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MARYKATE KREGE SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE 2019 mkkrege@syr.edu 518.221.9781


TABLE OF CONTENTS

ALTERNATIVE DATUM CONCRETE AND STEEL TRADE SCHOOL SKYTOP QUARRY, SYRACUSE, NY

TRACKING THE DATUM BOSTON VALLEY TERRA COTTA FACILITY SKTOP QUARRY, SYRACUSE, NY

PETIT BRANCH LIBRARY ANNEX WESTCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD, SYRACUSE, NY

INTERSECTING PLANES PROJECTIVE STUDY PRECEDENT ANALYSIS

RED HOOK WATERFRONT MUSEUM AND FERRY TERMINAL RED HOOK, BROOKLYN, NY

FORMAL DEVELOPMENT VARIATION OF 3D OBJECTS DRAWING GEOMETRIC LOGIC AND CONSTRUCTION PROCESS ANALYTICAL DRAWINGS


ALTERNATIVE DATUM Module CONCAVEConcave MODULE

CONCAVE MODULE

Convex Module

STACKED MODULES

Stacked Modules

REFLECTED Reflected View VIEW

View OPENOpen VIEW

Viewing Plane PLANE VIEWING

DATUMDatum LOGICLogic DEVELOPED CONSTRUCT DevelopedINinPROJECTIVE Projective Construct


ALTERNATIVE DATUM MODULES OPERATING Modules Opera�ng Off Of Datum OFF OF DATUM

LANDSCAPE OPERATING Landscape Opera�ng Off OfOF Datum OFF DATUM

DATUM PLANE Datum Plane

A A

BB

Datum Logic IN in Plan DATUM LOGIC PLAN

Between Datum MOVINGMoving BETWEEN DATUM Through Interior THROUGH EXTERIOR

MOVING BETWEEN Moving Between Datum DATUM Through Exterior THROUGH INTERIOR

SECTION Sec�on B

B

Datum Logic in DATUM LOGIC INSec�on SECTION

CONCEPT DIAGRAM Quarry-Side_2019

SECTION Sec�on A A


PARKING

WORK YARD

WORK YARD WORK YARD

WORK YARD

WORK YARD

WORK YARD

WORK YARD

WORK YARD

PARKING

WORK YARD

WORK YARD WORK YARD WORK YARD

PARKING

WORK YARD WORK YARD

ROOF PLAN OBLIQUE

*NOT TO SCALE


OFFICE WORK YARD OFFICE

WORK YARD

BREAK

WORK YARD

ENTRY

OFFICE

OFFICE

CONFERENCE

CLASSROOM

WORK YARD CLASSROOM

WORK YARD

ENTRY

CLASSROOM

WORK YARD

ZOOMED PLAN OBLIQUE

WORK YARD

*NOT TO SCALE


1

2

3

4

5

1

2

+23’-10” +15’-0”

+0’-0”

-20’-0”

SECTION

*NOT TO SCALE Sec�on A 1’= 1/16”

4

5

A

1

B

2

C

3

D

4

E

5

F

+69’-2”

+23’-10” +15’-0”

+7’-0” +0’-0”

+0’-0”

-13’-10” -20’-0”

-20’-0”

SECTION

*NOT TO SCALE

Sec�on C 1’= 1/16”

Sec�on B 1’= 1/16”

SECTIONS

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F

G

H

I

J

G


Datum Levels Upon Entrence

Datum Levels Upon Entrence LANDSCAPE OPERATING AROUND DATUM Landscape Opera�ng Around Datum

Shi�ing Between Main Datum Levels

Shi�ing Between Main Datum Levels SHIFTING BETWEEN MAIN DATUM LEVELS Building and Landscape Opera�ng Around Datum

PERSPECTIVES

Quarry-Side_2019 ARC208: Project 01_MaryKate Krege


TRACKING THE DATUM LANDSCAPE LandscapeOPERATING Opera�ng OFF OF DATUM Off Of Datum PLANE Plane

BUILDING BuildingMODULES Modules OPERATING Opera�ngOFF Off OF Of DATUM TRACK Datum Track

