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TED BULACLAC

architecture portfolio 2018


CONTENTS

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CV

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GEM

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ENCASED

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MERGE

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ACCESS

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T[H]REE CANOPY

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PIPE UP


TED BULACLAC About

76 Danville Avenue Acton, ON ted.bulaclac@ryerson.ca | +1 (647) 984-8879

Address: Contact:

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ted-bulaclac Portfolio: https://issuu.com/tedbulaclac

Hello! My name is Ted Bulaclac and I recently finished the third year of my undergraduate studies at Ryerson University’s Architectural Science program. I am passionate about architecture and design as I believe that it has a very strong impact on changing the image of a place. I am interested in exploring different aspects of architecture such as concepts, materiality, structures, project management, and sustainability. I like to collaborate with like-minded individuals whom I can share my knowledge with, as well as learn from.

Professional Experience May 2018 - Present

Scotiabank | Real Estate & Design Department | Toronto ON Competition Review Summer Intern • •

Education 2015 - Present

Competitions November 2017

Ryerson University | Toronto ON Bachelor of Architectural Science Co-operative Education Program

Course: Design Studio I, II, III, IV & V • Designed a library (studio I), culinary academy (studio II), a residence for the performing arts (studio III) and a distillery building (studio IV & V) • Produced a schematic design that evolved through design development • Worked collaboratively in groups and performed tasks in a workshare environment such as Revit

WinterStation Competition | Ryerson University Design Team • • •

September 2017

Technical Skills

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A design competition for an outdoor winter pavilion within Ryerson University to select a representative for the WinterStation 2018 competition Contributed to the final design and structural components of the pavilion Created a digital model using Rhino 3D, renderings, diagrams and responsible for the final layout

Timber Fever Design Build Competition •

June 2017

Participated in various projects throughout Canada including renovation of old Scotiabank branches Assisted architects and designers through 3D modeling using Revit and renderings using the Adobe Suite Completed a design report on Scotiabank branches as well as other competition branches

Collaborated with architecture and civil engineering students in the design and construction of a lumber structure for an outdoor reading space Provided excellent support to ensure that everyone worked timely and effectively

Sunbrella | Future of Shade Competition Design Team • • •

A competition to design a shading device that utilizes Sunbrella Fabrics Collaborated with a partner for developing a final design Created a digital model and visual renderings as well as the final layout of the poster

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Rhino 3D V-Ray

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Revit AutoCad

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SketchUp Photoshop

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Illustrator InDesign

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Microsoft Office Model Building


Affiliations 2017 - Present

AIAS | American Institute of Architecture Students Member, Finance Coordinator • •

2017 - 2018

Collaborates with the Treasurer in creating projected budget for the school year Attends meetings with the executive members to discuss the organization’s financial and potential growth opportunities

ACU | Architecture Course Union Mentorship Program Student Mentor • •

Provides guidance and constructive criticisms to the mentees with their studio projects Guides student mentees in understanding key concepts through one-on-one mentorship

Volunteer September 2016

Sukkahville 2016 | Ryerson University Assembly Team • •

May 2016

A design build competition during Sukkot, a Jewish festival, to commemorate the time the Jews spent in the desert Provided support and aid to the design team during the building phase of the project

CANstruction | Ryerson University Assembly Team • •

A design build competition to raise awareness about global hunger issues Helped construct an exhibition made of unopened cans

Work Experience Summer 2017

Agram Meats | Georgetown, Ontario Customer Service Representative • •

2014 - 2016

Took customer orders with high accuracy to ensure that their products arrived on time Received recognition from both co-workers and the customers for excellent work ethic

JFN Enterprise Inc. (Tim Hortons) | Acton, Ontario Customer Service Representative • •

Provided quality customer service in a fast-paced environment Maintained a positive attitude and received recognition for working diligently, during high-volume operations

Achievements January 2018

2018 Collaborative Exercise: DWELL! | Ryerson University

May 2016

CANstruction | People’s Choice Award

2015

Ryerson University Entrance Scholarship

2015

Ontario Scholar | CTK | Christ the King Catholic Secondary High School

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Most Innovative Project

Achieved the most votes on social media Awarded to a student with an average of at least 90% Awarded to a student with a minimum of 80% average in their six best Grade 12 courses

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GEM

winter 2018 academic | integration studio II partner: taylor marshall

The Existing barrel storage warehouse is a historic structure within the distiller y district precinct, and therefore needs to be both respected and restored to its original 1917 image. To achieve this the new structure needs to both compliment and contrast the old from the new. This design approach led to the “Gemâ€? concept. This is done though materiality and form, contrasting the old brick façade with a shiny copper coated steel panel exterior for the new addition. The materials are meant to emphasize the emergence of this new iconic distiller y from the remnants of the old site; like uncovering of an artifact. The new addition was integrated into the old structure with a light gesture. This keeps the integrity of the heritage structure while allowing for a circulation path in which one can experience the joining of the old and the new. It creates a space where the old acts as an architectural feature, acting in the galler y space as artifacts itself.

