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Ryan B. Lewandowski 701 Montrose Ave Charlottesville, VA 22902 rblewandowski@gmail.com 434.610.8508


Project Index

extent

inquiry

method

environment

al on rs pe al on si es ic of pr dem a ac cs hi ap gr on i at ic l br fa ona i ct se ric et m ra ic n pa o bi y lit ia er at m l ia nt rie pe ian r ex it a an tal m n hu me ri pe ex ct je ob g in ild bu g in nn la rp te gn si as m de n ba ur

Independent Thesis

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building behavior

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future fit : data furnace

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aural garden installation

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ARCH 8010

Last Supper

ARCH 402

peruvian transportation hub

Ennead Architects

nyu langone medical center

ARCH 7020

context : distributed networking

ARCH 7230

design development

2x3.5 Lamp

business card lamp shade

Ennead Architects

nyu langone medical center

Ennead Architects

nyu langone medical center


THESIS : ARCH 8020

BUILDING BEHAVIOR Advisors Jeana Ripple and Lucia Phinney

Spring 2013

My thesis work originates from a greater interest in the implications of the virtual on our physical lives. Relationships, from the very personal to the larger social and cultural, have been vastly reshaped by constantly emerging means of communication and interaction. It is a trend that has occurred in generations past, but this time these aspects of our lives are becoming digital. A technological network that is entirely reliant on the modern advances of human civilization and largely irrespective of the physical spatial bounds that we live within. How have our physical lives and activities been translated into the digital realm, and vice versa? This emerging dialogue was explored through a series of responsive architectural installations in Campbell Hall, home to the architecture school, to create a renewed intrigue of our habituated surroundings.


singing

conversation listening

intrigue

human behavior walking

enjoying

dancing

reacting customized activating

construction

reaching

programming modulating playing potential

spatial / material performance disperse

towering

recording

acoustics

this loops again and again and again....

SOLAR PANEL

PIR Sensor U

PIR SENSOR

0.5w

0.5w 0.5w

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PIR Sensor D A0 A1

Arduino Uno 8 7

0.5w 0.5w 0.5w PIR SENSOR

ARDUINO

sensing

listening

light-weight

Speaker Channel U

play (music file) while... if (Sensor D is triggered)

takes the length of file

then {turn on channel D} if (Sensor U is triggered)

Speaker Channel D

then {turn on channel U} else {keep them turned off} rewind (music file)

takes a couple of ms.


Working in collaboration with COPESCO, the World Bank, and the city of Ollantaytambo, our semester studio was the beginning of a multiyear effort towards studying the threats from increased tourism in the Sacred Valley. The ancient town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system for tourists en route to Machu Picchu and faces growing international economic pressures. Our work intended to propose a schematic master plan and new train station that accommodates international interests and local needs while preserving the town’s physical history and cultural ideals.

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A. Projection of current distance reading from the sonar sensor. Formatted to show unit of measurement. B. Each measurement (multiple a second) is registered by an added line along the width of the screen. Its position is the inch value remapped as a percentage across the width of the projection.


Working in collaboration with COPESCO, the World Bank, and the city of Ollantaytambo, our semester studio was the beginning of a multiyear effort towards studying the threats from increased tourism in the Sacred Valley. The ancient town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system for tourists en route to Machu Picchu and faces growing international economic pressures. Our work intended to propose a schematic master plan and new train station that accommodates international interests and local needs while preserving the town’s physical history and cultural ideals.


Working in collaboration with COPESCO, the World Bank, and the city of Ollantaytambo, our semester studio was the beginning of a multiyear effort towards studying the threats from increased tourism in the Sacred Valley. The ancient town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system for tourists en route to Machu Picchu and faces growing international economic pressures. Our work intended to propose a schematic master plan and new train station that accommodates international interests and local needs while preserving the town’s physical history and cultural ideals.


