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ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN

RICARDO IGLESIAS

PORTFOLIO


Bulwer House


Hidden Treasure, 37 Bulwer House, 2012. OCADU - Residential Studio


This project was to redevelop an abandoned building for a fellow designer. The concept was “hidden treasure.� Above Basement Floor Plan. Renderings of the interior; open concept of the living room and kitchen space.

PLANS


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The building displays protuding windows, coinciding with the treasure concept. Windows represent jewels hidden in a treasure box Above Sketch Up concepts of the building form. The form of an abstract treasure box exposing the “hidden treasure.� Last Image: Exterior

ELEVATIONS


Tongue and Groove Joints. Nailed for reinforcment

2x4 Wood Frame Overhang Typical Wall Assembly (8 3/4”) - 1/2” Gypsum Board w/ vapour retarder paint - 2x6 wood studs w/ Fibreglass Batt Insulation - 1” XPS Insulation - Housewrap (Vapour Barrier) - 1/2” OSB Sheathing - 3/4” Exterior Wood Panel

1/2” Aluminum plate welded to 2” aluminum tube brace, anchored and bolted to wooden frame overhang

2” Hollow Aluminum Tube for support and bracing, bolted to OSB sheathing on wall assembly and wooden frame overhang

Detailed drawings of building construction First Image: Over hang attached against the house. Second Image: Window frame connection to building frame. Above Section plan of building, showing location of detail drawings.

DETAILS

2x6 Wood Studs w/ 24” of batting insulation on centre

1/2” Steel Plate

2” Stud framing, placed on top of I-beam

7” I-beam

Typical Floor Assembly (9 1/2”) - 1/2” Dark Oak Hardwood Floor - 1/2“ Plywood Board - 2x6 wood joists w/ Fibreglass Batt Insulation - 2x4 Girder - 1/2” Gypsum Board (Ceiling)


Typical Wall Assembly (8 3/4”) - 1/2” Gypsum Board - 2x6 wood studs w/ Fibreglass Batt Insulation - 1” XPS Insulation - Housewrap (Vapour Barrier) - 1/2” OSB Sheathing - 3/4” Exterior Wood Panel

2 3/4” XPS Insulation, on each side of the I-beam 6”X 7” Steel I-Beam - Support for protruding windows, to shift loads to the columns

3/4” Glazed Glass

Aluminum Frame Brace Caulking

2 slot steel brace (Painted Black)

1” Steel Plate 1/2” Drywall, to cover the the I-beam column

7”x 7” I-beam Column

Detailed drawings of building construction First Image: Protruding window connected to wooden building frame. Second Image: Connections of protruding window, wall cladding and floor construction. Above Section plan of building, showing location to details.

DETAILS

1/2” Drywall, to cover the the I-beam column

7”x 7” I-beam Column

1” Steel Plate

Caulking Steel Window Frame Brace

2x6 Wood Joist

3/4” Glazed Glass

Typical Floor Assembly (9 1/2”) - 1/2” Dark Oak Hardwood Floor - 1/2“ Plywood Board - 2x6 wood joists w/ Fibreglass Batt Insulation - 2x4 Girder - 1/2” Gypsum Board (Ceiling)

Typical Wall Assembly (8 3/4”) - 1/2” Gypsum Board - 2x6 wood studs w/ Fibreglass Batt Insulation - 1” XPS Insulation - Housewrap (Vapour Barrier) - 1/2” OSB Sheathing - 3/4” Exterior Wood Panel

2 slot steel brace (Painted Black)


Alumbra Latin American Cultural Centre, 2013. OCADU - Thesis


For my thesis project I developed a Latin American Cultural Centre, to empower and celebrate the Latino community. My concept was a beacon, to unite the community. Above Map of Latin America, representing 20 countries.

ENVIRONMENT & RESEARCH


Interior illustration of the lobby, art gallery, the cafe, theatre lobby and the library. Above Sketches of bubble mapping for placement of rooms and sun path.

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Basement floor plan of the Alumbra Latin American Cultural Centre.

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Basement & first floor plan of the Alumbra Latin American Cultural Centre.

Above Interior Renderings: Cafe, Art Gallery, and Elevator Lobby.

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Second floor plan of the Alumbra Latin American Cultural Centre. Third floor plan of the Alumbra Latin American Cultural Centre.

Above Interior Renderings: Theatre Lobby, Library, Theatre.

PLANS


Three rectilinear forms are connected creating the Alumbra Latin American Cultural Centre. Above Sketches of building form and development.

ELEVATIONS


Sections of main building and a longitudinal section of the entire structure. Material board displaying Cafe & Art Gallery materials, finishes, fabrics and paint.

SECTIONS & MATERIAL BOARD


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Midst Hotel & Condo, 2012.

OCADU - Hospitality & Retail Studio Group Project: Ricardo Iglesias, Christina Poulos & Maha Saoud


Floor plates of the Hotel tower. Floors 1 - 2 is lobby & retail space. Floors 3 - 20, hotel rooms and suites. Above Site location along Queens Quay, Toronto Ontario

PLANS


CITY SIDE VIEWS

LAKESHORE VIEWS

ROGERS CENTRE STEAMWHISTLE BREWERY

Mi-Ne SUSHI

SPOT COFFEE $$ TD CANADA TRUST

ST.LOUIS BAR &GRILL

ALTERNA SAVINGS & CREDIT UNION

HARBOURFRONT CHIROPRACTIC

ICHIBAN SUSHI SPICE THAI CAFE

WATERFRONT MEDICAL CENTRE

BEER STORE

H2O PARK H2O PARK

MARINA QUAY WEST BILLY BISHOP TORONTO CITY AIRPORT

H20 PARK

Remaining hotel floor plans, and bridge floor plan that connects the hotel and condo towers, sharing ammenities. Above Schematics of surrounding stores, businesses and health care centres. Also directions of habour and city views.

PLANS

SIMCOE WAVEDECK


Floor plates of the Condo tower. Floors 1 - 14 of different condo apartments and suites. Above Sketch Up model of Midst Hotel & Condo.

PLANS


Floors 15 - 20 Above Sketch Up model of Midst Hotel & Condo.

PLANS


North Elevation & East Elevation.

ELEVATIONS


South Elevation & West Elevation.

ELEVATIONS


First Image: North View of the Midst Hotel & Condo Second Image: Ammenities bridge connecting the hotel and condo towers.

RENDERINGS


First Image: Ground View on Queens Quay. Second Image: View from underneath the Gardiner Expressway.

RENDERINGS


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