DATUM DatumPLANE Plane

DatumTRACK Track DATUM

DATUM INPlan PLAN DatumLOGIC Logic in

MOVINGBetween BETWEEN DATUM Moving Datum THROUGH INTERIOR Through Interior

BUILDING Building MODULES Modules OPERATING Opera�ng OFF Off OF Of DATUM PLANE

Moving Datum MOVINGBetween BETWEEN DATUM Through Exterior THROUGH EXTERIOR

Datum Plane

DATUM DatumLOGIC LogicIN in SECTION Sec�on

CONCEPT DIAGRAM

Boston Valley Terra Co�a_Manufacturing ARC208: Exercise 02_MaryKate Krege


B

EXTRACTION AREA

EXTRACTION AREA

A

PLAN

*NOT TO SCALE

ZOOMED PLAN OBLIQUE

*NOT TO SCALE


+46’-6”

+26’-4”

+20’-0”

DRYING HIGH-BAY SHED

RECYCLING CLASSROOM

+0’-0”

SECTION A

+49’-6”

+33’-4”

+15’-6”

+0’-0”

-15’-0” -20’-0”

SECTION B

FORM OF EXTRACTION PIT EXPECTED TO CHANGE OVER TIME

FIRING


G

MOVING BETWEEN DATUM THROUGH EXTERIOR

GLAZING

CLASSROOM

*NOT TO SCALE

MOVING BETWEEN DATUM THROUGH INTERIOR RETAINING WALL KEEPING FORM OF EXISTING DATUM MEETING/ CONFERENCE

OFFICES

*NOT TO SCALE


PETIT BRANCH LIBRARY ANNEX

WESTCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD, SYRACUSE, NY


SOUTH ELEVATION

0’ 1’

THIS PROJECT WORKS TO PROVIDE A FUNCTIONAL SPACE FOR THE COMMUNITY OF WESTCOTT THROUGH THE USE OF PLANAR TECTONICS. THESE PLANAR ELEMENTS CAN BE SEEN IN THE SHADING PANELS ON THE SOUTHERN FACADE AND LOAD-BEARING WALLS THAT DRIVE MOVEMENT WITHIN THIS DESIGN THROUGH COMPRESSION AND EXPANSION. 0’ 1’

TRANSVERSE SECTION B

0’ 0’ 1’ 1’

0’0’ 1’1’

5’5’

10’ 10’

5’

10’

5’ 5’

10’ 10’

5’

10’


GROUND FLOOR PLAN

N 0’ 1’

5’

10’


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE 1

11

KEY 7. RESTROOMS 8. SHOP 9. TOOL LIBRARY 10. OFFICE 11. CLASSROOM 2

7 A

REFLECT

5

THE REFLECTIVITY OF THE LOAD-BEARING WALLS ALLOWS THE USER TO EXPERIENCE EXPANSION AFTER EXITING THE COMPRESSED VERTICAL CIRCULATION.

KEY 1. ADULT COLLECTION 2. STAFF AREA 3. CHILDREN’S COLLECTION 4. COMMUNITY SPACE 5. CLASSROOM 1 6. STORAGE 7. RESTROOMS

6

A

4

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE 2


INTERSECTING PLANES PROJECTIVE AXONOMETRIC A

B

C

E

D

C

D

F B G A H

IN THIS PROJECTION, A TECTONIC STRATEGY DEVELOPED FROM THE BARCELONA PAVILION IS USED TO CREATE FRAMED MASSES IN AN ABSTRACT WAY.

F

G

H

E


BARCELONA PAVILION MIES VAN DER ROHE, 1929

THE BARCELONA PAVILION USES LAYERED PLANES OF DIFFERING MATERIAL TO FRAME MASS. THE INTERSECTING PLANES CREATE FRAMES THAT CAPTURE THE VOID WITHIN THEM. THE VOID THEN ACTS AS A MASS.

N

BARCELONA PAVILION, MIES VAN DER ROHE, 1929


ABSTRACTED UNFOLDED ELEVATION WITH PLAN


PERSPECTIVAL FRAMING

MATERIALS SUCH AS GLASS, WATER, MARBLE, AND STEEL HAVE INDIVIDUAL PROPERTIES THAT ALLOW FRAMES TO BE SEEN FROM VARIOUS PERSPECTIVES.

