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MARIA RUXANDRA STANCIU Work Samples 2010 - 2013 Cornell University | B.Arch IV


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MARIA RUXANDRA STANCIU mrs332@cornell.edu #: (1) 516-710-1115 Address: 111 Osmun Pl Apt 1. Ithaca, NY 14850 Seeking position as architectural intern educational background August 2010 - May 2015

Cornell University, College of Architecture, Art, and Planning | Ithaca, New York Bachelor of Architecture with a Minor in Business GPA: 3.7 Design I—IV • Freehand Drawing • Digital Media • Photography • History of Architecture I, II • Architectural Analysis I, II • Architectural Theory • Structural Concepts, Elements • Building Technology, Materials, and Methods • Environmental Systems • Architecture as a Cultural System • Bio Inspired Materials and Design • Italian Language • Urban Planning Theory • Statistics • Finance • Financial Accounting • Business Management •

June 2010 July 2009 - Jan 2010 honors and awards October 2011

The Mary Louis Academy | Jamaica, NY High School Diploma The Cooper Union For The Advancement of Science and Art | New York, NY Art and Architecture Program Baird Competition | Honorable Mention Competition for a pavilion in the town of Binghamton, NY

April 2010

Scholastic Art Awards | Two Silver Keys for painting Art pieces selected for display

May 2010

ACE Mentoring Program College Scholarship | $2,000 grant


work experience June 2011 -August 2011 Jan 2012

BR Design Associates | New York, NY Interior Design Firm, Summer Internship – three-dimensional rendering, freehand rendering, drafting, detailing, space planning, project documentation

Jan 2013 - May 2013

Digital Fabrication TA | Cornell University Laser cutting and analog woodshop assistant at the university facility

May 2013 -August 2013

Perkins Eastman | New York, NY Studio Leader - Nick Leahy, Principal Summer Internship - presentation and competition drawings, construction documents, space planning; Responsibility of drafting and designing a book of architectural components for the contractor of a town hall project

Jan 2014

Perkins Eastman | New York, NY Studio Leader - Christine Albright, Principal Winter Internship - campus planning and project marketing

software

AutoCAD • 3D Max • Rhinoceros 5.0 • Grasshopper • V-Ray • Revit • Adobe Photoshop • Adobe Illustrator • Adobe InDesign • Ecotect Analysis, Microsoft Office •

craftwork

Physical Modeling • General Woodworking • Welding, Soldering • Laser-cutting • 3D Printing, • Plaster/Rockite Casting •

skills

languages interests / activities

English (fluent) • Romanian (fluent) • Spanish (fluent) • Italian (competent) • Art • Painting • Sculpture • Drawing • Furniture design • Photography • ACE Mentoring Program Alpha Phi Fraternity, Delta Chapter - active member

MARIA RUXANDRA STANCIU


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Design

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VERTICAL STREET

Town Hall - Owego, NY

Design Studio Spring 2012 | Semester 4 Prof. Dana Cupkova THE PROJECT DEFINES THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE RIVER AND THE STREET BY ABSTRACTING THE SITE INTO FORMAL ARCHITECTURAL STYLES IN ORDER TO

ADDRESS THE EVOLVING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THEM. THE FACE CONFRONTING THE STREET SEES A VERY PARTICIPATORY ENVIRONMENT WITH A FOCUS ON EFFICIENCY AND FUNCTIONALITY RESULTING IN A PRISTINE VOLUME DESCRIBED WITH A MODERNIST LANGUAGE. THE RIVER FACADE TAKES QUEUES FROM THE CONTEXT BY EXTENDING OUT INTO THE LANDSCAPE AND PRIORITIZING OBSERVATION. THE UNFOLDED LANGUAGE REFLECTS A MORE GESTURAL SURFACE CONDITION. LANGUAGE REFLECTS A MORE GESTURAL SURFACE CONDITION. FROM THE STREET, THE ENTRANCE CREATES A PEEP HOLE THAT BEGINS TO REVEAL WHAT LIES WITHIN.

