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UNDERGRADUATE PORTFOLIO PETRA SALAMEH 2016 - 2018


CONTENTS CAMH MEDIATHEQUE CENTER

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BARTON SPRINGS BATHHOUSE

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HOUSTON CULTURAL CENTER

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BARTON SPRINGS BRIDGE

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EXTRACURRICULAR

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CAMH MEDIATHEQUE CENTER

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MEDIATHEQUE CAMH MEDIATHEQUE CENTER SPRING 2018

CONTEXT PLAN

Similar to its surrounding context, the CMC aims to provide green spaces for people as they experience the building. Through sunlight and greenery, it ties into the special language of the Museum District of activating its buildings as continuous urban spaces. Tending to environmental needs, the building catches water through its expressed gutter system, and runs down 6 essential walls, that serve both structure and environmental purposes.


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CAMH MEDIATHEQUE CENTER

CAMH MEDIATHEQUE CENTER

CAMH MEDIATHEQUE CENTER

Similar to its surrounding context, the CMC aims to provide green space for people to experience as they experience the building.

Similar to its surrounding context, the CMC aims to provide green space for people to experience as they experience the building.

Tending to environmental needs, the building catches water through its expressed gutter system, SITE PLAN 1/32” = 1’ - 0” and runs down SCALE 6 essential walls, that serve as both structure and environmental purposes.

Tending to environmental needs, the building catches water through its expressed gutter system, and runs down 6 essential walls, that serve as both structure and environmental purposes.

1. THREE MAIN CORE VOLUMES

CAMH MEDIATHEQUE CENTER

2. PROGRAM1.SPACES THREE MAIN 3. SHIFT

1. THREE MAIN

LLOCATED IN CORE BETWEEN CORE VOLUMES VOLUMES Similar to its surrounding context, the CMC aims to PROGRAM SPACES provide green space for people to experience as they experience the building. SIMPLE WINDOWS PROVIDE SHADING SIMPLE WINDOWSEXTENSION OF ROOFPROVIDE SHADING Tending to environmental needs, the building catches water through its expressed gutter system, and runs down 6 essential walls, that serve as both structure and environmental purposes.

PROVIDE SHADING

2. PROGRAM SPACES L LOCATED IN BETWEEN

SIMPLE WINDOWS EXTENSION OF ROOF

PROVIDE SHADING

2. PROGRAM SPACES LLOCATED IN BETWEEN 4. ADD GREENERY

EXTENSION OF ROOF

3. SHIFT 1. THREE MAIN PROGRAM SPACES CORE VOLUMES

3. SHIFT PROGRAM SPACES

2.4.PROGRAM SPACES 3. SHIFT ADD GREENERY PROGRAM SPACES L LOCATED IN BETWEEN

4. ADD GREENERY

STRUCTURE DI EXTENSION OF ROOF

4. ADD GREENERY

STRUCTURE DIAGRAM

STRUCTURE


SIMPLE WINDOWS

PROVIDE SHADING

EXTENSION OF ROOF

CAMH MEDIATHEQUE CENTER

STRUCTURE DIAGRAM

CAMH MEDIATHEQUE CENTER

Similar to its surrounding context, the CMC aims to provide green space for people to experience as they experience the building.

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1. THREE MAIN CORE VOLUMES

Tending to environmental needs, the building catches water through its expressed gutter system, and runs down 6 essential walls, that serve as both structure and environmental purposes. 2. PROGRAM SPACES L LOCATED IN BETWEEN

SIMPLE WINDOWS

PROVIDE SHADING

Given the requirement for a mediatheque gallery to have space for digital exhibitions to occur, the gallery has access to daylight through two clerestory windows. Both directed towards the south, however, one allows little daylight to enter, which provides a suitable ennironment for digital exhibitions to occur. The other clerestory has great flow of direct sunlight that washes one side of the gallery with sun light, giving ambient lighting to the opposite side. The same occurs with the green space on street level. It is open to southern sun that illuminates the wall and allows life to happen. Daylight simulations were done to the gallery to measure the daylight qualities of both clerestories. Iterations were made to the overhang and louvers were added to reach a desirable and well-lit gallery space on one side, while keeping the other dim. The simulations were completed through DIVA on Rhino 5.

