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Chattanooga Culinary Institute

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Asheville Family Recreational Center

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65+ Urban Pocket

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Savannah Recycling Center

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Architecture/Photography Installation

6

Professional Work

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Hand Sketches


m|EAT| Chattanooga Culinary Institute for New South Cuisine


Concept & Process The aim of m|EAT| Chattanooga is to inform the visitors about the culinary process, as well as expose the students to the real world of preparing and serving food. This project focuses also on different meat curing techniques, and how that could be showcased through the design. The central corridor will act as

create connections between restaurant and culinary institute

create “food experiences� in between main buildings to create a public space

FOOD distribute meat curing and processing stations throughout that have connections to restaurant and institute

infiltrates our mind and senses


SITE Plan SCALE: 1” =

25’

Educational Facilities

trash collection & recycling

Admin Offices & Student Apartments

Service & Loading Area

roof integrated solar panels water feature with seating

MARKET ST

Pedestrian Entrance

FIRST ST

bike racks

Service Entrance

Parking Entrance

Greenhouse with Parking below

CHERRY ST

Restaurant


SITE Section + Sustainability Features

1

2

1

Solar Power + Daylighting

2

Sun Shading + Materials

hollow terracotta louver

Roof Integrated PV Panels Clerestory Windows

steel tube

steel plate bolted to frame

Terracotta Material

Roof Structural Framing

durable ceramic material 12-20% recycled content 100% raw materials from North America


STRUCTURAL System

Inspiration from traditional barn structures

Section AA

SCALE: 1” =

16’


Structural

Model


South Elevation

SCALE: 1” =

16’


Interior Multi Purpose Space

Restaurant


Asheville Family Recreational Center Addressing provide

the

importance

options

lifestyle

for

for

both

a

healthy

adults

children in Asheville, NC.

West Elevation

to and


Concept Models

Site Plan

The concept models depict the idea of

the

building

emerging

from

the landscape and allowing the landscape to fill in the spaces in

between

the

buildings.

The

buildings are separated by building program, which then allows for the green space in between to be used to public gathering space.


FLOOR Plans SCALE: 1” =

Mec

Classroom

30’ Event Room Fire Exit

First Floor

Mec

Laundry

Jan Closet Juice Bar

Cafe

Kitchen

Daycare Mec

Strg

Mec

Fire Exit

Outdoor Patio

Fire Exit

Service Entry

Strg

Classroom

Jan Closet

Frozen Yogurt

Strg Lobby Security

Mec

Strg Front Desk DN Admin Offices

Locker Room

Locker Room

Fire Exit


Fire Exit Male Locker Room

Sauna

Female Locker Room

Mec Jan Closet

Sauna

Mec

Second Floor

Outdoor Patio

Studio DN

Fire Exit

Studio

Studio

Kids Studio

Mec

Balcony Mec Open to Below

Kids Studio

Kids Studio

Fire Exit

Trampoline Zone

Open to Below Open to Below

UP DN Mec


SECTION AA

SCALE: 1” =

10’


Purlin (screwed to top chord of truss) Steel Truss

Concrete Panel Roof

Wall Detail

Panel Joint (Sealant)

Plate Connector Beam Precast Concrete Wall Panel

-reduces heating and cooling needs -extends lifespan of roof slab

Pour Stop Support Bracket Concrete Floor Slab Metal Deck Bar Joist Suspended Ceiling Tie Exposed Tee

Green Roof

Sustainability Measures + Structural Framing

Retaining Wall

Glazing Mullion Glass Supports (attached to mullions and tied back at concrete panel)

Ceiling Panel

Steel Column

Wood Louvers Louver Support

Fireproofing on exterior of column Precast Concrete Wall Panel Callout 1

Waterproof Membrane Reinforced Concrete Slab Leveling Plate Anchor Bolts Gravel

Expansion Joint Perforated Drain Pipe Grout Concrete Footing

Grey Water Re-use System - rainwater collected from site - drains underneath permeable paths carry water to underground water system


65+ Urban Pocket “A sense of place encompasses a feeling of connection to a place, a lived engagement with people and land, and an understanding and appreciation of the patterns and processes in time and space.�

Urban revitalization project in Savannah, GA that addresses the needs of an aging population.


