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PORTFOLIO architecture

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design


& presence. collaboration with latoya & danielle janicas. photograph. laser cut wood, metal rods and fastenings. 2015.

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CONTENTS superLot

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lost villages

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over the ruins

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temptation

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hintonburg gardens

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lifted community

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hide and reveal

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cims research

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architectural artwork+ photography

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SUPER LOT PROGRAM TYPE SITE YEAR INSTRUCTOR

Rail Deck Park + Development Urban Planning Toronto, Ontario Fall 2016, M. Arch Studio 3 Michael Piper

Collaboration with Sasha McWilliam, Yueyi Li, Chaoyi Choi The City of Toronto announces proposes a new city park to be built over the railway corridor between Blue Jays Way and Bathurst street. This park would provide much needed public amenities and green space for both for City Place and a new development between Bathurst and Spadina Street. However, the City of Toronto does not have the funds to build the park all at once and therefore the recommended solution for this problem is the ‘SuperLot.’ The SuperLot, proposes an incremental approach that allows the park to be built in a series of phases. The developer purchases alot which includes a portion of the rail deck so that the new development is built in conjunction with a new public park. This allows flexibility within the lot and allows each park and parcel to take on its own character, creating a community and variation of programs and park, similarly to how Toronto is represented as a whole. The designs proposed in this scheme are one out of many variations these lots can take shape.

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concept

The main strategy for the site is to parcelize the rail deck and the developable land into vertical strips (SuperLot). This allows the park and development to be constructed in phases over a longer period of time. The SuperLot is plot of developable land and rail deck park that is to be sold to the developer, where the he or she is responsible for building the portion of the park in conjuction with their proposed development.

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Super Lot

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components of a ‘superlot’

Each strip depending on its location in the devlopable area has a set of rules and guidelines to follow. Each lot has program restrictions, height restrictions, as well as the base rules shown in the diagram below:

super lot

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setback

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access coordinated with private easement public parcel

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Ampitheatre ampitheatre

Skating skating Rink rink

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Water Feature water feature

Tree Array tree array

POP UP pop Retails -up retail

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community Community Garden garden children’s Children’s Playground playground

Skating Parkskate park

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extended Extending Podium podium

Garden

garden

Market

market

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ramp

Long Ramp connecting civic Connecting Civic Facilities facilities Recreationrecreation Area

exhibition

Exhibition Square

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LOST VILLAGES PROGRAM Cafe and Gallery TYPE Cultural SITE Long Sault, Ontario YEAR Winter 2016, M. Arch Studio 1 INSTRUCTOR Jay Pooley The Lost Villages Museum is based on the displacement and widening of the Saint Lawrence Seaway. The villages underwent major infrastructure changes and homes and other buildings were moved to other villages nearby. The buildings located in Long Sault are fragments from the villages that once existed. The addition to the museum are a series of submerged outdoor passageways and casts of important buildings that were located along the river. The inversion of the buildings allow vistors to experience the absence, contrasting the existing buidings. The submerged paths open to sunken courtyards that allow for outdoor artist exhibitions and events.

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1 entrance 2 corn crib 3 lobby 4 barber shop + general store 5 gallery space 6 artist studio 7 log house 8 auditorium 9 artist studio 10 school house

11 gallery space 12 sandstone church 13 artist studio 14 driveshed 15 gallery space 16 memorial reading room 17 artist residences

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ARCHIVE/ LIBRARY

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1:200 SECTION

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ENTRY LOBBY

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GALLERY

GALLERY/ CAFE

ARTIST STUDIO

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OVER THE RUINS PROGRAM Cafe and Gallery TYPE Cultural SITE Plondiv, Bulgaria YEAR Fall 2015, M. Arch Studio 1 INSTRUCTOR Zachary Hinchliffe Over the Ruins, is a Cafe and Gallery that is situated over a Roman Forum. The project uses a module that spans over the entire site, as well as create structural support and enclosure. The design strategy was to have a relationship with the existing ruins below. Therefore, the strategy was to connect either end of the site with a pedestrian bridge with the cafe and gallery on the ends. This creates easy access for the visitors and allows for individuals to access the ruins. The bridge acts as a main circulation spine of the entire site, thus connecting the cafe, gallery, and ruins at different points. The bridge is shaped into an slight arc in order to have a presence from the street. The roof structure is modeled on a saddle curve opening up to either end of the site. As one walks along the bridge, there is a moment of compression and it opens back up again.

