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Architectural Portfolio Vitali Pushkar-Verbitsky Email: vitali.p.verbitsky@gmail.com Phone: 912-484-4957


Vitali Pushkar-Verbitsky EDUCATION 2012-2013

M. Arch.- Savannah College of Art and Design Prof Master of Architecture

2007-2012

BFA- Savannah College of Art and Design Major: Architecture Minor: Electronic Design JOB EXPERIENCE 2012-2013 SCAD ARCHITECTURE Grad Mentor Program Providing a positive feedback and help for undergrad and grad students in Architecture department and also in other majors. Helping them with their learning needs and time management issues to ensure the best outcome for their academic goals. VOLUNTEERING 2007-2012 Assistant Coach at SCAD Swimming Team MILITARY SERVICE 2003-2006 Israeli Air Force Intelligence Branch Received an acknowledgement of excellence.

SOFTWARE SKILLS • AutoCAD, AutoCAD Architecture. • Revit 2013. • Microsoft Office, including Word, and PowerPoint. • CS6 including Adobe Photoshop CS6 and Adobe Illustrator CS6. • Rhinoceros 3D. • 3DS MAX 2013. RELATED SKILLS • Physical modeling: wood, museum board, card stock, foam. • Flexible and ability to adapt well and thrive in different environments. • Quick learner to new technical challenges. • Strong work ethic, both independent and in a team. ACHIEVEMENTS • Overall Undergrad GPA- 3.72 • Electronic Design-Minor GPA- 4.0 • GRAD Architecture- GPA-3.66 • Member of Dean’s List for 12 out of 15 quarters. • Magna Cum Laude Architecture honor LANGUAGES English Russian, Hebrew

Fluent Fluent native tongue level


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Introduction The “Urban Model” is a proposal for a multi-functional building, which targets abandoned and new developing areas. The purpose of the “Urban Model” is to encourage development and revitalization of areas. The program for the building contains retail areas, open public green spaces with integration of water features, a restaurant, an exhibition gallery and a flexible tower which can change its functionality by replacing the modulars on each floor level. The chosen site for the “Urban Model” is located in Philadelphia, PA adjacent to the Schuylkill River between Penn State University and center city. The original functionality of the area was industrial, however in the last five years the area was decommissioned, which left the area unused. In recent years the area started its revitalization by building many new condos, which will not only serve the citizens of the Philadelphia but also students of Penn State University. The proposal of the “Urban Model” will be beneficial in several ways: one of the major benefits will be the connection of Penn State University and the center of Philadelphia by offering useful spaces for both targeted areas. Penn State University will enjoy the exhibition gallery space, and the City of Philadelphia will enjoy a new commercial and retail area with open green space. The “Urban Model” will also provide necessary accommodations for the new developing area which is surrounding the site by offering retail, green spaces, a restaurant, office spaces and living units.


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Triple Layer ETFE Cushion Solar Film Collector

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Conclusion and Summary of the Project In conclusion, this project achieved most of the goals set forth from the beginning. The integration with the city of Philadelphia was particularly successful—in both being in dialogue with the urban fabric as well as creating a new retail destination as well as student housing between University City and City Center. The exploration of cladding systems was also successful, creating a new typology just beginning to emerge in Philadelphia. Of intermediate success was the planning of the modular units. While extremely well laid out and functional, several problems were encountered throughout the design process, which were not fully resolved, such as the exact dialogue between structure and module. The very technical details such as MEP connections were not the focus of this thesis, so this is a non-issue. The building is also successful in the variety of module configurations available, for both residential and office requirements. Capturing the view of the river was also very successful in the restaurant and gallery areas. For this building to become a reality, several things would need to happen. Investors would have to get on board with such a new category of building and rentable spaces. In addition, for the idea of being able to transport the module to other cities or destinations, other SKYLOT buildings would have to be already in place, which would take time and investment. Somewhat unresolved is the relationship between modules, particularly in the office category. For example, what if a company wanted to rent an entire floor? Or perhaps this building type would only rent to smaller scale companies, making a political statement against large corporations. Further areas of inquiry would be the technical details of making a modular system work, and the actual demand for this type of living/office situation.


