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Mir Kohyar Gaskari Architectural Portfolio


Nanotechnology and Energy Research Center of San Diego (NERCSD)

Perspective from Revit 2014 edited in Illustrator Nanotechnology and Energy Research Center of San Diego is a carbon-neutral and energy plus building. The overall form of NERCSD was designed in a manner to respond to its site context and program in every aspect. Utilization of the nanotechnology products and materials were essential factors in achieving the high excellence of environmentally friendly design and at the same time meeting the requirements of the elegant architectural product. Spaces and functions were organized in an L-shape to meet the requirements of user groups and site context. The use of BIM software both in form generation and analytical study, improved and exceeded the schematic design process, such that the use of such advance software became essential. The use of Autodesk Revit Energy Analysis


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Perspective from Revit 2014 edited in Illustrator


Nanotechnology and Energy Research Center of San Diego (NERCSD) Exploded Isometric view from Southeast by Revit 2014


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and other types of analytical software played an import role in the design to maximize the use of daylight in order to achieve inside physical comfort conditions and electricity generation. The NERCSD Multifunctional Nanopanels, were designed according to the findings from the Autodesk Revit Energy Analysis.

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Nanotechnology and Energy Research Center of San Diego (NERCSD)

The nanotechnology is one of the most important factors, as it influences the whole design idea, form and massing of the structure from the earliest steps of design. Nanotechnology pushed the limit of design and provided more creativity and innovation in design. The design of NERCSD was inspired by the part of nanotechnology that will provide efficient renewable energy through the mitigation of carbon emission (GHG emission) from the building.

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Nanotechnology and Energy Research Center of San Diego (NERCSD)

Energy Consumption Energy Generation Potential Net CO2 Green Factor ( Carbon Neutral )

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Multifunctional properties, which could perform a wide range of functions, were key elements in the NERCSD design. NERCSD Multifunctional Nanopanels shaped the skin of building and for that it defined the smart environment for the building. NERCSD Nanopanels were designed in accordance to the comparison study of the Revit Energy Analysis for the south faรงade of the building. These panels generate electricity from sunlight, provide natural light, high performance insulation, high tensile strength (wider span than normal panels), OLED lighting (less GHG emitting lighting system) and smart environments. Nanosensors in the panels are responsive to the physical conditions of both inside and outside environments in order to provide the optimal conditions with the minimum amount of energy. The annual Energy Consumption of NERCSD is 1,200,000 kWh and Renewable Energy Potential is 1,002,599 kWh per year with the

Details by Revit 2014 & AutoCAD edited in Illustrator


Max Renewable Energy Potential Without Nanopanels: PV system ( 5% efficient ): 334,200 kWh/yr PV system (10% efficient): 668, 399 kWh/yr PV system (15% efficient): 1,002,599 kWh/yr

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use of high efficiency photovoltaic system. The design of NERCSD Nanopanels just by increasing the surface area of PV system through the use of Transparent Graphene Solar Cells, increased the annual Renewable Energy Potential by ¼ to 1,253,249 kWh. This increased by itself as compared to the total energy consumption of the building per year that is 1,200,000 kWh, demonstrates that NERCSD is Carbon Neutral and Energy Plus. (This calculation and analysis are based on Autodesk Revit Energy Analysis) In addition, if nanotechnology as its promised can improve and enhance the efficiency of solar cells, NRECSD also can provide the electricity for the neighbor buildings. In 30 years owner/owners of NERCSD will save 2 million dollars just by meeting their own need of energy consumption. Other considerable factors are that the type of solar cells used in the building are cheaper than silicon based solar cells and are more efficient.

Min Renewable Energy Potential With Nanopanels & by NERCSD Design Proposal: PV system 1,253,249 kWh/yr

Upper; Graphene Solar cell, Middle; NanoCarbon Frame, Below; Sun Reflector

NERCSD Multifunctional Smart Nano-panels

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NERCSD Energy Plus & Carbon Neutral

Upper; A atom thick layer Transparent Graphene Solar cell, Below; Boron Nitride Glass

Railling and Sensors Adjustable Graphene Solar Cell with attached sun reflector at bottom Nano Carbon Muscles

Nano Carbon Frame

Upper; Boron Nitride Glass, Below; Transparent OLED

Function: Electricity generation from sun light, Cladding, Insulation, Lighting, Framing, Adaptable shading

Scale: 1/8”= 1’-0”

Renewable Energy Generation: These panels by their design increase the REG by PV system ¼ times more as define in energy analysis by Revit AutoDesk, due to increase of PV surfaces. And also can increase it throughout the graphene solar cell efficiency compare to the regular high efficient silicon cell. Minimum potential of REG for building by these panels is 1,253,248 kwh/yr.

