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ARCHITECTUREportfolio

of selected works

University of Virginia - Bachelor of Science in Architecture Class of 2018


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Projects 1 Fall 2016

Vines Research Library Baltimore, Virginia

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Continuity of Services Preston Ave. Charlottesville, Virginia

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The Underground Tower Lynchburg, Virginia

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Escape Pods Campbell Hall, University of Virginia

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EAT - Expiration Alert Tablet App Charlottesville, Virginia

Spring 2016

Fall 2015

Summer 2015

Fall 2016


Precedent Studies Church of Light by Tadao Ando 1 Ibaraki, Japan

Fall 2015

Ijburg 23 Housing Complex by VMX Architects Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Eda Housing Complex by Chiba Manabu Architects Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa, Japan

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Il Palazzo by Aldo Rossi Fukuoka, Japan

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Spring 2016

Spring 2016

Spring 2016

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ARCHITECTURE

Projects


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1 Fall 2016 Vines Research Library

Baltimore, Virginia Instructor: Lucia Phinney ARCH 3010 Research Studio I The city of Baltimore is involved with a lot of urban farming activities and it has a lot of vacant lots available for people to use. Inspired by the bitter melon, the exotic vines growing program is seen as an interesting application to the site and the city. Vines creates nice shades and cooling effects, bear healthy fruits and their flowers are extremely beautiful. Vines like the bitter melon, sweet pea, grape, passion fruit, kiwis, and etc. The program is meant to showcase the beauty of vines, which is relatively unknown to people, and its fruit production. The building, at the same time, can become a focal element of the city, creating a unique visibility which capture people’s interest in growing vines. By looking at both the study of the bitter melon fruit and the site at Baltimore one can imagine how the building fits and interacts with the site. Through the use of waffle and facet fabrication, the resulting structure is seen as emerging and floating from the ground. With a facet dome placed over, occupied by vines growing on the light tab-like structures, one can experience the spatial quality of both being in the interior and the exterior, constantly looking at this unique fuzzy looking, green covered dome.


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SITE GRID STUDY

SITE GRID WAFFLE

ORIGINAL FACET STRUCTURE

PULLED OUT FACET STRUCTURE

NEW WAFFLE PATTERN IN RELATIONS TO FACET STRUCTURE

NEW WAFFLE PATTERN IN RELATIONS TO FACET STRUCTURE

INTERGRATING FLOOR STRUCTURE TO THE SITE

RESHAPE WAFFLE INTO PROGRAMMATIC SPACE

RESHAPE WAFFLE INTO PROGRAMMATIC SPACE

CIRCULATION

VINES RESEARCH LIBRARY


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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

TOP FLOOR PLAN

EXTERIOR ROOF PLAN


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Spring 2016 Continuity of Services

Preston Ave. Charlottesville, Virginia Instructor: Ryan Carbone ARCH 2020 Foundation Studio III

1 Scale 1:240 SECTIONSECTION 1 Scale 1:240

The goal of this project is served as a continuation of services across Preston Ave. neighborhoods. It is believed that with a continuity of services there will be a continuity of community. To achieve this goal, the proposing services should correlate to the existing ones. Within the chosen site, we can see that the existing services (a church, a beer hall m ft/ 26 m and a studio shop) have no relationship to one another. The proposed programs of the +85 ft/ 26+85 project will introduce new services that can achieve its goal of service continuity. The new programs will be a wedding venue, restaurant, hotel, gallery exhibition, winery, clothing store, bookstore, coffee shop, etc. +105 ft

+105 ft

+95 ft

+95 ft

+75 ft

+75 ft

+65 ft

+65 ft

+55 ft

+55 ft

+45 ft

+45 ft

+35 ft

+35 ft

+22 ft/ 6.7+22 m ft/ 6.7 m

2 Scale 1:240 SECTIONSECTION 2 Scale 1:240

+25 ft / 7.62 +25 m ft / 7.62

The open ground floor where these new activities take place will maximize interactions between residents and the public through an ordered aggregation and circulation. The orientation towards the train-tracks also helps to form a service connection to the rest of the city. One level above is specified for temporary residents, while the rest of the tower floors are planned for smaller family and student residents. Formal strategy of extracting volume helps create voids within the building, which form several communal areas for the residents to interact with each other. These voids also help to ensure that each living space is provided with easy access, ample daylight and satisfying views. +15 ft

