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FALL 2007 FIRST YEAR STUDIO

SUSPENSION CABLE PAVILION

SPRING 2008 FIRST YEAR STUDIO

HISTORICAL TECHNOLOGIES STUDY

FALL 2008 SECOND YEAR STUDIO

A NEW VERTICAL RESIDENCE

SPRING 2009 SECOND YEAR STUDIO

NEUTRA INDEXICALITY

SPRING 2009 SECOND YEAR COMPETITION

HISTORICAL STUDY COMPETITION

SPRING 2009 SECOND YEAR STUDIO

PRADA

SUMMER 2009 SUMMER FABRICATION STUDIO

SWELL

FALL 2009 THIRD YEAR STUDIO

ZUCCOTTIE PARK HYBRID

FALL 2009 HIGHER AFFECT STUDIO

CHEMICALLY INDUCED

SPRING 2010 BARCELONA STUDIO

FOID BARCELONA

SUMMER 2010 EMERGENT

CONTENTS

KAOHSIUNG MARITIME AND POP CENTER


FALL 2007 FIRST YEAR STUDIO

SUSPENSION CABLE PAVILION THIS PROJECT WAS A RESULT OF RESEARCH ON EXTREME CABLE TENSION STRUCTURES. THE TWO ASYMMETRIC CANTILEVERED WINGS SUSPEND AGGRESSIVELY OVER THE SPACE, CREATING A MASSIVE OPEN SPACE BELOW DEFINED BY THE ARTICULATION OF THE UNDERBELLY OF THE SUSPENDED COMPONENTS. THE UNDERBELLY IS CHARACTERIZED BY AN AGGREGATION OF A DENSE GRID ARRANGEMENT AND A TINTED TRANSPARENT COMPONENT ALLOWING FOR THE PENETRATION OF BUFFERED LIGHT WHICH IS THEN FILTERED THROUGH THE GRID. WHEN UNDER THE WINGS YOU ARE ABLE TO EXPERIENCE THE AFFECTUAL AND PRACTICAL CONDITIONS OF THE DESIGN SYNTHESIZED AS ONE. THE HAND DRAWINGS AND PHYSICAL MODEL SHOW THE POSSIBILITY OF CREATING SEMICOMPLEX GEOMETRIES USING TECHNIQUES NOT RELIANT ON DIGITAL COMPUTATION.


SPRING 2008 FIRST YEAR STUDIO

HISTORICAL TECHNOLOGIES STUDY THIS STUDY FOCUSED ON TENSILE AND MAST SUPPORTED MEMBRANE STRUCTURES AND THEIR CAPABILITIES TO PRODUCE COMPLEX GEOMETRY IN THE ORIGINAL DESIGN BY LE CORBUSIER. OTHER AREAS OF INTEREST INCLUDED THE TECHNOLOGIES THAT WERE EXPLORED IN THE INTERIOR OF THE PAVILION TO CREATE A MULTI MEDIA AFFECTUAL SPECTACLE. THE INTERIOR SPECTACLE INTENDED TO SHOWCASE THE ADVANCEMENT OF POSTWAR TECHNOLOGIES IN MEDIA THROUGH ARCHITECTURE. THE STRESSED INTEREST ON THE CREATION OF THE INTERIOR ATMOSPHERE ALLOWS THE DESIGN TO TOUCH ON NEW IDEAS OF THE TIME, FORMING THE BASIS OF CONTEMPORARY INTERESTS SUCH AS INTERIOR ATMOSPHERE, SPECTACLE, AND THE INCORPORATION OF MEDIA IN ARCHITECTURE. THESE HAND DRAWINGS WERE AN EXPLORATION INTO THE TECHNIQUES USED TO CONVEY THE COMPLEX GEOMETRY OF THE PAVILION USING TRADITIONAL DRAFTING AND GEOMETRIC PRINCIPALS. THE USE OF DIGITAL SOFTWARE WAS INTENTIONALLY AVOIDED IN ORDER TO GAIN A DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF THE GEOMETRY. THE PHYSICAL MODEL WAS A COMPONENT STUDY FOCUSED ON THE CABLE TENSION SYSTEM. THE ABILITY FOR THE CABLES TO PRODUCE COMPLEX CURVATURE WITHIN THE PRESTRESSED CONCRETE AND ARTICULATE THE CURVATURE OF THE SURFACE CAN BE SEEN IN THE PHYSICAL MODEL.


SPRING 2009 SECOND YEAR COMPETITION

HISTORICAL STUDY COMPETITION STUDY OF F.L.W FALLINGWATER PHYSICAL MODEL SECOND PRIZE THIS COMPETITION WAS A HISTORICAL INVESTIGATION INTO THE INDEXICAL ORGANIZATION AND FORMAL MOVES OF F.L.W. FALLINGWATER. THE FABRICATION OF A PHYSICAL MODEL WAS INTENDED TO UNDERSTAND ASPECTS OF THE WORK SUCH AS MATERIALITY, TECTONICS AND SITE RELATIONSHIP. THE PROJECT WAS FIRST MODELED USING DOCUMENTED FIELD MEASUREMENTS IN RHINOCEROS SOFTWARE THEN LASER CUT AND ASSEMBLED. THE INTENT OF THIS PROJECT WAS NOT ONLY TO RECREATE A HISTORICAL MASTERPIECE BUT ALSO TO UNDERSTAND THE COMPLEXITY OF THE PIECE THROUGH ITS DIFFERENT COMPONENT AND PERFORM CONTEMPORARY IMPLEMENTATIONS OF THE CLASSIC ARCHITECTURAL MOVES WITHIN OUR OWN DESIGNS.


