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PAUL ADEYINKA ADEJOKUN


THE SUPE R ARCHI TEC TURAL POR TFOLIO


CONTENT VOLUME 1 CHAPTER i:

FORMAL ASSEMBLIES

CHAPTER ii: GO FIGURE CHAPTER iii: WAYS OF LOOKING... CHAPTER iv: ENVELOPES AND ENVIRONMENT CHAPTER v:

DESIGN SYNTHESIS

CHAPTER vi: 2 HOMES IN 1 HOUSE A DISTANT LAND, CREATED THROUGH THE SEARCH OF CONTROL, DISCIPLINE AND POWER....

VOLUME 2 CHAPTER i:

BIG URBAN BUILDINGS

CHAPTER ii: WHAT’S THAT THING? CHAPTER iii: PORTRAITS CHAPTER iv: ...


CHAPTER i:

FORMAL ASSEMBLIES

year:

summer, 2016

instructor:

Anna (Ania) Jaworska

location: nil collaboration: nil

Formal Assemblies is a project that is meant to be an exciting investigation of form development and conceptual thinking from the initial phase of the design process to the final presentation. Through a set of formal operations that focus on combinations of multiple figures. The generation of compositions and figural masses to discover new organizational and spatial potentials is fulfilled by working through a series of steps, requirements and considerations to develop comprehensive proposals.


the plain beginning...

IT ALL STARTED WITH US, PLANES.


SIDE A

SIDE C

TOP VIEW

SECTION A

SECTION A

SECTION B

PLAN 1

NW ISOMETRIC

SECTION A

SECTION B

PLAN 2

NE ISOMETRIC

SECTION B

PLAN 3

SW ISOMETRIC


My assemblage of the extruded 2-D modules allowed most of the linear elements to thrive on their own whilst stacking them at a parallel or 90 degrees angle to form a rigid linear space; but for the curvilinear elements, they are rotated and merged at different angles to form a contrast to the rigid linear space. The graphic assigned to the final composition emphasises the ‘’difference’’ it possesses as a 3-D model—black dot on a white background for the rigid space and a white dot on a black background for the disorganised space.


CHAPTER ii: GO FIGURE year:

SPRING, 2017

instructor:

SARAH DUNN, JULIA CAPOMAGGI

location: chicago, illinois collaboration: nil

The premise that architecture is a discipline founded on conceptual clarity, formal experimentation and precise argumentation is tested. With objectives to advance one’s ability to deliver conceptual consistency across scales and modes of representation to produce architecture. The project is divided into five parts each indebted to the former and each advancing the architectural possibilities of your subsequent results. With new problems arising in every assignment, one is required to transform preceding efforts through iterations. The final goal: conceptual consistency, improved constructive argumentation and Architecture.


the volume anarchy

NOW LET’S GO TO WAR TO FILL OUR BELLY!!


Shift

1-2-3 a million 1/32” = 1’-0”

Total floor Area for Public space

Programmatic distribution

Reallocation

Hierarchy

Specimen 1/32” = 1’-0”

Interior Typology

Site Follows Shift Typology

Cascade

How-to Diagram

Monument Valley 1/32” = 1’-0” Key for Diagram

Children Teen Exhibition Cafe Meet/ Study Open Book Stack Lounge News Paper Entrance/ Lobby Elderly

Program Diagram

Sentient 1/32” = 1’-0”

Circulation Diagram


STAIRS AND SHELVES; INTERIOR FORM; PRIVATE SPACE; FIGURE 1/8” = 1’-0”

1,2many is a design project that has to do with the relationship between its spaces, but more than this relationship, it seeks to understand how spaces evoke certain notion to the occupant. By: The introverted space that turns to one which is extroverted in the Z-axis. Second, the cascading loop that runs on its x-axis eliminating spatial dimensionality.


MONUMENT VALLEY

SECTION 01 1/8” = 1’-0”


CHAPTER iii: WAYS OF LOOKING... year:

FALL, 2016

instructor:

T. KELLY, s. BLANKENBAKER

location: chicago, illinois collaboration: nil

Ways of 'looking across' is a project that has to do with discipline. One creates a set of drawings through a particular 'way of looking', in a way, this could be thought of as an Architectural style. The project is divided into two part. Part 1, ways of looking objectively Part 2, ways of looking subjectively Drawings created through a structured way of looking were to finally describe an architecture with a unique style. i.e they way I looked throughout the project.


the belly of the beast

I PROMISE, I WILL GET US OUT OF HERE


SECTION A,B AND C + PLAN

Ways of seeing across dictates its presence from the series of preceeding drawings. The series of spaces—Architecture—in the drawing are what is seen by a single figure (first person views), which includes spaces that diminish towards the horizon. While diminishing, it unveils new information by the apertures at each partition. This information is revealed only by standing at a specific position. Other position reveals another event; at the end, the architecture unveils information, activities or phenomena as the occur. Note that this “reveal” is due to the activities of the figures themselves or the elements of nature.


