__MAIN_TEXT__

Page 1

UNDERGRADUATE ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO Paul J Lee

pjlee02@syr.edu | 201-414-1108


SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE Bachelor of Architecture, May 2017

PAUL J LEE pjlee02@syr.edu 201-414-1108


CONTENTS I.

VENETIAN SYNAGOGUE

II.

ONONDAGA NATION YOUTH CENTER

III.

601 UNIVERSITY AVENUE

Vertical Piazza

Part-to-Whole Relationships

Parking Deck as an Urban Device

IV.

BIG BOX STORE

V.

PATH, PLACE, PERIOD

Robotic Arms as a Spatial Organizer

Softening Edges by Occupying the Hills

VI. BLACK WHOLES Digital Media And Visual Studies VII. ASH NYC Restoration and Renovation VIII. B&B SHEET METAL Sheet Metal Weather-Proofing IX. FLORENCE INTERNATIONAL STUDY Analytical Drawing Techniques


I. VENETIAN SYNAGOGUE Venice, Italy Synagogue and Library, 18,000 SF Site Plan: Linear spatial division and main centralized space borrowed from the historical Venetian palace typology along the Grand Canal

N


Ascot Residence, OMA

Piazza San Marco, Venice

Vertical Piazza The project is translated from a reading of the historical context of Venice in various ways. Spatial voids from palace courtyards and Venetian public spaces are conceptualized into a vertical piazza for central gathering. Wooden stick foundations underwater are translated into large wood columns and a structural shell for the main prayer space. The synagogue as a library offers a spaces for individual meditation and reading and a place for collective prayer and community.


Wood Shell Structure

Louvers create individual spaces framing views of the city


Ark holding Torah

Priest’s Study

Stone Foundation

Wood Stick Structure


N

Ground Floor Plan


N

Second Floor Plan


Vertical Piazza, Central Sectional Void

Figure Void Reversal

Venetian Palace Tripartite Subdivision

Wood Louvers Filtering Light


Site Model Built in Collaboration with Raj Kadam, Matthew Dinsmore, and Monika England


Plan-Section Composition (Plan in White, Section in Black)

Perspectival Vignettes


Model at 1/4” = 1’-0”


II. ONONDAGA NATION YOUTH CENTER Nedrow, New York Youth, Community, and Recreational Center, 45,000 SF Designed in Collaboration with Josiah Hinkle


Site Plan

N

Oriented on the site perpendicular to north and south, the project is composed of similar but varied units to compose a dispersed part-to-whole reading. Each unit has two pitches, the first toward the south for direct sunlight onto a solar energy film and the second pitch toward the north for ambient light. Within the rigid exterior, each unit has a soft interior wall with MEP systems placed within the poche. The project uses wood in a variety of ways - structural shear walls, a thermally treated wood rain-screen, and a series of wood louvers for filtering light.


Axonometric

N

Section AA


Section BB

A

COMMUNITY ENTRY

KITCHEN

LOADING DOCK

MEDIA CAFE

ART ROOM

EXERCISE EXHIBITION CLASSROOM

EQUIP. CLASSROOM

12

MEN’S LOCKERS

MECH. GYMNASIUM STUDY EXHIBITION

B

OFFICE

WOMEN’S LOCKERS

STUDY

OFFICE STUDY

STUDY

ADMIN

MECH. CEREMONY MAIN ENTRY

21

Plan

N

A

REC. ROOM

B


SITE PLAN Scale: 1/64” = 1’-0”

SOUTH ELEVATION Scale: 1/16” = 1’-0”

North Elevation

West Elevation

INSULATED ALUMINUM STANDING SEAM ROOF WOOD RAFTER INTERIOR FINISHED VOLUME CEILING WATERPROOFING WOOD SHEATHING 2X8 WOOD BEARING WALL WITH BATT INSULATION 2X3 WOOD STUD WALL WITH RIGID INSULATION DOUBLE LAYER 1/4” SHEET ROCK INTERIOR WALL FINISH BENJAMIN MOORE ICEBERG 2122-50 PAINT