FALL 2008 SECOND YEAR STUDIO

A NEW VERTICAL RESIDENCE DERIVED FROM A STUDY OF NEUTRA’S LOVELL HOUSE, THIS PROJECT LOOKED TO UTILIZE NEUTRA’S LANGUAGE AND IMPLEMENT CERTAIN MOVES, PRINCIPALS AND INDEXICAL PROPERTIES INTO A RESIDENTIAL DESIGN. FACTORS SUCH AS STRUCTURE, SITE CONNECTIVITY AND TECTONICS WERE OF EXTREME INTEREST. THE PROJECT WENT THROUGH SEVERAL PHASES INCLUDING A LANGUAGE STUDY MODEL, STRUCTURAL MODEL, MATERIALS STUDY, SKIN MODEL AND THE PRODUCTION OF THE FINAL STUDY. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SKIN AND STRUCTURE WAS A LARGE POINT OF INTEREST WITHIN THE STUDY. MODULATION AND PART TO WHOLE RELATIONSHIPS CREATED BY VARIOUS SKIN/STRUCTURE COMBINATIONS WERE SOUGHT TO BE ACHIEVED IN A VERY SUBTLE MANNER. VOLUMETRIC ORGANIZATION WAS DERIVED FROM PERVIOUS LANGUAGE STUDY MODELS AS WELL AS HAND DRAWN DIAGRAMS.


STRUCTURAL STUDY MODELS EXPLORING THE STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF THE DESIGN. LIGHT STEEL FRAME CONSTRUCTION WOULD BE NECESSARY DUE TO LARGE SLOPE OF EXISTING SITE CONDITIONS. HORIZONTAL TIE BACKS AND DEEP VERTICAL PILES ARE ESSENTIAL TO ENSURE CONNECTIVITY TO THE SITE. SITE EXCAVATION WAS CHOSE AS A METHOD TO NEST THE ARCHITECTURE PRECISELY INTO THE LANDSCAPE CREATING A MORE INTIMATE AND COMPLEX RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE TWO. THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS ILLUSTRATE THIS RELATIONSHIP AND ARTICULATE THE ARRANGEMENT OF VERTICAL SPACES.

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ELEVATION

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SPRING 2009 SECOND YEAR STUDIO

NEUTRA INDEXICALITY THE PROJECT WAS AN IN DEPTH STUDY OF ARCHITECTURAL INDEXICALITY DERIVED FROM THE VOLUMETRIC ORGANIZATION OF RICHARD NEUTRA’S KAUFFMAN HOUSE. CONCEPTS SUCH AS WEAKENING AND VOLUME ROTATION WERE ALSO STUDIED FROM EISENMAN’S GUARDIOLA HOUSE AND IMPLEMENTED IN THE DESIGN. THE CENTRAL VOID SERVES AS THE DATUM FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF THE VOLUMES. PLAN AND SECTIONAL DIAGRAMS SERVED AS THE TOOL TO ORIGINATE ARCHITECTURAL AND VOLUMETRIC MOVES

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WHEN SEVERAL ITERATIONS OF THESE DIAGRAMS WERE IMPLEMENTED, THE PROJECT WAS THEN STUDIED THROUGH SEVERAL THREE DIMENSIONAL STUDY MODELS, STUDYING ISSUES SUCH AS TECTONICS, MATERIALITY, AND SKIN CONDITIONS. THE SITE FOR THE PROJECT WAS DERIVED FROM THE CLASSIC FOUR SQUARE ARRANGEMENT, WITH VARYING LEVELS ALLOWING THE PIECE TO BECOME NESTED WITHIN THE LANDSCAPE. AFFECTUAL PROPERTIES SUCH AS LIGHTING AND OPACITY WERE ALSO EXPLORED WITHIN THE GROUND CONDITION AND WITHIN THE PIECE ITSELF.


DIAGRAM SHOWING THE CENTRAL VOID PENETRATING THROUGH THE VERTICAL AXIS OF THE VOLUME ORGANIZATION. THIS DATUM UTILIZES PRINCIPALS STUDIED FROM ARCHITECTURE OF THE MODERN ERA.

EACH OF THE RED VOLUMES AS MEMBERS OF THE L TYPOLOGY ARE MANIPULATED ON BOTH THEIR VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL AXIS OF ROTATION ORGANIZED AROUND THE CENTRAL VOID.

PLAN DIAGRAM SHOWING THE GRADIENT OF DENSITIES MOVING FROM THE OUTERMOST PROXIMITY INTO THE VOID OF THE CENTRAL CORE.


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SPRING 2009 SECOND YEAR STUDIO

PRADA THIS PROPOSAL FOR THE NEW PRADA STORE LOCATED IN DOWNTOWN HOUSTON, TEXAS WAS AN EXPLORATION OF THE USE OF EXTREME AGGREGATED SURFACES AS A MEANS TO PRODUCE INTENSE THE INTENSE INTERIOR ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS SUITABLE FOR DISPLAYING THE NEW PRADA SPRING 2009 COLLECTION. THE PROJECT WAS STAGED AS AN INVESTIGATION TO FORMULATE TECHNIQUES IN WHICH THESE EXTREME SURFACES COULD BE ACTUALIZED THROUGH A PHYSICAL MODEL. THE MAIN PREMISE OF THE PROJECT WAS TO INVESTIGATE THE POTENTIAL OF THESE EXTREME AND COMPLEX SKINS AND THEIR ACTUALIZATION THROUGH THE FABRICATION OF A PHYSICAL MODEL. THE PROJECT WAS DIGITALLY MODELED AND ARCHITECTURALIZED USING RHINO SOFTWARE. BY MODELING THE CURVATURE OF THE SKIN AND FLATTENING THE SURFACES TO BE LASER CUT, MAXIMUM PRECISION WAS ATTAINED DURING THE FABRICATION. THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE EXTREME ACID LIKE SKIN ALLOWED FOR INTERESTING SOLID/VOID RELATIONSHIPS CREATING COMPLEX INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR CONDITIONS WITHIN THE AGGREGATION.