PIR Sensor U

PIR Sensor D A0 A1

Arduino Uno 8 7

Speaker Channel U

Speaker Channel D

this loops again and again and again....

play (music file) while... if (Sensor D is triggered)

takes the length of file

then {turn on channel D} if (Sensor U is triggered) then {turn on channel U} else {keep them turned off}

takes a couple of ms.

rewind (music file) variation 1 play (music file) while... if (Sensor D is triggered & U is not) then {turn volume +10} if (Sensor U is triggered & D is not) then {turn volume -10} if (Sensor U & D are triggered) then {turn volume +20} else {keep them turned off} rewind (music file)

variation 2 play (music file) while... if (Sensor D is triggered) then {turn on channel D} then if (Sensor U is triggered) then {modulate sound frequency +2} if (Sensor U is triggered) then {turn on channel U} then if (Sensor D is triggered) then {modulate sound frequency -4} else {keep them turned off} rewind (music file)


Working in collaboration with COPESCO, the World Bank, and the city of Ollantaytambo, our semester studio was the beginning of a multiyear effort towards studying the threats from increased tourism in the Sacred Valley. The ancient town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system for tourists en route to Machu Picchu and faces growing international economic pressures. Our work intended to propose a schematic master plan and new train station that accommodates international interests and local needs while preserving the town’s physical history and cultural ideals.


double catenary curve

cantilever reflex


Working in collaboration with COPESCO, the World Bank, and the city of Ollantaytambo, our semester studio was the beginning of a multiyear effort towards studying the threats from increased tourism in the Sacred Valley. The ancient town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system for tourists en route to Machu Picchu and faces growing international economic pressures. Our work intended to propose a schematic master plan and new train station that accommodates international interests and local needs while preserving the town’s physical history and cultural ideals.


ARCH 8010

FUTURE FIT: Professor Robin Dripps Washington D.C.

DATA FURNACE Fall 2012

Working in collaboration with COPESCO, the World Bank, and the city of Ollantaytambo, our semester studio was the beginning of a multiyear effort towards studying the threats from increased tourism in the Sacred Valley. The ancient town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system for tourists en route to Machu Picchu and faces growing international economic pressures. Our work intended to propose a schematic master plan and new train station that accommodates international interests and local needs while preserving the town’s physical history and cultural ideals.


Working in collaboration with COPESCO, the World Bank, and the city of Ollantaytambo, our semester studio was the beginning of a multiyear effort towards studying the threats from increased tourism in the Sacred Valley. The ancient town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system for tourists en route to Machu Picchu and faces growing international economic pressures. Our work intended to propose a schematic master plan and new train station that accommodates international interests and local needs while preserving the town’s physical history and cultural ideals.


Working in collaboration with COPESCO, the World Bank, and the city of Ollantaytambo, our semester studio was the beginning of a multiyear effort towards studying the threats from increased tourism in the Sacred Valley. The ancient town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system for tourists en route to Machu Picchu and faces growing international economic pressures. Our work intended to propose a schematic master plan and new train station that accommodates international interests and local needs while preserving the town’s physical history and cultural ideals.

RESIDENTIAL to anacostia river

SERVICE

FEDERAL

north-south section looking west


rail

site connectivity

metro

bus lines & stops


Working in collaboration with COPESCO, the World Bank, and the city of Ollantaytambo, our semester studio was the beginning of a multiyear effort towards studying the threats from increased tourism in the Sacred Valley. The ancient town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system for tourists en route to Machu Picchu and faces growing international economic pressures. Our work intended to propose a schematic master plan and new train station that accommodates international interests and local needs while preserving the town’s physical history and cultural ideals.


CONDITIONING

Working in collaboration with COPESCO, the World Bank, and the city of Ollantaytambo, our semester studio was the beginning of a multiyear effort towards studying the threats from increased tourism in the Sacred Valley. The ancient town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system for tourists en route to Machu Picchu and faces growing international economic pressures. Our work intended to propose a schematic master plan and new train station that accommodates international interests and local needs while preserving the town’s physical history and cultural ideals.