Source: http://www.sinbadesign.com/architecture/reading-between-the-lines-church-by-gijs-van-vaerenbergh-in-limburg-belgium/


Introduction The essence of this project was to design a NetZero facility that would reinforce the community of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The concept of the project is “Elightenment” which can be seen and understood as a discovering and learning experience and also as a different and sublime notion of space. The focus of the project was the sanctuary, which was designed toevoke the sublime. During the day it fills with natural light and during the night it glows in the darkness and invites you in. Mission Statement: “Our purpose is to win Ethiopia and the whole continent of Africa for Christ through the preaching of the uncompromising Gospel of Jesus Christ. To accomplish this purpose, equipping the saints is crucial. Therefore, it our focus to train and raise up lay leaders and equip them for the work of the ministry. We believe that every member of the body of Christ has gifts and talents given to him or her by God. By stirring up the gift and developing one’s talent we can be a powerful force in the nation.”


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The primary concern for this studio was to design a Net-Zero building considering the “Green Design Studio� ratings system. The initial and final massing model were taken into the software and analyzed for EUI (Energy Use Intensity).

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Ethiopia To Addis Ababa

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Winds On Site-November - May

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Axonometric Building Envelope Structure

What is ETFE Film? ETFE (Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene) film is durable and highly transparent material. In addition, is very lightweight in comparison to glass structures. Traditionally ETFE film has been used in agricultural applications such as greenhouses.

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Source: http://www.croatia.org/crown/articles/8958/1/Tesla-Motors-Selects-Site-For-Electric-Sedan-Factory.html


Introduction Design of the new Tesla Motor car dealership in Savannah is proposed due to the location, which is between the Atlanta and Miami. This is a strategic place due to the fact of Tesla cars charge needs. The design is proposed for the actual show room, eco-restaurant and boutique hotel, which will offer luxuries rooms for Tesla clients. The design of the dealership must follow the green aspect of the car and the company. The Tesla car is run only by electricity, therefore there is no pollution and harm for an averment. Several techniques and aspect of green building is offered such as ETFE panels for the roof and water collection and recycle system. The structure of the building will follow postmodern design involving glass and pre-cast concrete panels. The shape and for of the building is to follow the set backs of the street with aspect of “breaking greed” of Savannah’s city. The aim of this project is to create simple; however functional space with deep consideration environmental and green aspects.


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Diagram I- Views from the Site

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Diagram VI- Elevation Change on Site

Site Map


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Water Collecting System A) 4800 Sf Sloped Etfe Collection Roof B) Gutter And Downspouts C) Rain Washers D) 10,000 Gal Rainwater Cistern E) Suplemental Municipal Water G) Foot Valve H) Booster Pump I) Particle And Sediment Filters

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Introduction This project proposed an extension for the Architecture Building, mainly for the use of the faculty and students in the School of Architecture in Maryland. With the students and faculty growth, especially after the Urban Studies and Planning Department has been moved into the Architecture Building, the school is in need of more exhibit galleries, lecture rooms, studio and administration spaces. The project is to provide both inside and outside spaces within the confines of the site. The new building should not only fulfill the space requirement for the School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, but also benefit the facilities around it by incorporating out door social spaces and galleries.


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Introduction The Green District is an apt descriptor of the new facets we wanted to incorporate into Hinesville, all green, in one aspect or another. The marriage of social, environmental, and economic drivers. In creating a socially responsible district, that would generate income, while being environmentally friendly, several key points were integrated, including green spaces, a mixed-use district, a bicycle network, water, new amenities, walkable streets, and community gardens. All of these facets come together to provide Hinesville with its own renaissance, with the creation of a beautiful and welcoming mixed-use district, which provides income, jobs, housing, and most of all, a community that is close-knit, and self-reliant.


