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PAIGEGELDRICH architecture student


TABLE OF CONTENTS YEAR TWO

YEAR FOUR

monumental mast

floating city

center point YEAR ONE

YEAR THREE past and future

timber plaza

The Pennsylvania State University Architecture Program

inbox outbox


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PROFESSOR BOVE AND SABATELLO ARCH 499A FALL 2016 15 WEEKS

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ROME’S URBANSCAPE IS LIKE NOTHING ELSE IN THE WORLD, Adding to it delivers a sizable challenge. in order to smoothly intergrate our design into rome’s urbanscape, we extended a pattern of narrow streets and open piazzas that run along michael angelo’s axis from Corso Vittorio Emanuele to palazzo farnese. We used exsisting context to determine height, width, and degrees of public versus private spaces. All design decisions are made of careful analysis of the surronding context. The streets function as main circulation spaces, while piazzas repersent dynamic opportunities to reconnect with the river.

Level 2 5.50

Level 1 0.00

SECTION A EAST WEST SECTION - WATER RESEARCH CENTER

SECTION G EAST WEST SECTION - TIBER RIVER MUSUEM


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TIMBER PLAZA PROFESSOR GORBY ARCH 332 SPRING 2016 15 WEEKS

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FIRST FLOOR PLAN

DELANCEY STREET

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NORLFOLK STREET

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TTHE TIMBER PLAZA WORKS TO incorporate three important concepts, the flexibility of market and musuem, to ring life and activity to Delancey Street, and to bring the imporance of everyday objects into perspective. The flexibility of musuem and market is of utmost importance. Both spaces are high traffic and high energy. They require the option for maxium changability.

CAFE

PROJECT SPACE

ESSEX STREET

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Secondly, as Delancey is such an active street, it is only natural that the buildings and plazas along it are visually exciting as well. Bringing greenery into Delancey will create that asthetic. BOOKSTORE

OFFICE/ADMIN

COAT CHECK TICKETING

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BROOME STREET C

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Finally, following in Warhol’s footsteps, the Timber Plaza aims to bring into perspective the importance of finding art in everyday items. This particular concept is displayed mainly in the musuem.


WALL SECTION MODEL

FINAL BUILDING MODEL


THE PEOPLES FIREHOUSE used to stand as a beacon to the people Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York. Given the opportunity to breathe life back into this once beloved organization, I designed a project that acknowledges the fateful and charged past, with the new and exciting future. Using materials as the main tool to illustrate this concept, one wing of the firehouse is built in the historic, red brick style. The other wing resembles the shiny new apartment buildings making their home on the bank of the East river. Where the two wings meet, a tall tower rises, illustrating how the past and present styles can collide and knit cohesively into one entity.

PAST AND FUTURE PROFESSOR RUESCAS ARCH 331 FALL 2015 15 WEEKS

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Level 6 80' - 0"

Level 6 80' - 0"

Level 5 60' - 0"

Level 5 60' - 0"

Level 4 40' - 0"

Level 4 40' - 0"

Level 3 20' - 0"

Level 3 20' - 0"

Level 2 10' - 0"

Level 2 10' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

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Level 6 80' - 0"

Level 6 80' - 0"

Level 5 60' - 0"

Level 5 60' - 0"

Level 4 40' - 0"

Level 4 40' - 0"

Level 3 20' - 0"

Level 3 20' - 0"

Level 2 10' - 0"

Level 2 10' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

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CENTER POINT PROFESSOR NAZARIAN ARCH 232 SPRING 2015 10 WEEKS


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SECOND LEVEL

PLAZA LEVEL

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A PLAZA TO BRING TOGETHER A COMMUNITY The addition of a public plaza to the new training simulator and conference center will benefit all involved, professionals, students, and community members alike. The plaza will quickly become the centerpoint for activity within the community, drawing more than professionals into the training simulators and conference center. The community will utilize the space for summer concerts, art fairs, and even farmer’s markets. Interest in student work will skyrocket. Each craft has their own workspaces above the plaza, with classrooms, lockerooms, and storage. Beneath, all five workspaces have accessed to one large shared workspace, viewable from the plaza through a glass structure that doubles as a viewport. The ground level serves mainly for circulation, featuring a truckway, 64 new parking spaces, and elevators that can bring freight directly to the above pods. The location of the building was derived from the existing circulation within the city. The new roadways and walkways were chosen from these axis.


ground entrance

first floor

second floor

MONUMENTAL MAST PROFESSOR CARDOSO-LLACH ARCH 232 FALL 2014 8 WEEKS

A DWELLING FOR A WEAVER Surronded by a breathtaking site in Bald Eagle State Park, Pennsylvania, it was essential to make sure the building was not overshadowed by its beautiful surroundings. The home rises from the water like a mast of a ship, demanding attention from all who can see.


YEARONE


INBOX OUTBOX PROFESSIONAL BRAASCH ARCH 131S SPRING 2014 8 WEEKS


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style project, inbox outbox explores how people use a space give a flexible system. Visitors construct spaces to relax, socialize, study, eat, and perform. The space is delineated by a black L-shaped gridded wall or ‘frame’. the frame varies based on the configurations. The brightly colored cubes can be stacked, rotated, and combined with wedge elements to form chairs, tables, benches, and loungers. They are light and have comfortable hand grips for ease movement and access for a wide range of users. The flexibility of design encourages programmatic experimentation and user engagement in the landscape.


Geldrich Portfolio 2017