ONE EPIC MAZE


CHAPTER iv: ENVELOPES AND ENVR. year:

SPRING, 2017

instructor:

SEAN LALLY

location: chicago, illinois collaboration: SIMIN PAKSIRAT

This project investigates a realm of materiality associated with energy as it pertains to defining and constructing physical boundaries in our built domain. Often oversimplified and divided as either a qualitative ‘effect’ or a preconceived and efficient 'sustainable design', the research address these ‘material energies’ which in themselves are rarely heralded as an opportunity for design innovation with broader spatial and organizational implications in the foreground.


the science experiment


+ Electric Current

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External

Background Light

Background Light

Environment

Background Light

Internal

o2

Environment Green House Gases

Moon Light

sea breeze

co2

Primary Light

Secondary Power Supply

Precipitation

Primary Light

E.M

Secondary Air Velocity

Perspiration respiration

Humidity

HumanBody

Thermal Convection Temperature

Thermal Radiation

HumanBody

Thermal Convection

Thermal Conduction

Architect r u al Sha pe

Water Vapour

Cooling

WATER

Thermal Radiation Thermal Conduction


The proposal: innovation in design at our local - as well as urban and regional - environments is most fruitful not at the level of the structural engineer’s attempts to design better walls, but within the scope of mechanical systems and climatic engineers; here, a broader spectrum of materiality is encompassed when questioning something as fundamental as what constitutes a boundary when organizing activity in architecture.


CHAPTER v: DESIGN SYNTHESIS year:

FALL, 2017

instructor:

ANDREW MODREL

location: 359 North Halsted, Chicago, IL collaboration: NIL


the blackout

HEYYY WHAT HAPPENED?

DID IT WORK?

I,,I DONT KNOW I DONT THINK...

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1.75 acres


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KEY: 21m + 12-18m + BUILDINGS 0-9m + BUILDINGS RIVER NORTH 1 AUTUMN EQUINOX 2 WINTER SOLTICES 1 PRIMARY BREEZE FROM RIVER NORTH AND LAKE 2 PRIMARY NORTH PACIFIC WIND 3 SECONDARY NORTH ATLANTIC WIND OCEAN


a case to study

OTTO WAGNA’S NEUSTIFTGASSE 40: RESIDENTIAL AND Neustiftgasse 40, Vienna,

Zoning PD

Size 112 Residential unit parking unit (7,100sq.m) 6 Floors

Major Spaces living unit, retail spaces

Significance .Among the first of its kind

.This structure designed by Otto Wagna plays a big role in terms of activating the street scape with public spaces in buildings that hold a different function moving higher up its level. strongly defined by store windows and glazed black tiles serves as an invite inwards from the display of the store’s merchandise.

K2 APARTMENTS: RESIDENTIAL 365 N Halsted St, Chicago, IL

Zoning PD 819 II WARD 92

Size 526 Residential unit (40,910.7sq.m) parking unit (25,704sq.m) 37 Floors

Major Spaces living unit, pool, theatre, exercise, business centre, parking, bicycle storage, pet-friendly park.

Significance .Sufficient use of planned development zone with suitable programming

.K2 Luxury Apartments— high rise, eco-friendly apartments for rent in downtown Chicago with studio, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom floor plans & penthouses available

FULTON MARKET: RETAIL AND COMMER1115 W. Fulton Market, Chicago, IL

Zoning C1-1 II WARD

Size 3 Floors (10,45sq.m) 7 Retail shops and 2 Office space

Major Spaces retail shops, office space, roof deck, lobby

Significance Renders an idea for a plausible mixed used building that falls under a planned development scheme

.McCaffrey Interest— Originally home to the city’s bustling wholesale market district, the Fulton Market District has played a key role in making Chicago an economic powerhouse. Today, the West Loop neighborhood is being revitalized to reflect and foster the urban life, culture and energy for which this historic area is known.


Pull up massing for public space

7,000sq.m of retail placed adjacent to public space (7 plate)

Parking integrated between retail and social space for smooth transition (11 plates)

Public space 4 plates

15,000sq.m Residential space placed atop hierarchy. only possible as a result of 10,000sq.m of parking space (16 plates)

Twist to harness natural morning light morphed shape II total floors-27

green social space at south end of building serves as buffer zone against noise from Metra west loop curved facade will serve as billboard to in ward travellers from


a big bang


CHAPTER vi: TWO HOMES IN ONE HOUSE year:

FALL, 2017

instructor:

G. GIBSON, J. CAPOMAGGI

location: SOUTH WORKS, chicago, illINOIS collaboration: NIL

The modern single-family house can be understood as a consumer product with a range of domestic orders and qualities set by prevailing culture or specifically, the needs and desires of the family. As the image of the family has evolved into something more inclusive than the traditional nuclear ideal, it seems appropriate to question the core ideas of what that house should be. Without reverting to known typologies the project will produce novel architecture by considering things often assumed to be outside of the professional conventional work—furnishing.


the new dimension

NIBO NIA WA?


a CURATION


PLAN

RUDIMENTAL The house is developed around the concept of domestic entertainment as a fundamental activity that construct relationships and bond among persons. The setting for the entertainment is constructed by three different stages: an auditorium, the space to view activities, a conversation pit, to encourage verbally interaction; and the stage, as a shared activity that could construct affinities. The central space performs as a plaza, a semipublic space of congregation, not only for the occupants of the house but also open to the neighborhood. The house Is owned by a single person and rented by two others. The domestic life take place into those two almost opposite type of spaces: The entertainment plaza and the intimate room. The enfilade of rooms in each side of the wall of the plaza/ courtyard, are carved niches where one precise activity take place and shapes the space. The niches are habitat for the body where the most basic functions of living take place: bathroom, bedroom, kitchen, meditation, yoga, laundry, are compressed into the walls. Carpets are used as a decorative element to augment the difference, and, in some cases, oneness in spatial quality between each room with a subtle transcendence into painted configuration celebrating a space.