SUMMER 2009 SUMMER FABRICATION STUDIO

SWELL PROJECT FEATURED ON SUCKERPUNCH PROJECT FEATURED ON THEOREMAS PROFESSOR: GABRIEL ESQUIVEL

.

DESIGN TEAM: MITCH ROCHELEAU, RYAN COLLIER, NICK GIGNAC, MATT RICHARDSON, TODD CHRISTENSEN, JEREMY HARPER, CHRIS GASSAWAY.

“LIFE IS NOTHING BUT INSTABILITY AND DISEQUILIBRIUM... A SWELLING TUMULT CONTINUOUSLY ON THE VERGE OF EXPLOSION.” ~ GEORGES BATAILLE “SWELL” EMERGED FROM THE POSTURE OF PRESENTING AN ARGUMENT GENERATED FROM ARCHITECTURE ITSELF. IS IT POSSIBLE TO TALK ABOUT ARCHITECTURE FROM ITS OWN DISCOURSE? THIS PROJECT FITS WITHIN THE CONTINUUM OF ARCHITECTURE THROUGH REFERENCES FROM WORKS OF THE CLASSICS TO EARLY MODERNISTS. A SIGNIFICANT PART OF THE RESEARCH REVOLVED AROUND THE DISCUSSION OF CLASSICAL ORNAMENTATION: A LAYER OF ARCHITECTURALIZATION THAT WAS PERHAPS BEST ARTICULATED BY THE EARLY MODERNIST LOUIS SULLIVAN AS SEEN IN HIS INTRICATE, HIGHLY ARTICULATED GUARANTY BANK CORNER TO CORNICE DETAILING. NOT UNLIKE THE BAROQUE, THERE IS A SENSE OF LEVITATION AND ANTICIPATION

– A FEELING THAT THE SWELL CONDITION WILL EITHER A) CAUSE THE ENTIRE BEAM TO

ULTIMATELY INVADE THE FLOOR AND SPREAD AS A VISCOUS FLUID, OR B) EXPLODE UNDER THE PRESSURE OF THE AFOREMENTIONED SYSTEMS. IRONICALLY, ALTHOUGH THE SWELL CONDITION CREATES THE ILLUSION OF WEIGHT, THE PROJECT IS

- BECAUSE OF GEOMETRY, CASTELLATION, AND MATERIAL STUDIES - QUITE

THE OPPOSITE. FURTHERMORE, THE FORM CAN BE UNDERSTOOD AS AN EXAGGERATED MOMENT DIAGRAM, AS IF THE WEIGHT OF THE INTERIOR IS CAUSING DEFORMATION ABOUT THE MIDDLE OF BEAM. THIS PROJECT ADDRESSES A CLASSIC ARCHITECTURAL PROBLEM OF THE COLUMN/BEAM OR MORE LITERALLY THE CORNER/ BEAM CONDITION, A SWELLING CONDITION IN THIS CASE. THE SPACE INCLUDES A LOGIC OF ORNAMENTATION THROUGH AGGREGATION OF APERTURES AND VOIDS ABOUT THE SURFACE. TO THE BENEFIT OF THE WHOLE, TWO SUBSERVIENT (SUBMISSIVE) SYSTEMS WORK CONCURRENTLY, INTERDEPENDENTLY TO ERECT AN AFFECT OF SWELL. ARGUABLY, THE ONE SYSTEM WITHOUT THE OTHER WOULD BE BEAUTIFUL, BUT WITHOUT ANY SENSE OF ABJECTION. ABJECT THEN IS THE STATE IN WHICH THE OBJECT BEGINS MERGING WITH THE SUBJECT, LITERALLY DISSOLVING THE BOUNDARY BETWEEN THE TWO; THE ABJECT REPLACES THE OBJECT. AS THE TWO SYSTEMS INVADE THE OTHER AND CREATE SUCH INTERACTION, THE COMPOSITE CONDITION BEGINS TO SWELL UNDER PRESSURES, LITERALLY RIPPING THE SURFACE: APERTURES GRAZE THE SURFACE WHERE THERE WERE NONE. THE MICRO CONDITION OF THE POROUS APPEARS TAUT VIA STRETCHING OF CERTAIN GEOMETRIES, ULTIMATELY ACHIEVING A HIGH POROSITY THE SWELLING TURNING INTO POCHÉ. THIS POCHÉ IS THE CONDITION OF THE SURFACE AGAINST THE SOFTBODIES, A SYSTEM BEGINNING TO DISTEND: AN INFINITE CLEAVAGE, A CONDITION OF INVADED INTERSTITIAL SPACES. THE INTERSTITIAL SPACE, IMPLIED OR CONTAINED IS INTERPRETED AS A SUPPRESSION OF THE PARADOX OF PHYSICS AND METAPHYSICS OF SPACE THAT AIMS FOR AN ARGUMENT OF DESIRE, OR THAT OF THE SEDUCTIVE VOID. THE VOID THEN CAN ASSUME VARIOUS SHAPES/RELATIONS. THE QUESTION IS WHETHER OR NOT THE VOID IS UNDERSTOOD AS A CONDITION OF INTERIORITY OR EXTERIORITY. OUR SUBJECTIVE AFFILIATION TO THE PROJECT COULD BE EXPLAINED AS THE CLASSIC REPRESSION EXERCISED BY THE SUPEREGO, EXPOSING ANOTHER WAY TO LOOK AT IT IN TERMS OF THE “OTHER,” IN WHICH OTHERNESS IS PRESENT WITHIN THE SUBJECT: A CONDITION OF ABJECTION. “THE INTERIORITY OF EXTERIORITY IS NOT UNDERSTOOD UNTIL THE INTERNALIZATION OF ABSOLUTE ALTERITY DISRUPTS THE SELF CONSCIOUS SUBJECT BY REVEALING THE PRESENCE/ABSENCE OF AN UNCONSCIOUSNESS THAT CAN NEVER FULLY ENTER CONSCIOUSNESS”. SINCE THE OUTSIDE IS ALWAYS INSIDE, THE SELF IS, IN SOME SENSE, FOREVER OUTSIDE ITSELF. THE SEDUCTIVE “WITHIN” IS NOT MERELY A NEED THAT CAN BE FILLED BY THE POSSESSION OF AN OBJECT: THE DISCOURSE OF THE OTHER SIGNIFIES AN INSATIABLE DESIRE. “SWELLING” IS PRESENTED AS A DISRUPTIVE CONDITION THAT ARGUES EMOTIONAL POSSIBILITIES, FROM ITS SENSUAL AND OMINOUS ORNAMENTATION TO QUESTIONS WHETHER IT IS PSYCHO SEXUAL, AN EXPLOSION, OR SIMPLY A DISRUPTION OF THE CONDITION OF THE SURFACE? LIFE IS NOTHING BUT INSTABILITY AND DISEQUILIBRIUM... A SWELLING TUMULT CONTINUOUSLY ON THE VERGE OF EXPLOSION.”


