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PATRICK J CORRIGAN ARCHITECTURE PROJECTS 2009-2014 GRADUATE + POST-GRADUATE TRIBECA LINKSPACE HOTEL

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MICRO-BREW-HOUSE

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SKYPATH

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THE LITTLE EASY

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EVENT KALEIDOSCOPE

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URBAN HARVEST

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ARTS+MUSIC CENTER

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VERTICAL CITIES

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NEW YORK, NY

DENVER, CO

JERSEY CITY, NJ

HOUSTON, TX

BROOKLYN, NY

PHILADELPHIA, PA

PHILADELPHIA, PA

SINGAPORE

PROFESSIONAL CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF PHILADELPHIA

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COOPER UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL

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UNITHER BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER

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KING OF PRUSSIA, PA

CAMDEN , NJ

SILVER SPRING, MD


TRIBECA LINKSPACE HOTEL Competition

Host: Opengap.net

NEW YORK, NY

With Steven Guerrisi

5,000 SF

4 weeks

July 2012

Located within an established artists’ community in TriBeCa, New York City, the LinkSpace Hotel offers artists, musicians, dancers and meditators an opportunity to collaborate by way of a unique social networking system integrated into the design of the hotel. The users have a choice between using the system to share their workspaces with those who have a similar interest within their creative medium, or by changing their privacy settings to use the workspace privately to concentrate or meditate in solitude. The interface and spaces are designed to accommodate the possibility of guests exchanging and developing ideas with those they have never met, breaking down the typical social barriers of a hotel, creating a realm of unexpected encounters and ventures.

AXON SHOWING ENTRY + PROGRAMS

Levels 7 - 8

Private rooms + meditation spaces

Levels 3 - 6

Art gallery, auditorium, quiet rooms, collaboration spaces, private rooms and workspaces

Levels 1 - 2

Lobby, library, restaurant, group exercise rooms

4 Circulation to workspace 3 View LCD panel activity and decide to connect to

current guests to collaborate

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Hotel + Meditation Room

Exterior view of the main entrance

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INTERFACE DESIGN Users can log in and choose to connect to a workspace or studio and begin a conversation, or invite others to collaborate.

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Once users are connected, they can discuss their interests through video chat and decide if they want to work together.

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WORKSPACE AND HOTEL ROOM NETWORK CONSOLE

BATHROOM

HALLWAY

BEDROOM TO ELEVATORS ENTRY TO UNIT WORKSPACE

BALCONY/BRIDGE OFFICE SPACE LIVING/READING ROOM

WEST ELEVATION


5 TH FLOOR | MUSIC WORKSPACES

GROUND FLOOR | LOBBY & RESTAURANT

LONG SECTION (A)


MICRO-BREW-HOUSE Competition

DENVER, CO

Host: Denver Architectural League

With Sarah Wolf

4,000 SF

3 weeks

May 2013

MicroBrewHouse is a craft brewery/co-op where a self-selected group of people come together to live and to work. Residents of MicroBrewHouse share ‘production’ spaces to brew and to cook and then can retreat to ‘living’ spaces where they can carry out their more private functions. Prefabricated C-shaped modules aggregate to form these living areas, each specific to the function they house. Each module is oriented toward a different view so that residents are able to experience a comfortable solitude even while being in such close proximity to others. The complex is dynamic and is designed to run like a well-oiled machine. The brewing process yields not only beer, which can be tapped to the shared kitchens and public tasting areas, but also a byproduct that can be converted into biofuel. MicrobrewHouse is at once a home, a community center, a laboratory and a cathedral.

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COLLECTING: catchments between the units collect rainwater runoff

AXON SHOWING PROGRAMS

LIVING: C-shaped modules aggregate to create small-scale living spaces, specific to daily functions

PRODUCING: a silo houses the shared kitchens and brewing areas in the silo base, by-product from the brewing process is converted to methane in anaerobic digesters and is used to power the building systems

GROWING: a trellis structure supports a vertical garden of hops and grains

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TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN

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CROSS SECTION OF UNITS (A)

LIVING/DINING AREA BEDROOM

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CROSS SECTION OF BUILDING (B) 1. SHARED BREWING SPACE 2. TRELLIS FOR GRAINS + BARLEY 3. TRELLIS FOR HOPS 4. PUBLIC ACCESS TO RIVER 5. PRIVATE LOBBY 6. ANAEROBIC DIGESTER 7. DOCK

