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KINDERGARTEN DESIGN IV | FREDERIC LEVRAT

RESEED THE CIRCUIT DEGREE PROJECT | MICHAEL SU & PHILIPPE BAUMANN | CO-AUTHOR: GARY LEE


COLUMBIA BOATHOUSE DESIGN VI | BRIAN RIPEL | CO-AUTHOR: VALERIA BUSTOS

LAGUARDIA AIRPORT

DESIGN VII | ENRIQUE LIMON | CO-AUTHOR: MOLLY MASON

RESUME

EDUCATION HISTORY | WORK HISTORY | SKILLS


WINKLER RESIDENCE MICHAEL SCHMITT ARCHITECT pc 2016-2017

501 WEST 218 ST. 11225 BROOKLYN, USA

This Project brought to us by the client, Stephan Winkler, involved the Full Interior Renovation of a 3-story Townhouse in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn. Being in a Landmarked District, we had to coordinate the design with the Landmarks Preservation Commission, especially with the replacement of Windows, all of which are replaced. In addition, the careful preservation of the core structure had to coalesce with the complete reorganization of the interior of the building. In the end, not only was the house redesigned, but the surrounding lot space was also mostly rearranged, with new patios and structures.

Plan: First Floor AutoCAD 2015


HOUSING MAINTENANCE CODE NOTES

GENERAL NOTES

DRAWINGS

(H.M.C.) ENERGY ANALYSIS

PLUMBING NOTES

CLIMATE ZONE 4

2014 TENANT PROTECTION PLAN NOTES PROJECT LOCATION FILING

OCCUPANCY CLASSIFICATION CONSTRUCTION CLASSIFICATION CONTROLLED INSPECTIONS METER ROOM

FLOOD MAP

PLOT PLAN

FRONT YARD

STOR.

6

DEN

STORAGE

LAUNDRY ROOM

BOILER ROOM

LAUNDRY ROOM

SECTION: PROPOSED STEEL STAIR

SAUNA

7 ELEVATION: PROPOSED STEEL STAIR

BATH 3

HALL BOILER ROOM

LAUNDRY ROOM

BEDROOM 4

LIVING ROOM

BEDROOM 3

UP BEDROOM 5

EXG GARAGE

BATH 4

CL.

ENTRY

PATIO

BATH 2

STOR. P.R.

FOYER

HALL

STAIR LANDING

BATH 1

P.R.

CL.

CL.

2 HISTORIC DISTRICT MAP

CL.

W.I.C. STUDY

STORAGE

DINING ROOM

STORAGE

3 STORY + CELLAR

BEDROOM 6

MASTER BEDROOM

FAMILY ROOM

STORAGE

CL.

BEDROOM 2

KITCHEN

STORAGE

STAIR HALL

MASTER BATH

STEEL STAIR

STAIR LANDING

BATH 2

KITCHEN

OPEN SPACE

P.R.

4 ELEVATION: DRESSING ROOM

SITTING AREA

DECK

SHOWER BATH 4

1PLANS: DEMOLITION

5 SECTION: DRESSING ROOM

YARD

GARAGE

1 STORY

MARKET VALUE HISTORY

MARKET VALUE HISTORY NOTES

DEMOLITION NOTES

ROOM

BOILER ROOM

SYMBOLS

EXG YARD

3 SITE PLAN

A-001.00

2 DETAIL: SHOWER CURB

1 PLUMBING/GAS RISER DIAGRAM

3 CONSTRUCTION/ELECTRICAL PLAN: CELLAR

A-002.00

SYMBOLS

DEN

BEDROOM 4

CL.

GENERAL NOTES

EXG STORAGE SPACE

BEDROOM 3

LIVING ROOM

BATH 2

1 PLAN: MASTER BATH

ENTRY

UP

FOYER

HALL 1

MASTER BATH DN

9 DETAIL: MB VANITY

HALL 2

BATH 3 DN

DN

CL.

P.R.

2 ELEVATIONS: MASTER BATH

UP

LAUNDRY ROOM

CL. W.I.C.

BEDROOM 6

DINING ROOM / KITCHEN

MASTER BEDROOM

BEDROOM 2 BEDROOM 5 CL.

MECHANICAL NOTES

CL.

3 PLAN: BATH 2

ACCESS SPACE CL.

4 ELEVATIONS: BATH 2

5 PLAN: P.R.

6 ELEVATION: P.R.

CL.

