK TAXONOMY

Chunk 4

CHUNK TAXONOMY

Full Internal Structure

SECTION Longitudinal LONGITUDINAL Section 1:120 1:120

011


012

Conceptual Bones Model


Close-Up

013


Object Obscuration ARCH 205 / Gabe Esquivel + Adam Fure In Collaboration with Justin Zumel, Eline Verhoeven, + Tung Dinh Tasks: Post-Processing, argument, texture mapping, independent experimentation

As the times of the philosophical grotesque fall to an end, we look onward and forwards into the magical realm. We

look

forward

into

the

abyss

that

creates

the

dichotomy of surreal and the pragmatically functional, Objects spinning their tunes, as they fall into Schrödinger’s box and find themselves another identity to share yet again.

This study was used to attempt a redefinition of representation as an ontological presence through the contrast of natural and man-made forms. As a final iteration of a semester-long lab with visiting professor Adam Fure, the theme of the lab was to create an object with architectural qualities which contributed to the theme of object redux. Object redux conducted analysis on the form of found objects in order to mine latent architectural potential. The project’s objective was to create a resolution standard within the realm of representation; this resolution would occur at the crossroad between mediums, creating the possibility of emulating new objects. Through the use of photogrammetry, we combined rock-like objects with computer modeled rocks in order to create a plane of eminence where all objects are equal in ontology. Using photogrammetry, we rediscovered the idea of flattening. In this system, we use the camera as a marker between the physical and digital. The loss of information generated creates formal and textural discrepancies. The less photos we would feed into the photogrammetry algorithm, the more date loss would accur along with mesh tears, and vice versa. The categories of objects began to show a mereological formality; this consisted of physical natural rock, physical synthetic rock, and rock-like object. These three categories were essential in showing each object’s unequivocal qualities which were dissolved into the same field to a point of obscuration. In order to heighten the degree of obscuration, self-emanating textures were purposefully assigned to different objects in order to rehiterate the delineation of digital manipulations. 014


Mereology of Objects

Textures Used To Further Obscuration 015


Fulll Composition of Digital Representation

016


Analog Model Documentation

017


Object Mereology

018


Ground Object Low Resolution- Mesh Count: 10,000 Polygons

Medium Resolution- Mesh Count: 450,000 Polygons

High Resolution- Mesh Count: 450,000 Polygons 019


020

Independent Experimentation


Independent Experimentation

021


Pseudo-Cubism ARCH 205 / Gabe Esquivel Individual Project Tasks: produced all work shown

Beware!

The

brings Have way

about them the

the

speak

walls

subtle

of

at gem

shade

boughs the create

of

heavens the

that change. about

bountiful

the glass,

And let their limbs give weigh from the exhaustion of the day bubbling below the surfaces of a dynamic crystallization.

Inspired by the high fashion of Vivienne Westwood, the form & figure of the chosen dress was diagrammed and manipulated within a digital realm. The dress diagrams transition from high detail and high-poly representation to a fluid and flexible delineation. Digitally, these were further explored through a series of transitional movies with manual software manipulation. Color and pattern was applied to the object which emulated from an original painting done with surrealist properties. This same painting was then manipulated into a texture and bump map. Precedents include John Hejduk’s Wall House & paintings by Joaquin Torres Garcia, along with Giorgio De Chirico. The project also took deep influence from synthetic cubism. By focusing on flat synthetic shapes, abstract space, and constructivist elements of composition, the space was able to succesfully blur the space between the 2D and 3D realms. The Vivienne Westwood retail store is composed of the decomposed Greenbelt House as well as the dress to object structure. The Greenbelt House by Ralph Rapson was diagrammed in order to further understand the indexicality and underlying part to whole relationships within. These diagrams were then further manipulated by a series of transformations such as translation, rotation, weakening, and scale; eventually leading to three dimensional extrusion. The analog model was created by transgressing the house plans in order to create a density of non-orthogonal aggregations, a unique form of density which juxtaposes the fashion object. Both gravitate towards one another through the pattern along with the beginning figures that emerge within the site/object. 022


Interior for Dress Object Dress Object On Top of Figure-Ground Texture

Interior Render for House Object

Analog Model

Interior Render for House Object

Original Painting Interior for Dress Object

023


WESTHEIMER RD.

