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ACADEMIC PERSONAL

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Projects


CONTENTS


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

ACADEMIC

URBAN HOUSING PROJECT

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KYMCA EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL CENTRE

7

SOUTH AMERICAN CITY INTERVENTION

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PERSONAL

ALMANDOZ RESIDENCE

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SEVERIN RESIDENCE

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UNDER EMPLOYMENT

BPO OFFICES

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AIRPORT LOUNGES

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URBAN HOUSING PROJECT

PROJECT. 1


BRIEF

DESIGNING A SUSTAINABLE URBAN COMMUNITY YEAR 3 I SEM1 To design a compact urban community, comprising of a variety of unit types for a diverse social residential demographic, integrated with shared and commercial spaces. The social needs of the residents are very important and as designers, we are expected to fulfill their needs by providing appropriate solutions for living and support services. This project promotes a mixed use development giving importance to both residences and commercial activities on a single lot. This juxtaposition of uses challenges notions of privacy and edges, requiring demonstration of an attitude towards urban living.

LOCATION

LANCASTER AVENUE - EASTWOOD PARK GARDENS - KINGSTON- JAMAICA

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Architecture

can be seen as a

means to create magnificent spac-

es and social organizations that evokes a sense of unity.

Therefore,

in designing this urban housing complex, the main intent was to create a space that helps bring residents of the community closer together.

As

such, this devel-

opment will act as a central axis that

provides

extended

vantage

points from anywhere within that space.

Likewise,

this space is pro-

tected by towering buildings that acts as a buffer from street noise

and creates a cool micro-climate that will encourage the use of the space at any given time.


Restaurant

resident entry

Exterior

Courtyard


B

B

A

A

Ground Floor Plan

East Elevation

B

A

A

First Floor Plan

B

Section A-A


B

Isolated Unit Plans

Two-Bedroom Family Unit 1

Shop House Lower Unit

Two Bedroom Family Unit 2

Shop House Upper Unit

A

A

UNIT TYPE Two-Bedroom Family Unit Shop House Studio Shop

UNITS 8 6 4 9

B

Second Floor Plan

Studio Unit

Section B-B


KINGSTON YMCA EDUCATIONAL AND COMMUNITY CENTRE

PROJECT. 2


BRIEF

KINGSTON YMCA EDUCATIONAL AND COMMUNITY CENTRE SEM1 l YR. 4

This Project is an opportunity for students to investigate and analyze an array of the YMCA needs as well as propose architectural solutions for a given site. The existing Main Hall of the Kingston YMCA is to be refurbished and adapted for the multipurpose community spaces. These multipurpose spaces are envisaged as the hub of the site connecting existing sporting and public amenities with a new Learning Centre. The existing Pool Area is and changing area are to remain. There will be a wide range of age groups that utilize the amenities at varied times of the day. For example, activities of the Learning Center occur during the day where as the use of Vocational Training areas and the Multipurpose Spaces occur in the afternoon. The Kingston YMCA Educ tional and Community Centre is to act as an oasis in the heart of the city offering a place for the enhancement of Youth Development. LOCATION

COR. OLD HOPE ROAD AND TRFALGAR ROAD- KINGSTON - JAMAICA

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The

intent of this project is to en-

hance the potential of the existing learnng centre characterized by architectural quality.

Thus, the con‘A Building With Four Walls And Tomorrow Inside.’ Likewise, the building’s asymmetric form features angled roofs, breezeways, a lightwell garden and clerestory windows among others. Together, these features all aids in sustainability, as well as indoor environment quality. cept of my design is:

The

learning centre is designed for

users of all ages.

The

program in-

cludes not only spaces for learning but for vacational training as well.

Moreover, the building is organized such that the breezeways in the eucational builing aids in fenestration. Also, the organition / layout of the property allows for its function to be clearly distributed and the spaces to be organized under special characteristics options to people for using the space without entering the building.


Site Plan

Entry

Section A-A


LEGEND 1-Existing Main Hall 2-Gym 3-First Aid 4-Restroom 5-Cyber Cafe 6-Multi Purpose Room 7-Meeting Room 8-Security 9-Admin Office 10-Kitchen 11-Canteen 12-Changing Room 13-Homework Room 14-Classroom 15-Storage 16-Cosmetology 17-Multi-purpose 18-Barber 19-Welding 20-Bath and Changing Room 21-Club Office 22-Maintainence 23-Copy Room 24-Council 25-Library 26-Staff Room

27- Storage 28- Common Space 29- Parking

Ground Floor Plan

Section C-C


Education Centre

Common Space

First Floor Plan

Section B-B


SOUTH AMERICAN CITY INTERVENTION

PROJECT. 3


BRIEF

THE CULTURAL CENTRE GATEWAY

YEAR 4 I SEM 2

The Cultural Centre is to be a gateway for Georgetown. The gateway is a catalyst for the urban renewal of the industrial zone along the Demerara River, serving the people of Guyana and Visitors who enter the country via Cruise ships. Conceived as a portal, threshold, stage and resource centre, the program for the intervention is to provide a place for Guyanese people to develop, reflect, exhibit and share their cultural activities. The Cultural Centre is to be an Interactive Environment for the public and people in the Creative Industries with a focus on the literary, performing and visual arts. The Centre is to be welcoming, used by both residents and visitors for day and night time activities as a social hub. The park north of the Terminal building must also be designed along with the promenade north of the site in a way that connect with your concept and design intent

LOCATION

WATER AND URQUHQART STREET - GEORGETOWN - GUYANA

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In

designing the landscape of the

cruise ship terminal. came from

My

inspiration

a well-known

nese novelist and essayist

Guya‘Wilson

Harris’. In his writing he described Guyana as a contrasting landscape where Natural meets manmade and where forests and savannas come together. The proposed ter-plan tries to brate Guyana’s

mas-

landscape

capture and cele-

landscape by cre-

ating a mixture of hardsacpe and softscape areas that creates a con-

trast. It is also proposed that the various landscape elements also reflect the local significance of the proposed facility.

