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SLOANE LOVE BROWN


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ALBANY 1934-1935

ALBANY 2010

Sloane Love Brown www.sloanelovebrown.com sloanebrown09@gmail.com N

COUNTRYSIDE LIVING

INTRODUCTION OF THE AUTOMOBILE

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PARKING LOTS & WATER

INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL/CAMPUS CORRIDOR


NANO NETWORKS

Nano Networks re-imagines an isolated, 1950s state office campus in Albany, New York as a landscape of natural, built, and social systems intertwining a nanotechnology research park with the city and its residents. This entails a breakdown of boundaries between and within these systems on multiple scales, from underutilized greenways and massive infrastructures threading through the campus to lab and collaborative spaces clustered within the research facilities. In the same way that the enhanced excitability of a single neuron at the nano scale has the capacity to improve the health of an entire neural network, the heightened interconnectivity of systems and spaces in this project creates an energetic network in the city.

a landscape of natural, built, and social systems

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EXISTING STATE OFFICE CAMPUS

EMPIRE STATE DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL

NEW PROPOSAL


3 LAB MODULES

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SURFACE A ANALYSIS

NANOSTRUCTURES S I

SECTION A

7 LAB MODULES

2 LAB MODULES

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IN NSTRUCTIONAL T LAB B

INSTRUCTI TIIO O A ONA AL LAB B

AXITRON + EPIGRESS

OPTICAL CHARACTERIZATION

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SCANNING N T ELECTRON MICROSCOPY/ O OPY M SEM

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coLAB INTERFACE The organization of lab modules is used to inform the placement of collaborative clusters outside of the labs. Stairs provide a vertical connection between lab floors and passages on the facade allow for quick access to other areas in the building.

PLAN DETAIL QUICK PASSAGE VERTICAL CONNECTION

Surface Analysis Experiment Results Meeting tomorrow! Room 322

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coLAB INTERFACE


e-FILTER e-waste recycling infrastructure

e-Waste is one of the biggest challenges we face today. Every year, 30-50 million tons of electronic waste (old computers, TVs, cell phones, etc.) is produced around the world and much of it ends up in developing countries, posing extreme health risks and consuming space in increasingly cramped cities. Situated in Apapa Port, the e-Filter project is a 6.5 acre facility that sorts, recycles, and responsibly distributes e-waste once it enters the city in large container ships. Simultaneously, the facility serves as a vocational school, where students learn how to recycle waste by assisting and observing workers in the facility and testing methods in classrooms suspended above facility operations.In order to function most efficiently within Apapa Port, the facility is designed to fit within existing warehouse typologies and organization of the surrounding site.

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MASTER PLAN

e-Wasteis isa problem a problem can’t ignore... e-Waste wewe can’t ignore...

major e-markets Major e-Markets

Major Landfills

major landfills

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10,000 10,000tons tonsof ofe-waste e-wastearrive arriveininLagos lagoseach eachmonth month

imagine the equivalent of 400,000 computer moniters

Imagine the equivalent of 400,000 computer monitors

spread only 25% 25% is is re-sold re-sold spread across across the the city city where where only

and the remaining e-Waste is thrown in toxic landfills and the remaining e-waste in thrown in toxic landfills


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reused

toxins Discarded reused

where even children scavenge for valuable scrap

and even burn it, releasing and spreading toxins

discarded

MATERIAL CIRCULATION

x x x poisoning the water, land, people lagos... poisoning the water, land, andand people ofof Lagos...

now is the time to develop an effective e-waste recycling system


SCHOOL

PUBLIC

WORK

EXHIBIT

A series of strips derived from the assembly line typology serve as the basis of the design, wherein each strip handles a separate material flow. Where necessary these strips merge

LABS COMPUTER DISASSEMBLY LABS

BREAK ROOM

DISASSEMBLY LABS

together to create larger floor areas and points of transfer.

