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DESIGN PORTFOLIO 2010-2013 academic + Professional

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WHAT IF A PROPOSAL TO DESIGN AND ACHIEVE RESILENCEY IN AN URBANIZED SHORE CONDITION THROUGH A NEW TYPOLOGY

PROPOSED MIDRISE

PROPOSED MIX USE

PROPOSED DOWNTOWN RETAIL EXT. JSPAC

EXISTING SITE PLAN SCALE: 1/64” = 1’

PROPOSED SITE PLAN SCALE: 1/64” = 1’


NO

RM ATI V

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STRUCTURAL COMPONENT ISOMETRIC VIEW

RES

SIVE 3

16’ X 40’ DOUBLE TEE 2

NO

RM ATI V

BEAM TO SUPPORT MULTIPLE DOUBLE TEES

EXP

E

EXP

RES

SIVE

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PRECAST COLUMN HOLLOW CORE CONCRETE SLAB PROPOSED TYPICAL PANEL

SYSTEM COMPONENT ISOMETRIC VIEW SPRINKLER ELECTRICAL

500 YEAR FLOOD

PERFORATED METAL COVER LIGHT FIXTURE THAT FITS IN SLOT

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UP

UP

MEETING ROOM

MEETING ROOM

MEETING ROOM

MEETING ROOM

COMMUNITY FITNESS ROOM

COMMUNITY FITNESS ROOM

COMMUNITY FITNESS ROOM

MEETING ROOM

MEETING ROOM

MEETING ROOM

MEETING ROOM

RESOURCE ROOM

RESOURCE ROOM

73 CARS SCALE: 1/8” = 1’

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RESOURCE ROOM

UP

UP

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73 CARS SCALE: 1/8” = 1’

163 CARS SCALE: 1/8” = 1’

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163 CARS SCALE: 1/8” = 1’


ORGANIZED TRANSPARENCY WAS MY INITIAL STUDY THAT WAS UNDERTAKEN IN PHYSICAL FORM. THE IDEAS THAT I LEARNED IN THIS STUDY I APPLIED TO MY PANEL DESIGN BY CREATING ORGANIZED PERFORATIONS IN THE PANEL. THESE WOULD ALLOW SUNLIGHT IN DURING THE DAY IN AN AMBIENT FORM AND WOULD ALLOW LIGHT OUT DURING NIGHT IN A HIGHLY PATTERNED FORM. THE LIGHT OUT COULD COME PRIMARILY FROM CAR HEAD LIGHTS AND OFFICES IN THE OEM OFFICE.

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PANEL

SCALE AT 6” = 1’

EACH PANEL COULD BE CUSTOMIZED BUT WOULD USE THE SAME FORM, ITS LENGTH WOULD BE DETERMINED BY THE ARCHITECT AND THE MOLD WOULD BE SHORTENED AT THE FACTORY.

PLUMBING PLUG SCALE 6” = 1’ 2

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STAINLESS STEEL PIECE SCALE: NTS

ALL PLANS AT 1/2” = 1’

ROOFTOP RESTURANT PARKING LEVELS OEM DRC/ BASKETBALL CT. COMMUNITY MEETING AREAS COMMUNITY FITNESS AREAS RETAIL BAYS

PROGRAM SECTION SCALE 1/8” = 1’

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NEWARK AGEING IN PLACE HOUSING FALL 2012 6

~14 ACRE SITE 642 UNITS 156: STUDIO 273: 1 BEDROOM 184: 2 BED ROOM 29: 3 BED ROOM

THE ULTIMATE EXPANSION

Thesis: To create a community that does not discriminate how one uses or experiences it by their physical condition. In this community all spaces will be universally designed. The mobility of all types of people shall be considered and the journeys the take celebrated, and pushed beyond the typical “industry standards”