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SKYPATH

JERSEY CITY, NJ

ARCH 701 Studio

Critic: Matthias Hollwich

With Laura Sussman

Fall semester 2011

Skypath is a hybridized transit hub, sports complex and living space in Journal Square, a district in Jersey City, NJ. A functional logic is embedded within the design that brings programs together through clear, incised circulation. The train station is no longer a means to an end, but the beginning of a sequence of streamlined engagement with the building. A tennis stadium and rooftop skating rink are infused into the residential program to activate a latent public life in Journal Square. The tennis stadium relieves the traffic and congestion that occurs around the current US Open stadium in Flushing Meadows, New York. Tennis is ideal for the complex as it attracts fans of all ages, and the crowd maintains a relatively quiet environment for residents of Skypath.

Stadium View

BUILDING TYPOLOGY LOGIC

Open Footprint

Minimal view of Manhattan Efficient slabs Potential for rail connection

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Single Tower

Maximum view of Manhattan Unsupportable slab Limited potential for rail connection

Hybrid Model

Optimal view of Manhattan Efficient slabs Greatest potential for rail connection


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SECTION PERSPECTIVE

Retail

Apartments

Retail Entry Retail

To Newark (Westbound)

Journal Square PATH Station

To New York City (Eastbound) 14


STADIUM LEVEL PLAN

TYPICAL TOWER PLAN

GROUND PLAN

SCALE: 1” = 64’

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Rooftop skating rink

RESPONSIVE FACADE SYSTEM FOR SOLAR GAIN MITIGATION

RESPONSIVE FACADE SYSTEM 2” Retracting panels (Shading/Noise Reduction)

Groove to house the panels Direction of retraction 8” thick insulated facade

Curtain wall

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TRAIN APPROACH SEQUENCE

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Rear exterior view

Interior

Fitness

MODEL + PROGRAMS

Skating Rink

South Tower Apartments Central Tower Apartments

North Tower Apartments Covered Seating Seating Tennis Stadium

Summits Ave Bridge Railroad Tracks

Resident Courtyard

Westbound Rail Station

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THE LITTLE EASY ULI Competition

HOUSTON, TX

Advisor: Evan Rose

With 4 others

2 weeks

January 2012

The Little Easy is Houston’s new cultural epicenter. The district arises from the bayou, providing all-encompassing views of the city. Its privileged location knits downtown into its waters, landscape, and culture. Verdant swales within the landscape reveal the Little Easy neighborhood’s watersheds: the Buffalo Bayou and White Oak Bayou systems. The bayou’s slow beauty creates a destination celebrating Houston’s food, venues for culture, social life, and entrepreneurship. As a destination and a well stored neighborhood, Little Easy North pushes local entrepreneurs and young professionals to create a home downtown.

View from across the Bayou

MODULE CONCEPT 1-BR Affordable Unit 2-BR Corridor Module

Retail Community Space

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EVENT KALEIDOSCOPE ARCH Studio 602

Critic: Shawn Rickenbacker

BROOKLYN, NY With Sarah Wan

Spring semester 2011

This project accomodates recreational, educational and mechanical program functions that are layered and interwoven with the idea of a breathable city. Resting atop the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, the building acts as a machine gathering polluted air from the trench level and channeling it between programs, purifying and releasing clean air. Weaving between the air channels are the programmed spaces: a series of thin topographies which peel and wind around each other, which re-calibrate the conventional idea of circulation space. The building’s mechanical processes are intentionally visible to the public. The relationship between the users inside the building and those outside is constantly changing by way of the kaleidoscope effect.

View of track overlooking gallery

Aerial view

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Running Track

Green Spaces

Floor Plates

Glazing System

Air Intake Gills

EXPLODED AXON SHOWING BUILDING COMPONENTSNENTS

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SITE

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DETAIL SECTION KANE STREET

KANE STREET

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V1 DOUBLE GLAZED RAINWATER CHANNEL

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URBAN HARVEST ARCH Studio 601

PHILADELPHIA, PA

Critic: Tim McDonald

Individual Project

Fall semester 2010

The Urban Harvest offers an incentive for the baby boomers and the elderly: they can become a part of a vibrant, revenue generating farming community in the Northern Liberties that will subsidize their future medical expenses and housing. Rather than live in the isolated, institutional nature of the nursing home, they are a part of a purposeful food production hub that generates its own food for the residents, the restaurants and the farmers’ market in the public space. The units are designed to ensure privacy, but also to encourage intergenerational encounters among the clusters of units and public space. The residents are committed to remaining active and involved with society, and are given a sense of purpose in their lives. Exterior view - farmers’ market