HMMM,, NI BO EBI


a new host

ROOF ASSEMBLY

ROOF ASSEMBLY

1" DOUBLE WALLED P0LYCARBONATE 1" DOUBLE WALLED P0LYCARBONATE SHEET WITH SOLAR RADIATION COATING, SHEET WITH SOLAR RADIATION COATING, WEATHER AT WIDTHS BY WEATHER PROTECTED AT WIDTHSPROTECTED BY ALUMINUM BARS, ABOVE METAL COPING ALUMINUM BARS, ABOVE METAL COPING TO PARAPET WITH WASHERS. FASTENED TO PARAPETFASTENED WITH WASHERS. SHOULD ALSO BE NAILED TO 3"X9" BARS SHOULD ALSO BEBARS NAILED TO 3"X9" WALL PLATE, WALL PLATE, STEEL ANCHORED TO STEEL ANCHORED TO REINFORCED CONCRETEREINFORCED PARAPET. CONCRETE PARAPET. THE POLYCARBONATE SHEET SHOULD BE THE POLYCARBONATE SHEET SHOULD BE SUPPORTED BY BARS EXTRUDED ALUMINUM BARS SUPPORTED BY EXTRUDED ALUMINUM RUNNING PARALLEL AND SUPPORTED BY RUNNING PARALLEL AND SUPPORTED BY ARCHED 5"X11" SECTION GLULAM BEAM, ARCHED 5"X11" SECTION GLULAM BEAM, CONNECTED NUT AND BOLTS TO STEEL CONNECTED BY NUT AND BOLTS TOBY STEEL PLATE BOLTED TO REINFORCED GUSSET PLATE BOLTEDGUSSET TO REINFORCED CONCRETE PARAPET CONCRETE PARAPET

WALL ASSEMBLY

WALL ASSEMBLY

BACKFILLED EARTH SIDED BACKFILLED BY DAMPEARTH SIDED BY DAMP PROOF MEMBRANE BEARING PROOF ONMEMBRANE 4" THICKBEARING ON 4" THICK INSULATION OVER #4 INSULATION CAGE REINFORCED OVER #4 CAGE REINFORCED CONTINUOUS MONOLITHIC CONTINUOUS STRUCTURAL MONOLITHIC STRUCTURAL CONCRETE WALL (CASTCONCRETE IN-SITU), WALL (CAST IN-SITU), WITH CLAY AND POLISHED PLASTERED WITH CLAYPLASTERED AND POLISHED WITH A COAT OF HARDENING WITH OIL A COAT TOPED OF HARDENING OIL TOPED WITH A FINISHED PASTEWITH OF BEESWAX A FINISHED PASTE OF BEESWAX

ASSEMBLY I FURNITURE ASSEMBLYFURNITURE I CUSTOM MADE CANTILEVERED CUSTOM HOLLOW MADE CANTILEVERED HOLLOW STRUCTURAL STEEL BEARING STRUCTURAL ON STEEL BEARING ON REINFORCED WALL SUPPORTING CNCWALL SUPPORTING CNC REINFORCED CARVED MONOLITHIC WOODEN CARVED TABLE, MONOLITHIC WOODEN TABLE, SANDED AND STAINED SANDED WITH LACQUER AND STAINED WITH LACQUER FINISH. FINISH.

FOUNDATION

FOUNDATION

6" REINFORCED 6" REINFORCED CONTINUOUS CONCRETECONTINUOUS CONCRETE STRIP FOOTING WITH STRIP DAMP PROOF FOOTING WITH DAMP PROOF PROTECTIVE MEMBRANEPROTECTIVE OVER UNDITURBED MEMBRANE OVER UNDITURBED EARTH, SUPPORTING CAST IN SUPPORTING PLACE EARTH, CAST IN PLACE MONOLITHIC STRUCTURAL WALL ASSEMBLY. MONOLITHIC STRUCTURAL WALL ASSEMBLY. COVERING WOOL FELT FILTER, COVERING INSTALL WOOL FELT FILTER, INSTALL

COARSE AGGREGATE, COVERING COARSE 3" AGGREGATE, RADIUS COVERING 3" RADIUS PVC WEEPING TILE INCLINED PVC WEEPING FOR SUMPIT TILE INCLINED FOR SUMPIT DISCHARGE. DISCHARGE.

FLOOR ASSEMBLY

FLOOR ASSEMBLY

UNDISTURBED EARTH SUPPORTING UNDISTURBED 6" THICK EARTH SUPPORTING 6" THICK INSULATING MINERAL PUMICE, BELOWMINERAL 6 MIL PUMICE, BELOW 6 MIL INSULATING DAMP PROOF MEMBRANE, DAMP BELOWPROOF 4" BASE MEMBRANE, BELOW 4" BASE LAYER (MADE OF SMOOTHLAYER AGGREGATE, CLAY (MADE OF SMOOTH AGGREGATE, CLAY AND WATER), SUPPORTING CLAY LAYER AND2"WATER), SUPPORTING 2" CLAY LAYER LEVELED AND POLISHED LEVELED WITH 3 COATS OF AND POLISHED WITH 3 COATS OF HARDENING OIL TOPED WITH A FINISHED HARDENING OIL TOPED WITH A FINISHED PASTE OF BEESWAX. PASTE OF BEESWAX.


BY ADEYINKABYADEJOKUN ADEYINKA ADEJOKUN

STORM WATER SYSTEMSTORM WATER SYSTEM WOOL FELT FILTER, COVERING WOOL FELT COURSE FILTER, COVERING COURSE AGGREGATE, COVERING 3" RADIUS PVC WEEPING3" RADIUS PVC WEEPING AGGREGATE, COVERING TILE INCLINED FOR SEWER TILEDISCHARGE. INCLINED FOR SEWER DISCHARGE.

