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exploring a multidisciplinary process to design for measurable human interaction. 

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email: mrizaldo@gmail.com phone: 347.558.3757 linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/maryrizaldo UX website: http://www.maryrizaldo.com/ Architecture portfolio: https://issuu.com/maryriz/docs/arch_portfolio_2018

Architecture Drafting: Autocad, Revit, Rhino, Google Sketch Up Graphics: Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign Render: Vray, Handsketching

User Experience Research and Design Research: Usability Testing, User Interviews, Research Synthesis Design: Wireframe, Site Maps, User flows/journey, High-fidelity mock ups Tools: Sketch App, Invision, Principle

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CURTIS + GINSBERG ARCHITECTS • Junior Architectural Designer | June 2015 - January 2018 Contributed in designing sets for sustainable and multi-story affordable housing projects Iterated on plan layouts and exterior elevation from schematic design to construction document phases Drafted construction details for DOB sets • Architectural Intern | June 2014 - January 2015 Surveyed and drafted 60 townhouses in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn for roof and cellar room renovations Organized materials library Drafted within different phases for multiple housing projects

THE CITY COLLEGE OF NEW YORK - SPITZER SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE • Teaching Assistant | August 2013 - June 2014 Assisted 1st year undergraduate student with scope of design projects. Participated as judge for student work presentations

J. TAYLOR DESIGN • Freelance Designer | June 2013 Produced kiosks shop drawings for malls within New York Area.

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GENERAL ASSEMBLY

User Experience Design Immersive | March 2018 - May 2018 UX Design Immersive Certificate of Completion

THE CITY COLLEGE OF NY

Architecture Major | August 2009 - May 2015 Bachelor’s of Architecture - 5 year accredited school of architecture

DAVID WERBER TRAVELING FELLOWSHIP Urban Design Studio | July 2013 A month long design studio in Barcelona, Spain

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City College’s City Works Publication | May 2012, May 2014 James Max Bond Center Newsletter Publication | July 2013


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TABLE OF WORKS professional work

TAXONOMY OF A BROOKLYN NEIGHBORHOOD | pages 4-7 APPROACHING AFFORDABLE HOUSING | pages 8-15 academic work

HARLEM SCHOOL OF THE ARTS | pages 16-25 THE LIGHT COLUMN | pages 26-31 USER EXPERIENCE WORK | www.maryrizaldo.com


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TA X O N O M Y O F A B R O O K LY N N E I G H B O R H O O D Clinton Hill, Brooklyn

Firm: Curtis + Ginsberg Architects Role: Architectural Intern Timeline: 10 months

As an intern, we continued our architectural education by training our hand and eye to recognize and draw space. For 10 months, myself and four other interns have surveyed and drafted townhouse buildings in the Clinton Hill area of Brooklyn. We measured their roofs, boiler rooms, basements, and interior layout and exterior elevations.

The essential goal with the project was to preserve these buildings that give character to the Clinton Hill neighborhood by updating their internal systems and maintaining their external envelope.


05 Impacct Brooklyn

Front Elevation

Side Elevation


06 Professional Work

1124 Fulton Street

218 St. James Place

848 Greene Avenue

53-55 Hancock Street

193 Skillman Avenue

689 Dekalb Avenue

1108-1110 Fulton Street

225 Lefferts Place

460 Lexington Avenue


07 Impacct Brooklyn

1116 Fulton Street

1116 Fulton Street

As an architectural intern, I learned to apply technical skills to understand a building at different scales. We use these skills to identify a building and their systems and kit of parts. We also use these skills to identify the physical characteristics of an urban fabric that are read through the exterior surfaces of each building.

674 Myrtle Avenue

567 Gates Avenue

285 Classon Avenue

753 Dekalb Avenue


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APPROACH ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING New York, New York

Firm: Curtis + Ginsberg Architects Role: Junior Architect Timeline: 3 years 8 months

During my first 3 years working professionally as a junior architect, I learned how to strategized on design solutions at different phases of various affordable housing projects.

facades design–needed for affordable housing. But more importantly, considering the personal identity of a community and neighborhood into the design is just as important.

