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mario rodriguez school of architecture and community design university of south florida


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CONTACT INFO: MARIO RODRIGUEZ MRODRI16@MAIL.USF.EDU CIVICLIZED99@YAHOO.COM 561-703-8807

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A DESIGN A

6-15 USF CHARRETTE U

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A DESIGN C

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K K.I.T. CHARRETTE

26-31

FALL 2009 SUMMER 2009 SUMMER 2009 SUMMER 2009


B DESIGN B

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DESIGN DEVELOPMENT D

56-63 SOLAR DECATHLON S

50-55 REVIT

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FALL 2009 SUMMER 2010

SPRING 2010

SUMMER 2010


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noah nothing teaching and caring center 7

spring 2009

A design/build studio ADVANCED DESIGN

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SCHEMATIC DESIGN GROUP SASHA DALLA COSTA TAMMY RIFE MARIO RODRIGUEZ GEORGE SCARFE For the spring 2009 semester. The design/build studio featured as a project the development of a 2000sf facility whose main function will be to serve as food pantry and community space for the noah nothing teaching and caring center. The design of such a place included a wide range of challenges in terms of both design and construction, which provided a great opportunity for us to expand our learning experience through a hands on approach. Beyond the traditional design studio challenges, the group aspect of the class provided an extra level of complexity that is not present in most architecture studios where the emphasis is on individual solutions. This project was also a great opportunity for the school and students to continue developing community links which were being established in previous years with local professionals and contractors. The intense work pace and dedication of all the team members and contributors highlights the understanding of the social and moral responsibility that architects and contractors have with their neighborhoods.

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PRELIMINARY SCHEME 9

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FLOOR PLAN

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ENTRY SCENE

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OUTDOOR DECK AREA

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1. entry deck 2. lobby/main office 3. food pantry/storage 4. community gathering space 5. computer acess room 6. outdoor deck 7. equip. storage 8. kitchen 9. private garden

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FINAL PROPOSAL

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DESIGN-A TEAM

DESIGN-A TEAM

CHABLIS APPLEWHITE BRANDON BARTLE JOSHUA JONES PAUL MARTINEZ DANA NIELSEN MARIO RODRIGUEZ

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c construction documents

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construction sequence

1 1. february 2009 2. may 2009 3. june2009 4. august 2009

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design group brandon bartle dana nielsen mario rodriguez

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nishioji complex_kyoto_japan 17

summer 2009

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s project site nishioji jr station complex south-west kyoto, japan 34 o 58’ 45” n

135 o 44’ 22” e

d existing density

the project focus is an industrial complex that is being phased out to allow the existing residential neighborhood space for expansion. the complex is composed of 30-40 ft high warahouses almost 500 ft long, bordered by a storm water canal and an extensive railway.

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s stormwater canal

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WITH THE INCREASED DENSITY OF THE INCOMING RESIDENTIAL BLOCKS, THE PROJECT SOLUTION FOCUSED ON PROVIDING THE SITE WITH THE SUPPORTING SERVICES AND AMENITIES. oNCE THIS PORTION IS COMPLETE, IT WOULD SERVE A MODEL FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE INDUSTRIAL AREAS THAT OCUPPY PRIME SPACE WITHIN THE CITY. THE MAIN ASPECT OF THE PROPOSAL WAS TO TAKE MAJOR EXISTING ELEMENTS AND TURN THEM INTO ASSETS OF THE COMMUNITY.

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MAIN STRATEGIES - EXPEND JR STATION TO HANDLE INCREASED VOLUME - WIDEN STORM WATER CANAL WITH A PUBLIC USE SPACE WHICH HIGHLIGHTS THE IMPORTANCE OF WATER IN KYOTO - ALLOW A LARGE PLOT OF LAND TO REMAIN OPEN FOR AGRICULTURAL USE AS IT IS ALREADY WIDELY ACCEPTED THROUGH OUT THE CITY. - ADD RAIL CAR LINE RUNING THROUGH THE COMMERCIAL PORTION OF THE SITE, SHRINKING TRAVEL DISTANCE FROM THE SITE TO THE REST OF THE CITY

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EXISTING

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block pattern

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light rail station

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light rail track

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S CROSS SECTION

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WITH THE EXPANDED JR STATION, THERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN THE TWO SIDES OF THE RAIL TRACKS, WHICH AT POINTS STRETCH OVER 100 FT ACROSS.

