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NYLA MOORE

ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO 2019


TABLE OF CONTENTS 01 | 02

TECHNICAL

03 | 04

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

05 | 06

INTERIOR DESIGN

07 | 08

PHYSICAL MODELS

09 | 10

GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS

11 | 12

CONCEPTS

13 | 14

PHOTOGRAPHY

15 | 16

OTHER WORK

17 | 18

ABOUT ME | RESUME


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AUTOCAD My classes at OCC required continual use of AutoCad., SketchUp & LayOut.Projects like these stress the importance of organizing images and information.

TECHNICAL


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D

CONCRETE COLUMN 16"

22'-0"

(33 CONCRETE BLOCKS)

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

D

1

FINISHED GRADE T.F.E. 95'-4"

CONCRETE COLUMN 16"

EAST ELEVATION

E6 A201

B

A

A6 A601 PRE-FINISHED METAL GRAVEL STOP

NORTH ELEVATION

4'-8"

16'-0"

(25 CONCRETE BLOCKS)

4'-8"

T.F.E. 92'-4"

C6

WEST ELEVATION SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

ROOFING SYSTEM: - BALLASTED EPDM ROOF MEMBRANE - 8" TO 4" TAPERED POLYISO INSULATION - VAPOR BARRIER - 'DENS DECK' THERMAL BARRIER - 1-1/2" METAL DECK TOP OF MASONRY ELEV. 122'- 0"

TOP OF STEEL A1

20H8 @ 4'-0" O.C.

8'-8"

ROOFING SYSTEM: - BUR ASPHALT ROOF MEMBRANE - 6" POLYISO INSULATION - VAPOR BARRIER - 'DENS DECK' THERMAL BARRIER - 1-1/2" METAL DECK

A601

CONC. BLOCK

PARTS

TOP OF MASONRY ELEV. 116' - 0"

10 B

1-1/2" PIPE RAIL HAND RAIL

C2

21'-7"

3'-8"

MEZZANINE FLOOR ELEV. 108'-8"

GYPSUM WALL BOARD

2

GLASS SHELF

SERVICE BAY

6

8

8'-8"

CONC. BLOCK SAFETY GLASS

3'-0"

5"

PROJECT:

FINISH GRADE ELEV. 98' - 8"

ARH 121

5'-4"

CONCRETE SLAB 15 MIL PLASTIC VAPOR BARRIER 6" POROUS FILL

4'-3"

6'-8"

CONCRETE SLAB 15 MIL PLASTIC VAPOR BARRIER 6" POROUS FILL

B

12 /18 / 2018

ELEV. 100' - 0"

8"

BLOCK LEDGE

FINISH GRADE ELEV. 97' - 4"

C

DATE:

TOP OF FINISH FLOOR

4"

FINISH FIRST FLOOR ELEV. 100' - 0"

E6

C6

9

4" RUBBER BASE

PROJECT:

1

12" CHANNEL

12" CHANNEL

7'-4"

C

4'-0"

3 GYPSUM WALL BOARD

5

13'-4"

WAITING 10'-0"

1

CLERICAL

(13 BLOCK COURSES)

SUSPENDED AC BD #1 CEILING

3

14'-0"

16'-0"

SUSPENDED AC BD #1 CEILING

22'-0"

WIRE MESH

20H8 @ 4'-0" O.C.

(33 BLOCK COURSES)

JOIST BEARING

SYRACUSE, NY

A601

DESCRIPTION

A6

6

D

FINISHED GRADE ELEV. 96'-4"

A201

A4

4'-8"

FINISHED GRADE ELEV. 96'-4" T.F.E. 92'-4"

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

A601

EIFS COLOR 2

2'-8"

22'-0"

1'-0" C2 A201

B FINISHED 1ST FLOOR 100' - 0"

C.J.

C.J.

SPLIT FACE CMU

C.J.

7'-0"

1'-0"

1'-0"

1'-0"

1'-0"

FINISHED GRADE T.F.E. 92'-4"

EIFS COLOR 1 C.J.

TOP OF MEZZ. FLOOR

ROOF LINE

SCORED CMU

1'-0"

FINISHED GRADE T.F.E. 95'-4"

C.J.

