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Project Title: Lamp, Analysis, and Design F.L.Wright Residences, Furniture and Fixtures Course ADC209

A soft level of general light, enough to see someone in the chair, and to navigate through the room. This is a evolution process from beginning to end. I chose to use Frank L. Wright concept where the flow in his Sol Friedman “Mushroom� house takes you from a spiral from the lowest level of the house to the highest level.

Concept Model

Frank L. Wright Mushroom House First Floor Plan Study Model 1

Study Model 2


Second Floor Plan

South Elevation

Precedent Research, Analysis, and Design F.L. Wright Residences, Furniture and Fixtures

Course ADC209 design and inner outer peat with

This is a precedent study diagramming and analysis of the The John Storer house. This shows my understanding of the building organizaEast Elevation tion and meaning by making abstract diagrams, by identifying the everything Parti: and Hierarchy significant attributes of the design.

branches off from either the living room or the dining room.

tile block houses that Wright built in Built Southern California ent is between 1922-1934, . Built in 1923. the cli- the ad ent is Dr. John Storer. Holly the address is 8161 Hollywood Blvd.

By Randy Phanor Roland Creater Frank Lloyd Wright

By Randy Phanor Roland

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Repetition: repeat with outer design and inner

Repetition: repeat with outer design and inner design design

East Repetition: repeatHierarchy with and outer design and inn Parti: everything Hierarchy and Parti: everything branchesoff offfrom from either either the design branches the liv-

Rhythm: it has a ABC rhythm. And it is the most important space.

room or the diningroom. room. ingliving room or the dining

Hierarchy and Parti: ever branches off from either t living room or the dining

Rhythm:itithas has aa ABC ABC rhythm. Rhythm: rhythm. And it is the most important And which is the most imporspace. tant space.

Symmetry: it has a H like shape which can be split in half two ways. Axis: the main axis goes through the living room and the dining room.

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Rhythm: it has a ABC rhy And it is the most import space.

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Circulation: I feel like the way it is design, I feel it leads you either to the living room and dining room or away from it.

Circulation: leads you Circulation:IIfeel feel itlike the way either to the Iliving and it is design, feel it room leads you dining away from eitherroom to the or living room andit. dining room or away from it.

First Floor Plan Unite to whole

Wright House

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Add/Sub from Add/Subspace: space: itit subtracts subtracts from ananoverall square. overall square.

East Elevation

Add/Sub space: it subtracts from

Circulation: I feel like the it is design, I feel it leads y either to the living room a


Case Study Micro Compact Housing In Munich Course ADC160

I had to study a project of an architect work that was giving to me by my teacher and recreate a plan section and elevation.

section

3D

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A W a y

For this plan I decided to switch out the light fixture that is located in the back of the room with a light that is much brighter. The reason I left everything else where it was, is because there is a natural lighting that comes through the windows located NORTH WALL

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Insp CLIENT:

CAREER CONN

EAST WALL

WEST WALL

2' ACOUSTIC CEILING TILES

BY: Randy, Moussa,

LEADS BACK TO THE CAREER CONNECTIONS OFFICES.

CHECKED BY: AARO ADDITIONAL:

SOUTH WALL

I decided to extend the length of the shelves so that it will be capable of holding a massive amount of clothing with the intention of allowing the person in charge to CEILING PLAN - EXISTING not REFLECTED have to do frequent restocking. This is also the reason for the shelving located all over the room. A W a y

Wall light

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DESK(TYP.)

BOOKSHELF(TYP.)

BOOKSHELF(TYP.)

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GYPSUM WALLBOARD

PROJECT:

GYPSUM WALLBOARD

NORTH WALL

ELEVATIONS - EXISTING CONDITIONS

DATE: 8/7/2019 SCALE: 1/4 = 1'-0" BY: Randy, Moussa, & Alex LEADS BACK TO THE CAREER CONNECTIONS OFFICES.

CHECKED BY: AARON K. BROOKS ADDITIONAL: EXISTING DUPLEX ELECTRICAL OUTLET EXISTING QUADPLEX ELECTRICAL OUTLET EXISTING ELECTRICAL SWITCH

WEST WALL

GYPSUM WALLBOARD

GYPSUM WALLBOARD

HAT & TIE RACK SHELF

MIRROR

LEADS BACK TO THE CAREER CONNECTIONS OFFICES.

