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01|(sub)Urban.............................................................

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02|Alchemy Brewery................................................... 12-17 03|Detail Integration..................................................... 18-23 04|Construction Technology........................................ 24-25 05|Door/Threshold....................................................... 26-27 06|Glenn Falls Park.....................................................

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07|A Home for Oysters................................................ 34-39 08|Buffalo Benches Project......................................... 2

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Adobe Products 506 Riddle Road, Cincinnati Oh. 45220

SB Shaun Baranyi Aspiring Architect

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Shaunbaran@gmail.com issuu.com/shaunbaranyi

Auto cad

+1(716)-523-1327

Revit

I am hoping to gain professional experience and expertise while drafting and designing for a fast-pace and creative, architecture firm.

Rhinoceros 3-D Rendering

Professional Experience Boston, MA 2017

Ann Beha Architects Design Intern I was hired as a design intern for an architecture firm that specializes in historic preservation and additions. Some projects I worked on included the Louis Khan Exeter Library, Yale school for design, and the Chesapeake Bay Martime Museum master plan. I was responible for CAD drafting, Revit drafting, rendering, and diagraming.

New York City, NY. 2016

Nelligan White Architects Design Intern I was employed as a design intern for a 20-30 person firm to work on a variety of projects, such as the Morris High School renovation, and the Coney Island Community Center. My responsibilities included site surveying, drafting, rendering, and model making.

Buffalo, NY. 2015

Tommaso Briatico Architects Design Intern My responsibilities included CAD drafting and rendering. I worked with an architecture firm to help them complete drawing sets for both restoration work and new construction. I was responsible for all submission deliverables for each project.

University Education Compl. 2016 Expected Compl. 2019

Related Experience

University At Buffalo (S.U.N.Y.) Bachelors of Science in Architecture University At Cincinnati Masters in Architecture President of American Institute of Architecture Students (A.I.A.S.) Treasurer of American Institute of Architecture Students (A.I.A.S.) Event Coordinator of the National Organization for Minority Architects (N.O.M.A.S.) Member of American Institute of Architecture Students (A.I.A.S.) Member of the National Organization for Minority Architects (N.O.M.A.S.) 2018 Venice Beinnale Playscapes Competition International Volunteer Headquarters, Construction Beaux Arts Ball Event Coordinator Steer Restaurant Face-lift Design Competition Coordinator Conventus Building Shadowing A Home For... Design Competition, participant M.Art Design Competition, participant

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Form Development Form Form Development Development

Public

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Yard Public Yard Public Public

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Public Garden Public

Public Garden Public

Garden Garden

Garden Garden

(sub)URBAN

Garden

Chippewa Street, Buffalo NY Completed 2016 Prof. Harry Warren Set back tower to allow for sunlight and create views

. Set back tower to allow for sunlight and create views sunlight Set Set back back tower tower to to allow allow for for sunlight and and create create views views Housing Stategy

BUFFALO LACKS A URBAN POPULATION. Housing Housing Stategy Stategy

Create inviting ground floor space

Implement housing strategy

Create inviting Housing Stategy Create inviting ground ground floor floor space space

Implement Implement housing housing strategy strategy

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Yard

Park Yard Yard Park Livin Park

Livin Porc Livin Porc Porc

Since 1990 Buffalo’s urban population has decreased by 21%. Suburban land ownership has drawn Buffalo’s urban population away from the urban center. (sub)Urban consolidates the Typical Urban House Typical Urban Urban House House Typical sprawled amenities of a typical Buffalo home into one apartment unit in downtown Buffalo. The solution to the issue was resolved by adding a second floor to each apartment unit to give semi-private yards for residents to enjoy. The apartment complex is placed in a prime real estate location along Buffalo’s busiest street, Chippewa Street. Units include single, double and triple bedroom apartments. This is distinctly different from suburban homes and results in Step One consolidate porches a more diverse residency base. (sub)Urban Step Step One One consolidate consolidate porches porches provides an alternative solution to Buffalo’s housing market issue.

