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Ryan B. Lewandowski B.S. Arch, University of Virginia, 2008 M. ARCH I - Advanced Placement


Ryan B. Lewandowski 83 Fort Greene Pl. Apt 2 Brooklyn, NY 11217 rblewandowski@gmail.com 434.610.8508


Table of Contents ARCH 301

Arts and Community Development Center

ARCH 302

Student Study Center

D.I.S. SEMESTER ABROAD Sketches & Travels

Vesterbrø Row House

ARCH 402

Master plan & Train+Rail Station

ARCH 544

Parametric Rapid Prototyping

IATH . SIGGRAPH ARCH 302 Site Analysis

Rome Reborn Booth

POLSHEK PARTNERSHIP NYU Elevator Tower


Last Supper

Aural Garden 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.

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install day 1

install day 2

install day 3


Through the process of the project, I held the lead position for

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Ennead Architects

NYU Langone Medical Center New York, New York

Fall 2008 - present

This project will add four new elevators to the outdated Tisch Hospital to improve the flow and quality of experience for patients and visitors.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


NYU Langone Medical Center concept riverfront


Ennead Architects

NYU ELEVATOR TOWER New York, New York

Spring 2009

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. frit glass _ 1

frit glass _ 2

frit glass _ 3

frit glass _ 4

solid panel _ 1

solid panel _ 2

solid panel _ 3

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interior lobby view

exterior view from above courtyard


NYU 2031 Master Plan New York, New York

Spring 2009

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.

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NYULMC Master Plan New York, New York

Summer 2009

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.

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EXISTING

PHASE 1

EXISTING CONDITIONS

TISCH ELEVATOR & ED

PHASE 2 KIMMEL HOSPITAL Demo & Displacement Req'd

PHASE 3 UTILITY BUILDING

PHASE 4

PHASE 5

RESEARCH BUILDING Demo & Displacement Req'd

STRETCHER BUILDING Demo & Displacement Req'd

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AH HCC KIMMEL SE_RESEARCH SK SRC STRETCHER_FULL UH UH - ED UTILITY Grand total

A2

2,007,287 ZSF 187,078 SF Lot Coverage

2,031,244 ZSF 192,217 SF Lot Coverage

2,529,464 ZSF 226,231 SF Lot Coverage

2,662,435 ZSF 253,215 SF Lot Coverage

2,557,092 ZSF 242,122 SF Lot Coverage

2,605,469 ZSF 260,268 SF Lot Coverage

ACUTE CARE BUILDING Demo & Displacement Req'd

future build-out phasing tree

FILLER BUILDING Demo & Displacement Req'd

F1

2,662,435 ZSF 253,215 SF Lot Coverage

RESEARCH BUILDING Demo & Displacement Req'd

E

2,719,151 ZSF 256,256 SF Lot Coverage

2,735,020 ZSF 264,476 SF Lot Coverage

ACUTE CARE BUILDING

408,551 SF 65 % 265,532 SF 6.5 (group 4) 2,655,322 SF

RESEARCH BUILDING Demo & Displacement Req'd

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*Indenture Constraints : 65% Lot Coverage, 25 Story Limit, Parking Space Requirement **Does not include OCME site

NYULMC SUPERBLOCK DEVELOPMENT

2,822,607 ZSF 256,256 SF Lot Coverage

2,927,950 ZSF 267,348 SF Lot Coverage

7,000

ENABLING PREREQUISITES : DEMOLITION GSF COL 26,000 IRM 135,500 RR 72,500 UH 12,000 246,500 28,500 SF Lot

KIMMEL HOSPITAL

765,000 DGSF 844,000 GSF 776,500 ZSF

ZSF 21,500 115,000 65,500 12,000 214,500 Coverage

62,500 SF Lot Coverage

NYULMC GREATER URBAN CAMPUS (DGSF): Off Superblock

On Superblock

111,500

PROGRAM DISPLACMENT (DGSF) ACUTE CARE 102,000 AMBULATORY CARE 19,500 CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION 3,500 COMMON 14,000 EDUCATION 19,000 LOGISTICAL SUPPORT 10,500 RESEARCH 26,500 195,000