EXTERIOR VIEWS

SECTIONAL MODEL STUDY

1/4” Sectional model cut South Units + Farms

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Nurses’ units + courtyard beneath south units

Cafe + food storage center


MASSING MODEL PROCESS

Bird’s eye view

CONCEPT + FORMAL DEVELOPMENT

Site

Farms / Units

50 Farms / 50 Units

Maximize sunlight

Carve public space

COMMUNITY FOOD DISTRIBUTION

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View from North 2 nd Street

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6 Farmers’ Market

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SITE PLAN 1/128” = 1’0” 28

GROUND PLAN

8 Cafe

All plans are 1/64” = 1’0”


CIRCULATION AND ENTRY

North units entry

South units entry

SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE - SOUTH UNITS

3rd floor plan

4th floor plan

5th floor plan

6th floor plan

7th floor plan

LONG SECTION

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ARTS+MUSIC CENTER ARCH Studio 502

Critic: Jenny Sabin

PHILADELPHIA, PA Individual Project

Spring semester 2010

My approach to this project involved a historical analysis of North Philadelphia, in conjunction with current spatial and contextual qualities of the surrounding site, in order to design a solution that responds to present and future site conditions. Through my models and initial matrix study, my project involved an exploration of how to extract a spine, defined by the void, that acts as a primary organizational tool for the site. The spine ultimately creates a pedestrian street through the primary hub of activity. The proposal of this project calls for a combined arts and music center, and the architecture intends to promote the interaction between the artists and the public, in addition to the exchange of ideas between artists and the musicians.

DATASCAPES

BACKBONE AND THREAD

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1970

site

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These datascapes show the density of industrial manufacturing building typologies (white circles) vs housing vacancy (percentages depicted by holes in the fabric). North American St. acted as a “backbone�.

MULTI-DIMENSION SPATIAL FIELDS Concept sketch anchor points

Study models stretch vectors

applied force

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Plan View. Threads run from the backbone to the locations of surrounding industries, and their growth or decline over time is indicated by the slope of these threads, from the center (1970) to the edges (present day).


central void/spine: exterior studio space

movement to site

interior spaces

community network (1 point assigned to each household)

secondary exterior space

SCHEMATIC DESIGN AND STRATEGY

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B A system, with the aid of scripting, is developed in which points are assigned to the site based on surface area and elevation. These begin to define the site’s spatial boundaries and the points are then adjusted in section based on whether the space is occupied or vacant. A thread is run through the points and backbone, which is configured by the macro-circulation study. Macro Circulation schematic section interpretation

B Arrows indicate adjustments of points in spatial field: Projections above ground - create maximum visibility Below ground - generate flow into the backbone

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definition of the void as a reconfigured multi-dimensional field / derivative of abstract formal relatio

Scale: 1” = 800’

Scale: scale 1” = 200’

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Vacant space / activating threads

in the process of formally defining what would create the most engaging hubs of activity, 3 relationships are initially defined:

Schematic site plan

Occupied space / connective threads

projection above ground, allowing visibility into the space from multiple angles openings between the field allow for the generation of flow into the spine

engaging the underground and creating space that has potential for appropriate programs

PHYSICAL TRANSLATION OF SCHEMATIC DESIGN AND SPATIAL FIELDS

temporal program

arranged according to level of expected interactions (highest on left)

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Exterior view, facing west

Inspired by study models, the “threads� of the facade become mirrors alternating with transparent glass. The effect creates constantly undulating views from the ground into private spaces, facilitating movement around the site.

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5 Residences

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6 Digital Fabrication

2 Musicians’ Studios

6 Restaurant

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7 Convenience Store

3 Artist+Musician Cafe

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4 Classrooms

8 Administration

4 Lounge

CROSS SECTION

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VERTICAL CITIES Competition

SINGAPORE, MALAYSIA

Critic: Matthias Hollwich

With 3 others

2 days (production only)

July 2012

I was a member of the production team, and created these 2 renderings on my own. The team gave me 2 base renderings of their building design, and I used Photoshop to complete these images in 2 days. The traditional double loaded corridor is stretched to create public spaces within a massive public/private realm.