THE CRINKLE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE

OTHERWISE IMMACULATE PAGE IS NOW UNDERSTOOD TO BE CAUSED BY A GREATER RUPTURE FROM WITHIN.

THE INTRODUCTION OF A CREVICE CONDITION SERVES AS A MORE DIRECT CONNECTION BETWEEN THE STREET AND WATER. THE SYMBOLIC NATURE

OF A TOWN HALL IS ADDRESSED WITH THE GRAND PUBLIC TERRACE ON THE SOUTH FACADE. THE

FOLD AND RESULTING RUPTURE CREATES A DIRECT CONNECTION BETWEEN THE EXTERIOR PUBLIC SPACES AND THE MEETING HALL.


NATURAL VENTILATION THROUGH ATRIUM

river

RAINWATER REUSAL SYSTEM

NATURAL VENTILATION

THE PROJECT IS SITED IN A 70’ X 100’ LOT BETWEEN ROWHOUSES LINED BY A RIVER WALK ON THE

SOUTHERN FACADE

PUBLIC ACCESS TO RIVERWALK ALONG WESTERN FACADE MARKS THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE

RAINWATER REUSAL SYSTEM

EGRESS AND CIRCULATION DIAGRAMS

“VERTICAL STREET”

permanent condensed participatory efficiency aesthetic functional

THE VERTICAL STREET IS A FOLD WHICH BREAKS

vs.

temporary open obervational enjoyable

THROUGH THE ENVELOPE OF THE ROWHOUSE,

MARKING AREAS AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC

HEATING AND PLUMBING

river

WITHIN A GOVERNMENT BUILDING

permanent condensed participatory efficiency aesthetic functional

river

VERTICAL STREET | 54

THE FOLD CREATES POTENTIAL FOR A RAINWATER RAINWATER REUSAL SYSTEM

vs.

temporary open obervational enjoyable

SITE “GAP TOOTH” CONDITION

REUSAL SYSTEM THAT FEED BACK INTO THE NATURAL CAN VENTILATION

HEATING LINES

RIVER

NATURAL STACK VENTILATION THROUGH THE FOLD REDUCES THE ENERGY USE TO HEAT AND

COOL THE BUILDING - SOLUTION FOR A TYPICAL HEATING AND PLUMBING

river ROWHOUSE VENTILATION PROBLEM

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01

Design

VERTICAL STREET

Facade Design

3r FRONT FACADE

N-S SECTION

NORTH FACADE

The evolution from a conceptual solution to a set of detail drawings

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scale: 1/8” = 1’

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

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8

9

SOUTH FACADE

rd FLOOR

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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MESH FACADE

2nd FLOOR

Flooring (Slab) Polyethylene sheet Insulation Vapor barrier Separation layer of synthetic geotextile Concrete Forged steel decking Copper mesh cladding Fireproof steel framing Metal support clip Mesh clip Steel cap Pile cap Gravel Earth Double layer of low iron glass Aluminum intermediate channel Glass railing for staircase Lighting Welded joint that is bolted down Exterior wall 12 Foam insulation Reinforced concrete wall Foam insulation Concrete slab of basement

EZZANINE

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1st FLOOR

ECH ROOM

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E-W SECTION

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Flooring (Slab) Polyethylene sheet Insulation Vapor barrier Separation layer of synthetic geotextile Concrete Forged steel decking Copper mesh cladding Fireproof steel framing Metal support clip Mesh clip Steel cap Pile cap Gravel Earth Double layer of low iron glass Aluminum intermediate channel Glass railing for staircase Lighting Welded joint that is bolted down Exterior wall Foam insulation Reinforced concrete wall Foam insulation Concrete slab of basement

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VERTICAL STREET |

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STRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT


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02

Design

DOCK+ Farmer’s Market | Ithaca, NY Design Studio Fall 2012 | Semester 5 Prof. Henry Richardson

The plan is responsive to a design need to create an infrastructural public at the intersection of several means of transporation: a river, a railroad track, and a street suffering from heavy traffic. At this intersection lies the potential for an urban renewal project that can create a public gathering hub in the most efficient and opportune location. The framework can stand on its own during the first phase, as its monumentality would incite interest in the Inlet area, which is severely underdeveloped. During Phase II, the built form and program such as a dock reception center, hotel, and shops, can be erected as demanded.