DOUBLE PANE GLASS WINDOW

THERMALLY TREATED CYPRESS WOOD RAINSCREEN WOOD FLOOR

Wall Detail 1


INSULATED ALUMINUM STANDING SEAM ROOF

BUILT UP 2X8 EAVE WOOD RAFTER INTERIOR FINISHED VOLUME CEILING

TIMBER CURTAIN WALL TINTED INSULATED GLASS THERMALLY TREATED CYPRESS WOOD LOUVER

STONE TILE FLOOR

Wall Detail 2


West Side Entry, Image Created by Josiah Hinkle

Site Model at 1/64” = 1’-0”


Ceremony Room

Model at 1/4” = 1’-0”

Process Model at 1/16” = 1’-0”


AS EACH

THE

INSISTENCE

CONCEPT ON

ITS

OF

PRIMORDIAL

CITY

CONDITION

IS IN

TERMS

DISTORTED OF

IMAGES,

RULES,

AND FA B R I C AT I O N

STRETCHED –

I R R E V O C A B LY

BEYOND

LEADS

VIA

N O S TA LG I A

P R E C E D E N T, TO

I R R E L E VA N C E .

III. 601 UNIVERSITY AVENUE

Now we are left with a world without urbanism, only architecture,

Syracuse University Campus, Syracuse New York

ever more architecture. Mixed-Use including Seven Retail Storefronts, a University

and Fitness Center, 108,000 SF The neatness ofBookstore, architecture is its s e dauUniversity ction; it defines, excludes, limits, separates from the “rest” – but it also consumes. It exploits and exhausts the potentials that can be generated finally only by urbanism, and that only the specific imagination of urbanism can invent and renew.

"Whatever Happened to Urbanism?"

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY

“Junkspace is sealed, held together not by structure but by skin, like a bubble.”

-Rem Koolhaas

SMLXL, Monacelli Press, 1995 ;ĂůůĐŝƚĂƟŽŶƐͿ

“Junkspace represents a reverse typology of cumulative, approximative identity, less about kind than quantity. But formlessness is still form, the formless also a typology.”

“According to a new gospel of ugliness, there is already more Junkspace under construction in the twenty-first century than has survived from the twentieth...”

Bubble Tea

BLUE MONKEY CAFE

Golisano Children’s Hospital

If there is to be a “new urbanism” it will not be based on the twin fantasies of order and omnipotence; it will be the staging of uncertainty; it will no longer be concerned with the arrangement of more or less permanent objects ďƵƚǁŝƚŚƚŚĞŝƌƌŝŐĂƟŽŶŽĨƚĞƌƌŝƚŽƌŝĞƐǁŝƚŚƉŽƚĞŶƟĂů͖ it will no longer aim for stable cŽŶĮŐƵƌĂƟŽŶƐ ďƵƚĨŽƌƚŚĞĐƌĞĂƟŽŶŽĨĞŶĂďůŝŶŐĮĞlds that accommodate processes that refuse to be ĐƌLJƐƚĂůůŝnjĞĚŝŶƚŽĚĞĮŶŝƟǀĞĨŽƌŵ͖ ŝƚǁŝůůŶŽůŽŶŐĞƌďĞĂďŽƵƚŵĞƟĐƵůŽƵƐĚĞĮŶŝƟŽŶ͕ƚŚĞŝŵƉŽƐŝƟŽŶŽĨůŝŵŝƚƐ͕ ďƵƚĂďŽƵƚĞdžƉĂŶĚŝŶŐŶŽƟŽŶƐ͕ĚĞŶLJŝŶŐďoundaries, ŶŽƚĂďŽƵƚƐĞƉĂƌĂƟŶŐĂŶĚŝĚĞŶƟĨLJŝŶŐĞŶƟƟĞƐ͕ ďƵƚĂďŽƵƚĚŝƐĐŽǀĞƌŝŶŐƵŶŶĂŵĞĂďůĞŚLJďƌŝĚƐ; it will no longer be obsessed with the city ďƵƚǁŝƚŚƚŚĞŵĂŶŝƉƵůĂƟŽŶŽĨŝŶĨƌĂƐƚƌƵĐƚƵƌĞĨŽƌĞŶĚůĞƐƐŝŶƚĞŶƐŝĮĐĂƟŽŶƐĂŶĚ ĚŝǀĞƌƐŝĮĐĂƟŽŶƐ͕ƐŚŽƌƚĐƵƚƐĂŶĚƌĞĚŝƐƚƌŝďƵƟŽŶƐ ʹƚŚĞƌĞŝŶǀĞŶƟŽŶŽĨƉƐLJĐŚŽůŽŐŝĐĂůƐƉĂĐĞ͘