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FALL 2009 THIRD YEAR STUDIO

ZUCCOTTIE PARK HYBRID THIS PROJECT DISCUSSES SEVERAL ISSUES INCLUDING; THE IMPLEMENTATION OF URBAN PUBIC SPACE, HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL RELATIONSHIPS, SOLID VOID RELATIONSHIPS, AND ADAPTIVE VOIDAL RELATIONSHIPS AS A SERIES OF PROGRAMMING LINEAGES. THE PROJECT IS A SKYWALK OVER ZUCCOTTI PARK IN NEW YORK. IT DISCUSSES THE POSSIBILITY OF A HOMOGENEOUS SOLID/VOID NATURE BETWEEN A CIRCULATING PUBLIC SPACE (FORMAL VOID) AND PROGRAMMABLE FLOOR PLATES

(SOLID

MECHANISM).

IT EXPERIMENTS WITH INHIBITING

THE CURRENT STRUCTURES WITH THE FORMAL VOID SUGGESTING ISSUES OF CROSS PROGRAMING AND THE FORMULATION OF POCKETS OF LOBBY SPACES. THE PROJECT CONFRONTS THE CLASSIC ISSUE OF HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL RELATIONSHIPS IN THE MOST EXTREME WAY. A LARGE TOPIC OF INTEREST

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ORTHOGONAL MEISIAN BOX AND FLOOR PLATE ARRANGEMENT AND TRIMMING EXCESS FORM AWAY AS A WAY TO FORMULATE A NEW SECTIONLIKE EXTERIOR CONDITION. A CONCEPT THAT WAS DEVELOPED THROUGH A SERIES OF COMPILING SECTION DRAWINGS FROM COMPLEX GEOMETRY.

3D PRINT OF INTERIOR VOID


DIAGRAM SHOWING THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE TWO SYSTEMS, THE FIGURAL MESH AND THE REGULARIZED BOX. THE GREEN SHOWS THE DIFFERENCE OF THE INTERSECTION BETWEEN THE TWO

SHOWS THE ISOLATED FIGURAL MESH WITH THE DIFFERENCE OF THE INTERSECTION NOTATED IN GREEN.

DIAGRAM SHOWING THE RESULTING VOID CREATED WITHIN THE FIGURAL MESH DERIVED FROM THE SLICING OF THE EXTERIOR FORM.

DIAGRAM SHOWING THE RESULTING FLOORPLATE ARRANGEMENT NESTED WITHIN THE EXTERIOR OF THE FIGURAL FORM AND THE REGULARIZED BOX.