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POPULATION DENSITY IN ITHACA COMMONS / INLET


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STRUCTURAL FRAME - PHASE I

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03

Design

This Museum on the water’s edge in Binghamton was inspired by Serling’s the twilight zone and notions of disorientation, liminality, and bridging states. a choreographed wander on hanging walkways hovering above a reflecting pool. The reflection is not only performative, but occurs in section and at all stages of design. The museum becomes a “game of twos,” in which all elements have a counterpart.

Museum of the Unexpected Design Studio Fall 2011 | Semester 3 Prof. Vincent Mulcahy

Iterations of structure raised on pilotis with truss supporting hanging walkways


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04

Design

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CORNELL TECH CAMPUS MASTERPLAN

The proposal for a Cornell Tech Campus on New York’s Roosevelt Island is intended to act as a alternate solution to the SOM proposal, accomodating the same square footage parameters and programmatic requirements. The major cornern of the project is to create ease of access through means of public transportation, considering the island’s reduced vehicular use. A connection between the E and F subway lines is proposed through means of an elevated shuttle train that connects the major sectors of the site: Corporate Colocation, Academic Center, Residential Island, and Recreation Center. These areas have been subject to landscape interventions in order to establish a unique typology to each, to be taken into account by the different architects designing each building.

Design Studio Spring 2013 | Semester 6 Prof. Arthur Ovaska


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SUMMARY DESCRIPTION OF THE CAMPUS SUMMARY DESCRIPTION OF THE CAMPUS

With the support of New York City, Cornell University is developing and building Cornell GSF CornellNYC Tech Campus NYC Tech as the world’s leading applied science and engineering campus dedicated to technology and enterprise. The graduate-level academic program is based on a mission to ACADEMIC educate future leaders who spur high-tech businesses in the city.

The two-million-square-foot campus, to be located on the site of the former Goldwater Hospital on Roosevelt Island, will, when complete, house more than 250 full-time faculty members and approximately 2,500 graduate students pursuing a range of degrees from Cornell University and its academic partner Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.

The two-million-square-foot campus, to be HOUSING located on the site of the former Goldwater Hospital on Roosevelt Island, will, when CO-LOCATION complete, CORPORATE house more than 250 full-time faculty members and approximately 2,500 graduate students pursuing a range of CONFERENCE CENTER degrees from Cornell University and its academic partner Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.

Residential Island

CENTRAL UTILITY PLANT

Corporate Co-Location

With the support of New York City, Cornell University is developing and building Cornell NYC Tech as the world’s leading applied science and engineering campus dedicated to technology and enterprise. The graduate-level academic program is based on a mission to educate future leaders who spur high-tech businesses in the city.

Academic Center

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Primary academic and research activities at the campus will generate and attract substantial commercial and entrepreneurial activity, including basic and applied research, corporate co-tenancies, on- and off-site incubator and accelerator programs, student internships, and company projects.

Primary academic and research activities at the campus will generate and attract substantialSubtotal commercial and entrepreneurial activity, including basic and applied research, corporate co-tenancies, on- and off-site incubator and accelerator programs, student internships, and company projects.

Cornell NYC Tech will be the city’s center for the next generation of innovation.

Cornell NYC Tech will be the city’s center for the next generation of innovation.