“Junkspace represents a reverse typology of cumulative”

To survive, urbanism will have to imagine a new newness. >ŝďĞƌĂƚĞĚĨƌŽŵŝƚƐĂƚĂǀŝƐƟĐĚƵƟĞƐ͕ ƵƌďĂŶŝƐŵƌĞĚĞĮŶĞĚĂƐĂǁĂLJŽĨŽƉĞƌĂƟŶŐ ŽŶƚŚĞŝŶĞǀŝƚĂďůĞǁŝůůĂƩĂĐŬ architecture

FALL 2014 - ARC307-008, DESIGN STUDIO V - CONFRONTING/CREATING URBAN CAPITAL

Prof R.Svetz, K.Barymow, M.Baum, K.Forbes, A.Hernandez-Derbez, R.Kadam, T.Lee, P.Lee, A.Logan, J.Philips, R.Scheer, D.Velasco, K.Wong, S.Worthington


Site Situation

Typical Retail

Retail on a Hill


Second Sidewalk

Urban Theater


Sidewalk Level (3) Plan

Level 6 Plan

Level 5 Plan

Level 4 Plan

Level 2 Plan

Level 1 Plan


Fitness Center

Bookstore

Connection to Parking Deck Urban Theater

Cross Section


Rendering, Towards Syracuse University Campus

Model at 3/32” = 1’-0”


Double Sidewalk


IV. BIG BOX STORE Red Hook, Brooklyn Lowe’s Big Box Store, 147,000 SF

KIVA Robotic Arm+ Structural Beam Automated System

Centralized Space

Decentralized Space

Viewing Pods

Pathway

Arm Movement

Central Axis

Corner Conditions

Single Space

Perimeter


Incremental Increase

Small Objects Open Space

h j

e f

b

g a

c

d

i

Large Objects Closed Space

a. cafe and checkout b. kitchen c. plumbing appliances d. administration e. home decor appliances f. display g. worker lounge h. cabinet appliances i. lumber appliances j. garden appliances


Plan

12 ft 8 ft 4 ft -2 ft

Underground Cafe

Checkout

Cafe

Shelves

Tree Pod


Garden Skylight Garden Skylight Lumber Skylight Lumber Skylight

CafeSkylight Skylight Cafe

Structure Structure Loading Dock Loading Dock

Partition Wall Partition Wall

Outdoor Cafe Outdoor Cafe

Front Entrace Entrance Front

Exploded Axonometric

24 ft

16 ft

Cabinet Pavilion

Garden Pavilion


V. PATH, PLACE, PERIOD SCAPE Visiting Critic Studio with Gena Wirth Constructing a Landscape Identity for Syracuse University by Occupying the Hills


Analytical Section: The drawing is an analysis of the forest communities that exist in the Central New York area diagramming the environmental and spatial characteristics needed in order to grow and be maintained properly along with the wildlife that inhabits them.


Hills around Syracuse University that create strong boundaries and separation


Given the geological identity of Syracuse, large drumlins create strong boundaries that serve as edges and entires between spaces on the campus and in the city. The project uses vegetation and a series of pathways and places in order to soften these edges transforming them into inhabitable and transitional spaces.


