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Jessica Leong

Segment 1 Portfolio Boston Architectural College


Jessica Leong

399 Marlborough St. #4

Boston, MA 02115 408.826.1913 jessica.leong@the-bac.edu

Bachelor of Architecture


Letter of Intent My study of architecture has provided an inspiration for my future, fostering a passion for the art of design. While I have much more to learn, the opportunities I’ve had at school and Practice have been incredibly rewarding. I look forward to growing as a professional and contributing to the architectural community in the years to come. The focus of my architectural education at Boston Architectural College has always been about the distinct relationship between the built environment and people. I have enjoyed investigating the role of structures, environmental design, and material usage while understanding the social context of architecture. My work has developed a critical interest in the capabilities and responsibilities of architecture in relationship with the collective whole. While my architectural education is continuously evolving, I am currently looking into the possibility of enhancing my education through graduate school. As a member of AIAS and a featured student in the Fall 2010 Accreditation Visit of the BAC’s Landscape Architecture program of student work, I take great pride in my education. My experience in the field has helped to shape my career goals over the past few years. The internships and work experiences I’ve had have focused on a direct approach to problem solving in small-scale residential projects. They have helped me to develop a background in understanding how to build and facilitate architecture at this level. Substantial work with clients, engineers, and municipal organizations has helped me to understand the profession of architecture through a variety of perspectives. Most importantly, these internships have guided my perspective on the direction I should take in the future. While I am comfortable with the practice of small offices, I am looking to expand my experiences into different types of architecture. The variety of architecture discussed in school has helped me to understand just how compelling a career in large-scale architecture can be. Specifically, I am interested in being a LEED accredited professional as well as learning more about the capabilities of the Design-Build approach. I will soon begin the IDP program, and fully intend on becoming a licensed architect soon after completing school. My goal is to be a successful designer who never stops learning, creating, and improving the world. While I know that becoming an architect takes years of dedication and an extensive education, I look forward to every moment of it.

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Resume OBJECTIVE

To be evaluated at the Practice Assessment.

Education

Boston Architectural College - Boston, MA 02115 Candidate for Bachelor of Architecture GPA 3.61 / 4.0 Design Tools Sketching, Hand Rendering, Model Building Adobe InDesign & Photoshop, AutoCAD 2D & 3D , Revit, SketchUp West Valley College - Saratoga, CA 95070 Architecture Major- GPA 3.71 /4.0 Communication Studies Certificate

Design Experience

Santiago de Chile Wine Museum Competition BAC Special Projects Team Member Ecotopian House Workshop- Sandwich, MA 02563 Team Member: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Tikkun Olamâ&#x20AC;?- 2nd Place < Design Competition for a modern, Cape Cod home to be built in the Community Green Project funded by HAC.

Leadership Experience

American Institute of Architecture Students - Saratoga, CA 95070 Vice President- West Valley College Chapter < Directed meetings < Coordinated with architects to create events for students. Inter-club Council Representative < Presented events and budgets to school officials for approval. Rebuilding Together Silicon Valley -San Jose, CA 95151 Project Coordinator < Made site visits to record existing homes and its condition. < Pre-designed solutions. < Coordinated teams for project days and built additions and < Restored homes for elderly, disabled, low income homeowners.

Jessica Leong

Sept. 2009-[current]

Sept. 2007- May 2009 Dec. 2008

Sept. 2010-Dec. 2010

Feb. 2010- May 2010

May 2008 - May 2009

Sept. 2007- May 2008

Oct. 2007 - April 2009


other Experience

Achievement

High School Extracurriculars

Ann Taylor - Boston, MA 02115 Sales Associate/ Store Set House Modeco - Los Gatos, CA 95030 Student Intern < Helped start-up a full-service, design-build company integrating modern design and high technology for sustainable living.

Sept. 2009- Oct. 2010 May 2009- Aug. 2009

Piura, Peru Office Building Design Competition 1st place West Valley College Architecture Department

June 2005- Aug 2005

June Simmons Scholarship for Students in Construction

Oct. 2008

High School Magna Cum Laude

April 2008

NAWIC CADD House Design Competition 1st place in Regional (California/Nevada) 6th place in National (USA)

June 2007

Spanish Club Vice President, 2006-2007 California Scholarship Federation Class Representative, 2003-2006 Key Club Member, 2003-2007 Chinese Club Member, 2004-2007 Martial Arts Demo Team Founding Member, 2004-2007 Cross-Country Running Junior Varsity, 2004-2006 Track and Field Varsity, 2005

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Table of Contents

West Valley College | 1-12

Sketches and Drawings |3-8 Pavillion of San Jose | 9-10 AutoCAD Christ of the Light | 11-12

Transfer A-2 Foundation Studio| 13-32

Cardboard Chair| 15-18 The Experiential Trajectory| 19-24 Ritual Project| 25-32

B-1 Foundation Studio| 33-56

Schindler House Analysis| 35-40 Schindler House Transformation| 41-42 Boathouse| 43-56

B-2 Foundation Studio| 57-64

Project 0-Tectonic Apparatus| 59-64 Project 1- Arnold Arboretum Pavillion| 65-70 Project 2-Chinatown Cultural Center| 73-84

Studio Santiago de Chile Wine Museum| 87-90 Ann Taylor Retail| 91-92 Ecotopian Workshop| 93-96 Habitat for Humanity| 97-98 Rebuilding Together| 99-100 House Modeco| 101-102

Practice

Design Principles| 105-106 Sketch Problem #1| 107-108 Sketch Problem #2| 109-110 Coursework Travel: Angels Camp, CA| 113-114 Paper Craft Anniversary Book| 115-116 Watercolor| 117-118 Independent Boston Architectural College

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Transfer

West Valley College

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Architectural Graphics

Spring 2008

30 Minute Sketches 8.5x11; Graphite

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Transfer One-Point Perspective 18x24; Graphite

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Architectural Graphics

Spring 2008

The Golden Pavillion 18x24; Graphite and Ink

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Architectural Graphics

Spring 2008

Plan and Elevation: Artistically and Technically 18x24; Graphite and Ink

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Transfer

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Pavillion of San Jose

Spring 2008

The large concentration of high-technology companies around San Jose has led the area to be known as Silicon Valley. Pavilion of San Jose is a semi-detached structure used for entertainment and specialized activities. It is a usually temporary structure erected at a fair or show for use by an exhibitor. The site is approximate 20,000 square feet in an urban setting.