SKYLIGHT ASSEMBLY SKYLIGHT ASSEMBLY 2" THICK DOUBLE WALLED 2" THICK P0LYCARBONATE DOUBLE WALLED P0LYCARBONATE SHEET WITH SOLAR RADIATION SHEET WITH COATING, SOLAR RADIATION COATING, WEATHER PROTECTED AND WEATHER SUPPORTED PROTECTED AT AND SUPPORTED AT BASE BY (PVC CLADDING BASE LTD) BY (PVC ALUMINUM CLADDING LTD) ALUMINUM BARS, ABOVE METAL COPING BARS, ABOVE FASTENED METAL TO COPING FASTENED TO PARAPET WITH WASHERS. PARAPET BARSWITH SHOULD WASHERS. BARS SHOULD ALSO BE NAILED TO 3"X9" ALSO BE WALL NAILED PLATE, TO 3"X9" WALL PLATE, STEEL ANCHORED TO REINFORCED STEEL ANCHORED CONCRETE TO REINFORCED CONCRETE PARAPET PARAPET

FLOOR DRAIN

FLOOR DRAIN

8 MIL FLOOR GRATE DRAIN 8 MIL FLUSHED FLOOR TO GRATE BEESWAX DRAIN FLUSHED TO BEESWAX FINISHED CLAY FLOOR WITH FINISHED UPSTAND CLAYSKIRTING FLOOR WITH UPSTAND SKIRTING RUNNING ALONG INTERIOR RUNNING WALL FINISH. ALONG INTERIOR WALL FINISH.

WELL ASSEMBLY

WELL ASSEMBLY

UNDISTURBED EARTH SUPPORTING UNDISTURBED HORIZONTAL EARTH SUPPORTING HORIZONTAL WELL SCREEN MIXED BEDWELL FILTER, BELOW GRAVEL SCREEN MIXED BED FILTER, BELOW GRAVEL PACK. PACK. CAST IN-SITU WITH #4 CAST REINFORCED IN-SITUCONCRETE WITH #4 REINFORCED CONCRETE WELL CASING (GROUT WELL CASING (GROUT SEAL) — 12" AND 3" THICK SEAL)RESPECTIVELY. — 12" AND 3" THICK RESPECTIVELY.

HVAC + PLUMBING

ASSEMBLY HVAC + PLUMBING

ASSEMBLY

HIGH EFFICIENCY ELECTRIC HIGH FIRED EFFICIENCY ELECTRIC FIRED AIR-HANDLING UNIT (AHU), AIR-HANDLING COUNTER FLOW UNIT WITH (AHU), COUNTER FLOW WITH BELOW-GRADE SEALED (WITH BELOW-GRADE REINFORCED SEALED FIBRE (WITH REINFORCED FIBRE GLASS) ROUND SUPPLY DUCT GLASS) DISTRIBUTION ROUND SUPPLY TO DUCT DISTRIBUTION TO CONTINUOUS PERIMETER CONTINUOUS MILL-FINISHED PERIMETER MILL-FINISHED ALUMINUM BAR-GRATE DIFFUSERS ALUMINUM FLUSH BAR-GRATE TO DIFFUSERS FLUSH TO FINISH WALL, INSTALL FINISH GRATINGWALL, AT ALL INSTALL WALL GRATING AT ALL WALL POSITION OPPOSITE TO POSITION RETURN AIR OPPOSITE DUCT. TO RETURN AIR DUCT. PROVIDE CENTRAL RETURN PROVIDE SYSTEM, CENTRAL WITH ROOF RETURN SYSTEM, WITH ROOF MOUNTED FRESH AIR MAKEUP. PROVIDE OF MOUNTED FRESH BACK AIR MAKEUP. PROVIDE BACK OF HOUSE CONDENSING UNIT. HOUSE CONDENSING UNIT. SUPPLY OF HOT AND COLD SUPPLY WATEROFBYHOT 1" AND RADIUS COLD WATER BY 1" RADIUS ALUMINUM PIPES WITH SOURCE ALUMINUM (COLD PIPES ANDWITH HOT SOURCE (COLD AND HOT WATER TANK) LOCATED AT BACKTANK) OF HOUSE. WATER LOCATED AT BACK OF HOUSE. LAVATORIES SHOULD INCLUDE SEPARATE SOILINCLUDE SEPARATE SOIL LAVATORIES SHOULD AND WASTE STACK DRAINING TO CENTRAL AND WASTE STACK PIPE. DRAINING TO CENTRAL PIPE. 6" RADIUS CENTRAL SOIL WASTE PIPE SOIL AND WASTE PIPE 6" AND RADIUS CENTRAL INCLINED TO SUMPIT. SUMPIT SHOULD INCLUDESUMPIT SHOULD INCLUDE INCLINED TO SUMPIT. VENT STACK LEADING TOVENT ROOFSTACK LEVELLEADING AND HIGH TO ROOF LEVEL AND HIGH POWERED MECHANICAL PUMP POWERED TRANSPORTING MECHANICAL WASTE PUMP TRANSPORTING WASTE TO MUNICIPAL SEWER. TO MUNICIPAL SEWER.