Typical Urban House

Typical Buffalo Townhouse

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Yard Park Yard Livin Park Park

Livin Porc Livin Porc Porc Step One consolidate porches

Consolidated Porches

Yard

Park Yard Yard Park Livin Park

Livin Porc Livin Porc Porc Step Two Subplant Yard Step Two Subplant Yard

Supplanted Yards

Step Step Two Two Subplant Subplant Yard Yard

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Yard Park Yard Livin Park Park

Livin Porc Livin Porc Porc Step Three Underground Parking

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Step Three Underground Parking Step Step Three Three Underground Underground Parking Parking

Unground Parking


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METHODS:

DURATION:

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CONCEPT:

University at Buffalo

AutoCad, Rhino 3d, Adobe Products

3 months

Two people

Merge suburban land ownership with urban lifestyles.

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First floor plans scale 3/32”=1’-0”

Second floor plans scale 3/32”=1’-0”

First floor unit plans scale 3/32”=1’-0”

Second floor unit plans scale 3/32”=1’-0”


01 (sub)URBAN 3 Public Floors 9 Private Floors

155’ Tall

360° views 155’ Tall

3 Public Floors 9 Private Floors 3 Public Floors 9 Private Floors

360° views 155’ Tall

360° views

4 Green Floors

ublic Floors rivate Floors

4 Green Floors

60° views

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Fresh air Views Sun angles Public greenry

Passive systems

PVP panels Geothermal loop Sun angles Machinery

Active systems

Air supply Air exhaust

Vertical Egress

Heat pump

HVAC system

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exhaust fan

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cooling tower perforated metal to allow for air intake pool deck infinity pool

residental second floor (yard space) exposure to fresh air semi-outdoor space communal green space residental first floor (living space) 270 degree view heat pump

dropped ceiling height to create a more intimate space and HVAC system space single-loaded egress corridor non-shaded space for maximum sun semi-opaque glass for shading PVP translucent glass structural glass system perforated metal for air intake sound proofing material within MEP room Geothermal loop system public green space atrium space creates visual connection between restaurant and public space and encourages air floow

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ALCHEMY BREWERY Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati OH Completed 2016 Prof. Steven Slaughter

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CINCINNATI IS SEGREGATED BY ITS STEEP TOPOGRAPHIES. The building’s program and form connects two separated communities. The program includes study spaces, a cafe, community out reach facilities, bar, and brewery. The unique building circulation encourages movement through the previously unused lot. The purpose of the space is to connect vastly different neighborhoods with innovative architecture.

Cut Fill

Land-forming Program Terrace

The process began with finding a solution to land-forming. The sloped was terrace through a cut and fill methodology. The program is organized between three zones, then connected through roof terraces. The buildings landscaping maximizes views and expresses an intent to connect communities.

Program Organization Program Stairs

Form Manipulation

Glazing

Aperture Placement

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CLIENT:

METHODS:

University of Cincinnati AutoCad, Rhino 3D, Adobe Products, Grasshopper

DURATION:

GROUP SIZE:

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3 Months

Individual

Embed the brewery within the hillside to connect divided neighborhoods.

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02 Alchemy Brewery

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Alchemy Brewery 02

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02 Alchemy Brewery

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Alchemy Brewery 02

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DETAIL INTEGRATION Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati OH Completed 2017 Prof. Terry Boling

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HOW CAN BUILDING DETAILS EXPRESS CHARACTER? Building craft is the art form for construction. The way a structure is design, rationalized, and expressed creates a narrative that can be recognized by anyone. In this project the construction process was celebrated through well crafted joinery methods. The design process began with a joint detail between two materials. After a ‘language for craft’ was made it was organized into creating a space. Warm materials with spaced joints made the space light and welcoming. Normally hidden from view, the polycarbonate walls give a hint to the mechanical systems behind while allowing in naturally diffused lights. Systems were organized and expressed in a rationally repeating grid. Vertical louvers were introduced onto the face to provide practical shading and dynamic aesthetic.

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CLIENT:

METHODS:

DURATION:

University of Cincinnati AutoCad, Rhino 3D, 3 months Adobe Products, Model Making

GROUP SIZE:

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Two

Use innovative joint methods to create an architectural expression.

