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Project Types: Cultural, Architectural and Interior Design, New Construction, BIM (Revit) Project Documentation and Design Project Details: The doors of the new History Colorado Center opened in April 2012 to tell the stories of colorful Coloradans with fun, family-friendly activities inside a beautiful new building in Denver’s Golden Triangle Museum District. The new space gave the state’s historical society the opportunity to start from scratch — to create new ways to experience Colorado’s history. Designed to ignite imaginations of all ages about Colorado history, this new museum and hub for civic engagement creates a rich experience for visitors through exhibits and programs that blend technology, media, environments and artifacts. The building has three elevations; the fourth side abuts the ING Building. The exterior is substantially covered in panels of Indiana limestone, with expressed mortar joints adding visual interest to the walls. The limestone links the museum to the older monuments of the Civic Center, as does the rest of the earth-toned palette.

COLORADO HISTORY MUSEUM DENVER, COLORADO - with TRYBA ARCHITECTS

Saul David Hayutin

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Views from 13th Street and Broadway

COLORADO HISTORY MUSEUM DENVER, COLORADO - with TRYBA ARCHITECTS

Saul David Hayutin

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Interior 4 Story Atrium

COLORADO HISTORY MUSEUM DENVER, COLORADO - with TRYBA ARCHITECTS

Atrium Skylight and Grand Stair

Grand Stair and Atrium Skylights

Saul David Hayutin

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COLORADO HISTORY MUSEUM DENVER, COLORADO - with TRYBA ARCHITECTS

Saul David Hayutin

sdhayuti@hotmail.com 917.447.2050


Project Types: Government, Architectural and Interior Design, new Construction, BIM (Revit) Project Documentation and Design Project Details: The César E. Chávez Memorial Building is a ten-story, 180,000 square foot facility that serves as a gateway building into Denver’s Civic and Justice Center and the Golden Triangle Neighborhood. The building was originally constructed in 1984 and designed by the architectural firm of Murata Outland Associates, Inc. In 2009, the 180,000 square feet 10-story César E. Chávez Memorial Building underwent a massive building modernization. The U.S. General Services awarded the contract to design-build partner GE Johnson Construction and architect on record, Tryba Architects. The efforts resulted in transforming the once overlooked federal building into a state-of-theart,high-performing green building. Improvements to the building include a new state-of-the-art building exterior consisting of an aluminum and glass curtain wall system that will assist in reducing the building’s energy consumption by 30% and enhance the natural light and view for building tenants. The building attained Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Silver certification.

CAESAR E. CHAVEZ OFFICE BUILDING MODERNIZATION DENVER, COLORADO - with TRYBA ARCHITECTS (GSA PROJECT)

Saul David Hayutin

sdhayuti@hotmail.com 917.447.2050


CAESAR E. CHAVEZ OFFICE BUILDING MODERNIZATION DENVER, COLORADO - with TRYBA ARCHITECTS (GSA PROJECT)

Saul David Hayutin

sdhayuti@hotmail.com 917.447.2050


green building features Green Building Features: Project Details: a. Building envelope designed for 75 year lifespan. b. High efficiency glazing, south elevation includes solar fins to maximize natural daylight and deflect solar gain. Window size increased from 4.5 feet to 6 feet in height, and in some case, floor to ceiling. c. Controlled natural light with custom curtain wall mullions and sun shades. d. Use of locally available materials such as Yule marble, recycled steel, and terrazzo made from 50% recycled beer bottles from local breweries. 83% of construction waste diverted from landfills. e. A combination of water saving strategies will net a 30% reduction in water use. f. Consolidated mechanical and HVAC systems are expected to save 30% of energy costs in comparison to past usage. g. Updated light system, high efficiency Super T8 lighting with daylight harvesting and occupancy sensors for improved energy savings. a.