+15 ft

+25 ft / 7.62 m

+25 ft / 7.62 m

+105 ft

+15 ft

SECTIONSECTION 1 Scale 1:240 1 Scale 1:240

+95 ft

+95 ft

+85 ft/ 26 m +85 ft/ 26 m +75 ft

+75 ft

+65 ft

+65 ft

+55 ft

+55 ft

+45 ft

+45 ft

+35 ft

SECTIONSECTION 3 Scale 3 1:240 Scale 1:240

+105 ft +15 ft

+22 ft/ 6.7 m +22 ft/ 6.7 m

+35 ft

+25 ft +25 / 7.62 m ft / 7.62 m +25 ft / 7.62

+25 ft / 7.62 m

+15 ft

50 ft

+15 ft +15 ft

50 ft

20 ft

10 ft

520 ft ft 0 ft

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SECTIONSECTION 2 Scale 1:240 2 Scale 1:240

+25 ft / 7.62 m

+15 ft

Scale 1 1:240 Scale 1:240 SECTIONSECTION 1

+15 ft

+105 ft

+105 ft

+95 ft

+95 ft

+85 ft/ 26 +85 m ft/ 26 m

SECTIONSECTION 3 Scale 1:240 3 Scale 1:240

+25 ft / 7.62 m

+25 ft / 7.62 m

+75 ft +15

+75 ft +15 ft

+65 ft

+65 ft

+55 ft

+55 ft

+45 ft 50 ft

+35 ft

+22 ft/ 6.7+22 m ft/ 6.7 m

+45 ft 50 ft

20 ft

+35 ft

10 ft

5 ft 0 ft 20 ft

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+25 ft / 7.62 +25 m ft / 7.62 +15 ft

SECTIONSECTION 2 Scale 2 1:240 Scale 1:240

+25 ft / 7.62 m

+15 ft


EARLY STUDY SKETCHES

URBAN STRATEGY

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SYSTEM DIAGRAMS

Existing Bus System

3 Main Connections

Important Service Sites

Circulations

Connection Routes

Vertical Extractions

Potential Sites

Horizontal Extractions

Ø 0.6' + 9.1'

L

L

L

Ø 0.1' + 4.9' Ø 0.1' + 4.9'

Ø 0.1' + 4.9'

Ø 0.15' + 4' Ø 0.15' + 4'

Ø 2.5' +24' Ø 2' +40'

Ø 2' +40'

Ø 2.5' +24'

Ø 0.15' + 4' Ø 2' +40'

Ø 0.15' + 4'

Ø 2.5' +24'

Proposed Buildings Ø 2' +40'

Ø 0.15' + 4'

Final Form

Ø 2.5' +24' Ø 2' +40'

Ø 0.15' + 4'

Ø 2' +40' Ø 0.3' +6.1'

Ø 2' +40'

Ø 5' +35'

Ø 5' +35'

TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN

Ø 9.2" + 20'

Ø 0.3' +6.1'

Ø 2' +40' Ø 6' +48'

Ø 5' +35'

L

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

Ø 5' +35' Ø 2' +40'

Ø 6' +48'

Ø 9.2" + 20'

Ø 5' +35'

Ø 2' +40'

Ø 0.1' +5.5'

Ø 2' +40'

Ø 5' +35'

Ø 5' +35' Ø 6' +48'

Ø 2' +40'

Ø 0.1' +5.5'

Ø 5' +35' Ø 6' +48'

Ø 0.3' +6.1'

Ø 2' +40'

Ø 6' +48'

Ø 5' +35'

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

L

Ø 5' +35'

