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Farming in the Home final year thesis spg2010


the ifarmfinal year thesis My final year thesis at Howard University. It proposed a new kind of architecture codenamed “iFarm.� It aims to explore a new typology which hopes to aid placeless food by combining modern living and farming activities; allowing the average city dweller to enjoy some of the benefits of a farm without actually owning one; empowering today’s new sustainable dweller with an alternative to his or her local foods. The iFarm investigates geometries which transform and juxtapose dependent activities from within, in an effort to discover efficient relationships between these new activity groups: living and farming. This combination was tested in Fairfax, Virginia. The advent of agriculture has ushered in an unprecedented increase in the human population and their domesticated animals. Traditional farming catalyzed our transformation from primitive hunter-gatherers to sophisticated urban dwellers in just 10,000 years. Today over 800 million hectares are committed to soil-based agriculture, or about 38% of the total landmass of the earth. Intensified agriculture feeds many, but it has rearranged our landscape at the expense of multiple natural ecosystems.

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A Watersports Facility 5th yr fall09

5th year design studios are required to design a medium sized watersports facility located on the south-west waterfront in Washington, DC. This was fundamentally an exercise in tectonic relationships and an introduction to full-iterative design techniques.

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watersportsfacility

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4th year design studios are required to a 350 room hotel and adjunct facilities, including a marina for 30 boats, in Washington, DC. A summary of program areas, parking requirements and space definitions is available.

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Hotel & Marina 4th yr spring09


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McMilan

Masterplan & Development

4th yr fall09

tools: autocadarchitecture2009 illustratorcs4 photoshopcs4 handcraft tracingpaper

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Mayme Clayton Librrary & Museum Facility

3rd yr spg08


CONGREGATION SPACE

CCTV STORAGE

OUTDOOR PLAY AREA

HIGH SCHOOL

LOWER SCHOOL CLASSROOM

HIGH SCHOOL

cross section PRE-K 2

RECEPTION

TEACHERS PLANNING

LOWER SCHOOL CLASSROOM

TEACHERS LOUNGE

CONGREGATION SPACE

This design attacks the cancer which is currently eating away at its social core leaving a disseminated community. It longs to become an institution with a multi-faceted goal; the education of the youths of Parramore and the unification of the general community. Through the use of multi-use facilities including the cafeteria, auditorium, courtyard, gym, and playfield, the school will become a place where the residents can come together, and feel a sense of pride in themselves and each other. The green roof is drained through a pipe along the main CONGREGATION SPACE

LOWER SCHOOL CLASSROOM

PRODUCTION WORK ROOM

HIGH SCHOOL

PRE-K 3

HIGHSCHOOL CLASSROOM

COPY WORK ROOM

SMALL COMFERENCE

LOWER SCHOOL CLASSROOM

HIGH SCHOOL

RESTROOMS

OFFICES

TUTORING

LOWER SCHOOL MUSIC ROOM

OFFICES

STAIR

stuctural members which are in clear view from both outside and inside. Transparent sections of the pipe allow students to be face to face with green strategies of today.

