Page 1

Architecture Por tfolio, Pasadena City College Woodbur y University& Selected Work Experience

S p r i n g

2 0 1 8

T a n n a z

R o u h i


Visual Communications I

5-6

Gallery on Arroyo Seco Park

9-10

Parametric Tower

CalTech Guest House

Architectural Design Fundamental I

Cutty Sark Pavilion Case Study

Visual Communications II Digital Media

The Sectionalist

Architectural Design Fundamentals II

Sinclair Pavilion

Material Matters

Architectural Design Fundamentals I

1’-0�

13-16

11-12

7-8

3-4

1-2


1

135

3

Architectural Drawings

360

149 180

299

610

5

Work Experience

231 L.A. Museum of Architecture

467

8

25-28

23-24

17-20

140

31-34 239

37-38

5

35-36

5

29-30

Design Studio 3B

M.B. 361

370 387

Book Drawing

Tree

2

220

Egret Park Spotting Station

21-22

3

Design Studio 3A A Correlation Among the Family

Growth

Materials and Processes of Construction

Nesteck Museum

Architectural Design Fundamental II

4

1

686

6

466


Architectural Design Fundamentals (Architecture 10A) Pasadena City College Instructor: Michael Cranfill Fall 2014

Material Matters This project is based on the relationship of “man-made” and “natural”. The small collages were made from black and white copies of photographs (8.5” x 11”). The copy of the collages were cut into different shapes based on the lines which composed the larger collage (34” x 44”). The physical model was then built from the larger collage.

1

Original Picture (Machine)

Black and White

Arrangement 1

Arrangement 2

Original Picture (Nature)

Black and White

Arrangement 1

Arrangement 2

Physical Model


Physical Model

Final Collage 34” x 44”

Physical Model

2


Visual Communications I (Architecture 12A) Pasadena City College Instructor: Mark Ng Fall 2014

Sinclair Pavilion This project consisted of both collaboration and individual assignments. The measurement, documentation, and modeling of the Sinclair Pavilion at Art Center and College of Design were accomplished as a group. Composition of the drawings and renders were completed independently.

Plan 0

10 ft

Elevation

3

0

10 ft

N


Detail Perspective (hand drawn)

Perspective (hand drawn)

Render

Section B-B

Section A-A 0

10 ft

0

10 ft

4


Architectural Design Fundamentals (Architecture 10B) Pasadena City College Instructor: Matthew Daines Spring 2015

The Sectionalist Drawing of Layered Model (by hand)

The first model is a stack of foam board based on magazine pictures of the human figure. The model was cut vertically to produce the final sectional model. Next, the drawings were made by hand and were subsequently overlaid. The new drawing was used to develop the different space relations. The section models of each space relation were built, placed on the slope, and the site plan was designed.

0

Long Section

without outline

Final Sectional Model

Out lines and Cut lines

Small sections

Over Laid Drawing

5

2 in

Section Models


Physical Model on the Slope

Interlocking Spaces Drawings

Space within a space

Adjacent Spaces

Space Linked by a Common Space

6


Architectural Design Fundamentals (Architecture 10B) Pasadena City College Instructor: Matthew Daines Spring 2015

Gallery on Arroyo Seco Park

B A

BB

B

BB

B AA

A

A-A noitceS

1 noitavelE

Elevation Elevation Elevation 33 33noitavelE

Elevation 1 Elevation Elevation 11

Section Section Section A-A A-A A-A

Plan Plan Plan

B-B noitceS

2 noitavelE

Elevation Elevation Elevation 44 44noitavelE

Elevation 2 Elevation Elevation 22

Section Section Section B-B B-B B-B

Under Under Under

nalP

Concept and its drawings 0

The gallery’s design is based on the frog figure which draws inspiration from the wildlife of Arroyo Seco park. The plans were taken from the lines of the frog’s figure (different views and sections) and tilted proportionally by the angle of the ground at the site. This building includes one big gallery space on the ground floor and two studios. One kitchen and a restroom were placed on second and third floor.

rednU

4 in

Lines got from plans and sections of object.

Overlaid Drawings

Section A-A

Diagram

Floors diagram

Section Section B-B B-B

Section A-A

7

B

A

0

10 ft

0

10 ft

AA

A


B B

Studio

K.