Exploded NanoPanels by Revit 2014 edited in Illustrator

Nanotechnology and Energy Research Center of San Diego (NERCSD)

Energy Use Intensity: 20 kwh/sf/yr Total EUI: 1,200,000 kwh/yr Energy Cost: 54,000 $ /yr EC for 30year: 2,000,000 $


Congresses & Festival Tourism Complex

Master Plan from Revit 2011 & AutoCad rendered in Photoshop


This complex designed to accommodate people for both conventions and recreational activity. This facility offers a unique experience for visitors and users through its organic design of the landscape, which provides variety of leisure along the beach.

Perspective from Revit 2014 edited with Illustrator

Congresses & Festival Tourism Complex

Perspective from Revit 2014 edited with Photoshop


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Fire station II

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Dormitories and restaurant are located on top of appliance bay and are organize in the linear centralized form to minimize the path of travel.

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Fire station II is the new head quarter of the fire department in the city of Famagusta. Sustainability, wide span structure and circulation were the main concern of complex design.

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Top: Rendered in Cloud by Revit 2014 and edited in Photoshop. Bottom South Elevation by AutoCAD edited in Illustrator


Fire station II Top: Rendered in Cloud by Revit 2014 and edited in Photoshop. Bottom East Elevation by AutoCAD edited in Illustrator


Museum of Cyprus

Museum Interior rendered by Revit 2011 edited in Photoshop


Transparency and visual connection played an important role in the design of museum complex. Visual connection with surroundings was essential in the museum design, as well as natural lighting and environmental factors, aside the site context and topography were others influential parameter of the complex design in order to achieving the high excellence of an architectural product. Functions, form and spaces are organized in accordance to the groups of user and the role of each function, in order to meet all needs of both visitors and staffs.

Museum of Cyprus

The museum included three main sections and areas, which are Museum section, Administration building and Recreation facility. The complex is located next to the Wall City (the historic city from the venetian period in North Cyprus).

Perspective by Revit 2011 edited in Illustrator

Entrance rendered by Revit 2011 edited in Photoshop

Courtyard rendered by Revit 2011 edited in Photoshop


It’s an addition to the Smith House by Richard Meier. The winter garden consisted on both open and covered areas for gardening of various vegetation/flowers. It also included a bedroom suite for the gardener. The winter garden’s beautiful architecture and efficient design maintained the great views of the lake from the main residence.

3D drawing from Rhino rendered in Lumion

Winter Garden

3D drawing from Rhino rendered in Lumion

Site Plan, Hand Drawing

3D drawing from Rhino rendered in Lumion


Yantelo

Created by Revit 2013 rendered in cloud & edited with Photoshop

Created by Revit 2013 rendered in cloud & edited with Photoshop Yantalo is a non-profit clinic and accommodation that founded by Dr. luis Vasquez in Yantalo, Peru. Yantelo hosts volunteers from all over the world with different cultures. Thus the Small Gathering Spaces was design within each cluster in order to provide social interaction place for the users of the accommodations or visitors.

Yantalo Housing Clusters and Small Gatherings Master Plan Created by Revit 2013 & AutoCAD, edited with Photoshop


Remodeling and additions to residential buildings are a large part of business for Civil Engineering Design Group. I was involved in preparing conceptual plans and models for several of these projects, including this one. I have also been responsible for preparing the entire designed documents, packing them for permit processing. This includes the architectural plans, as well as electrical mechanical and structural.

Pakzad’s Residence

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Photo edited with Photoshop


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Our firm represented the owners of the Hotel as expert witness in a construction litigation case. Our task required preparation of an “as-built” plan of the hotel. Most of the fields were took place while the building was occupied.

Hotel Heritage

With this project, I became very familiar with field and process that is required to develop “as-built” drawings. I was also exposed to structural system that existed in the 1920’s and how they are different today.

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Prepared design documents and construction details to replace decayed railings for the sky walks within multistory residential building. Also assisted in processing these plans for permitting and construction. This project provided me an opportunity to become familiar with CBC requirements and with process, challenges and complexity that is associated with retrofit projects.

Helms Property Management

Photo edited with Photoshop

Photo edited with Photoshop


Helms Property Management

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The chocolate empire located in one of the Westfield shopping mall in San Diego. Westfield also is the property manger of the unit. This project introduce to our office (CDG) as Renovation and remodeling of a unit from its previous function. My duty for this project as one of my first practical work experience with CDG was the conceptualization and visualization of the design/ new function to the Westfield and our client in order to meet their expectations at first phase of work. Applying the new code requirements to the project was the other phase I involved in.

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Schematice 3D by Rhino

Chocolate Empire Tenant Improvement

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Mir Kohyar Gaskari - Architectural Portfolio