softwares | Revit, AutoCAD, Illustrator, Photoshop 6


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Existing

Preservation

Additio GROUND FLOOR

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Mill Street

NORTH ELEVATION 8

EAST ELEVATION

Trinity Street

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Entrance Lobby/ Atrium Restaurant Outdoor Patio Kitchen Retail Gallery Space Tasting Area Loading


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Contrast

Attraction

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

The view of the atrium and gallery/ circulation space from the second level

SOUTH ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION 9


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PROGRAM DIAGRAM

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Library Office Classroom Barrel Storage Staff Area

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Bar Distillery Services Gallery Space

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Restaurant Lobby Retail Loading Tasting Area

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Electrical Mechanical General Storage Valve Room Retail Storage

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WOOD FLOOR FINISH

WOOD FLOOR FINISH WOOD FLOOR FINISH

EXISTING BRICKBRICK WALL WALL EXISTING EXISTING BRICK WALL

EXPOSED STEEL STRUCTURE

EXPOSED STEEL STRUCTURE

EXPOSED STEEL STRUCTURE

DIAMOND PATTERN METAL DROP CEILING

DIAMOND PATTERN METAL DROP CEILING

DIAMOND PATTERN METAL DROP CEILING

An atrium was created in the existing tower of the heritage building. Within the tower, along all floor levels are artefacts spaces, which also serve as the main circulation for the building. The old existing facade is supported by new steel structure of the new building, which was exposed to relate to the industrial aspect of the site. To further enhance the relationship between the old and the new, the materials used and the colour pallete is similar to that of the heritage building to complement its vintage aspect.

ARTEFACTS/ ATRIUM An SPACE atrium was created in the existing tower of the heritage building. Within the tower, along all floor levels are artefactsTED spaces, BULACLAC

ASC 620 INTEGRATION STUDIO FINAL PROJECT

ARTEFACTS/ ATRIUM SPACE

ASC 620 INTEGRATION STUDIO FINAL PROJECT

EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC - ATRIUM ARTEFACTS/ ATRIUM SPACE

which also serve as the main circulation for the building. The old existing facade is supported by new steel structure of the new building, which was exposed to relate to the industrial aspect of the site. To further enhance the relationship between the old and the new, materials used and thetower colourofpallete is similar building. to that of the heritage to complement its vintage aspect. spaces, An atrium was the created in the existing the heritage Within the building tower, along all floor levels are artefacts BULACLAC which also serve as the main circulation for the building. The old existing facade is supported by new steel structure TED of the new building, which was exposed to relate to the industrial aspect of the site. To further enhance the relationship between the old and the new, the materials used and the colour pallete is similar to that of the heritage building to complement its vintage aspect.

ASC 620 INTEGRATION STUDIO FINAL PROJECT

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SOUTH - NORTH SECTION 11


Flashing Flashing

Wood Blocking Wood Blocking

Waterproofing Membrane

Waterproofing Membrane

Copper Coated Steel CopperPanel Coated Steel Panel Rigid Insulation Rigid Insulation Batt Insulation Sheathing

Batt Insulation Sheathing

Wood Blocking

Vapour Barrier

Gravel Infill

Vapour Barrier

Rigid Insulation

Rigid Insulation

Protection Board

Wood Blocking Gravel Infill

Wood Blocking

Protection BoardCorrugated Steel Decking

Rigid Insulation

Wood Blocking

Rigid Insulation

Corrugated Steel Decking Vapour Barrier Drop Ceiling Open Web Steel Joist

Vapour Barrier Drop Ceiling

Open Web Steel Joist

PARAPET DETAIL

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RAPET AXONOMETRIC

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UDIO FINAL PROJECT

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

The outdoor patio of the restaurant

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Slab

CURTAIN WALL CURTAIN WALL FIXING BRACKET 1:10 Curtain Wall Fixing Bracket

Double Pane Glazing

Curtain Wall Fixing Bracket

KAWNEER 2500UT Unitized Curtain Wall Mullion

Heating Unit

Heating Unit

Copper Coated Steel Panel Curtain Wall Fixing Bracket

100mm Batt Insulation 100mm Concrete Floor Slab 100mm Concrete Slab

60mm Corrugated Steel Decking

KAWNEER 2500UT Unitized Curtain Wall Mullion

100mm Concrete Slab

KAWNEER 2500UT Unitized Curtain Wall Mullion Drop Ceiling

n Wall system on the West side of the building is structurally supported by the concrete floor slab utilizing curtain wall fixing bracket that is n to the mullions. In order to hide the spaces in between the ceiling and the floor, insulated copper coated panels is used which is fixed on the e copper coated steel panels was used to complement the existing brick veneer of the heritage building.

