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Of course, the pattern languages in each mind are evolving all the time, as each person’s experience grows. But at the particular moment he has to make a design, he relies entirely on the pattern language he happens to have accumulated up until that moment. His act of design, whether humble, or gigantically complex, is governed entirely by the patterns he has in his mind at that moment, and his abilities to combine these patterns to form a new design. Christopher Alexander Of Course, ...

Christopher Alexander


ARCHITECTURE1 GRAPHIC DESIGN2 DRAWING3


T ARCHITECTURE 1 a contents a NEGATIVE SPACE 1 r i SECURITY SYSTEMS 2 n t RECORDING DEVICE 3 s INFORMATION KIOSK 4 e v ICEMELTING DEVICE 5 a PARK AVE CLIMATE 6 T a M A RKET IN HARLEM 7 t i NYC MAP EXHIBITION 8 a COMMUNITY CENTER 9 n a


T a t a project 1. NEGATIVE SPACE i n t s e v a T a McKinley Park, Brooklyn t i a n a Instructor: Todd Rouhe


Two Surfaces + Body Curve = Negative Space

12”

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Project 1


T a t a project 2. SECURITY SYSTEMS i n t s e v a T Seagram Plaza a t i a n a Instructor: Todd Rouhe


Objective

to see how people’s behavior is affected by surveillance

Experiment: An actor would perform as a guard on site,operating in the area of a student’s installation project.

Actor: Tatiana Tatarintseva Collaborator: Chester Dols (balloons installation project)

What makes you a guard on site?

Formal dress/ uniform Established route with regular stops

Performance: Surveillance Eye contact Observation Presence Control

SECURITY


1.Guard-off-site 2.Guard-on-site

Experiment

Analysis

Establish eye contact

People avoid balloons

Touch balloons

Move right through

Project 2


Proposition

People modify their behavior in public. When people believe they are being watched they become more judgemental of their own and other’s behavior. This is due to the fact that surveillance cues most likely affect the perception of moral norms. The idea of this project is to enhance the surveillance on the site but not by the means of policing the area with more cameras. This Project creates a surveillance cue which would trigger unconscious response in people inhabiting the site so to modify their behavior by the fact that they are being observed.

increasing surveillance

Surveillance cue: reflective surface

the observer the observed

Park ave


Installation

This more subtle than cameras installation solution involves activation of internal concepts of morality and makes people behave according to them rather than according to the imposed law enforcement system. This solution does not divide site users into those who are being observed and the police. Any person may both be observed and be observing others. In this sense the project is liberating rather than imprisoning the experience.

Project 2


T a t a project 3. RECORDING DEVICE i n t s e v a US Steel Building T a t i a n a Instructor: Nicole Robertson


Pathsfinder

Info recorded on site 1

Weekday Weekend

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Weekday Weekend

3

Weekday Broadway Liberty St


Models Extruded from the Recorded Info 1

Weekend

Weekday

2

Weekend

Weekday

3

Liberty St

Broadway

Project 3


How Great is the Stress on Public Space? How Much Space We Don’t Use?

Can We Use Space Otherwise?

Weekd ay- Weekend Usag e Combo Model

Habitual Public Space Usage Materialized


Public Space Usage Relief Strategy

To Organize Habitual Usage of Space In order to relief the stress on public space and define new ways of using the space.

Habitual

Potential

Project 3


T a t a project4. INFORMATION KIOSK i n t s e v a T a US Steel Building t i a n a Instructor: N.Robertson


Small Plaza Observations and Analysis

Empty

Not used

Broadway

Enhancing Traffic Volume on the Site

Liberty

1.Information Screens 2. Additional stairs


Information Screens Tes t The test is performed to define the optimal position of the screens to provide the maximum of info to as much pedestrians as possible

Project 4


Information Kiosk Assemblage

Stage 1

Stage 2

Stage 3

info counter

info info

Stage 4


Availability of Visual Information

Information

I need info

I got the info

I don’t need info

Project 4


T a t a project 5. ICEMELTING DEVICE i n t s e v a T Diana Center, Columbia a t i a n a Instructor: K.Fairbanks


Apparatus and Hypothesis Water Tray Ice Cube

How It Will Work:


Hypothesis Test 9 am

10 am

11.25 am

Solid

Half Solid

Gone

Project 5


T a t a project 6. PARK AVE CLIMATE i n t s e v a T Park Ave Median a t i a n a Instructor: K.Fairbanks


Park Avenue Median Intervention

Energy Distribution E 53 st

E 52 st

Before Intervention

Summer Condition

Pool Active

Tropical Garden

Winter Condition Winter Screen

Deep End Only

After Intervention


Summer Condition

Park Ave Pavil lio n This project uses refractive properties of water. Special acrylic panels with sealed-in water are installed above the pool level. Their position is adjusted according to sun elevation angle in order to capture the maximum amount of sunlight. Heliotropic mechanisms are a possible solution for adjustment of panels’ angle. The water sealed in the panels refracts the light and focuses it onto the pool at the lower level. The pool heats up and refracts the light further down to the tropical garden at the street level. In the summer the minimum number of panels with sealed-in water is running, the main pool is active, small pools are empty and used as seating areas. Sides are open and not screened.

Exposed Interior

1” : 40’

Ground Level

Project 6


Wi nte r C ondition

1” : 40’

Pool Level


Winter Condition

Park Ave Pavil lio n

All of the water panels are active and refract sunlight. Deep-ends of the pools are filled with water to refract more light onto the lower level. The additional winter screening is used. The NYC Steam system and captured from the subway exhausts may be used to maintain warm temperatures inside the pavillion.

Project 6


T a t a project 7. NEW HARLEM MARKET i n t s e v a T Park Ave and 116th a t i a n a Instructor: Janette Kim


Distribution

Program

ave Park

115th

116th

Distribution Network

New Market NOFA Farms

K

Independent Kitchen

The Fresh Produce would be delivered by NOFA via Metro North or Truck Logistics. the goods would be kept in the refrigerator chambers or in the ripening rooms. From there fresh produce would go to the retail store,community kitchen and to the eat-in restaurant located within the New Market


New Fresh Produce Market in Harlem

Spatial Organizat ion

Bending curve is the main element of spatial organization in the market place. The moment when the wall bends and curves itself and becomes the floor or the ramp engenders different spaces inside and outside the curve. Those can be used for seating and storage.

115th

Pa

rk

av e

116th

Project 7


La Marqueta Train Unload Hydraulic Platform

Refrigerator unload area

S1

Truck Unload Hydraulic Platform

P1

Hydraulic Platform

115th Restaurant

Office


Unfolds

Retail Transition

116th

Community kitchen

Ripening rooms

Project 7


T a t a project 8. NYC MAPS EXHIBIT i n t s e v a T a t A Room with Skylight i a n a Instructor: David Smiley


Exhibition Hall: One 1815 NYC Map a Day

Bending the NYC grid

1815

2011

Credit: Brian Greene “The Elegant Universe”

Skylight

Floor


Map Exhibition Hall

A map to be displayed takes its position on the skylight tracks of 1815 NYC grid. The contemporary grid on the floor is situated in such a way so its orientation corresponds to the skylight grid. Thus the displayed map has two geographical references:1815 on the skylight grid and contemporary on the floor grid. Hence the viewer may enjoy the artifact and at the same time be aware of what part of the city the map displays without reading the map key.

The Blue Book Map Sample, 1815

NYC Contemporary Grid. Floor Detail

Project 8


T a t a project 9.COMMUNITY CENTER i n t s e v a T a Lower East Side, NYC t i a n a Instructor: Mark Kroeckel


The Site

s2

s1

pike st

1� : 80’

s2

s1

division st

east broadway

Program Distribution

service desk library stacks internal bike parking external bike parking bike shop interior cafe exterior cafe interior waiting book store tickets admin offices auditorium/ theatre class room reading room exhibition space gallery extra program circulation service exterior waiting van loading bus loading


Community Center for Lower East Side

Exterior

Interior

In the Context

Project 9


D raw ing the Curves


Modelling the Curves in 3D

Main Floor Curves from the 3D model of the Community Center for LES

Further Exploration of the Curve

The Community Center should host a vast program range on a small lot. The Bending Curve is viewed as a means of enhancing the spatial complexity in response to programmatic load

Exposed Interior

Project 9


T 2 GRAPHIC DESIGN a contents a r BARCODE DESIGN 1 i n HEY TAXI! 2 t FINGERPRINTS 3 s e GRADATION 4 v a BOOK COVER 5 T LINE RECYCLING 6 a t i a n a