Recreation / Future E Train Station

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Required I GSF CornellNYCPhase Tech Campus Development

ACADEMIC

200,000

Additional Potential Require Phase I Phase Development Developm

200,000 6

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HOUSING

250,000 - 300,000

CORPORATE CO-LOCATION 100,000

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100,000 2

----CONFERENCE-CENTER

170,000

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CENTRAL UTILITY - - - -PLANT --

5,000 - 20,000

------ 4

Subtotal

425,000 - 490,000

300,000 1

300,000

8

TOTAL: 725,000 -790,000

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04 For illustrative purposes, the hotel For illustrative tower is shown with a purposes, the hotel floor plate of 9,100 SF. tower is shown with a floor plate of 9,100 SF.

CORNELL TECH CAMPUS MASTERPLAN

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Design Building Area 170,000 Area SF Building 170,000 SF

Tech Walk Circulation Tech Walk Pathway Circulation Pathway

PH AS PH E 1 BO ASE UN 1 BO DARY UN DA RY

+/-87’ +/-87’

+/-161’ +/-161’

74’74’

X² X² X³ Typ. X³ Typ.

Campus Datum +74’ Campus Datum +74’

Central Open Space Central Open Space

lk h Wa lk Tec h Wa Tec

X¹ X¹

Scarborough College - Academic For illustrative

Building Area 170,000 SF

Maximum Floor Plate purposes, the hotel tower Floor isisshown with a Size (Base) Maximum Plate floor plate approximately Size (Base) is of 9,100 SF. 21,200 SF approximately 21,200 SF

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ND ARY

Campus Datum +74’

Basic Guidelines Basic Guidelines CEP

1 BOU

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CORNELL NYC TECH CORNELL NYC TECH

74’

+/-161’

Executive Education Center Guidelines Executive Education Center Guidelines l

West

Maximum Floor Plate Size (Base) is approximately 21,200 SF

Loop

Road

L eg end D evelopment P arcel A t G rade S ervice A ccess; E ntrance to below g rade P ark ing P rimary E ntrance Z one D rop- O ff Z one

Basic Guidelines N

Executive Education Center Guidelines

5

CORNELL NYC TECH

Proposed Building Area 250,000 SF Proposed Building Area 250,000 SF

Peabody Terrace - Housing Harvard Tech

Tec

Walk

Residential Residential

Walk

232’

lk h Wa lk h Wa

Tec

X² Typ. X² Typ. X¹ X¹

Central Open Space Central Open Space

232’ 232’

Proposed Building Area 250,000 SF

Tech

Open Space Open Space

PHA SE 1 BOU PHA NDA SE 1 RY BOU NDA RY

No

rth

Typ.

Residential

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lk h Wa

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Tech Walk Circulation Tech Walk Pathway Circulation Pathway

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Central Open Space

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p Roa

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Tec

Open Space

PHAS

E 1 BOUN DARY

Tech Walk Circulation Pathway

L eg end L eg end D evelopment P arcel D evelopment P arcel P rimary E ntrance Z one P rimary E ntrance Z one

N N

L eg end

Basic Guidelines Basic Guidelines

D evelopment P arcel

Residential Guidelines Basic Guidelines Residential Guidelines

P rimary E ntrance Z one

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CORNELL NYC TECH CORNELL NYC TECH

Residential Guidelines

4

CORNELL NYC TECH

Gund Hall - Academic Harvard GSD Allowable Roof Mechanical Zone, to be coordinated with FAB PV canopy

Building Area 150,000 SF

Allowable Roof Mechanical Zone, to Allowable Roof be coordinated with Mechanical Zone, to FABcoordinated PV canopy with be FAB PV canopy

Building Area 150,000 Area SF Building 150,000 SF

Campus Datum +74’

SOM SOMM MASSING ASSINGSSCHEMES CHEMES

X¹ X¹

Corporate Co-Location Corporate Co-Location

74’74’

Campus Datum +74’ Campus Datum +74’ X² X²

SOM MASSING SCHEMES

Tech Walk

74’

Corporate Co-Location

PHA SE

1 BO

Tech Walk Tech Walk

UN DAR Y

Central Open Space

PH AS PH E 1 BO ASE UN 1 BO DARY UN DA RY

h

Tech Tech

Central Open Space Central Open

Walk Walk

Possible PV Canopy Space lk h Wa lk Tec h Wa Tec

Study of campus typology Possible PV Canopy Possible PV Canopy

L eg end

D evelopment P arcel

A t G rade S ervice Z one; E ntrance to below g rade P ark ing

Basic Guidelines

P rimary E ntrance Z one

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Corporate Co-Location Guidelines

