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VICTOR NAVARRO: SELECTED WORK OF 2002 - 2008

PORTFOLIO


2022 phase

ATHLETICS BODY

ACADEMICS MIND

SPORTS COMPETITION EXTERNAL CONNECTION

ARTS SPIRIT

ACADEMIA INTERACTION PEER CONNECTION

ENTRY GARDEN REFLECTION INTERNAL CONNECTION

SUPPORT ATHLETIC FIELD

AUDITORIUM LAND BANK

MS

SUPPORT HS

GYM SUPPORT

ADMIN.

SUPPORT

[signature bldg]

EL FUERTE

PARCEL 4

PARCEL 3

pacific ridge masterplan s c a l e 100’ 0

PARCEL 2

1”=100’-0”

200’

CARLSBAD, CA

site plan - 2022 FINAL BUILD-OUT site distribution + analogies

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project number: 4948.00

04.03.2008


phase

new support bldg

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[3,800 sf approx]

MULTIPURPOSE: 3800sf [double height]

new support building [10,000 sf approx]

MS lunch pavillion location

RV storage

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new middle school bldg [14,400 sf approx]

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victor navarro : portfolio 2008

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HS lunch pavillion location

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admin.

[9,000 sf approx.]

RECEPTION: 500sf CLINIC: 500sf OFFICES: 2750sf CONFERENCE: 450sf UTILITIES: 2000sf

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middle school building

demolish and landbank

support building

to create new outdoor recreational area, parking or other use

high school building administration gym-auditorium athletic field

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flex space/unassigned

s c a l e

CARLSBAD, CA

site information - PHASING CONCEPT 15 YEAR 2022 - Campus BUILD-OUT Completion - 2022

MASTERPLAN PROPOSAL FOR A MIDDLE SCHOOL - HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS FOR PACIFIC RIDGE SCHOOLS. THE CAMPUS IS TO BE REALIZED THROUGH AN EXTENDED PHASING PLAN IN THE CITY OF CARLSBAD, CA.

project number: 4948.00

04.03.2008

carrier johnson 2008 professional work

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INSIDE/OUTSIDE CONNECTIVITY 9TH+10TH GRADE CUL DE SAC

VISUAL CONNECTION + PATH

STAFF ENTRY

HIGH SCHOOL MAIN ENTRY

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1TH+12TH GRADE CUL DE SAC

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INSIDE/OUTSIDE CONNECTIVITY

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CARLSBAD, CA

HIGH SCHOOL SITE PLAN SITE CONCEPTS

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1”=30’-0” 30’

60’

cul de sac

project number: 4948.00

06.23.2008

science labs classrooms teacher workroom

cul de sac

utilities

Pacific Ridge High School Cul de Sac spatial diagrams

SINGLE STORY CUL DE SAC

TH PA

pacific ridge high school

ARTS CENTER

DOUBLE STORY CUL DE SAC

GYMNASIUM STUDENT ENTRY


victor navarro : portfolio 2008

carrier johnson 2008 professional work

PROPOSAL FOR A 34000 SF HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING FOR PACIFIC RIDGE SCHOOL IN CARLSBAD, CA.


ATHLETIC FIELD

HALF FIELD

INSIDE/OUTSIDE CONNECTIVITY

ATHLETE ACCESS [LOWER LEVEL]

STUDENT ACCESS /SERVICE [UPPER LEVEL]

VISUAL CONNECTION +PATH

HIGH SCHOOL MAIN ENTRY

PUBLIC ACCESS [LOWER LEVEL LOBBY]

MAIN PUBLIC ENTRY [UPPER LEVEL LOBBY]

GYMNASIUM SITE PLAN SITE CONCEPTS

pacific ridge gymnasium

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1”=30’-0” 30’

60’

GYMNASIUM / AUDITORIUM PASSIVE COOLING + NATURAL LIGHTING CONCEPTS

CARLSBAD, CA

project number: 4948.00

CARLSBAD, CA

06.23.2008

project number: 4948.00

06.23.2008


victor navarro : portfolio 2008

carrier johnson 2008 professional work

PROPOSAL FOR A 29000 SF GYMNASIUM FOR PACIFIC RIDGE SCHOOL IN CARLSBAD, CA.


SITE TOPOGRAPHY as an eco-friendly design intent, the final school plan will become part of the site. as such, the idea is to minimize the visual impact of the building masses by means of ‘visual rhyming’ with the topography...or ‘visual assimilation’. the idea supports the fact that some portions of the buildings will provide for this through architectural expression... VIEWS+VISIBILITY parts of the buildings are meant to be highlighted. such areas pertain to eventful portions of the program: main entrances, double story areas, common areas

+ signature buildings. these are areas

of distinction and must be provided with adequate visibility...to afford the school with the maximum connection to it’s surroundings, views must be provided at key locations of the site...

SURFACES [perceptual+subjective] what we see of topography is the rolling surfaces that represent the masses beneath them. we perceive the masses, but only see the surfaces. what lies beneath the surfaces is irrelevant because it is the surface itself that creates the sense of space by volume.

EROSION process by which the surface of the earth is worn away by the action of natural forces. this process is applicable to volumes+geometry...corrected erosion can be done through modularity in order to provide geometric control.

pacific ridge masterplan

CARLSBAD, CA

MODULARITY [functional+objective]

the mathematical formulation for quantification and calculation of areas....it provides repetition...it allows a sense of organization by the use of individually distinct functional units...to assemble through modules.