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More people, in turn, equates more consumption; however, metrics show an inversely proportional relationship Nigeria, betweenAbuja. increased population and food production in the world at large. A census conducted by the with united nations estimates the total population the world to be 7.6 billioninpeople with acities future projection of 9.8 in billioPopulation growth coupled a high contemporary demand for freshly of cultivated organic produce developed yields an increase urn in the next 32 years (2050). More people, in turn, equates more consumption; however, metrics show an inversely proportional relationship ban farming. Urban farming is the growth and cultivation of plants in cities. In New York alone, there are 700 (and counting) farms and gardens between population food production the world at large. producingincreased food citywide. Urbanand Agriculture involvesindifferent types of organic food-producing system: commercial and institutional farms as increase in urPopulation growth coupled a high this contemporary for freshly organic produce in developed well as community gardens.with However, is hindereddemand by the health of thecultivated soil and the limited availability of arablecities land yields due toan high metal concban farming. Urbanareas. farming the growth and can cultivation of plants cities. In New there are 700 (and counting) farmsitand entration in urban [3] is A novel proposal be made to caterinfor farmers and York freshalone, food consumers; and at the same time, cangardens serve producing food citywide. Urban Agriculture involves different types of organic food-producing system: commercial and institutional farms as to attract other stakeholders via Urban development. However,proposal this is hindered by the health of thecommercial soil and themarkets limited availability of arable land of due to high metal concwell as community gardens. Audience for the urban development include City living farmers; that deals with the sales homegrown fresh foentration in urban [3] Ainnovel can be made to cater for that farmers food consumers; and at theinclude same time, it can serve od; and the urban areas. population needproposal for this food. Other stakeholders acts and as afresh proponent for urban agriculture non-governmental to attract other stakeholders via Urban development.

ield in production. These closed-loop will beaquaculture “integrated”(raising with other programs (housing, etcetera…) in prawns the development. Each Aquaponics: a system that combines system conventional aquatic animals such asinstitution snails, fish, crayfish or in tanks) with system--forest--will be proportioned to host aeroponics, conventional animal husbandry facility, production and commercial facility. hydroponics (cultivating plants in water) in a aquaponic, symbiotic environment. Aeroponics: the process of growing plants in an air or mist environment without the use of soil or an aggregate medium (known as geoponics). Aquaponics: a system that combines conventional aquaculture (raising aquatic animals such as snails, fish, crayfish or prawns in tanks) with

tal ofprimary Nigeria,agency Abuja will prove viable for the vertical will farmbedue its encouragement of new building “types” in city. Aloop site to located the peri-yThe for the proposed development thetovertical farm: a network of system operating in the a closed attain at optimum phery the city centre be explored for thewill benefit of both citywith andother suburban dwellers. ield in of production. Thesewill closed-loop system be “integrated” programs (housing, institution etcetera…) in the development. Each system--forest--will be proportioned to host aquaponic, aeroponics, conventional animal husbandry facility, production and commercial facility. The primary agency for the proposed development will be the vertical farm: a network of system operating in a closed loop to attain optimum y-

Street.ofA the former station existed this location. It is and viable becausedwellers. of the potential for design rejuvenation and the rapid develophery city waste centretransfer will be explored for the at benefit of both city suburban pment pattern projected as a result of the possible siting of enterprises such as Amazon and Mcdonalds. For an international location: the capi-

