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Southern California Institute of Architecture

B. ARCH Undergradute Studies Portfolio Selected Work : 2009-2012

Instructor : Devyn Weiser

Instructor : Michael Rotondi & Wes Jones

Instructor : Lise Anne Couture

Instructor : Andrew Atwood

Instructor : Marcelo Spina

D E S I G N DOCUMENTS

FOAM domo

T E C T O N I C

STRANDING

ROBOTIC LAB

M A N I F O L D

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Š2012 All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form without permission of copy right owner(s). Morphologic study / formal exploration

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Current condition in architecture and the issues of growth and shrinking of the, economy, ideology, and the rediscovery of its social conscience is incredibly complex. By deďŹ ning the multiple parallel of crises, modernist movement began with the intent of re-shaping the architectural values of society. Instilling the Utopian sense by improving the livelihood of the people. Synthesizing across multiple disciplines, architecture can be the facilitator of change among large group of people. Tectonic systems have always played a role in the development and implementation of new architectural ideas. With new technology comes new forms and better, stronger, smarter buildings. Stone, concrete, glass, and steel have each had a huge impact on how urban environments develop. In the current world, a static building system even as a symbol should produce morphologically exible and adaptive solutions. Exploration in rational adaptability to object design through computational tools will began to speculate the advantages designing a responsively. Excerpt from thesis research

London, England / Taken 01.28.2012


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MORPHOLOGY

proof of concept exploration in pnuematic structure

EXPLORING THE POTENTIAL GEOMETRIES OF A RIGID FRAME EMBEDDED IN A SOFT ENVELOPE

01.2012 - 04.2012 Using The Fabrication Process As An Architectural Catalyst By Embedding The Fabrication Form-Work Into A Continuous And Connected Part Of The Architectural Form, Rather Than Limit It To A Geometrical Opposite To Be Discarded, Despite enormous effort and expense. Frame

3D Primitive

2D Primitive

Hybrid

1 Rigid

Seam

Smooth

Complex Rigid

Smooth

Rigid

2D Primitive

Complex Rigid

Rigid

Rigid / Smooth

3D Primitive

Hybrid

2 Smooth Line

“Holism” in architecture, a balance, as Greg Lynn Describes it, is the “relationship between massing, structure, envelope, apreatures, and decoration.

In the late 1960’s and ‘70s, these aspects were explored with the new tectonic possibilities offered by penumatic membranes and

External

Rigid Line

Smooth \ Open

Smooth

Rigid

2D Primitive

Closed / Open

Smooth Closed / Open

Rigid / Smooth Closed / Open

3D Primitive

Hybrid

3 Geometry Support

Varying Thickness

Supplemental Geometry

Inbeded / External

Apperatures

Joining Volumes

Varying Thickness / Support

Varying Thickness

Supplemental Geometry

Inbeded / External

Apperatures

Joining Volumes

Varying Thickness / Supplemental

Inbedded / External / Supplemental / Support

Hybrid

4 Rigid / Smooth / Support

Inbedded / External / Support

Unfold

5

FOLD UP A G G R E G AT E D L A R G E SC A L E COMPONENT CONNECTED BY A NETWORK OF EXTERNAL MEMBERS

THE ASSEMBLAGE OF THE PNEUMATIC STRUCTURE CONSIST OF EQUALDISTANT CONNECTION POINTS THROUGH THE VEIN & MEMBRANE

SEAM

EMBEDDED FRAME

SEAM

R1’0” 2’8”

EXTERNAL FRAME

2’8”

R1’0”

2’8”

2’8”

EMBEDDED FRAMES

2’8”

2’8”

R 0’4”

R0’1-1/2”

7’0”

UNFOLD 6’0” TEXTILE 27’6”

FRAME

R1’0”

FRAME R1’0”

55º

28’0”

COMPONENT UNFOLDED

Final Pavilion Design / Perspective Render


Spring 2012 : 5B

8

1

Semester 2

PLAN PERSPECTIVE

TOP FUEL 2012 + PERFORMANCE P N E U M A T I C

3

ELEVATION PERSPECTIVE

Veins are injected with Resin and then the membrane cures to support to structuraly load