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1 bird’s eye view of cafe and gallery 2 ground floor plan 3 view from main floor plan of cafe and gallery spaces

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PROGRAM CLASS SITE YEAR INSTRUCTOR

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TEMPTATION Theatre Set Design Intermediate Computer Applications Four Seasons, Toronto, ON Fall 2016 Ultan Byrne

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Design collaboration with Grace Chang and Sasha McWilliam

The Magic Flute, composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart plays on the theme of the temptation, the allure of the darkness that lives within us all. Temptation, the inclination to sin, that can make one justify actions that are morally wrong or to trade one’s values for fulfillment of a desire. Its physical manifestation is alluring, beautiful, powerful, but there is always something off,something ugly and disturbing that makes one feel on edge and if given into often turns to guilt.

The stage set for the production of the Magic Flute, at the Four Seasons Theatre in Toronto,is a representation of this darkness. Tamino, the main protagonist, is tested through a series of trials that test his resolve, his love for Pamina and his quest for truth.

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The set piece embraces the stage, encircling the characters, as if probing for weaknesses and seekingtheir darkest desires. It’s layout references the ‘glacis’ around old Vienna, on which the original operahouse was located. The ‘branches’ of the set piece emerge from the figure ground as thick members tapering and attracting to one another as they reach skyward. Thus insinuating the penetrative nature of temptation that permeates into the psyche of the characters as well as the audience members.


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HINTONBURG GARDENS PROGRAM TYPE SITE YEAR INSTRUCTOR

Multi-Unit Residential Housing Ottawa, Ontario Fall 2014, Studio 6 Honorata Pi’enkowska

Site design collaboration with Estefania Reyes and Melanie Nunez Hintonburg Gardens focuses on the slow food movement. Slow food is an alternate to fast and commercial foods; it encourages the farming of plants and seeds. It teaches one to return to a healthier lifestyle by cultivating fruits and vegetables without chemicals or genetically modified ingredients that are currently present in foods today. The prototype community focuses on growing and selling organic foods. This is achieved by providing a communal greenhouse and gardens on the roof top, as well as a local farmer’s market along Somerset Street. The green ramp with the urban landscape creates a hybrid and flexible architecture that enhances the community, benefits the neighborhood for a variety of social interactions. The urban strategy of the community is to keep with the existing urban fabric. This is achieved by providing commercial on Somerset, town homes on Bayswater, and multi-residential complex on Wellington Street West.

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a courtyard space in the middle. the

wellington street w. and townhouses

located in the middle of the courtyard.

is located along somerset street. the

public as well as the commercial

openings between each block creates an entrance into the courtyard. the tip

are located on bayswater. commercial

of the site is opened to create a public

commercial is on the first two levels

plaza

and residential flats are placed on top.

it is accessible to the residents, the

businesses. a green ramp runs through the site and acts as an entrance to the green community.

amenity proximity

block circulation

park and bike paths

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two bedroom floor plan

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roof garden

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vegetation growing medium root barrier dimpled drainage board semi-rigid insulation roof membrane concrete roof deck

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Detail Title:

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Section Detail at Typical Exterior Wall at Ground Floor and Foundation Wall

Project number: Date: Drawn by: Scale:

14001 12/02/2014 CK, VB, VL 1:5

Detail No.: COURTNEY KLEIN,VANNARY LYBOUN, VICTORIA BENNETT

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COMPOSITE CONSTRUCTION NOTES TYPICAL EXTERIOR WALL CONSTRUCTION:

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57 x 194 x 92 Clay Face Brick (Brampton Brick, Shelby Modular Brick) 50 Air Space 76 Rigid Mineral Fiber Insulation Sheathing Board (Roxul ComfortBoard IS)................…..............................................................THERMAL BARRIER 1 Self-Adhesive Air And Moisture Barrier Membrane (Henry, Blueskin SA)………………………..….................................AIR & MOISTURE BARRIER 13 Glass Mat Faced Exterior Board Gypsum Sheathing (Georgia-Pacific, DensGlass Gold) 34 x 152 Steel Studs @ 400 O.C. (ClarkDietrich, ProSTUD 20) THERMAL BARRIER 150 Mineral Fiber Insulation (Roxul ComfortBatt)……………………………………………................................................................ 13 Gypsum Board (Georgia-Pacific, ToughRock® Gypsum Board). VAPOUR BARRIER Paint on Latex Primer (Glidden Professional, Vapour Barrier Interior Primer Sealer)……….……..................................................... Paint on Interior Latex Finish (Glidden Professional, Interior Latex Eggshell) RADIANT BARRIER Spray or Paint on Low Emissivity Radiant Barrier (Henry, LiquidFoil™ Attic Barrier)………..…........................................................