973,500

234,000

218,000

363,500

551,500

5,500

127,500

101,000

276,500

205,000

the ‘kit’ of parts

Previous Total 2,276,000 DGSF 2,516,000 GSF Previous Zoning SF Previous Lot Coverage

NEW SUPERBLOCK TOTAL 2,846,000 DGSF 3,139,500 GSF 2,041,500 ZSF 193,000 SF

New Zoning SF

234,000 New Lot Coverage

AH HCC KIMMEL MSB SE_ACUTECARE SK SRC UH UH - ED UTILITY Grand total

40,452 294,290 786,827 276,779 333,010 541,428 253,940 655,279 3,851 151,540 3,337,396

AH COL HCC KIMMEL KIMMEL-WEST MSB SE_RESEARCH SK SRC UH UH - ED UTILITY Grand total

40,452 33,398 294,290 786,827 205,659 276,779 233,840 541,428 253,940 655,279 3,851 84,768 3,410,511

AH COL HCC KIMMEL KIMMEL-WEST MSB SE_RESEARCH SK SRC UH UH - ED UTILITY Grand total

40,452 33,398 294,290 786,827 309,115 276,779 333,010 541,428 253,940 655,279 3,851 84,768 3,613,137

2,677,756 ZSF 258,386 SF Lot Coverage

PEDS BUILDING

ZONING DATA Lot Area : Lot Coverage : Allowable : FAR : Allowable :

40,452 294,290 786,827 333,010 541,428 253,940 289,455 655,279 3,851 84,768 3,283,301

25,000

NYULMC GREATER URBAN CAMPUS TOTAL 4,273,500 DGSF 4,567,000 GSF *1.45 DGSF to GSF multiplier

2,625,000 ZSF SF

Allowable Zoning SF on Superblock (6.5 FAR) Allowable Lot Coverage on Superblock (65% of 408,511)

2,655,322 ZSF 265,532 SF

Phase 2 KIMMEL HOSPITAL

POLSHEK PARTNERSHIP ARCHITECTS LLP 320 West 13th Street, New York, NY 10014

single phase graphic output

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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 multi-year 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. ryan b. lewandowski / academic


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During our time in Ollantaytambo, we were challenged with thinking of new ways to document the town and our experience. Along with the traditional means of recording, such as photography and sketches, I took a series of short videos at various points within the town. Focusing on the sounds of traffic, water, music, and talking during the clips, I extracted this information to create a diagrammatic timeline of each video. Inspired by the quipu, a traditional Incan method of record keeping with knots, I created my own with each strand representing the sounds of my experiences.

Quipu street sound diagram

ryan b. lewandowski / academic / 2008


‘block game’ site 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.

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broken roof azotea rota

structure estructura

service space espacio del servicio

site section sketch walls paredes

terrace terraza

ground tierra


bus terminal

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train station


ryan b. lewandowski / academic / 2008


ARCH 302

STUDENT STUDY CENTER Associate Professor Charles Menefee Charlottesville, VA

Spring 2007

The semester long project was an investigation of public and private spaces through the experience of the student at the University of Virginia. The building becomes an active interface between the student at study and the student in transit through a dynamic facade created by individualized study spaces.

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Anchoring itself on the backside of the psychology building along a popular student shortcut, the building extends through a wooded site that is the backyard for multiple existing university buildings. Viewed as a unique remnant of the natural terrain, the overall site strategy was to connect the student with their surroundings through a series of new paths and visual connections from the elevated study spaces.