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PROFESSIONAL WORK CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF PHILADELPHIA COOPER UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL UNITHER BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER


CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF PHILADELPHIA EwingCole

Specialty Care and Outpatient Facility 130,000 SF Budget: $49mm

KING OF PRUSSIA, PA Expected Completion: Summer 2015

I worked with the design team for this project, and worked on schematic, design development and construction document phases of the project. The facade is comprised of a curtain wall with varied colored glass and fritted panels that create a pleasing and calming effect for the users as they enter the building. The interior lobby and waiting area contains “pods” for both children’s play zones and interior plantings. The design intent is to create an environment that make a hospital a more welcoming and comfortable environment and to ease the minds of the patients and their parents.

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SITE PLAN

The site orientation and vehicle access routes inform the building’s massing, surrounding landscape and pedestrian pathways. Vehicle Legend Patient egress / drop off

Staff egress / drop off

Service egress / loading dock

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The original design, which did not meet the client’s budget constraints due to changes in short-term financial planning, incorporated a curved curtain wall and extruded mullions that were painted in a gradient of colors across the façade.

MASSING STRATEGY

Mechanical

Entrance

Gym Sports Medicine

1. Lobby / High Profile Volume

2. Modified for program visibility to vehicles

3. Corrected to desired square footage

Extend into landscape and garden

Play with reflected perspective

Morning

Afternoon

Collect and reflect different light

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Close-up view of façade design looking into interior pods for children’s play spaces and reading areas.

Diagrammatic elevation drawing of façade.

FAÇADE DESIGN

Typical curtain wall lobby

Enliven with CHOP branded color

Break at spandrel to reduce scale

Shift cuts + extend edges through spandrel

Selectively remove mullions to enhance movement

Final

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COOPER UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL CAMDEN, NJ EwingCole

Interior Fit-out for 60 Patient Rooms

50,000 SF

Budget: $24mm

Expected Completion: August 2014

I worked with the design team for this project, as well as schematic, design development, construction document and construction administration phases of the project. I was responsible for the modeling and was the BIM captain for the project. The concept of the design was developed to create an environment that is intriguing and educational for patients, using imagery of the industrial and cultural history of New Jersey. The wood veneer ceiling clouds are designed in tandem with the users’ path as they circulate through the halls and waiting areas.

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The building was originally completed in 2007, and left 5 floors as open shell spaces for future fit-outs. This project is for the 8 th and 9 th floor fit-outs 2