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AASU campus, a library expansion, boutique hotel, and botanical gardens.

Bcycle Network

Bike paths up and down memorial drive, rentable bikes for a fast way to travel, and bicycle stations at important nodes.

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Which are a tonic for any soul, providing open space for the enjoyment of the citizens and visitors of Hinesville alike.

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Which provides income for the city, creating an enjoyable, family-friendly, walkable low-density urban atmosphere, with residential units above shops and cafes. Residents can theoretically live and work downtown, and eliminate the need for the use of a car.

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Introduction This course builds upon information introduced in Construction Technology I by emphasizing the various existing and emerging technologies, materials, assemblies and their characteristics. The influences of building codes, industry standards and programmatic requirements on the selection of both structural and nonstructural elements are discussed. The course also introduces students to construction drawings and detailing, and develops an understanding of the relationship between drawings and specifications. During this course IBC code research was preformed and applied to the existing site while drawing a set of construction documents following the code. Detailed drawings, floor plans, elevations and ADA drawings were produced and combined into a full set of drawings. The drawings were produced using Autodesk AutoCad 2012 education version.


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STEEL PAN LANDING WITH CONCRETE FILL

8K1 STEEL JOIST @ 24"O.C.

1'-0" 12" HANDRAIL EXTENSION

2" DIAMETER POST TO SUPPORT TOP RAIL SHOP-FABRICATED HANDRAIL OF METAL PIPE 2" DIAMETER

FIELD WELD

8" X 24" STEEL CHANNEL STRINGER 2" DIAMETER POST TO SUPPORT TOP RAIL

THIRD FLOOR

STEEL PAN LANDING WITH CONCRETE FILL

24' - 0"

35' - 0"

1'-0"

4'-2"

12" HANDRAIL EXTENSION

THIRD FLOOR

Staircase Section Cad Detail

24' - 0" INTERMEDIATE POST TO SUPPORT TOP RAIL

STEEL CHANNEL STRINGER INTERMEDIATE POST TO SUPPORT TOP RAIL

11'-0"

3'-4"

3'-4"

1'-0"

11'-0"

STEEL CHANNEL STRINGER

11'-0"

1-1/2" DIAMETER HANDRAIL

1-1/2" CLEAR SPACE

1'-0"

1-1/2" DIAMETER HANDRAIL

1-1/2" CLEAR SPACE

STEEL PAN LANDING WITH CONCRETE FILL

1'-0"

1'-0"

AREA OF REFUGE (MINIMUM REQUIREMENT 30'X48")

SECOND FLOOR

4'-2"

12" HANDRAIL EXTENSION

STEEL PAN LANDING WITH CONCRETE FILL

13' - 0" AREA OF REFUGE (MINIMUM REQUIREMENT 30'X48") 24" X 54" CLEAR SPACE

SECOND FLOOR

4'-2"

12" HANDRAIL EXTENSION

13' - 0"

3'-4"

1'-0"

INTERMEDIATE POST TO SUPPORT TOP RAIL

12" HANDRAIL EXTENSION

12" HANDRAIL EXTENSION

1'-0"

THIRD FLOOR

60' TURNING RADIUS

13'-0"

3'-4"

24" X 54" CLEAR SPACE STEEL CHANNEL STRINGER INTERMEDIATE POST TO SUPPORT TOP RAIL

60' TURNING RADIUS

13'-0"

2"

STEEL BEAM SUPPORT

SHOP-FABRICATED HANDRAIL OF METAL PIPE 2" DIAMETER

2"

AN LANDING ONCRETE FILL

8K1 STEEL JOIST @ 24"O.C. 2" DIAMETER POST TO SUPPORT TOP RAIL 3" STEEL CHANNEL

9'-0"

STAIR EXIT TO THE ROOF

STEEL PANS W/ CONCRETE FILL WELDED TO CHANNEL STRINGER 8" X 24" STEEL CHANNEL STRINGER SHOP-FABRICATED HANDRAIL OF METAL PIPE 2" DIAMETER