COLUMN AND PLANE CONDITION COLUMN AND PLANE CONDITION

WATER AS A REFLECTIVE PLANE WATER AS A REFLECTIVE PLANE


RED HOOK WATERFRONT MUSEUM AND FERRY TERMINAL

RED HOOK, BROOKLYN, NY


BRONX

LOCATED ON THE WATERFRONT, THIS PROJECT WORKS TO BRING ATTENTION TO THE COMMUNITY OF RED HOOK. THE BUILDING’S CONNECTION TO THE WATERFRONT ALLOWS FOR EASY ACCESS TO THE NYC FERRY.

MANHATTAN

QUEENS

BROOKLYN

STATEN ISLAND

EXISTING FERRY TERMINALS EXISTING NYC FERRY ROUTES EXISTING WATER TAXI ROUTE PROPOSED NYC FERRY ROUTE


THE TAPERED RAMPS ALLOW THE USER TO MOVE THROUGH THE PROJECT IN CONTINUOUS LOOPS SIMILAR TO HOW THEY WOULD MOVE IF THEY WERE GOING UP STAIRS IN A LIGHTHOUSE.

B 1.

14.

9. 7.

4. 8.

OPEN

4.

9.

5. 5.

9.

5.

13.

THIS PARTI DIAGRAM SHOWS THE INSPIRATION FOR CONTINUOUS CONNECTION OF SURFACES.

10.

A

MAIN FLOOR PLAN


THE SLOPED PATHS ARE EMPHASIZED ON THE FACADE BY THE TAPERED WINDOWS, GIVING THE VIEWER INSIGHT TO WHAT LIES INSIDE AS WELL AS THOSE INSIDE VIEWS OF THE SURROUNDING CONTEXT. EAST ELEVATION

SECTION A


FORMAL DEVELOPMENT

STRAIGHT SECTIONS Lo� Between Sec�ons Lo� Between Sec�ons

VARIATIONS OF OBJECTS WERE CREATED BY LOFTING PLANIMETRIC PROFILES EXTRACTED FROM MODELED COLUMNS. TO CREATE VARIATION, THE PLANIMETRIC PROFILES WERE SCALED, ROTATED, AND SHIFTED BEFORE LOFTING.

Lo� Between Rotated and Scaled Sec�ons ROTATED AND Lo� Between Rotated andSCALED Scaled Sec�ons

SECTIONS

SECTIONS Lo�SHIFTED Between Moved Sec�ons Lo� Between Moved Sec�ons

SECTIONS Lo�ROTATED Between Rotated Sec�ons Lo� Between Rotated Sec�ons

Lo� Between Rotated, Moved and Scaled Sec�ons

ROTATED, SHIFTED, SECTIONS Lo� Between Rotated, AND MovedSCALED and Scaled Sec�ons

ROTATED, AND and SCALED Lo� BetweenSHIFTED, Rotated, Moved ScaledSECTIONS Sec�ons

ARC182: Representa�on II

ARC182: Representa�on II Building Facts / Building Fic�ons Building Facts / Building Fic�ons Exercise 02B Exercise Krege 02B MaryKate MaryKate Krege

Lo� Between Rotated, Moved and Scaled Sec�ons


THE USE OF CONTOURING ALLOWS FOR ANALYSIS OF THE SURFACE OF AN OBJECT. EXPERIMENTATION WITH DIRECTION AND DISTANCE BETWEEN THE CONTOURS ALLOWS FOR DIFFERENT VARIATIONS OF REPRESENTATION.

ARC182: Representa�on II

Building Facts / Building Fic�ons Exercise 02D: Contour MaryKate Krege


THIS UNFOLDED DIAGRAM HELPS ONE TO UNDERSTAND THE SURFACE AREA OF THE OBJECT AND SHOWS HOW THE SURFACES WOULD BE SEAMED TOGETHER.


AFTER ANALYZING CONSTRUCTION METHODS, A PHYSICAL MODEL WAS BUILT USING THE UNFOLDING METHOD.

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