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PORTFOLIO RAPHAEL DE LA FONTAINE


RAPHAEL DE LA FONTAINE CITY OF BIRTH: SAN FRANCISCO FAVORITE SPORT: SOCCER FAVORITE FOOD: MEXICAN LANGUAGES: ENGLISH, HEBREW, GERMAN, SPANISH (MÁS O MENOS)


INDEX ACADEMIC PROJECTS 2011 2010 2009 2008 2008 2007

OCCUPYING THE BOUNDARY EAGLEBROOK SCIENCE MACHINE GRADUATE MIXER KINDERGARTEN LIBRARY

     

PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS 2011-12 2011-12 2011 CURRENT

SANKEY ROAD UNION SUN NEW WORLD 223 CRYSTAL DRIVE

   

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS CURRENT 2012 2011 2011 2010

UNIFICATION PROJECT KANGAROO LOFTS CLIMBING TIKAL VERTICAL NEIGHBORHOOD SUKKAH CITY

   


ACADEMIC PROJECTS


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

5TH YEAR THESIS 2011 PROJECT: SITE: ADVISORS: INSTITUTION:

OCCUPYING THE BOUNDARY KIDRON VALLEY, JERUSALEM YAEL EREL & ERIC WONG PRATT INSTITUTE


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

OCCUPYING THE BOUNDARY JERUSALEM PRATT INSTITUTE THESIS, 2011

ARCHITECTURE OF BOUNDARIES THE LINES ON A MAP ARE IDENTIFIABLE PHYSICAL OR SPATIAL BUFFERS SUCH AS WALLS, ROADS, D SEGREGATION IS NOT ALWAYS EXPLICIT. HOWEVER, UPON CLOSER EXAMINATION OF MAPS, CLEAR C THE FRONTIER TYPOLOGIES ARE INTERRUPTED BY CONTROLLED POINTS OF PASSAGE THAT HAVE WI TUTES A THIRD CONDITION: THE BOUNDARY ITSELF. DUE TO THE CRUCIAL ROLE AND ITS IMPACT O


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS 1925 9255

DIKES, SLOPES OR VALLEYS.

NEVERTHELESS, THESE LINES ARE ALSO ETHNIC TERRITORIAL LINES WHICH REFLECT THE PERSISTENT SOCIAL, ECONOMIC AND SPATIAL DIVISIONS. EVIDENCE OF PHYSICALLY THEY ARE MANIFESTED BY EVER MORPHING MATERIALS AND SPATIAL BUFFERS SUCH AS WALLS, ROADS, DIKES, SLOPES OR VALLEYS. IDELY INCREASED THE HARDSHIPS OF BOTH THOSE MAINTAINING AND THOSE CONTROLLED BY THEM. WHILE THE LINE IN REALITY PROVES TO HAVE VARIOUS FORMS AND MEANINGS, IT CONSTION ALL THREE PARTIES, THE OPPORTUNITY OF MEANINGFUL INTERVENTION LIES WITHIN THE THREE DIMENSIONAL SPACE OF THE BOUNDARY.

CONTINUOUS BOUNDARIES BECOME APPARENT.

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INFRASTRUCTURE

TOPOGRAPHY

WALL


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

OCCUPYING THE BOUNDARY JERUSALEM PRATT INSTITUTE THESIS, 2011

KIDRON VALLEY KIDRON, IS UNDOUBTEDLY ONE OF THE MOST INFLUENTIAL VALLEYS IN THE WORLD. PART OF THE OF THE OLD CITY OF JERUSALEM, SEPARATING THE TEMPLE MOUNT FROM THE MOUNT OF OLI ABSORB THE IMMENSE PRESSURES FROM THE WEST AND THE EAST, TWO WORLDS IT HAS KEPT D HOWEVER, THE VALLEY IS ANYTHING BUT EMPTY. IT IS FILLED WITH THE METAPHYSICAL, SPIRITS, P THIS WAS A PLACE WHERE OFFERINGS TO GOD WERE MADE. TWO OFFERINGS WERE MADE TO GO WHO WAS CAPTURED WHILE PRAYING HERE AT THE FOOT OF THE OLIVE MOUNT. HE PRAYED FOR THE BIBLE CALLS IT THE VALLEY OF JEHOSHAPHAT,- “THE VALLEY WHERE GOD WILL JUDGE”. IT A LIVING THAT SURROUND IT, A PEACE THAT SEEMINGLY CAN ONLY BE RESURRECTED BY THE MESSIA