EXTENSION OF ROOF HVAC + SUNLIGHT DIAGRAM


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CAMH MEDIATHEQUE CENTER

EAST ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION SCALE 1/8” = 1’ - 0”

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NORTH ELEVATION

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ROOF TERRACE LOOKING INTO CENTRAL GREEN SPACE


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CAMH MEDIATHEQUE CENTER

SECTION PERSPECTIVE THROUGH GALLERY

PERSPECTIVE SECTION

VIEW FROM ROOF TERRACE OUT TO THE MUSEUM DISTRICT


3D ASSEMBLY

WALL SECTION DETAIL


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CAMH MEDIATHEQUE CENTER


BARTON SPRINGS BATHHOUSE

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CREVASION BARTON SPRINGS BATHHOUSE SPRING 2017

The project takes place in a world where human beings have no regard for what should be private, and what should be shared. Despite this lack of boundaries, each person is living in their own secluded world. The bathhouse is meant to break down these walls with seemingly unintentional peepholes, that allow one-way glimpses from one world to the other.


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BARTON SPRINGS BATHHOUSE


BARTON SPRINGS BATHHOUSE

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LIGHTING CONCEPT


LONGITUDINAL SECTION


BARTON SPRINGS BATHHOUSE

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BARTON SPRINGS BATHHOUSE

PROCESS MODELS

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HOUSTON CULTURAL CENTER

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LAYERS

HOUSTON CULTURAL CENTER FALL 2017 The project explores ideas of layering; layered walls and layered program spaces. The walls act as both information projectors, and furniture. As a visitor walks through the center, Houston’s history is displayed on the walls, and they can occupy those walls through the indents in the wall. The program spaces are pushed to the perimeter of the building, to have the circulation zones in the heart of the project.


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HOUSTON CULTURAL CENTER

MASTER PLAN

SITE PLAN

SCALE 1/32” = 1’-0”


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HOUSTON CULTURAL CENTER

SECTION BB

SCALE 3/32” = 1’-0”

CROSS SECTION

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PERMANENT EXHIBIT TEMPORARY EXHIBIT

THEATRE

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LOADING DOCK

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CAFE PUBLIC RESEARCH

SECTION AA

SCALE 3/32” = 1’-0” PUBLIC PERFORMANCE KIOSKS STORAGE

B SECOND FLOOR PLAN SCALE 3/32” = 1’-0”

SECOND FLOOR PLAN FIRST FLOOR PLAN SCALE 3/32” = 1’-0”


SECTION BB

SCALE 3/32” = 1’-0”

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SECTION AA

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SCALE 3/32” = 1’-0” LONGITUDINAL SECTION

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ADMININSTRATION

PRIVATE RESEARCH

DOC. RESTORATION

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B THIRD FLOOR PLAN

SCALE 3/32” = 1’-0”

THIRD FLOOR PLAN


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HOUSTON CULTURAL CENTER

FRONT ELEVATION SCALE 3/32” = 1’-0”

FRONT ELEVATION

FRONT ELEVATION

SCALE 3/32” = 1’-0”

REAR ELEVATION SCALE 3/32” = 1’-0”

REAR ELEVATION SCALE 3/32” = 1’-0”

BACK ELEVATION


ASSEMBLY MODEL

WALL SECTION DETAIL


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HOUSTON CULTURAL CENTER


BARTON SPRINGS BRIDGE

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AGE

BARTON SPRINGS BRIDGE SPRING 2017 Barton Springs pool holds great value for Austin residents. People from older generations have been frequenting the site for years, and have witnessed the landscape change with their own eyes. The bridge materializes the concepts of age and time. Using synthetic proto-cell technology, micro-organisms grow underneath the structure of the bridge, building up layers of limestone. The growth is slow and is noticeable only after long periods of time. People from each generation can now hold an image of the bridge’s condition, and tell younger generations of “how things used to be”.


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BARTON SPRINGS BRIDGE

PROCESS MODELS

LIMESTONE GROWTH

Because of the growing nature of proto-cells, the bridge needs to grow as well. The bridge is designed in a modular system, for means of expansion. An “instruction manual” guides the bridge’s expansion based on the unit’s that have blocked pedestrian crossing.


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SECTION

CONCEPTUAL SECTION


SKETCHES

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SKETCHES EXTRACURRICULAR


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EXTRACURRICULAR VISUALIZATION


THANK YOU!

Third Year_Portfolio2018  

A collection of works done through the past three semesters (Spring 2017-Spring 2018) Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design

Third Year_Portfolio2018  

A collection of works done through the past three semesters (Spring 2017-Spring 2018) Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design

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