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THE UNITS ARE RAMPED IN BOTH FLOOR AND CEILING ALL UNITS START WITH THE SAME ENTRY HEIGHTS THE UNITS ALTERNATE BETWEEN COMPRESSING AND EXPANDING WHEN A UNIT COMPRESSES IT GETS LARGER WINDOWS WHEN A UNIT EXPANDS IT GETS SMALLER WINDOWS BUT APPROXIMATELY THE SAME AREA OF FENESTRATION UNITS IN THE TOWER THAT COMPRESS GET BALCONY SPACE THE COMPRESSION OF THE UNIT PUSHES THE OCCUPANT OUT ONTO THE Balcony AND INTO

UNIT SECTION

1 MID-RISE “POD” PLAN SCALE: 1/32 “= 1’

1 MID-RISE “POD” PLAN SCALE: 1/8 “= 1’

NEWARK AGEING IN PLACE HOUSING FALL 2012

UNIT CONCEPT:

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NEWARK EDGE HOUSING FALL 2011

NEWARK EDGE HOUSING FLOORS: 9 RESIDENTIAL FLOORS: 8 UNITS: 128 UNIT MIX 1 BEDROOM: 56 UNITS = 43.75% 2 BEDROOM: 40 UNITS = 31.25% 3 BEDROOM: 32 UNITS = 25%

DISCOVER WHAT COPOSES THE PROBLEM START WITH THE CITY

T A L L B U I L D I N G S

O B S T R U C T E D V I E W

A T L A N T I C S T R E E T

M Y B U I L D I N G

V I E W S

C O U R T Y O A F R D

N Y C

USE THAT AS MODULE

INVESTIGATE PEOPLES NEGATIVE IMAGES OF CITY

C I R C U L A T I O N

U N I T S

VIEWS TO COURT YARD AND NYC

TALL BUILDINGS SEE BUILDING BEING LIVED IN

C I R C U L A T I O N

U N I T S RESIDENTS CAN LOOK INTO THE COMMUNAL SPACE OF THE BUILDING

TRAVIS NEW CRITIC: LARRY SASSI

The Newark Edge Housing Project was my Studio 3 final project, it consisted of master planning an under used parcel of land in a group setting. After the master plan was completed each group member was responsible for developing an individual piece of the plan. The concept that drove my groups master plan was a module, the size of the module was the same as a shipping container so that our project would be remincient of the Passic River’s industrial past present and future. My individual project was a single loaded corridor 9 story structure that embraced a light rail station on the site.

1 Bedroom

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SITE RESPONSE

2 Bedroom

3 Bedroom


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NEWARK EDGE HOUSING FALL 2011


IRONBOUND BRANCH LIBRARY SPRING 2012 10

Ironbound Branch Library The Ironbound Branch Library project was an exercise that tested the students ability to design a small scale public structure on a dense urban site. My project’s concept came from the idea that the traditonal ways of learning should be separated from untraditonal ways and that the architecture of the structure should reflect that.

traditional vs. untraditional stacks librarians reading rooms study rooms community rooms quite rooms ms/mac computers

childrens room galleries linux computers

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DIVIDE INTO 2 WINGS 1. TRADITIONAL 2. UNTRADITIONAL

Site Plan

First fl. Plan


LIFT THE UNTRADITIONAL WING TO PROVIDE SHELTERED AREA FOR READING, AND TO STAY WITH IN ZONING

TRIM TRADITIONAL VOLUME TO ALLOW MORE LIGHT TO HIT THE UNTRADITIONAL VOLUME

IRONBOUND BRANCH LIBRARY SPRING 2012

KICK OUT THE UNTRADITIONAL WING TO ALLOW MORE LIGHT IN

North Elev.

East Elev.

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ARTIST IN RESIDENCE, STORM KING, NY FALL 2010 12

Storm King Artist in Residence The artist in residence project was my first studio final in my second year of architectural school. The project consisted of an artist’s residence and a gallery space to view sculpture art. The approach I took to make my project unique was to peel away the site slope to create a valley in which one could view the art from an upper angle and then move through the art to experience how the artist originally intended.


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ARTIST IN RESIDENCE, STORM KING, NY FALL 2010


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