Studio Galerry A

B. A

A

A

B

Groung Ground Floorfloor 0

10 ft

Elevation 3

0

Elevation 2

North Elevation 0

Second Floor Second floor

B

West Elevation 10 ft

0

10 ft

Physical Model 10 ft

N

8


1

Visual Communications II Digital Media (Architecture 12B) Pasadena City College Instructor: Gregory Zamora Spring 2015

Component Development

2

1

1

1

2

1

2

2

2

Cutty Sark Pavilion Case Study The pavilion is inspired by the NorthRiver Steam Boat. The circulation is inspired by the movement of the steam engine’s handles, gears, and pedals. The structure’s surface texture is consistent through the top of the three curves which rotate as they go over the summit points, similar to the movement of the gears and pedals. The materials used are sail cloth for the surface and wood for the structure. The model was designed with Grasshopper.

Elevation 0

10 ft

0

10 ft

0

10 ft

Section

Plan

9

N


Section B-B 0

5 ft

10


Visual Communications II Digital Media (Architecture 12B) Pasadena City College Instructor: Gregory Zamora Spring 2015

Component Placement

Parametric Tower This project was developed as a unique tower based on class lessons in Rhino and Grasshopper. It is separated into two parts, parametric tower and the surface component. Each were designed separately but correspond to each other. The primary shape is a triangle. The combination of two triangles, bottom to top, creates a shape that is pointed to six different directions representing the Star of David. Each floor was scaled using two point attractors and rotated 90 degrees around the center. The building is covered with glass and hexagonal pipe panels, on which the component was placed. The component has hexagonal base and triangular structure on top and its height changes by point attractor. The corners of the base and the top connect with pipes which are responsible for holding the glass in place.

Plan 11

Tower Development

Component Development

Scale: 1/64� = 1’-0�

Plan 0

10 ft

N


Plan

4” = 1’-0”Scale: 1/64” = 1’-0”

3D Models

on Section Section

1/64” = 1’-0”Scale: 1/64” = 1’-0” 0

10 ft

Elevation Elevation

Elevation

Scale: 1/64” = 1’-0”Scale: 1/64” = 1’-0” 0

10 ft

12


Architectural Design Fundamental I (Architecture 20A) Pasadena City College Instructor: Michael Cranfill and Gregory Zamora Fall 2015 Group-mate: Nyree Vertanessian

CalTech Guest House The project was started by studying precedents which were combined to design a guest house on the site of California Institute of Technology. The final project includes two programs of Gate House (Community Center/Campus Gateway) and Guest House, (Visiting Scholar Center/ Dwelling Units).

Formal Diagrams

+

+

Living Area

Conference Center

Units Jewish museum of Berlin by Daniel Libeskind Campbell Sport Center by Steven Holl Architects

Campbell Sport Center Formal Diagrams (Shape)

Presidents

Living Area

Formal Diagrams Units

Living Area First Scheme Units

Jewish Museum of Berlin (Linear Plan)

Saynatsalo Town Hall by Alvar Aalto

First Scheme

Saynatsalo Town Hall (Court)

Conference Center

Conference Center

Floors are elevated and tail is shifted

First Scheme First Scheme

Floors Are Elevated and Tail Is Shifted

Final Form

Final Form

Floors are elevated and tail is shifted

Final Form

Final Form

Site Plan relation to the surrounding Buildings 0

13

60 ft

Interior Render

N


Exterior Render

Physical Model

14


Elev. 2

Elev. 2

A

A B

A Elev. 1

A B

+ 0.00

- 2.24

Elev. 1

+ 10.26

- 2.24

+ 0.00

+ 12.50

B

B

First Floor

Second Floor 0

20 ft

0

20 ft

Restroom

Second Floor

irst Floor

Unit

1/16” = 1‘0

Kitchenette Mech.

Workroom

Unit Conf.

Restroom

Unit

Mech.

Workroom

Restroom

16” = 1‘0

Conf.

Unit

Secretarial

Lobby

S. Conf.

Mech. Mech.

D

in

in

g

Conf.

Di

om

Storage

DiningBio.

Conf.

n.F

in gro

oy

Liv

er

S. Conf.

Libra ry

R.r.

FoodPrep.

Lecture Hall

DryF.s.

Cold F.s.Cleaning

Terrace

Buildings with 66’-100’ height

DishWash

Sto

rag

Buildings with 51’-65’ height

e

Buildings with 36’-50’ height Buildings with 16’-35’ height Buildings with 0-15’ height

ing

Liv

er

ing

Foy

Din

Room

Dish Wash

Mech.

Un

tro

Res

ing

Dry F.S.

ce

rra

Te

ce

rra

Te

Stairs

Din

Cold F.S.