Instructor nstructor ELEVATION PERSPECTIVE

Pressurized tanks Are located througout the pneumatic veins cured by resin

DESIGN-BUILD WORKSHOP

MARCH 19-26, 2012

ACHIM MENGES & THOMAS AUER

SCI-Arc + USC School of Architecture

One-week Design-Build Workshop

Institute for Computational Design, Universitat Stuggart

GROUP COMPOSED OF EIGHT UPPDER-DIVISON STUDENTS FROM USC AND SCI-ARC - STUDIED THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PNEUS AND CONSTRAINING

T E N S I L E COMPONENT

VEIN COMPONENT ST R UCTURAL COM P ONENT A G G R E G AT E D O N A F L AT SURFACE. T H R E E D I M E N S I O N A L LY CONNECTED THEN TRANSFORMS

PLAN

F O R C E

FINAL FORM

BASE GEOMETRY

FOLD

SURFACE EDGE

EMBEDDED PRESSURE TUBES

SHEER PRESSURE AIR SUPPORTED

BASE GEOMETRY

MEMBRANE

Transsolar KlimaEngineering

Formed by one or more layers of continuous flexible membranes, structure is then inflated and pressurized by the constant supple of air. The advtange of an air-supported structure is the big-span. The air-supported structure consist of four basic components, nylon, mesh, PVC fabric and inflated balloons.

FOLD

AIR INFLATED The outer shell is composed of over five hundred sewn panels variant in sizes and materials (plastics, mesh, and nylon)

ELEVATION / DRAWING

AGGREGATE GEOMETRY

WITH 3 UNITS AGGREGATED W/ MINOR ADJUSTMENT TO THE PRIMITIVE GEOMETRY

SINGLE COMPONENT MANIPULATED BASED OF RULE SETS TO CREATE GEOMETRY

SINGLE EDGED SURFACE THROUGH FOLDING // EDGE TO MEMBRANE

FABRIC PANELS CLEAR BALLOONS

RIGIDIZED STRUCTURE MIMICS SURFACE

11 SURFACE AGGREGATED TO CREATE OVERLAPS EXPRESSED BY FOLD

NYLON PANELS

MESH PANELS

OPAQUE, SHADING MECHANISM FOR DIRECT SUNLIGHT

TRANSLUCENT LIGHTING QUALITY

TRANSLUCENT // 1

44

DIGITAL MODEL // SECTION

PANELS ARE SEWN TOGETHER

INITIAL STATE

PROTOTYPE // 1

SEAMS IN PANELS ENLARGE TO CREATE “LIGHT BULBS”

PARAMETRIC MODEL

BALLOONS CHANGE SIZE WITH DIFFERENT AMOUNTS OF AIR PRESSURE

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INTERIOR: METALLIC NYLON PANELS

PRESSURIZED SIMULATION

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PVC PANELS

MATERIAL DIFFERENCES

BIGGER PANELS REPLACE 4 SMALL PANELS TO GENERATE LARGER CONCENTRATION OF LIGHT 4 STRUCTURE INFLATED AND SUPPORTED WITH AIR, USING A PVC SHEET TIED TO THE EDGES, CREATING A BOTTOM SURFACE

THE DIFFERENT ITERATION ARE MODELED PARAMETRICALLY AS A REPRESENTATION OF THE PHYSICAL PROTOTYPE. THE PANELS MAY BE ADJUSTED ACCORDING TO THE LAYOUT OF THE GRID AND LIGHT PENETRATION. THE LIGHT SOURCE MAY BE ADJUSTED DEPENDING ON THE LOCATION OF EACH PIECE

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PNEUMATIC PAVILION EL EVAT I O N

THE PAVILION TESTS OUR INFLATION PROCESS WITH A SCALE, SITE, AND PROGRAM. THE SCALE OF A PAVILION CAN BE UNDERSTOOD THROUGH PROTOTYPING MATERIALLY AND PROGRAMMATICALLY. THE ELEMENTS NEEDED TO SUSTAIN THE PROGRAM ARE ATTACHED TO THE SURFACE AS WELL AS ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCE ENHANCING LAYERS.