Basic Guidelines Basic Guidelines

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Corporate Co-Location Guidelines Corporate Co-Location Guidelines

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evelopment CORNELL NYCDD evelopment TECH PP

arcel arcel A t G rade S ervice Z one; E ntrance P ark ing E ntrance Atot below G radeg S rade ervice Z one; to below g rade P ark ing P rimary E ntrance Z one P rimary E ntrance Z one

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CORNELL NYC TECH CORNELL NYC TECH

Precedent Studies Collage Plans of Ungers and OMA Masterplans


Infrastructure - Shuttle connection between E and F lines

Built Form - Academic, Residential, Corporate, Recreational sectors

Nolli Figure Ground Map 13 | 14


04

Design

CORNELL TECH CAMPUS MASTERPLAN Model Photographs


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05

Analysis

ALL ROADS LEAD TO ROME

- VIA NOMENTANA

Design Studio Fall 2013 | Semester 7 Prof. Giorgio Martocchia

SITE

Natural Boundaries

Via Nomentana is one of the seven consular roads of Rome, radiating out of the historical center, past the Aurelian walls. 20th century expansion occured along the road, creating satellite neighborhoods that add architectural variety


“Piazza� Configuration

Garden City

Satellite Configuration

Neighborhood Identity

Population Density

Infrastructure

Urban Organization 17 | 18


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Analysis

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URBAN FORMS OF PLURALITY - CASE STUDY Arch Theory Fall 2012 | Semester 5 Prof. Neeraj Bhatia

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6

Urban Organization Project Scope and Scale

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PUBLIC FORM

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Berlin as a Green Archipelago vs. Hauptstadt Berlin

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Island Relationship 7

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Island Relationship

Berlin as a Green Archipelago vs. Hauptstadt Berlin

PUBLIC FORM

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Redistributed Islands

Berlin as a Green Archipelago vs. Hauptstadt Berlin

PUBLIC FORM

Urban Density

Urban Density Nolli Map

PUBLIC FORM

Island Relationship

PUBLIC FORM

Project Scope

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Urban Density Nolli Map

PUBLIC FORM

Berlin as a Green Archipelago vs. Hauptstadt Berlin

Form Redistribution 9

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Berlin as a Green Archipelago vs. Hauptstadt Berlin

Berlin as a Green Archipelago vs. Hauptstadt Berlin

Redistributed Islands

Berlin as a Green Archipelago vs. Hauptstadt Berlin

PUBLIC FORM


HAUPTSTADT BERLIN COMPETITION VS. BERLIN AS A GREEN ARCHIPELAGO Alison and Peter Smithson

O. M. Ungers

Analysis of urban reconstruction projects for postwar Berlin through drawing and research paper 12

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13

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Boundaries

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Program Distribution

Soft and Hard Systems

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The Grid

Ministries

City Administration Central Government

Commercial City

Chinese Wall of Offices and Wholesale Houses

Berlin as a Green Archipelago vs. Hauptstadt Berlin

PUBLIC FORM

Boundaries

Berlin as a Green Archipelago vs. Hauptstadt Berlin

PUBLIC FORM

Soft / Hard Systems 13

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Berlin as a Green Archipelago vs. Hauptstadt Berlin

PUBLIC FORM

Soft and Hard Systems

Program 15

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Urban Grid

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The Grid

Program Distribution

Berlin as a Green Archipelago vs. Hauptstadt Berlin

PUBLIC FORM

Ministries

City Administration Central Government

Commercial City

Chinese Wall of Offices and Wholesale Houses

PUBLIC FORM

Berlin as a Green Archipelago vs. Hauptstadt Berlin

PUBLIC FORM

Berlin as a Green Archipelago vs. Hauptstadt Berlin

PUBLIC FORM

Berlin as a Green Archipelago vs. Hauptstadt Berlin

E-W SECTION

Berlin as a Green Archipelago vs. Hauptstadt Berlin

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Fabrication

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STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS III Spring 2013 | Semester 6 Prof. Mark Cruvellier