+ 28.2 m

+ 15.1 m

ONE LIBERTY PLAZA

+ 0.0 m LIBERTY STREET

ZUCCOTTI PARK

CEDAR STREET


FALL 2009 HIGHER AFFECT STUDIO

CHEMICALLY INDUCED LOS ANGELES, CA. REVIEWED BY: GABRIEL ESQUIVEL, MARK GAGE, BRENNAN BUCK, ALEX PINCUS, PAUL PREISSNER, ROLAND SNOOKS AND CODY DAVIS PROJECT FEATURED ON SUCKERPUNCH PROJECT FEATURED ON THEOREMAS THIS PROJECT CONFRONTS THE ISSUE OF THE HIGHLY AFFECTUAL AND THE HIGHLY PERFORMATIVE THROUGH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A VERTICAL AIR PURIFICATION TOWER WITHIN THE URBAN FABRIC OF DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES. IT EXPLORES HOW THE PERFORMATIVE PURIFICATION SYSTEMS WITHIN THE TOWER CAN BE THE PRODUCING AGENT FOR VARIOUS INTERIOR ATMOSPHERIC AFFECTS. BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY IT QUESTIONS THE POSSIBILITY THAT THE TERM “PERFORMATIVE ARCHITECTURE” MAY LEND ITSELF TO A DEEPER DISCUSSION FAR BEYOND THE LITERAL INTERPRETATION. THE PROJECT ASKS THE QUESTION, IS PERHAPS THE MOST “PERFORMATIVE” COMPONENT OF A BUILDING THE ICONIC NATURE AND CULTURAL ATTACHMENT THAT THE INHABITANTS OF THE BUILDING AND SURROUNDING CITY, DEVELOP FOR THE ARCHITECTURE. CAN WE NOW MEASURE “PERFORMANCE” OF A BUILDING BY THE MAGNITUDE OF THE EMOTIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS THAT A BUILDING OR ATMOSPHERE CAN HAVE ON US? CHEMICALLY INDUCED IS A CONTEMPORARY SKYSCRAPER DESIGN FOCUSED ON ADDRESSING THE GROWING CONCERN FOR SMOG CONTROL IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES. THIS NON RESIDENTIAL SKY SCRAPER CONTAINS SIX LARGE EXTERIOR AIR PURIFICATION FILTERS AND FOUR MEMBRANE TANKS. THE INHALATION OF THE POISONOUS GASES IS THE CATALYST FOR THE PRODUCTION OF INTERIOR AFFECT WITHIN THE DESIGN. THE IDEA THAT THE DEADLY CHEMICALS INHALED FROM THE AIR AND PIPED THROUGH THE INTERIOR OF THE SKYSCRAPER POSES AGGRESSIVE NEW IDEAS FOR THE FUTURE OF THE CONVERGENCE OF SUSTAINABILITY AND AFFECTUAL ATMOSPHERES. CHEMICALLY INDUCED ATTEMPTS TO BRIDGE THESE BOUNDARIES ALLOWING ITSELF TO BECOME AN ICON FOR THE AREA AND PROMOTING EFFORTS TO ADDRESS SERIOUS ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES. THE PROJECT WAS DESIGNED USING AUTODESK MAYA, RHINO, AND AUTODESK MAX.


DETAIL RENDERING DIAGRAMING THE MECHANICAL PROCESS WITHIN THE FILTRATION SYSTEM. AFTER THE POLLUTANTS ARE INHALED AND FILTERED THEY ARE CHANNELED INTO INTERIOR PIPELINES WHICH ARE THEN DIRECTED THROUGHOUT THE SKYSCRAPER PRODUCING SPECIFIC AFFECTUAL GASES DEPENDENT ON THE CONCENTRATION AND COMPOSITION OF CHEMICALS PRESENT IN THE AIR. AS THE GASES ARE PUMPED THROUGHOUT THE BUILDING, THE PURIFIED AIR IS CAPTURED IN FOUR LARGE TANK MEMBRANES.


THE SECTION CUT DIAGRAM ILLUSTRATES THE USE OF FLOORPLATE ARRANGE+ 340.00 m

MENT TO ACHIEVE A CENTRAL VOID SIMILAR TO CASE STUDIES FROM JOHN PORTMAN. THIS ARRANGEMENT SERVES AS NOT ONLY AN AFFECTUAL ARCHITECTURAL MOVE BUT ALSO A PERFORMATIVE STRATEGY. THROUGH CENTRALIZING THIS VOIDAL STEM IT WAS POSSIBLE TO CHANNEL THE POLLUTANTS CAPTURED FROM THE ENVIRONMENT BY THE EXTERIOR FILTERING SYSTEM DOWN THROUGH THE INTERIOR OF THE SPACE. BY HYBRIDIZING THE PERFORMATIVE SYSTEMS OF THE

COMMERCIAL/SKY LOUNGE COMMERCIAL AND SKY LOUNGE CONTAINING RESTURANTS OFFICES AND SHOCASE FACILITIES

+ 316.50 m

MACHINE ALLOWING THE PERFORMATIVE TO OPERATE AFFECTUALLY, THIS PROJECT GAINS VALIDITY IN THE DISCUSSION OF FUNCTIONALITY AS WELL AS AFFECT. BELOW DIAGRAMS A TYPICAL FLOORPLATE SHOWING THE GENERATION OF THE CENTRAL VOID THROUGH FLOORPLATE ARTICULATION AS WELL AS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE AIR PURIFYING LUNG SYSTEM AND OCCUPIED FLOOR SPACE.

+ 257.00 m

+ 197.00 m

VOID COLUMN

BASE FLOORPLAN Offices Resturant Research and Development Night Lounge

CENTRAL VOID CREATING THE PORTMAN SECTION ALLOWING FOR CHEMICAL CIRCULATION THROUGH THE ITERIOR OF THE HIGHRISE

+ 150.00 m

+ 90.00 m

TYPICAL FLOORPLATE Mechanical Purification Compartments Air Tanks

+ 41.00 m

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INTERIOR RENDERING SHOWING THE OPERATION OF PERFORMATIVE SYSTEMS BEING UTILIZED TO CREATE EXTRME AFFECTUAL ATMOSPHERS.