8'-8"

FINISHED 1ST FLOOR 100' - 0"

7'-0"

SPLIT-FACED CMU

8'-8"

10'-0"

7'-4"

FINISHED 1ST FLOOR 100' - 0"

B

(33 CONCRETE BLOCKS)

TOP OF MEZZ. FLOOR

C.J.

1'-0"

6'-0" C.J.

22'-0"

C.J.

T.O.M.

C.J. E

E

3'-4"

(25 CONCRETE BLOCKS)

SCORED CMU

(33 CONCRETE BLOCKS)

E

E

ROOF LINE

4'-0"

T.O.M.

C.J.

C.J.

7'-0"

C.J. 2'-8"

C.J.

T.O.M.

16'-0"

T.O.M.

SPLIT-FACED CMU

PRE-FINISHED PARAPET COPING

E

EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS AND BUILDING SECTION

2

FINISHED 1ST FLOOR 100' - 0"

1/2" E.J.

A

NYLA MOORE

FINISHED GRADE ELEV. 99'-4" T.F.E. 95'-4"

11 5/8"

4

16'-0"

16'-0"

(25 CONCRETE BLOCKS)

FINISHED GRADE ELEV. 99'-4" T.F.E. 95'-4"

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

5

6'-0"

(33 CONCRETE BLOCKS)

22'-0"

FINISHED 1ST FLOOR 100' - 0"

SOUTH ELEVATION

9B

9C

FINISHED 1ST FLOOR 100' - 0"

C.J.

CAR AUDIO LIMITED

1'-0"

1'-0"

1'-0"

CONCRETE COLUMN 16"

FINISHED GRADE ELEV. 96'-4" T.F.E. 92'-4"

C.J.

SPLIT FACED BLOCK

EIFS COLOR 2

4'-0"

1/2 E.J.

EIFS COLOR 1

F

1'-0"

1 A

ROOF LINE

C.J.

1'-3" 4'-0"

10'-0"

C.J.

6'-0"

6'-0" 16'-0"

CJ

(25 CONCRETE BLOCKS)

6'-0"

CJ

EIFS COLOR 2

A

PRE-FINISHED PARAPET COPING

ROOF LINE

SPLIT FACED BLOCK

C.J.

C.J.

SPLIT-FACED CMU

1'-0" 4'-0"

6'-0" (25 CONCRETE BLOCKS)

22'-0"

(33 CONCRETE BLOCKS)

16'-0"

EFIS COLOR 1

FINISHED 1ST FLOOR 100' - 0"

7'-0"

C

C.J.

C.J.

PRE-FINISHED PARAPET COPING

C.J.

1'-0"

B

PRE-FINISHED METAL GRAVEL STOP

SPLIT-FACED CMU C.J. T.O.M.

E2

A

5

A4 A601

PRE-FINISHED METAL GRAVEL STOP

T.O.M.

A201

4

3 A1 A201

A1 A601

(25 CONCRETE BLOCKS)

1

2" FOUNDATION INSULATION

DRAWING:

NJM SCALE

AS NOTED

1'-0"

1'-0"

TOP OF FOOTING ELEV. 94' - 8"

A

E2

A201

1'-0"

TOP OF FOOTING ELEV. 93' - 4"

N A1 A201

N

BUILDING SECTION CUT A-A

A7

KEY PLAN

A201

SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

SHEET NO.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8


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STICKS & PLANES Limited by stick and rectangular planes I had to create a sense of entry and create multiple spaces, This was accomplished by incorporating walls, ceilings, columns & grids/floor patterns.

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN


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CORNER CONDO This design focused on maintaining the character and history of the building while incorporating a contemporary style. This is achieved by the repeated use of archers that mimic the original italinate windows. The repeated use of tile and light white washed brick help tie historic and contemporary together.

INTERIOR DESIGN


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OCC SCULPTURE GARDEN The objective was to create a sculpture garden on the existing Onondaga Community College quad. This design pays homage to the existing rain garden by using shapes to create movement . The planters in which the sculptures are located and the boat-like sitting spaces suggest water.