Interception of First Street and San Carlos Street in San Jose, California. WOMEN’S ELEVATOR RESTROOM

STORAGE OFFICE 1

NORTH

ELEVATOR PATIO EXHIBITION SPACE

OFFICE 2

MEN’S RESTROOM

PATIO

ENTRANCE

EAST EXHIBITION SPACE

MEETING ROOM 1

MEETING ROOM 2

SOUTH

N

WEST Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


The scheme for planning the Pavilion of San Jose is to use different configurations to create intriguing forms within a clean, rectangular shape to mimic integrated circuits. Wood and plaster are the main structural system for this project. The pavilion is composed of mainly exhibition space, in which glass curtain walls are used as the faรงade. The pavilion is divided into two levels. There are a large exhibition space, two private offices and restrooms on the first floor while the two meeting rooms and the other exhibition area are located on the second floor. Several overhanging roofs are designed for shading. The overlapping of the plaster block over the wood block makes up the composition of the pavilion. Elevators and stairs are located on the side with glass curtain wall, exposing them to the outsides so that the two elements inside the pavilion act as a part of the design. The design of overlaying glass block, wood block, plaster block with overhanging roofs with the exposing elements mimic the design of IC chips on a motherboard. 20,000 square feet site in an urban setting.

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Cathedral of Christ of the Light

Cathedral of Christ the Light is the newest, most expensive cathedral in American history. The $191 million, 224,000-square-foot complex replaces St. Francis de Sales, fatally damaged by the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. As its name suggests, the Cathedral draws on the tradition of light as a sacred phenomenon. Through its poetic introduction, indirect daylight ennobles modest materials—primarily wood, glass, and concrete. With the exception of evening activities, the Cathedral is lit entirely by daylight to create an extraordinary level of luminosity.

Jessica Leong

Spring 2008

Craig Hartman, SOM wanted to create a contemporary building that honors the symbolic traditions of the Catholic faith. “The most fundamental idea here was to start fresh,” he says. “We are here on the Pacific Rim in a multicultural place, not in 15th century Europe.” The floor plan of the building is in the shape of a Vesica Pisces that creates a spherical elevation. The Vesica Pisces is a shape of religious significance, two intersecting circles of the same radius, connected in such a way that the center of each circle lies on the circumference of the other. this shape is an ancient sign among many Eastern and the Western cultures for a gathering place and a symbol among Catholics for the miracle of the loaves and fishes.

Bachelor of Architecture


AutoCAD His scheme for the sanctuary references two connectingspheres in the manner of the Vesica Pisces. Sheltering the lattice-like wooden shells from the elements are two sloping veils of highperformance glass that cradle the sanctuary like two cupped hands. Enclosing each end of the sanctuary is a faceted wallâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;the south Alpha Wall, which rises above the main entrance, and the north Omega Wall, which answers a request from the bishop by incorporating an image of Christ rendered in a sophisticated array of perforations.

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Studio

A-2 Foundation Studio

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Cardboard Chair 4 Week Project

Fall 2009

The project was to design and build a chair out of cardboard to understand the relationship between design, the human body, and the capacities of cardboard as a building material. From the sense of human scale to the feeling of physical comfort, this chair relates to how people inhabit space.

Defining Principles Multifunctional Stable Decorative

Jessica Leong

Designed for or capable of many particular functions or uses

Resistant to change of position or condition (can be rotated for different uses)

Ornamental, with artistic design

Bachelor of Architecture


Instructors Amanda Sanders and Cynthia Bubb

A-2 Foundation Studio

In my exploration of connection methods for cardboard, I found inspiration from a weaving technique derived from a childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lanyard craft. The site is my 200 square foot studio apartment. The space limitations pushed me to create a chair that was a multifunctional surface used to elevate a user of undetermined size off the ground comfortably and with stability for any extent of time.

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Cardboard Chair 4 Week Project

Fall 2009

At the outset, I wanted a cube form with triangles incorporated as a motif of the corrugations. My initial design was too simple, so I tried a stacking techniue, but that wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t practical or study enough. Going back to my box idea, I explored weaves and knots. I created an entirely different form, but it did not hold weight well due to the connections. I found that the design did not work in compression, so segments were added for more support. It became equally important to balance asethetics with actual functionality. Experimentation led to my final design.

Process Start Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Instructors Amanda Sanders and Cynthia Bubb

A-2 Foundation Studio

Process End

Top/ Side View

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The Experiential Trajectory 4 Week Project

Fall 2009

Hereford Stree

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The path project emphasizes on the sequence of space. Given a specific contour, I chose a section of the Commonwealth Avenue Mall as my site to explore the very orderly and very flat urban landscape.

Jessica Leong

Commonwealth Avenue

Bachelor of Architecture


Instructors Amanda Sanders and Cynthia Bubb

A-2 Foundation Studio

The linear nature of Commonwealth Ave. promoted me to design a linear path.