In all phases I have worked in, I approached each project with the efficiency of repetition–from floor layouts to

Affordable Senior Housing Rendering Bronx, NY


09 Affordable Housing


10 Professional Work

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2956 PARK AVENUE APTS | CURTIS + GINSBERG ARCHITECTS Morris Park lobby rendering Professional Work __________________________________________ Park Avenue Apt is a passive house certified affordable housing located in the Bronx, NY. There are 150 units ranging from studio to 3- bedroom. The building is designed with a highly insulated envelope for sustainable means. Located on a corner lot - with potential for a future redevelopment of the area and a proposed bridge connecting Park Avenue’s cross street that is cut by the Metro North- the building is set back with a temporary street plaza.

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15 Affordable Housing

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TYPE 12A-UFAS KITCHEN ELEVATION B 1/2" = 1'-0"

02/28/17 CONSTRUCTION SET 01/23/17 CONTRACT SET 11/16/16 10/24/16 No. Title:

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1’- 4” X 2’-0” ENERGY RECOVERY VENTILATOR

KITCHENETTES PLAN AND ELEVATION TYPE 10 & 12 AND TYPE 12A (UFAS)

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LIVING/ DINING/ SLEEPING AREA

c 2017 CURTIS + GINSBERG ARCHITECTS LLP

Job No.: GENERAL NOTE: 1. NO FULL KITCHENS SHALL HAVE SMOKE (DROP) ARCH, UNLESS SPECIFICALLY NOTED OTHERWISE. ALL KITCHENETTES SHALL HAVE SMOKE (DROP) ARCHES TILE AND/OR PAINTED GWB SHALL BE CONTINUOUS AND FINISHED BEHIND ALL REMOVABLE CABINETS AND APPLIANCES. 2. PROVIDE CONCEALED CABINET HINGES THAT OPEN 180 DEGREES, AND NO PULLS OR OTHER HARDWARE ON EXPOSED SURFACES. PROVIDE FINGER GROOVES AT UNDERSIDE OF ALL DOORS AND DRAWERS.

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16 Academic Work

HARLEM SCHOOL OF THE ARTS Harlem, New York

Critic: Fabian Llonch

Hidden behind the brutalist brick wall for more than five decades, is an institution essential to the Harlem community; the educational facility that exposes and guides children to the different disciplines of the arts is disconnected from its own Harlem community.

By folding the surface of HSA’s street wall, the school will be more transparent and connected to it’s community. This connection includes the visibility of the award winning central courtyard; it becoming es an integral part of the daily functions of the different artistic disciplines taught at HSA.

Harlem School of the Arts Rendering Harlem, NY


17 Harlem School of the Arts


t wall

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before

existing street wall existing brutalist street wall

proposed street wall

after

proposed street wall


19 Harlem School of the Arts

cross-section through Frederick Douglas Blvd.


20 Academic Work

Theatre

Visual Art

Dance

Music

programmatic layout diagrams


21 Harlem School of the Arts

DRESSING ROOM/ STORAGE ART

DANCE LOUNGE

ART

DANCE THEATRE

ADMIN LOBBY ADMIN

FACULTY LOUNGE

ADMIN

ADJACENT BUILDING

DANCE

ADMIN VESTIBULE

Ground Floor Plan


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MUSIC

ART

MUSIC MUSIC

ART MUSIC

MUSIC BRIDGE

MUSIC

THEATRE MEZZANINE

MUSIC MUSIC

ART

MUSIC

DANCE MEZZANINE

MUSIC

Second Floor Plan


23 Harlem School of the Arts

MUSIC

MUSIC

ART CATWALK

MUSIC ART MUSIC

ADMIN ADMIN

CAFE

MUSIC MULTIPURPOSE ROOM

MUSIC

Third Floor Plan


24 Academic Work

Section through lobby area


25 Harlem School of the Arts

Section through courtyard


26 Academic Work

THE LIGHT COLUMN Harlem, New York

Teammates: Alvin Yang, Vail Nuguid Timeline: 1 month

We were given a project challenge to create a light fixture out of reusable material. Our approach with the project was not only to create a lighting object but environment.

For our project, we chose to reuse plastic bags for its capability to be manipulated into any form. Through a system of weaving, we used plastic bags to create a surface that we manipulated into a column, reflecting the existing space with round columns running through it.


27 The Light Column


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lighting ďŹ

LED light bulb 120 watts

plastic ba

800 bags weav

plastic bag

800 bags weaved

ELEVATION

EXISTING ROUND COLUMN


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SECTION

ELEVATION


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process - weaving the plastic into a surface


31 The Light Column

illuminated light column


M P O R T F O L I O

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