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Considering the individual study carrel as the most basic unit of the design, I investigated the materials, light qualities, and spatial relationships with the goal of designing a space that can be personalized by manually changing its spatial and light qualities. The carrel serves as a module of space that is expanded to accommodate small group spaces and larger public lounges throughout the building.

single study carrel

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small group work space

public lounge


wetland wooded lawn boulders

Due to the varied terrain across the site, the three main exterior spaces have unique landscape strategies. A wooded lawn on the high ground, boulders on the hillside, and a wetland that maintains an existing daylighted drainage field.


ryan b. lewandowski / academic / 2007


ARCH 301

ARTS & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CENTER Associate Professor William Williams Brooklyn, NY

Fall 2006

Located in the culturally segregated neighborhood of Crown Heights, this multi-function design problem was aimed at understanding a complex past in order to address its current and future potential. Looking to the surrounding urban context, I found inspiration in the unifying visual rhythm of the neighboring brownstones. By reflecting this rhythm at the scale of the building’s program, the intent of the design is to establish a unifying dialogue between community members through its use.

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A community kitchen and food co-op are the primary programmatic drivers within the design. Through the personal act of cooking and having a meal together, stories and lessons are shared creating a cross-cultural dialogue that brings the different local cultures together. The table for cooking and eating becomes a symbol for this interaction and is carried throughout the rest of the building to facilitate its many other functions.

ryan b. lewandowski / academic / 2006


ground floor plan

first floor

second floor

third floor

fourth floor

fifth floor

A community kitchen and food co-op are the primary programmatic drivers within the design. Through the personal act of cooking and having a meal together, stories and lessons are shared creating a cross-cultural dialogue that brings the different local cultures together. The table for cooking and eating becomes a symbol for this interaction and is carried throughout the rest of the building to facilitate its many other functions.

urban rhythm site plan

ryan b. lewandowski / academic / 2006


3/16th scale laminated basswood and chip sectional model 18” x 18” x 22”

ryan b. lewandowski / academic / 2006


D.I.S. SEMESTER ABROAD

Light_Video Art Kunstal Professor Eva Frederikson Copenhagen, Denmark

Fall 2007

In a small scale residential insertion, this design of a Danish row house investigates the slicing of a private boundary to create a visual transparency while still maintaining a sense of security. This is accomplished by weaving the circulation around translucent vertical planes, which conceal the private spaces in the back. In a small scale residential insertion, this design of a Danish row house investigates the slicing of a private boundary to create a visual transparency while still maintaining a sense of security. This is accomplished by weaving the circulation around translucent vertical planes, which conceal the private spaces in the back.

ryan b. lewandowski / academic


artist precedents

concept diagram


In a small scale residential insertion, this design of a Danish row house investigates the slicing of a private boundary to create a visual transparency while still maintaining a sense of security. This is accomplished by weaving the circulation around translucent vertical planes, which conceal the private spaces in the back.

ryan b. lewandowski / academic


In a small scale residential insertion, this design of a Danish row house investigates the slicing of a private boundary to create a visual transparency while still maintaining a sense of security. This is accomplished by weaving the circulation around translucent vertical planes, which conceal the private spaces in the back.

ryan b. lewandowski / academic


group

individual programatic diagrams

Section A

Section E

Section D

Section C

Section B

Section A

Section B

Section C

Section D

Section E


night rendering - physical model inset


D.I.S. SEMESTER ABROAD

VESTERBRĂ˜ ROW HOUSE Professor Eva Frederikson Copenhagen, Denmark

Fall 2007

In a small scale residential insertion, this design of a Danish row house investigates the slicing of a private boundary to create a visual transparency while still maintaining a sense of security. This is accomplished by weaving the circulation around translucent vertical planes, which conceal the private spaces in the back.

ryan b. lewandowski / academic


D.I.S. SEMESTER ABROAD

SKETCHES & TRAVELS Copenhagen, Denmark

Fall 2007

During my semester abroad, I partook in two semester long journal courses providing a chance to improve my visual and analytical sketching techniques. With most sessions involving trips through the city, we were taught to analyze our surroundings through mental maps, field measured sections and plans, comparative studies, serial visions, vignettes, and material sketches. This journal became an important means of documenting my semester abroad, including my personal travels to Poland and Germany.