Linen

ge

Storage

ce

rra

Te

Mech.

stR

it

Un

nit

U

Workroom Secretarial

ure

Lect

Lo

ce

rra

ge

un

er

l

Hal

er

ow

Sh

Re

ge

un

Lo

m/

oo

un

Lo

Food Prep.

Kitchenette

Workroom

Mech.

Ro

it Un

om

Ter

Te

E.

ow Sh m/ ge oo Loun

stR

Re

it Un

S. Conf.

S. Conf.

rary

Lib e

rac

ing

Din

om

Room

it

Me

Conf.

ce

rra

Te

ch

h. ec M

Conf. Conf. Conf.

y

Private

Programmatic Diagrams: Final

bb

Parti Diagram

Lo

North

Public

15

Court Court

Entrance and Circulation

Entrance and Circulation

Parti Diagram Party Diagram

Structure Plan Plan Structure 1/32” = 1‘0

N


Exterior Render

Elevation 1

Elevation 2 Elevation 3

Elevation 2

/16” = 1‘0

0

20 ft

Section A-A

1/16” = 1‘0

0

20 ft

Section B-B 0

20 ft

0

20 ft

16


Architectural Design Fundamental II (Architecture 20B) Pasadena City College Instructor: Benjamin Warwas Spring 2016

Nesteck Museum The formation of these concepts come from non-conventional and humorous ideas. The museum is separated by public and private spaces. The private section is underground with a view of the highway which is hidden from the visitors. The separated mass provides circulation from the garage to the street level, providing a consistent experience as all visitors will have from street level. The outdoor gallery is placed on the third level enclosed by trees to protect from surrounding noises. The design of the plans is based on natural curves with the exception the circulation which has a geometric design. In contrast, the sections and elevations are designed to be very geometric except the circulation and facade design with natural curves.

Section A-A 0

5 ft

0

5 ft

Section B-B

17

Circulation Diagram

Stair Rendering


Rendering

Physical Model

18


Temple Ave.

Temple Ave.

Grand Ave.

Third Floor

Ground Floor 0

10 ft

0

East Elevation

19

Grand Ave.

0

10 ft

South Elevation 20 ft

0

20 ft


Temple Ave.

Temple Ave.

Grand Ave.

Office Level -1 0

First Parking Level -2 10 ft

0

North Elevation 0

Grand Ave.

10 ft

West Elevation 20 ft

0

20 ft

N 20


Materials and Processes of Construction

8 in 5 in

(Architecture 14) Pasadena City College Instructor: Gabriel Leung Spring 2016

3 in

PROCESS OF THE MODUAL PROCESS PROCESS OF OFDEVELOPING DEVELOPING THE THEOF MODUAL MODUAL PROCESS OFDEVELOPING DEVELOPING THE MODUAL THE MODUAL PROCESS DEVELOPING PROCESS OFDEVELOPING DEVELOPING THEMODUAL MODUAL PROCESS OF DEVELOPING OF THE MODUAL THE PROCESS OFPROCESS DEVELOPING THE MODUAL

Units Size

Single moduals in different sizes

Growth

This project is based on the stability and gradual growth of a unit. The structure was designed with a wide base that narrows as it elevates. It was constructed using straws and fishing-line. In practice, the structure can be used to create spaces indoors and outdoors. In addition, F DEVELOPING THE MODUAL it can be used in landscaping to aid in the growth of climbing greenery. This concept can also be used for building a climbing structure for children by using a permanent material. 2.

Unit Design Process

1.1. 1.1. 1.1. 1. 1.

2.2. 2.2. 2.2. 2. 2.

1.

3.

4.

5.

6.6. 6.6. 6.6. 6. 6.

6.

INSPIRATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTOR

7.

Variation Process Product

21

3. 4.4.4. 4.4.4. 4.4.

Product

Developing Module

6.

2. 3.3.3. 3.3.3. 3.3.

Product

Concept

7.7. 7.7. 7.7. 7. 7.

7.

Product

4. 5.5.5. 5.5.5.


