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EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC: SYSTEMS OF NEW PUBLIC SPACE

PROGRAMMING TO BE DETERMINED BASED ON COMMUNITY OUTREACH

Opportunistic Park(ing): A Distributed Pedestrian Network Thesis 2012: California College of the Arts Instructor: Brian Price This thesis proposes ulterior means of producing public space within the city. The research has focused on where current policy for public space making is ineffective and where there are opportunities to propose

GRAINING OF SITES

alternative strategies in both locating and implementing these spaces. Sited in the Tenderloin Neighborhood of San Francisco due to high population density, strategies were developed using the existing conditions of low public space percentages and the abundance of street level parking lots to implement public space while mitigating demolition and displacement associated with new development.

EAST-WEST GRAIN

NORHT-SOUTH GRAIN


GRAIN DENSITY:

PLAN: CONTIGUOUS PUBLIC SPACE

*NTS ELLIS ST.

B-

CIRCULATION: 5’ WIDTH, (GREATEST FLEXIBILITY FOR ACHIEVING SECTIONAL SHIFTS) WATER FOUNTAIN INDIVIDUAL BENCH CIRCULATION: 10’ WIDTH GROUP SEATING 2-6 INDIVIDUAL CART VENDOR BUILT IN BOARD GAMES SMALL SCALE PUBLIC ART EXERCISE STATION STORM WATER CATCHMENT

C-

20’ WIDTH GROUP SEATING >15 JUNGLE GYM UNIT SMALL SCALE REC SMALL INDOOR SPACE LARGE ART INSTALLATION BATHROOM/LOCKER ROOM DOG PARK

D-

60’ WIDTH+ LARGE AGGRICULTURE LARGE REC FIELD LARGE INDOOR SPACE LARGE ASSEMBLY SPACE LARGE PLAYGROUND AREA

VIEW: VISUAL CONTINUITY THROUGH BLOCK

BOEDDEKER PARK EDDY ST.

TAYLOR ST.

A-

MASON ST.

SCALES OF RESULTING PROGRAM

TURK ST.

GOLDEN GATE AVE.

N

DENSE GRAIN: CONNECTION TO SIDEWALK

.

T KE

ST

NEW FRONTAGE

R

MA

BUILDING ABOVE PERMEABLE PAVERS:

PROGRAM A PROGRAM B

FURTHEST FROM MARKET ST.

WOOD DECKING: ONCE REMOVED FROM MARKET ST.

PROGRAM C

CONCRETE PANNELS: BOARDERING MARKET ST.

PROGRAM D

PARKING STRUCTURES: 2ND FLOORS AS THOROUGHFARES

N

PHASING: SPEC’ING PUBLIC SPACE FOR FUTURE DEVELOPMENT

TYPICAL STREET LEVEL PARKING & MIXED USE BUILDING STOCK

OPPORTUNISTIC PARK(ING): CREATING NEW ADJACENCIES

ADJACENCIES ARE DEVELOPED ALONG EDGE OF NEW PUBLIC SPACE

CONCEPTUAL PERMINANCE: NEW DEVELPMENT REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN NEW PUBLIC SPACE NETWORK


CAMPUS PLAN 0

10’ 20’

N

200’

FORMAL MALL

HERITAGE TREES: CREATE NEW SITE BOUNDARY

INFORMAL ARBORETUM

PLAN: 5TH FLOOR

5TH FLOOR

INSTRUCTORS:

ALL WORK BY:

KATE GANIM ALEX SPAUTZ SEAN STILLWELL

WITH THE CONSTRUCTION OF NEW PERFORMANCE HALLS TO THE SOUTH AND NORTH EAST, OUR SITE AND THE NEW UC DAVIS MIXER PLUS BUILDING WILL BECOME A MAJOR THOROUGHFARE ON CAMPUS. THE SITE IS LOCATED AT THE THRESHOLD BETWEEN THE FORMAL MALL LEADING TO MRAK HALL AND THE INFORMAL ARBORETUM, AND HAS THE OPPORTUNITY TO BRING STUDENTS FROM THE ARTS, SCIENCES, AND SOCIAL SCIENCES TOGETHER IN BOTH SCHOLASTIC AND SOCIAL ENVIRONMENTS, ENCOURAGING COLLABORATION AND INNOVATION ON THE UC DAVIS CAMPUS. THE MIXER PLUS BUILDING ACCOMPLISHES THIS BY ALLOWING ACCESS THROUGH THE SITE BY TOUCHING THE GROUND AS LIGHTLY AS POSSIBLE. THE ATRIUM SPACE IS CIRCLED BY THE THICKENED PROCESSIONAL CIRCULATION, BRINGING LIGHT AND AIR DOWN THROUGH THE ENTIRE BUILDING, AND EXTENDING SOCIAL SPACES OUT OVER THE ATRIUM. THE VISUAL AND ACOUSTICAL CONNECTIVITY AROUND THE ATRIUM CREATES AN ATMOSPHERE OF COLLABORATION AND INNOVATION.

1. EXTRUDE CUBE

2. MEET GROUND LIGHTLY

3. CUT ATRIUM: MIXER SPACE

4. ERODE AT ARBORETUM AND FORMAL MALL

5. INSERT PUBLIC PROGRAM

UC DAVIS MIXER PLUS

EAST - WEST SECTION *NTS


VIEW OF ATRIUM: MIXING SPACE

MODEL: 1’ = 1/16” VIEW FROM ARBORETUM

VIEW FROM ARBORETUM


California Climate Zone 12 Reference City: Latitude: Longitude: Elevation:

Stockton 37.54 N 121.15 W 22 ft

CALIFORNIA

Climate This part of the Northern California Central Valley is situated just inland of the Bay Area. Parts of Contra Costa County east of the Caldecott Tunnel are also part of Zone 12. This climate zone experiences cooler winters and hotter summers than Climate Zone 3 (Bay Area). Winter rains fall from November to April. Tule fog is common in the winter east of Mount Diablo. Some lower areas receive frost on winter nights.