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CONSTRUCTION TECH. Menefee Cabin|Kitsap Building, Case studies Completed 2014 Prof. Annette Lecuyer

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LEARNING FROM CASE-STUDIES

FOUNDATION FOR PERIMETER WALL

PREVIOUS 42” wide and12 “ thick site cast concrete strip footing with 3-#5 reinforcement bars

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FOUNDATION FOR SUPPORTING WALL 1’-4” wide and 12“ thick site cast concrete strip footing with 2-#5 reinforcement bars

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EXTERIOR WALL BELOW GRADE

Through the use of case-studies and INTERIOR WALL BELOW GRADE isometric drawings students are taught 8“x16”x8“ CMU wall

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16”x16“x8” CMU Blocks

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GROUND FLOOR

construction technology. Students were only given construction documents as a resource. WINDOWS Each isometric was drawn by projecting line accourding to the measurements DOOR specified in AT GROUND LEVEL the drawings. The Menefee CabinSECOND andFLOOR Kitsap Building were chosen for their effective use of modular dimensions and differences in material STAIRS type/construction methods. Crushed stone 2” Insulation rigid board Vapor barrier 5” thick cast in place concrete with wire mesh

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FOUNDATION FOR PERIMETER WALL 42” wide and12 “ thick site cast concrete strip footing with 3-#5 reinforcement bars

Cast in place concrete lintel ¼ “ safety glass with ½” steel window 2 frame

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3’ x 7’-4“ glass door

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FOUNDATION FOR SUPPORTING WALL 1’-4” wide and 12“ thick site cast concrete strip footing with 2-#5 reinforcement bars

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EXTERIOR WALL BELOW GRADE

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INTERIOR WALL BELOW GRADE

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GROUND FLOOR

8“x16”x8“ CMU wall

Ply wood sheet with ledger Web I joist framing 16” o.c. Insulation 2“x6” Tongue and Groove Flooring Cast in place concrete with #3 rebar 12“ o.c.

16”x16“x8” CMU Blocks

Crushed stone 2” Insulation rigid board Vapor barrier 5” thick cast in place concrete with wire mesh

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12 Tread @ 10” w/ o.c. nose and 8” rise 1” hollow steel handrail

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WINDOWS

Cast in place concrete lintel ¼ “ safety glass with ½” steel window frame

Each drawing took over fifty hours 3rd toFloor complete and went through several iterations after critiques Roof and examination from professors and teaching assistants. As many sections and cut-aways were made to force students to learn each detail within the structure. The Menefee cabin had a CMU, steel, and concrete structure with wood finishes. The CMU block was used as the basic module for construction. Floor heights, wall dimensions, stairs, and windows all fit within the CMU module. The Kitsap building used modern building techniques such as rain screens and raised floors to achieve a beautiful contemporary design. 10

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DOOR AT GROUND LEVEL

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SECOND FLOOR

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STAIRS

3’ x 7’-4“ glass door

W 12x14 3x10 wood framing @ 16” o.c. 2x6 tongue and grove wood flooring

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Cast in place concrete lintel with #5 rebar ¼” safety glass with steel window frame Vapor barrier Laminated veneer lumber framing 16 “ o.c. Batt insulation Underlayment Slip sheet Metal roofing

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Ply wood sheet with ledger Web I joist framing 16” o.c. Insulation 2“x6” Tongue and Groove Flooring Cast in place concrete with #3 rebar 12“ o.c.

12 Tread @ 10” w/ o.c. nose and 8” rise 1” hollow steel handrail

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3rd Floor

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W 12x14 3x10 wood framing @ 16” o.c. 2x6 tongue and grove wood flooring

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Roof

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Cast in place concrete lintel with #5 rebar ¼” safety glass with steel window frame Vapor barrier Laminated veneer lumber framing 16 “ o.c. Batt insulation Underlayment Slip sheet Metal roofing

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CONCEPT:

University at Buffalo

AutoCad

3 months

Individual

Learn architectural detailing through construction drawings and isometric sections.