STUDENT CAFETERIA

OFFICES

ARCHIVE ROOM DISASSEMBLY LABS

LEVEL 3/4

(PEOPLE)

WORKER CAFETERIA

LEVEL 2

(CONTAINERS)

PUBLIC ENTRANCE SCHOOL ENTRANCE

South Elevation 1/16” = 1’0”

LEVEL 1

Section A

(TRUCKS)

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ning Process

1. Initial Sorting

2. Primary Shredding

3. Secondary Shredding

Plastic

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4. Ferrous Metals + Plastic

5. Non-Ferrous Metals

6. Export


102nd STREET FIELD HOUSE

In 2010 the Design Workshop undertook the challenge of transforming a landmarked 1930s era field house in Riverside Park into a fully functioning comfort station and storage space as well a year-round community space for Parks events and meetings. A major challenge was the design of a durable, functional space that would stand up to heavy use while simultaneously

RE-SUBMIT

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REVIEW

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presenting a warm and inviting feel.

The Design Workshop 2010

2/22 3 Versions Presentation Re-submit

3/2 Community Board #7 3/3 - 3/30 Landmarks Commission

4/6 - 4/26 Public Design Commission (PDC)

3/16- 4/5 Public Design Commision (if possible)

DATE 2/22 3/2 3/3 3/16 4/5 4/6 4/26 5/1 5/15 5/30 6/15

TASK Presentation of 3 Versions Community Board #7 (CB7) Submit to Landmarks Submit to PDC (if possible) PDC Review (if submitted) Submit to PDC PDC Review Submit to DOB Resubmit to DOB DOB Permit Issued Delay of DOB Permit

5/1 - 6/1 DOB

DOB DELAY begin prep/demo

Requirements

TASK LEAD

fixed date fixed date requires CB7 approval fixed date; requires Landmarks approval fixed date fixed date; requires Landmarks approval fixed date requires CB7, Landmarks, PDC approval -

Design Workshop Architect of Record? Parks? Architect of Record? Parks? Design Workshop? Who represents the project? Design Workshop? Who represents the project? Architect of Record? -

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RIVERSIDE PARK 102nd Street Field House

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304 Riverside Drive New York, NY 10025

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DESIGN TEAM:

T.O BUILDING 17' - 10 1/2"

TERRACE

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DESIGN

B.O.SLAB 14' - 10 1/2"

WORKSHOP

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PARSONS THE NEW SCHOOL FOR DESIGN 25 E 13TH STREET NEW YORK, NY 10003

MAIN ROOM 08

EXIT LIGHT PLAN

EXIT LIGHT FIXTURE

ARCHITECT OF RECORD: CITY OF NEW YORK PARKS & RECREATION OLMSTED CENTER FLUSHING MEADOWS CORONA PARK FLUSHING, NEW YORK 11368

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NORTH AND SOUTH WINGS 1' - 6"

PER TABLE 6-2 ESTABLISHED DEFINED OCCUPANCY LEGEND 1441 SQ FT/12 = 120 CAPACITY EXISTING INTERIOR PARTITION

OBSERVE

STRUCTURAL: CITY OF NEW YORK PARKS & RECREATION OLMSTED CENTER FLUSHING MEADOWS CORONA PARK FLUSHING, NEW YORK 11368

MAIN SPACE 1' - 0" GROUND LEVEL 0' - 0"

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CITY OF NEW YORK PARKS & RECREATION OLMSTED CENTER FLUSHING MEADOWS CORONA PARK FLUSHING, NEW YORK 11368

CRAWLSPACE

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PIVOT

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City of New York Parks & Recreation

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111' - 7 7/8" 30' - 6 3/4"

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Olmsted CenterA 500 Flushing Meadows Corona Park Flushing, New York 11368

CROSS SECTION 3 SCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"

OBSERVE

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CONSTRUCTION PLAN A 301.00 SCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"

STORAGE

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FILE NO.

