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Selected Works Name_ Oskar Frick B Arch

School of Architecture_ Academy of Art University San Francisco, California

Department Director_ Jennifer Asselstine




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2020 by Oskar Frick


Selected Works

Name_ Oskar Frick B Arch

School of Architecture_ Academy of Art University San Francisco, California

Department Director_ Jennifer Asselstine


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Table of Contents 01 | Visitor Center

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02 | Richmond Yards

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03 | Mission Golf & Fitness

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04 | High “Line“ Art Center

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05 | (Un)Sheltered

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01 | VISITOR CENTER

01 | Visitor Center

Site_ Coyote Hills Regional Park Fremont, CA

Course_ Studio 6: Site Conditions & Building Performance

Instructor_ Lise Barriere, Joseph King

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Coyote Hills Regional Park has a rich and diverse history spanning centuries. Once a seasonal hunting and settlement site for the native Ohlone tribes, the site more recently was also home to a Nike missile base during the Cold War before becoming regional park land. The design concept for the visitor center seeks to educate guests about these two historical uses. The Nike missile launch site is located northwest of the visitors center and the native Ohlone village is situated in the marshlands northeast of the center. These two locations serve as bilateral axes which align the building elements. The native "wing" of the visitors center is dug into the ground, evocative of the tribes' use of the site resources and ecology in a substantive nature, while the Nike "wing" lifts off of the ground and hovers above in a gesture of lightness and flight. 8


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Prevailing Wind

Exterior Louvers & Overhang These minimize solar heat gain during daytime.

Operable Windows They enable natural ventilation.

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Geothermal Energy

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02 | RICHMOND YARDS

02 | Richmond Yards

Site_ Richmond Ferry Terminal Richmond, CA

Course_ Studio 8: Housing and comprehensive Design

Instructor_ Goetz Frank, Bradley Sugarman

Project Team_ Oskar Frick Fabio Lemos

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Richmond Yards is a transit-oriented housing complex located right next to the Richmond Ferry Terminal. The apartment complex is approached through a sustainable perspective by providing both passive and active sustainable strategies. The complex houses 182 units divided into work-live units, studios, 1-3 bedroom units, and townhouses. There is also a hotel situated in the southernmost “Bar� accommodating guests attending events at the world-renowned Craneway pavilion right next to the Ferry Terminal. Richmond Yards features a large public parking garage for daily commuters working in downtown San Francisco. A public plaza hosting coffee shops and small stores is strategically located at the waterfront between the garage and the ferry terminal. 22


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02 | RICHMOND YARDS

Site 500’ x 300’

Extruded 75’

Block carved out to allow daylight and natural ventilation into spaces

Spine added to connect all bars

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Zoning District: PCI (Public,Cultural, Institutional) Min. Lot Size: 10,000 SF Max Height: 45’ Min Setback: Front: Depends on neighboring buildings Side: 5 FT Rear: 15 FT FAR: 1.0 Landscaping: Min. 20% of site Water Table: Aquifier: 10-100 FT Transmissivity: 1,000 - 8,000 GPD/FT Recharge Acre: 400 FT 100-Year Flood: Zone X: Area of Minimal Flood Hazard

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02 | RICHMOND YARDS

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Bike Storage Cafe Switch Room Electrical Room Exhaust Grocery Store Hotel Lobby Janitor Leasing Office Live Work Unit Lobby MEP Package Room Private Parking (Mechanical) Public Parking Retail Staff Room Storage Townhome Trash

Ground Floor Plan

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1 BR 2 BR 3 BR Community Room Daycare Electrical (Switch) Exhaust Janitor MEP Reception Studio Hotel Suite A Hotel Suite B Townhome Trash

4th Floor Plan

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Cross-Ventilation Used in the Single loaded corridor bars to passivly cool the living units. Wind flows from the south face of each bar and circulates to the back of the unit where it exits.

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Storm Water Drainage Roof is sloped to drain the water down into the city

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Summer

Stack-Ventilation Used in the Double Loaded corridor bar to passivly cool the living units. Air flows from the southwest part of the bay into the units and is extracted by an exhaust located in the building corridor.

Winter

Bioswale

Solar

The courtyards in the building have different

The building has been

bioswales to collect and slow down the rainwater

oriented to take as much

within the building.

avantage as possible from the sun.

Foundation piers Richmond’s industrial waterfront is composed of landfill with low structural integrity. Therefore piers are used to hold the structure of the building.

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Mechanical System Single loaded units (27’ -6”) Solar PV-panels

Dedicated Outdoor Air System (DOAS)

Prevailing Wind

Apartment units Utilize natural ventilation for cooling and radiant floor for heating.

Exhaust

Diffuser (Supply) Chilled Beam (Passive)

Heat exchanger

Retail Utilize mechanical cooling and heating

Pump Heat Pump Geothermal pipe

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From Geothermal

Closed Loop

From Building

Closed Loop

Closed Loop

Refrigerant

Heat Exchanger

Heat Pump To Building

Pump

To Geothermal

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02 | RICHMOND YARDS

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03 | MISSION GOLF & FITNESS

03 | Mission Golf & Fitness

Site_ Mission District San Francisco, CA

Course_ Studio 7: Tectonics & Structure

Instructor_ Karen Seong, Eric Reeder

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Mission Golf and Fitness is a state of the art athletic center that provides space for locals to participate in various sports and healthy activities in a downtown setting. The athletic center features a driving range that serves both the public as well as the First Tee chapter of San Francisco. The First Tee is a youth organization that introduces children to the game of golf while also helping them build character and social skills. The driving range is situated in the heart of the property, with netting on all sides, allowing users to watch golf players from unique angles. The golf range acts as a datum from which all programs and design decisions are based on. For example, the diagrid structure is inspired by the cross pattern of the safety net that stops flying golf balls. 38