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-COMPACTED EARTH -CONTINUOUS WATERPROOF -MEMBRANE FROM SOIL NAIL WALL -16 INCH TYPICAL CISTERN SLAB W/ 2 LAYERS #5 REINFORCEMENT AT 12 INCHES O.C. -FULL DRAIN EXTENDED 16 EACH SIDE -WATERPROOFING CAST IN PLACE 12 INCH CONCRETE WALL WITH ELASTOMETRIC URATHANE COATING TO -PROVIDE SPACE FOR SCUPPER PLATE AND BRACKET - 2 GALVANIZED 3X2X1/4 INCH ANGLES WITH 2X3/8 INCH SPACERS CONTINUOUS WELD TO 1/4 PLATE -3/8 INCH GALVANIZED STEEL PLATE WITH EPOXY

FOUNDATION FOR PERIMETER WALL 42” wide and12 “ thick site cast concrete strip footing with 3-#5 reinforcement bars

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FOUNDATION FOR SUPPORTING WALL 1’-4” wide and 12“ thick site cast concrete strip footing with 2-#5 reinforcement bars

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-SUPPORT BRACKET (TYPICAL 0.F-2) PER CIVIL -GALVANIZED STEEL PIPE SLEEVE (PERMANENT) -COUPLING AT PIPE -PVC FLO CONTROL DEVICE (REMOVABLE) 8 INCH PER CIVIL CAST IN PLACE 8 INCH CONCRETE CISTERN TOP W/ 4 INCH SLOPE4-RUBBERIZED WATERPROOFING CONCRETE PAVERS/PEDESTAL SYSTEM

EXTERIOR WALL BELOW GRADE 8“x16”x8“ CMU wall

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INTERIOR WALL BELOW GRADE 16”x16“x8” CMU Blocks

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GROUND FLOOR

Crushed stone 2” Insulation rigid board Vapor barrier 5” thick cast in place concrete with wire mesh

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WINDOWS

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12 Tread @ 10” w/ o.c. nose and 8” rise 1” hollow steel handrail

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EXTERIOR FLOOR AT LEVEL 3 -SLOPED TOPPING SLAB -CONTINUOUS WATER PROOFING UP TO TOP OF CURB -RAISED FLOOR SYSTEM

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EXTERIOR WALL AT LEVEL 3 SECTION -ALUMINUM STOREFRONT SYSTEM -CURTAIN WALLL SYSTEM IN COLOR AND FINISH REF. DETAILS FOR EXTENT, SHAPE, AND LOCATION -PREFINISHED ALUMINUM TRIM TO MATCH STOREFRONT

3rd Floor W 12x14 3x10 wood framing @ 16” o.c. 2x6 tongue and grove wood flooring

INTERIOR FLOOR AT LEVEL 3 -2 INCH RIGID INSULATION AT PERIMETER -4 INCH GRAVEL AND SAND (MINIMUM) -VAPOR BARRIER -4 INCH THICK SITE CAST CONCRETE SLAB WITH 6X6 INCH WELDED WIRE FABRIC -REINFORCEMENT AT SLAB CENTERLINE -RAISED FLOOR SYSTEM -CARPET

SECOND FLOOR

Ply wood sheet with ledger Web I joist framing 16” o.c. Insulation 2“x6” Tongue and Groove Flooring Cast in place concrete with #3 rebar 12“ o.c.

CONCRETE FRAME -18X18 INCH CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE COLUMNS WITH 8 #6 VERTICAL REINFORCEMENT -12 INCH WIDE BY 20 INCH DEEP CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE BEAM WITH 3 #6 (LONG) REINFORCEMENT ON LOWER, #4 REINFORCEMENT AT 12 INCH O.C.

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Cast in place concrete lintel ¼ “ safety glass with ½” steel window frame

FOOTING DRAIN AT EXTERIOR -6 INCH PERFORATED PVC PIPE -MINIMUM 6 INCH GRAVEL SURROUNDED BY FILTER FABRIC WITH 12 INCH MINIMUM OVERLAP

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3’ x 7’-4“ glass door

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Soil Wall At Cistern

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BEYOND -DOOR PER SCHEDULE

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Roof

Cast in place concrete lintel with #5 rebar ¼” safety glass with steel window frame Vapor barrier Laminated veneer lumber framing 16 “ o.c. Batt insulation Underlayment Slip sheet Metal roofing

CEILING AT LEVEL 3 INTERIOR -SUSPENDED ACT CEILING

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EXTERIOR -METAL STUD FRAMING -5/8 INCH EXTERIOR GYPSUM WALL BOARD WITH SOFFIT VENT