Fly ov er

Commercial Block + Restaurant

I-1 6

Commercial Residential For Sale

Residential

Car Wash

Residential Residential

Residential

Residential Civil Rights Museum

Abandoned Warehouse For Sale

y St reet omer

Mont g

MLK

Boule vard

Apartments

Baptist Church


STREET + Area Transformations


Conceptual Collage Layering Historical Elements with Visionary Components Integrating Community Needs


SITE PLAN

KEY

/ Re-Imagining the I-16 Corridor

1- Independent Senior Living 2- Secured Lobby/

9

Entrance 3- Civil Rights Museum

11 12

8

13

4- Community Garden

7

5- Playground + Basketball Court 6- First Tabernacle Baptist

4

Church 7- Outdoor Reading Room

3

2

8- Cafe 1

5

9- Future Rooftop

10 6

Establishment 10- Future Mixed Use Development 11- I-16 Pedestrian Bridge 12- Ramp/Seating 13- Community Theatre Pavilion


“Miss Delores, would you like to play some checkers?”

“Mrs. Franklin, can we go stop at the cafe to get a lemondae?”

private space (residences)

“Betty, is that the only read you’re exchanging this week?

Glen, watch Sarah and that she doesn’t fall.”

SECTION Perspective

semi public space (church playground)

community space


The patterns in this project were derived from the repetition that is found throughout the recycling process of breaking down certain objects to create new products.


Transform Seamlessly Savannah Recycling Center Transform: to change into another substance;transmute


2

1

SECOND FLOOR

DN

DN

KEY 1. Sorting Area

DN

9

2. Public Viewing Space

10

3. Processing Area

A

4. Loading Dock

UP

5

8

5. Storage Area

7

6. Employee Locker Rooms

6

4

7. Break/Lunch Room 8. Private and Shared Offices

3 UP

UP

DN

9. Recyclable Art Gallery 10. Collection/ Reuse

FIRST FLOOR

Center

SCALE: 1” = 50’

A


SECTION AA


VISITOR WALKWAY EXPERIENCE The visitor walkway serves as a learning experience for the guests. Walking past both levels of the recycling center, one can view firsthand what goes into the recycling process. From the second level, there is also a view out to the water.

visitor walkway interior

UPSTAIRS VIEWING

UP ELEVATOR

DOWN ELEVATOR

RAMP UP TO PUBLIC VIEWING

GALLERY ENTRANCE

RAMP ENTRANCE


Exterior

VIEW


Memory & Place Weaving Together a Recollection of Memories Architectural Installation Utilizing Photography An exploration in building at 1:1 scale, using the photographic process as the medium for telling a narrative


Interpreting Gaston Bachelard’s Poetics of Space

Time + Memory

In Poetics of Space, Bachelard describes the house as a memory because it is able to both hold our memories and trigger them. In his words, “the house furnishes us dispersed images and a body of images at the same time.” Memories themselves don’t represent duration of time. Our mind has to recollect all of the individual memories of an event and piece them together to remember the moment in its entirety. Bachelard describes this as “the theater of the past that is constituted by memory”.

Parts to Whole Relationship Line Between Reality/Memory Role of the Familiar


Final Installation


Professional Work with

Selected Projects I worked on a total of 4 projects

1. Pictured to the Right: Lote

during Summer 2015 with

Villavo Site Design and Physical

Bernal Arquitectos.

models

I was responsible for producing all images

2. Next Pages - Transformation of

and drawings shown

an existing Spanish Colonial house

in this section.

into a modern food court. I was responsible for the initial concept and spatial layout for the interior.


1 Lote Villavo Site Plan


2

Casa Existente

Existing Floor Plan

Transformation Process


Plantas – Piso 1 1-5: Food Kiosks

Restaurant

SERVICIOS 5

4

Food Court Level 3 2 ENTRADA PRINCIPAL 1

New Floor Plan Exploration in opening up entrance space to create an atrium


Sketches

+ travel + inspiration

ink + watercolor graphite + charcoal pencil + ink


Architecture Portfolio  

A collection of architectural work from my graduate and undergraduate studies

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