PLANES the geometric condition resulting from eroded modularity. they provide organization through two dimensional elements. they relate to geometric modularity, define space as surfaces and provide architectural expression through functions such as circulation, transparencies, etc.

ICONIC MASSES+SURFACE RUPTURE base on the ‘site topography’ note, it is common to find a rupture of that continuity of surface by means of a significant form or shape. in this case a succession of iconic masses on the site will create ruptures in the surfaces. as such, the masses share no continuity with the surfaces or any necessary assimilation between them.

project number: 4948.00

04.14.2008


victor navarro : portfolio 2008 MASTERPLAN PROPOSAL FOR A MIDDLE SCHOOL - HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS FOR PACIFIC RIDGE SCHOOLS. THE CAMPUS IS TO BE REALIZED THROUGH AN EXTENDED PHASING PLAN IN THE CITY OF CARLSBAD, CA.

project number: 4948.00

05.21.2008

2008 experimental work

CARLSBAD, CA


pacific ridge high school


victor navarro : portfolio 2008

2008 experimental work

PROPOSAL FOR A 34000 SF HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING FOR PACIFIC RIDGE SCHOOL IN CARLSBAD, CA.


pacific ridge gymnasium


victor navarro : portfolio 2008

2008 experimental work

PROPOSAL FOR A 29000 SF GYMNASIUM FOR PACIFIC RIDGE SCHOOL IN CARLSBAD, CA.


Located in the southeast sector of East Village and conforming to a Residential Emphasis District in Downtown San Diego, the CJUF II Lankford Market Building sits on the east portion of a super-block bound by 14th, 15th, Market, and G Streets. The intent is to respond to the various site constraints, as well as to provide integrity to the urban fabric through the use of open park-like spaces. The project is a 400,000 sf building comprised of residential condominium use and a mixed-use development manifested in a 22-story high-rise construction. The intent is to provide an urban character as well as a dynamic expression of the overall concept. Concept 1: CONNECTIONS TO EAST VILLAGE PARK NETWORK Concept 2: STEPPING PARK TERRACES Concept 3: THREE-TOWER COLLAGE Concept 4: ROTATING TOWERS

15th+market


victor navarro : portfolio 2008

carrier johnson 2006 professional work

MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT LOCATED IN EAST VILLAGE OF DOWNTOWN SAN DIEGO, CA.


15th+market


victor navarro : portfolio 2008

2007 experimental work

MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT LOCATED IN EAST VILLAGE OF DOWNTOWN SAN DIEGO, CA.


Proposal for a visual arts center that focuses on spaces for seminars and cultural events, technological displays, artistic exhibits in photography and cinematography, as well as spaces for students of these arts. The project is composed of three main solid blocks (A,B & C), one grid structure (D) and one sculptural piece (E). A-Conforms museum entry, housing entry and outdoor theater at grade level; Distributes to all gallery and theater spaces; hold the restaurant at mid-point; contains student housing in upper floors. B-Faculty spaces at grade level; library, auditorium, photo and film studios above. C-Public spaces include supplies store at grade level, cafĂŠ and student exhibits above; Support spaces at mid-point; classrooms, crit rooms and viewing rooms on upper floors. D-Contains administrative spaces and a connection between buildings; supports giant screen for the outdoor theater. E-Has all museum exhibit spaces, experimental theaters and the digital exhibit multi-purpose room.

detroit arts center

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B

D

E C


victor navarro : portfolio 2008

2002-2003 experimental work

LTU THESIS 2002 - 2003: VISUAL ARTS CENTER FOR THE CITY OF DETROIT.


MATERIAL vs. VIRTUAL: process of development. As our humanity makes progress in time, virtual reality becomes a tangible issue. Day by day, our world is evolving from a material to a virtual state that is reflected in our forms of nutrition, communication, transportation and our way of living as a community as well as on a personal level. In a world of fast food and fast images people rely on the Internet, television, cars and suburban isolation.

World development is leaping into this new era of technology where concepts of virtual space, universal connection, and worldwide webs are becoming predominant. Vivian Sobchack, author of “The Scene of the Screen: Envisioning Cinematic and Electronic Presence”, discusses that electronic representation “denies the human body its fleshly presence and the world its dimensions” and how at this particular moment in culture, “the lived-body is in crisis”. Lebbeus Woods says, “The electronic revolution is breaking down the traditional boundaries between global, national, regional and even local social groups, by the indiscriminate proliferation and dissemination of information.” In a site that is dominated by vast spaces weathered into a bitter sensation of abandonment, the goal will be to revitalize and generate an active urban environment in the city of Detroit. As a mid-point between two urban areas of different activities the site will become a major articulator and connector between them.

Architecture will become the

body’s fleshly presence that will contain, but yet liberate the expression of electronic and virtual space. It will arise from within the city and experience the contrast of its immediate surroundings.

The building

and activities held within it will emphasize the state of progression and evolution of the city.

detroit arts center


victor navarro : portfolio 2008

2002-2003 experimental work

LTU THESIS 2002 - 2003: VISUAL ARTS CENTER FOR THE CITY OF DETROIT.


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