A GYPSUM WALLBOARD

HALF WALL

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HALF WALL

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SOUTH WALL

in this plan you can see I decided to add a partition to separate the space for a capable of reason first to allow the people who is located out side the rooms to 43'-1"

9'-11"

3'-8"

21'

8'-5"

Inspired

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CLIENT: CAREER CONNECTIONS

Wall light seating

WOMEN

PROJECT: MEN

FLOOR PLAN - EXISTING

WOMEN&MEN

SHOESHELF MANNEQUINSHELF

5'-7"

DATE: 9/19/2019 SCALE: 1/4 = 1'-0"

2'-4"

By Randy, Moussa, & Alex CHECKED BY: AARON K. BROOKS

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ADDITIONAL: LEADS BACK TO THE CAREER CONNECTIONS OFFICES.

1'-7"

10'-1"

EAST WALL

Handlebar

SHELF

SHELF

EXISTING DUPLEX ELECTRICAL OUTLET

SOUTH WALL 21'-1"

EXISTING QUADPLEX ELECTRICAL OUTLET

10'-8" S

FLOOR PLAN - EXISTING

DOWNLIGHT

CAREER CONNECTIONS

PANTS & SHIRT SHELF

ELEVATIONS - EXISTING CONDITIONS

GYPSUM W

Inspired CLIENT:

SHOE SHELF

HVAC SYS

2 FEET AC TILES

CLOTHES RACK

WEST WALL

DATE: 8/7/2019 SCALE: 1/4 = 1'-0"

GYPSUM WALLBOARD

EAST WALL

PROJECT:

REFLECTED CEILING

EXISTING ELECTRICAL SWITCH


COFFEEHOUSE

I developed a color scheme and rendered the free hand drawing.

Course ADC159

Plan

North Elevation

Photoshop of Room In this I applied color scheme using photoshop

West Elevation

East Elevation

South Elevation


Randy Phanor Roland: Portfolio


Table of Content

1. Perception Drawings 2. Chair 3. Bus Stop 4. CCP Structure 5. Case Study Micro Compact Housing In Munich 6. Coffee House 7. Garden structure at the spring garden community garden 8. Project Title: Lamp, Analysis, and Design F.L.Wright Residences, Furniture and Fixtures 9. Precedent Research, Analysis, and Design F.L.Wright Residences, Furniture and Fixtures 10. Artist Loft 11. Boutique Design 12. Kitchen


Kitchen

Course ADC212

For this assignment I was required to re design my kitchen to our own liking. I decided to tackle this approach by expanding my kitchen into the dinning room. This was because I felt that my kitchen was to small, and we never use the dinning room. So I got rid of the wall that was separating the two spaces and substitute it for a island I also added more cabinets for storage.


Boutique Design

Course: ACD 209 Challenge: Project and Design Parameters: In an area of the Career Connections Office, you are asked to design a space where clothing is available to CCP students for job interviews, and present your design ideas to the Director.

Left Top View

Front View Back View


Artist Loft

Course ADC209

My concept was to keep the space free flowing, by separating each work space by different levels and removing the walls so to give the feeling of not being restrained. By giving each levels a rounded look it helps to give it a sense of flow.


Left Section

Second Floor plan

First Floor plan Right Section

Front Section

Back Elevation

Front elevation

Back Section


Perception Drawings

Course Art105

For this class I had to create drawings that showed perspective, and visualization by sketching objects from a distance and showing their relation between what surrounding it. Some of the sketches was done through charcoal drawing. I also had to draw a hallway which shows that everything has a focal point in which all lines lead in the same direction.


For this assignment I was tasked with creating a facility which the community can use in the garden. This structure will allow them to clean off their vegetables that they are growing, a place where you can use the bathroom when they need to an area for them to cut it and a place for them to relax. I was also tasked with creating a separate space where they can use for storNORTH STREET age, and a mother separate space for the community to use for events and outside seating.

Garden structure at the spring garden community garden Course: ACD 159

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ADC 159 Design Studio II Design Project II: Garden Structure The Spring Garden Community Gardens

Your Name Spring 2017 1/32nd" = 1'

WALLACE STREET


Chair

Course: ACD 109


CCP Structure Course: ACD 159

For this assignment I was given the task of creating a structure on sight at CCP. I decided to create a hexagonal tube that went along the path that is in the middle of 17th and 18th Street between the Student Life and the Pavilion. The purpose of this idea was to create sections longest hexagonal tube that represent the past present and future. My goal was to have each section of this hexagonal tube to be different color for each class that graduates. The classes that came before can be seen by the present student which represents the past. The students going through the tube represents the present. And the empty frame represents the future.


Bus Stop

Course: ACD 109

For this assignment I was required to reconstruct a bus stop that is at the corner of 17th Street. That is located directly in front of the west building. I decided to make the bus stop in the shape that somewhat resembles a graduation hat, while using graduation colors. I decided to make the bench a diploma. The reason for this is because I wanted to give off a message to those who sit on this bench to stop sitting on your success and go for it. This is why I also have a path that leads to the west building general from the bus stop a blue color to follow the School catchphrase a path to possibility.


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