TEMPLE MOUNT

& KIDRON TIME LAPSE


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

GREAT AFRICAN SYRIAN RIFT, THE DESERTED NATURAL VALLEY IS FILLED WITH SMALL STREAMS, ROCKY TERRAINS AND OLIVE TREES. THE KIDRON VALLEY RUNS ALONG THE EASTERN WALL JUDEAN DESERT, TOWARDS THE DEAD SEA, THE LOWEST SURFACE OF OUR WORLD. ITS SPATIAL CAPACITY AND CONTINUITY ALLOWS IT TO DIVIDED FOR DECADES. THE PRESSURES WITHIN THIS BOUNDARY PREVENT FROM ANY LIVING ORGANISM TO OCCUPY ITS SACRED TERRITORY. PERSPECTIVES BUT FIRST AND FOREMOST IT IS FILLED WITH MEMORIES; MEMORIES OF THE CREATION, MEMORIES OF THE ANCIENT CULTURES AND MEMORIES OF THE DEAD. IN ANCIENT TIMES, OD AND ONE “SAIR LAAZAZEL”, MEANING ONE SCAPEGOAT WAS TOSSED DOWN THE CLIFF TO HELL. AMONG THOSE OFFERINGS WAS A MAN NAMED JOSHUA BEN YOSEF (AKA JESUS CHRIST), R EVERYONE TO COME TOGETHER AND WITH HIS DEATH, HE MAY HAVE DIVIDED THE TWO SIDES FOREVER. APPEARS IN THE PROPHECIES AS THE PLACE FROM WHERE THE MESSIAH WILL ARRIVE. OVER 150 THOUSAND SOULS REST IN PEACE IN ITS GROUNDS, A PEACE THAT IS LONGED BY ALL THE AH WHO SHALL REUNITE THE PEOPLE.

IVES. IT THEN DESCENDS EAST THROUGH THE

SECTION COLLAGE THROUGH KIDRON VALLEY


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

OCCUPYING THE BOUNDARY JERUSALEM PRATT INSTITUTE THESIS, 2011

DEMATERIALIZING THE ROCK THE EASTERN WALL OF JERUSALEM, ALONG WITH THE JEHOSAPHAT VALLEY, SERVE AS THE ULTI THOUSANDS OF YEARS. THE ROCK INSIDE THE DOME SERVES AS A CRITICAL FOCAL POINT OF TENS THE ARCHITECTURE PROPOSES A PUBLIC PASSAGE WITHIN, ACROSS AND ALONG THIS BOUNDARY. THE PASSAGE STARTS OFF AT SOLOMON’S UNDERGROUND STABLES TO THE SOUTH, CONTINUES O GATE, LEADING TO A SUNKEN PLAZA AND A ROCK PERFORMANCE CENTER.

ROCK THEATER SECTION

GOLDEN GATE SECTION

HIGHLINE SECTION


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

MATE BARRIER BETWEEN THE

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

WEST AND THE EAST. THE KNOWN AND THE UNKNOWN LAYERS SURROUNDING THE TEMPLE MOUNT CONTAIN THE HISTORICAL EVENTS AND ARTIFACTS OF OVER

SION DUE TO ITS INDESCRIBABLE SIGNIFICANCE TO ALL MAJOR RELIGIONS.

BY MATERIALIZING THE WALL AND CREATING CAREFULLY FRAMED OPENINGS, THIS HIGHLY RESTRICTED ZONE IS RECLAIMED BY THE PUBLIC IN ALL ITS GLORY. AL-AQSA AND DOME OF THE ROCK PLAZAS. SUBSEQUENTLY, THE PATH PASSES PERPENDICULARLY THROUGH THE “LOCKED” GOLDEN

ON A HIGHLINE WITH FRAMED VIEWS OF THE GLORIOUS


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

ADVANCED DESIGN 2010 PROJECT: SITE: ADVISORS: INSTITUTION:

CAMPUS ADMISSIONS EAGLEBROOK, MASSACHUSETTS LOUIS GOODMAN PRATT INSTITUTE


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

CAMPUS ADMISSIONS EAGLEBROOK

ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO 09

ADVANCED DESIGN, 2010

EAGLEBROOK ADMINISTRATION BUILDING THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING SERVES THE SCHOOL BOTH PROGRAMMATICALLY AS WELL AS A PO

BEYOND ITS INTERIOR BOUNDARIES IN ORDER TO ENGAGE WITH THE LARGER EXTENDS OF THE CAM

SPECIFIC INCLUDING WOOD FOR THE DOMESTIC PLANNED OFFICES AND CONCRETE FOR THE FORM

Physical model Guest Entrance

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Site plan Eaglebrook campus

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N 1 ft = 1/32 32

1. Parking 2. Guest entrance 3. Campus entrance 4. Cafeteria 5. Bryant Arts Center 6. Thurston Chase Learning Center 7. Baines House 8. Campus


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

INT OF ENTRY AND AS A MISSING LINK ON THE CAMPUS.

THE MOVEMENT THROUGH THE BUILDING AND ITS ORIENTATION ADAPTS TO THE SITE PRESSURES WHILE THE ARCHITECTURE EXTENDS THE BUILDING CREATES A DELIBERATE DIALOGUE BETWEEN MATERIALS OF POURED CONCRETE AND WOOD. THE EXCITING RESULTS CREATE INTERIOR EXPERIENCES FACILITATING THE MAL LOBBIES AND MEETING ROOMS.

MPUS.