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Last Supper

Aural Garden Installation w/ Daria Supp & Lili Trenkova New York, New York

Fall 2010

Home to the outdoor music area and animated by visualizations from animators and filmmakers, the Aural Garden featured an architectural installation designed and built by Ryan Lewandowski, Daria Supp, and Lili Trenkova. One of the new programs at the 5th annual Last Supper Festival, the canopy installation defines a new and more intimate, yet open space within the canyon-like alley of the outdoor area at the 3rd Ward. The black-lit 3000ft of cotton string weaves a net-like surface that shifts in form and definition as the perspective changes. While basing itself off the hyperbolic surface that is created with the spandex shapes suspended above, this fluctuation creates an energy in the space that plays with the music and dance atmosphere, creating a synthesis of the mediums and demonstrating the transformative effects of architecture.


install day 1

install day 2

install day 3

I was the co-creator, lead designer, and coordinator for this project. The on-site fabrication of the installation occured the few days leading up to the Last Supper event, with many co-workers and friends coming out after work to volunteer each night. As expected, the effort of weaving string ten to fifteen feet above the ground proved to be an interesting challenge.

ryan b. lewandowski / personal / 2010


After the desired black light effect was conceived, a series of material tests were required to find a string that reacted to black light. A surprisingly diffcult effort, we tested poly-twine, clothesline, nylon rope, and others, until we discovered a locally made cotton mason line that reacted with the perfect glow. The installation has since become a permanent fixture at the 3rd Ward in Brooklyn and was featured in the December 2010 issue of Specialty Fabrics Review.

ryan b. lewandowski / personal / 2010


ARCH 402

MASTER PLAN TRAIN + BUS STATION Associate Professor Dean Abernathy w/ Scott Mitchell & Sebastijan Jemec Ollantaytambo, Peru

Spring 2008

Working in collaboration with COPESCO, the World Bank, and the city of Ollantaytambo, our semester studio was the beginning of a multiyear effort towards studying the threats from increased tourism in the Sacred Valley. The ancient town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system for tourists en route to Machu Picchu and faces growing international economic pressures. Our work intended to propose a schematic master plan and new train station that accommodates international interests and local needs while preserving the town’s physical history and cultural ideals.


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50m

100m


machu picchu

enlarged ollantaytambo

sacred valley diagram

tourist route

calca urubamba

pisac

chinchero

cuzco

The devised masterplan proposed relocating the rail line to the opposite side of the river, allowing a new road for the heavy traffic to take its place. With the new rail station located down river near the more modern town of Rumira, the traffic can be rerouted around Ollantaytambo instead of through it and encourages future growth to occur away from the historical town center. During our time in Ollantaytambo, we were encouraged to explore new methods of recording our experience. Focusing on the sounds of traffic, water, and music, I recorded numerous video clips throughout the town. This audio experience was then translated into a diagramatic timeline of my trip, inspired by the quipu, a traditional Incan method of record keeping with knots.

quipu street sound diagram

personal experience

ryan b. lewandowski / academic / 2008


rumira

proposed station

ancient city center

existing rail line proposed train route existing bus route

existing station

proposed bus route proposed pedestrian

ollantaytambo master plan


game 01

game 02

game 03

game 04

game 05

‘block game’ siting studies

Designed in collaboration with Scott Mitchell and Sebasitjan Jemec, we sited the train station down river from the town to establish a new node for commercial activity, alleviating traffic through the sensitive Incan sites. Reminiscent of Incan terracing and the local market vernacular, the station is spatially organized by a series of rammed earth walls and glu-lam structures to create a low impact design that integrates itself into the surrounding landscape. The addition of a wide cathedral like stair running the length of the station becomes a place of interaction and provides an open connection to the neighboring marketplace.