CURTAIN WALL DETAIL

ED CURTAIN WALL TO SLAB EDGE AXONOMETRIC

DIO FINAL PROJECT

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TED BULACLAC

The Curtain Wall system on the West side of the building is structurally supported by the concrete floor slab utilizing curtain wall fixing clamped on to the mullions. In order to hide the spaces in between the ceiling and the floor, insulated copper coated panels is used whic mullions; the copper coated steel panels was used to complement the existing brick veneer of the heritage building.

SLANTED CURTAIN WALL TO SLAB EDGE AXONOMETRIC

ASC 620 INTEGRATION STUDIO FINAL PROJECT

1:20

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

The interior view of the restaurant

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ENCASED fall 2017 academic | integration studio I

The main concept for this project was inspired by the barrel’s purpose and function in a Distiller y, to store whiskey. The barrel plays an important role in creating high quality alcohol through the process of aging in which the alcohol is stored for a long period of time. I wanted to incorporate the barrel’s function as a container by incorporating solid volumes within the design which acts as “containers” for different programmatic functions; thus the concept of Encased was created. One of the two protruding volumes extrudes towards the West to take advantage of the view of the park adjacent to the building as well as Toronto’s city skyline. The facade of the existing building is preser ved as an architectural feature as well as to respect the integrity of the site which is situated in the Distiller y District. The additional volumes are cladded with copper panels to introduce a more contemporar y element while also complementing the brick cladding of the existing building and the surrounding heritage buildings.

softwares | Revit, AutoCAD, Illustrator, Photoshop 14


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Preservation of the Facade

Protruding Volumes

Trinity Street

Heritage Building

Mill Street

SITE PLAN 16

SCALE 1:1000


Highlighting Distillery

Administration

New Addition and Connection

Quality Equipment Control

3RD

Filtration

Fermentation Museum

Storage

Outdoor Bar

Indoor Bar Student

Outdoor Bar

Staff Experiment

2ND

Distillation

Administration

Quality Equipment Control

Tasting

Filtration

Fermentation Museum

Storage

Outdoor Bar

Indoor Bar Student

Loading

Staff/ Kitchen

Distillery

Outdoor Bar

Staff Experiment

Distillation Tasting

Dining

Loading

Public

Staff/ Kitchen

Loading

Private

Dining Loading

Staff

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Circulation

Bottling

Bottling

Retail

Retail Staff

Dining Raw Material Storage Whiskey Storage

Mechanical Retail Storage

Event Space

Utility Vertical Circulation

Staff

Dining Raw Material Storage

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Whiskey Storage

Mechanical Retail Storage

Event Space

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Staff Locker Room Office / Staff Kitchen Cold Storage Dry Storage Loading Dining

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN 18


EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

The view from the Distillery District

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

A perspective view on the ground floor showcasing the atrium which features the existing facade of the heritage building as an architectural element

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SOUTH ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION 20


SECTION A - A

SECTION B - B 21


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MERGE fall 2016 academic | design studio II

The concept of this design is to create a building that corresponds to the main functions and principles of a culinar y academy as well as incorporating site conditions. The two main functions of a culinar y academy is to educate the students and enhance their abilities through practice. By focusing on these two principle, the idea was to create a building with two volumes in which one volume is dedicated for education and the other dedicated for culinar y practice. After analyzing the site, the two volumes were then separated to create a large atrium space therefore creating a visual connection towards the Keg Mansion which is one of the most important aspects of the site as it is a heritage building. By merging all these elements within the building’s design Merge was created.

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Massing

Keg Mansion Connection

Entrance and O

The Keg Mansion

The Keg Mansion is a heritage building adjacent to the site. The mansion was taken into consideration during the design process in order to respect the integrity of the surrounding context.