Section A Lobby



Section B 

Physical model Grand elevation


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

CAMPUS ADMISSIONS EAGLEBROOK ADVANCED DESIGN, 2010

Ground Level Plan Adjacent Lobbies


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

2nd Level Plan Administration Departments

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

Roof Plan Physical Model


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

ADVANCED DESIGN 2009 PROJECT: SITE: ADVISORS: INSTITUTION:

SCIENCE MACHINE POTSDAM, GERMANY JONAS COERSMEIER PRATT INSTITUTE


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS SCIENCE MACHINE POTSDAM

ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO 012

ADVANCED DESIGN, 2009

IASS SCIENCE BUILDING IN OCTOBER 2007, A GROUP OF 15 NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS GATHERED AT THE TELEGRAFENBER WHICH INCLUDED THE IDEA OF A NEW DEDICATED RESEARCH INSTITUTION. SUBSEQUENTLY THE INS TELEGRAFENBERG.

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4

1 3

2

SITE PLAN TELEGRAFENBERG, POTSDAM


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

RG, A HILL SOUTH OF

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

POTSDAM THAT IS HOME TO SEVERAL RENOWNED SCIENTIFIC OBSERVATORIES AND FACILITIES. TOGETHER THEY FORMULATED A NEW GLOBAL DEAL FOR SUSTAINABILITY, (IASS) WAS FOUNDED IN MAY 2009. THE PROJECT IS TO DESIGN A PERMANENT HOME FOR THE IASS AT THE

STITUTE FOR ADVANCED CLIMATE, EARTH SYSTEM AND SUSTAINABILITY STUDIES


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THE INTEGRATED SITE MACHINE

ACADEMIC PROJECTS SCIENCE MACHINE POTSDAM ADVANCED DESIGN, 2009

SCIENTIFIC METHOD HUNDRED YEARS AFTER EINSTEIN’S FIRST THEORIES AND THEIR ATTEMPTED VALIDATION IN POTSD PARADIGM. NO THEORETICAL MODELS NEED TO BE CONSTRUCTED AND TESTED WHEN STATISTICAL OR MODELS OF THE SYSTEMS AROUND US. IT SIMPLY LOOKS AT THE SYSTEMS THEMSELVES.

SECTION DEVELOPMENT ADVANCED TOPOLOGICAL STUDIES


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

DAM, THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD (HYPOTHESIS AND PROOF) IS BECOMING OBSOLETE.

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

WITH UNIVERSAL ACCESS TO ENORMOUS AMOUNTS OF DATA, SCIENCE IS SHIFTING TO AN ALGORITHMIC

L ALGORITHMS FIND PATTERNS AND DIRECT ANSWERS BY CRAWLING THROUGH A GLOBAL DATABASE. IT IS A NEW WAY OF UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD THAT DISPENSES WITH UNIFIED THEORIES

LONGITUDINAL SECTION LONG SPAN STRUCTURE

ADAPTIVE SKIN STUDY


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

COMPREHENSIVE DESIGN 2008 PROJECT: SITE: ADVISORS: INSTITUTION:

GRADUATE MIXER BROOKLYN GREG MERRYWEATHER PRATT INSTITUTE


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS GRADUATE MIXER BROOKLYN COMPREHENSIVE DESIGN, 2008

SECTION EXTRAVERTED APARTMENT

SECTION INTROVERTED APARTMENT

APARTMENT ASSEMBLY EXTRAVERTED UNIT

APARTMENT ASSEMBLY INTROVERTED UNIT

facade skin intrusion

PTAC in/output

corridor wall extrusion

unit living space with skin intrusion

unit bathroom

corridor


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

r/public level

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

SECTIONS DUPLEX APARTMENTS

6 UNIT TYPES DUPLEX APARTMENTS


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS GRADUATE MIXER BROOKLYN COMPREHENSIVE DESIGN, 2008

PRATT GRADUATE DORMITORY THE PROJECT FOCUSES ON AN URBAN GRADUATE STUDENT HOUSING TYPE. THE PROPOSAL CARE PRIVATE SPACE FOR THE STUDENT. BASED ON A SKIP STOP SYSTEM, THE BUILDING INCORPORATES VERTED FLOORS”.

STREET FRONT ELEVATION 1/8” SCALE PHYSICAL MODEL - COMMUNITY LOUNGES

LOUNGE FLOORS 2 DOUBLE LEVEL LOUNGES CREATE AN IMPORTANT MEETING POINT IN THE EXTRAVERTED LEVELS.