SURFACE SUPPORT ANGLES W SECTION

4’ HIGH TABLE SURFACE

PIVOTING DISPLAY SURFACE (WITH TABLE STORED INSIDE)

4’ HIGH TABLE SURFACE

SPACE UNDER TABLE SURFACE (TO HANG CHAIRS AND JACKETS)

SUPPORT ANGLES

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SUPPORT ANGLE 4’ HIGH TABLE SURFACE

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BACK WALL DISPLAY/STORAGE SYSTEM

SECONDARY ENTRY 13

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OBSERVE

BUILDING SECTION SCALE:

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1' - 0 1/4"

SUPPORT ANGLES - 0" 5'

NEW RAMP

SPACE UNDER TABLE SURFACE (TO HANG CHAIRS AND JACKETS)

A200

STORAGE 10

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DRAWING TITLE:

4’ HIGH TABLE SURFACE

1' - 6"

VESTIBULE 05

B.O. CRAWL SPACE -6' - 0"

PIVOTING DISPLAY SURFACE (WITH TABLE STORED INSIDE)

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W SECTION

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STORAGE 09

MAIN ROOM 08

1' - 6"

SERVICE CLOSET 04

DESCRIPTION

CRAWLSPACE

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DISPLAY SURFACE

MAX OCCUPANCY 74 PERSONS

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04-15-2010

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B.O.SLAB 14' - 10 1/2"

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TERRACE

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SECTION - SUPPORTING STRUCTURE

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OBSERVE SURFACE

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ELEVATION 2 OBSERVE SURFACE

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SECURITY GRILLE HOUSING ABOVE (HOUSING TO BE REMOVED V.I.F)

A403

SECURITY GRILLE GUIDE NEW 1600 WALL SYSTEM 1 ALIGN WITH EXISTING DOOR OPENING

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NEW 1600 WALL SYSTEM 1

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3'-6"

EXISTING MASONRY COLUMN

DRAWING TITLE:

16'-9" V.I.F

FACADE SYSTEM The design and coordination of the facade system was one of my primary roles in the project. The treatment of the front colonnade needed to accommodate a 12-month conditioned space while regaining the aesthetic of a romantic openair pavilion. To achieve this, a set of details were developed to secure a storefront system in the space while meeting Landmarks aesthetic requirements as well as an exterior security grille required by Parks. Because all components of the facade and security grille would need to fit in a two foot space behind the arches, the installation sequence for these components also demanded careful consideration in the drafting of the details.

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PROJECT :

RIVERSIDE PARK 102nd Street Field House

2'-2 1/8" V.I.F.

304 Riverside Drive New York, NY 10025

1'-8 5/16" V.I.F.

DESIGN TEAM:

THE

DESIGN

10

WORKSHOP

PARSONS THE NEW SCHOOL FOR DESIGN 25 E 13TH STREET NEW YORK, NY 10003

ARCHITECT OF RECORD: CITY OF NEW YORK PARKS & RECREATION OLMSTED CENTER FLUSHING MEADOWS CORONA PARK FLUSHING, NEW YORK 11368

EXISTING STEEL AND CONC. BEAM

B.O. SLAB 14'-10 1/2"

B.O. SLAB 14'-10 1/2"

SILICON CAULK

STRUCTURAL: CITY OF NEW YORK PARKS & RECREATION OLMSTED CENTER FLUSHING MEADOWS CORONA PARK FLUSHING, NEW YORK 11368 MEP:

STEEL BEAM EMBEDDED IN EXISTING CONC. BOND BEAM V.I.F. B.O. STEEL BEAM 12'-4"

CITY OF NEW YORK PARKS & RECREATION OLMSTED CENTER FLUSHING MEADOWS CORONA PARK FLUSHING, NEW YORK 11368

B.O. STEEL BEAM 12'-4" EXISTING MASONRY STRUCTURE

EXISTING MASONRY STRUCTURE

2 A403 NEW DROPPED CEILING

NEW 1600 WALL SYSTEM 1

City of New York Parks & Recreation

SECURITY GRILLE (HOUSING TO BE REMOVED V.I.F.)