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serial visions

urban study - copenhagen, denmark


church as a symbol

urban study - old city center, krakow, poland

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the memory void

building study - jewish museum, berlin, germany


design

IATH . SIGGRAPH

ROME REBORN BOOTH Associate Director Dean Abernathy w/ Sebastijan Jemec Los Angeles, CA

Summer 2008

In a summer long design/build project with former classmate Sebastijan Jemec, the concept of transparency is used to display both the structure of the design and the international technology used to create the exhibited Rome Reborn project. Given two weeks for construction, the booth was fabricated offsite and brought in for installation, requiring that it be modular, light weight, and of efficient construction methods. ryan b. lewandowski / professional


prototypes

fabrication

“finished�

transport

assembly


A rigid “projection wing� displayed images of Rome through its structure, serving as a way to attract attendees to the booth. With the exhibits set up along the perimeter, those interested were immediately engaged through interacting with the technology and designers of the project.

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House of Cards

2x3.5 Lamp New York, New York

Summer 2010

In an office wide challenge to re-use/re-purpose/ recycle the now obsolete Polshek Partnership business cards in a creative way, this lamp is made of 75 business cards with a small plexi bracket. The folded design utilizes the single orange side of the cards to produce an warm glow over the white exterior. A modular system of folding was used and by modifying the angle or direction of the folds, each of the three rows become unique.

fold

in

fold

over

middle row

bottom row

ryan b. lewandowski / personal


In an office wide challenge to re-use/re-purpose/ recycle the now obsolete Polshek Partnership business cards in a creative way, this lamp is made of 75 business cards with a small plexi bracket. The folded design utilizes the single orange side of the cards to produce an warm glow over the white exterior. A modular system of folding was used and by modifying the angle or direction of the folds, each of the three rows become unique.

ryan b. lewandowski / personal


CUNY York College Student Center Jamaica, NY

Polshek Partnersip/Ennead Architects

Project Proposal Models New York, New York

Spring/Summer 2010

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


Ryerson University Student Center Toronto, ON


ARCH 544

SWISS RE 3D STUDY Associate Professor Charles Menefee Charlottesville, VA

Spring 2007

The semester long project was an investigation of public and private spaces through the experience of the student at the University of Virginia. The building becomes an active interface between the student at study and the student in transit through a dynamic facade created by individualized study spaces.

ryan b. lewandowski / academic


axis-profile

floor guidelines

column profiles

column extrusion

column mirror

column array

facade panel geometry


class geometric & surface explorations

ARCH 544

PARAMETRIC RAPID PROTOTYPING Associate Professor Earl Mark

Spring 2008

The intent of this course was to learn the underlying principles of parametric modeling. A cardboard lamp shade project created by a mathematically derived surface inspired my final project, a study of visual focal points of transparency within a wall structure. By creating a point of influence, the wall structure can shift its directionality while maintaining a set form.

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transaction modelBased "draw the polygon" { feature drawPoly GC.GraphFunction { Definition = function (Point pointList){ //procedure to draw any closed polygon of unspecified number of points

radius = 4; degr = 0; degrinc = 2; index = 0; Cscalar = 0.3; zval = 0; resolution = 0.0;

Polygon arbitraryPolygon = new Polygon(this); arbitraryPolygon.ByVertices(pointList); }; } }

// Initiate Drawing of Circle while number of degrees less than or equal to 360 transaction modelBased "graphic function to find Z value given x and y coordinates" { feature surfProg GC.GraphFunction { Definition = Point function(Point startPoint, double Cscalar, double degr, double resolution, double degrinc){ // Gets sin wave along x-axis and y-axis for z from x and y of startPoin // Works well for Cscalar set to 1.0 with Resolution set to 0.5

while (zval <= radius * 2) //(resolution * (degrinc*5)) { while (degr < 360.0) { // Determine x value and y value of Point

