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PAIGE BURKE


Paige Burke Syracuse University School of Architecture e: pjbur100@syr.edu p: 9499221927 ://www.linkedin.com/in/paige-burke-959467118


TABLE OF CONTENTS


URBAN COMMUNITY COMPLEX PRIMORIAL PAVILION FACADE DESIGN BRIDGING THE GAP ASSORTED WORKS


URBAN COMMUNITY COMPLEX


This project deals with the integration two void spaces, the promenade and courtyard, with figure to create an urban compound. The central element is the administrative bar that is the unifying element between the library that lines the street and the compound of arts. First the administrative wall is the stabilizing element for the compound and serves as the catalytic element, creating opportunities for public engagement and community. This building fosters an environment for public growth and activity, learning, and art in the spaces that surround it. Second, the library is a parallel bar to the administrative bar and lines the street and the promenade, presenting itself as a gem to the city and its inhabitants. It has deformed and guides people along the public promenade of knowledge between the administrative bar and the curved library and releases them into the park. On the opposite side of the wall, an introspective artistic enclave wraps itself around the public courtyard, adjacent to the administrative wall. The promenade between the administrative building and library is lined with knowledge. It becomes a display for information for the city of Syracuse where people can post advertisements, invitations, or information for the public to view as they walk by. The library has an open ground floor that consists of open spaces as well as classrooms. To get up to the second and third floors, the stairs are adjacent to the main promenade walkway. On the second and third floors, access to the library is through the wall of bookshelves that adhere to the library’s form. People filtering through the promenade can look up to at the library and see people searching for books as well as get periodic peaks through the walls of bookshelves. The courtyard, accessible through the wall on the ground floor, is formed by the junction of three arts buildings. These buildings have studios, classrooms and a small auditorium and gallery, or in other words, spaces for people to both practice their hobbies or trades, teach or learn, and as spectate and observe. The courtyard also has terraces facing East towards the administrative wall. These terraces can be used in many ways as seating or platforms for performances or displays in the courtyard, like an exterior gallery, plays, musical performances, lectures, the cafe, reading, etc. These terraces provide a place where people can explore, learn, and be immersed and surrounded by the arts and learning. This complex presents itself as a collection of forms that have dictated certain spaces in between. It uses both the building and the void to engage the community in hopes of developing an environment that inspires and triggers public growth and activity through engaging in learning, teaching, speculation, observation, and interaction.


URBAN COMMUNITY COMPLEX


13. 1. Auditorium 2. Restaurant 3. Music/Theater Studios 4. Garden 5. Core 6. Coffee Shop 7. Cafe 8. Computer Cluster/Collaborative Space 9. Classroom 10. Reading Room 11. Open, collaborative spaces 12. Individual Spaces 13. Archive/Storage 14. Offices 15. Meeting Room 16. Gallery

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URBAN COMMUNITY COMPLEX


PRIMORDIAL PAVILION


This project began with an investiagtion of tectonic and sterteotomic modes of deliniating space through precendent analysis, the Winton Guest House by Frank Gehry. The examination of spatial and formal elements in relation to a conceptual stratgey dictates structure, materials, etc. led to a projective study, where the ideas should be iterative and forward-looking. The results of the projective designs manifested themselves into a pavilion. The design of the primordial pavilion is fairly simple; however, the pavilion strongly demonstrates the result of iterative, layered design process.


PRIMORDIAL PAVILION


PAIGE BURKE


PRIMORDIAL PAVILION


FACADE DESIGN


This project focuses on investigation of the interaction between the facade and what is behind it, whether it be program, the floor plates, etc. The initial study began with diagramming the Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies in Chicago, designed by Krueck & Sexton Architects. My design also takes into account the penetration of natural light. To mitigate as much light coming through to protect hypothetical “rare books�, an applied grid to the facade resulted in steel triangles on the facade. These triangles not only serve as shading devices, but also tie together the ground with the top of the facade. To continue with the grid, through the glass in the facade, it is evident that columns add a width to some of the mullions. The columns help separate the facade’s logic down even further.


FACADE DESIGN


FACADE DESIGN


BRIDGING THE GAP


This project focuses on joint spaces, where the artist and the general public can interact, teach, learn, etc. It highlights two towers. One tower is considered a public tower, while the other one is a private tower, and both towers sit on a glass box that occupies the lower two levels. The private tower contains studios, and the public tower contains places where the studio artists can display their work to the public. The studio tower lies on the North side of the site, so the gallery tower naturally blocks Southern light from too strongly pentrating the studios. The gallery has staggered fenestration, which is more frequent in points where circulation is adjacent to the facade. Between the two towers, lie a public indoor garden, an auditorium, a terrace on the roof of the auditorium, and a classroom at the top, all accessible through both towers. Through these mutual shared program spaces, the artist and the public can come together to share, collaborate, teach and learn.


BRIDGING THE GAP Studio Classroom

Studio

Gallery

Gallery

Studio

Studio

Studio

Gallery

Studio

Studio Indoor Garden

Gallery

Studio

Art Store

Cafe

Underground Cafe


BRIDGING THE GAP


ASSORTED WORKS

Projective Section Design Synthesis- Emphasis on Thres Precedent Analysis (Section Emphasis) Saynatsalo Town Hall//Alvar Aalto Sines Center for the Arts//Aires Mateus


shold and Sequence


ASSORTED WORKS Steel angle cap (painted Aluminum) Gravel over roofing felt Rigid insulation on steel deck

Sprayed Insulation Roof purlin Mild steel fascia plate Terazzo finish floor

Horizontal Steel Mullion

8� Louvered ventilators

Concrete floor slab 6’ above grade

Steel bar

Elevation Parti

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Elevation- South 1 : 10

Detail Crown Hall//Ludwig Mies van der Rohe


Utrecht Library Wiel Arets Architects

Window PatternConcrete and glass facade panels

Paige Burke

Utrecht Library Exploded Axon


Lovell Beach House

ASSORTED WORKS Rudolph Schindler

Section- highlighting 3 main thresholds through structure

Exploded Axon- highlighting 3 main thesholds through structure

Concrete Structure +Wooden Joists

Lovell Beach House Exploded Axon

Paige Burke


Project 5A Drawing Impossible Things Paige Burke Professor Louie, Andi Li Arc 182 Spring 2016

Sensation


ASSORTED WORKS R0.1875

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Assignment 2A Paige Burke TA:Andi Li

Kit of Parts and Patent Drawings

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Project 2C: An Assemblage of Views Paige Burke ProfessorLouie, TA: Andi Li Arc 182 Spring 2016


Thank You e: pjbur100@syr.edu p: 9499221927 ://www.linkedin.com/in/paige-burke-959467118

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