Crouseoverlook, overlook, arrival Crouse arrival

ascension ascension

tight path, condensed tight path, condensed corner plaza, stay stay corner plaza,

node, linger farfarnode, linger

domeplaza, plaza, end dome end

pathintersection, intersection, relief fourfour path relief

streetoverlook, overlook, pause street pause

publicplaza, plaza, approach public approach

sharp angle cut out of path allows for stormwater creating - sharp angle cut out ofto path gather, allows for stormwater to gather, creating more exotic vegetation species more exotic vegetation species white pine white pine - creates separation from campus separation from buidings buildings lowbush blueberry shrub

- understory removed toshrub create lowbush blueberry view pods understory removed to create view pods

dense- dense understory understory frames path frames path - dense forest creates visual and

acoustic barrier from the street forest creates visual - create shade during sunset and acoustic barrier from the street and shade at sunset

sugar maple dense forest creates shade during sunrise, trees gradually fade as path approaches the Carrier Dome sugar maple - dense forest creates shade during sunrise - trees gradually fade as path approaches Carrier Dome

understory frames - understory frames meadow small meadow open meadow- open formeadow uninterrupted for uninterrupted street view street view

- open plaza for gathering at Carrier open plaza for gathering at Dome before sporting events Carrier Dome before events


PATH/PLACE/PERIOD

SCAPE Landscape Architecture LLC Visiting Critic Studio Syracuse, New York


VI. BLACK WHOLES Visual Studies and Digital Form-Making Seminar and Summer Research Grant

Translation Process Paul J. Lee / Professor Maya Alam / ARC 500: Black Wholes / Exercise 2.3.2 / 03.30.16


Digital Renderings Paul J. Lee / Professor Maya Alam / ARC 500: Black Wholes / Exercise 2.3.2 / 03.30.16

Resin Cast Models


VII. ASH NYC Architectural Design Intern, Summer 2015 Wurlitzer Building Hotel Renovation and Restoration, Detroit

Ground Floor Lobby

Second Floor Restaurant

10 Unit Plan

9 Unit Plan


St. Peter’s and Paul’s Church Hotel Renovation and Restoration, New Orleans 1.

3

2.

5'-10" 3'-0"

1'-0"

6.

1'-10"

2'-10"

8'-8" 2'-0" 9" 5"

2'-8" 8"

3. 4.

10.

5'-5"

2

11.

5.

7'-4"

8'-0"

1

4

2'-7"

3'-3"

Key Plan

3'-7"

Detail 1

2'-3"

2'-7"

2'-6"

6" 5"

2'-8"

3'-2" Section 1

2"

1’-5"

5'-10" 1'-5" 2'-6"

8'-8" 2'-6"

12.

2'-7"

9"

EQ. 5" 6"

3'-2"

3'-6"

4"

2'-8"

1'-10"

1'-0"

2'-6"

Section 2

Second Floor

12.

7" 4" 8'-0"

3'-9"

5"

8'-0"

3'-9"

3' 0"

8. 9.

EQ.

3'-7"

Detail 1

R 1'3"

6"

1'-2"

7.

Section 3

6" Section 4

13. Detail 3 14. 15. Detail 4

1. Light Cone 2. Robe Hook 3. Light Chalk Paint or Tadelakt-style Plaster 4. 4”x4”x1/2” Salvaged Blue and White Irregular/Aged Tiles 5. 4”x4”x1/2” Diagonal White Cackle-Glazed Tile 6. Wooden Door Frame 7. Oil-Rubed Bronze Shower Control Centered on Opening 8. Oil-Rubbed Bronze Sink Faucet 9. Unfilled, Honed Travertine Basin with Dark Metal (Iron or Similar) Legs 10. Oil-Rubbed Bronze Shower Head O.C. 11. Wall-Mounted Linestra Bulb-Fixture 12. Towel Bar 13. 4”x4”x1/2” Tile on Each Side of Curb to Make 5” Total Width (See Detail 3) 14. 8” Hexagon, Light Colored Terra Cotta Floor 15. 4”x4”x1/2” Light Colored Terra Cotta to Match Floor