Provided Contours

Site

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The Experiential Trajectory 4 Week Project

Fall 2009

Light Ocean The play of light and the symbolic flow of water distinguishes the Hereford Avenue corner of Commonwealth Avenue Mall. It is the ocean of tomorrow. It is where life originally began and future generations will occupy. The Path departs from modern, urban society into the ocean of light towers leading to shores on the opposite side and the continuation of the park. Pixilated oceanic waves, formed by the grid of a traditional computer keyboard, guide visitors through the path. The interplay with light is integral to the design; as the black polish of granite reflects the colored glass, the visitor is embraced by the wonders of the ocean and the future of civilization.

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Instructors Amanda Sanders and Cynthia Bubb

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The Experiential Trajectory 4 Week Project

Fall 2009

The trees are removed from Commonweath Ave. Mall. The shadows and feeling of enclosure are perserved by the retaining walls. The linear path of the orginal design is also kept in the new addition to the park.

Original Contours

Final Proposal

Jessica Leong

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Instructors Amanda Sanders and Cynthia Bubb

Programmatic Space 1

A-2 Foundation Studio

Programmatic Space 2

Programmatic Space 3

Transverse Sections

Programmatic Space 1 Programmatic Space 2 Programmatic Space 3 Longitudinal Section

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Ritual Project 4 Week Project

Fall 2009

The purpose of the Ritual Project was to explore the connection between activity and the place of activity. Sense of place: Consider the qualities of built and natural environments that support, complement and enhance human activities. Ceremony: A formal act or series of acts; rite; observing prescribed procedures. Ritual: An act or series of actions imbued with meaning; a prescribed order of acts that govern conduct.

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Instructors Amanda Sanders and Cynthia Bubb

A-2 Foundation Studio

Image credit: Russell MacDonald Photography

The Military Ball Ritual The Military Ball is a formal, social gathering to boost morale and promote camaraderie within cadets, superiors, and their families. The Forged Gold Battalionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s annual Military Ball was carefully choreographed. Cadets had spent hours learning etiquette and preparing for the ball. Military balls have their origins before the Civil War, as social events on isolated posts on the Midwestern frontier. The evening begins with a reception line. Cadets in uniform and their dates in floor-length dresses shake hands with senior officers and guests before finding their assigned chairs in the ballroom. The cadets and guests remain silent and standing, first as the color guard presented the U.S. and state flags, then a brief prayer is said. Afterward, toasts are offered beginning with, â&#x20AC;&#x153;To the United States of America.â&#x20AC;? The others echoed the speaker before sipping the sparkling apple cider in their champagne glasses. Afterward dinner is served, and every waits to be served before eating can begin. At the end of the dinner period, an intermission is announced and the head tables files out of the main room followed by the respectfully standing cadets and guests. At the end of the intermission, the head table takes their seats, followed by the others. Skits are performed and the evening comes to a ceremonious end with the Retiring of the Colors.

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Ritual Project 4 Week Project

Fall 2009

The program of the marketplace was heavily influenced by the Military Ball Ritual. Military Ball is a night that guests who are not in the military are invited to dine and experience some of the militaryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rituals. Using study diagrams of the eventâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s timeline and the Sitting/Standing study of the Superiors, Cadets, and Guests, I was able to create a radial section of the building. In the timeline, the night starts with a social hour reception: the time before anything official begins.

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Instructors Amanda Sanders and Cynthia Bubb

A-2 Foundation Studio

n Freezer (Preparation before ceremony) n Kitchen (Cooking) n Transition from cooking to selling n Transition from vendor to customer (divider between) n Walkway For customers n Sitting/ Standing Divider n Seated Eating area n Trash cans organizing the waste and Exit

Marketplace as Food Court

In the marketplace, the reception became the freezer- the place where all the food is stored before the event. The Recieving line, a time before the seating and food is ready became the Kitchen. These steps leading to the dinner became my kitchen: I preparation of the food. Dinner, the next segment into the timeline is where the vendors are given the opportunity to sell their food. This is what the marketplace is all about. In the Intermission segment became the counter where food is passed over to the guest. It is the transition from vender to buyer, as a midpoint in the event. The next segment, where the guest speaker speaks, is a time not many are interesting in . People linger in it briefly as they do in the food courtâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s walk way, it is the food courtsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; no mans land. The countertop eating area is created by the Awards section. Skits by the cadets in the diagram showed repetitive sitting and standings. This form was translated into the seating area of the marketplace. The ending remarks represent the trash cans on the way out. And lastly, superiors, cadets, and guests trickle out and continue with their own freedom of agendas. On a grand scale, the vendors represent the 4 Branches of the military: US Army, US Navy, US Air Force and Marine Corps. Each section is treated fairly in terms of space allotted and placement of facilities.

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Ritual Project 4 Week Project Process

Fall 2009

Bailey Bridge Construction

Image credit: University of Missouri-Rolla

The Bailey bridge is a portable pre-fabricated truss bridge, designed for use by military engineering units that bridges up to 200-foot gaps. It requires no special tools or heavy equipment for construction, the bridge elements are small enough to be carried in trucks, and the bridge is strong enough to carry tanks. In my marketplace structure, the bailey panels are used as column structures and roof trusses.

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Instructors Amanda Sanders and Cynthia Bubb

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Ritual Project 4 Week Project

Jessica Leong

Fall 2009

Bachelor of Architecture


Instructors Amanda Sanders and Cynthia Bubb

Entrance Section

A-2 Foundation Studio

Food Court Section

North Section

West Section

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Studio

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Schindler House Hand Drafts 4 Week Project Ground Floor

Spring 2010

Materials: Floor – Asphalt tile concrete slab Walls – Concrete slab and wood partition Ceiling – Wood boards Form: - Pinwheel of “L” shapes - Like a tent, protective back and open front. Cooperative dwelling for 3 households: - 5 adults no children. Each adult was allocated a large studio space for living and working that provided a direct connection to a shared outdoor terrace. - Shared utility space.