DRESSING ROOM

DOOR NOTES & HARDWARE (FOR PRICING ONLY)

STUDY

STEEL STAIR

2 CONSTRUCTION PLAN: SECOND FLOOR

UP

3 CONSTRUCTION PLAN: THIRD FLOOR

DOOR SCHEDULE NO. OPENING

PATIO

1 CONSTRUCTION PLAN: FIRST FLOOR

(w x h)

TYPE

REMARKS

OPENING

(w x h)

TYPE

REMARKS

OPENING

(w x h)

TYPE

REMARKS

EXG GARAGE

A-100.00

7 PLAN: BATH 3

8 PLAN: BATH 3

A-200.00


WINDOW TYPE SCHEDULE

6 PLAN: LAUNDRY ROOM

7 ELEVATION: LAUNDRY ROOM 5 ELEVATION: STAIR BUILT-IN 4 DETAIL: COOKTOP

1

2

EXISTING ELEVATION: STREET FACADE (NORTH)

EXISTING ELEVATION: ENTRANCE FACADE (EAST)

WINDOW NOTES

3

8 ELEVATION: STUDY

ELEVATIONS: KITCHEN ISLAND

9 ELEVATION: STAIRCASE

EXTERIOR DOOR NOTES

1 PLAN: KITCHEN

2 ELEVATIONS: KITCHEN

A-201.00

3

4

PROPOSED ELEVATION: STREET FACADE (NORTH)

INTERIOR

EXISTING LITE ELEVATION TYP.

1

INTERIOR

INTERIOR

EXTERIOR

EXTERIOR

5

A-300.00

PROPOSED ELEVATION: ENTRANCE FACADE (EAST)

2

EXG TYPE 'A'& 'A-1': TYPICAL JAMB SECTION

INTERIOR

EXTERIOR

EXTERIOR

PROPOSED TYPE 'A'&'A1': TYP. JAMB SECTION

3

INTERIOR

4

EXG TYPE 'A1': TYPICAL MULLION SECTION

PROPOSED TYPE 'A1': TYP. MULLION SECTION

INTERIOR

INTERIOR

INTERIOR

EXISTING ELEVATION: DRIVEWAY FACADE (WEST)

9 3

PROPOSED ELEVATION: REAR FACADE (SOUTH)

4

PROPOSED ELEVATION: DRIVEWAY FACADE (WEST)

A-301.00

EXG TYPE 'A'&'A1': TYPICAL HEAD/SILL SECTION

EXTERIOR

PROPOSED TYPE 'A'&'A1': TYPICAL HEAD/SILL SECTION

11

EXG TYPE 'B': TYPICAL HEAD/SILL SECTION

12

EXTERIOR

8

EXG TYPE 'C': TYPICAL JAMB SECTION

PROPOSED TYPE 'B': TYPICAL HEAD/SILL SECTION

INTERIOR

INTERIOR

EXTERIOR

INTERIOR

10

7

PROPOSED TYPE 'B': TYPICAL JAMB SECTION

13

EXG TYPE 'C': TYPICAL HEAD/SILL SECTION

PROPOSED TYPE 'C': TYPICAL JAMB SECTION

INTERIOR

EXTERIOR

6

EXG TYPE 'B': TYPICAL JAMB SECTION

INTERIOR

EXTERIOR

5

EXTERIOR

PROPOSED LITE ELEVATION TYP.

EXTERIOR

EXTERIOR

6

EXTERIOR

2

INTERIOR

EXISTING ELEVATION: REAR FACADE (SOUTH)

EXTERIOR

1

14

PROPOSED TYPE 'C': TYPICAL HEAD/SILL SECTION

A-302.00


INTERIOR

INTERIOR

INTERIOR

4

EXTERIOR PROPOSED TYPE 'D': JAMB SECTION

1

PHOTO: EXG NORTH/STREET FACADE

5

PHOTO: EXG FRONT DOOR (W/ SCREEN DOOR)

2

3

PHOTO: EXG WEST FACADE

4

PHOTO: EXG SOUTH/REAR FACADE

PHOTO: EXG EAST FACADE

PROPOSED TYPE 'E': JAMB SECTION

INTERIOR

EXTERIOR

10

SECTION: PROPOSED VENT @ SOFFIT

9

EXG TYPE 'F2': JAMB SECTION

11

EXG TYPE 'F1': HEAD/SILL SECTION

PROPOSED TYPE 'F': JAMB SECTION

12

EXG TYPE 'F2': HEAD/SILL SECTION

6

7

PHOTO: EXG SIDE DOOR

8

PHOTO: EXG REAR DOOR

9

PHOTO: EXG TYPE 'A' TYP.

10

PHOTO: EXG TYPE 'B' TYP.