Plan 0

3 in

Elevation 1

Elevation 2 0

3 in

0

3 in

22


e ss 24 in

es o f Co sn tru c

Materials and Processes of Construction

tion

24 in 12 in U

12

RM

N

RM

in

RM

AT 24 i IO n N

ATI

ON

4.0

RMA

odu als

M

TION

in T

ON

12

wo D

in in

12

12

iffe ren tS

2244 in

izes

in

in

24 in

24

Connection Study

24

P 12 in 24 in CC Structural AR Units Sizes CH 14 24 in

in

Materials & Processes PC of Construction CA

RCH

M

ria

ls

&

ria

24 in

ls

&

in

in

12 in

24 The Main Moduals in Two Different Sizes in 24 in

+

12 in 24 in

12

12 in

in

Pr

4

oc

Shading Study

ate

12

1224in

in

Pr

in

12

+

in 24 in

UNIT INFORMATION 12 in

12

6.0

12 in

in Folding Two Ends Pulling the 14 Plastic Mesh Tube oce sse 1 Mat 2 2 in 4s ino eria Inside Corners of the ls & fC PCC Pro ARC on The Opposite Ends cess H 14 st Mai es o nM ruM12 in 12 f Co o d The M uals ctiateria Out nstr in in T ain M ucti on ls & Pr wo odua on Diff ls in ocess e Two r e e n s o1f2Cin PCC t Siz Di Th e s o = n ARC struc eM tion H1 a

14 ate

24

12

in

M

AR

12 in

in

12 in

24 12 in

CH

INFO

ATI

12 in

24 in

PCC ARCHP 14

UNIT

GROUP GROUP PROJECTS PROJECTS COMBINATION COMBINATION

RM

24 in

24

The Ma in

12 in

in

FO

NFO

Materials & Processes of Construction 24 UN IT I in NFO

PCC ARCH 14

Moving rigid parts and tree shapeA TI (Concept) O

(Shade)N

UN

24

in

N

(Structure)

24 in

24 in

23

Sticks Sticks and and Cardboard CardboardFO

IT Combination of Members’ NProjects Rigid Fluid I IT I

24 in

IT

Brian Dwyer`s Project IN

Yarn Yarn and and Mesh Mesh

12 in

CC

==

U Straws Straws and and Fish Fish Lines Lines

Shape Study

6.0

This project was comprised from midterm projects designed by each member of 24 in the group. The design of this structure incorporates the primary focus of each group members project: Rigidity (Tannaz Rouhi), fluidity (Jennifer Reed), movement of rigid parts and tree concept (Brian Dwyer). The structure was built using white PVC pipe and clear zip ties. To produce shade, clear plastic mesh netting and fishing line were utilized. The structure gradually increases in size as it moves up.

++

Jennifer Reed`s Project

Tannaz Rouhi`s Project

MA TIO

Tree

++

UN

NI T I NF OR

(Architecture 14) Pasadena City College Instructor: Gabriel Leung UNIT INFORMATION Spring 2016 Group-mates: Jennifer Reed, Brian Dwyer

ess

Mat

erial

s&

12

in

UN

in

Proc

esse es s of Product Con of stru Co ctio Developing Shade Produces Module n n

IT I

NFO

RM

U

ATI

ON

N

IT

IN

FO

RM

A

M

od

ua UNls i The IT nINTFO Mai woRMAT n M D ION odiu ffeals i ren n Tw t S o Diff eren ize s


LOCATION OF THE PROJECT ON CAMPUS

Plan

Location 0

1 ft

SNOITAVELE DNA NA LPARCH EHT14 PCC

Plan

PCC ARCH 14

Elavation 1 n1oitavalE

Elevation 1

0

1 ft

Materials & Processes of Construction

LOCATION ON PCC MAIN CAMPUS

Elavation 1

Materials & Processes of Construction

7.0

Elavation 2

DEVELOPING MODUAL

Elavationn2alP

Elevation 2 0

1 ft

24


Design Studio 3A (Arch 383) Woodbury University Instructor: Marc J. Neveu Fall 2017

A Correlation Among the Family This project is a school and dormitory which welcomes families into the project, it contrasts the majority of Jewish schools and other religious places that are only for men or women. The families can live Sixth Floor together and there is no need for them to be separated from their families to learn Fifth Floor Torah. Even though they are in different classes, they are in the same building. Circulation Diagram Since traditionally men and women go to Floor Fourth separate schools, this contemporary idea would bring them all into one building without conflicting with their religion. The project was designed on pilotis to Section maintain the privacy of the building. It 0 5 ft allows Jewish non-residents to experience the open space of the site and have access to the Sukkah for events. Residential Residential Program Diagram Kitchen andand Dining Kitchen Dining Synagogue Synagogue Women’s ClassClass & Kids’ Room Women’s & Kid’s Room Library Library Offices & Lecture Room Room Offices & Lecture Gym Gym SECTION SECTIONSECTION Third Floor Mitzvahs Mikvah Lobby, Circulation & Services Lobby, Circulation & Services Second Floor