ryan b. lewandowski / academic / 2008


broken roof

+ structure

+ public amenities

+ walls

+ terrace


bus terminal

ryan b. lewandowski / academic / 2008


train station


Ennead Architects

NYU Langone Medical Center New York, New York

Fall 2008 - present

The NYU Langone Medical Center exists on a superblock located between First Ave and the East River in Manhattan. Originally planned and designed by SOM in the 40’s and 50’s, it has been continually added upon throughout its existence. For the past three years, Ennead Architects has been working to map out a thirty year development plan to add a fully integrated center for acute clinical care and the design of the Kimmel Pavilion hopsital, which will act as its centerpiece. My role in this project for the past two years has been very multi-faceted, although mostly focusing on design. My duties have ranged from completing the masterplan study, concept design for an elevator tower, and currently schematic design of the Kimmel Pavilion.


NYU Langone Medical Center concept riverfront


OTHER FUT RENYULMC FUTURENYULMC NYULMC NYULMC DESIGN OFF OPTIONS

EXISTING EXISTING

MASTER FILE

revit file structure

the ‘kit’ of parts

Tasked with mapping the 30 year development plan, we worked in conjunction with CASE Design to utilize Revit’s BIM capabilities to construct a 3D spatial/programming model that in real time could accurately calculate the program of the current conditions, as well as play through the various building options for each of the seven proposed phases. Existing buildings and conceptual growth make up a kit of parts that can be plugged into the potential sites of development, creating a flexible tool to be used by the architect and the client to fully understand the medical center’s growth potential. I was one of two employees working full time on this masterplan and among many other aspects was in charge of working with CASE Design to create and manage the Revit Model. ryan b. lewandowski / professional / 2009


+800,000 GSF ACUTE CARE

+340,000 GSF RESEARCH

+100,000 SF

COGEN PLANT

+350,000 GSF RESEARCH

+350,000 GSF ACUTE CARE

+350,000 GSF RESEARCH

+300,000 GSF

ACUTE CARE

+240,000 GSF RESEARCH


solar shadow study completed by Atelier 10

facade concept sketch by thomas wong

Ennead Architects

NYULMC ELEVATOR TOWER

design option study completed by myself

frit glass _ 1

frit glass _ 2

frit glass _ 3

alt solid _ 1

alt solid _ 2

alt solid _ 3

This project will add four new elevators to the outdated Tisch Hospital to improve the flow and quality of experience for patients and visitors. Sited in the central courtyard of the complex, the elevator cabs will include windows that provide a view of the city and river during the ride. My role involved doing a series of facade studies during the concept design phase. Working one on one with a design associate, we discussed the idea of a pixilated pattern of glass that responded to a need for increased shading at the top. From here I investigated panel sizes/ratios and surface patterns through creating elevation drawings, 3D renderings, and elevator cab animations so that each aspect of overall identity and user experience was fully considered.

ryan b. lewandowski / professional / 2009


final facade pixelation design

exterior view from above courtyard


Ennead | Kimmel


Facade Studies


IBM

Apple

~ 2 million sqft

~ 2.8 million sqft

(750,000 existing) (1.25 million new)

(future Cupertino headquarters)

ARCH 7020

CONTEXT

DISTRIBUTED NETWORKING Visitng Professor Michael Beaman Ossining, NY

Spring 2012

How might our human scale spatial networks be informed by technological networks of a vastly different scale? This semester long project was an investigation of network topologies, from Arpanet, the very first internet, to the 6D torus architecture of the supercomputer processor chip, and how this logic of connectivity and layered communication might be translated into an expansion of the IBM TJ Watson Research Center in upstate New York. Utilizing Grasshopper, the result is a parametrically generated design that strives to embody these concepts.