FIELD WELD

SHOP-FABRICATED HANDRAIL OF METAL PIPE 2" DIAMETER

STEEL CHANNEL STRINGER

12" HANDRAIL EXTENSION

12" HANDRAIL EXTENSION

24' - 0"

1'-0" 4'-2"

1-1/2" CLEAR SPACE

FIRST FLOOR

24" X 54" CLEAR SPACE 0' - 0"

4'-2"

1-1/2" CLEAR SPACE

FIRST FLOOR 0' - 0"

Staircase Plan Cad Detail

24" X 54" CLEAR SPACE


STEEL DOWEL ANCHOR FOR COPING

PRECAST COPING STEEL DOWEL OVERHANG AND DRIP

PRECAST CONCRETE COPING

PROTECTION BOARD VAPOR BARRIER

SEALANT FLASHING VAPOR BARRIER

CAP FLASHING COUNTER FLASHING BASE FLASHING MEMBRANE CANT STRIP

CONCRETE ROOF SLAB 1" METAL DECKING ATTACHED WITH PUDDLE WELDING STILL ANGLE ANCHOR BOLT FLASHING

ROOF

32LH10 STEEL JOIST GIRDER AT 20' O.C.

CONCRETE ROOF SLAB 1" METAL DECKING ATTACHED WITH PUDDLE WELDING 32LH10 JOIST GIRDER @ 20' O.C. 8"CONCRETE BOND BEAM 1" DRY WALL CEILING CMU 8"X8"X16" 1" DRY WALL ON HAT CHANEL REINFORCING BARS

35' - 0"

CAP FLASHING COUNTER FLASHING BASE FLASHING MEMBRANE CANT STRIP RIGID INSULATION

ROOF 35' - 0"

1-1/2" SLAB OF COMPOSITE METAL DECKING WITH CONCRETE FILL 1" METAL DECKING ATTACHED WITH PUDDLE WELDING

32LH10 STEEL JOIST GIRDER AT 20' O.C.

EXISTING BUILDING

BACKER ROD AND SEALANT

1" DRY WALL ON HAT CHANEL 1" FLOOR FINISH 1-1/2" SLAB OF COMPOSITE METAL DECKING WITH CONCRETE FILL 1" METAL DECKING ATTACHED WITH PUDDLE WELDING STEEL DOWEL

THIRD FLOOR

THIRD FLOOR

24' - 0" 24' - 0"

FIXED ALUMINUM WINDOW DALIAN IE DEVELOPMENT CO

1" DRY WALL ON HAT CHANEL 1" FLOOR FINISH 1-1/2" SLAB OF COMPOSITE METAL DECKING WITH CONCRETE FILL 1" METAL DECKING ATTACHED WITH PUDDLE WELDING

1-1/2" SLAB OF COMPOSITE METAL DECKING WITH CONCRETE FILL 1" METAL DECKING ATTACHED WITH PUDDLE WELDING 32LH10 STEEL JOIST GIRDER AT 20' O.C.

SECOND FLOOR

STEEL DOWEL FLASHING 32LH10 JOIST GIRDER @ 20' O.C. CMU 8"X8"X16" 2" AIR CAVITY

13' - 0"

SECOND FLOOR 13' - 0"

FLASHING 8"CONCRETE BOND BEAM BOND REINFORCING BARS WEEP HOLE STEEL ANGLE

ALUMINUM DOOR AND FRAME

GRADE EXISTING BUILDING VAPOR BARRIER DRAIN 16"W X 8"D CONCRETE FOOTING

Detail Wall Section

GRAVEL

FIRST FLOOR 0' - 0"

ALUMINUM THRESHOLD GRADE SIDE WALK VAPOR BARRIER DRAIN 16"W X 8"D CONCRETE FOOTING GRAVEL

Detail Wall Section

FIRST FLOOR 0' - 0"


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