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SCOTT IRA FALLICK

SELECTED WORKS UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA | B.ARCH 2013


SCOTT IRA FALLICK

50 meadow woods rd, great neck, NY 11020 FALLICK@usc.edu | 310.740.5546 www.scottfallick.com


Contents 2010 - 2012 WESTLAKE SOCIAL HOUSING

U.S. SOLAR DECATHLON 2013

0033

PASADENA LOW RISE HOUSING

ECHO PARK PERFORMING ARTS


Permanent supportive housing Westlake, CA The primary objective was to integrate the neighborhood to begin to breakdown the social stigma associated with homelessness. Due to nearby schools and bus stops, the intention was to create convenient shortcuts across the site for students and commuters. The site investigation uncovered a nearby small community garden. This led to an extension of this garden, devoting most of the landscape to growing vegetables and implementing a “Garden to Table” Cafe. This creates an opportunity for interaction, dining, learning, as well as a small revenue stream. Another main objective was to build a strong sense of community among the building’s residents. As the circulation carves around the units, it creates both gathering spaces as well as reflective spaces, with the understanding that a residents’ mentality can change drastically between first arrival and months to years later.

EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE 01


SITE PLAN 03


PROGRAM DESIGNATIONS

HOUSING INVENTORY

HOUSEHOLD LANGUAGE

EDUCATION LEVEL

RENTED 87%

SPANISH 52%

HIGHSCHOOL OR LESS 44%

VACANT 8%

ENGLISH 28%

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE 30%

OWNED 5%

ASIAN & PACIFIC ISLAND 17% OTHER 4%

BACHELORS OR ASSOCIATES DEGREE 19% GRADUATE DEGREE 6%

AGE DISTRIBUTION MEDIAN AGE: 30

HOLLYWOOD

HOUSING SILVERLAKE

SUPPORT MICRO-COMMUNITY

0-10

11-18

19-34

34-49

50-64

65+

CATALYST PROGRAM

INCOME

VIEWS / ACCESS

LINCOLN HEIGHTS TOTAL POPULATION: 147,353 AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE: 3 HOUSEHOLDS WITH CHILDREN: 39.78%

CHINA TOWN

MEDIAN SALARY: $25,233/YEAR

DOWNTOWN BOYLE HEIGHTS 20 OR LESS 20-40

30-60

60-120

125 +

VEHICLE TRAFFIC PEDESTRIAN

SITE CIRCULATION

RESIDENTIAL

3 STORY 2 STORY 1 STORY

ROADS

ROADS ALLEYS

BUS STOPS

METRO DASH

BUS STOPS SHORTCUTS SCHOOL TRAFFIC PUBLIC VS PRIVATE

VACANT BUILDINGS

PARKING LOTS

SITE ANALYSIS 04


B

A

B

1ST FLOOR

PARKING A

SECTION AA + FLOOR PLANS 05

2ND FLOOR


3RD FLOOR

4TH FLOOR

5TH FLOOR

PARAPET WALL

EXTENSIVE VEGETAIVE ROOF

LOUVER + GLAZING SYSTEM 3” x 6 “ CNC MILLED FINS

CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE: WALL/SLAB

SLAB ON GRADE FOUNDATION

SECTION BB + FLOOR PLANS 06


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE: garden to table cafe 07


15’ o.c.

SOLAR RESPONSE

HVAC SYSTEMS

STRUCTURE

CIRCULATION

BUILDING MODEL + COMPREHENSIVE DIAGRAMS 08


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE: recreation room 09


EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVES 10


U.TeamS. Partner: SOLARKai Nguyen DECATHLON 2013 Generated from the notion that in the contemporary world, a family’s dynamic socioeconomic conditions can transform the way they live over time, we’ve designed a flexible environment to match shifting needs and desires. Spaces can be expanded and pulled out from larger spaces, to double square footage and provide a range of spaces for various programs. To achieve this, the movement of major furniture/ room dividers and sliding panels takes a cue from Los Angeles’s famous Case Study Houses in which sliding glass doors blur the line between interior space and the comfortable Californian environment. Sustainability is essentially about flexibility, the best use of recyclable materials and the highest energy efficiencies will only have a short term impact unless they can adapt to the long term flexible requirements of a rapidly changing world.

EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE 11


SITE FORCES + ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS

1 YEAR SOLAR PATH

SOLAR EXPOSURE

WIND ROSE

WIND FLOW

VENTILATION

ENVIRONMENTAL CONCEPT

CROSS VENTILATION

FLEXIBILITY

RAIN COLLECTION

EXTERIOR 8 AM

EXTERIOR 12 PM

EXTERIOR 3 PM

EXTERIOR 6 PM

EAT/WORK 8 AM

EAT/WORK 12 PM

EAT/WORK 3 PM

SOLAR ORIENTATION

SUN STUDIES

ENVIRONMENTAL DIAGRAMS + STUDIES 13

EAT/WORK 6 PM


C

DECK

DECK

B SHOWER DINING

WORK

DINING

DECK

A

DECK BATH

BATH STORAGE STORAGE W.C.

LIVING

W.C. ENTRANCE

LIVING/MEDIA ENTRANCE

MECH BEDROOM

STORAGE

MECH. STORAGE

A STORAGE STORAGE

C STATIONARY PLAN

FLEXIBLE PLAN

B

CARVED SPACES

SLIDING PARTIIONS

NATURAL LIGHT

SOLAR PROTECTION + COLLECTION

CONCEPT DIAGRAMS + FLOOR PLANS 14


1b 2b

1b 1a

1a

2b

2a 3b

2a

6b

3a

4b 4a

3b

3a 5b

6b

4b

4a

5a

5a STUCTURAL MEMBERS

FRIT GLASS, PV PANELS, RAMP

SECTION AA SECTIONS + PREFABRICATION DIAGRAM 15

DISASSEMBLED

DISASSEMBLED

SECTION BB

5b


+

+ PLYWOOD PANELS

= 2 OVERSIZED 14’ X 75’ TRUCKS

SECTION CC SECTIONS + PREFABRICATION DIAGRAM 16


METAL FLASHING METAL GUTTER 2X4 PLATE R-38 BATT INSULATION

PV CLAM PV PANELS SUNPOWER 240W PV PANEL 2X2 C-CHANNEL STRUCTURAL POST

4X12 WOOD BEAM HAT CHANNEL ZINC PANEL FRIT GLASS WITH CUSTOMIZED PATTERN 2X4 METAL TUBE

STANDING SEAM METAL ROOF

FRITTED GLASS SECONDARY SKIN

WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE OSB

2” X 2” LIGHT METAL

DOUBLE PANE LITE METAL FLASHING

6”X 8’ (16’) WOOD SIDING

GYPSUM BOARD 15/32” PLYWOOD SHEATHING

METAL PLATE PLANTER SOIL BED

2” X 10“ ROOF JOISTS @ 24”

LAG BOLT 2X6 BLOCKING WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

DOUBLE 2” X 10” HEADERS

OSB

DOUBLE 2” X 12”

R-19 BATT INSULATION

2” X 4” WALL STUDS @ 16” TERRAZO FLOORING 3/4” MORTAR ELECTRIC RADIANT HEAT WATER PROOFING MEMBRANE

2X4 BOTTOM PLATE

2” X 12” FLOOR JOISTS @ TYPE V CONSTRUCTION

5/8” PLYWOOD 2X12 JOIST HEADER

2X12 FLOOR JOIST

WATER PIPE

R-38 BAT INSULATION

2X12 JOIST BLOCKING

4X12 SADDLE BRACKET

STEEL GRATE

3/4” WASHER & BOLT HYDROLIC JACK

2X2 METAL TUBE CONCRETE RUNWAY

WALL SECTION + STRUCTURE, MATERIAL, ENVIRONMENTAL AXONS 17

GREY WATER TANK EXPANSION BOLT

ADJUSTABLE DECK SUPPORTS


SUNPOWER 240W PV PANEL

FRIT GLASS CUSTOMIZED PATTERN

2X2 METAL TUBE

PV PANELS (35) : SUNPOWER E19-240W STANDING SEAM METAL ROOF SOUTH-WEST EXPOSED SECONDARY SKIN FRITTED GLASS

6”X 8’(16’) RED CEDAR WOOD SIDING PLANTERS

MAIN SERVICE PANEL, UTILITY METER, DC INVERTER OPERABLE SKYLIGHTS RAIN COLLECTION OUTDOOR COMPRESSOR MITSUBISHI_MUY-GE12NA