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

FULLY INTRODUCES

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

6 TYPES OF APARTMENT UNITS, SHARED AMONG TWO STUDENTS. THE VARIANCE BETWEEN THE UNITS ALLOWS FOR SPECIFIC SHARING WHILE MAINTAINING THE NECESSARY

S MULTIPLE STUDENT LOUNGES, PUBLIC TERRACES AND ADDITIONAL FACILITIES ON THE “EXTRAVERTED FLOORS”, WHILE OFFERING PRIVACY AND PRIVATE BALCONIES ON THE MORE “INTRO-

BUILDING AGGREGATION STUDY DYNAMIC PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION

TYPICAL PLANS INTROVERTED VS EXTRAVERTED


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

INTERMEDIATE DESIGN 2008 PROJECT: SITE: ADVISORS: INSTITUTION:

KINDERGARTEN BROOKLYN PHILIPPE BAUMANN PRATT INSTITUTE


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS KINDERGARTEN

BROOKLYN

INTERMEDIATE DESIGN, 2008 A Ages 3-4: Learn by observing and listening to instructions Organize objects by size and shape Understand how to group and match object according to color Have a longer attention span of around 5 to 15 minutes A Ages 4-5: Runs, starts, stops, and moves around obstacles with ease. Understands the sequence of daily events: Follows two to three step directions given individually or in a group Cooperates with others; participates in group activities Ages: A Learns to skip using alternative feet. Enjoys and often has one or two focus friendships. Participates in group play and shared activities with other children

ARCHITECTURE AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT THE SCHOOL IN MARL THAT WAS DESIGNED BY THE ARCHITECT HANS SCHAROUN IS RIGHTLY SEEN REALIZE AN EXEMPLARY LEARNING SPACE: STARTING FROM THE “NEST-LIKE” AND “SECRET AREAS” “AT HOME”. IN THE CENTRE OF THE COMPARATIVELY LARGE SCHOOL IS A SHELL-SHAPED SCHOOL H THEIR INNOVATIVE SPACE SOLUTIONS WERE HONORED IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE EXHIBITION. IT IS


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

N AS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT EXAMPLES OF MODERN POST-WAR ARCHITECTURE IN

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

NORTH-RHINE WESTPHALIA. WITH THE MARL SCHOOL, SCHAROUN RECEIVED AN OPPORTUNITY TO WHAT THEY ALL HAVE IN COMMON IS THAT THEY IMPART THE FEELING OF BEING HALL, AROUND WHICH THE “PUPILS’ HOMES” ARE GROUPED. A TOTAL OF NINE SCHOOL ARCHITECTURE PROJECTS BY SCHAROUN, AND THE MARL SCHOOL IN PARTICULAR, TOGETHER WITH MADE CLEAR HERE THAT A HIGH-QUALITY SCHOOL BUILDING PROVIDES OPTIMAL PRECONDITIONS FOR TEACHING AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT. FOR PUPILS IN THE FIRST YEARS THROUGH TO THE “RATIONAL” THINKING ROOMS FOR THE SENIOR CLASSES.


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS KINDERGARTEN

BROOKLYN

INTERMEDIATE DESIGN, 2008

URBAN KINDERGARTEN THIS PROJECT EMPHASIZES THE IMPORTANCE OF CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT THROUGH BOTH INTE AND VISUAL IMPACT OF THE THRIVING WILLIAMSBURG SHORE FRONT. OVERLOOKING THE EAST RIV

FORMAL DROP OFF

SECTION STUDIES

NS CIRCULATION SPINE

PHYSICAL MODEL OF CIRCULATION SPINE


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

ERNAL AS WELL AS ENVIRONMENTAL PRESSURES.

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

THROUGH THE ANALYSIS OF THE KINDERGARTEN PROGRAM, CAREFULLY TAILORED SPACES SHELTER THE YOUNG CLIENT FROM THE AUDIBLE

VER, SUNKEN GARDENS FRAME THE DISTANT AND REASSURING SKYLINE OF MANHATTAN.

NS SECTION

- CLASSROOMS

WALL SECTIONS

NS SECTIONS

- TEACHERS LOUNGE OVERLOOKING PLAYCOURT

- INTERFACES


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

INTERMEDIATE DESIGN 2007 PROJECT: SITE: ADVISORS: INSTITUTION:

INFINITE RAMP BROOKLYN JEREMY CARVALHO PRATT INSTITUTE


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS INFINITE RAMP

BROOKLYN

INTERMEDIATE DESIGN, 2007

PHYSICAL MODEL SKIN RESEARCH

AERIAL DIAGRAM PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

NS SECTION

PLAN ROOFSCAPE

LONG SECTION CONTINUOUS RAMP


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS INFINITE RAMP

BROOKLYN

INTERMEDIATE DESIGN, 2007

GREENPOINT LIBRARY THE LIBRARY OF THE FUTURE IS AN EVER-MOVING INFORMATION HIGHWAY. THE UNDERLYING STRU MOLECULE STRUCTURE. AS A RESULT, HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL STRUCTURE MORPH TO CREATE



PHYSICAL MODEL 30” X 14” X 24”   


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

UCTURE OF THE PROJECT IS DEVELOPED THROUGH MICRO-ANALYSIS OF GALLIUM MOLECULAR CLUSTERS.

E A CONTINUOUS CIRCULATION THROUGH THE PROJECT.