Elements such

as pavements and furniture should be site specific incorporating local materials and unique local themes that activates when inhabited

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National Stadium

Promenade Intersection

Train Station

Site Activation Strategy Hard - Soft Edges / Contrasting Landscape St George’s Cathedral

Urban Strategy Diagram

Proposed Site Plan

Axis Diagram

Proposed Circulation Diagram


My

vision for this project is noth-

ing less than realizing the full potential of this

South American City

through establishing the proposed property as a

Cultural Centre.

Likewise, the concept of my design is: ‘Bridging Culture and the people, Immersing the visitors into the diverse culture of Guyana’. The

intent is to create a micro-

cosm of the

Guyanese Culture

where not only locals can thrive,

but where visitors to the country go to get an authentic experience.

More

importantly, the visitors are

welcomed by a small accentuated entrance portal which, in addition to symbolizing the entrance to the

building, provides a human scale suitable for the reception area.

The

interior space is separated from the street by a boundary defined by a permeable skin, which together with

the portal acts as a threshold.

Moreover,

the cultural

Centre

is

organized around a central space that highlights the presence of a bridge and an outdoor exhibition

space, which serves as a virtual boundary between public and private areas of the building, differentiating two volumes that allow the function to be clearly distributed and the spaces to be organized under special characteristics.


Secondary Entry

Entry

Cultural Living Room


West Elevation

Section C -C


ALMANDOZ RESIDENCE

PROJECT. 4


DESIGN INTENT

Great design should move and surprise you. You should feel it and have an immediate attraction. In designing this residence, the intent was to create a space that evokes a sense of unity between the users, the edifice and the magnificent views that are attained while on the site. A space that is well thought out and connects the interior with the exterior

giving the users a space in which they can thoroughly enjoy throughout.

A space

that allows seamless and unimpeded views and connections to

the natural surroundings no matter the location of the user within the edifice.

The

space was also designed to accommodate guests, therefore

it was important to separate the private from the public spaces.

When a guest is within the space they will in no way view private areas unless directed to those spaces. All these characteristics come together to make this residence a pure and incredible architectural masterpiece which the users will thoroughly enjoy.

LOCATION

BACOLET, TOBAGO W.I.

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Living Room

Pool Deck

TV Room


North Elevation

West Elevation

2-CAR GARAGE

ENTRY LAUNDRY

STUDY

UTILITY

POWDER ROOM STORAGE

KITCHEN

FAMILY ROOM

LIVING AREA

DINING AREA

OUTDOOR SEATING

OUTDOOR DECK

BBQ AREA

POOL

LEVEL 0 - 2000 SQ.F


South Elevation

East Elevation

BEDROOM 1

OPEN TO BELOW

BATHROOM

LINEN CLOSET

WALK-IN-CLOSET

MASTER BEDROOM BEDROOM 2

MASTER BATHROOM

LEVEL 1 - 1400 SQ.F


SEVERIN RESIDENCE

PROJECT. 5


DESIGN INTENT

Architecture can be seen as a means to create magnificent spaces which evokes a sense of unity between the users, the edifice and the surrounding context. Therefore, in designing this residence, the main intent was to create a space that connects the interior with the exterior, As the users expressed their love for the outdoors. As such, the main livings paces were designed in such a way to Allow seamless and unimpeded views And connections to the natural surroundings. Creating outdoor living spaces was Also an important design factor, as it allowed the users to be directly linked with the surrounding environment. The existing site trees were also taken into account as they create a juxtaposition between the proposed building And themselves. Some materials used within the spaces like the floors, also successfully borrow from the exterior context which embraces and gives a sense of earthiness to the space while Also keeping it up to date to the modern times.

LOCATION

GRAFTON, TOBAGO W.I.

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Kitchen | dining

Living Room

Outdoor Deck


North Elevation

West Elevation

Ground Floor


South Elevation

East Elevation

First Floor


BPO OFFICES

PROJECT. 6


PROJECT

DESCRIPTION

REDESIGNING AND RE-PURPOSING A CALL CENTRE

2018

To redesign an existing office space to be fitting to today’s modern society, comprising of spaces that create a fun working environment. A place which allows for work and play that would increase team spirit and communication

LOCATION

MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA W.I.

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THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX


Living Room


AIRPORT LOUNGES

PROJECT. 7


PROJECT

DESCRIPTION

RENOVATION OF DEPARTURE AND ARRIVAL LOUNGES

2017

• To redesign and uplift the existing departure lounge at the Norman Manley international airport in an attempt to uplift existing spaces and make users feel like true vip’s. • Create concepts for an outdoor arrival lounge at the sangster’s international airport to allow visitors to begin their Jamaican travel experiences with first class treatment

LOCATION

MONTEGO BAY & KINGSTON JAMAICA W.I.

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arrival lounge opt a

departure lounge

arrival lounge opt b


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