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PORTFOLIO M. Arch I Fall 2017 Max St. Pierre

P. 510 599 1784 E. stpmax@gmail.com


table of contents

siberian train stop

4

interpolation

10

subtraction

16

orthographic projections

20

photographs

24


siberian railway transit stops

self driven project

Expanding upon the base that was taught at UC Berkeley I further dove into architectural exploration by taking on a design competition from beebreeder.net. The project sites are located along the trans-Siberian railway. The project program called for a gathering and waiting space for people, a sales counter, and a place for tourist info to be posted.


siberian railway

above: axonometric renderings below: elevations


Siberian railway

above left: sales counter and storage area behind above right: waiting area below: sections


siberian railway

bathroom

gathering and waiting area

sales and storage area

above: plan left: programmatic layout below: aoxonmetric section


siberian railway

above: train stop in site at Kirkuk, Russia railway station


interpolation

UC Berkeley IN[ARCH] summer program

Using “Subtraction” (p.16) as the precursor to the final project at UC Berkeley [IN]ARCH we were tasked with designing a pavilion to lie in the Barbro Osher Statue Garden at the DeYoung museum in San Francisco to: a) house a Rachel Whithread sculpture titled “Detached” b) serve as an informal gathering space for up to 30 people and c) relieve the current cafe by providing a small kiosk to serve coffee and drinks.


interpolation

above: pavilion model made of museum board below: elevations


interpolation

above: model side view below: sections


interpolation

left: axonometric drawing right: exploded axonometric


interpolation

above: pavilion in site at Barbro Osher Scuplture Garden bottom right: view from gathering space bottom left: view from De Young statue garden


subtraction

UC Berkeley IN[ARCH] summer program

Our introduction to architectural drawing and modeling was through the sole application of subtraction. Given a two dimensional form we had to use subtraction to realize the form in three dimensions. Also given were dimensions of a rectangular prism from which we were to subtract.


subtraction

above: given two dimensional form, a painting by Richard Serra right: from top down worms eye view, axonometric, axonometric below: physical model made of museum board


subtraction A

B A B C D E

C

D

E

above: elevations and sections


subtraction

above: model from side view

above: top detail


subtraction

above: model with void model of some material

above: void model


orthographic projects

UC Berkeley IN[ARCH] summer program

Starting by selecting an everyday object we explored how architectural drawings are produced using hand drawings and three dimensional “projection”. The assignment concluded with abstracting and “tumbling” our object through three dimensional space.


photographs

self driven project

The following photographs were taken in the last year while traveling. Travel has always been held high priority in my life; coupled with that is photography. Exposed to the media in middle school I soon found myself in dark rooms on the weekends developing film and eventually shooting digital photography since 2009.


above: Tur Tuk India: road workers

below: Tur Tuk, India


above: Big Sur, CA

below: Big Sur, CA


above: Shaghai, China: looking to Puxi from Pudong


above: Ha Long Bay, Vietnam


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