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


B-1 Foundation Studio Second Floor/ Roof

The house represents the basic requirements for a camperâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s shelter: a protected back, an open front, a central fireplace, and roof. The plan has a pinwheel configuration composed of four studios, a guest quarter, and a garage. Each pair of studios forms an L and opens through sliding canvas doors onto a patio used as an outdoor living room. The home focuses on simple building methods and showing evidence of how it was put together. In the studio rooms, a 4-foot module is demonstrated through the detailing of the connection between the 4 foot tilt-up concrete panels that are joined with a 3-inch glass insert articulating the module and construction progress. The redwood framework of the house further divides the 4-foot module in half with the spacing of roof joists and vertical members. A vertical module is developed with 12-inch segments of horizontal divisions for a framed window wall.

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Schindler House Analysis 4 Week Project

Spring 2010

Form: -- Pin-Wheel of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Lâ&#x20AC;? Figures Materials: -- Floor - Asphalt tile concrete slab -- Walls- Concrete slab & Wood Partition -- Ceiling - Wood boards Cooperative-Dwelling for 3 Households: -- 5 Adults; no children. Each adult was allocated a large studio space for living and working that provided a direct connection to a shared outside terrace. -- Shared utility room.

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


B-1 Foundation Studio Vehicular Entry

Pedestrian Entry

Materials: Bamboo; Flower, Shrubs. Hedges, Trees -- Used to create privacy and carve out natural rooms int eh landscape as well as views.

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Although the home is situated on a suburban parcel, the house is not situated in a common, adjacent to the street manner.

Site Plan Analysis

Form: 3 levels --Same level as house; acts as outdoor living room. -- Second level a few steps lower. -- Unwalkable pit

Walls of shrubbery and bamboo extend the lines of the house into the landscape, protecting it from the street, ensuring privacy to each patio, and articulating the garden into different functional zones.

The patio space is on the same ground level as the home. Garden space adjacent to the patio area is 1.5ft lower. Garden spaces not adjacent to the home are sunken.

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Schindler House Analysis 4 Week Project

Spring 2010

North Elevation

West Elevation

South Elevation

East Elevation Jessica Leong

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B-1 Foundation Studio

Schindlerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s system of construction endevoured to simplify home-building by cutting all of the wall studs to a standard door height thereby providing a continuous belt of plates and spatial datum at this height.

Sectional Study Model Investigating Proportions And Materiality

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Schindler House Transformation 4 Week Project

Jessica Leong

Spring 2010

Bachelor of Architecture


B-1 Foundation Studio

In my transformation, I focused on keeping the same program and the set of rules Schindler created to govern the house. I found the original house to be very well designed except for the open â&#x20AC;&#x153;bed roomsâ&#x20AC;? upstairs. Therefore, I got rid of those 2 rooms. In the garden, I maintained the articulation of the separate sections of the garden with walls of bamboo on a flat site. I adopted the same modular wall system and adapted the L shapes connected to the central fireplace. I broke up the 3 households to create more space between each household. By reconnected them, I achieved a long middle section for all the shared utilities like the garage and the kitchen. I grouped housing by their relationships to one-another. I gave the lone tenant in the guest room more privacy since he is not a close friend of the Schindler and Chace families. On the other hand, the two households of Schindler and Chace create a box. They are oriented to face each other, evoking a further sense of community.

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Boathouse 8 Week Project

Fall 2009

The Charles River basin and esplanade was created in the early 20th century from tidal marshes and mud flats to an accessible urban park for both land and water recreational opportunities. Its purpose was to provide an escape and relief from the city. The Esplanade contains: 6 miles of walkways and bike paths 5 miles of riverbank 3 granite landings 6 wooden docks 3 boathouses 1 performance facility (Hatch Shell) 2 playgrounds 1 wading pool 3 softball fields 1 T-ball field 5 youth soccer fields 1 tennis court 2 concession stands 10 memorials and statues 9 pedestrian bridges over Storrow Drive and into the park 266 park benches 1900+ trees

The Charles River Esplanade, 1935

Image credit: Boston Landmarks Commission Environment Department

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Instructor Janet Buck

B-1 Foundation Studio The boathouse project was conceived to reinforce the relationship between the esplanade and the city, and provide a building that draws pedestrians out and away from the city and into the landscape. The project fosters recreational opportunities, directing user views towards the Charles River and complimenting its unique context.

Boathouse Site Plan

Image credit: Boston Redevelopment Authority

Esplanade Site

Image credit: Boston Redevelopment Authority

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Boathouse 8 Week Project

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Site Photographs

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B-1 Foundation Studio

Instructor Janet Buck

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Boathouse 8 Week Project

Fall 2009

Sun, Wind, and Noise

Circulation pedestrian traffic automobile traffic

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Instructor Janet Buck

B-1 Foundation Studio Spatial Types water space activity space travel space living space

Urban Fabric The constant urban sprawl of the people, reach out to the calming esplanade and the water for an escape and relief from the city.

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Boathouse

8 Week Project

Fall 2009

Concept from the Site After documenting the site through sketching, photography and an agency of maps, I found the siteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s historical context still plays an important role in the existing spaces, growing features and developed structures. The latent qualities of the site became clear as I started to think of the urban fabric movement and how the spatial types aff ected each other through their thresholds. I created diagrams that helped me understand the interaction between the thresholds and the growth of the urban fabric.

Sound - Traffic creates highest, most irregular noise level. - Middle of Pathway is most quiet. - Water creates static noise.

Grid

Furthur out from city grid creates more serenity within the individual.

Inverse Relationship While sound is getting more oranized, the city grid is breaking down.

Analytical Process Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Instructor Janet Buck

B-1 Foundation Studio

Fitting the Form onto the Site

Walkable Surface Skylight

The transformation site model was built to convey the ideas of the analytical and transformational process through its reaction of the urban fabric. The transformation of the threshold tree model relates to a tree on site that has experiences the constant adaptation on the site.