EL. 50’- 0”

EL.42’- 0”

SHEER PRESSURE

EL. 30’- 0”

EL. 18’- 0”

EL. 10’- 0”

FRONT

EL. 2’- 0”

ELEVATION

EL. 0’- 0”

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EL. 40’- 0”

EL. 30’- 0”

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BACK

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1 12

Semester: UG Thesis

Instructor : Devyn Weiser

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D E T A I L S THE ELEMENTS NEEDED TO SUSTAIN PROGRAM ARE ATTACHED TO THE SURFACE THE RESULT OF THESE EXPERIMENTS IS A HOLISTIC ARCHITECTURE THAT INVERTS THE TYPICAL DESIGN PROCESS. A SOFT STRUCTURAL FRAMEWORK IS EMBEDDED INTO THE ENVELOPE. WHICH IS THEN FOLDED INTO THE MASSING AND RIGIDIZED, PRODUCING A GRADIENT IN THE PROJECT FROM HARD TO SOFT. THE APPLICATION OF THE MEP SYSTEMS BECOMES DECORATION, AND APERTURE IS CHALLENGED ALL TOGETHER AS THE SURFACE IS NEVER PENETRATED BUT LOCALLY MANIPULATED TO FILTER THE DEGREE OF POROSITY. WHEN FABRICATION, MATERIAL PROPERTIES, AND DIGITAL COMPUTATION ARE ALL WOVEN TOGETHER INTO A HOLISTIC DESIGN PROCESS A HOLISTIC ARCHITECTURE EMERGES.

PERSPECTIVE

SERPENTINE GALLERY KENSINGTON GARDENS

SERPENTINE GALLERY KENSINGTON GARDENS

20

36

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P AV I L I O N PROTOTYPE INTERIOR CLOSEUP - ENTRANCE

INTERIOR CLOSEUP - STAIRS / 2ND TIER

Inflatable Prototype / Serpentine Gallery

MEMBRANE STRUCTURE

TYPICALLY CONSTRUCTION PROCESS THE FRAME IS BUILT FIRST THEN THE SKIN IS ATTACHED TO THAT FRAME. FORM IN FORM INVERTS THAT RELATIONSHIP SO THAT THE SKIN IS FIRST AND THE FRAME IS EMBEDDED IN THAT SKIN. THROUGH RIGIDIZATION OF COMPOSITE TEXTILE THE BUILDING FORM EVNELOPE IS BOTH SOFT AND RIGID.

SELF SUPPORTING SYSTEM

TUBING

PIPE CONNECTOR

RESIN NOZZLE

PIPE CLAMPS

RESIN FILTER

DUE TO THE NECESSITY OF CREATING A SELF-SUPPORTING SYSTEM, THAT DOES NOT RELY ON EXISTING INFRUSTRUCTURE EXCEPT FOR RESING ON THE GROUND, THE ARTICULATION OF FOCRES OF THE BASE CURVE FOLLWS STURCTURAL CRITERIA

CONNECTING SHELL

PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS

The conceptual relationship of part to part and part to whole in architecture has an inherent tectonic logic. From the proportion in classical, structure and form in gothic, Corbursiers’ piloti’s the material. “Structure is the determining force” - Greg Lynn “Ideal forms and idealizing” “symmetry was the absence of information” - Gregg Lynn

PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS ARE WELL SUITED TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF HIGHLY ARTICULATED STRUCTURES THAT ARE TRANSPARENT, LIGHTWEIGHT AND RAPIDLY DEPLOYABLE. the PROJECT EXPLORED PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS ON THREE SCALES. SINGLE FOLDS, POINT CONNECTION AND CRIMPING

EL 21’-0”

STAIR CLAMP

FOUNDATION MOUNT

CABLE CLAMP

INDEPENDENT COMPRESSOR

RESIN TANK

ADJUSTABLE FOUNDATION

3

10 9

4 1

ELEVATION

8 EL 14’-0”

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30

2

4

PNEUMATIC MEMBRANE

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11

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EMBEDDED HP-10 PNEUMATIC HYDROSTATIC PUMP PNEUMATIC TUBE CONNECTING TO THE MAIN OUTLET CATWALK FOR PAVILION TIE BACKS STAIRS HINGED ONTO THE FRAME RESISTENCE: HEAT AND PUNCTURE FIBERGLASS VEINS PNEUMATIC PUMPS MEMBRANE CAP STRUCTURAL CLAMP ENTRANCE

2 EL 0’-0”

ELEVATION - EMBEDDED VEINS W/ MEMBRANE

4

2

TRAIN STATION CANOPY

SERPENTINE PAVILION


Spring 2012 : 2GBX

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Instructor : 2GBX

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LIGHTING CONTROL 10Kohm vertical potentiometer RS

160-095

SENSING 50x50mm polarized retro-reflectors RS

265-2754

CONNECTORS + FIXINGS IEC socket PCB chasis snap-fit RS

CONNECTORS + FIXINGS Rubber grommets for cable strain relief RS

2-27

GROUNDER / PODUIUM Tripad footing for machinery RS

2-27

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Semester : UG Thesis

Instructor : Devyn Weiser

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F I N A L P R E S E N TA I O N

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I N S TA L L AT I O N


Spring 2011 : 5A

Semester : Vertical

Instructor : Michael Rotondi + Wes Jones “Yes”

2 20

C O

W O R K

angeles

S P A C E

?