STORAGE

HIGH SCHOOL

LOWER SCHOOL CLASSROOM

ELEVATOR

LOWER SCHOOL CLASSROOM

RESTROOMS

KINDERGARTEN 3

STORAGE

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KINDERGARTEN 2

hich n opn their

LOCKER ROOMS MALE

P.E. DEP OFFICES & 1ST AID/CPR TRAINING

LOCKER ROOM FEMALE

HIGH SCHOOL

LOWER 4

UTILITY & WATER COLLECTION PLANT

HIGH SCHOOL

LOWER SCHOOL CLASSROOM

LOWER SCHOOL CLASSROOM

LOWER SCHOOL CLASSROOM

HIGH SCHOOL

LOWER SCHOOL CLASSROOM

LOWER SCHOOL CLASSROOM

HIGH SCHOOL

BLEACHERS

WEIGHT ROOMS AND EXERCISE EQUIPMENT

MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM

LOCKER ROOM FEMALE

HIGHSCHOOL CLASSROOM

second floor plan

BLEACHERS

MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM

MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM

WEIGHT ROOMS AND EXERCISE EQUIPMENT

des. idea 3 plan

ugrovide nsOrue and

4. school. the the higher aches

are in ess, ich en-

site photos

tranformation of the site

OPEN TO BELOW

MIDDLE/UPPER SCHOOL DRAMA ROOM

MIDDLE SCHOOL ART CLASS

MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM

MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM

CONSESSION

MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM

north elevation

MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM

ELEVATOR

MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM

STORAGE

first floor plan

west elevation

MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM

ELEVATOR

MIDDLE SCHOOL COMP LAB

ng a he rough laysense

HIGHSCHOOL CLASSROOM

ELEVATOR

MIDDLE SCHOOL ART

MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM

des. idea 2 perspctve.

SHOP CLASSROOM

RESTROOMS

Orlando Black SchoolCLASS(relocated)

MIDDLE SCHOOL COMP LAB

BASKETBALL COURT

STORAGE

HIGHSCHOOL CLASSROOM

UTILITY & WATER COLLECTION PLANT

P.E. DEP OFFICES & 1ST AID/CPR TRAINING

south elevation

HIGHSCHOOL CLASSROOM

MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM

MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM

MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM

high school section site map showing axis LOCKER ROOMS MALE

NOMA Design Competition

HIGHSCHOOL SCIENCE LAB

HIGH SCHOOL

HIGH SCHOOL

Parramore K-12 3rd yr fall08

HIGHSCHOOL CLASSROOM

HIGH SCHOOL

STAIR

BASKETBALL COURT

SHOP CLASS-

ELEVATOR

second floor plan

OUTDOOR PLAY AREA

LOWER 6

STORAGE

CONSESSION

LOWER SCHOOL CLASSROOM

HIGHSCHOOL CLASSROOM

STAIR

north elevation RESTROOMS

LOWER SCHOOL CLASSROOM

RESTROOMS

The courtyard employs an elevated centre symbolizing a mountain; the youth who are in visual contact with its peak almost every hour, think of its slopes as the journey to success, each turn representing the hardships of education, and the peak, a pleasant reward which enGrey water is then directed to either the north or south ables you to reach past the school, and to countless oppurtunities. treatment plant by means of underground piping. LOWER 5

LOWER SCHOOL CLASSROOM

ELEVATOR

elevation detail idea. ROOM north ele.