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Roof Plan

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Boathouse

8 Week Project

Fall 2009

Process Sketches Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Instructor Janet Buck

B-1 Foundation Studio

The boathouse form transitions from the regularity of the Back Bay city grid on one end into free-form shape derived from waves of the Charles River.

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Boathouse

Jessica Leong

8 Week Project

Fall 2009

Bachelor of Architecture


Instructor Janet Buck

B-1 Foundation Studio

The orientation of the built form is turned 90 degrees from the direction of the city grid to nature transition to create a visible physical reminder for visitors. The roof form slopes into decks and overhangs to provide additional viewing platforms as an extension of the existing public floating dock. To integrate the structure into the landscape, I sandwiched my built form. Water to the north. Land to the south. Floating dock to the west. Peninsula to the east. While balancing the building between these existing conditions, I integrated a platform ramp back onto the existing land and paved trail. The entrance was articulated by an existing concrete form with three steps perpendicular to the entrance. The site was chosen as a literal extension of public viewing deck space.

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Boathouse 8 Week Project

Fall 2009

Second Floor

Scale 1/32” = 1’-0”

First Floor Scale 1/32” = 1’-0”

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


B-1 Foundation Studio

Instructor Janet Buck

Section A

Section B

Approach from City

View from River

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Studio

B-2 Foundation Studio

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Project 0: Tectonics 3 Week Project

Fall 2010

Chosen Details: Dissected into Elements This introductory project is an exposure to tectonics, the poetry of construction. Scale-less and site-less details were given to interpret, abtract, and speculate upon.

Solid and Void Elements provide movement and flexibility. covering movable support stationary

Continuous platform forms new ground line. Element to hold everything else above ground a certain height

Detail #1

support pierce rotational stationary

Pierced layers allow for rotational movement about a stationary element. The hinges are free to turn but cannot rotate beyond an obstruction.

Detail #2 Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


B-2 Foundation Studio

Instructor Tyler Hinckley

Chosen Details: Composed into a Unit Iterations of Unit Set of Constrictions First Iteration

-- Raised up to a certain point -- New ground level To adapt for corner making

-- Adaptable space/pieces. Movement! -- Covering attached to adaptable pieces.

Shortened bottom portion for ease of interloaking and more variablity in interlocking.

-- Stationary emements attach to movable parts -- Piercing objects create movable parts

Back covering to better block movement (Later taken out because it was an unnessesary waste of material)

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-- Movable parts joined together with one central element -- Central element anchored in place

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Project 0: Tectonics 3 Week Project

Fall 2010

Unit Broken into Elements

-- A set of constrictions guides the form. -- A joint is a relational condition, not an object. -- Assembly logics spring from a combination of two previously given 2-D details. -- Accumulations of repeating units are organized by planned external constraints. -- System evolve complexity through the successive addition interacting components. -- Scale and rotation of the unit creates spatial differentiation and impacts the type and quality of interface between bodies.

Exploded Axon

Pinned joint provides movement and flexibility, but when linked with another unit, movement is furthur constricted and locked into place.

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Bachelor of Architecture


Instructor Tyler Hinckley

B-2 Foundation Studio

Rotational Views Used in Construction.

Wall and Corner Spaces Horizontal Space

Elements provide movement and flexibility.

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Platform forms new ground line. Element to hold everything else above ground a certain height.

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Project 0: Tectonics 3 Week Project

Fall 2010

Front Elevation

Left Elevation

Jessica Leong

Back Elevation

Bachelor of Architecture


B-2 Foundation Studio

Instructor Tyler Hinckley

The components allow for multiple directions of fitting together to create walls, corners and a ceiling. In addition, the rotational element with the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Tâ&#x20AC;? allows for an inferred entrance condition.

Exploded Axon Recomposed Axon

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Project 1: Arnold Arboretum Educational Pavillion 5 Week Project

Fall 2010

2 Section A 1 3

A

B Section B

As a whole, Arnold Arboretum attracts tourists for the most part of the year. However, most tourists do not venture out to Peter’s Hill due to the distance from the main entrance and visitor’s center. Peter’s Hill is close to the neighborhood homes making it a more local location. From the neighborhood, visitors enter under a stone bridge holding up part of the train tracks.

Photograph 1: Site Overview from Sidewalk

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


B-2 Foundation Studio

Instructor Tyler Hinckley Existing Trees Existing Major Paths Existing Minor Paths Bridge Path Building Site

Walkable Unwalkable

Flow of Visitors Building Location

The proposed bridge path replaces minor paths for a direct route through the steep terrrain from the neighborhood to the arboretumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s main paths.

Photograph 2: Site Overview from Canopy

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Photograph 3: Neighborhood Entrance

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Project 1: Arnold Arboretum Educational Pavillion 5 Week Project

Jessica Leong

Fall 2010

Bachelor of Architecture


PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Instructor Tyler Hinckley

B-2 Foundation Studio

Transformation of Tectonic into a Horizontally Spanning Building on a Slope

Boston Architectural College

Segment 1 Portfolio

68


Project 1: Arnold Arboretum Educational Pavillion 5 Week Project

Fall 2010

Arnold Arboretum

Neighborhood

New Bridge Exibit/ Program Space The project is an attempt to connect the space between the neighborhood to the pathways and landscapes of Arnold Arboretum. The architecture is porous and transparent and inviting, creating an indoor/outdoor experience, not dominating the space of the park, but framing and sheltering it. The bridge created between the buildingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s entrances, the circulation equalizes the two approaches to the building from park and neighborhood. Paths created by tackling with tectonic strategy and bridging from both Arnold Arboretum and Neighborhood entrances to give both visitor an equal opportunity the view the landscape and then enter the visitorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s center from one starting point.