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Fabrication

| STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS III Spring 2013 | Semester 6 Prof. Mark Cruvellier

Arena Stage, Washington D.C. - Bing Thom Architects The Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater is a revival of a cultural institution overlooking the Potomac waterfront, with the design intent of encasing,preserving, and showcasing the historically significant existing theaters.

The model aims to recreate the structural systems of a built project


The Theater SolDEring ProcESS - ThE TruSS

caSTing ProcESS - craDlE

Casting Process

SolDEring SolDEring ProcESS ProcESS - ThE T- ruSS ThE TruSS

The Truss

wooDwork - columnS

The Facade

Soldering Method connEcTionS - ToP anD boTTom PinS wooDwork - columnS

Woodwork and Pin Connection Assembly

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MAIN ENTRY

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Nassau County Family & Matrimonial Court Complex

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TC-3 2”X2” BAGUETTE TERRACOTTA AT 6” O.C.

AL-1 6 MM ALUMINIUM

PG.

25

N & S FACADE

5

COMPOSITE METAL

AL-2

Nassau County Family & Matrimonial Court Complex

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TC-5 2”X2” BAGUETTE 6” O.C.

CW-1 CURTAINWALL SYSTEM

TERRACOTTA AT

AL-2

AL-2

E & W FACADE

9

VS-1 CURTAINWALL SYSTEM

TC-5

TC-4

TERRACOTTA FINS

- 1 1.4” INSULATED

SB

BRACKET

CURTAINWALL SYSTEM

SHADOW BOX IN CURTAINWALL SYSTEM

AL-2

SB

SHADOW BOX IN

SHADOW BOX IN

CURTAINWALL SYSTEM

CW-1

CURTAINWALL SYSTEM

CURTAINWALL SYSTEM

- 1” INSULATED

TC-4

TC-3

FRAME

SB

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STEEL BRACKET

WITH STAINLESS STEEL

GLASS IN ALUMINUM

Nassau County Family & Matrimonial Court Complex

PG.

FINS WITH STAINLESS

AL-2

SB

SHADOW BOX IN

SOUTH ENTRANCE

13

VERTICAL TERRACOTTA

GLASS IN ALUMINIUM FRAME

AL-2

TC-4 2 1/2” X 7” VERTICAL

10

TC-4 2 1/2” X 7”

TC-2

- 1” INSULATED

Nassau County Family & Matrimonial Court Complex

GLASS IN ALUMINIUM FRAME

VS-1

CW-1

SB

CURTAINWALL SYSTEM

AL-2 1/8” THICK

PG.

27

CW-1

AL-2 1/8” THICK

CURTAINWALL SYSTEM

- 1” INSULATED

- 1”

INSULATED GLASS IN

CW-1

CW-1

TC-2

SB

RIGIDIZED ALUMINUM

GLASS IN ALUMINIUM

CW-1

ALUMINIUM FRAME

SHEET METAL

FRAME

RIGIDIZED ALUMINUM SHEET METAL ON

2”

AL-2 1/8” THICK

AL-2 1/8” THICK

RIGIDIZED

25

AL-2

METAL

AL-2

AL-1

FACE CONCRETE

TC-2 300 MM PLAIN

SF-2 TC-2

TERRACOTTA TILE

AL-2 1/8” THICK

FRAME

RIGIDIZED ALUMINUM

CW-1

SHEET METAL

AL-2 1/8” THICK

TERRACOTTA TILE

SHEET METAL

SF-2

RIGIDIZED ALUMINUM

AL-2

AL-2

EC EXPOSED SMOOTH

EC

TC-2 300 MM PLAIN

RIGIDIZED ALUMINUM

ALUMINUM SHEET

SB

- 1” INSULATED

GLASS IN ALUMINIUM

CW-1

CW-1

THICK INSULATION

PG.