Ø 5' +35' Ø 6' +48'

Ø 9.2" + 20'

Ø 5' +35'

Ø 0.1' +5.5'

Ø 2' +40'

Ø 5' +35'

Ø 2' +40' Ø 6' +48'

Ø 2' +40' Ø 6' +48'

L

Ø 5' +35' Ø 2' +40'

Ø 6' +48' Ø 5' +35'

Ø 20.7" + 40'

Ø 20.7" + 40' Ø 20.7" + 40'

Ø 21" + 42'

Ø 21" + 42'

Ø 23.9" + 34'

Ø 21" + 42'

Ø 23.9" + 34'

Ø 23.9" + 34'

Ø 32.8" + 38'

Ø 32.8" + 38' Ø 32.8" + 38'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 24.2" + 40'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 21" + 28'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 22.6" + 32'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 21" + 28'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 21" + 28'

Ø 23.2" + 30' Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2.5' +40'

Ø 1' +40'

Ø 1.5' +35'

Ø 1.5' +35'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 1.5' +35'

Ø 3.5' +35'

Ø 3.5' +35' Ø 1.5' +35'

Ø 1.5' +35'

Ø 1.5' +35'

Ø 1.5' +35'

Ø 3.5' +35'

Ø 3.5' +35'

Ø 3.5' +35'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2.5' +40'

Ø 1.5' +35'

Ø 23.2" + 30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 1' +40'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30' Ø 2' +30'

Ø 23.2" + 30' Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 22.6" + 32'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 24.2" + 40'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 22.6" + 32'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 24.2" + 40'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 2' +30'

Ø 3.5' +35'

Ø 3.5' +35'

Ø 3.5' +35'


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Ø 23.2" + 30'

W

D

BATH

BEDROOM 2

BEDROOM 2

DINING

BEDROOM 2

BEDROOM 1

BATH

LAUNDRY

BATH

BATH W/D

LIVING ROOM

KITCHEN


EARLY STUDY MODEL

South/East Elevation

North/West Elevation

FINAL MODEL

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3 Fall 2015 The Underground Tower

Lynchburg, Virginia Instructor: Manuel Bailo ARCH 2010 Foundation Studio II The project serves to reconnect the street topography and introduce new opportunities for the people of Lynchburg, Virginia. As a continuation of the City of Connections project and due to the time constraint of the project, only one building on the 13th Street, the Underground, was developed. This underground building contains one large tower that connects to another smaller tower, positioned half into the River, by a tunnel-like, underground hall. The ventilation tubes for the underground hallway shapes new playgrounds for people at the surface of the Park. The key aspect of the design is the unique views it offers to the audience.


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0 10

25

James River

Jefferson St

Commerce St

UNDERGROUND TOWER GROUND LEVEL PLAN 50 ft

New Pavement

50 ft

James River

25

Jefferson St

0 10

Pedestrian Path

Commerce St

UNDERGROUND TOWER SECTION


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UNDERGROUND TOWER SOUTH/WEST ELEVATION 0

10

25

50 ft

UNDERGROUND TOWER NORTH/EAST ELEVATION 0

10

25

50 ft


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Photo credit goes to Scott Smith


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4 Summer 2015 Escape Pods

Campbell Hall, University of Virginia Instructor: Ryan Carbone ARCH 1031- Foundation Studio I Taking into consideration of the architect’s intention of the existing space, the pod’s program was decided. The main goal of this project was to provide students a temporary place to be away from work stress. The pods materiality was taken from its surrounding. Using dark chalkboard stone palette, they can be arranged to suit the existing outdoor-classroom activity program. The interior of each individual pod can be designed to suit the personality of the person occupying it

Sunny condition

Scale 1/4” = 1’-0”

Rainy condition

Scale 1/4” = 1’-0”

Classroom activities

Scale 1/4” = 1’-0”


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Metal clip Mattress frame

Glass Steel angle Concrete

Concrete

Slate

Slate Steel angle

AXON

B FRONT VIEW

A

B

Metal c Mattress frame

Glass

Steel an

Concre Concrete

Slate Steel angle

A AXON

A Scale 1/2” = 1’-0”