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Instructor Tyler Hinckley

B-2 Foundation Studio

Tectonic on a Slope

Boston Architectural College

Segment 1 Portfolio

70


Alternation of Apparatus Transition

Fall 2010

Original Tectonic Units Tectonic as Kit of Parts. Elements are pushed and pulled for more control in creating rooms and spaces.

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Instructor Tyler Hinckley

Boston Architectural College

B-2 Foundation Studio

Segment 1 Portfolio

72


Project 2: Chinatown Cultural Center 8 Week Project

Fall 2010

1 Hemlock Hill

2

2 3 Jessica Leong

3

1

3

Site Photographs Bachelor of Architecture


Instructor Tyler Hinckley

B-2 Foundation Studio

Building Use

Pedestrian Traffic

Adjacencies

Vehicular Traffic

Beach St. separates Greenway and Hudson St.

Boston Architectural College

Segment 1 Portfolio

74


Project 2: Chinatown Cutural Center 8 Week Project PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Fall 2010

The vent stack separates the open, sunny Surface Road side from the neighborhood feel of the shady Hudson Street. My building embraces the bisecting microclimate and is separated by a symbolic river between public and private. To take advantage of the light, the form is lower on the Surface Road side and skylights bring in maximum sunlight.

Section A

NEW CHINATOWN PLAZA

Scale 1/16”= 1’-0”

BEAC

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Winter Storms

N ST REET

JFK S

URFA CE S

TREE

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Winter Winds

HUD SO

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

H ST

Adjacencies

A

Section B

Scale 1/16”= 1’-0”

Winter Sun

Summer Sun

B C Summer Breeze GINZA RESTAURANT

Traffic

Scale 1/32”= 1’-0” KNE

ELAN

D ST

RE

Jessica Leong ET

Section C

Scale 1/16”= 1’-0”

Bachelor of Architecture


B-2 Foundation Studio

Instructor Tyler Hinckley

Site Analysis

Surface Rd. and Beach St.

Boston Architectural College

Sunlight on Surface Rd. Side

Hudson Rd.

Quadrant Charateristics

Segment 1 Portfolio

76


Project 2: Chinatown Cutural Center 8 Week Project PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

The concept of my project is based on the Chinese chess game that is apparent on site as a popular board game played near the site as well as an art piece in front of the gate. On multiple scales throughout the site, the river element separates the park from the mixed use buildings, and the public and private.

The Concept of my project is based on the Chinese chess game that is apparent on site as a popular board game played near the site as well as an art piece in front of the gate. On multiple scales throughout the site, the river element separates the park from the mixed use buildings, Horse Piece Movement and the public and private. In the perpendicular direction, the vent stack separates the open, sunny Surface Road side from the neighborhood feel of the shady Hudson Street. My building embraces the bisecting microclimate and is separated by a symbolic river between public and Horse Piece Entry private. To take advantage of the light, the form is lower on the Surface Building Entrances Road side and skylights bring in maximum sunlight.

Chinese Chess

Gree

Park

nway

Chinese Chess

NEW CHINATOWN PLAZA

BEAC

H ST

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Build

son

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URFA

JFK S

Play

To accommodate these outdoor players, I propose an indoor public space as an extention of the park.

River is a barrier for some chess pieces but not the horse. River contains no program; the open space is devoted to board games, martial arts, and other performing arts practice.

Horse Movement

Priva te

HUD

SON

Publi c

STRE

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Play

er 2

Hud

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Fall 2010

Lobby

Gallery

Theater Entry

GINZA RESTAURANT

Section C

Scale 1/16”= 1’-0” Scale 1/32”= 1’-0” KNE

ELAN

D ST

Palace is a zone the King piece cannot leave. Performance Palace towers contain vertical circulation

REE

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Jessica Leong

Chess Game Room

Recreational Entry

Bachelor of Architecture

Organizational Principle

River as Threshold Ground Floor


Instructor Tyler Hinckley

B-2 Foundation Studio

Tectonic Progression My tectonic strategy bridges over the chessboard “river element” and carves out the movements of the horse My tectonic strategy bridges over the chessboard “river element” and carves out the movements of the horse piece. The organization of the building is based on the elementary movement of the Chinese chess horse piece.

Using all 3 elements; unconnected.

Boston Architectural College

Using all 3 elements; interconnected. Moving forward, I kept the units interlocked like a puzzle.

Segment 1 Portfolio

78


Project 2: Chinatown Cutural Center 8 Week Project

Fall 2010

Tectonic Progression Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Instructor Tyler Hinckley

B-2 Foundation Studio

The 2nd and 3rd floors are formed using my tectonic strategy: a kit of parts consisting of 1) a wood, built-up member, 2) a steel structural element deployed in series, and 3) a monolithic wall. These elements are sandwiched and pierced to create the building.

Boston Architectural College

Segment 1 Portfolio

80


Project 2: Chinatown Cutural Center 8 Week Project PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Backstage

Performance

Fall 2010

Tech Booth

ent ysis

Tectonic NEW CHINATOWN PLAZA

BEAC

Open to Below

Dressing Room Below Gallery

REE

T

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

H ST

Lobby

TREE

2nd Floor

URFA

CE S

Scale 1/8”= 1’-0”

Chinatown Elevation

JFK S

ET STRE

Theater Entry

Scale 1/8”= 1’-0”

SON

Section C

Performance

HUD

Scale 1/16”= 1’-0”

Storage Director’s Office

Shared Office

Artist Studio

B Office GINZA RESTAURANT

A

Chess Game Room Kichenette Conference Room Scale 1/32”= 1’-0”

KNE

ELAN

D ST

Artist Studio

Recreational Entry Park Facade Scale 1/8”= 1’-0”

Ground Floor Scale 1/8”= 1’-0”

REE

T

Jessica Leong

The 2nd and 3rd floors are formed using my tectonic strategy: a kit of parts consisting of 1) a wood, built-up member, 2) a steel structural element deployed in series, and 3) a monolithic wall.

