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DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY IN ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY

PHILIP MORGAN

SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY AND DESIGN NEW YORK CITY COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY CITY UNIVERSITY NEW YORK PORTFOLIO SPRING 2010


ABROAD STUDIES

Studying architecture one must endeavor to study cultures, experience space and sketch in order to understand the importance of architecture in the present and past societies. Above works were sketches from Pompei, Barcelona and Kyoto.


architectural foundation i

In Architectural Foundation 1 we learned the basics skills needed in architecture through rigorous sketching. The sun shelter design above was achieved with pencil on bond paper each board sizing at twenty four by thirty inches each.


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elevation

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Architectural design 3

Urban Park IN THIS PROJECT WE USED GEOMETRIC SHAPES IN A COMPOSITION USING TWO COLOR IN ORDER TO FIND THE NEGATIVE AND POSITIVE TO CREATE SPACE.


PLANS AND SITE PLAN

SECTION AND ELEVATIONS


Architectural design 3

CUBE HOUSE THE ASSEMBLAGE OF CUBE SCULPTURES WE GENERATED MULTIPLE OF VARIATION OF MODELS. ONCE a model was Chosen WE WERE CHALLENGED TO CREATED SPACES NEEDED IN A FULLY FUNCTIONAL HOME.


BONSIA RESEARCH

DESIGN PROCESS


Architectural design 4

zEN MONASTERY IN BROOKLYN PROSPECT PARK THE CLASS WERE CALLED TO RESEARCH PARTS OF THE JAPANESE CULTURE. THE RESEARCH OF THE BONSAI INSPIRED ME TO CREATE A SPACE THAT WAS MANIPULATIVE TO THE ARCHITECTURAL NEEDS YET USED NATURE AS INSPIRATION.


Architectural design 4

Landscape painting MUSEUM AND SCHOOL EACH STUDENT WAS CALLED TO CHOOSE A LANDSCAPE PAINTER TO RESEARCH AND TO USE THE ARTIST STYE TO CREATE A SPACE THAT WAS RESPONSIVE TO A MUSEUM AND A SCHOOL FOR LANDSCAPE PAINTERS.


Architectural design 5

Conflict RESOLUTION CAPSULE STUDENTS WERE GIVEN FREEDOM TO CREATE SPACE THAT WOULD Bring people INTO a CLOSE PROXIMITY. BUMPER PODS WERE CREATED to generate AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR through pushing and shoving that WOULD RESULT IN laughter.


Architectural design 5

RESTAURANT ON SKATES STUDENTS GENERATED INSPIRATION FROM FELLOWs PERSONAL INTEREST IN FOOD AND DINNING. AN ARCHITECT AND CLIENT RELATIONSHIP WAS CARRIED OUT UNTIL COMPLETION OF THE DESIGN.


Prof. Tim Maldonado, President of the NY Council of the Society of American Registered Architects, will be showing examples of previous SARA/NY winners. He’ll also give a talk on putting your presentations together. DATE: Thursday March 18 at 1PM ALL INVITED !!!!

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Deposit $250 by Thursday March 11 Total cost will be around $500 depending on accommodation. Contact info: Ahmed: adcraveson@gmail.com

Philip Morgan: pmorganjr@aol.com

Prof. Lia: ldikigoropoulou@citytech,cuny.edu

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January 2010 the Architecture club visited Japan. As per your request we will share our experiences in Tokyo, Kyoto, Yokohama and other wonderous places in Japan.

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Thursday March 18th at 5:30p.m. V833

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Thursday, February 26th-Last Day to Join the Club! 1:00p at V812 & 5:30p at V833

Fallingwater

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Come Join the Club! Travel (local or abroad), Network, Competitions or just make new friends.

Come join the Architecture Club to visit Fallingwater. Please conďŹ rm your participation by this Friday, September 11th.

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“Greg Marinic, Mary-Jo Schlachter, Ermir Pergjokaj, Illya Azaroff� Congratulations Florim you guessed it and here is your prize. Calatrava by Philip Jodido “Feets of Design and Engineering�

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Travel arrangements will be provided at a later time. Tentatively the dates are October 10th - 12th. Please contact: Montgomery Wilkinson- mj.wilkinson.architect@gmail.com Philip Morgan- pmorganjr@aol.com Professor Lia- ldikigoropoulou@citytech.cuny.edu

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Club Hours:

Thursday at 1:00PM & Thursday at 5:30PM

Kaufmann House Barcelona

Montreal

nycctarchclub@gmail.com

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Advertising and flyer design

As president of the club i was responsible for conducting club meetings, advertising, organizing trips flyer design.

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CORWIN

GALLERY OPENING RECEPTION SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2009 3.00pm-6.00pm EXHIBITION FEBRUARY 15-MARCH 21, 2009 HOURS sat/sun noon-5pm

GALINDO

EAST l WEST presents a dialogue of transdisciplinary design interpretations in space reated to local, regional, national, and global contexts. EAST l WEST asks us to reconsider our preconceived psychological boundaries and assumptions,while contemplating a future culture where East increasingly meets West and vice versa.

d3 is an organization committed to advancing innovative positions in art, architecture, and design by providing a collaborative environment for artists, architects, designers, and students.

curated by Mary-Jo Schlachter & Gregory Marinic

d3 art.architecture.design.space.

www.d3space.org

44 stewart ave. 3rd fl. #39. brooklyn. ny. L subway to jefferson

YOUKHANA

d3 gallery

Bonsai research With the intensive research of the Japanese bonsai the work displayed at the d3 gallery for artist, architects and students to share works.


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