1 A403

SECURITY GRILLE GUIDE BEYOND

SECURITY GRILLE GUIDE

NEW DROPPED CEILING

HORIZONTAL MULLION HEIGHT T.B.D.

NEW 1600 WALL SYSTEM 1 HORIZONTAL MULLION HEIGHT V.I.F.

T.O. EXIST. OPENING 8' 7 3/4"

Olmsted Center Flushing Meadows Corona Park Flushing, New York 11368

T.O. EXIST. OPENING 8' 7 3/4"

ALUMINUM PLATE

ALUMINUM PLATE

NEW 1600 WALL SYSTEM 1 IN EXISTING DOOR OPENING SEE A403/1

NEW 1600 WALL SYSTEM 1 IN EXISTING DOOR OPENING SEE A403/1

INTERIOR

EXTERIOR

ISSUE: NO.

GUIDE ATTACHED TO STEEL SUPPORTING TUBE, TYP.

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DATE

DESCRIPTION

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PRELIMINARY PERMIT SET

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04-21-2010

ENGINEER COORDINATION SET

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06-02-2010

ENGINEER COORDINATION SET 2

5

07-07-2010

100% CD SET

FILING SET

REVISION:

B.O. FACADE 1'-0" V.I.F.

B.O. FACADE 1'-0" V.I.F.

GROUND LEVEL 0'-0"

GROUND LEVEL 0'-0"

NO.

DATE

DESCRIPTION

DRAWING TITLE:

EXTERIOR DETAILS: FACADE SECTIONS SCALE: 3 4" = 1'-0" SEAL & SIGNATURE:

DATE: 07-07-2010 DRAWING BY: DWS 2010 CHECKED BY: SLOANE

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FACADE SECTION AT BEAM

3/4"= 1'-0"

DA DR

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A401.00 FILE NO.

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STREET IN THE TOWER the city grows upward

The Street in the Tower is a multi-use building that takes a new spin on the ‘tower in the park’ to maximize real estate value, light, and views. Because the area is lacking in amenities for its residents, the streetscape is woven from the sidewalk up into the tower itself, providing a ramping thoroughfare of restaurants, stores, offices, and resident community areas. The density and size of the perforations on the facade GRAND correspond to program, light, STREET and views.

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CORE CIRCULATION

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RAMP

Partner: Felicia Nitu


SECTION facing North__ 1/8” = 1’ -

8am

6pm

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Grand Street East Broadway

260’ 250’

NO SKY EXPOSURE PLANES

Pitt Street

210’

120’

70’ 40’

OPEN SPACE

TOWER REGULATIONS

10 ‘

10 ‘ 1

13% lot footprint 44% lot coverage

MAXIMUM LIGHT EXPOSURE


FACADE ITERATIONS

TYPICAL APARTMENT LAYOUT

ENTRY POWDER

Grasshopper

BATH

KITCHEN

LIVING ROOM

LOFT

BEDROOM

FLOOR 1

FLOOR 2

RhinoScript

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SHADING STRUCTURE SHADING STRUCTURE Private

Shadow

City Views

Light

Street Views

Semi-Public

Private

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SHADOW BOX pattern experimentation

LAYERING

Shadow Box is a series of shadow-making boxes or skins that explore the self-evident and latent potential in the use of laser cutting as a method. A combination of 3D modeling and pattern experimentation was used to investigate various methods for creating a skin, resulting in a range of complexity from layered and notched surfaces to parabolic and triangulating surfaces.

PARABOLIC CURVE


UNFOLDED GEOMETRY

TRIANGULATED SURFACE

NOTCHING


SHADOW SPACE exploded framework

Inspiration from the Shadow Box Project was used to create a three-dimensional shadow space sufficiently scaled for a latent program. This Shadow Space literally pushes the boundaries of structure and skin by exploding the simple lattice frame at the core and warping it into a complex multi-layered composition of panels shading an interior ramp. The fusion of the thin, lightweight lattice and its fragmentary skin casts delicate as well as bold shadows interlacing upward movement and perception of the space.



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