3

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1 A5.1.8A

5 STAIR 2 P8S2

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7

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KP.3

P822

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

P821

P820

S

PATIENT ROOM P819

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

P818

P817

PATIENT ROOM P816

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

P814

P815

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

MULITPURPOSE ROOM

P811

P810

P809

P808

P812

CONSULT P806

S

CHART P820B

P817A

CHART P818B

1

P814A

CHART P814B

P856

CRASH CART

CHART P830B

PATIENT ROOM

P857

PASSAGE P852

LOBBY P801

P883

PASSAGE P878

PASSAGE P875

S P871

OFFICE EDUCATOR

CHART P835B

S

S

S

S

PASSENGER ELEVATOR

PASSENGER ELEVATOR

PASSENGER ELEVATOR

PASSENGER ELEVATOR

P4

P3

P2

P1

SERVICE ELEVATOR

SERVICE ELEVATOR

P889A

P888

SOILED WORKROOM

SERVICE ELEVATOR

P889

S5

EQUIPMENT P885 S

PAPER STORAGE P882 CHART P839B

CHART P837B

S

CHUTE ROOM

WORK AREA

CORRIDOR P886

P884

LINEN P881

MEDICATION P877

EQUIPMENT P874

TOILET STAFF

GREETER P887

S

S

S

OFFICE CLINICAL DIRECTOR

P872 S

CHART P833B

P879

WOW CHARGING

S

S

P880

WOW CHARGING

P870

P866

CHART P831B

1

P828

P876

S

P828A

OFFICE SHARED

P867

ELEC ROOM

NOURISH P864

PATIENT TOILET

D

CLEAN SUPPLY NOURISH P873

COLLABORATION STATION

P859

P851

OFFICE NP P869

OFFICE NP P869

X-RAY VIEWING

CLEAN SUPPLY

S

S

P827A

IDF ROOM P865

P863

P867A

WOW CHARGING

OFFICE ACD

TOILET STAFF

P862

EQUIPMENT P860

P855

PATIENT TOILET

S

1

S

WOW CHARGING PASSAGE P861

BLANKET WARMER

P827

S

S

MEDICATION P858

LINEN P854

CRASH CART

S

OFFICE HOTELING

PATIENT ROOM

S

CHART P809B

CHART P811B

2

S

SERVICE ELEVATOR

S7

S6

S

S

S

S

S

S8

S

S

CHART P841B

S

S

LOBBY P802 S S

S

CHART P828B

PATIENT ROOM BARIATRIC

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

P830A

P831A

P832A

P833A

P834A

P835A

PATIENT TOILET P836A

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM SW

P830

P831

P832

P833

P834

P835

P836

P829

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

P837A

P838A

P839A

P840A

P841A

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM 14' - 6" P838

PATIENT ROOM 14' - 6" P837

PATIENT ROOM

P839

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

EVS P846

STAIR 1 P8S1

ON CALL BED

PATIENT ROOM

P840

S

S

UP

P844

P841

ON CALL BED

S

PATIENT TOILET

S

S

P826

P850

P809A

P810A

S

S

CHART P826B

2

P811A

S

CHART P816B

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT PATIENT TOILET TOILET

P812A

S

PATIENT PATIENT TOILET TOILET

S

NOURISHMENT P807

S

PATIENT PATIENT TOILET TOILET P815A P816A

PATIENT TOILET

WAITING P803

S

P821A

1

P818A

P804

S

P822A

PATIENT TOILET

P819A

P820A

STORAGE P853

P826A

PATIENT ADA TOILET

PATIENT ADA TOILET

S

C

PATIENT TOILET

TOILET PUBLIC

P805

S

CHART P822B

PATIENT TOILET PATIENT ROOM ISOLATION

PATIENT TOILET

S

CHART P824B

S

P824

S

PATIENT ROOM ISOLATION

TOILET PUBLIC

S

PATIENT ROOM

1

S

P824A

S

PATIENT ADA TOILET

S

B

P845

P829A

LOUNGE P848

LOCKERS P847

TOILET STAFF P847A

E

2' - 6"

8 TH + 9 TH FLOOR PLAN 2

3

A

4

1 5

STAIR 2 P9S2

2

8

9

10

11

TYPICAL RCP FOR PATIENT ROOMS

PATIENT ROOM

1

PATIENT ROOM

P921

P920

P924A

P924

CHART P924B

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

P922A

P921A

PATIENT ROOM

P919

PATIENT ADA TOILET

PATIENT ADA TOILET

P920A

P919A

P918

P917

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

P918A

P917A

A6.3.1

CHART P920B

P926A

CHART P918B G

A7 A

SOILED WORKROOM

OFFICE SHARED

LINEN P954

P950

P927

A

CLEAN SUPPLY

P958 8' - -0"

P960

PASSAGE P962

8' - -0" TOILET STAFF

8' - -0"

A

A6.3.1

W

PATIENT TOILET

A

P928A

CHART P930B CHART P928B

1

12

PATIENT TOILET P930A

PATIENT ROOM P930

PATIENT ROOM BARIATRIC P929

P912A

8' - -2"

G

CHART P931B

PASSAGE P969

9 A6.3.1

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

P931A

P932A

P933A

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

P931

P932

G

CHART P935B

PATIENT ROOM P933

8' - -2"

P934A

P935A

PATIENT ROOM P934

P909A

CHART P909B

1

3 A6.2.9

P936A

PATIENT ROOM SW

P935

P936

1

OFFICE SHARED ACD

A8

P982

CORRIDOR P994

A7

WAITING P903

G

11

9' - -0"

1 A6.2.8

12 A6.3.1

LOBBY P901

Sim

1

P937A

PATIENT ROOM P937

G

8' - -2"

CHART P941B

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

P938A

P939A

P940A

P941A

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

P938

P939

P940

PASSENGER ELEVATOR P4

CHUTE ROOM

P986

P987A

PASSENGER ELEVATOR

PASSENGER ELEVATOR P2

P3

PASSENGER ELEVATOR P1

2 A6.2.9

SERVICE ELEVATOR

SERVICE ELEVATOR

P5

SERVICE ELEVATOR P7

P6

SERVICE ELEVATOR P8

A8 8' - -2"

CHART P939B

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT ROOM

1

8' - -4"

P987

? W

22'-8"