09.2011 - 12.2011

Ready to develop your idea?

?

It was so interesting, I want to visit!

CAST studio space fabrication “Yes”

“No”

rehearsal “Yes”

meeting rooms offices

soundbooth

PUBLIC #1

X

X

Hub programming helps members build ideas from initial concept all the way to scale. Hub staff, members, and partners provide ongoing programming to sharpen every component of an idea for change, and the most important vehicle, the person leading the idea.

?

EVALUATE

“REAL WORLD”

“No”

Do you need more time at HUB-LA? lecture

“Yes”

XI N I T I A T E

entrance to cafe

CAPACITY BUILDING < IDEAL EVOLUTION & THOUGHT LEADERS

Thank you HUB!

studio

DEVELOP

entrance to living spaces

“No”

XB R O A D

sleeping

HUB-ERS

21

Did you listen to HUB-LA’s broadcast?

Would you like to be a guest again?

“Yes”

HUBLLOS

community for purpose-driven people to connect and build Solutions for a better world

“No”

?

meeting rooms 3

recreation

4

?

kitchen/dining

GUESTS

“Yes”

?

“No”

Do you want to join HUB-LA?

PUBLIC #2

“No”

Are you interested in joining HUB-LA? 1

2

INITIATE

entrance to gallery

-meeting rooms -offices -lecture -kitchen/dining -recreation

entrance to broadcast and workspaces

entrance to fabrication

5

HUB-ERS/ GUESTS PUBLIC

DEVELOP -studio space -work shops -meeting rooms -sleeping -lecture

HUB-ERS/ GUESTS

HUB-ERS/ GUESTS PUBLIC

HUB-ERS/ PUBLIC

BROAD CAST -sound booth -studio -lecture -rehearsal

HUB INTERACTION

EVALUATE -meeting rooms -kitchen/dining

Program Layout BROADCAST

work space

NEW HUB MODEL

3 4

ONE TIME PAYMENT $$$

REVISE DEVELOP

INITIATE

BROADCAST WORK SPACE LIVE SPACE CAFE LECTURE OFFICE

HUB

entrance to lecture hall

1

CAFE/ FUNDRAISERS/ EVENTS $$$

6

ADVERTISEMENT ON BROADCAST $$$

BILLBOARDS $$$

BROADCAST

DEVELOP

BROADCAST DEADLINES connection to 1st Street Bridge

FOR PEOPLE TO MEET AND INSPIRE

If ‘HUB-er’ cannot meet the deadline, he/she cannot come back to the HUB until he/she has something to broadcast.

hublets

ADVERTISE IN RADIO

ADVERTISE BILLBOARDS

The average rate for a 0:60 commercial running in Los Angeles, CA is about $ 966.00

In Los Angeles: typical billboard advertisement costs $3,500 - $5,000 / month

REVISE

INITIATE

BROADCAST WORK SPACE LIVE SPACE CAFE LECTURE OFFICE

26 000 SQFT

BEEHIVE

38 000 SQFT

9

700

4 DEVELOP

6

8 000 000 0000

X

INCUBATOR

7

Program Layout / Occupancy

Early diagrammatic plan layout

OUTDOOR SPACE

3 ZONES

INCUBATOR

EVALUATE

8

REC ROOM

OUTDOOR SPACE

X

X

8 000 SQFT

3000

EEPING

1700LECTURE

WORKABLE SQ FT

26 000 26 BEEHIVE

X

X3388 000

EXISTING SITE CONDITION

X ZONE // SQ

X

72 000 SQFT


Spring 2011 : 5A

Semester : Vertical

Instructor : Michael Rotondi + Wes Jones

PROJECT H U B LOSA SCI-Arc 2011 / Jones - Roto Duality

N

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EXTERIOR BILLBOARD FACING COURTYARD INNER STAIRCASE INTERIOR BILLBOARD FACING WORKSPACE WORKSPACE MEETING ROOM INTERIOR BILLBOARD FACING WORKSPACE STRUCTURAL SYSTEM INNER STAIRCASE EXTERIOR BILLBOARD FACING CITY