ALTERNATE PROTOTYPE

ALTERNATE PROTOTYPE


SPRING 2010 BARCELONA STUDIO

FOID BARCELONA DESIGN TEAM: MITCH ROCHELEAU AND CHRIS GASSAWAY PROJECT PUBLISHED ON SUCKERPUNCH AND EVOLO THROUGH THE COMPILATION OF A SERIES OF HORIZONTAL SECTIONS, EACH CONTAINING AN ORGANIZATION OF PROJECTED VISUAL VECTORS FROM THE CORRESPONDING PERFORATIONS OF EACH FAÇADE, WE WERE ABLE TO DERIVE A PRECISE VOLUMETRIC SPACIAL ORGANIZATION DEPICTING THE MOST VISUALLY DENSE AREAS WITHIN THE BLOCK. FROM THIS POINT ANOTHER ITERATION OF VECTORS WAS PRODUCED WITH THE SAME DIAGRAMMATICAL CONSTRAINTS. THIS NEW DIAGRAM TOOK INTO ACCOUNT THE ORIGINAL SITE AS WELL AS OUR INTERVENTION (OR MOST VISUALLY DENSE AREA) WITHIN THE SITE. THIS NEXT SET OF VECTORS WOULD NOW ALLOW US TO SEE THE MOST VISUALLY DENSE AREAS WITH OUR IMPLEMENTATION IN PLACE. IT WAS DETERMINED THAT THIS NEW DIAGRAM WOULD BE THE GENERATING AGENT FOR VARIOUS IMPLEMENTATIONS OF PUBLIC SPACE AND CIRCULATION PATHWAYS WITHIN THE PROPOSAL. THE POROSITY OF THE EXTERIOR SKIN IS A REACTION TO THE FINAL GENERATED DIAGRAM AND THE DENSITIES DESIGNATED AS PUBLIC SPACE. THE AREAS OF SKIN MOST EXPOSED TO PUBLIC SPACE HAVE THE MAXIMUM POROSITY WITH AN EXPONENTIAL DECREASE IN POROSITY AS EXPOSURE TO THE GENERATED PUBLIC SPACE DECREASES.

THE DIAGRAMATICAL RENDERINGS ABOVE SHOW THE INTERNAL LOGIC OF THE PERFERATION SCHEME BUILT INTO THE SKIN. THE DIFFERENT AREAS OF DENSITY ARE A DIRECT RESPONSE TO THE ORIGIONAL VISUAL DIAGRAMING MAP BASED ON THE ORIGIONAL SITE CONDITIONS. THE RED DIAGRAM (LOWER LEFT) SHOWS THIS SKIN UNFOLDED FURTHUR DIAGRAMING THE ARRAY OF PERFERATION DENSITIES BUILT INTO THE SKIN.

DIAGRAM SHOWING THE UNFOLDED SKIN AND THE VARYING REGIONS OF PERFORATION DENSITIES. THESE REGIONS OF POROSITY DENSITY DIRECTLY CORRESPOND TO THE ORIGINAL VECTOR DIAGRAM DERIVED FROM THE ORIGINAL MAP STUDY.

STRUCTURAL DIAGRAM


SECTIONAL CUT THROUGH MAIN VOLUME OF OFFICE SPACE. THIS

DIAGRAMMATICAL RENDERINGS ADDRESSING THE OPERATION OF THE INTERVENTION AS A WHOLE. THE GHOSTED SITE CONDITION EXPOSES THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE INTERVENTION AND THE PRE-EXISTING STRUCTURES AT THEIR MOMENTS OF CONNECTION.

SHOWS THE INTERIOR PUBLIC SPACE VOID, GROUND PLANE ENTRANCE CONDITION, AND THE ASSEMBLAGE OF FLOOR PLATE LAYERING TO GENERATE AREAS OF DOUBLE HEIGHT SPACE.

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CERTAIN MOMENTS THE FLOORPLATES ARE PULLED AWAY FROM THE INTERIOR OF THE FACADE TO INCREASE INTERIOR NATURAL LIGHTING AND CREATE AN OPEN-AIR ATMOSPHERE WITHIN THE INTERIOR.

3 Meters

6 Meters


PLANS EXTRACTED FROM THE GROUND, FIRST, SECOND, AND THIRD LEVEL. IN ORDER TO MAXIMIZE THE OPEN FLOOR SPACE AND PROGRAMMATIC FLEXIBILITY IN THE OFFICE AND POLYVALENT SPACES, STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS WERE TRANSFERRED TO THE SKIN AND MINIMAL WALLS WERE USED TO ENCLOSE PROGRAMS REQUIRING PRIVACY OR SECURITY (MECHANICAL, LAVATORIES, ADMINISTRATION, AND HALL).

ELEVATIONS TOWARDS THE SOUTH EAST (TOP) AND NORTH WEST (BOTTOM). THESE SHOW THE PROPOSED PUBLIC SPACE ENCOMPASSING THE FOOTPRINT OF THE INTERVENTION AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE BUILDING AND PRE-EXISTING SITE. THE IMPOSED TOPOLOGICAL CONDITIONS OF THE GROUND PLANE DELINEATE CIRCULATION/PUBLIC SPACE AREAS, WHERE AS ELEVATED STRUCTURE AND SURFACE COMPONENTS OPERATE AS THE AGENT OF CIRCULATION AND PUBLIC SPACES.


