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p a t r i c k

D O D S O N

ARCHITECTURE P O R T F O L I O


Table Tab le of Contents 4-7

Piranesium

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Floating Village

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Case Study: National Gallery, Nuuk Greenland

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Living System Wall

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Travel Sketches


P I R A N E S I U M F l o r e n c e ,

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I t a l y

p r o c e s s


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R E N D E R I N G S

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Floating Village

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S e c t i o n

B e n c h

a n d

o f

M a r k e t s

L i g h t i n g

D e t a i l

P a t h w a y

D e t a i l


R E N D E R I N G S


Panoramic Viewing Machine In this study, the national gallery in Nuuk, Greenland was drawn as a panoramic, viewing device. BIG’s circular project becomes an operable machine that can be placed in any landscape.

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Diagram II: Axonemetric Study

Diagram II: Shell and Viewing Study

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Seeing from within the device

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LIVING WALL SYSTEM Constructed with Class Living Systems in Architecture and Egineering. Project features collage with Center of Excellence in Syracuse. Designed and rendered with both architecture and egineering students at Syracuse University. Living wall designed to be placed in site with smog and exhaust; cleans outside air and allows it to be cycled inside.

I. Diagram: Air Flow

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CO2

Air Circulation System

III. Diagram: Exploded Axon of Panel

Module


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Activated Charcoal.

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Rock Wool Insulation Trombe Surface

Perforated Tubing

Wood Frame

IV: Initial Analysis of Living Wall

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CO2

V: Soil and Water

Base

Interior Perspective

Rock Wool

Soil

Waterproof Membrane

Mesh

Cover

Plant

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Michaelangelo’s Prisoners

Villa Gamberaia


Laurentian Library, Florence

Bocconi University, Milan

Villa Rotunda, Vicenza, Italy


p a t r i c k D O D S O N pjdodson@syr.ed Syracuse University Architecture School

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