HUBLOSA

PROJECT H U B LOSA SCI-Arc 2011 / Jones - Roto Duality LED BILLBOARD LIGHTS FIXED WITHIN THE SCAFFOLD OF THE BILLBOARD

BILLBOARD SCALE LAYOUT CORRDINATE SYSTEM SPECIFIES EACH POINT UNIQUELY IN A PLANE WITH SIGNED DISTANCES ACCORDING THE BUILDING FACADE

HEIGHT VARIATION CORRESPONDING TO THE PERIMETER CIRCULATION AND FACADE OF THE BUILDING WITH VARYING HEIGHTS TO GIVE THE USER DEGREES OF ELEVATION CHANGE

EXTENDING CATWALK CIRCULATION ON THE PERIMETER OF THE BILLBOARD

99-0 -0

BILLBOARD-SCALE FIELD

5-0 -

BILLBOARD ADS // SHARE IDEAS 10 0 10-0

25-0

THE BILLBOARD CAN CHANGE FREQUENTLY DEPENDING ON EVENTS OR CURRENT PROJECTS BEING WORKED ON INSIDE THE HUB

HUBLOSA

23 3


Spring 2011 : 5A

2 24

Semester : Vertical LIVING UNITS

Instructor : Michael Rotondi + Wes Jones

LIBRARY KITCHEN / DINING

WORKSPACE B HUBLET ZONE

CIRCULATION

OFFICE SPACE LECTURE HALL

EL 95’-0”

EL 76’-6” EL 72’-0” EL 68’-0”

EL 60’-0”

EL 52’-0”

EL 44’-0”

EL 36’-0”

EL 28’-0”

//hub //hu //h //hublo /hubl hublo ublosa ublo blosa blos losa osa

EL 20’-0”

EL 0’-0”

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TRANSVERSE SECTION A

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- SCI-ARC VERTICAL / DUALITY: JONES, ROTO

LIBRARY KITCHEN / DINING

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- HUB LOS ANGELES

HUBLET ZONE WORKSPACE A

1’0” = 1/16”

WORKSPACE B CONFERENCE ROOM

-

2011

CIRCULATION

EL 95’-0”

EL 76’-6” EL 72’-0” EL 68’-0”

EL 60’-0”

EL 52’-0”

EL 44’-0”

EL 36’-0”

EL 28’-0”

EL 20’-0”

EL 0’-0”

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TRANVERSE SECTION B

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- HUB LOS ANGELES

1’0” = 1/16”

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2011

25 5


Spring 2011 : 5A

Instructor : Michael Rotondi + Wes Jones

Semester : Vertical

2 26

WORKSPACE A HUBLET ZONE

WORKSPACE B CONFERENCE ROOM

WORKSPACE C ROOFTOP

WORKSPACE D ROOFTOP

WORKSPACE C ROOFTOP

MEETING ROOMS WORKSPACE B

EL 95’-0”

asolbuh// EL 76’-6” EL 72’-0” EL 68’-0”

EL 60’-0”

EL 52’-0”

EL 44’-0”

EL 36’-0”

EL 28’-0”

EL 20’-0”

13 EL 0’-0”

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LONGITUDINAL SECTION

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- HUB LOS ANGELES

HUBLOSA

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EAST ELEVATION

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SCI-ARC VERTICAL / DUALITY: JONES, ROTO

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1’0” = 1/32”

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2011

1’0” = 1/16”

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2011

HUBLET ZONE WORKSPACE A

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Fall 2011 : 4B

2 28

Semester : Vertical

L THEffOLD

Use of Script Processing to generate multiple surface overlaps

capture an aspect of artist Jonathan Callan’s work and translate the effect into architectural form. The juxtaposition of the Highline the museum provided a platform to create subjective boundaries

THE NEW WHITNEY MUSEUM

0 1 . 2 0 1 1

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29 9

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1

Layer

2

Early diagrammatic program layout

The Proposal for the new Whitney Museum creates connection for art - a bridge between the museum and the art presented. The building is a rhythmic interplay of light surface and structure, a series of concrete and steel translates into a building that can be momumental but at the same time appear transparent. 3D PRINT PROTOTYPE