BARCODE DESIGN Instructor: Judith Wilde

The UPC mark is one of the most widely used symbols in the world appearing on packaged goods, magazines, paperback books and other mass produced products. Yet this image seen so frequently is often is not seen at all. With this in mind, the UPC symbol is redesigned and made visible by interpreting it as a personal, political or social statement. There were no limitations on medium or color

Fine Point Pen, Paper 11x17


HEY TAXI! Instructor: Judith Wilde

Taxi cab theme interpreted by the designer may become a vehicle to express the subjects prevailing in New York City such as traffic, overcrowding, noise, hostility, pollution, diversity and solitude. To best express the concepts its important to combine the yellow and black checkered taxi cab with other design principles like: scale, contrast, pattern, rhythm, composition, shape, texture, color, line, overlapping, perspective, cropping and negative-positive relationships.

Fine Point Pen, Paper 11x17


traffic, overcrowding

noise, hostility

pollution

consumption

diversity

solitude


FINGERPRINTS DESIGN Instructor: Valerie Sokolova

Negative Space is usually defined as the space between objects or subjects of an image. Sometimes negative space is more interesting than the objects, which form it. In this case it may become the focus of an artist and the key element of the artistic composition. The objective of the exercise is to create interesting negative space with cut in small squares and then pasted together fingerprints. Then this negative space should be used as an inspiration for a graphic image. Fingerprints collage, 7X7 Fine Point Pen, Paper 7X7


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GRADATION Instructor: Valerie Sokolova

Have you ever tried to make a triangle out of square? Or apple out of pear? You don’t have to be a wizard or possess certain magical powers to achieve this. For this you have to be a graphic artist with a keen eye. There are several ways in which an artist can achieve the magical transformation of one object into another. One of them is a several step gradation exercise: addition, subtraction, zooming, adjusting negative-positive relationship, etc. Keeping those methods in mind an artist may create not only an interesting visual range but also a story with morals.

Fine Point Pen, Paper 11x17


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BOOK COVER Instructor: Madeline Sorel

To design the book cover a designer should experience it through the eyes of the main character. She has to grow up with him and to understand his life at the other side of the world. She needs to read the book. The Kite Runner is a novel by Khaled Hosseini. Published in 2003 by Riverhead Books

Graphite Pencil, Paper 11x17


LINE RECYCLING Instructor: Valerie Sokolova

Even though the notion of the straight line was introduced by ancient mathematicians designers have been reinventing the line ever since. They have been recycling already designed lines in order to use them in new projects and create genuine and original drawings. They manipulated line weights, styles and color. It is a fascinating task to search through piles of magazines, hunting down already executed lines and use them for the design and then translate this line design into a drawing.

Line Collage on Paper 8.5x11 Fine Point Pen, Paper 8.5X11


Art Gallery Award for Excellence in Graphic Design 2007 Kingsborough Community College


T 3 DRAWING a contents a r COLOR CHART 1 i STILL LIFE 2 n t LERNER HALL 3 s STUDIO 4 e v CHURCH IN KIZHI 5 a T METAPHOR 6 a MOVIE POSTER 7 t i MOVIE POSTER 8 a n a


COLOR CHART Instructor: Anthony Padovano

Acrylic, Bristol 17x17


STILL LIFE Instructor: Halsey Rodman

Ink, Paper 17x24


ALFRED LERNER HALL En Plein Air,Columbia University Campus Instructor: Colin D. Hunt

Charcoal, Paper 15x24


STUDIO AT LEWISOHN HALL Columbia University Campus Instructor: Halsey Rodman

Graphite Pencil, Paper 18x24


CHURCH IN KIZHI Lake Onega, Karelia, Russia

Watercolor Pencil, Paper 20x18


METAPHOR Instructor: Colin D. Hunt

Watercolor Pencil, Paper 20x18


MOVIE POSTER: SUSPENCE Instructor: Colin D. Hunt

Watercolor Pencil, Paper 18x24 Credit: Bruce Williams Claudia Reclining


MOVIE POSTER: ROMANCE Instructor: Colin D. Hunt

Watercolor Pencil, Paper 18x24 Credit: Bruce Williams Claudia Reclining


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