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INTERIOR FLOOR AT LEVEL 4 -8 INCH HOLLOW CORE PRECAST CONCRETE PLANKS AT 4 INCH O.C. WITH #5 REINFORCEMENT IN KEYS GROUTED SOLID -2 1/2 INCH CONCRETE TOPPING WITH WELDED WIRE REINFORCEMENT -RAISED PEDESTAL SYSTEM

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EXTERIOR FLOOR AT LEVEL 4 -8 INCH HOLLOW CORE PRECAST CONCRETE PLANKS AT 4 INCH O.C. WITH #5 REINFORCEMENT IN KEYS GROUTED SOLID -2 1/2 INCH CONCRETE TOPPING SLOPPED TO DRAIN WITH WELDED WIRE REINFORCEMENT -RUBBERIZED WEATHER PROOFING -CONCRETE PAVER PEDESTAL SYSTEM

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EXTERIOR WALL AT LEVEL 4 SECTION -ALUMINUM STOREFRONT SYSTEM -CURTAIN WALLL SYSTEM IN COLOR AND FINISH REF. DETAILS FOR EXTENT, SHAPE, AND LOCATION -PREFINISHED ALUMINUM TRIM TO MATCH STOREFRONT

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BEYOND -FIBER CEMENT PANELS WITH ALUMINUM TRIM

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CEILING AT LEVEL 4 INTERIOR -SUSPENDED ACT CEILING

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EXTERIOR -METAL STUD FRAMING -5/8 INCH EXTERIOR GYPSUM WALL BOARD WITH SOFFIT VENT

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-STEEL BEAM -METAL DECKING -TAPERED R-21 RIGID INSULATION -FULLY ADHERED 3/4 INCH PERLITE -BITUMEN ROOFING

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EXTERIOR WALL BEYOND -3 5/8 INCH METAL STUDS AT 16 INCH O.C -1/2 INCH AIR SPACE -CONCRETE WALL ON 10X8X12 -LIQUID APPLIED PERMABLE WEATHER RESITANT BARRIER -1 3/4 INCH AIRSPACE -STONE CLADDING W/ S.S ANCHORS

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GAURD RAIL AT LEVEL 3/4 -GALVANIZED STEEL MESH GAURDRAIL TYPE 2B


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DOOR/THRESHOLD Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati OH Completed 2017 Prof. Terry Boling

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HOW THRESHOLDS SPATIAL IDENTITY.

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The entry sequence helps transition people into the memorial space below. The ‘lobby’ is a introverted space over looking the city. The benches and views invite you to linger while the monolithic pier and lintel structure reminds you of modesty and austerity. The first door is a square 7’x7’ concrete block with an off-centered hinge. It creates a visually heavy approach and is followed by a surprising smooth opening due to the 1750lb pivot hinge. After you pass through the reflective space, you descend a set of stairs with minimal frame frosted glass door at the bottom, giving the hallway its only source of light. The second threshold creates suspense and allure. After the door is opened, the reveal is a grand room with large bay windows centering the city in the beholders view. The entry sequence is used to help transition and prepare visitors to enter and roam the museum.

PLAN VIEW|DOOR HINGE Minimal steel frame Double Paned Glass

PLAN VIEW|DOOR HINGE Thick Concrete Frame with Steel supports Double Paned Frosted Glass

Thresholds/Entry

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CLIENT:

METHODS:

University of Cincinnati AutoCad, Rhino 3D, Adobe Products

DURATION:

GROUP SIZE:

CONCEPT:

3 Weeks

Individual

Use architectural detailing to enhance the experience of an entrance.

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GLENN FALLS PARK Glenn Falls Park, Buffalo NY Completed 2013 Prof. Mike Silver

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GLENN FALLS PARK HAS NO AMENITIES FOR GUESTS. The building meets the needs of public use while providing additional space to read and reflect. The building expresses the surrounding context while adding a new function to the park, leisure reading. The park center’s upper canopy holds a book store, while the lower trunks provide a well-lit space to read on the forest floor. The site ,Glenn Falls Park, is frequently visited by people looking for a relaxed walk with friends a family but lacks restrooms and shelter. The design mimics the surrounding forest through abstracted forms. The several intersecting hyperbolic columns mimic the thick, surrounding tree trunks. The solid mass above the columns reflect the infinite mass of leaves that seem to rest upon the trunks of the trees. The project involved many rigorous studies of hyperbolic forms ,their structural, and their geometric properties. The designs exceeds the needs of the community and gives locals a new reason to visit the historic park.