Sixth Floor

Fifth Floor Circulation Diagram

Fourth Floor

Vertical Circulation

Sc:1/8"=1'0" Sc:1/8"=1'0" Sc:1/8"=1'0"

Horizontal Circulation

Residential Kitchen and Dining Synagogue Women’s Class & Kids’ Room

First Floor

Model Looking from North East

25

Library

Vertical Circulation

Offices & Lecture Room

Horizontal Circulation

Gym

Program Diagram

Ground Floor

Mitzvahs

Circulation Diagram

Lobby, Circulation & Services


Model (South West Side)

Model (South East)

Model with Morning Shade (Top View)

26


+12'1"

+20'10"

+26'3"

+ 2'11"

0.00

+30'

Site Plan

27

0

10 ft

30 ft


First Floor PlanFIRST FLOOR Sc: 1/16"=1'0"

0

10 ft

THIRD FLOOR Sc: 1/16"=1'0"

Fifth Floor PlanFIFTH FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR Sc: 1/16"=1'0"

Sc: 1/16"=1'0"

0

10 ft

N 28


Tannaz Rouhi

Studio 3B

Spring 2018

Design Studio 3B (Arch 384) Woodbury University Instructor: Melissa Peter Spring 2018

Egret Park Spotting Station This project is designed as a structural cover and multi-use, fully accessible viewing Platform located at Egret Park (Riverside drive at I-5 Freeway) for the observation, viewing and overall enjoyment of the Southern California Metro Link train system as it enters the Southern California Regional Rail Authority Taylor Yard maintenance facility across the LA River from Egret Park. IIn addition, the platform introduces views north of the site consisting of hills and scattered vegetation. The project has a hydraulic motor which opens the cover during train arrivals and departures and at times there are activities on the LA River. The south side cover was designed at an angle ideal for placing solar panels which provide electricity needed for the motor and lighting structure and park.

29

Enclosure

Enclosure

Structure

Structure

Physical Model (Top View)

Axonometric

Physical Model (South Side)


94’

10”

94’ 10”

+- 0’ 0”

o

10 ft

4

43

k wal Side

lk ewa Sid

o

+0’ - 0”

Bike Racks

94

12

Park Le

0”

- 6’ 0

12

o

e Driv

7” 5’ 10

e rsid

7” 5’ 10 Bike Racks

- 12’

0”

+10’ 0”

+47’ 3”

Rive ”

- 24’ 0 - 18’

+26’ 7”

12 0”

o

94’ 10”

o

Los Angeles Rive

- 30’

94

94

64

o

o

o

43

109

8 ft

0”

8 ft

- 18’

- 18’ Plan

+47’ 3”

Scale 1’ = 1/8”

-30’ 0”

+8’ 0” o

109

River bed

o

109 10 ft

Platform

Plan

+37’ 0”

Plan

Scale 1’ = 1/8”

58

o

+- 0’ 0”

0”

- 24’ 0

0”

rive

- 30’

0”

0”

- 24’

+- 0’ 0”

de D

rsi Rive

Scale 1’ = 1/8”

0

- 30’

0”

+ - 0’ 0”

Elevation

Elev.

Bike Racks

10 ft

- 12’

10 ft

” - 6’ 0

8 ft

Path

k wal

Side

0”

Bike

7”

- 12’

5’

10

” - 6’ 0

102’ 7”

o

43

+47’ 3”

+37’ 0”

Platform

+8’ 0”

River bed

-30’ 0”

+26’ 7”

+26’ 7”

+10’ 0”

+10’ 0”

0” +0’ -

+0’ - 0” Level Park Level Park

Elevation

Elevation

Scale 1’ = 1/8”

0

10 ft

N 30


Design Studio 3B (Arch 384) Woodbury University Instructor: Melissa Peter Spring 2018 Group-mate: Blake Shiu

+90’

+60’

L.A. Museum of Architecture

Gallery

+0’

Lobby

Auditorium

Parking

Service

Parking

Service

Parking

Longitudinal Section Scale : 1/16" = 1'-0"

Longitudinal Section 0

30 ft

Gallery Gallery Lobby Lobby Gift Shop shop Gift Auditorium Auditorium Administration Administration Circulation Circulation Restaurant Restaurant Sculpture Garden Sculpture Garden Services Service Parking Parking