TWO ISLOATED PORTIONS ARE CONNECTED TO CREATE BOUNDARIES IN THE ENVELOPE

FRAGMENTED SURFACE BOUNDARIES

THE LAYERS EXPAND AND CONTRACT TO CREATE DIFFERENT GEOMETRIC SPACES

MANY LAYERS, HORIZONTALLY SURFACES AND OR 3 DIMENSIONAL SPACES THAT OVERLAP WITH EACH OTHER SECTIONALLY AND PLAINMETRICALLY IN ORDER TO CREATE LARGER SPACES AND TO CONNCET SPACES. FRAGMENTATION IN THE LAYERS CONSIST OF INCOMPLETE AND ISOLATED PORTION. CERTAIN MOMENT BREAKAGE AND SEPERATION IS IS ALSO APPARENT IN THE BUILDING ENVELOPE.

3 LAYERS COLLAPSE TO CREATE DENSITY AND INTERSTITAL SPACES

AGGREGATE SURFACE

SEPERATION AND BREAKAGE

VOID AND APERATURE IS FORM BY THE TRAVERSE GEOMETRY SURROUNDING THE SPACE

Concrete Misplots Matt Frodsham

FORMED OF SEPERATED LAYERS COLLECTED INTO A WHOLE COLLECTIVELY. THE SURFACE IS READ AS AN ASSEMBLAGE OF PARTS THAT IS REGARDED AS A SINGLE ENTITY. COMPOSING OF A DENSE CLUSTER OF SEPERATE LAYERS, THE SURFACE IS IN CONSTANT NEGOATIATION BETWEEN SMALLER ELEMENTS TO CREAT A LARGER WHOLE WITHIN.

INTERWEAVING VARIOUS LAYERS ENCIRCLES THE SHELL

DOUBLE SURFACE CREATES AN ENVELOPE THAT TRANSLATES FLUID SPATIAL CONDITION

BIFURCATION OF THE LAYERS IN DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS CREATES FLUX VOLUME OF SPACES

LAYER FOLDING ON EACHOTHER INTRODUCES OPENING INSIDE AND OUT

Concrete Misplots Matt Frodsham

FLUX VOLUME / DIMENSION

Concrete Misplots Matt Frodsham

THE CONTINUOUS SURFACE TRAVERSES ITS WAY THROUGH THE ENTIRE BUILDING, SCULPTING DISTINCT SPACES THAT CREATE UNIQUE SPATIAL CONDITION. CERTAIN APERTURES CREATED BY THE SURFACE UNDULATE INTO SLIGHTLY CLAUSTROPHOBIC SPACES WHICH THEN CULMINATE INTO A LARGER, RELIEVED SPACE OF AGGREGATION. THE DIMENSION OF THE SPACES ARE IN CONSTANT FLUXUATION FROM THE LAYERS COLLAPSING AND COMPRESSING AGAINST EACHOTHER.

OVERLAPPING SURFACES CREATE DIFFERENT HEIGHT SPACE

Instructor : Lise Anne Couture

UNDULATION AND OVERLAPPING OF LAYERS ILLUSTRATES INTERSTITIAL SPACE

KEY CONCEPT

Undulating surface treatment / material test

Layer

3

Layer

4


Fall 2011 : 4B

Semester : Vertical

Instructor : Lise Anne Couture

Museum Floor Plan

3 30 0

5

31

10

W 12TH ST

FIRST FLOOR PLAN : 20-0

Surface Animation

1. LANDSCAPE 2. EXHIBITION SUITE 1 3. TEMPORARY EXHIBITION 4. RECEPTION 5. COFFEE - BAR 6. TICKET COUNTER 7. STAFF LOBBY / CONFERENCE 8.ENTRANCE HALL 9. PRIVATE COLLECTION GALLERY

WASHINGTON ST

1 A

2

4 5

7

6

8 1

3 9 A

0

5

GANSERVOORT ST

10

SECOND FLOOR PLAN : 35-0 1. GALLERY 1 2. GALLERY 2 3. GALLERY 3 4. ENTRANCE HALL 6. CONFERENCE ROOM 5. TEMPORARY EXHIBITION 6. BRIDGE TO INTERSTATE 9A