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Offset for Circulation

Opened up for View

Form Generating

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Range Mat

Visual field from the center stall

Driving Range

Driving Range Alignment

Driving Range Alignment

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Golf Net Diagrid Structure Exterior Mesh Curtainwall Bridge Building Outline

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Security Net

Curtain Wall

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OFFICE

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SPA

LOBBY MEETING ROOM

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ATHLETIC CENTER

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RETAIL

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ATHLETIC CENTER

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GYM DRIVING RANGE

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Section B’B

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04 | HIGH LINE ART CENTER

04 | High Line Art Center

Site_ High Line New York, NY

Course_ Studio 5: Assembly Buildings & Context

Instructor_ Carol Buhrmann

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The High Line Art & Performance Center is situated at the corner of W 26th St. & 10th Ave. The buildings uniquely interact with the High Line by allowing users to access the 350-seat auditorium situated directly above the High Line, through an ADA regulation ramp. The design of the High “Line“ Art & Performance center is inspired by the cubist painting Violin and Glas 1 (1918) by the Spanish artist Juan Gris. The polygon shapes found in that specific painting directly inspired the form and layout of the spaces. The center is active both day and night. During the day, the center dedicates the performance spaces and classrooms to the school of the arts. When the night comes, the center opens up to the public hosting an exhibition space, restaurant, outdoor bar, and an amphitheater. 52


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Violin and Glass I (1918)

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Edges

Juan Gris Oil on Canvas

Rules -Based on a set of polygons derived from “Violin and Glass I� -Model is a representation of the painting in 3D -Pieces are mainly connected by folded planes -The three frames connect and hold the fragmentation of polygons together

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Framing


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Overlapping

Polygons

Layering

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Analytical Site Model The analytical site model is based on the polygons from Violin and Glass I. Polygons are pushed, pulled, and scaled up/down to connect together. The connections between the polygons are lap, dado, and butt joints.

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Information Desk

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Loading Dock

5 Elevator 6

Exhibition Space

7 Cafeteria 8 Restroom

Level 4 + 33’

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Storage/Curatorial Area

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Janitor Closet

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Thorpe’s Office

12 Office 13

Meeting Room

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Staff Restroom

15 Store 16 Egress 17 Amphitheater 12

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19 Restaurant

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Outdoor Public Space

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Main Seating Area

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Outdoor Seating

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Section A

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Section B

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05 | (Un)Sheltered

05 | (Un)Sheltered

Site_ Tenderloin District San Francisco, CA

Course_ Studio 4: Site Culture & Integral Urbanism

Instructor_ Doron Serban, Sameena Sitabkhan

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(Un)Sheltered is a facility that both serves displaced citizens as well as the general public. The center is based on three main issues that displaced citizens face every day; a place to sleep, shower, and do laundry. The structure and design of the center is based on a modular pod system. There are three pod types, one for just sleeping, one for laundry and sleeping, and the largest one is for sleeping, laundry, and showering. There are 125 pods stacked on three levels. The pods are rented by the hour, which makes it a good choice for workers who need to take a nap during the daytime. In contrast, homeless people don’t have to pay to stay there. 68


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Legend 1 Entrance 2

Dining Hall

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Sewing Room

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Medical Center

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Storage Room

7 Office 8 Lounge 9

Combo Pods

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Laundry Pods

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Clothesline for Drying

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Outdoor Seating

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Third Floor Laundry Pods Restroom

Second Floor Combo Pods

Sleeping Pods

Restroom

Ground Floor Combo Pods

Laundry Pods

Restroom Amenities

Entrance

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Combo Pod

Laundry Pod

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Acknowledgements 01_ Mamma, Pappa och Syrran, thank you for the endless support, inspiration, and encouragement to pursue my dreams. 02_ Art U Athletic department and Andrew Moren for recruiting and guiding me to become a successful student-athlete.

03_ Men’s Golf Team: Daniel Cosgrove, Pepe Lopez, Eamonn Coughlin, Dago Esponda, Dat Do, Cody Moore, Gustavo Reyes, Tommaso Vielmo, Eugene Wang, Lawrence Liang, Gabriel Manotoc, Matthew Watkins, Otto Homruen, Lester Lagman, thank you for making me feel at home since day 1.

05_ Jennifer Asselstine, Karen Seong, Mimi Sullivan, Braden Engel, Vahid Sattary, Paul Ademson, Philip Ra, Mini Chu, Goetz Frank, Bradley Sugarman, Lise Barriere, Joseph King, Carol Buhrmann, and all the suporting instructors, thank you for the mentorship and support.

04_ Alma & Klara Thell-Lenntorp, Raul Higuera, Zedric Malmoux, Kenta Oye, Erick Luna, thank you for the support and friendship.

06_ Mary Scott, Scot Crisp, thank guiding and supporting me through the process of designing the portfolio. 79


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Colophon

School_ Academy of Art University

Book Binder_ Blurb

Text Stock_ Proline Uncoated 100#

Course_ Senior Porfolio, Mary Scott

Photography_ Oskar Frick

Font_ Gotham, Book, Medium

Student_ Oskar Frick Oskar.frick95@gmail.com Oskarfrick.com

Cover Stock_ Imagerap, Matte Finish

Software_ InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Lightroom, Revit, Rhino, AutoCad 81




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