Working in collaboration with COPESCO, the World Bank, and the city of Ollantaytambo, our semester studio was the beginning of a multiyear effort towards studying the threats from increased tourism in the Sacred Valley. The ancient town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system for tourists en route to Machu Picchu and faces growing international economic pressures. Our work intended to propose a schematic master plan and new train station that accommodates international interests and local needs while preserving the town’s physical history and cultural ideals.

precedent networks - Paul Baran

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network explorations


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sub surface program \ parking garage

Working in collaboration with COPESCO, the World Bank, and the city of Ollantaytambo, our semester studio was the beginning of a multiyear effort towards studying the threats from increased tourism in the Sacred Valley. The ancient town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system for tourists en route to Machu Picchu and faces growing international economic pressures. Our work intended to propose a schematic master plan and new train station that accommodates international interests and local needs while preserving the town’s physical history and cultural ideals.


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ARCH 7230

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT Professor Charles Menefee Charlottesville, VA

Spring 2012

Working in collaboration with COPESCO, the World Bank, and the city of Ollantaytambo, our semester studio was the beginning of a multiyear effort towards studying the threats from increased tourism in the Sacred Valley. The ancient town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system for tourists en route to Machu Picchu and faces growing international economic pressures. Our work intended to propose a schematic master plan and new train station that accommodates international interests and local needs while preserving the town’s physical history and cultural ideals.


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DOUBLE GLAZED ALUM. FRAME SKYLIGHT ST9x27.35 STL MEMBER 2.5” ANGLE IRON TRUSS

BENT METAL FLASHING RIGID INSULATION WP MEMBRANE ROOF DRAIN

LIGHT GAUGE STL. GYP. BOARD

Working in collaboration with COPESCO, the World Bank, and the city of Ollantaytambo, our semester studio was the beginning of a multiyear effort towards studying the threats from increased tourism in the Sacred Valley. The ancient town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system for tourists en route to Machu Picchu and faces growing international economic pressures. Our work intended to propose a schematic master plan and new train station that accommodates international interests and local needs while preserving the town’s physical history and cultural ideals.


Building Section Axon 1. roof construction: steel sheeting waterproof membrane 3/4” playwood sheathing 6” rigid insulation corrugated metal sheating 2. double glazed aluminum skylight 3. metal coping 4. roof drain 5. 20” insulated concrete form (ICF) 6. 8” reinforced concrete veneer wall 7. concrete lateral reinforcing 8. 1/4” pre-weathered corten steel panels w/ sealant 9. light gauge steel framing 10. cast-in place concrete column 11. floor construction: 1/2” pre-weathered corten steel panels w/ sealant concrete topping slab corrugated metal sheeting S10 steel beam 12. courtyard construction: 2” concrete pavers adjustable height pedastal filter fabric rigid insulation waterproof membrane 13. 8” concrete reinforced slab tempered glass w/ extruded steel railing cap 14. basement floor construction: 6” concrete slab waterproof membrane 4” rigid insulation 4” gravel bed 15. structural steel column 16. concrete footing

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Working in collaboration with COPESCO, the World Bank, and the city of Ollantaytambo, our semester studio was the beginning of a multiyear effort towards studying the threats from increased tourism in the Sacred Valley. The ancient town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system for tourists en route to Machu Picchu and faces growing international economic pressures. Our work intended to propose a schematic master plan and new train station that accommodates international interests and local needs while preserving the town’s physical history and cultural ideals.


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Cooling Load Total Load

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Cooling Load 2,236 SQFT Total Load

37,220 kBTU

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BENCHMARK COMPARISON

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44’6”

75.4°

Cooling Load Total Load

35,497 kBTU

81,922 kBTU

GLAZING RATIO CALCULATIONS

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WALL ASSEMBLY 75 Energy Performance Rating (K-12)

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WP membrane polystyrene insulation concrete

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Total Assembly HEAT TRANSFER COMPARISON -101.91 TYPICAL SPRING DAY (120) R-value