VOLUM VOL


Due to the high demand for homegrown food in the North America, there is need to provide a sustainable solution in subsistence and commercial farming to cater for the present and future generation. This essay espouses the need for integrating vertical farming in urban infrastructure and expatiate on a specific urban farming scheme—a “concrete jungle”—suitable for the city of Chicago, USA and the federal capital territory of Due to the high demand for homegrown food in the North America, there is need to provide a sustainable solution in subsistence and commerNigeria, Abuja. cial farming to cater for and future generation. This essay espouses the need vertical urban infrastructure A census conducted by the the present united nations estimates the total population of the world to befor 7.6integrating billion people withfarming a futureinprojection of 9.8 billioand expatiate onyears a specific urban farming scheme—a “concrete jungle”—suitable for the city of Chicago, USA and the federal capital territory of n in the next 32 (2050). More people, in turn, equates more consumption; however, metrics show an inversely proportional relationship Nigeria, Abuja. between increased population and food production in the world at large. [1] A census conducted by the with united nations estimates the total population the world to be 7.6 billioninpeople with acities future projection of 9.8 in billiourPopulation growth coupled a high contemporary demand for freshly of cultivated organic produce developed yields an increase n in the next 32 years (2050). people, in cultivation turn, equates more in consumption; however, metrics show inversely proportional ban farming. Urban farming is More the growth and of plants cities. In New York alone, there arean 700 (and counting) farmsrelationship and gardens between population and Agriculture food production in the world at large. [1] producingincreased food citywide. [2] Urban involves different types of organic food-producing system: commercial and institutional farms as Population growth coupled a high this contemporary for freshly cultivated produce in developed increase in urHowever, is hindereddemand by the health of the soil and organic the limited availability of arablecities land yields due toan high metal concwell as community gardens.with ban farming. Urban farming is the growth and cultivation of plants in cities. In New York alone, there are 700 (and counting) farms and gardens entration in urban areas. [3] A novel proposal can be made to cater for farmers and fresh food consumers; and at the same time, it can serve producing food citywide. [2] Urban Agriculture involves different types of organic food-producing system: commercial and institutional farms as to attract other stakeholders via Urban development. well as community gardens. However,proposal this is hindered by the health of thecommercial soil and themarkets limited availability of arable land of due to high metal concAudience for the urban development include City living farmers; that deals with the sales homegrown fresh foentration in urban [3] Ainnovel can be made to cater for that farmers food consumers; and at theinclude same time, it can serve od; and the urban areas. population needproposal for this food. Other stakeholders acts and as afresh proponent for urban agriculture non-governmental to attract other stakeholders via Urban development. Audience the provide urban development proposaland include Cityto living farmers; commercialprivate markets that deals (funders) with the sales of homegrown fresh foagencies for which technical assistance training farmers and gardeners; foundations interested in providing capitod; and the urbancourses population in need for this food. Other stakeholders that acts asand a proponent for concerned urban agriculture include non-governmental al for agricultural in the city; and government officials at the federal, local state levels with agricultural jurisdiction.[4] the integration, towards a final project, of these group is ideal for a comprehensive development proposal Aagencies which provide technical assistance and training to farmers and gardeners; private foundations (funders) interested in providing capital forprimary agricultural courses in the city; and officials at the federal, localinand state concerned with and agricultural The concept for the proposal will government revolve around Vertical farming; which, turn, willlevels provide ample space a viablejurisdiction.[4] means to prodthe integration, towards a final project, of these group is ideal for a comprehensive development proposal uce crops at an exponential rate through the vertical rearrangement of the current network of urban agricultural activities. Vertical farming is A the production and cultivation of food in stacked or inclined layers. This type of farming is suitable in the city where arable land is limited. VertiThe primary concept the synonymous proposal will to revolve around Vertical farming; in turn, will provide ample space region and a viable to prodcal agriculture is, In afor way, the ideological construction of which, residential towers in densely populated to curbmeans housing crisis. uce at an exponential rate through the vertical rearrangement of the current network Thuscrops the resolution of two problems with one tower—housing and food security. {figure 2} of urban agricultural activities. Vertical farming is the production and cultivation of food in stacked or inclined layers. This type of farming is suitable in the city where arable land is limited. Vertical a way, synonymous to theofideological construction of residential towersto insucceed, densely populated to curb housing factors thatcrisis. woIt isagriculture important, is, notInonly to resolve the problem arable land and faulty soil for the proposal but also toregion implement Thus the resolution of twothe problems one tower—housing and to food {figure uld substantially increase quality with of the space and the service thesecurity. users and thus 2} establish an optimum design quality. Thus, the secondary “parti” will build upon existing concept of project transformation, integration and design due to the eclectic mixture of uses in the space. FiIt is important, not only to resolve the problem arable and faulty soil for thebyproposal to succeed, butobjects. also to Second, implement factors that worst, Stan Allen’s “material practice”, which dealsofwith theland transformation of reality the production of new Victor Gruen’s “muld substantially increase of the space and the service to usersoptimum and thusoperating establish capacity an optimum design Thus, the seconerchandise planning”, the the ideaquality of functionally integrated programs to the achieve Lastly, Johnquality. Portman’s spatial desigdary willspatial build upon existing concept of project transformation, integration and design due to the eclectic mixture of uses in the space. Fins to “parti” improve qualities. rst, Stan Allen’s “material practice”, which deals with the transformation of reality by the production of new objects. Second, Victor Gruen’s “merchandise planning”, the idea of programsintoarchitecture achieve optimum operating capacity Lastly, Traditional John Portman’s spatial desigIn Stan Allen’s Essay “Practice Vsfunctionally Project” heintegrated identifies problems relating to practice and project. practice has repetins to improve spatial qualities. through its tive tendencies to known solutions; thus, it remains stagnant in varying conditions. Project, on the other hand, legitimates practice theoretical construct. Ideally, practice should be structured to engage with the issues proposed by an ever-changing reality. He advocates for In Stan Allen’s Essay “Practice Vs Project” problems in architecture relating to practice andoccurring, project. Traditional has repetiworld. [5] pragmatic realism (material practice), whichhe is identifies the flexibility In design left to unknown factors, inevitably in the realpractice tive tendencies to known solutions; thus, it remains stagnant in varying conditions. Project, on the other hand, legitimates practice through its

theoretical practice should be always structured to engage issues proposed by practices an ever-changing reality. He advocates “The vectorconstruct. of analysisIdeally, in hermeneutic practices points towardswith the the past, whereas material analyze the present in order to for prpragmatic realism (material practice), which is the flexibility In design left to unknown factors, inevitably occurring, in the real world. [5] oject transformations into the future” -Allen “The vector of analysis in hermeneutic practices always points towards the will past, material practices the present to agprThe implementation of pragmatic realism attained from Stan Allen’s essay, bewhereas incorporated in the design analyze and development of in theorder urban oject transformations into the future” its feasibility. riculture proposal in other to increase -Allen