DEVELOPED BAY MODULE LASER CUT TEMPLATE

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THE PROCESS ALLOWS CAPITALIZING ON THE TECTONIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

CONDOMINIUM TOWER 2011-12 PROJECT: SITE: ROLE: FIRM:

SANKEY ROAD BANGALORE, INDIA DESIGNER KOHN PEDERSEN FOX

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

ROOFTOP POOL FLOOR PLAN

DUPLEX UPPER FLOOR PLAN

DUPLEX ENTRY FLOOR PLAN

GROUND FLOOR PLAN


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

SANKEY ROAD BANGALORE

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

KOHN PEDERSEN FOX ASSOCIATES, 2011-2012

EW SECTION

NS SECTION - UNIT STACKING


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT 2012 PROJECT: SITE: ROLE: FIRM:

UNION SUN DEVELOPMENT CHENGDU, CHINA DESIGNER KOHN PEDERSEN FOX

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

MASTER PLAN


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

UNION SUN DEVELOPMENT CHENGDU

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

KOHN PEDERSEN FOX ASSOCIATES, 2012

RIVERSIDE HOTEL TEAM VISUALIZATION

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

SUITES FLOOR PLAN

RENDERED HOTEL ROOM PLAN


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT 2011 PROJECT: SITE: ROLE: FIRM:

NEW WORLD DEVELOPMENT CHENGDU, CHINA DESIGNER KOHN PEDERSEN FOX

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

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HOTEL COUNTRY CLUB

APT TOWER

1

RETAIL VILLAGE APT TOWER

APT TOWER

2

3

MALL

ಯሖᆈӮ|L4 FUN

MASTER PLAN


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

NEW WORLD DEVELOPMENT CHENGDU

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

KOHN PEDERSEN FOX ASSOCIATES, 2011

RENDERED GUESTROOM PLAN

EW SECTION

GUESTROOM FLOOR

ѠकѠሖሟ乊ᑇৄ䜦৻ |L22 ROOF DECK/BAR 91.6 M

ϗሖᅶ᠓ L7 GUESTROOM LEVEL 36.0 M

NCTION 17.0 M

HOTEL RENDERED ELEVATION


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT 2012- CURRENT PROJECT: SITE: ROLE: FIRM:

223 CRYSTAL DRIVE ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA DESIGNER PELLI CLARKE PELLI ARCHITECTS

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS


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2BR/2BA 986 SF

2BR/2BA 1008 SF

1BR/1BA 787 SF

JR. ONE 515 SF

1BR/1BA 737 SF

1BR/1BA 679 SF

1BR/1BA 738 SF

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14

2BR/DEN 1182 SF

2BR/DEN 1167 SF

2BR/2BA 1022 SF

JR. ONE 550 SF

1BR/1BA 787 SF

JR. ONE 565 SF

1BR/DEN 875 SF

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2BR/2BA 985 SF

2BR/DEN 1204 SF

2BR/DEN 1191 SF

2BR/2BA 1125 SF

2BR/2BA 968 SF

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2BR/DEN 1167 SF

2BR/DEN 1354 SF

2BR/DEN 1323 SF

2BR/2BA 1147 SF

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RESIDENTIAL TYPICAL FLOOR

RESIDENTIAL UNDULATED SKIN RESIDENTIAL ENTRANCE


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

223 CRYSTAL DRIVE ARLINGTON, VA

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

PELLI CLARKE PELLI ARCHITECTS, 2012-CURRENT

OFFICE ENTRANCE

OFFICE ROOF TERRACE

OFFICE TYPICAL PLAN

EW SECTION THROUGH ENTIRE DEVELOPMENT


INDEPENDENT PROJECTS


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

COMMISSIONED PROJECT CURRENT PROJECT: SITE: ROLE: CLIENT:

UNIFICATION PROJECT WEST BRATTLEBORO, VT DESIGNER JERUSALEM MINISTRIES AT ACER FARM

ACER FARM, IN COLLABORATION WITH KIDS4PEACE AND PRIVATE DONORS, HAS BECOME A LEADING PEACE CAMP FOR ISRAELI AND PALESTINIAN CHILDREN OUTSIDE OF THEIR HOME COUNTRY. THE CAMPERS AND COUNSELORS DEAL WITH A HIGHLY SENSITIVE AND LOADED SUBJECT: THE CONFLICT IN ISRAEL-PALESTINE. WHILE THE CAMP EMBRACES DIFFERENT POINTS OF VIEWS,ALL PARTICIPANTS HAVE A SINGLE OBJECTIVE IN COMMON: HOW TO MAKE PEACE IN ISRAEL-PALESTINE. ACER FARM’S NEUTRAL GROUNDS AND ITS SERENE SURROUNDINGS CREATE AN IDEAL SPACE FOR THE DIFFICULT TASK AT HAND. ITHE CAMP’S MAIN TASK IS TO PRODUCE FUTURE LEADERSHIP THAT COULD CHANGE THE POLITICAL PLAYING FIELD IN THE FUTURE.

ACER FARM IS THE INSTRUMENT FOR CHANGE AND ITS METHOD IS REFRAMING THE

PARTICIPANT’S PERCEPTION FROM A STATE OF HOPELESSNESS TO A STATE OF EMPOWERMENT.