Bachelor of Architecture


B-2 Foundation Studio

Instructor Tyler Hinckley

Backstage

Performance

Tech Booth

Storage Director’s Office

Shared Office

Office

Kichenette Conference Room

Dressing Room Below

2nd Floor

Scale 1/8”= 1’-0”

Boston Architectural College

Artist Studio

Artist Studio

Open to Below

3rd Floor

Scale 1/8”= 1’-0”

Segment 1 Portfolio

82


Project 2: Chinatown Cutural Center 8 Week Project PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Backstage

Performance

Fall 2010

Tech Booth

ent ysis

Tectonic NEW CHINATOWN PLAZA

BEAC

H ST

Open to Below

Dressing Room Below

REE

T

T

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Section A

TREE

2nd Floor

URFA

CE S

Scale 1/8”= 1’-0”

Scale 1/8”= 1’-0”

HUD

SON

STRE

ET

JFK S

Chinatown Elevation

Storage Director’s Office

Shared Office

Artist Studio

B Office GINZA RESTAURANT

A

Kichenette Conference Room Scale 1/32”= 1’-0” KNE

ELAN

D ST

Artist Studio

Park Facade Scale 1/8”= 1’-0”

Section B

REE

T

Jessica Leong

The 2nd and 3rd floors are formed using my tectonic strategy: a kit of parts consisting of 1) a wood, built-up member, 2) a steel structural element deployed in series, and 3) a monolithic wall.

Bachelor of Architecture


Instructor Tyler Hinckley

Hudson Street Elevation

Boston Architectural College

B-2 Foundation Studio

Front Elevation

Surface Road Elevation

Segment 1 Portfolio

84


Practice

86


Santiago de Chile Wine Museum 8 Week Project

Sept. 2010- Nov. 2010

Cueca Dance Concept

Invitation

Lobby Greeting

Home Front

Circle of Lobby

1920-1930

1940-1960

1970-1980

Arquitectum Design Competition 1990-2000

Program Size: 4000 s.m. Cerro San Cristobal, Santiago, Chile

I worked on a design competition with supervision from William Boxx AIA. Exhibition End

Bringing to the Top

My concept is focused on the movement of the Cueca Dance. The interior circulation follows the steps of the dance. The exterior form is derived from an abstraction of the dance. The ramp-like form denotes the beginning of the dance from where each dancer approaches. As the dance progresses, the dancers reach opposite ends from where they started. To conclude the dance, both spiral together to an end at the top of the museum.

Final Height Skybar

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Practice Circulation Studies

Garden View from Elevator

Looping Back to Front

Clear directional path back to front. No green space.

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture 88


Santiago de Chile Wine Museum 8 Week Project

Sept. 2010- Nov. 2010

In the last years Chile has turned into a leading society in the field of industrial wine production but above all, in the development of the best wine cellars in the world, having successfully merged occidental science and technology with traditional grape growing. Chilean wines assume that it must serve to contemporary taste, while still be an object of design that not only enters through the eyes but through its body that has a sensibility and a unique mixture of flavours. Consistently, Chile has contributed to improve wine style beyond its frontiers, from the simplest flavour design to the most sophisticated, turning into an example of avant-garde harvesting in the world. This is why the challenge for this competition is to design a Museum that has XX Century History of Wine exhibition areas and also be a landmark for the city of Santiago. To this end, the plot where this project will take place is located at Cerro San Crist贸bal, since this hill is the most natural and, at the same time, urban backdrop to lay out a natural/artificial product such as wine.

Boston Architectural College

Segment 1 Portfolio


Practice Third Floor Sky bar

Wine Tasting Room

Lobby

Site

2000

1990

1980

1970

1960

Second Floor

Parking

Warehouse Administrative

Lobby

Wine Tasting

Boston Architectural College

1950

Bathroom 1920

1930

First Floor

1940

Store

Segment 1 Portfolio

90


Ann Taylor

Sept. 2009- Nov. 2010

Retail Store Display Work Store Size: 2000 s.f. 800 Boylston Street Boston, MA Role and Responsibility: - Use Display Book parameters to set up store displays to Ann Taylor Retail Standards. - Customer service as a Sales Associate. I gained an appreciation for the care and precision put into display work in retail stores. I learned to quickly adapt from the given plan to the finished presentation with limited materials and display props.

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Practice Feature 1 Feature 3

Wardrobing Room

Feature 2

Pant Shop

Petites Covetables Sale

Design Inspiration Shoe Room

Backroom

Bathroom

Office

Store 329

Ann Taylor at the Prudential Center PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Well-Suited

Desk

Boston Architectural College

Segment 1 Portfolio

92


Ecotopian House Project 15 Week Project

February 2010- May 2010

Context

Ribbon Saltbox

CIRCULATION

COMMUNITY

PRIVATE LIVING

VERTICAL CIRCULATION

HEARTH

Site Plan Jessica Leong

Planning

Concept Bachelor of Architecture


Practice materiality life span: 20 years cost per sq.ft: $1.60 per sq.ft recyclable: yes location: Massachusetts

distressed cedar

life span: 20 years cost per sq.ft: $6.00 per sq. ft recyclable: yes location: Massachusetts

cedar shingles

life span: 35 years cost per sq.ft: $7.00 per sq. ft recyclable: yes location: Japan

burned wood

Vision Boston Architectural College

Segment 1 Portfolio

94


Ecotopian House Project 15 Week Project

February 2010- May 2010

plans kids play

roof deck

square footage: 1450 sq.ft kids play - 90 sq.ft office/guest - 120 sq.ft hearth - 560 sq.ft roof deck - 700 sq.ft master bedroom - 280 sq.ft bedroom - 150 sq.ft foyer - 80 sq. ft

hearth

master bedroom

office/guest

systems / storage water cisterns

foyer bedroom

first floor

second floor

basement floor

systems

FRAME MEMBRANE 3/16” GLASS GELATINOUS

SOLAR HOT WATER

N

SU

STALE

SU

TER

WIN

MORE TEMP FLUX LESS TEMP FLUX

6’+

RAINWATER REUSE

ER

MM

FRESH

DHW

. .. . . .. . . .. . . . . .. . . . .. . . . .. . . .. . . .. .. .. .. . .. . . . .. . . . .. . . .. . . . .. . . .. . . . .. .