3-D MODELING


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09

This course focused on learning how to create clear renderings with color. To design anything it is importance to understand the use of color. All projects are composed of color pencil and marker on toned paper.

GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION


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LOFT STUDENT APARTMENT This design of a 2 floor apartment allows plenty of natural light to penetrate the living spaces as well as the study space for an architecture student.


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GEOMETRIC SHAPES The layering and repetition of geametric shapes can create movement, focul points, and an overall sense of order. Both images use squares and rectangles to create a sequence for the eye to follow.

CONCEPTS


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TEXTURE The use of color hues and values can create texture. Texture is accomplished by using different values of red & purple in this painting.


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A-Z PROJECT

Selected subjects a-z and placed against contrasting backgrounds to create interesting imagery. Learned the importance of focul points, colors, and lighting.

PHOTOGRAPHY


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OTHER WORK


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Enoch’s Walk Ministry’s

7

th

Anniversary Dinner Chr is t in e L . M o o r e, S r . Pa st o r

Saturday May 25, 2019 | 5pm - 8pm United Methodist Church 1085 East Genesee st.. $15 | CHILDREN (AGES 5-12) $35 | ADULTS

Pa s t o r J o h n n y H a r r i s

Guest Speaker

ANNIVERSARY SUNDAY SERVICe | Apostle W. mitchell, speaker 4pm | may 26, 2019 | 1909 SOUTH AVE. syracuse, new york

V O T E

V O T E


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E D U C AT I O N May 2019 December 2017

C O U R S E WO R K

TECHNICAL SKILLS

EXPERIENCE 2018 - 2019 September 2018 March 2018 May 2014 June - July 2017 A F F I L I AT I O N S & I N V O LV E M E N T

O n o n d a g a C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e , S y r a c u s e N e w Yo r k Associate in Applied Science, Architectural Technology S y r a c u s e U n i v e r s i t y, S y r a c u s e N e w Yo r k Bachelors of Arts, Political Science Green Building Rating Syrstems

Graphic Communications

BIM Fundamentals

Foundation Design Studio

Drafting Studio - Wood Frame

Kitchen & Bath Design Studio

Sustainability, Design, & the Built Environment

Commercial Construction

Wood Frame Construction

Drafting Studio - Masonry

Architectural Drawing Creation and interpretation of drawings with AutoCAD, creating 3-D digital models in SketchUp, freehand rendering and drafting, dimensioning, and orthographic projections. Modeling Constructing 3-D models to the scale of the project design. Pertinent Knowledge Materials and methods of residential & commercial construction, sustainability, and Green Building Ratings System (LEEDÂŽ). Office Software LayOut, Adobe InDesign and Microsoft programs including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, & Publisher. Onondaga Community College Participant, A r c h i t e c t u r e + I n t e r i o r D e s i g n C l u b , Participant, ARH + IND Portfolio Panel Event Participant, Women in Architecture Networking Event Participant, Trip to Chicago, Illinois

Syracuse University Participant, Study Abroad, Paris France Participant, OnPoint for College, Syracuse, New York Tuition Scholarship Math & Science Grant Student Member, National Kitchen & Bath Association

RESUME


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NYLA MOORE I AM A SYRACUSE, NEW YORKER & I LIKE TO DRAW. DOODLING HAS BEEN A LIFETIME HOBBY WITH AN IMPORTANCE I DID NOT REALIZED UNTIL NOW. AFTER TAKING ART & NON-ART CLASSES, I DEVELOPED A PASSION FOR ART & HUMAN RIGHTS. IN MY UNGRADUATE YEARS, I WAS A POLITICAL SCIENCE MAJOR WITH A HIGH CONCENTRATION IN AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY. AFTER TAKING SOME ARCHITECTURE CLASSES AT ONONDAGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE IT BECAME CLEAR, DESIGNING WAS MEANT FOR ME..

ARCHITECTURE BUILT A GAP BETWEEN BOTH OF MY PASSIONS. I WANT TO DESIGN SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS THAT ENHANCES THE LIVES OF HUMANS IN LOW-INCOME COMMUNITIES AROUND THE WORLD. “Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself. & of his family...” - THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

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