W 12TH ST

WASHINGTON ST

6

3 1

5

5

4

2

GANSERVOORT ST


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EXTERIOR // HIGHLINE ENTRANCE EXTER HIGHLI REMAINS UNALTERED EXCEPT AN ENTRY POINT HIGHLINE THROUGH THE SECOND LEVEL OF THE MUSEUM. THE THROU WALKW WALKWAY IS INACCESSIBLE TO THE MUSEUM AND IS A ROUTE TO THE WEST END OF THE MUSEUM. MAIN ACCESS A WILL ONLY ABLE TO LOOK INTO THE MUSEUMS THE PUBLIC PU BUT TO GAIN ACCESS THEY HAVE TO TRAVEL EAST FACE F BELOW. AT NIGHT THE BUILDING IS COMPLETELY TRANSBELOW PARENT PAREN TO THE PUBLIC WITH WINDOWS ALL ALONG THE EXTERIOR FACE. A PORTION OF SOUTH END OF THE HIGHLINE IS REDESGINED TO ACHIEVE A SENSE OF CHANGE WITHIN THE DESGIN BOUNDARIES OF THE EXISTING HIGHLINES INFRASTRUCBOUND TURE

Semester : Vertical

Instructor : Lise Anne Couture


Fall 2011 : 4B

Semester : Vertical

Instructor : Lise Anne Couture

3 34

EXTERIOR // NORTH FACE URBAN TERRACE DIRECTLY FACING THE HIGHLINE. THE VOIDS CREATED BY THE SURFACE FOLDING ONTO ITSELF CREATING MICRO INHABITABLE SPACES FOR RESTAURANTS,CAFE, LIBRARY AND TEMPORARY GALLERIES.


Fall 2011 : 4B

Semester : Vertical

Instructor : Lise Anne Couture

377

3 36

EXTERIOR // SOUTH FACE FACING GANSEVOORT STREET IS THE SMALLER GALLERIES. THE FORM IS COMPREHENSIBLE AND APPEARS TO DEFY ITS FORM. ITS FORM IS ACTING AS STRUCTURAL MEMBRANE. EXPLODED INTO HOUSANDS OF PIECES AND AT OTHER TIMES TWISTED INTO ONE. BRISE SOLEIL ON THE FACADE CAN CAPTURE NATURAL LIGHTING INTO THE MAIN CIRCULATION HALL OF THE MUSEUM AND ALSO THE SMALLER GALLERY


Fall 2011 : Design Document

Instructor : Scott Uriu

01.2011 - 04.2011

DESIGN DOCUMENT I N T E G R AT I O N S T R A N D I N G

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Exterior Wall Section

Exterior Wall Detail

L Metal Closure Plate Metal Panel System Seperation membrane Zinc standing seam roofing Bituminous surface layer steel gutter Composite Metal Deck 1’ x 1’ Hollow section steel tube

Cover Page

L Metal Closure Plate end lap detail with membrance strip

zinc panels

1’ x2’ Hollow section steel tube Chilled beam

knuckles over bottle capping fixings bottle capping

Gypsum Ceiling

fleece breather layer

vapour barrier Gypsum Ceiling

Steel Decking

insulation

Steel Channel

steel tube

steel decking

Spider Fidding

catwalk A4-1 Elevation

A4-1 Elevation

6” concrete slab 2.28.2011

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EXTERIOR WALL DETAIL

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

A0

Hollywood Homeboy Industries is a live/work opportunity for those of troubled past seeking to become an intergrated and working member of society. The success of this model in downtown has allowed the organization to grow to a new site in Hollywood Site: Barnsdale Park, Hollywood, CA 90027 Parcel Building Size 22,000 Sqf Construction Type: 11B Lot Size: 120,000 Sqf Occupation Type : R.1 Floors : 5 Lot Coverage: 35% F.A.R. : 50% # of Units : 60

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Section

Cost Estimate Elevation

Structural Weld

EL. + 80 - 0

9 EL. +65 - 0

FL. 5

8 EL. + 60 - 0

Cost Chart

FL. 4

Slab + Foundation ____ SF Strutural Steel ____ LF Glass ____ SF Interior Partitions ____ SF Roof / Caldding ____ SF

7

EL. + 45 - 0

EL. + 30 - 0

FL. 3

1

4

6

FL. 2

$150$200$100$10$80-

EL. + 100- 0 2nd FL

5

EL. + 80 - 0

Cladding ________ SF

EL. + 0 - 0

1

1

5

1

3

EL. + 15 - 0

EL. + 40 - 0 1st FL

FL. 1 EL. + 20 - 0

EL. + 0 - 0

2

2

3

2

Ground FL

Structural Steel ________ SF

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

EL. + 20- 0

2 EL. + 10 - 0

3

9” x 18”Welded Steel Tubes Zinc Panel Bituminous surface layer Main bridge to the building Low E Glass Steel tube divider Office Floor

