Sabella Hartman Master of Architecture
Table of Contents Re Colonization of Miami
Hostel in D.C.
Office of the Future
Living/Recolonization Location 2011 Urban Relocation/Architecture Hostel/Wellness Center Location 2010 Architecture Aquarium Tybee Island 2010 Architecture Office of the Future Location 2011 Architecture Office/Community Learning Location 2012 Urban Redevelopment/Architecture
Re:Colonization Of Miami Miami, Florida; Biscayne Bay 2011 Grad Studio 1 The threat of sea level rise is becoming a reality. Miamiâ€™s prime real estate is at risk for becoming underwater in the near future. This project changes and adapts to the rise in sea level as well as relocating those families that have been forced out of their homes. This project is a living bridge where power and food is made from the bridge as well as people inhabiting inside There are sea ports attached to bring in goods that cannot be grown or made on site. The towers act as false coral and allow coral and sand to attach to create sand bars and habitat for sea animals to live
Miamiâ€™s future prime real estate due to rise in sea level. Recolonization.
Blown-Up Wind Belt Detail
Wind Belt Detail 005
Form reacting to wind
Sustainability became an essential aspect of this project as without power the only point would be relocation. Self-sustainable power and food source was a must so residents would not have to venture off the bridge, thus wasting gas and time. On board the living bridge is a fast moving tram system on the outside, continuously revolving to drop and pick up any residents needing to move to a farther section of the bridge.
Water Flow From Current
002 Hostel in the City Washington D.C, MD 2010 Studio 4 This project is located at the intersection of Pennsylvania Ave. and I Street with two drastically different architectural styles surrounding the site. The idea of yin and yang became prominent from the start of the project, trying to satisfy two styles in one space. I wanted to bring the outdoors in door and vice versa, making the atrium a small forest with water running through.
The yin and yang hostel in the city, or is it?
First Floor Plan with Site
Water Wall in Atrium
FD FD FD FD
Water Wall Section
unity Hostel Space
Sun Angle Section
Metal Roof Decking Aluminum Mullion Single Pane Glass Wide Flange Beam Felt Air Barrier Stone Brackets Gypsum Board Vapor Retarder Steel Column Lime Stone Drop Ceiling Wood Formed Concrete Facade 2â€? Wall Cavity Raised Flooring System Concrete Slab
PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT
PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT
Steel Web Joist
003 Tybee Island Aquarium Tybee Island , GA 2010 Studio 3 Tybee Island Aquarium design was inspired by the marshland grass that covered the site and surrounding areas. Marshlands sustain a unique ecosystem with many species of plants and animals. As the sea level lowered the grass and racks were exposed to the wind with that came a beautiful movement becoming my concept for the exterior design and interior circulation
Combining the movement of the marshland grass into a functional corresponding aquarium
004 Office Of The Future Los Angeles, CA 2011 Studio 5-6 The office of the future for the Elsewhere Class, that Dalton Conely describes in his book Elsewhere U.S.A. The Elsewheres are habitual mulitaskers and are always in multiple places at once through the connection of the internet. These on-the-go business men and women have to time manage ever aspect of their lives to be able to fit in time for family, work, and themselves.
Elsewhere office, always meeting the needs of a fast pace lifestyle
Level 4 SEPARATION FABRIC GROWTH MEDIA TRIANGLE CONDUIT DRAINAGE MAT ROOT BARRIER INSULATION SHEET DRAIN PRIMARY MEMBRANE METAL DECKING CONCRETE
A36 STEEL BEAM
A36 STEEL WEB JOIST W18X97
A36 STEEL COLUMN
CURTAIN WALL GLASS
SPANDREL GLASS RAISED FLOOR SYSTEM INSULATION GRAVEL GRANULAR BACK FILL FILTER FABRIC COARSE GRAVEL 8” PERFORATED DRAIN PIPE REINFORCED CONCRETE FOOTER
005 Clean-Tech Community 2012 Graduate Thesis Studio II Designing architecture without nostalgic influences and utopic ideals, which hinder design opportunities, leads to community growth.