Hyperbolic column

geometric study of Hyperbolic form

shifted hyperbolic form

3-D expression of geometric study

study of intersection of hyperbolic forms

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series of column intersection placed within building


CLIENT:

METHODS:

DURATION:

GROUP SIZE:

CONCEPT:

University at Buffalo

AutoCad, Rhino 3D, Adobe Products, 3D Printing, CNC milling

3 months

Individual

Use landscape queues to create a regionally sensitive design

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North Elevation scale 1/32”=1’-0”

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A HOME FOR OYSTERS Chesapeake Bay, Baltimore MD Completed 2016

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for the building’s deck. The over harvesting of oysters along with pollution from the city of Baltimore has created a environmental crisis Farm within the region. By reintroducing oysters into Oyster Bay the the region there is an opportunity to reverse effects of pollution while educating theWater public.

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A Home For Oysters is a project competed F sh in consideration for an reinternational design Fo od competition. The project uses organic geometry to create a space where a professional chef can Fre sh Wa teach amateur chefs how to grow, prepare, and ter Sun cook in a healthy and sustainable manner. Public The House Shared oyster Farm bayGreen clean the water along its southern Glass Private bank. Oyster The Bay filtered water is then used as irrigation water Water for the localized farm and greenhouse. Along with the food garden and clean fishing grounds there are group cooking spaces where the community can come for Sun educational Green House classes. Here people can learn where food Glass comes from and how to harvest crops within a delicate ecosystem.

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METHODS:

Opengap Competition AutoCad, Rhino 3D, Adobe products, Grasshopper

DURATION:

GROUP SIZE:

CONCEPT:

1 month

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BUFFALO BENCHES Old-First-Ward, Buffalo NY Completed 2016 Prof. Brad Wales

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THE OLD-FIRST-WARD HAS NO BENCHES AT BUS STOPS Buffalo’s Old First Ward Community Center ask students to design and build benches that reflect Buffalo’s rich history. The community almost exclusively relies on bus transportation to travel to meet basic needs such as grocery stores and pharmacies. Of the twenty-two bus stops, not a single one has a bench. The community center wanted to install benches that would give back character and identity to the neighborhood. This bench, titled “The Riverbank”, is a bench specifically designed for the Old First Ward by using subtle and comfortable curves inspired by the bends of the Buffalo River to create an ergonomic seating area for the community. The bench is a series of 2”x12” Ceder wood boards custom cut to produce a fluid geometry. The final design of the bench was the result of applying a study of anthropomorphism to the final geometry created through digital 3-D fabrication technology. It will be installed in the summer of 2018.

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CLIENT:

METHODS:

DURATION:

GROUP SIZE:

CONCEPT:

Old-First-Ward Community Center

AutoCad, Rhino 3D, Adobe Products, Grasshopper, Woodshop, Plasma Cutter

4 months

Three

Using parametric design, build a bench that reflects a spirit of Buffalo.

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“Riverbank” is a bench specifically designed for the Old First Ward by using subtle and comfortable curves inspired by the bends of the Buffalo River to create an ergonomic seating area for the community. The bench is a series of 2”x12” Cedre wood boards custom cut to produce a fluid geometry. The form of the bench is reminicent of the river banks along the Buffalo River. The curves can be recognized as the representation of a solid mass erdoded away by a flowing stream. The final design of the bench was the result of applying a study of anthropromorphics to the final geometry created through digital 3-D fabrication technology.

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RiverBank

Buffalo Benches

RiverBank

Buffalo Benches

Barrel Factory Shaun Baranyi

Barrel Factory Shaun Baranyi

Small Built Works Instructor Brad Wales, R.A.

Small Built Works Instructor Brad Wales, R.A.

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Thank You

2018 Portfolio  

A collection of architectural and design work.

2018 Portfolio  

A collection of architectural and design work.

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