Program Diagram

Gallery Lobby Gift Shop Auditorium Administration Circulation Restaurant Sculpture Garden Service Parking

sh T m ow he t h ove c a s L o m is me es s so use ico nt the A an cia um nic s an pro d i l im is ci d t ’s p to t y tre th a n a e The soc c ts ed wh i n a n d n f r b u i e t t h u c a at co d 110 ast ild y. at a te i rc pe n nt con fr ru ing h a i tu ras cre eew c tur its te o r t t ct ay e s e l f li ur P al be e w nea ro spa tw inte int urr is a p i t h r c g re c e. e e n r s e e rc h o u n re th c ti an din fle Fi rog th irc u ssio ct e n g g g n a l re s e f r l at n u r b g m e, i i t. i o An arde l y l sion eew ion thro an as t m Lo g e n e a o ay f r u in se i ca f el s , wh din f L s, w om gh r a s, w m i c . st hi s t ich g t os hi on the ru le h ct a fra o a Ang ch is e sp gal u c l a e m r e a ce es c ant les also ce t er y nd th ile ar a a o t spa i e ve c h “p r e i t r e h e c e s r e s d t ec tu p res nex i s e n e r re e n t, a t ” r a c t t a i n ve r t a e h t t r ch , th rou ion and ite e gh of em c t sc t th u u i e r e l p t m e. of ur Lo e s

31

Gallery

+30’

(In progress)

The Los Angeles Museum of Architecture (LAMA) showcases the progression of LA Architecture, chronicling the movements and trends of building designs that has made this iconic city what it is today. The purpose of this museum is to educate people about the importance and social impacts that architectural buildings have on its city and its society. The building itself is a reflection of the site as well as the infrastructure surrounding it. Located within the 101 and 110 freeway interchange, it mimics the floating steel and concrete intersecting masses, while accentuating the contrast between the urban infrastructure and interstitial natural space. Progression through the gallery spaces is a vertical linear circulation from one space to the next, in tandem with the freeways. Finally leading to a cantilevered terrace, the sculpture garden, which frames the “present” architecture of Los Angeles.

Gallery

Parti Diagram


+105’

+89’

Gallery +60’

+36’

Gallery

+30’

Gift shop

+0’

Parking

Parking

Parking

Transversal Section Scale : 1/16" = 1'-0"

Transversal Section 0

30 ft

Physical Model (Made in 1/32” Scale)

Physical Model (Made in 1/64” Scale on the Site)

32


10 1 Fr ee w ay

Outdoor Stage

Outdoor Stage

Auditorium

R

es

tr

o

o

m

Gift Shop

Lobby

11 0 Fr ee w ay

Suns

First Floor Plan

First Floor Plan

33

0

Scale : 1/16" = 1'-0"

30 ft

et Bl

vd.


10 1 Fr ee w ay

Gallery (Changing Exhibition)

R

es

tr

o

o

m

11 0 Fr ee w ay

Gift Shop

et Suns

Fifth Floor Plan

0

Scale : 1/16" = 1'-0"

30 ft

.

N

N

Fifth Floor Plan

B l vd

34


Work Experience “Naghshe keshi memari” 2014

Book Drawings “Naghsheh Keshi Memari” (Architectural Drafting) by Rafael Seddighpour was published in 2014 by the Academic Center for Education for Culture and Research (ACECR) (An Iranian public, non-governmental, higher education institution.) The drawings in this book were done by Tannaz Rouhi with the intention to teach and assist students at the college level to learn and understand architectural drawings (plan, section, elevation, etc.).

35


36


Work Experience Afarinesh Architecture Office 2010-2012

Architectural Drawings The samples of the work which had been done for Afarinesh Architecture Office in Tehran/Iran. Tannaz Rouhi has been cooperated in the process of designing and have done the phase I and phase II drawings by Auto CAD for the office. The plan and section or restrooms are for the Janitor’s Room of Tehran Sofa Company. The resident plan is another project

Restroom Plan 0

Restroom Section (7-7)

37

0

50 cm

50 cm


B

A

D

C

E

140

4

610 135

3

6 149

3

2

360

299

467

8

686

180

5

1

231

M.B.

5

5

361

370

387

239

220

466

1

Residence Plan 0

100 cm

38


The symbol is a combination of the student’s first name spelled in English from left to right (Tannaz) and her full name in Persian from right to left ( ). The symbol was designed in such a way that both spellings would create a connection. Inspiration for this symbol came from a desire to link her past culture, and architectural knowledge from Iran to the studies and the experiences she has and will gain in the United States of America.


Portfolio spring 2018  

Architecture Portfolio

Portfolio spring 2018  

Architecture Portfolio

Advertisement