VIII. B&B SHEET METAL Drafting and Estimating Intern, Summer 2013 PS 115, Brooklyn S.S. FLASHING BY MANUFACTURER

CURB FLASHING

CONTINUOUS CLEAT MEMBRANE FLASHING

4 SKYLIGHT SECTION A424 3" = 1' - 0"

6" VIF

7 8"

141" VIF

VIF

3" 3" VIF

3 4" 5 8"

A

24 GA S.S. TYPE 316 CONTINUOUS CLEAT 3" = 1' - 0"

B

24 GA S.S. TYPE 316 CURB FLASHING 3" = 1' - 0"

SOFFIT 3" DIAM. CORRUGATED DOWNSPOUT

10'

1" WIDE DOWNSPOUT STRAP SET 4"

B

3"

16 OZ COPPER 3" DIAM. CORRUGATED DOWNSPOUT - 10' SEC (ISO VIEW) SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1' - 0"

3" DIAM. DOWNSPOUT ELBOW • • ••••

6 DOWNSPOUT DETAIL A423 SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1' - 0"

C

16 OZ COPPER 3" DIAM. DOWNSPOUT ELBOW (PROFILE VIEW) SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1' - 0"

JOINT DETAIL

421"

3 4"

1 2"

2" VIF 458"

A

20 OZ COPPER SOFFIT SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1' - 0"

D

1/8" COPPER 1" WIDE DOWNSPOUT STRAP SET SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1' - 0"


2" STANDING SEAM PANEL 2" WIDE CLEAT

2"

FASCIA

SOFFIT

941" VIF

1"

A

24 GA S.S. TYPE 316 FASCIA 3" = 1' - 0"

221" VIF

1" VIF

1"

4 STANDING SEAM METAL ROOF AND FASCIA A423 3" = 1' - 0"

B

24 GA S.S. TYPE 316 SOFFIT 3" = 1' - 0"

181"

1 2"

121"

1" 1"

134"

16" VIF

2"

338"

C

24 GA S.S. TYPE 316 12" WIDE 1" HIGH STANDING SEAM PANEL 3" = 1' - 0"

D

24 GA S.S. TYPE 316 2" WIDE CLEAT (ISO VIEW) 3" = 1' - 0"

2" WIDE CLEAT SEE REF: 0001 - 10 APRON FLASHING SEE REF: 0001 - 10

TRIM FLASHING SEE REF: 0001 - 10

GUTTER STRAP TERMINATION BAR

1 2"

1 2"

4" WIDE GUTTER GUTTER HANGER

358" VIF

7 8"

1"

181" 321" VIF

2 GUTTER AT STANDING SEAM METAL ROOF A423 3" = 1' - 0"

A

1"

20 OZ COPPER 4" WIDE GUTTER SCALE: 3" = 1' - 0"

258" VIF

1" 1"

1" 4" VIF

B

1/8" COPPER 1" WIDE GUTTER STRAP (ISO VIEW) SCALE: 3" = 1' - 0"

LF

4"

C

1/8" COPPER 1" WIDE GUTTER HANGER(ISO VIEW) SCALE: 3" = 1' - 0"

D

1/8" COPPER 1" WIDE TERMINATION BAR (ISO VIEW) SCALE: 3" = 1' - 0"


IX. FLORENCE INTERNATIONAL STUDY

Santa Maria de Trastevere, Rome

House, Pompeii


Campidoglio, Rome

Villa Gamberaia, Chiesa dell L’Autostrada, and La Certosa, Florence


Roman Forum, Rome

Duomo, Siena


Temple of Neptune, Paestum

Villa Gamberaia, Florence


Il Redentore, Venice


Doge’s Palace, Venice


PAUL J LEE pjlee02@syr.edu 201-414-1108


THANK YOU!

Profile for Paul J. Lee

Paul J Lee, Syracuse Architecture Portfolio  

Paul J Lee, Syracuse Architecture Portfolio  

Advertisement