The implementation of pragmatic realism attained from of Stan Allen’s essay, willvarious be incorporated in thebe design development the budgeting urban agIn Victor Gruen’s “Shopping Towns USA: The Planning Shopping Centers”, lessons could learntand on zoning, designofand riculture proposal in other to increase its feasibility. context, is the for commercial use. One lesson relevant to the proposed development is that of “merchandise planning”. Merchandising, in this selection of tenant types to attain sound and profitable real estate by establishing a beneficial relationship between owner, tenants and shoppIn Victor Gruen’s “Shopping Towns The Planning of Shopping various learnt on zoning, design budgeting ers. [6] Gruen does this properly byUSA: determining the size, character,Centers”, location and typelessons of each could store be to be placed in a space. Thisand process makforthe commercial One lessonasrelevant to the proposed development is thatofofcustomers “merchandise in this context, es individualuse. stores behave “magnets”, attracting the greatest number to theplanning”. shoppingMerchandising, centres and channelling them is the selection through it. of tenant types to attain sound and profitable real estate by establishing a beneficial relationship between owner, tenants and shoppers. [6] Gruen does this properly by determining the size, character, location and type of each store to be placed in a space. This process makes the individual stores behave “magnets”, attracting the greatest number of customers to the by shopping andattractors. channelling By them placing pri“Customers are attracted by theas overall presentation of merchandise in the centre but especially primarycentres customer through mary andit.secondary customer attractors in a location where they function as magnets, customers are pulled through the centre, from one magnet to the other, past the doors of the tenants who fall into the category of traffic users.” “Customers are attracted by the overall presentation of merchandise -Gruen in the centre but especially by primary customer attractors. By placing primary and secondary attractors inina my location where theyeach function as magnets,tocustomers pulled through The “magnet” systemcustomer will be implemented proposal within neighbourhood attain maxare profitable traffic. the centre, from one magnet to the other, past the doors of the tenants who fall into the category of traffic users.”

-Gruen In the book by Moshen Mostafavi, “Portman’s America and other speculation”, he identifies the notion of added quality as a means to augment The “magnet” system will be in my proposal each to attain max profitable traffic. an occupant’s experience of aimplemented space. The Atlanta Marriott within Marquis, forneighbourhood example, is a high rise building designed by Portman in 1985, with a slender top swelling in size towards the base of the tower. The overall form hosts an atrium with exposed elevators and riblike bands (for circulaIn theall book by Moshen America other speculation”, he identifies notion ofdesigns added provide quality as a means to augment tion), of which serve Mostafavi, to create an“Portman’s impression of beingand in the belly of a living organism. [7]the Portman’s a surreal feeling to the an occupant’s of a perceptions space. The Atlanta Marriott for example, is a high rise building designed by Portman in 1985, with a slusers, thereby experience improving their of the quality of Marquis, the space. ender top swelling in size towards the base of the tower. The overall form hosts an atrium with exposed elevators and riblike bands (for circula-

tion), all of which serve create an impression ofthe being in the belly unfolding of a livingoforganism. [7] captures Portman’s designs feelingexperieto the “In Portman's hotels, it istothe fleeting spectacle of simultaneous events that the eye— provide the kindaofsurreal multiscreen users, thereby improving their perceptions of the quality of the space. nce that does not require us to focus on a single event for too long.” -Mostafavi. “In hotels, it is thewill fleeting spectacle of the simultaneous events materiality that captures the eye— the kind of multiscreen ThePortman's development proposal incorporate Portman’s added quality unfolding in design of through, ambience, and the framing of views. experience that does not require us to focus on a single event for too long.”

In a holistic view for thethe overall metric forinthe verticalisagriculture as follows: 775,000 of total net area; of 895,000 10.5 ft floor to A viable location vertical farm Chicago the Fulton project Market is district, Racine Avenuesq.ft at the intersections Carroll sq.ft; Avenue and Kinzie

-Mostafavi. In a holistic view the overall metric for the vertical agriculture project is as follows: 775,000 sq.ft of total net area; 895,000 sq.ft; 10.5 ft floor to The proposal will incorporate added in envelope; design through, materiality ambience, and required. the framing of views. floor development height; 894 lf/floor exterior dimension; Portman’s 840,000 sq.ft totalquality exterior 138,000 sq.ft minimum site size

UME E IIII


CHAPTER i:

BIG URBAN BUILDINGS

year:

SPRING, 2018

instructor:

ANDREW ZAGO, KELLY BAIR

location: 401 Avenue 19, Los Angeles collaboration: NIL

B.U.B addresses contemporary collective space through the development of a large, mixed-use complex on an urban site and communication with diverse audiences by synthesizing information and identity from multiple programs and publics. In architecture, geometric arrangements and transformations always confront the incommensurate presence of matter. A grid may exist, geometrically, as a series of one dimensional elements in a three dimensional array but, in practice, it exists in stone, steel, or wood, arrayed around of centerlines or along alignments.


the colour-in-beginning WHAT’S HAPPENING? OUR BODIES

A. AAARGH! THOSE SIMPLETONS MUST BE THE CAUSE OF THIS ...


This project is achieved in two parts: Hole Punch- This works as a solid geometry approach in which projection onto a volume creates a contrast between the regularity of the operation and the irregularity of the volumes. It’s a Wrap- This works as a graphic application in which the fold meets contingent form with surprising consequences. Like gift paper gone wrong, the wrap exploits the incommensurate qualities of flat pattern and three dimensional form.


a blue day


CHAPTER ii: WHAT’S THAT THING? year:

FALL, 2018

instructor:

ANDREW ZAGO

location: SOUTH WORKS, chicago, illINOIS collaboration: NIL

An Exploration of Architectural Ambiguities for Our Fraught Times through Art and Diagram. This fall seminar takes the form of lessons and has two complementary and concurrent components. The first component, art, is a series of geometric formal, and material studies in two and three dimensions. The second component, diagram, is the study, and comparative diagramming of a large-ish set of buildings.


back in time, before the plain beginning, how the forms came into being

form

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a transformation

The set of diagrams displayed shows the relationship/comparism between each other, particularly, using their specific features: building to ground relationship; circulation within each space; their sectional arrangement; internal organization and plan arrangement. The comparism of projects produces a formal pre-requisite knowledge to the form part of the seminar. A final form is extablished using a series of conditions: part1. 2 identical parallel pippeds are placed in the same position;


part2. one is tilted about a defined axis; part3. the tilted form is then transformed back to its original position. The wholistic form is subdivided and rotated, in part, using limited moves to obtain a form that displays an informed knowledge obtained from the diagramming exercise. The result is a monument that describes a specific relationship to the ground, transitioning up to a courtyard and cantilevered (sheltered) space.