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design group 3 usf students 2 k.i.t. students

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k.i.t._kyoto_japan 27

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three houses_charrette

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r row house

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1 ground level

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1 TATAMI MODULE

.955 m

1.91 m

R 4-1/2 TATAMI MAT ROOM

ALTHOUGH THE HOUSES HAVE A CONTEMPORARY APPROACH, THE TRADITIONAL METHOD OF SIZING ROOMS AND SPACES IS CARRIED ON; THE TATAMI MAT SERVES AS THE BASIS FOR THE LAYOUT OF FLOOR PLAN MUCH LIKE TRADITIONAL MACHiya


c corner house

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multi-family dweling category 1 st place

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lakeland housing typology 33

fall 2009

all-school charrette

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l lakeland site The design of our duplex for the Parker Street neighborhood is based on intertwining and conjoining neighbors yet still allowing for individual family seclusion. Hierarchical walls in the duplex simultaneously connect and divide, leading to interaction and privacy. While the two sides of the duplex physically overlap, the homes themselves feel independent and distinct. The duplex is an affordable option because it is designed on a grid based on Structural Insulated Panels (SIP), allowing houses to be constructed relatively quickly. SIP panes are made of rigid plastic insulation between structural layers of Oriented Strand Board (OSB), an eco-friendly material. These panels are very strong, energy-efficient and costeffective. Shorter construction time and less job-site waste lead to a more cost-efficient building material than normal wood frame construction. Also, the insulating efficiency of SIP panels is 97%, while normal wood frame construction has an efficiency of only 50%. The better insulating properties of SIP panels lead to lower air conditioning costs. The duplex would be clad in corrugated aluminum, a cost-efficient material, which eliminates the need for painting, can withstand hurricane force winds without being damaged, and protects the exterior of the building. The duplex would be more durable because aluminum is such a low-maintenance material. A wood screen on the South side of the duplex provides filtered shade and allows less heat to penetrate into the volume of glass, while still providing ample natural light. Artificial lighting would be used less, leading to less energy consumption. The screen on the north face of the duplex, aids in establishing measures of privacy.

AXONOMETRIC DIAGRAM A

FLOOR AREA ALLOCATIONS: MASTER BED BEDROOM 1 BEDROOM 2

224 SQ FT 140 SQ FT 150 SQ FT

upper bath

60 SQ FT

GROUND FLR SECOND FLR

611 SQ FT 728 SQ FT

TOTAL:

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1339 SQ FT


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south elevation

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C SOUTH-EAST CORNER s section a-a

I INTERIOR SPACE

d sip wall detail

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park_scape riverfront complex 39

fall 2009

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p park

a protected area in a natural, semi-natural or constructed environment which is set aside for human recreation and enjoyment. it may consist of rocks. soil, water and fauna.

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L PROJECT LOCATION

a activity

- LIVE - WORK - PLAY - SHOP - EAT - ENTERTAIN - RECREATE

82 O 27’ 41” W

A SEAMLESS COMBINATION OF LANDSCAPE FEATURES SHAPED AND INFORMED BY HUMAN ACTIVITY AND PROGRAMATIC ISSUES, ADRESSING QUESTIONS OF CONNECTION, ACCESSIBILITY, AND SECURITY.

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l landscape

comprises the visible features of an area of land, including physical elements such as landforms, living elements of fauna and flora, abstract elements like lighting and weather conditions and human elements such as activity and the built environment

e elements - physical - ABSTRACT - HUMAN

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27 O 56’ 43� N


in order to fully integrate all the programatic requirements with a response to the problem statement, i began searching for a concept originated by the space and function of not just the built conditions, but also of the space in between. by generating an understanding of landscape as a combination of human, physical and abstract elements including the built environment, this project seeks to re-habilitate the severed connections of this community as a neighborhood and as a part of the city by encouraging vertical interaction of all the aspects of this mixed use development. the combination of this understanding and the use of the idea of a park as a metaphor for a place where “families� come together and share a common space. this concept then starts to be perceived as an image where the landscape (buildings) and park (activities) begin to form a symbiotic relationship where a neighborhood community flourishes.