SUMMER 2010 EMERGENT

KAOHSIUNG MARITIME AND POP CENTER DESIGNER: EMERGENT TOM WISCOMBE, LLC THEATER AND EXHIBITION SPACE BUILDING TYPE: KAOHSIUNG CITY GOVERNMENT CLIENT: TOM WISCOMBE, DAVID TTAMATIS, PAUL MECOMBER, MICHAEL GROSS, DAVE BANTZ, BIN LU, BRENT LUCY, DESIGN TEAM: MITCH ROCHELEAU, TIFFANY LI, LIZ VON HASSELN, KYLE VON HASSELN, OSCAR NINO, ULYSSES CARMONA, HAN-YIN HSU THIS DESIGN IS INTENDED TO RE-INVIGORATE THE PORT OF KAOHSIUNG AS A CULTURAL DESTINATION THROUGH WORLD CLASS PUBLIC ATTRACTIONS, CUTTING EDGE MUSIC INFRASTRUCTURE, GREEN ENERGY TECHNOLOGY, AND LUSH LANDSCAPING. THE DESIGN IS BASED ON CREATING TWO ICONIC BUILDINGS LOCATED AT ANCHOR POINTS ON THE SITE-- ONE LIFTING INTO THE AIR AND THE OTHER EMBEDDED IN THE GROUND. THE ARCHITECTURE IS IMAGINED AS A THICK SKIN WHICH IS SLICED AWAY TO REVEAL DIFFERENT LAYERS AND NESTED VOLUMES. MULTIPLE LAYERS ALLOW FOR A COMPLEX INTERWEAVING OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SPACES, AS OPPOSED TO THAT ALLOWED BY SINGLE-SURFACE MODELS OF ARCHITECTURE. BY GLANCING THE SKIN WITH SUPPLE CUTTING SURFACES, AN EFFECT OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL, FIGURAL TOPOGRAPHY IS ACHIEVED. THIS EFFECT IS SIMULTANEOUSLY GRAPHIC AND SPATIAL. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LAYERS IS EMPHASIZED BY DIFFERENCES IN COLOR, MATERIAL, AND PATTERN. THE OUTERMOST LAYER IS CHARACTERIZED BY THE COLOR AND PATTERN EFFECTS WHICH FOLLOW MULTIPLE CRITERIA AND ARE ULTIMATELY NON-INDEXICAL. POP MUSIC CENTER BY LIFTING PARTIALLY OFF THE GROUND, THE POP MUSIC CENTER CREATES A HUGE SHADED PUBLIC PLAZA UNDERNEATH THE BUILDING. IT ALSO CREATES A PROTECTED SPACE FOR THE 12,000 SEAT PUBLIC AMPHITHEATER, SO THAT EVENTS CAN BE PLANNED YEAR-ROUND AND IN VARIOUS WEATHER CONDITIONS. THE GROUNDED PARTS OF THE BUILDING MASSING ARE LOCATED ALONG THE STREET, BLOCKING THE NOISE PRODUCED BY NIGHT-TIME MUSIC EVENTS; SOUND IS PROJECTED TOWARDS THE OCEAN RATHER THAN TOWARDS THE CITY. THE NINE PERFORMANCE HALLS ARE ORGANIZED INSIDE BUBBLES NESTED BETWEEN SKIN LAYERS. THEY ARE FLUIDLY CONNECTED ON THE INTERIOR BY THE CAVERNOUS SPACES OF THE POP MUSIC EXHIBITION AREA. INSIDE THIS SPACE, VISITORS CAN SEE IMPROMPTU MUSIC EVENTS, GET AUTOGRAPHS FROM POP STARS, SHOP, OR WAIT FOR PERFORMANCES TO BEGIN. THIS SPACE IS RADICALLY FLEXIBLE AND ATMOSPHERIC. TOPOGRAPHICAL CUTS IN THIS SPACE ALLOW FOR DAYLIGHT FROM ABOVE AND BELOW, AS WELL AS VIEWS FROM THE BUILDING DOWN TO AMPHITHEATER EVENTS AND OUT TO SEA. THE LARGE PERFORMANCE HALL IS LOCATED IN THE BIGGEST BUBBLE ON THE EAST END OF THE BUILDING. IT FEATURES 5,000 SEATS, TWO BALCONIES, AND BOXSEATING. WHILE THE AUDITORIUM IS LOCATED INSIDE THE SOFT SHELL OF THE BUILDING MASSING, THE THEATER BACK-OF-HOUSE FUNCTIONS SUCH AS STAGES, WORKSHOPS, DRESSING ROOMS, STORAGE, AND DELIVERY ARE LOCATED IN A BOXY VOLUME DIRECTLY ADJACENT. ALSO LOCATED WITHIN THIS BOXY VOLUME IS THE POP MUSIC INCUBATION CENTER, WITH DIRECT CONNECTION BACK TO THE POP MUSIC EXHIBITION AREA. UPPER LEVELS HOUSE BUILDING ADMINISTRATION FUNCTIONS SUCH AS OFFICES, MEETING ROOMS, AND SECURITY. THE HYBRID MORPHOLOGY OF THE BUILDING ALLOWS FOR EXPANSIVE PUBLIC SPACES AND AN ECONOMIC LAYOUT OF PRIVATE SPACES.