A4-1 Elevation

crete Floor Slab ________ SF

A4-1 Elevation

SCALE : 1/8” = 1’-0”

Glass ________ SF

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Residential Floor 2.28.2011

Work Room

EL. - 20- 0

North Entrance Residential Living Communal Rm Work Rm Atrium Fl Recreational Rm Lobby Main Bridge

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Cost Estimate Diagram A4-1 Elevation

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Site Plan J

K

L

M

N

O

P

Q

R

S

T

EL. + 180- 0

EL. + 200- 0

EL. + 220- 0

EL. + 240- 0

EL. +260- 0

EL. + 280- 0

EL. + 300- 0

EL. + 320- 0

U EL. + 340- 0

I

EL. + 160- 0

H

EL. + 140- 0

G

EL. + 120- 0

EL. + 80- 0

F

EL. + 100- 0

E

EL. + 120- 0

D

EL. + 120- 0

C

EL. + 60 - 0

B

Landscape 69”

78”

EL. + 20 - 0

30”

EL. + 0 - 0

2

EL. + 100- 0

EL. + 0 - 0

A

1

39”

3D Building Chunk 1

ADA Compliance EL. + 40 - 0

1

EL. -40 - 0

EL. + 20 - 0

2 4

1

3

EL. + 40 - 0

4

EL. + 60 - 0

5

EL. + 80- 0

1 2 dn

1

11

up

5 3

Car Path

7

EL. + 120- 0

8

EL. + 120- 0

4

5 8

9

EL. + 100- 0

10

EL. + 120- 0

11

EL. + 140- 0

12

EL. + 160- 0

96”

96”

accessible path way

36”

4

96”

36”

240”

EL. + 100- 0

accessible path way

6

3

accessible path way

2 3

36”

2A 13

36”

3 38

Semester : Applied Studies

Lower Road

6 9

1

7

10

13

EL. + 180- 0

14

EL. + 200- 0

15

EL. + 220- 0

P

EL. + 240- 0

Q

EL. +260- 0

ADA ELEVATOR SCALE 3/8”=1’-0”

2

ADA PARKING SCALE 3/8”=1’-0”

2

11

Balcony

A1 Site Plan

78

EL. + 340- 0

EL. + 320- 0

U

A6 ADA Requirement

30 ”

Balcony

2”

9”

10

13

Bedroom Common Space Exit Stairs Living Room Lobby

36

T

1 2 3 4 5

2

Upper Road

9”

15

EL. + 300- 0

13 14

Metal Panel System Zinc Clip Rigid Insulation W.P.M Steel Gutter Composite Metal Deck Steel tube divider Steel Rebar Low e glass 5” x 3” hollow section steel tube 1’ x1’ hollow section steel tube 6” Composite Metal Deck Radiant Floor Chilled Beam Geothermal Heat Pump Close Loop System Catwalk System

EL. + 280- 0

18

12

14

1 2 2A 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

R

S

A7-1 3-D Chunk

11

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3

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ADA RESTROOM SCALE 3/8”=1’-0”


Fall 2011 : Misconfigures

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FOAM DOMO OMO D APPLIED STUDIES

Semester : Applied Studies

Instructor: Andrew Atwood

01.2011 - 04.2011

Semester: Applied Studies

09.2010-12.2010

m i s c o n f i g u r e s

Fall 2010: Manifold Tectonic

MANIFOLDT TECTONIC TECTONIC M I N I M A L S U F A C E F A B R I C AT I O N

The project was an investigation of minimal surface fabrication through material experimentation with fiber-reinforced concrete. The end resulted in multiple castings of two molds held together with very little structural stability by nuts and bolts

SCI-Arc ROBOT HOUSE Andrew Atwood’s seminar focuses on developing tools and techinques for controlling six-axis robotic arms in increasingly synchronous ways. Introduced to basic principles and techinques of mechatronic control through a series of workshops

Instructor: Marcelo Spina

End Arm tool 2.0

End Arm light pen

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PATH //02 //02 // 02 PATH //03 PATH ////033 PATH ////04 04

End of Tool 3.0

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