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h. Complete elevator modernization, high efficiency Otis Generation 2 elevators with monitor informational display.

a. Building envelope designed for 75 year lifespan. b. High efficiency glazing, south elevation includes solar fins to maximize natural daylight and deflect solar gain. Window size increased from 4.5 feet to 6 feet in height, and in some case, floor to ceiling. c. Controlled natural light with custom curtain wall mullions and sun shades.

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CAESAR E. CHAVEZ OFFICE BUILDING MODERNIZATION d. Use of locally available materials such as Yule marble, recycled steel, and terrazzo made from 50% recycled beer bottles from local breweries. 83% of construction waste DENVER, COLORADO - with TRYBA ARCHITECTS (GSA PROJECT)

diverted from landfills.

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Sinage Concept StudyCesar - 3D E. MAx/Revit Model Building Modernization Chavez Memorial GS-08P-10-JB-C-0005

© COPYRIGHT TRYBA ARCHITECTS The ideas, drawings and specifications contained herein are copyrighted by David Owen Tryba Architects. Use without the architect’s written consent, as constituted by federal law, is strictly forbidden and written authorization is required for any reproduction.

FInal Built Lobby

New 2 story lobby concept - 3D MAx/Revit Model

Cesar E. Chavez Memorial Building Modernization

CAESAR E. CHAVEZ OFFICE BUILDING MODERNIZATION DENVER, COLORADO - with TRYBA ARCHITECTS (GSA PROJECT)

Saul David Hayutin GS-08P-10-JB-C-0005

© COPYRIGHT TRYBA ARCHITECTS The ideas, drawings and specifications contained herein are copyrighted by David Owen Tryba Architects. Use without the architect’s written consent, as constituted by federal law, is strictly forbidden and written authorization is required for any reproduction.

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Project Types: Commercial, Architectural and Interior Design, Renovation and new Construction Project Details: The menu at Brooklyn Central is based around an old world tradition of baking homemade Italian pizza dishes in a brick oven. A modern infusion is highlighted in their creative menu through the use of ingredients The chefs requested a blend of old world charm to a modern flair in the architectural and interior design. The style for the restaurant follows the same suite by providing a hint towards historic Brooklyn through an industrial theme use of materials, reuse of Bowling Alley Wood as a Chefs table, and preservation of the existing Brownstone Brooklyn brick walls. The atmosphere provides a setting for Park Slope families and a crowd focused around tasting new world flavors.

BROOKLYN CENTRAL ON 5th AVENUE BROOKLYN, NEW YORK- COMMERCIAL

Saul David Hayutin

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BROOKLYN CENTRAL ON 5th AVENUE BROOKLYN, NEW YORK- COMMERCIAL

Saul David Hayutin

sdhayuti@hotmail.com 917.447.2050


BROOKLYN CENTRAL ON 5th AVENUE BROOKLYN, NEW YORK- COMMERCIAL

Saul David Hayutin

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Project Types: Commercial, Architectural and Interior Design, New Construction and Addition Project Details: The gallery owner desired to renovate an existing 1970s, 2-story commercial building located in the heart of the Art/Fashion district of Denver, Colorado. The gallery required space to house 80 pieces of art, sculpture, and photography, while providing flexibility for events and showings. The design strategy involved creating a signage box on the street to draw the foot traffic into a new entry vestibule leading to the main gallery space located on the 2nd floor. The open floor plan allows visitors to move around the entry vestibule and throughout the different sections of the gallery. Each area utilizes devices of lighting, hanging attachments, moveable walls, and sliding doors, creating a dynamic space to display over 80 pieces of art, sculpture, and photographs.

GALLERY M DENVER, COLORADO - COMMERCIAL

Saul David Hayutin

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GALLERY M DENVER, COLORADO - COMMERCIAL

Saul David Hayutin

sdhayuti@hotmail.com 917.447.2050

Saul David Hayutin Cultural and Commercial Portfolio  

Saul David Hayutin Cultural and Commercial Portfolio