Heritage Buildings Open/ Green Space Public Transit Pedestrian

KEY MAP | SITE ANALYSIS

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Bicycle Lane


Outdoor Space

Protrusion and Visual Connection

Final Massing

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

The view of one of the Culinary Labs which gets a lot of natural light filtered by the perforated metal panels thus creating various shadow patterns

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Kitchen

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SECOND FLOOR PLAN

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Auditorium

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Kitchen

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Multipurpose Room

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THIRD FLOOR PLAN

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Classroom

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Seminar Room

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Kitchen Labs

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FOURTH FLOOR PLAN

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Outdoor Patio

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Seminar

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Resource

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Culinary Labs

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SOUTH ELEVATION

SECTION A - A 28


WEST ELEVATION

SECTION B - B 29


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Perforated Metal Panels

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INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

The view on the second level showcasing the atrium as well as the perforated metal panels that creates interesting shadow effects through out the day

EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

The entrance to the Culinary Academy and Restaurant

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ACCESS fall 2016 academic | design studio II

The main concept for this design is to create a building that takes advantage of the site by allowing the people within the building have a visual access of the view anywhere inside it. By playing with various geometries and strategically arranging the space, the guests of the restaurant as well as the people inside the kitchen have an equal visual Access of the lake creating a vibrant atmosphere and allowing natural light to penetrate the building. In addition to having visual access of the lake, the path to the site was also an inspiration during the design process. To get to the site, one must walk on an enclosed path surrounded with large building and trees; the transition from an enclosed space to a wide open space contributed to the layout of the spaces within the building. Guests enter the building through a small corridor and as they walk towards the dining area the space increases and opens up to the lake thus creating visual Access.

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SITE PLAN 34

SCALE 1:1000


Massing

Division of Space

Orientation and Visual Access

Roof Geometry

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Entrance

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Bar

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Washrooms

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Kitchen

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Cold Storage

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Dry Storage

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Office

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Dining Area

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Outdoor Patio

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN 35


EAST ELEVATION

SECTION A - A

SECTION B - B 36

SOUTH ELEVATION


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

The restaurant visually opens up towards the lake allowing visual access to both the guests and the workers within. This also allows more natural light to penetrate the interior thus creating a vibrant atmosphere

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

The view as one enters the restaurant. The ceiling increases in height as one approach the dining space to take advantage of the lakefront view

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T[H]REE CANOPY summer 2017 competition | team: zu ting ( jessica) feng

CONCEPT: Inspired by the structure of palm trees and the shape of banana leaves, T[h]ree Canopy is designed with three large “leaves� that offer shade to occupants of the beach for various activities, whether that be obser ving, conversing, relaxing, playing, or simply seeking shade. T[h]ree Canopy was designed for Woodbine Beach located off of the Ontario Lake coastline in Toronto, Canada. SITE: Woodbine Beach is the largest beach in the city, drawing hundreds of visitors daily in the warmer seasons. The beach has volleyball nets set up on the western end and the sands extend for over 2 kilometres, however, this amicable beach lacks shade. T[h]ree Canopy provides sunshade located at frequent inter vals with three canopies at different heights to increase variation in shadow coverage. The design, modeled after nature, is meant to ser ve as small hubs for users of the beach to utilize and gather around.

softwares | Rhinoceros, V-ray, AutoCAD, Illustrator, Photoshop 38


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SITE PLAN

observe

ELEVATIONS 40

converse

relax

shelter

play


EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

The T[h]ree Canopy provides shading for different types of activities on the beach

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Sunbrella Fabric

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Steel Frame

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Steel Support Bands

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Steel Poles

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Steel Bracing

TOP VIEW

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EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC

DIMENSION 41


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PIPE UP

fall 2017 competition | team: angela chau, zu ting ( jessica) feng

Speak up and make your voice be heard! “Pipe Up!� is an exhibition of inclusivity and diversity, aligned with the values of the City of Toronto and Ryerson University. The rigid exterior depicts the restrictive constraints of traditional society confining individualistic expression. Coloured pipes are used as a playful demonstration of the individual voice, allowing transfer of sound when spoken into. Intermittent openings and increased spacing of the planks towards the top of the structure allows the colourful pipes to peek through, inviting onlookers to enter and engage the exhibition. The dark finish of the exterior offers a stark contrast against a winter landscape, whereas intertwining of the pipes creates a riot of colour on the inside.

softwares | Rhinoceros, V-ray, AutoCAD, Illustrator, Photoshop 42


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INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

The pipes within the pavilion creates an explosion of colour which contrasts the dark exterior

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PLAN

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SECTION

EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC

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PVC Pipes

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Mesh

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Wood Frame Structure

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Life Guard Stand

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Wood Planks

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TED BULACLAC Address: Contact: LinkedIn: Portfolio:

76 Danville Avenue Acton, ON ted.bulaclac@ryerson.ca | +1 (647) 984-8879 https://www.linkedin.com/in/ted-bulaclac https://issuu.com/tedbulaclac

and I am currently in third year of my undergraduate studies at Ryerson e program. I am passionate about architecture and design as I believe that changing the image of a place.

Ted Bulaclac Architecture Portfolio 2018  
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