PATIENT TOILET

A

EQUIPMENT P983

CLEAN SUPPLY

R 3'-1 1"

1"

8' - -2"

WORK AREA SOILED HOLDING

P980

-1 R 3'

W

5

ON CALL WORK AREA

LOBBY P902

P942

TOILET / SHOWER STAFF P943

PATIENT ROOM P941

EVS

P944 ON CALL BED

STAIR 1 P9S1

P946

ON CALL BED

P945

PATIENT TOILET

8' - -2"

A6.3.1

A6.3.1

P984

P977

CHART P937B PATIENT TOILET

P981

8' - -2" W CORRIDOR

SOILED WORKROOM

A6.3.1

PATIENT ROOM

9' - -0"

A7 G

A7

8

MEDICATION P979

P972

PATIENT TOILET

G

3 A6.3.1

PATIENT TOILET

P910A 8' - -0"

PASSAGE P978

TOILET STAFF

PATIENT TOILET

P909

8' - -2"

G

OFFICE HOTELING

NOURISH P976

OFFICE CLINICAL DIRECTOR

P967

CHART P933B

1 A6.3.1

G

CHART P911B

P910

KP.3

P904

CONSULT P906

P908

1

TOILET PUBLIC

MULTIPURPOSE ROOM

PATIENT TOILET

P911A

CORRIDOR P990

PATIENT ROOM

NOURISHMENT P907

PATIENT TOILET

1

R 4'-1 "

P970

2

PATIENT TOILET

P911

A6.3.1

R 4'1"

OFFICE EDUCATOR

ELEC ROOM

NOURISH P965 8' - -0"

P912

PATIENT ROOM

A6.3.1

8' - -2"

8' - -2"

A6.3.1

1

A6.3.1

PATIENT TOILET

P914A

P971

A

8' - -0"

PASSAGE P952

PATIENT ROOM P928

MEDICATION P961

EQUIPMENT P959

OFFICE NP P951

P927A

PATIENT ROOM

1 W

IDF ROOM P966

P964

A8

CORRIDOR P992

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

P915A

CHART P914B 24'-9" 11 A6.3.1

PATIENT ROOM

P914

P915

PATIENT TOILET

CHART P916B

1

D

P916

8

CHART P926B

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT TOILET SIMILAR AT BARIATRIC P916A AND ISOLATION ROOMS

CORRIDOR P991

8' - -2"

P926

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

1

CHART P922B

PATIENT TOILET PATIENT ROOM ISOLATION

PATIENT ROOM

5' - 1"

P922

5'-0"

PATIENT ROOM ISOLATION

TOILET PUBLIC P905

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ADA TOILET

E

7

1

B

C

6

LOCKERS P947

LOUNGE P948

TOILET STAFF P947A

P929A

6

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3 ELEVATOR LOBBY

GREETER’S STATION,

2 LOOKING WEST

COLLABORATION

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2'10 "

4'-6"

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PATIENT ROOM

1

PATIENT ROOM

P921

P920

P924A

P924

CHART P924B

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

P922A

P921A

PATIENT ROOM

P919

PATIENT ADA TOILET

PATIENT ADA TOILET

P920A

P919A

P918

P917

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PATIENT TOILET

P918A

P917A

A6.3.1

CHART P920B

P926A

CHART P918B G

A7 A

SOILED WORKROOM

OFFICE SHARED

LINEN P954

P950

A

CLEAN SUPPLY

P958 8' - -0"

P960

PASSAGE P962

8' - -0" TOILET STAFF

W

CORRIDOR P992

P927A

D

A

PATIENT TOILET P928A

CHART P930B CHART P928B

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PATIENT TOILET P930A

PATIENT ROOM P930

PATIENT ROOM BARIATRIC P929

P912A

A

8' - -2"

8' - -2"

G

PASSAGE P969

9 A6.3.1

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

P932A

P933A

P931A

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

P931

P932

G

CHART P935B

8' - -2"

PATIENT ROOM P933

P934A

P935A

PATIENT ROOM P934

P909

PATIENT TOILET P909A

CHART P909B

8' - -2"

G

OFFICE HOTELING

1

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P936A

P936

8' - -2"

G

11 A6.3.1

A8

-1 R 3'

CORRIDOR P994

A7

9' - -0"

PATIENT TOILET P937A

PATIENT ROOM P937

8' - -2"

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

P938A

P939A

CHART P941B

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

P939

P940

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

P940A

P941A

PASSENGER ELEVATOR

PASSENGER ELEVATOR P2

P3

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Sim

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PASSENGER ELEVATOR P1

2 A6.2.9

P987A

SERVICE ELEVATOR

SERVICE ELEVATOR

P5

SERVICE ELEVATOR P7

P6

SERVICE ELEVATOR P8

A8 8' - -2"

CHART P939B

P938

CHUTE ROOM

P986

P987

?