CURTAINWALL SYSTEM

PG.

SHEET METAL

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STOREFRONT SYSTEM

- 1” INSULATED

AL-2

GLASS IN ALUMINUM

SF-2 TC-2

FRAME

TC-2 300 MM PLAIN TERRACOTTA TILE

TC-2

TC-2

TC-2 300 MM PLAIN TER-

SF-2

RACOTTA TILE

PG.

25

PG.

26

TYP. BAY

MAIN ENTRY

CORNER BAY

AL-1 6 MM ALUMINUM

OUTER BAY

SF-2 - 1” INSULATED

GLASS IN ALUMINUM FRAME

3

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MATERIAL MATRIX

Nassau County Family & Matrimonial Court Complex

4

7

MATERIAL MATRIX

Nassau County Family & Matrimonial Court Complex

CENTER BAY

AXONOMETRIC DETAILS

STOREFRONT SYSTEM

COMPOSITE METAL

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11

MATERIAL MATRIX

Nassau County Family & Matrimonial Court Complex

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SOUTH ENTRANCE

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MATERIAL MATRIX

Nassau County Family & Matrimonial Court Complex

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MAIN ENTRY

Perkins Eastman

SOUTH ENTRANCE

Work Experience

Summer 2013 New York City office StudioLeader | Nick Leahy DETAIL AT CORNER AND BRIDGE CONNECTION SEE A-511, 512, 513 FOR DETAILS

INTERIOR COURTYARD

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Nassau County Family & Matrimonial Court Complex

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DETAIL AT FACE OF GLASS SEE A-347 FOR DETAILS

AXONOMETRIC DETAILS

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Nassau County Family & Matrimonial Court Complex

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Courthouse Design Task | 3D Model, Draft, and Design a Book for contractor

MATERIAL PALETTE

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P.

P.

3-4 P.

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20 P.

P.

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Strategy | Kit-of-Parts technique, breaking facade and building systems down into components

P.

AXONOMETRIC DETAILS

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CONTENTS

N

PC

15-16

8 P.

P.

11 P.

7

12 P.

P.

7 P.

P.8

11 P.

EXISTING PRECAST

PC

PC

CONCRETE

CANOPY UNDERSIDE

FIXED WINDOW

12 PC

EXISTING PRECAST CONCRETE

W

P.

N

- 1”

FIXED WINDOW

INSULATED GLASS IN

CANOPY ROOF

W - 1”

INSULATED GLASS IN

ALUMINUM FRAME

ALUMINUM FRAME

W

EW

SB

EXTERIOR INSULATION

EW EXTERIOR INSULATION FINISHING SYSTEM

FINISHING SYSTEM

W

SF-2

EW EW

STOREFRONT SYSTEM

SF-2 - 1”

INSULATED GLASS IN ALUMINUM FRAME

SF-2 W

TYP. BAY

PARTIAL ELEVATION

FOR DETAILS REFER TO A-340

PARTIAL ELEVATION SECTIONAL AXONOMETRIC OF CLADDING SEE A-516, 517, 518 FOR DETAILS

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MATERIAL MATRIX

Nassau County Family & Matrimonial Court Complex

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SECTIONAL AXONOMETRIC OF CANOPY STRUCTURE SEE A-516, 517, 518 FOR DETAILS

AXONOMETRIC DETAILS

OUTER BAY

CORNER BAY

FOR DETAILS REFER TO A-343

FOR DETAILS REFER TO A-342

CENTER BAY FOR DETAILS REFER TO A-342

MAIN ENTRY

Nassau County Family & Matrimonial Court Complex

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AXONOMETRIC DETAILS

Nassau County Family & Matrimonial Court Complex

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AXONOMETRIC DETAILS

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MARIA RUXANDRA STANCIU

mrs332@cornell.edu


Portfolio 2013