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p program requirements PAARKING OFFICE RETAIL

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RESIDENTIAL

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s site plan

o office complex

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p public plaza

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l level 10

16 322’

14 298’

12 274’

VERTICAL NEIGHBORHOD N

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250’

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DESIGN TEAM MARIO RODRIGUEZ JONATHAN BRANNON LUCIANO ESPOSITO DIMITAR DIMITROV FACULTY STANLEY RUSSELL MARK WESTON

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TEAM FLORIDA_FLEX HOUSE 51

SPRING 2010

SOLAR DECATHLON PROPOSAL

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P PROPOSAL DIAGRAMS T TRANSPORT

D DEPLOYMENT

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S STORAGE


Parasol: Shading- A parasol-like structure will shade the roof, walls and courtyard. Water Collection- The parasol will feed rainwater to a water feature and cistern for site irrigation. The PV array and Solar Thermal Panels- are supported by the parasol framework for flexibility and easy maintenance without touching the building envelope.

Ventilation: Sliding glass panels on the north and south walls allow the envelope to open up to the courtyard for natural ventilation, during mild months, or close down for mechanical cooling during hot humid months. High ceilings allow warmer air to rise and a solar chimney with operable vents induces ventilation.

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TAMPA, Fla. (Apr. 30, 2010)

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The University of South Florida is part of a team selected to participate in the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon which will be held on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. in the fall of 2011. Teammates include Florida State University, the University of Central Florida and the University of Florida under the banner “Team Florida.�

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TEAM FLORIDA

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summer 2010

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

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S SCHEMATICS OWNER: J&A LLC. PARCEL ID: 0856-15-0001 ADDRESS: Medical Blvd Englewood, FL. 34223 LEGAL DESCRIPTION: COM AT SE COR of SEC 32-40-20 LAND AREA: 1,407,796 sf. SITE AREA: 413,275 sf. ZONING CODE: PUD Planned Unit DeveloPment MODR Moderate Density Residential STORM SURGE: 6-8 ft. WINDS: 96-110 mph. OCCUPANCY CLASSIFICATION: Institutional

1 ground level

CONSTRUCTION TYPE: Type II B BUILDING AREA: 1ST LEVEL 14,790 sf. 2ND LEVEL 13,120 sf. BUILDING HEIGHT: 28 ft above grade 2 stories SEPARATION FROM PROPERTY LINES: N-170 ft. S-708 ft. W- 89 ft. E-51 ft.

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S WALL SECTION

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C CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE

4 STEEL DECKS

3 STEEL FRAME

2 SHEAR WALLS

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ROOF COMPOSITION 1. STEEL TUBE FRAME 2. FASCIA COVER 3. STEEL ANGLE 4. ROOFING DECK 5. VAPOR BARRIER 6. RIGID SLOPED INSULATION 7. WOOD BLOCKING 8. SINGLE PLY ROOFING MEMBRANE 9. COUNTERFLASHING 10. METAL COPING 11. CONTINIOUS CLEAT 12. 3” PRE-CAST CONCRETE PANEL

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M MECHANICAL

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I INTERIOR DETAIL

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2X8 SEALED CEDAR 1” STEEL ANGLE WELDED TO PLATE 1/4” STEEL PLATET 3/8” THREADED ROD METAL DECK CONCRETE FLOOR ABOVE STRUCTURE BEYOND

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summer 2010

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D SCHEMATIC DRAWING PROPOSAL

MY MAIN FOCUS FOR THIS PROJECT WAS TO LEARN HOW TO MANIPULATE AND MODIFY REVIT’S GENERIC MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS INTO UNIQUE ELEMENTS OF DESIGN WHICH CARRY ON FROM EARLIER SCHEMATIC STAGES

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ORIGINAL PROPOSAL

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UPPER DECK

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