LOWER 2

OUTDOOR PLAY AREA

LOWER 1

LOWER SCHOOL CLASSROOM

HIGH SCHOOL

HIGH SCHOOL

LOWER 3

MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE LAB

AUDITORIUM

HIGH SCHOOL

LOWERSCHOOL COMPUTER LAB

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HEAD MASTER’S OFFICE LARGE CONFERENCE ROOM

site map showing site & surrounding massing

CONGREGATION SPACE

RESTROOMS

LOWER SCHOOL SCIENCE LAB

OPEN TO BELOW

diight resi-

LOWER SCHOOL CLASSROOM

SMALL COMFERENCE

OPEN TO BELOW

OUTDOOR PLAY AREA

WER 6

LOWER SCHOOL CLASSROOM

HIGH SCHOOL

SECRETARY

LOWER SCHOOL ART CLASSROOM

MIDDLE/UPPER SCHOOL DRAMA ROOM

MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM

MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM

OPEN TO BELOW

KINDERGARTEN 1

OFFICES

water pipes are also shot out to this line. Each entry An existing building is used as the original episode ofGrey the design’s transformation, sugwhich will possess its own description of where the water goes and how the water it is treated. gesting the idea of enlightening the community with the same “bulb;” this design will provide the voltage needed to make this community shine from within. The building is then transformed using an axis found southeast of the site. The first African American school, The Orlando Black School, was located in an old frame building at the corner of Garland Avenue and Church Street. Due to increased enrollment the Orlando Black School was moved to the corner of Jefferson Street and Chatham Avenue and renamed Johnson Academy in 1904. These two sites create an axis which shoots straight through the proposed New Urban school. This existing element along with the force of this new found axis are used to transform the structure in such a way, that its courtyard becomes the magnet to the symbolic steel of the school and community. The courtyard space becomes a location that is symbolic of the higher possibilities that will be the product of community and student fusion. courtyard reaches OrlandoThe Black School (orginal) An interior lighting shelf allows light from the hallway out to Parramore with arms of education and purposefullness. to penetrate deep into classrooms on the south.

HIGHSCHOOL SCIENCE LAB

STORAGE

PRE-K 1

WER 4

HIGHSCHOOL CLASSROOM

east elevation

TUTORING

OPEN TO BELOW

STAIR CCTV STUDIO

MECH. ROOM

WER 2

CONGREGATION SPACE

des. idea 1 plan

OPEN TO BELOW

LOWERSCHOOL COMPUTER LAB

MIDDLE/UPPER SCHOOL DRAMA ROOM

first floor plan logitudinal section

site map showing site & surrounding massing 1) Existing building found slightly east of the centre of the site.

2) This form is copied in a western manner.

south elevation

MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM MIDDLE/UPPER SCHOOL DRAMA ROOM

RESTROOMS

3) The copied form is scaled down and forces are implemmented and resultants shown.

4) Vertical forces are applied to form. RESTROOMS

third floor plan

5) Auxillary axial force is implemented. Original proposed sewage treatment plan force is rotated 90 degrees and applied again. proposed sewage treatment plan

third floor plan

Group Members: Nicole Fraise Gabrielle Jones Philip A. O’Neal Johnathan Ramos

cross section

east elevation

Design III Profs: Barbara G. Laurie, AIA Outram J. Hussey, AIA FALL 2007-10-17 Project #2: New Urban School, Orlando FL

logitudinal section

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The green roof is drained through a pipe along the main stuctural members which are in clear view from both outside and inside. Transparent sections of the pipe allow students to be face to face with green strategies of today. Grey water pipes are also shot out to this line. Each entry which will possess its own description of where the water goes and how the water it is treated.

New Urban School, Orlando FL

3d renderings Group Members: Nicole Fraise Gabrielle Jones Group Members: Nicole Fraise Philip A. O’Neal Gabrielle Jones A. O’Neal JohnathanPhilip Ramos

3d renderings

Johnathan Ramos

Design III Design III Profs: Profs: Barbara G. Laurie, AIA Outram J. Hussey, AIA Barbara G. Laurie, AIA FALL 2007-10-17 Project Outram J. Hussey, AIA#2: New Urban School, Orlando FL FALL 2007-10-17 site photos Project #2: New Urban School, Orlando FL

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cross section

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east elevation west elevation New Urban School, Orlando FL

Grey water is then directed to either the north or south treatment plant by means of underground piping.

high school section

New Urban School, Orlando FL

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The green roof is drained through a pipe along the main stuctural members which are in clear view from both outside and inside. Transparent sections of the pipe allow students to be face to face with green strategies of today. Grey water pipes are also shot out to this line. Each entry which will possess its own description of where the water goes and how the water it is treated.

New Urban School, Orlando FL

West Concord Street

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Service

Public Playing Field

5) Auxillary axial force is implemented. Original force is rotated 90 degrees and applied again.

tools: autocadarchitecture2009 high school section maya8.5 illustratorcs4 photoshopcs4 handcraft tracingpaper

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Service

Grey water is then directed to either the north or south treatment plant by means of underground piping.

Community & Student Parking

6 Community Gym Parking

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west elevation Student Waiting area

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North Parramore Ave.

4) Vertical forces are applied to form.

An interior lighting shelf allows light from the hallway to penetrate deep into classrooms on the south.

Utility Plantv & Water Storage

North Westmoreland Street

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An interior lighting shelf allows light from the hallway to penetrate deep into classrooms on the south.