THE YOUNG PIONEERS BECOME TO UNDERSTAND THAT THEIR NEGATIVE EXPERIENCE

OF STRUGGLE GIVES THEM THE UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO BE PART OF MAKING POSITIVE AND MEANINGFUL CHANGE.


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

WOODEN SYN

PROPOSED RECLAIMED ACER FARM MATERIALS

NATURAL AMPHITHEATER

ADO

DISCO


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

REUNIFICATION PROJECT WEST BRATTLEBORO DESIGN COMMISSION, CURRENT

SYNAGOGUE

CHAPEL

MOSQUE

NATURAL TOPOGRAPHY AND ELEVATION OF ACER FARM INFORMS THE POSITIONING OF THE PROGRAMMATIC ELEMENTS. THE ACHIEVEMENT OF HIGHER AWARENESS IS KEY IN THE CAMP’S UNDERTAKING. TO ADDRESS THIS PROCESS, GATHERING SPACES ARE SITUATED BASED ON THEIR FUNCTIONAL PURPOSES AND THEIR SPIRITUAL QUALITIES. THE NATURAL ASCENSION THROUGH THE INCREASINGLY SPIRITUALLY EVOCATIVE SPACES AMPLIFIES THE SPIRITUAL ELEVATION TO A HIGHER SENSE OF AWARENESS.

LOCAL NATURAL MATERIALS ARE ABUNDANT ON THE SITE. AS PART OF ENSURING THAT

THE CAMPERS SENSE AT HOME, THE ARCHITECTURE WILL CONSIST PRIMARILY FROM THE ELEMENTS SEEN AROUND THEM.

THE USE OF LOCAL MATERIALS ALSO SERVES AS A CENTRAL EXAMPLES RANGE FROM ADOBE MOSQUES IN AFRICA TO TIMBER SYNAGOGUES IN RURAL POLAND. COMPONENT IN TRADITIONAL SYNAGOGUE AND MOSQUE ARCHITECTURE.

COURTYARD

ACER FARM

DIVINE

NAGOGUE POLAND

OBE MOSQUE MALI

OVERY APPROACH

SPIRITUAL GATHERING

ORGANIZED GATHERING

NATURAL GATHERING


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

AC CE ER FARM ER FAR RM FI FIEL F EL D DS S

BRA

TTL EBO GUI RO LFO RD

UNIFYIN U N FYI Y NG E ELEM LEM EM ME ENT ASS AS A S SS SEM EMBL BLY LY SPAC S AC SP CE CE

CO OM OMMO OMMON M ON GR MM GR ROUN OU OUND DS S CHAPEL CHA C APEL

POCKET P OCKET GA GARDEN G ARD DEN

SYNA SYNAG S AG GOGUE OG O E

MO M O OS SQUE SQU SQ S QU Q UE U E

PILGRIM’ PIL P IILG LG M’S G GAT GA AT A TE T E

DISC I CO COV C OVE VERY RY T RY TR RAI AIL IL


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

REUNIFICATION PROJECT WEST BRATTLEBORO DESIGN COMMISSION, CURRENT

NAT URA L VIS TA

ARCHITECTURE PROPOSES TO ENGAGE IN THE ACER FARM MISSION, INITIATED BY THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE CHAPEL. A FUNCTIONAL AND SYMBOLIC STRUCTURE, THE CHAPEL WAS BUILT FROM THE UNIQUE NATURAL MATERIALS ADORNING THE FARM. IT HAS SERVED AS A PLACE OF GATHERING, MEDIATION AND REFLECTION FOR THE YOUNG CAMPERS. THE CHAPEL WAS THE FIRST STEP EMBARKING ON OF A LARGER VISION: A UNIFIED SPIRITUAL CAMPUS. THE PROPOSED SPIRITUAL CAMPUS WILL INCLUDE GATHERING AREAS FOR ALL THREE RELIGIONS. THE CHAPEL, SYNAGOGUE, MOSQUE AND THEIR SHARED SPACES REPRESENT THE ESSENCE OF THE CAMPS MISSION. HENCE, THEY WILL EVOKE PRIDE IN ONE’S BRAT TLEB ORALONG GUIILL ORIGINS WITH AN APPRECIATION TOWARDS THE ORIGINS OF FELLOW CAMPERS. THE O F RD FO INTERSTITIAL SPACES WILL FACILITATE KEY ACTIVITIES WHILE PROVIDING ROOM FOR NEW OPPORTUNITIES AND CONNECTION. HI

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2012 In keeping with the crafting of a free and liberating experience at Acer Farm, the plan for the camp offers many instances of commo perspective. The intimacy of views are important in fostering the understanding of new perspectives while at the camp while the common perspectives serve to enhance them. Shared spaces reinorce the notion of harmony and are supported with the broad


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COMPETITION PROPOSAL 2012 PROJECT: SITE: ROLE: FORUM:

KANGAROO LOFTS TIKAL, GUATEMALA DESIGNER ARQUITECTUM


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INDEPENDENT PROJECTS KANGAROO LOFTS LIMA

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COMPETITION PROPOSAL, 2012

OPEN YOUR PRIVATE ELEVATOR TO FLOOR-TO-CEILING WINDOWS, DOUBLE-HEIGHT AND 3-WAY-EXPOSURE LIVING SPACES, PRIVATE OUTDOOR POOLS, INDOOR WATER FEATURES, TERRACED INTERIOR FLOORS. ENJOY DELUXE MASTER SUITES INCLUDING HIS AND HERS, GENEROUS SERVICE ACCOMMODATIONS, EXOTIC SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS AND VIEWS OF THE PACIFIC OCEAN AND LIMA GOLF CLUB THAT FURTHER SEPARATE KANGAROO LOFTS FROM TRADITIONAL PRIVATE CONDOMINIUM BUILDINGS.

RETAIL LOFT 4.0m x 9.0m

POOL LOBBY 2.0m x 3.0m SUN DECK 5.0m x 10.0m

MEN’S WC WOMEN’S WC 2.0m x 3.0m 2.0m x 3.0m

PUBLIC GARDEN 15.0m x 15.0m

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

POOL 1.5m x 3.5m

ROOF DECK PLAN

SUN DECK

OPEN TO BELOW DOUBLE HEIGHT LIVING ROOM LOFT 6.0m x 15.0m

STAFF BALCONY CL

CL WORK KITCHEN STAFF BATH + UTILITY SPACE 6.0m x 6.0m STAFF BR 1

POWDER ROOM

POWDER ROOM FAMILY ROOM 6.0m x 6.0m

STAFF BR 2 UP

HER BATH

HER STUDY 3.5m x 5.0m

HIS BATH

MASTER BEDROOM 5.0m x 6.0m

HIS STUDY 3.5m x 5.0m

BA 2

BR 2 5.0m x 5.0m

BA 4 BR 3 4.0m x 6.0m BA 3

BR 4 6.0m x 5.0m

PRIVATE BALCONY

EW SECTION

DUPLEX ENTERTAINMENT FLOOR PLAN

DUPLEX PRIVATE UPPER FLOOR PLAN


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COMPETITION PROPOSAL 2011 PROJECT: SITE: ROLE: FORUM:

CLIMBING TIKAL TIKAL, GUATEMALA DESIGNER ARQUITECTUM


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INDEPENDENT PROJECTS CLIMBING TIKAL GUATEMALA COMPETITION PROPOSAL, 2011

TIKAL WAS THE MOST PROSPEROUS AND EXPANSIVE CITY IN MAYAN HISTORY. THIS PROPOSAL AIMS TO REFRAME THIS CITY AS THE GRAND SPECTACLE IT ONCE WAS . A NEW THRESHOLD BETWEEN ANCIENT AND MODERN, THIS INTERVENTION POSITS TIKAL AS A MARVEL AND A TREASURE. THE ACT OF ASCENSION IS SOMETHING INGRAINED HEAVILY IN THE SPIRITUAL NATURE OF THE MAYAN PEOPLE. TO USE THIS HIDDEN LANGUAGE EVIDENCED DISCRETELY IN THE ASTOUNDING ANCIENT ARCHITECTURE CLOSE BY, IS TO CREATE A TRULY UNIQUE EXPERIENCE WHILE VISITING THE SITE. TO ASCEND, TO PONDER, TO INTERACT, TO CONSTANTLY FRAME THE CONTEXT ONE FINDS THEMSELVES IN COMPARED TO THEIR MOST SHROUDED AND MYSTERIOUS DESTINATION IS WHAT THE UNIQUE SITING STRATEGY ALLOWS FOR.

BY BECOMING A DIRECT EXTENSION OF THE EXISTING CITADEL PODIUM, VISITORS CAN

EXPERIENCE THE STRONG CONNECTION BOTH SPATIALLY AND SPIRITUALLY BETWEEN THIS NEW BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND THE ANCIENT SITE THAT IT RESPECTFULLY ENGAGES.

TO VISIT

THE MEANDERING MUSEUM, TO STAY IN THE BREATHTAKING YET EFFICIENT ECO HOSTEL, OR

TO BREATHE IN THE RADIANT PERFUME OF THE NATIVE TREE AND PLANT SPECIES, ALL WHILE WITHIN THE PRESENCE OF MAJESTIC

TIKAL, WILL BE AN EXPERIENCE UNLIKE ANY OTHER

THAT VISITORS SHALL ENTHUSIASTICALLY COME TO TAKE IN.