1

2

POST OAK BLVD.

TAXI AREA

3

TIFFANY & Co.

NEIMAN MARCUS

CASE STUDY HOUSE #4: THE GREENBELT HOUSE RALPH RAPSON, 1945 UNBUILT CASE STUDY HOUSEHOUSE #4: THE GREENBELT HOUSE CASE STUDY HOUSE #4: THE GREENBELT RALPH RAPSON, 1945RALPH RAPSON, 1945 UNBUILT UNBUILT

CASE STUDY HOUSE #4: THE GREENBELT HOUSE RALPH RAPSON, 1945 UNBUILT

Dress Object Second Floor Plan

Speculative House Object Floor Plan

CASE STUDY HOUSE #4: THE GREENBELT HOUSE RALPH RAPSON, 1945 UNBUILT

024

4

CASE STUDY HOUSE #4: THE GREENBELT HOUSE RALPH RAPSON, 1945 UNBUILT

Site Plan

Dress Object First Floor Plan

CASE STUDY HOUSE #4: THE GREENBELT HOUSE RALPH RAPSON, 1945 UNBUILT

Diagrammatic Dress Process

5

6


Rendered Paintings

025


026

Exploded Axonometric of Site


Analog Model

027


Centro Nuovo ARCH 301 / Paolo Bulletti In Collaboration with Ben Schoenekase, Jamie Madison, + Kate Jackson Tasks: Modeling, Post-Processing, all texture mapping, argument. The Man sat outside the center, watching the steel trees billow in the breeze. He sipped his cappuccino and checked his watch; it was 6:30am. He opened his copy of Such Places as Memory, pondering on adding an additional sugar packet to his cup. The light shone off the polished concrete; creating rays of light which slithered up the low-poly figures, warming the building’s soul. Hours passed, and the man rearranged his items to leave. As he left for home, he ran his fingertips across the concrete, and took off. He arrived to his home under an olive tree outside the city, thirty minutes later. Centro Nuovo is a community center which bridges the continuum between younger and older audiences, encouraging inclusivity between generations of the city. Castiglion Fiorentino is a city in need of a catalyst to unite age groups, ideas, genders, and cultural influences. This center would allow younger generations to invest in their hometowns rather than migrating to larger metropolices such as Rome or Florence. The scale and significance along the apex of the hill holds a lasting imprint on the town, as well as creating a visual cue for those visiting the area. The lack of museums and theaters along with the vast amounts of artisans and painters creates a windown of opportunity to create cultural development. The town pleads for an anthropocentric overture, an unleashing of exploration calamity sure to infect all inhabitants. Centro Nuovo creates a new stimuli for cities such as Castiglion Fiorentino, stimulating gateways for the breaking of the traditional pedagogy Italy has been practicing for years. Using a bottom-up approach, a series of tree-like columns were formed which juxtapose a singular core wall, breaking apart the low-poly with a fluid and organic form. Stylistic precedents influencing the building stem from brutalistic aesthetic in combination with hi-tech hybridization. The form of the building wraps around the concrete functional zones, covering but not enclosing the footprint. The integrity of the interiority is challenged by the exterior environment from the ground up. The dichotomy of both objects creates a space programming facility that invites the public without limiting them to the confines of a sterile, dull and inhuman enclosure. 028


Exterior Render

Interior Cafe Render 029


1

2

Aluminum Cladding

Structural Steel

3

4 Second Floor

Ceramic Datum Wall

5

6

First Floor + Parking

Exploded Isometric 7

030

8

Transverse Section


Floor 0

Back Elevation

Front Elevation

Floor 1

Left Elevation

FLOOR 2

Right Elevation

Longitudinal Section

031


032

Theater Render


Theater Render

033


034

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