PHOTO: EXG TYPE 'C'

INTERIOR

8

EXG TYPE 'F1': JAMB SECTION

EXTERIOR

6

7

13

EXTERIOR EXG TYPE 'D': JAMB SECTION

INTERIOR

INTERIOR

3

EXTERIOR

EXTERIOR

EXG TYPE 'E': JAMB SECTION

PROPOSED TYPE E': JAMB SECTION

INTERIOR

5

2

EXTERIOR

EXTERIOR

EXG TYPE 'E': JAMB SECTION

EXTERIOR

1

INTERIOR

PROPOSED TYPE 'F': HEAD/SILL SECTION

A-303.00

11

12

PHOTO: EXG TYPE 'E'

13

PHOTO: EXG TYPE 'F1' TYP.

14

PHOTO: EXG TYPE 'F2' TYP.

15

PHOTO: EXG TYPE 'A' & 'B' SILL TYP.

1940 TAX LOT PHOTO

A-304.00

LIGHTING SCHEDULE (FOR PRICING ONLY)

1

PROPOSED REAR FENCE: SOUTH ELEVATION

2

PROPOSED REAR FENCE: WEST ELEVATION DEN

4

DETAIL: PROPOSED REAR FENCE

9

11

ELEVATION: EXISTING FRONT DOOR

BEDROOM 4

ELEVATION: PROPOSED FRONT DOOR

EXG STORAGE SPACE

BEDROOM 3

LIVING ROOM

ELECTRICAL SYMBOLS

BATH 2 CL.

UP

CL.

3

PHOTO: EXG ENTRY/PORCH STRAIGHT

7

BATH 3

HALL 1

DN

6

HALL 2

UP

MASTER BATH

ENTRY

DN

FOYER

P.R.

PHOTO: 72 MAPLE STREET REFERENCE

CL.

MASTER BEDROOM

CL.

LAUNDRY ROOM

PLAN: PROPOSED REAR PATIO KITCHEN BEDROOM 2 BEDROOM 6 DINING ROOM

CL.

CL.

ACCESS SPACE CL.

STUDY

DETAIL: STEEL STAIRS - TYP. STAIR TREAD

8

PHOTO: EXG ENTRY PORCH FROM PROPERTY LINE

10

PLAN: EXISTING FRONT ENTRANCE/PORCH

12

PLAN: PROPOSED FRONT ENTRANCE/PORCH

A-305.00

1 ELECTRICAL PLAN: FIRST FLOOR

ARCHTIECTURAL ELECTRICAL NOTES

DRESSING ROOM

2 ELECTRICAL PLAN: SECOND FLOOR 5

BEDROOM 5

CL.

3 ELECTRICAL PLAN: THIRD FLOOR

E-100.00


COLUMBIA BOATHOUSE DESIGN VI | BRIAN RIPEL | CO-AUTHOR: VALERIA BUSTOS SPRING 2013

501 WEST 218 ST. 10034 NEW YORK CITY, USA

The idea of the Boathouse being the center of several urban zones was a primary driving point, with an apparent displacement relationship between them. Then, the necessary program was divided up into three different categories, Community, Columbia and Urban, all being held together by the concept of the Urban Displacement. The facade was based on the idea that there should be a clear understanding of the relationship between the upper and lower level, with the span section of the building having a primarily horizontal facade while the lower portion consisted of vetrical members to enforce the idea that the building was being “pushed up�, while the double-facade system and thermal slab construction would provide sustainable capabilities to the sporadically used program.

Riverside View Maxwell Render | Illustrator


Plan - Ground Floor Illustrator

Plan - 2nd Floor Illustrator


Boathouse View Maxwell Render

Section B Illustrator

Section C Illustrator

Section A Illustrator


Rear View Maxwell Render

Wall Section A Illustrator

Wall Section B Illustrator


LAGUARDIA AIRPORT DESIGN VII | ENRIQUE LIMON | CO-AUTHOR: MOLLY MASON FALL 2013

LAGUARDIA AIRPORT, QUEENS NEW YORK, USA

When reappropriating the Marine Air Terminal at LaGuardia Airport in New York, any addition to the complex had to incorporate the most advanced security and networking technologies in order for the airport to keep up with the ever evolving airport program. All security was boiled down to short scanning hallways that would condense all screening to a point while boarding, effectively making all space up to that point publically accessible. Multiple routes of transportation to the airport (i.e. Ferries) would be opened up as well and would allow luggage check-in capabilities en route. The entire area is covered in a malleable canopy that would rearrange itself accoring to population, events and flights, dynamically forming the building to the current function.