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COMPETITION PROPOSAL 2011 PROJECT: SITE: ROLE: FORUM:

VERTICAL NEIGHBORHOOD NEW YORK DESIGNER EVOLO


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RIVER VIEW VISUALIZATION

CIVIC BASE

PUBLIC CHORD

RESIDENTIAL CHORD


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INDEPENDENT PROJECTS VERTICAL NEIGHBORHOOD NEW YORK COMPETITION PROPOSAL, 2011

THE CONCEPT OF VERTICAL LIVING HAS BEEN DEVELOPED AND UTILIZED FOR A CENTURY. THE SYMBOLIC POWER AND THE EFFICIENT CONSTRUCTION HAS PROVED ITSELF AND HAS BECOME THE NEW NORM OF DEVELOPMENT WHERE THE ENVIRONMENT ALLOWS. NEVERTHELESS, WITH ALL THE BENEFITS OF SUCH A CONSTRUCTION, THE SKYSCRAPERS HAVE PROVEN TO LOSE THE BENEFIT ASSOCIATED WITH DIRECT CONTACT TO THE URBAN GROUND CONDITION AT THE STREET LEVEL.

THE GROUND SURFACE CARRIES IMPORTANT HISTORIC AND SOCIAL STRATA OF INFORMATION

THAT ARE NECESSARY FOR CITIZENS TO PARTICIPATE IN THE ORGANIC URBAN DEVELOPMENT.

CROWN FLOOR PLAN

MID FLOOR PLAN 33rd 3rd floor floor plan plan

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COMMERCIAL CHORD

LIVING FAR REMOVED VERTICALLY IN AN ISOLATED APARTMENT CREATES AN ALIENATION AND DISCONNECT FROM THE REST OF THE CITY. THIS PROJECT ANSWERS THE DEMANDS OF VERTICAL LIVING BY BRINGING THE HORIZONTAL PERFORMANCE OF THE STREET AND EXTENDING IT INTO THE TOWER. THE MASSIVE BUILDING INCORPORATES 40 CITY BLOCKS OF HOUSING, CIVIC SERVICES, STORES, RESTAURANTS, GARDENS AND RECREATION FOR A STRONG INDEPENDENT AND INTERCONNECTED VERTICAL NEIGHBORHOOD.


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COMPETITION PROPOSAL 2010 PROJECT: SITE: ROLE: FORUM:

BEACON IN THE PARK NEW YORK DESIGNER SUKKAH CITY


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INDEPENDENT PROJECTS BEACON IN THE PARK NEW YORK COMPETITION PROPOSAL, 2010

THE MODERN SUKKAH CALLS FOR A STRONG, FIRM STRUCTURE APPROPRIATE FOR A PEOPLE WITH A CULTURE, PRESENCE, AND A NOW SECURE PLACE IN THE WORLD. THE SUKKAH SINGS OF THE SPIRITUAL AND PHYSICAL TRANSFORMATION THE JEWISH PEOPLE HAVE UNDERGONE. AS THE SPACE UNFOLDS AND OPENS ITS SANCTITY TO THE OUTSIDE WORLD IT DOES SO KNOWING THAT IT WILL BE GREETED WITH WARMTH. AT ITS MOST SHUT CONDITION IT IS A SUKKAH IN THE TRADITIONAL SENSE, AN INTIMATE REALM FOR A FAMILY TO REFLECT ON THE MITZVAH THEY HAVE UNDERTAKEN. THE SPATIAL EXPERIENCE ACCOMMODATES THE ACTIVITIES OF THE FESTIVAL OF SUKKOS, INCLUDING HOSPITALITY, DINING, LEARNING, AND SLEEPING. AT ITS MOST PHYSICALLY OPEN CONDITION THE SUKKAH IS A FLUID GALLERY AND PUBLIC SPACE. THE OPEN PASSAGE THROUGH THE SUKKAH ENCOURAGES CURIOUS PASSERS-BY TO ENGAGE AND UNDERSTAND THE SUKKAH AS ART, ARCHITECTURE, AND A CULTURAL SYMBOL. THE SET OF RESPONSIBILITIES ACCEPTED BY THE JEWS HAS GIVEN THEM A GUIDING ETHICAL ROLE TO PLAY IN THE WORLD. THE SUKKAH’S ROLE ECHOES THAT OF ITS PEOPLE AS IT BECOMES A BEACON OF LIGHT FOR ALL CULTURES, A PLACE OF HARMONY AND PEACE. PERHAPS AT ITS MOST PHYSICALLY OPEN IT IS ALSO AT ITS MOST SPIRITUALLY OPEN, AN INVITATION FOR THOSE WHO ARE WITHOUT TO COME IN AND SHARE WITH THOSE WHO CAN PROVIDE.


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roof plan [closed] 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

the sukkah must have at least 3 walls, but the third doesn't need to be complete must enclose a minimum area of at least 7 x 7 square handbreadths

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plan [closed] 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

the overhead condition must be permeable to rain

plan [open] 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

ROOF S’CACH open to the sky and stars above


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OPEN

NIGHT OPEN open condition that welcomes and invites

must be at least 10 handbreadths tall, but no taller than 20 cubits

the gallery

the overhead condition must provide more shade than sunshine

elevation 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

must have a roof/overhead condition made of schach

section 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

NIGHT CLOSED closed private condition that beckons

SHUT

pivots

the lowest edge of the walls (or partial periphery-enclosing surfaces or structures) must be within 3 handbreadths of the ground

the sukkah

elevation 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

section 1/4” = 1’ - 0”


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