TYPICAL GROUND FLOOR CONSTRUCTION:

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- 200 Reinforced Concrete…………………………………………………………………………..……………….………................................... AIR BARRIER - 19 Tongue and Groove Plywood Floor Sheathing.………………………………………………………………....................................VAPOUR BARRIER - 19 Tongue and Groove Solid Hardwood Oak Complete with Finish (Silverwood Flooring and Interiors, Red Oak Coffee)

TYPICAL ABOVE GRADE FOUNDATION WALL CONSTRUCTION:

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6 Portland Cement Parging (Quikrete, Water Resistant Parging Mix) 6 Galvanized Steel Lath Complete with Galvanized Drilled Concrete Screws and Washers (Cemco, Self-Furred Metal Lath [Dimpled]) 76 Rigid Mineral Wool Insulation Board (Roxul DrainBoard)…………………………………….…................................................... THERMAL BARRIER AIR & MOISTURE BARRIER 1 Self-Adhesive Air And Moisture Barrier Membrane (Henry, Blueskin SA)………………….…………......................................... THERMAL BARRIER 250 Reinforced Concrete Complete with Finish (Emecole, inc. Penetrating Concrete Sealer Concentrate).……………….…........................

TYPICAL BELOW GRADE FOUNDATION WALL CONSTRUCTION:

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- 76 Rigid Mineral Wool Insulation Board (Roxul DrainBoard)………………………….…..……….................................................... THERMAL BARRIER AIR & MOISTURE BARRIER - 1 Self-Adhesive Air And Vapour Barrier Membrane (Henry, Blueskin SA)…………….……..…...….......................................................... THERMAL BARRIER - 250 Reinforced Concrete Complete with Finish (Emecole, inc. Penetrating Concrete Sealer Concentrate)…..............................................

TYPICAL EXTERIOR GRADE CONSTRUCTION:

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60 Concrete Paver Stones Complete with Sand Swept Joints (Decor, Olde Town Rectangular Paver 210 x 170) 50 Stone Dust 200 Compacted Granular A Crushed Stone Soil

cvv architects

Detail Title:

Composite Construction Notes

Project number: Date: Drawn by: Scale:

14001 12/02/2014 KLEIN,VANNARY LYBOUN, CK, VB, VL COURTNEY VICTORIA BENNETT 1N/A :5

Detail No.:

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LIFTED COMMUNITY PROGRAM Boat Club + Community Centre TYPE Civic SITE Suzhou River, Shanghai, China YEAR Winter 2014, Directed Studies Abroad, Studio 5 INSTRUCTOR Janine Debanne Lifted Community situates along the Suzhou River. The design proposal is to elevate the building using columns to free the ground plane. This allows public access to the soccer pitch and river. The use of columns allow the building to connect with the land, rather than interfering and disrupting the site. The verticality of the community centre allow connection the bridge and views of the river. In February 2014, a trip to China was organized. The street markets and elevated building forms seen in China influence the design of the community centre. The elevated building forms and bridges create another form of space underneath for public use, as this is seen in examples such as the Linked Hybrid by Steven Holl in Beijing and in the elevated circular walkway in Shanghai’s Pudong district.

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the community center consists

the community center will lift

the bridge on the second level

the long thin block along

of two blocks that are

off the ground to create public

allows public access across

the front edge of the site is a

juxtaposing each other. both

access on the ground level.

the river, as well as serve as a

library. the colonnade under

blocks are on the outer edges

secondary entrance to the boat

the library allows public access

of the site to allow room for a

club and community center.

to the soccer pitch, as well as

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become a street market for the

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HIDE + REVEAL PROGRAM TYPE SITE YEAR INSTRUCTOR

Carleton-in-a-Box display case Prototype Design-Build Carleton University, Ottawa Fall 2013, Studio 4 Stephen Fai

Published in Building 22 2014 Collaboration with Katrina Munshaw and Gregory Culos Hide + Reveal is a display case that is a 1m by 1m cube. Once unraveled, it configures into a standing display. The display has a series of layers and that can be removed and turned into tables and shelves to show student work. The main idea of the display case is to demonstrate something that appears 2D into 3D. The concept of the display case is to explore and interact, thus, the users are encourage to “peel� away the pieces and layers. The engraved pattern on the display case is to camouflage the removable pieces, thus making individuals to search for the work.

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folding table: folded flat and less than an inch thick. the table demonstrates strength when folded and inserted into the tabs.

the construction of the display case uses no hardware.

The materials used are only cardboard, glue,

and hand sewed joints with fabric.

student work can be hidden between the layers, encouraging interaction with the display case.

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DRAWINGS A collection of drawings completed throughout undergrad and graduate studies.

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split/twins.digital collage.24� x

36�. 2016.

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absence. decollage, paper, ink transfer on wood canvas.

24� x 36�. 2015.


& presence plan. decollage, trace, graphite, ink transfer on paper. 24” x 36”. 2015. absence

& presence. section. decollage, trace, graphite, ink transfer on paper. 19” x 27”. 2015. absence

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& presence. collaboration with latoya & danielle janicas. photograph. laser cut wood, metal rods and fastenings. 2015.

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