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MEGAN SIAH SPRING PORTFOLIO SELECTED2013 WORK CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC STATE UNIVERSITY, SAN LUIS OBISPO

STUDIO PONITZ


TABLE OF CONTENTS:

HAND DRAWINGS- GRAPHITE

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HAND DRAWINGS- MARKER

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DIGITAL FABRICATION- CONSTRUCTED GROUNDS

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WATER+WINE

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COLUMN GRID LAYOUT

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EGRESS CALCULATION

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STAIR DESIGN

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MIND BODY AND WELLNESS CENTER

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MIT IN SINGAPORE

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Ronchamp.

Arch of Titus. David.

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Glass Building Interior.

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MARKER+COLOR PENCI

ARCH 22A: DELINEATION+RENDERING

Residential Site Plan.

Residential Site Plan.

Perspective with Color Pencil.

Community Center Site Plan.

Community Center Site Plan.

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CONSTRUCTED GROUNDS Students were to explore different methods of topography representation, using digital tools to assist in the production of the models. This model was assembled with laser cut chipboard and arranged on a sanded piece of plywood. Contrary to traditional horizontal stacking, a vertically sectioned model has its advantages in representing porosity based on the spacings between each cut. In this instance, spacings were categorized by the “density� of trees, road, grass, and walking pavement. The goal is to represent the grounds as a series of barriers that result in creating space(s) within their natural arrangement.

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WATER+WINE

This is a facility in Paso Robles, CA that harvests and processes two primary regional resources (wine grapes and hot mineral spring water) and invites the public to partake in them for its general well-being.

VITA/THERMA/CULTURE

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er it whethis a necessity of living or a luxury. ModLives consist of using Earth resources, ern day concerns express the urgency of er it is a necessity of living or a luxury. Modreclaiming ern day concerns express the urgency of appreciation for our planet to extend the longevity of our home and the qualreclaiming appreciation for our planet to extend the longevity of our home and quality the of our lives. Visitors of Epoch Estates come ity of our lives. Visitors of Epoch Estates come in the products it has to offer. the to indulge to indulge in the products it has to offer. the facilities serve as a beacon, celebrating the facilities serve as a beacon, celebrating the origins of our resources. It is a reminder of how origins of our resources. It is a reminder how the of carefully grown grapes made it into a the carefully grown grapes made it into a VLQJOH JODVV RIZLQFRQWDLQLQJ QXPHURXVà DVLQJOH JODVV RIZLQFRQWDLQLQJQXPHURXVà Dvors, aromas, and feelings. It is a reminder of vors, aromas, and feelings. It is a reminder of water, rich in materials, has emerged, where water, rich in materials, haswhere emerged, bubbling from the core of Earth. bubbling from the core of Earth. %\ SURFHVV EHLQJ ÀUVW KDQG ZLWQHVVHV RI WKH SURFHVV %\ EHLQJ ÀUVW KDQG ZLWQHVVHV RI WKH visitors gain visitors gain a more rooted appreciation of a more rooted appreciation of WKH ÀQDO SURGXFW DQG WKHUHIRUH D ÀQDO KLJKHU WKH SURGXFW DQG WKHUHIRUH D KLJKHU level f enjoyment. Furthermore, it level is not fsolely enjoyment. Furthermore, it is not solely the visitor’s responsibility to me mindful of our responsibility to me mindful of our the visitor’s grounds, but the building itself should be able grounds, but the building itself should be able to perform thoughtfully and conservatively, to perform thoughtfully and conservatively, becoming an entity of the grounds as well. becoming an entity of the grounds as well.

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SITE PLAN: SITE PLAN: wine axes- parallel to existing York Mountain Building (old) water axes- parallel wine to eastaxesand parallel to existing York Mountain Building (old) water axes- parallel to east and west direction (new) food- parallel to both west direction (new) food- parallel to both wine and water. (buffer)

wine and water. (buffer)

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For each schematic exit arrow (as indicated at left) at the laboratories, which of the For each schematic exit arrow (as indicated at left) at the laboratories, which of the following are acceptable door details? A B C D (Circle as many as apply) following are acceptable door details? A B C D (Circle as many as apply)

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THIRD FLOOR

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code acceptable landing area of refuge for two people inside the stair enclosure code acceptable door swings and clearances for accessible route handrails (indicated in plan and section) with appropriate extensions required by ADA DUE: Tuesday, December 10th, 1:00pm (21-219A) (see diagrams below)

Exercise Three: Stair Design

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