ZINC METAL PANEL (RHEINZINK)

REFRIGERANT PIPE INDOOR COOLING UNIT MITSUBISHI_MSY-GE12NA LIGHT SHELVES

CR LAURENCE FOLDING DOOR

ELECTRIC RADIANT HEATING NUHEAT_120V CABLE SYSTEM

DRYWALL WITH WHITE SATIN PAINT FINISHED

LIVING WALL STACKED PLANTERS

ANDERSEN GLAZING WINDOW DOUBLE PANE DRIP IRRIGATION FROM RAIN AND GREY WATER CUSTOMIZED FURNITURE WITH WHITE VENEER WOOD FINISHED

2X6 WEATHER TREATED WOOD WHITE TERRAZO FLOORING STEEL GRATE

KITCHEN + BATHROOM SINKS, RECYCLED GREY WATER DUAL-FLUSH, LOW FLOW TOILET: TOTO_AQUIA® 106 gal. COLD WATER TANK SUNMAXX SOLAR 80 gal. HOT WATER TANK: A0 SMITH®_DURA-POWERTM RAIN WATER COLLECTION PIPE GREY WATER WASTE PIPES GREY WATER TANK RAIN WATER TANK COLD WATER SUPPLY PIPES HOT WATER SUPPLY PIPES

EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVES: sliding partitions 18


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE: eat / work 19


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE: live / rest 20


AERIAL PERSPECTIVE 21


LOW RISE HOUSING South Pasadena, Ca

There were two main forces driving this design: One, being the initial observation of a void condition that cut through the apartments directly across the street from the site, oering the opportunity for dierent degrees of privacy, in addition for more light and ventilation. The second driving force was derived from having the chance to interview the current resident of the site, in which I learned the house had a long history. So it became my intention to preserve some memory of what existed previously on the site. Formally I went about doing this by lofting the perceived dimension of the site void with the elevation of the original house to become a subtracting force that selectively carved out the units, while creating a place for community interaction on the ground.

IMAGE OF ORIGINAL HOUSE 23


+ Site Void

= Respect to Exisiting Condition

VISUAL VIS U L VOID D=D DEGREES REEEES OF P PRIVACY RIV R

SITE PLAN + CONCEPT DIAGRAM 25

Privacy, Community, Memory


Program Requirements

Site Conditions

Setback Adjustment

Re-link

Lofted Void

Subtraction

=

+ Adjsuted Links

Overlap Condition

Light Wells

FORM GENERATION DIAGRAMS 26


UNIT 1

UNIT 1

CROSS SECTIONS + FIRST FLOOR PLAN 27

UNIT 2

UNIT 3

UNIT 4

UNIT 2


UNIT 3

UNIT 4

CROSS SECTION + SECOND FLOOR PLAN 06


PERSPECTIVE SECTION 29


SECTION BB + FLOOR PLANS 30


Performing arts center Echo Park, CA

The catalytic program for this project was a rooftop public amphitheater. The intent was to provide an open cultural experience to the immediate residential community, while also providing a performance platform for the nearby music scene, therefore bringing together the two different aspects of the neighborhood. The roof is accessible by an external circulation path located in the center of the building. The public path also leads to a secondary performance space in the tower, so that this component of the interior program could function after-hours and separately from the rest of the school. The tower was formed to bounce light into the building in conjunction with the light coming in through the circulation void. It also acts as a primary space in which sound can be reflected, creating a visual and acoustical experience.

SITE CONTEXT + ROOF PLAN 31


Folded Street - Performance Space Access

School S chool

User Type Circulation

Solar Chimney

DETAIL MODEL: built at 1/4” = 1’ + BUILDING DIAGRAMS 33

Public Public


Internal Sound vs External Sound

Intimate Sound vs Overlap Sound Spaces

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DETAIL MODEL + SOUND STUDIES 34


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practice practice

practice

practice control

cafe / kitchen practice

practice

Lobby

practice

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FLOOR PLANS 35

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EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE 36

Scott Fallick Portfolio  

Selected works from B.Arch education at the University of Southern California.

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