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CHAPTER iii: PORTRAITS year:

FALL, 2018

instructor:

SAM JACOB

location: 50 IDA B. WELLS D. CHICAGO, ILL collaboration: NIL

What is Chicago made of? What does it look like? What do we see when we look at it - really look at it? This is what was explored through four drawn elevations of four different (existing) buildings.


BACK TO THE FUTURE:THE EXHIBIT

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SENTIENT four buildings are drawn which represent different moments in Chicago. The four are a series of portraits that together form a kind of story about the character, history, politics, urban form, social structure of the city. They include a range from ‘low’ to ‘high’. Drawings are as important as what we draw. There are languages of drawing as much as there are languages of architecture. Thus, this project is used to explore different possibilities of drawings to inform Architecture —colour, texture, depth, shadow, edge, surface etc). Sentient is a mixed-used project that performs as an auditorium which is tied directly to the urban fabric. The design is informed by my portraits (style, depiction materiality, spatial conditions and function). The project is divided into two parts: a heavy top and a light bottom. this is an invert to the generic narrative, where Architecture becomes light moving to the top. At the bottom, a canopy/plaza is made by the inclined structural legs of the projects which touches the ground at points that inform pedestrian movement through the site. additional the legs meet the base of the building at different part informing the interior spatial conditions of the auditorium. The portraits produced for the project depicts a conceptual design idea that is open to different interpretation by the viewer.


IF NOT NOW, WHEN?

the form king takes his last stand


CHAOS ON THE GREY GROUND, CHAOS IN THE FROZEN SEA, CHAOS IN THE PLAYGROUND, CHAOS CLOTHING NAKED BEINGS ...

to be continued...


a NEW STORY


OTHE R WORKS CONSTRUCTION EXHIBITION RENDERINGS GRAPHIC DESIGN ART


I’M ADEYINKA

Labourer:

(manual construction of a Fourplex residential building) Task: Transfer of

materials to artisans, digging trenches, laying CMU, concrete mixing...


the completed project


exhibit: elephant and fleas

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photo-real renderings


old buddy


Old buddy is designed to feed the need of the elderly in the western part of Africa. Through a survey, it was discovered, most of the age group above seventy-five depends on maids—people who look after and help them accomplish a specific task. The use of old buddy will help dissolve the lack of autonomy that exists in this group; as a result of the compartments it provides, which allows easy reach to their quotidian items. Old buddy can be used, also, by People with special needs (the blind).


logo design

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art work


end... thank you


credits

3438 South Oakley Avenue, Illinois, Chicago Mobile: (872) 235 2476

PAUL ADEYINKA ADEJOKUN

EDUCATION

SKILLS

WORK EXPERIENCE

Trinity College International

Bells University of Technology

Kaduna, Nigeria

Ota, Nigeria

O and A levels(2011)

B.Sc in Architecture(2015)

Sketchup Illustrator

Fuse Photoshop

Indesign

Revit

AutoCad

Layout

University of Illinois at Chicago Illinois, Chicago

Masters in Architecture(Ongoing...)

Vray Rhino

After Effects Grasshopper

Project Collaboration, (Grid+M). Concept Design, 3D, Project supervisor, As-built Documentation.

Project Collaboration, (Design Mark). Concept Design, 3D, red lined corrections Construction Documentation.

DRAWINGS, (Zafiro Papastratakos architect). HIGH RES PHOTOREALISTIC RENDERING

Teaching Assistant, (University of

(Nigeria)

(CHICAGO)

Maya Cinema 4D

(Nigeria)

Illinois at Chicago). STRUCTURES TUTOR UNDER ROBERT MAGRUDER and GENE MOJEKWU

(Chicago)

Internship, JGMA .

Concept/Schematic Design, Permit Drawings Construction Documentation, Site visit (Chicago, USA)


CONSTRUCTION

COMPETITIONS

RESEARCH/ PUBLICATION

Gate for Inike. (project supervisor under Grid+M) construction supervision of metal gate

Labourer. (manual construction of a Fourplex residential building) Task: Transfer of materials to artisans, digging trenches, laying CMU, concrete mixing...

Old Buddy. (personal project) Construction of an alternative chair for the elderly to increase autonomy

Logo Design For Bells University of Technology

Art Complex Pyeongchang-dong For the city of Seoul, S.Korea. Supervised by Paul Preissner

FERRY TERMINAL For the city of Seoul, S.Korea. Supervised by Paul Preissner

Wonders of Authentic Architecture: A case study of Nigeria’s Northern Traditional Architecture Undergraduate Final Year

The Jungle: Living Labour and Generic Architecture Fall Seminar Research Course

URBAN SPIELRAUM AN INVESTIGATION BETWEEN ARCHITECTURE AND THE CITY

BIG URBAN BUILDING STUDION PUBLICATION

LANGUAGUES

Yoruba (mothertongue)

PORTFOLIO: https://issuu.com/pauladejokun/docs/paul_s_portfolio_a4

English

references available on demand


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Portfolio  

Portfolio of works from 2016-2018

Portfolio  

Portfolio of works from 2016-2018

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