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haiti home

new york city technical college prof. gurdak I found myself studying seismic foundations, after the tragedy of the Haiti Earthquake. I decided to take my old beach home project and turn it into a typical home for Haiti. This house has a master bedroom, a guest room or studio, 2 children bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a kitchen, dining room, and living room.

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Rear Elevation Front Elevation Left Elevation Right Elevation


Horizontal Section Two Above: Horizontal Section One Right: Interior Rendering

Horizontal Section Two

Vertical Section

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Interior Renderings of the Loft

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williamsburg loft

new york city technical college prof. king As a way to experiment with the interior deign aspect of Architecture, I worked on a loft. The loft was for 3 roommates and the occasional visitors. I experimented with color and divisions, in order to minimize the use of walls and to avoid obstructing the view the windows would give.

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First Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

garasu restaurant

new york city technical college prof. king After randomly choosing a concept board. I was assign to design a restaurant according to the taste of the client who concept board I had chosen. My client was interested in Japanese

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culture and style and in tainted glass.


Outside Eating Area

Section

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Render Elevations and Interior Rendering

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hong lou club house

new york city technical college prof. king/ prof.gurdak This was a case study of new construction. Hong Lou Club House was made by Mad Office. The renderings were done by me to study how the building was constructed.

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conch shelter

new york city technical college prof. king This project was an abstract conceptual project. The idea was to make a shelter that can be build quickly and be placed any where of your liking. I decided to place the shelter in the beach and was inspired by the conch shell and Calatravas work.

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cobra park

new york city technical college prof. gurdak The concept of this project was to design an attraction for a park that would double as entertainment for kids. This conceptual design would be used as a defining element to the park and allure visitors. At the same time this element would be a shelter from unexpected weather. My inspiration came from a cobra.

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Portfolio 2010