SUN

HEAT STORAGE

ENERGY RECOVERY VENTILATION 85’+

GEOTHERMAL EARTHDUCT

Jessica Leong

THERMAL GLAZING

Bachelor of Architecture


Practice

East Section

North Section

Boston Architectural College

Segment 1 Portfolio

96


Habitat for Humanity

Summer 2010

Role and Responsibility: -Working on Construction Site -Help in the Office We transformed families and strengthen communities by partnering with volunteers, the community, and qualified families with low incomes, by building decent, affordable housing for long-term home ownership.

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Practice Foundation Work

Boston Architectural College

Segment 1 Portfolio

98


Rebuilding Together Silicon Valley

October 2007- April 2009

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Rebuilding communities one homeowner at a time.â&#x20AC;? Each October and April hundreds of volunteers come together to rebuild homes and communities through our Rebuilding Day projects. Rebuilding Together gathers donated materials and hundreds of volunteers to repair and rehabilitate homes and non-profit facilities. Homeowners must be low-income and elderly, disabled, or families with children, and unable to do the work themselves. The work includes nearly all aspects of repair and rehabilitation where residents can live in warmth, safety, and independence.

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Practice Volunteering with Rebuilding Together has given me real experience of working on a construction site. I made site visits to record measurements, and decide the scope of work to be done. I designed solutions to the homeownerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s needs, and went supply shopping for all restoring and building materials. I then recruited a suitable group of volunteers for each project. On past Rebuilding Days, I have laid out pavers, designed and built stairs, and climbed under a home to repair subflooring and installed fiberglass batt insulation. This eperience has made me futher appreciate manual labor and the instant gratification in seeing my design built on the spot.

Boston Architectural College

Segment 1 Portfolio

100


House Modeco

October 2007- April 2009

Program Size: 2000 s.f. Los Gatos, CA Role and Responsibility: Helped start-up a full-service, design-build company integrating modern design and high technology for sustainable living. - - -

Notetaking at business meetings Data entry and other office procedures Site Visits

House Modeco 1.0 Floor Plan Image credit: House Modeco

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Practice

Internship I worked for House Modeco under the mentors Dan Hartl and Curt Cline AIA frm May 2009- August 2009 doing various office jobs like filing and data entry. I also designed flyers like the one above, attended business meetings, fundraisers, and attended exhibits like the PCBC Expo in San Fransisco. In addition, I worked with Dan on a start-up company called House Modeco in collaboration with Architect Curt Cline and Interior Designer Nicole Hollis. It is a design/build company of high design, high efficiency, modern component homes. I visited sites, gathered information, and offered critiques on the design. To the right is one of the companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s final designs I was involved in.

House Modeco 1.0 Elevation Image credit: House Modeco

Boston Architectural College

Segment 1 Portfolio

102


Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Coursework

Boston Architectural College

Segment 1 Portfolio

104


Design Principles

15 Week Class

Fall 2009

Sketchbook Pages

Dirty House

by David Adjaye

Thorncrown Chapel by E.Fay Jones

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Coursework

Boston Architectural College

Segment 1 Portfolio

106


Sketch Problem #1 12 Hour Charrette

Spring 2010

The Morphology of Sustainability Led by a team of instructors, students were asked to address sustainability in a design for a shelter through the relationship it has with the environment. The relationship was to determine the form. Design decisions were drawn from basic architectural elements for their formal or thermal qualities rather than their materiality. The morphology of sustainability is about ARCHITECTURE and thus engineered, or high-tech devices were forbidden. The glass faรงade face East to wake the occupants early and to the Eastern views.Outdoor gathering is done in the summer months. Wind is blocked by the building.Noises is lower on the South End, so sleeping quarters are located there. Sleeping quarters are separated by the curtains. The closure in the front of the building is a release from one section, the lobby into the sleeping quarters.

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Coursework

Boston Architectural College

Segment 1 Portfolio

108


Sketch Problem #2 12 Hour Charrette

Fall 2010

Group: Andrew Heidedebrecht Jessica Leong Jose Polanco Courtney Ufnal Brandon Watson

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Coursework We proposed a design of landscape and architecture that accentuates the horizontality of the site. The juxtaposition of these two elements follows a north-south axis that will serve as the recognizable basis for our intervention. Like the Roman wall in Pescile, the North-South orientation allows one to walk in shade during the summer on the north side, or settle beneath the warm winter sun on the southern face. The play of organic and artificial elements is much like an endless waltz. The minimalist organization of structure orchestrates the three beats of materiality, sound, and light that propagate on forever. Ultimately, our architecture is meant to enhance the magnificent garden and ocean shoreline vista in which is placed.

Boston Architectural College

Segment 1 Portfolio

110


Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Independent Boston Architectural College

Segment 1 Portfolio

112


Travel Journal: Angels Camp, California

Jessica Leong

July 5- 9, 2010

Bachelor of Architecture


Independent

Boston Architectural College

Segment 1 Portfolio

114


Parentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 30th Wedding Anniversary Book Spring 2009

Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Independent

Book Created for Parentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 30th Wedding Anniversary

Boston Architectural College

Segment 1 Portfolio

116


Watercolors

2009; 9x12 Jessica Leong

Bachelor of Architecture


Independent

2008; 9x12 Boston Architectural College

Segment 1 Portfolio

118

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