2 Mile Radius

University of the Pacific

Information & Charts from: www.pge.com

Temperature (Typical Comfort Zone: 68-80 °F)

Downtown Stockton

75 Miles 53° HIGH AVERAGE 45° 38° LOW

58° 50° 40°

65° 55° 42°

70° 60° 45°

80° 65° 50°

88° 73° 55°

95° 78° 58°

93° 75° 57°

90° 73° 55°

80° 65° 48°

65° 55° 43°

53° 45° 39°

Sacramento, CA

50 Miles

25 Miles

UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC CAMUPS Stockton, CA

San Francisco, CA

San Jose, CA

UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC & CONTEXT Yosemite National Park, CA

JULY 6.5 MPH

JUNE 7 MPH

MAY 8 MPH

APRIL 9 MPH

MAR. 8 MPH

SEPT. 6 MPH

OCT. 5 MPH

AUG. 6 MPH

FEB. 7.5 MPH JAN. 7 MPH

Los Angeles, CA

DEC. 7 MPH NOV. 6 MPH

N

San Diego, CA 120 W

SU

NS

ET,

NE

8:3

3, JU

5, JU

NE

ET,

NS

SU

21 . 21

EC

9, D

4:4

21

120 E

, 5:4 ISE

NR

SU SU

NR

ISE,

7:2

1, D

EC

. 21

60 W

60 E

SOLSTICE DATES

& THE SACRAMENTO DELTA

STOCKTON, CA & CONTEXT

UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC, CLIMATE CONDITIONS

Site Analysis: University of the Pacific Dormatory 1” Material Thickness 6” Structural Adjustment

Structural Study: Exploratorium @ Peir 15 & 17

Site Analysis, University of the Pacific: One of three site analysis boards for RFP competition looking at California, the Sacramento Delta, Stockton, and finally the Campus of U o P. Adobe CS Elevation & Plan Study: Dormatory bathroom plans and elavations for RFP competition at UC Davis. Revit Structural Study, Exploratorium @ Peir 15 & 17: The oculus had to be redisigned during CA due to a structural grid adjustment. A SketchUp study was necessary to ensure that the new placement would clear adjacent structure. SketchUp Render University of California Merced Revit Adobe CS *All work done with and for EHDD Architecture

Render: University of California Merced Dormatory


H

Elevation & Plan Study: For Client Review


Pedestrian /Automobile Interaction

Uncompressed State

19th Floor Plan: Facade Operation

Transverse Section

Operational

Weight Based & Operational

Fixed System

Weight Based

N

5’ 10’

20’

Compressive

Compressive Exotic Variables Instructor: Thom Faulders Spring 2011

Abu Dhabi is a car culture. The vast distances between destinations, the extreme heat and sand storms, the quality of the existing public transportation systems, and the current low cost of petrol in the United Arab Emirates make the automobile the default means of travel.

TransverseView Section Approaching

Underpass

(North)

Uncompressed State

Compressive looks at this existing condition and more specifically, the car as a representation of human beings’ very worst and very best achievement. The way western society, and emerging societies around the world have implemented the automobile is both irresponsible and inexcusable. While the resources consumed to manufacture and operate the car are astounding, the personal freedom the car affords is something that every society should strive for. The car is an integral component of our existing lifestyle, and one that will not fade without a reexamination of our entire public transportation system. Compressive reexamines the interaction between the person and the car at various scales and questions the current understanding of the parking lot as a type of “service space.” It looks forward to a time when emissions will be reduced and people and cars may inhabit the same spaces comfortably given that safety, congestion, and the integration of various forms of transportation have been resolved. These “service spaces” that we call parking lots may eventually be seen as destinations in themselves.

Sectional Model 1’=1/8”


Gateway:

View to Abu Dhabi

(west)

Compression:

Indicating Occupation

5’10’

20’

Compression: Indicates Occupation

Uncompressed State

Compression: Indicates Occupation


3RD FLOOR PLAN: 1 =1/24

A0.2: DETAIL THROUGH FACADE *NTS

LEUTSCHENBACH SCHOOL ZURICH, SWITZERLAND 2009

2

CHRISTIAN KEREZ ARCHITEKT ETH/SIA

ADVANCED TECHNICAL SYSTEMS CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF THE ARTS SPRING 2011 INSTRUCTOR: JUDITH MUSSEL ALL DRAWINGS BY: KELLY LAWLEY & SEAN STILLWELL Reproduction of Plans, Sections, Details, & Structural Analysis of the Leutschenbach School by Christian Kerez Architects in Zurich, Switzerland.

Programs Used: Rhinoceros 3D AutoCAD Adobe CS6

ALL IMAGES FROM: ARCHITECTURAL RECORD

A0.1: DETAIL THROUGH FACADE GANGWAYS *NTS


STRUCTURE: FORCE FLOW DIAGRAM

TRANSVERSE SECTION: 1 = 1/16


Sean Stillwell - Work Samples  

Architectural work samples from the MArch 3 program at California College of the Arts and an internship at EHDD Architecture.

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