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3 Staff and General Parking Public Courts

Bus Parking

West Amelia Street site plan

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New Urban School, Orlando FL

spatial organization showing entrances

Vehicular Movement 1)

Gymnasium/P.E. Department

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IBM STEM Building

IBM Science Technology Engeneering and Math

Dec 2010

Andre Bowen vertigovisual.com

Andre Bowen vertigovisual.com


illustration (plans, section)

by Andre

Bowen, Owner. Vertigo Visual

tools: autocadarchitecture2009 tracingpaper sketchup+plugins


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Construction Documents 4th yr fall08


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Davis Cottage may2007

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Princess Alice Parking-lot june2008


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Cave Hil

School of Business may2007

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Philip O’Neal | curriculumviate

442 Manor Place NW, Washington, DC 20010 E : philiponeal@gmail.com T : 775 538-2877 c: 202 549-5099 W : sites.google.com/site/philiponealportfolio

Objective To gain further experience and excel in the field of Architecture, Design and Project Management while permitting utilization of present skills in a diverse environment.

Awards and Affiliations Awarded AIA Henry Adams Medal and Certificate 2010; a merit-based award, received by the top-ranking graduating student in each architecture program accredited by the NAAB.

Education 2005-2010::Howard University, Washington DC, Bachelors of Architecture(Hons); magna cum laude

Awarded Alpha Rho Chi Medal 2010; a leadershipbased award recognizing a B.Arch candidate who has given service to an accredited school of architecture, and whose personality and attitude give promise of real professional worth.

2009 May::HU European Study Tour; 1 of 5 students included in month long mobile lecture series. Cities included; Portugal, Lisbon, Milan, Florence, Berlin, Dresden, Vienna, Amsterdam, Paris, London, Lille, San Sebastian, Bilbao, Venice, Rome, Helsinki, Copenhagen, MalmĂś, Stockholm, Brugge, Switzerland, Barcelona, Zaragoza, Brugge, Zurich, Belgium and others. Experience 2008 (March)::Employer: JC Cummings AIA, Dupont Circle Position Held: Intern Architect. Tasks included construction documents, detailing, presentation graphics and architectural models.

Awarded CEACS Commemorative Plaque for the class of 2010; based on the maintenance of the highest Grade Point Average in the School of Architecture and Design. Awarded Howard University Trustee Scholarship 20062010; a merit-based award for high academic achievement within individual schools and colleges. It is awarded annually.

Most Achieved Student; Howard Architecture 2009 The MCLM Award; Howard Architecture 2008 2nd Place; HU Design Charette; Spring 2007 Most Achieved Student; Howard Architecture 2006 The Technology Award; Howard Architecture 2008 2005-2009 (May-Aug)::Employer: Design Collaborative, Most Achieved Student; Howard Architecture 2005 Barbados Maintained Deans Honor Roll 2006-2010 in the School Position Held: Student Architect. Tasks included site sur- of Architecture and Design. veys, acquiring and recording existing site information for demolition, construction documents, detailing; 3D Inducted into the Tau Sigma Delta honor society; based modelling, 3D rendering, presentation graphics and lay- on maintenance of high scholastic standing in Architecout and other tasks where attention to detail is key. ture, Landscape Architecture, and Allied Arts of Design. Skills Model-making & hand craft, 2D Animation, 3D Modeling, Rendering & Animation, Presentation Graphics Layout Admin, Comprehensive Problem Solving Skills, Team and People Management. Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash Pro, Acrobat Pro, Soundbooth. Google Sketchup, AutoCAD Architecture, Revit, Maya, Viz, 3D Studio Max, Impressions, MS Office, Google Apps and more. 20

Inducted into the Golden Key honor society; based on scholastic achievement and excellence amongst college and university students from all academic disciplines. 1 of 2 students involved in the planning and design of an addition to an existing church in partnership with the Universal Center for Development in Maryland, USA.


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