PATIENT ROOM

P4

SOILED HOLDING

W

G

PASSENGER ELEVATOR

1 A6.2.8

12 A6.3.1

LOBBY P901

1

8' - -4"

WORK AREA

P984

22'-8"

8' - -2"

A

8' - -2" W CORRIDOR

R 3'-1 1"

1"

W

5 A6.3.1

ON CALL WORK AREA

LOBBY P902

P942

TOILET / SHOWER STAFF P943

PATIENT ROOM P941

EVS

P944 ON CALL BED

STAIR 1 P9S1

P946

ON CALL BED

P945

PATIENT TOILET

9' - -0"

WAITING P903

A7 G

EQUIPMENT P983

P980

CHART P937B PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT ROOM SW

P935

G

3 A6.3.1

A7

1

OFFICE SHARED ACD P982

CLEAN SUPPLY

P977

A6.3.1

PATIENT ROOM

P981

PASSAGE P978

P972

PATIENT TOILET

P910

P910A 8' - -0"

KP.3

P904

CONSULT P906

P908

1

TOILET PUBLIC

MULTIPURPOSE ROOM

PATIENT TOILET

8

MEDICATION P979

SOILED WORKROOM

TOILET STAFF

PATIENT TOILET

CHART P911B

CORRIDOR P990

NOURISH P976

OFFICE CLINICAL DIRECTOR

P967

CHART P933B

1 A6.3.1

P911A

1

PATIENT ROOM

NOURISHMENT P907

PATIENT TOILET G

R 4'-1 "

P970

2

CHART P931B

P911

A6.3.1

R 4'1"

OFFICE EDUCATOR

8' - -2"

ELEC ROOM

NOURISH P965 8' - -0"

P912

PATIENT ROOM

A6.3.1

A6.3.1

1

A6.3.1

PATIENT TOILET

P914A

P971

8' - -0"

PASSAGE P952

PATIENT ROOM P928

MEDICATION P961

EQUIPMENT P959

OFFICE NP P951

PATIENT ROOM

1 W

IDF ROOM P966

P964

8' - -0"

A

A8

PATIENT TOILET

PATIENT TOILET

P915A

CHART P914B 24'-9" 11 A6.3.1

PATIENT ROOM

P914

P915

PATIENT TOILET

CHART P916B

A6.3.1

1

P927

P916

8

CHART P926B

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT TOILET SIMILAR AT BARIATRIC P916A AND ISOLATION ROOMS

CORRIDOR P991

8' - -2"

P926

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ROOM

1

CHART P922B

PATIENT TOILET PATIENT ROOM ISOLATION

PATIENT ROOM

5' - 1"

P922

5'-0"

PATIENT ROOM ISOLATION

TOILET PUBLIC P905

PATIENT ROOM

PATIENT ADA TOILET

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10

R 6" R 9 "

5

B

C

2 '-

8' - 2"

1 COLLABORATION STATION RCP 2

9' - 0"

"

1'-1"

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LOCKERS P947

LOUNGE P948

TOILET STAFF P947A

P929A

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Patient room facing footwall

VERTICAL LED LIGHT DETAILS

TYPICAL PATIENT ROOM PLAN 44


Patient room with a view of Philadelphia

LED LIGHT DETAIL 45


UNITHER BIO-TECHNOLOGY CENTER EwingCole

Silver Spring Campus Phase 3

120,000 SF

SILVER SPRING, MD

Expected Completion: Spring 2017

United Therapeutics is expanding their campus with a new commericial building, including 10,000 SF of retail. The building will be net-zero and will achieve LEED Gold status, at a minimum. The solar panels are a significant part of the net-zero efforts, and the number of employees that the building can support is determined by the number of solar panels that can be constructed, based on the available space and budget constrains. My role primarily involved modeling the curtain wall and solar panels in Revit, as well as creatring details of these building systems.