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HOURS OF DAY WALL + ROOF ASSEMBLY MATERIAL PROPERTIES

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Working in collaboration with COPESCO, the World Bank, and the city of Ollantaytambo, our semester studio was the beginning of a multiyear effort towards studying the threats from Ryan Lewandowski 8230 Building Synthesis increased tourism inEnergy theARCH Sacred Valley. The Performance - Design Board ancient town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system for tourists en route to Machu Picchu and faces growing international economic pressures. LIGHT GAUGE STL. GYP. BOARD

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INDOOR TEMPERATURE COMPARISON 150°

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Naturally Ventilated

150

APERTURE ZONE CONTROL TEMP

150

100

LOWER TEMP : 65°F UPPER TEMP: 72°F CUT OFF TEMP: 100°F

100

50

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May June July

Aug

Sep

Oct

NON-VENTILATED BASE MODEL

Heating Load Cooling Load Total Load

44,062 kBTU 37,220 kBTU

81,282 kBTU

Nov

Dec

APERTURE ZONE CONTROL TEMP

150

LOWER TEMP : 70°F UPPER TEMP: 85°F CUT OFF TEMP: 100°F

100

50

MONTH OF YEAR

ENERGY LOAD (kBTU)

ENERGY LOAD (kBTU)

ENERGY LOAD (kBTU)

ANNUAL HEATING + COOLING LOADS COMPARISON

50

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May June July

Aug

Sep

MONTH OF YEAR

Oct

NATURALLY VENTILATED 65 - 72

Heating Load Cooling Load Total Load

46,425 kBTU 35,497 kBTU

81,922 kBTU

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May June July

Aug

Sep

MONTH OF YEAR

Oct

NATURALLY VENTILATED 70 - 85

Heating Load Cooling Load Total Load

44,180 kBTU 33,586 kBTU

77,766 kBTU

Nov

Dec


ARCH 7010

ROOTS OF MUSIC Professor Karen Van Lengen New Orleans, LA

Fall 2011

Located within Armstrong Park, the new home for the Roots of Music marching band program serves as a new cultural focal point that aims to dissolve the physical and cultural boundaries present in this crucial section of New Orleans. Lying between the French Quarter and the historically African American neighborhood of Treme, the design reinterprets the billboard to engage its surrounding context through an interactive visualization of the cultural activities that occur within and around the building itself.


Working in collaboration with COPESCO, the World Bank, and the city of Ollantaytambo, our semester studio was the beginning of a multiyear effort towards studying the threats from increased tourism in the Sacred Valley. The ancient town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system for tourists en route to Machu Picchu and faces growing international economic pressures. Our work intended to propose a schematic master plan and new train station that accommodates international interests and local needs while preserving the town’s physical history and cultural ideals.


Working in collaboration with COPESCO, the World Bank, and the city of Ollantaytambo, our semester studio was the beginning of a multiyear effort towards studying the threats from increased tourism in the Sacred Valley. The ancient town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system for tourists en route to Machu Picchu and faces growing international economic pressures. Our work intended to propose a schematic master plan and new train station that accommodates


Dripps + Phinney Studio

SHERLOC SENSOR KIT Batesville, VA

test walk mapped in Google Earth

Summer 2012

Fastened to a bike via a custom shock mount, Sherloc is a battery operated urban sensor device that records the temperature, humidity, light, and airborne particulate matter that is then geolocated with the onboard GPS device. The device will take readings once every 2-4 seconds. Once your trip has been completed, just press the power switch to end the recording. To retrieve the recording, unscrew the top of the box and remove the MicroSD card from the shield on the Arduino. Plug it into your computer and you have a formatted CSV file that can be opened in Excel or read directly through Grasshopper!

Arduino Uno _1 LB MicroSD module _2 Power Switch _3 9V Bettery _4 LB GPS module and antenna _5 Grove Dust Sensor _6 DHT22 Temp. and Hunidity Sensor _7 20x4 LCD Display w/ Backpack _8 Photoresistor Light Sensor _9


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