Point returnPoint = new Point(); double height; double distx, disty;

distx = Cos(degr) disty = Sin(degr) distx2 = Cos(degr disty2 = Sin(degr

height = Cscalar * (Sin(Degrees((degr * .9425) / 6)) + Sin(Degrees((startPoint.Z ) * 3))); distx = Cos(degr) * height; disty = Sin(degr) * height; returnPoint.ByCartesianCoordinates(baseCS, startPoint.X + distx, startPoint.Y + disty, startPoint.Z);

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radius; radius; degrinc) * radius; degrinc) * radius;

// determine a point for the current value of distx and disty. xval = distx; yval = disty; xval2 = distx2; yval2 = disty2; resolution = Sqrt((Pow((xval - xval2),2) + Pow((yval - yval2),2))); zval2 = zval + resolution;

return returnPoint; }; } }

pt1.ByCartesianCoordinates(baseCS, xval, yval, zval); pt1 = surfProg(pt1, Cscalar, degr, resolution, degrinc); pt2.ByCartesianCoordinates(baseCS, xval, yval, zval2); pt2 = surfProg(pt2, Cscalar, degr, resolution, degrinc); pt3.ByCartesianCoordinates(baseCS, xval2, yval2, zval); pt3 = surfProg(pt3, Cscalar, degr + degrinc, resolution, degrinc); pt4.ByCartesianCoordinates(baseCS, xval2, yval2, zval2); pt4 = surfProg(pt4, Cscalar, degr + degrinc, resolution, degrinc); drawPoly({pt1, pt3, pt4, pt2});

transaction modelBased "draw cylinder" { feature polygon01 GC.Polygon { Function = function(){ // Procedure makecircle to draw a circle as a series of line segments Point originPoint = new Point(); Point pt1 = new Point(); Point pt2 = new Point(); Point pt3 = new Point(); Point pt4 = new Point(); double degr, degrinc; double radius, radians; double distx, disty; double distx2, disty2; double xval, yval, zval; double xval2, yval2, zval2; double resolution; double Cscalar; int index;

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// Increment the number of degrees of revolution of the point degr = degr + degrinc; } zval = zval + resolution; degr = 0.0; } }; FunctionArguments = {}; } }

= physical prototype _ lamp shade


step 1 _ construct smart b-spline surface

step 2 _ parameterized guide lines

step 5 _ louver guides based on perspective project inspiration _ corrugated prototype

The intent of this course was to learn the underlying principles of parametric modeling. A cardboard lamp shade project created by a mathematically derived surface inspired my final project, a study of visual focal points of transparency within a wall structure. By creating a point of influence, the wall structure can shift its directionality while maintaining a set form.

step 3 _ array points on surface

step 6 _ construct louver

step 4 _ perspective lines

ryan b. lewandowski / academic


Personal

Photography 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. ryan b. lewandowski / personal


interior lobby view

ryan b. lewandowski / personal


interior lobby view


interior lobby view

ryan b. lewandowski / personal


interior lobby view


A semester long investigation of Peru that focused on the threats resulting from increased tourism in the Sacred Valley. The rural town of Ollantaytambo sits at a critical juncture between the bus and rail system and faces the greatest international pressure. The intent is to understand and improve upon the current infrastructure to preserve the townâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s unique character and history. Designed in collaboration with two classmates, the new station is situated down river of the town and becomes apart of the landscape, reminiscent of Incan terracing, which utilizes modern local materials and construction techniques. Tied back into town through a redesigned transportation network, its open flow into the landscape becomes a node ready for future development.

ryan b. lewandowski / academic / 2008


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Lewandowski Portfolio Draft  

draft portfolio for grad school