PORT APPROACH

NORTH ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION


MARINE CULTURE EXHIBIT AREA THE MARINE CULTURE EXHIBIT CENTER BUILDING IS LOCATED ACROSS THE HARBOR FROM THE POP MUSIC CENTER. IT IS MERGED WITH THE PASSENGER SERVICE CENTER FUNCTIONS AND INCLUDES A FERRY STOP AND WATER-SIDE ENTRY. IT ALSO INCLUDES COMMERCIAL SPACE AND ONE-THIRD OF THE REQUIRED PARKING FOR THE PROJECT. THE EXHIBITION SPACE INSIDE HAS A FLEXIBLE PLAN ON A SINGLE LEVEL, BROKEN UP BY THREE NESTED OPEN-AIR THEATERS WHICH ARE ACCESSIBLE FROM THE OUTSIDE OF THE BUILDING BUT VISIBLE FROM INSIDE. THESE THEATERS ARE INTENDED TO LINK THE BUILDING BACK TO THE POP MUSIC CENTER, INCITING CASUAL PERFORMANCES AND JAM SESSIONS IN THE PARK. ENERGY AN INTEGRATED ENERGY PLAN IS PROPOSED WHICH NOT ONLY GENERATES ENERGY FOR THE NEW BUILDINGS, BUT ALSO PROVIDES ENERGY BACK TO THE CITY GRID. BUILDINGS AS WELL AS CERTAIN LANDSCAPE ZONES ARE EMBEDDED WITH THIN-FILM SOLAR TECHNOLOGY, WHICH IS VERY COST-EFFECTIVE AND CAN BE PRINTED USING INK-JET TECHNOLOGY ON A VARIETY OF MATERIALS. THIN-FILM SOLAR ALLOWS FOR PATTERN VARIABILITY NOT POSSIBLE WITH TRADITIONAL PHOTOVOLTAIC SOLAR PANELS. PATCHY, INFORMAL PATTERNS OF THIN-FILM SPREAD OUT ACROSS SURFACES IN RELATION TO SUN ANGLES BUT ALSO ACCORDING TO PAINTERLY CONCERNS. IN ADDITION, BIOWAVE TECHNOLOGY IS PROPOSED ON THE SEA BED IN ORDER TO GENERATE ELECTRICITY. THIS IS A TIDAL POWER SYSTEM, WHICH OPERATES BASED ON RANDOM, MULTIDIRECTIONAL MOVEMENTS OF SEA WATER. A NETWORK OF THESE DEVICES WILL BE IMPLANTED UNDERWATER AND SPLICED INTO OVERALL INFRASTRUCTURAL SCHEME OF THE SITE. THE ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS OF THE TWO BUILDINGS WILL UTILIZE THE BUFFERING ACTION OF THEIR MULTILAYER SKIN DESIGN. HEAT WILL BE TRAPPED AND EXHAUSTED BETWEEN THE TWO OUTER SHELLS. VAULTED INTERIORS WILL BE NATURALLY VENTILATED AND NIGHT-FLUSHED, AS WELL AS COOLED WITH RADIANT FLOORS SUPPLIED WITH COLD WATER FROM THE DEEP OCEAN. THEATER INTERIORS AND SUPPORT SPACES WILL HOWEVER BE MORE TIGHTLY CONTROLLED IN TERMS OF TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY, UTILIZING A CONVENTIONAL DISPLACEMENT AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM FOR COMFORT. MARINE CONSTRUCTION THE MEMBRANE AND SHELL CONSTRUCTION OF THE BUILDINGS WILL UTILIZE SAIL AND HULL CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGIES FROM LOCAL INDUSTRY. MATERIALS MAY INCLUDE FIBER-COMPOSITES AND ETFE FOILS DUE TO THEIR LIGHTWEIGHT, FLEXIBLE PROPERTIES AS WELL AS THEIR ROBUSTNESS IN HARSH MARINE ENVIRONMENTS. WHERE POSSIBLE, STRUCTURAL ADHESIVES WILL BE UTILIZED IN ORDER TO AVOID ISSUES OF CORROSION. THE LOCATION OF THE SITE ON WATER WILL FURTHER ALLOW FOR HUGE ELEMENTS OF THE BUILDING TO BE PRODUCED AT SHIP-BUILDING FACTORIES AND DELIVERED BY BARGE. SUCH LARGE SCALE MARINE CONSTRUCTION METHODS WILL TIE THE BUILDING BACK TO THE MARINE TRADITIONS OF THE PORT OF KAOHSIUNG.


EDUCATION

BACHELOR OF ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITAT POLITÈCNICA DE CATALUNYA (UPC) BARCELONA, SPAIN PUBLICATIONS CHEMICALLY INDUCED HIGH-RISE FEATURED IN SUCKERPUNCH SWELL FEATURED IN SUCKERPUNCH ARCHITECTURE AND SEX THROUGH MIT’S ARCHITECTURE MAGAZINE THRESHHOLD PRADA STORE FEATURED IN THEOREMAS FOID FEATURED IN EVOLO AND SUCKERPUNCH

EXPERIENCE EMERGENT ARCHITECTURE- TOM WISCOMBE MEXICO CITY CONFERENCE WITH GABRIEL ESQUIVEL

INTERN AT TREVINO ARCHITECTS

HOLLAWAY CUSTOM HOMES

SKILLS/INTERESTS AUTODESK MAYA ZBRUSH MAGICS

ADOBE INDESIGN

RHINO

ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR

RHINOSCRIPT

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP

AUTODESK REVIT

RAPID PROTOTYPING

AUTODESK AUTOCAD

BLENDER

MICROSOFT OFFICE

RENDERMAN (AQSIS)

MAXWELL RENDER

THEORY

PHILOSOPHY

MEL SCRIPTING

AWARDS/HONORS AWARDED TEXAS A&M MOST OUTSTANDING JUNIOR COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE EDNA BLEVINS AWARD- COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE THE HONOR SOCIETY OF PHI KAPPA PHI

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE REPRESENTATIVE FOR GONFALONIER FRESHMAN CONVOCATION

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF COLLEGIATE SCHOLARS


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