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Table of Contents Thresholds: Design for an Artisan ARCH 155: Design Principles I Lora Kim Spring 2009

Outdoor Market Place

ARCH 245: Architecture Design and Technology I Lora Kim Fall 2009

Hand Drawings

Charcoal Drawings- IDEO Project Pencil Sketches- Gropius House

Bicycle Warehouse

ARCH 467: Studio 3 Techtonic Studies Michael Macphail Fall 2010

One Room School House: Vineyard ARCH 517: Studio 4 Techtonic Studies Susana Pereira Summer 2011

School on Jamaica Pond

ARCH 517: Studio 4 Techtonic Studies Susana Pereira Summer 2011

South End Culinary Arts School

ARCH 567: Studio 5 Comprehensive Design Aaron Weinert Spring 2012

Cinematic Framing: Architecture and Narrative ARCH 956: Studio 8 Thesis Chala Hadimi Spring 2013


Thresholds: Design for an Artisan Spring 2009


Thresholds: Design for an Artisan ARCH 155: Design Principles I Lora Kim Spring 2009

Section A

Project Description: In this project we explored the experience of horizontal and vertical thresholds. We were required to design the entrance way and a staircase for an artisan of our choice and design based on their needs. This was the first project we designed floor plans, sections, and an entire, theoretical building and developed our own designs.

Section B


Second Floor Plan

First Floor Plan


Entrance

Hall view into workspace

View inside work space


View from stairs


Outdoor Market Place Fall 2009


Outdoor Market Place

ARCH 245: Architecture Design and Technology I Lora Kim Fall 2009

Cut Plan

Project Description: For this project we were required to design an outdoor market place in an urban setting. We were given specific programs to include in the design but we needed to consider our surroundings and the interaction of our new design and the location. My concept for this project was to create movements of push and pull of the spaces, roofs, and ground levels.


Hand Drawings

Project Description: These images are charcoal drawings that were preliminary light drawings for our final project of first semester sophomore year. This project was the IDEO office building and it was important to study the way light would enter this narrow space and how the floors could manipulate the light as if filtered from the sides and top of the building.


Project Description: These drawings were done for the summer assignment before sophomore year. The project required us to explore an important work of architecture; my choice was the Gropius House by Walter Gropius. The image on the left is of the private terrace created for his daughter and how he uses color very subtly in the space that he also uses throughout the entire house.

This image shows the architect’s use of shading devices. The overhang has slotted spaces with and slanted planks that help to heat the living room below during the winter and keep it cool in the summer


Bicycle Warehouse Fall 2010


Bicycle Warehouse

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ARCH 467: Studio 3 Techtonic Studies Michael Macphail Fall 2010

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Second Floor Plan Second Floor Plan

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Site Plan 0' 4' 8'

16'

Project Description: This project required an understanding of the varying site conditions of an urban site near Davis Square. The building was to be designed with a unique program requirement for a custom bike company called Geekhouse Bikes. Due to the six foot drop in the landscape, the building must form to the site or the landscape could be manipulated to meet the building’s form. Further, the building site is located along a bike path and I felt it important to bring a connection from the bike path through the building to the street. This connection between street and bike path became an important concept for my building.

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First Floor Plan

First Floor Plan 0' 2' 4'

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Section A A Section

Section Section BB 0' 4' 8'

16'


East Elevation


West Elevation


View From Bike Path

Entrance

Second Floor Hallway


One Room School House: Vineyard Summer 2011


One Room School House: Vineyard ARCH 517: Studio 4 Site and Environment Susana Pereira Summer 2011

Exterior View From Willow Ave


Section B

Project Description: As an initial study this project required one to look at four unique site conditions: a vineyard, a meadow, a woodland, or an orchard. From these four sites I chose to further explore the qualities of the vineyard. The even sloping site gave way to the inspiration of this one room schoolhouse. Using the slope and the height of the vineyard walls I created a space that guided the inhabitants of the school to be directed by the direction of the slope and the changing views one experiences as they look down over the vineyard, up through the vines, or across all the vines in a cross grain movement. The large beams that support the roof further emphasize the pattern of the vines.


Section A

Section B

Section C


Entry Hall

Connection to Library and classroom space

Classroom


School On Jamaica Pond Summer 2011


School On Jamaica Pond

ARCH 517: Studio 4 Site and Environment Susana Pereira Summer 2011

Site Plan


Upper Level

Project Description: This project began by simply observing the site of Jamaica Pond and collaging photographs of areas that interested us. This area of the site was interesting to me because of the unique slopes of the swale that give way to an experience of folding and overlapping planes. These overlapping planes of the landscape are expressed and emphasized in my project through the folding planes of the floor and the ceiling to create new exterior spaces.

Lower Level


Section A

Section B


Section C

Section D


Entry Hall

Outdoor Classroom

Outdoor Classroom


View of school from Jamaica Pond


South End Culinary Arts School Spring 2012


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South End Culinary Arts School

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TEACHING KITCHEN

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MECHANICAL

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BAKE SHOP KITCHEN

SHIPPING AND RECEIVING

RESTAURANT KITHEN

STORAGE

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TEACHING KITCHEN

Fifth Floor Plan

BAKE SHOP

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DEMO. KITCHEN

TEACHING KITCHEN

TEACHING KITCHEN

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UP STORAGE

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CLASSROOM STUDENT LOUNGE

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Fourth Floor Plan

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Fifth Floor

Fifth Floor

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CLASSROOM

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LIBRARY

Third Floor

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Second Floor Plan

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Third Floor

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Floor

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LECTURE HALL

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ADMIN.

MECHANICAL

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STAFF ROOM

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Forth Floor

DIRECTOR’S SUITE

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Located in the South End, across from Blackstone Park, this Culinary Arts project addresses site circulation, local heritage, and material culture. An initial reaction of these site conditions prompted a design acknowledging the interaction of the different materials on site. The reaction to the interaction of materials can be related to the theory of the culinary arts; we first eat with our eyes. The relationship of food to materiality was addressed by using materials to frame views, turn corners and reveal moments of interaction. PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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Third Floor Plan

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WINE ROOM

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MECHANICAL

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STORAGE

TEACHING KITCHEN

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Site Plan

STORAGE

MECHANICAL

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PASTRY KITCHEN

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Ground Floor Plan

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Structure Diagrams

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Megan Fitzgerald Studio V : Comprehensive Design Prof. Aaron Weinert

MECHANICAL

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RESTAURANT


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Section A

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Section B

Section B

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Section A

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Cinematic Framing: Architecture and Narrative Spring 2013


Cinematic Framing: Architecture and Narrative ARCH 956: Studio 8 Thesis Chala Hadimi Spring 2013

Project Description: Borrowing from film architecture can utilize the cinematic device of framing to define space and inform circulation. Framing is expressed as the still image presented to the viewer. It is also a purposefully organized space defined by built forms, landscape, characters and other objects, to orient ones focus. A framed moment allows for the audience to connect to an important instance describing events, depth, movement, time, and emotion.


PARKING

CHANGING ROOMS

WARM ZONE

ENTRY TOWEL PICK UP DN

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HOT ZONE SHIPPING AND RECEIVING STORAGE

CAFE/OPEN LOUNGE

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COLD ZONE

RELAXATION SPACE

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Floor Plan Plan 1/8”=1’


Narrative Section Set 2


Entry

Charcoal: Long

Model: Long


Relaxation Space

Charcoal: Expansive

Model: Expansive


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