Promoting a clean future-friendly community
Utopia Stability Average curve Economy Changes
RT ATI ON
RT ATI ON
PEO E PL
New Bus Routes
Bike Paths RED MAIN ROUTE YELLOW ROUTE GREEN ROUTE PURPLE ROUTE
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL HEAVY RESIDENTIAL
BLUE BUSINESS ROUTE
Existing Bike Path Canal Bike Path Re-Route Downtown Bike Path Re-Route
Mound Site Information
River/Water Site Information
Solar Energy Building
Wind Energy Building
Solar Farm Field
Wind Farm Field
Hydropower Plant & Water Cleaning Solar Energy Building Solar Farm Field
Farm Equipment Storage Farm Field
Urban Infill Before and After ADDED BIKE PATHS
EXISTING BIKE PATH
New Street Section
P L A N T I N G
BIKE SIDEWALK LANE
First Layer of Boxes
Second Layer of Boxes
Third Layer of Boxes
Final Layer of Boxes
2 2 3
First Floor Plan
Second Floor Plan
Third Floor Plan
Fourth Floor Plan
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
1. Second Floor Showroom 2. Auditorium 3. Office Space 4. Conference Room 5. Meeting Room
1. Cafe Green Roof 2. Office Green Roof 3. Office Space 4. Private Offices 5. Private Loft Residence
1. Public Green Roof 2. Green House 3. Residence Green Roof
Showroom Cafe Outdoor Cafe Space Outdoor Auditorium Office Space Retail Space Warehouse
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Auditorium Construction Detail
Hallway to Auditorium Detail
Hallway to Auditorium Detail
I came to Savannah College of Art and Design knowing very little about the field of architecture and what architecture is all about. My Auto Cad teacher in high school sparked my interest and curiosity in further expanding my knowledge of architecture. Attending SCAD has immensely broadened my knowledge of architecture and has clearly defined what architecture means to me. Architecture is the design and creation of structure, aesthetic, and functional applications to make a dwelling or shelter where people conscientiously and subconsciously interact with on a daily basis. I have become aware of my design style through use of the materials Iâ€™ve worked with, and by looking at other design ideas in print, on the street or in photos that appeal to me. I am looking forward to applying my learned knowledge at SCAD and be able to apply this at an architecture firm. I am interested in sustainable, adaptive, designs that better the community and the people that come in contact with the space. Employment as an architect in a firm will lead me to becoming a licensed architect as well as LEED AP in the future. In todays state we are the ones that can make an impact collectively to help better and prolong the Earth and our existance on it. Todays sustainable and LEED guide lines are just barely hitting the line of what we have the knowledge and technology to do with just have to influence everyone because it takes more than one person the change the world it takes all a collective effort.
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My motivation and dedication, aid in my profriciency in design, sustainablity, three dimensional modeling and rendering structures for bettering our futures.
Savannah College of Art & Design Masters of Architecture Degree - anticipated June 2012 BFA – Architecture Major – 2011 – GPA 3.5
Designer/Administrative Gary Hartman Design June 2004 - Present Logo design, signage design, ad design, and architectural renderings. Pick-up and delivery to clients and electronic file organization. LEED/Design/Administrative Trident Sustainability June 2011- December 2011 LEED Documents LEED Online, marketing design, administrative. Customer Service/Cashier Dale Zinks Meat Market June 2009 - December 2011 Taking customer orders over the phone, balancing cash monies/ credit card at closing, weighed and packaged customer orders, restocking and filling product, and miscelanious food preperation Sustainable Research Clerk Dalu Architects October 2009 – November 2009 Researched and reported informative facts on Green & Sustainability Projects for Sustainability Course.
Extreme Home Makeover – Savannah Edition October 2010
Land excavation, feeding the construction workers, and anything else they needed.
NAAB’ed Projects (2) Dean’s List (6)
Computer Software Experience AutoDesk: AutoCad, Revit Architecture; MEP and Structure, Ecotect, Vasari & 3ds Max, Showcase. Adobe: Illustrator, Photoshop & InDesign Others: Twinmotion, Green Building Studio, Paracloud GEM (Basic), Rhinoceros (Basic), SketchUp,GIS, Microsoft Word & Excel MAC and Windows operating systems Full portfolio submitted by request, in person.