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

FIRE DEPT ACCESS GATE SECOND FLOOR 352' - 0"

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FIRST FLOOR 337' - 0"

FL CURTAINWALL

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CUSTOM PERFORATED METAL SCREEN

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EAST ELEVATION - COLESVILLE ROAD

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SOLAR PANELS ON STANDING SEAM METAL ROOF METAL COLUMN ENCLOSURE

PRINCIPA JARED L

PENTHOUSE 432' - 0"

PROJECT DAN GUL

PROJEC JENNIFE SIXTH FLOOR 416' - 0"

REVISION CUSTOM PERFORATED METAL SCREEN FIFTH FLOOR 400' - 0"

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METAL PANEL

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SOLAR PANELS THIRD FLOOR 368' - 0"

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DRAWN B

SECOND FLOOR 352' - 0"

SOLAR PANELS

METAL PANEL

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PROJECT DRAWING

SOUTH A

FIRST FLOOR 337' - 0"

FLOOR/S

SOUTH ELEVATION

SCALE: 3/32" = 1'-0"

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PATRICK J CORRIGAN patrick.corrigan11@gmail.com

EDUCATION

1038 N. Orianna St Philadelphia, PA 19123 Mobile: 339-225-0165

University of Pennsylvania School of Design | Philadelphia, PA | 2009 – 2012 Master of Architecture and Certificate in Real Estate Design + Development Tufts University | Medford, MA | 2004 – 2008 Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies | Cum Laude Graduate Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation | Paris, France | Spring 2007 Completed the New York/Paris: The Shape of Two Cities Program. Harvard University Graduate School of Design | Cambridge, MA | Summer 2005 Completed the Career Discovery Program in Architecture.

EXPERIENCE EWING COLE Philadelphia, PA 2012-2014 Architectural Intern Projects: Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Cooper University Hospital and United Therapeutics Biotechnology Offices Developed design concepts with team members, studied current market trends and produced concept inspiration boards. Created digital models and renderings with design teams and presented schemes to clients. Served as Revit/BIM captain for design development and construction document packages for Cooper University Hospital. Coordinated with contractors and manufacturers, primarily to ensure the successful installation of complex ceiling and millwork designs.

STEVEN LEACH, JR. + ASSOCIATES Bangkok, Thailand Summer 2011 Architectural Internship

Produced construction documents for a 55 story office tower in Bangkok and a private villa in Phuket, Thailand. Developed pre-fabrication design schemes for townhouses outside Bangkok, working with designers and the business development team.

GENERAL GROWTH PROPERTIES Natick, MA Tenant Coordinator and Construction Management Intern

2007-2008

Worked on-site with the Tenant Coordination team for the Natick Collection mixed-use expansion project. Analyzed construction documents and managed distribution of building materials to tenants. Supervised construction and tenants’ cooperation with the base building design and regulations.

PAUL LUKEZ ARCHITECTURE Somerville, MA Spring 2008 Architectural Internship Projects: Flip-A-Strip competition to revitalize strip malls in Arizona, Master plan proposal for Zhoushan, China Conducted research, design studies and site analysis; produced drawings and diagrams for proposals and design competitions.

PUBLICATIONS + AWARDS “Skypath” and “Facade Generator” – selected for PennDesign WORK 2010-11 and Pressing Matters 2011-2013 “Backbone + Thread” – published in “Meander Variegating Architecture”, by Professors Jenny Sabin and Ferda Kolatan | 2010 Honorable Mention – “Live Cinema” | John Stewardson Memorial Design Competition at the University of Pennsylvania | 2012 Winner – E. Lewis Dales Traveling Fellowship | University of Pennsylvania portfolio competition for 2nd year M.Arch students | 2011 1st Place – Ideal Beam Structure Competition | University of Pennsylvania | 2010

LEADERSHIP Panelist – Invited by Penn Career Services to speak to current students at PennDesign’s Careers in Architecture Panel | Spring 2014 Volunteer draftsman – Worked for Plan Techos architects on residential projects in Buenos Aires, Argentina | Spring 2009 Teaching Assistant – Intermediate/Advanced Architectural Design at Tufts University | Fall 2007 President – Tufts Architectural Society | Organized and hosted an undergraduate competition in Boston | 2006 – 2008

TECHNICAL SKILLS Rhinoceros, VRay, Grasshopper, Sketchup, AutoCAD, Ecotect, Inventor, 3d Studio Max, Revit 2014, Navisworks, Newforma Adobe Illustrator, Flash, InDesign, Photoshop, After Effects; Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint 50

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