Site Plan Illustrator


Aerial View Maxwell Render

Airside View Maxwell Render


Programmatic Axonometric Illustrator


Park View Maxwell Render | Photoshop

Section A Illustrator | Photoshop

Section B Illustrator | Photoshop

Section C Illustrator | Photoshop


KINDERGARTEN DESIGN IV | FREDERIC LEVRAT SPRING 2012

53 ST. MARKS PL., STATEN ISLAND 10301 NEW YORK CITY, USA

To capture the base concepts of what a Kindergarten aims to do, I came up with the word pairing ‘Falsifying Boundaries’. The idea behind it was to explore the division of space and program and to introduce a route to critical thinking and the questioning of constructed barriers. Originally, it was expressed by dividing the space ip through basic shapes, allowing children to pass around and through them, ultimately negating those divisions. Later, ‘Falsifying Boundaries’ was applied to terms on ‘Public vs. Private’, Programatic Spaces, ‘Indoors vs. Outdoors’ to extend the idea of blurring the hard cut lines between two opposing sides and allowing the children to begin to comprehend the complex ideas behind them.

Plan 1 Illustrator

Plan 2 Illustrator

Plan 3 Illustrator


Aerial View Maxwell Render

Plan 4 Illustrator

Plan 5 Illustrator

Plan 6 Illustrator


Entrance View Maxwell Render

Playroom View Maxwell Render

Circulation Diagram Illustrator


Section A Illustrator

Section B Illustrator

Section C Illustrator

Section D Illustrator

Street View Maxwell Render


RESEED THE CIRCUIT DEGREE PROJECT | MICHAEL SU & PHILIPPE BAUMANN | CO-AUTHOR: GARY LEE FALL 2014 & SPRING 2015 CHENGDU, CHINA

The city of Chengdu has nearly tripled in the past decade due to China’s ‘Go West’ policy implemented in 1999. As a result, this accelerated urban sprawl is uprooting and displacing the rural and agricultural surrounding Chengdu, endangering the the ability of the land to provide for the growing population of a future mega-city. To combat this, we theorized that the 52 Interchanges scattred around Chengdu’s Ring Roads provided enough empty and unused space for the development of urban farm nodes, tying production with the arterial transit system for ease of transportation and a non-centralized support system for the growing city.


Chengdu Plan Google Maps API | Photoshop

Section A-A Pencil | Photoshop

Section B-B Pencil | Photoshop


Prototype Site Maxwell Render | Photoshop

Program Application Maxwell Render | Illustrator


CutOut Plan Marker | Collage

The Highway circuit is a system that is limited to its own purpose. The Degree Project opens the highway infrastructure to new programs for urbanagrarian economies through densification of the existing infrastructure. It activates underutilized voids within the highway infrastructures through ingraining a parasitic lattice that provides a network of crossings, generating flows of access for crucial urban-agrarian market activities to be suspended within. Conceptual Statement

Radial City Illustrator


RESUME SPENCER CARTLEDGE 2 HAVEMEYER STREET, 3RD FLOOR BROOKLYN, NY 11211 EMAIL: SPENCERCARTLEDGE@GMAIL.COM PHONE: 1 (646) 678-2117

OBJECTIVE As a recently Graduated holder of a Bachelors of Architecture, I am now looking for a firm to stay in that will both provide an interesting work environment, along with the stability necessary while I pursue the next step towards becoming a Registered Architect: Taking the ARE Exams, along with finishing up any hours that are still required for NCARB.

EDUCATION BROOKLYN TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL Brooklyn, New York Entered Architecture Major in Junior Year

Attended: 2006 - 2010 Graduated: June 2010

PRATT INSTITUTE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE Brooklyn, New York Attended Study-Abroad Program in Rome (Spring 2014) Graduated with Bachelor of Architecture Degree

Attended: 2010 - 2015 Graduated: May 2015

WORK EXPERIENCE DUGGAL VISUAL SOLUTIONS New York City, New York Photo Developer Technician Assistant

Employed: Summer 2012 and January 2013

OMCDESIGN New York City, New York Consultant

Employed: As Consultant

KLINGMANN ARCHITECTS AND BRAND CONSULTANTS New York City, New York CAD Operator and Graphic Designer

Employed: Summer 2013

PRATT INSTITUTE Brooklyn, New York Steel Structures and Construction Management Tutor Office Assistant at Pratt Center for Community Development MICHAEL SCHMITT ARCHITECT pc New York City, New York Junior Architect

Employed: 2013-2015 Employed: Summer 2014 Employed: 2015-2017


VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE JAPAN-AMERICAN ASSOCIATION New York City, New York Assisted in Japan Day Festival and various events held

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS AutoCAD 2013-Current Version: Advanced

Maxwell Render: Advanced

Microsoft Office: Expert

Revit: Intermediate

Adobe Photoshop: Advanced

Apple Keynote: Expert

Rhinoceros 5: Expert

Adobe Illustrator: Expert

Processing: Intermediate

SketchUp: Expert

Adobe InDesign: Expert

Skilled in Model Making and Technical Drawing

REFERENCES For References, please contact me at my email.

For further information and full Portfolio, please contact Spencer Cartledge at spencercartledge@gmail.com or leave a voicemail or text at 1 (646) 678-2117


Work Sample - 2017