Slate


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Fall 2016 EAT - Expiration Alert Tablet App

Instructor: Erin Roots Partner: Rebecca Katcher ARCH 3070- Foundation of Design Thinking Our research question starts with a tackle on water scarcity, especially in dealing with water waste due to food waste. Statistically, $2,200 is wasted per household per year and 320 gallons is wasted per person per day due to food waste. We proposed a solution that ultilize smartphone technology to constantly remind people of the consequences of wasting foods, which in turns, wasting water resources. The app is implemented by grocery stores, sending shoppers timely reminders when certain food items they purchase are nearing their expiration dates. For the app to be successful, it is imperative that Kroger works to expand the implementation of GS1 barcodes in their stores and it was our jobs to convince Executives to fund us on this proposal. I worked closely with my partner and the intructor to ensure that my ideas are consistent with theirs. I was in charge of designing the app interfaces and its important components that can bring forth an impact on people and drive for a change. If the app leads to a 35% reduction in food waste, together, we can save your shoppers $770 per year and 112 gallons of water per day.

DOWNLOAD THE APP NOW TO TRACK YOUR FOOD WASTE

SAVE MONEY

AND

THE

ENVIRONMENT ALSO GET 5% OFF YOUR GROCERY!

40% of food in the US is thrown away per year. That's

320 gallons of water

per day and

$2,200

per year

WASTED. STOP CONTRIBUTING TO WATER SCARCITY! Are you a student?? Well you’re in luck! Get timely reminders when your food is about to expire by downloading the EAT app in the appstore.

Save money and water by downloading the EAT! (Expiration Alert Tablet)

EAT!


FOOD PLANNER

BACK

JANUARY 01 2016 - JANUARY 31 2016

EA

FOOD ITEM

EXPIRY PERIOD

CHICKEN

# OF WATER GALLONS WASTED

MONEY WASTED

1-2 DAYS

815 GAL

$8.78

BEEF

3-4 DAYS

5,000 GAL

$9.88

MILK

1 WEEK

2,000 GAL

$4.20

BANANAS

1 WEEK

102 GAL

$1.39

5 TOMATOES

2 WEEKS

85 GAL

$6.49

12 EGGS

3 WEEKS

636 GAL

$2.94

FOOD PLANNER

IN-STORE

SCANNER CHECKOUT

FOOD ITEM

# OF GALLONS OF WATER

PLANNED COST

COST

2 APPLES 12/03/16

39 GAL

$0.79

$0.79

12 EGGS

12/01/16

636 GAL

$2.94

$2.94

BANANAS

11/31/16

102 GAL

BEEF

11/28/16 5,000 GAL $9.88

EXPIRY DATE

TOTAL

MONTHLY BREAKDOWN

RECIPES

EXPIRY DATE

MONEY WASTED

# OF WATER GALLONS WASTED

MILK

TODAY

2,000 GAL

$4.20

12 EGGS

TODAY

636 GAL

$2.94

BANANAS

TOMORROW

102 GAL

$1.39

BEEF

TOMORROW

5,000 GAL

$9.88

CHICKEN

11/20

815 GAL

$8.78

5 TOMATOES

11/22

85 GAL

$6.49

$9.88

5,777 GAL $13.61 $15.00

SCANNER CHECKOUT

EXPIRATION

MONTHLY BREAKDOWN

RECIPES

FOOD PLANNER

SCANNER CHECKOUT

MONTHLY WASTE BREAKDOWN

ACHIEVEMENTS

EXPIRATION

MONTHLY BREAKDOWN

RECIPES

CONGRATULATIONS! YOU HAVE SAVED 3,470 GALLONS OF WATER THIS MONTH! THAT MEANS YOU HELPED SAVE ONE PERSON FROM HUNGER BECAUSE A LOT OF WATER IS USED TO PRODUCE OUR FOOD!

Search

JANUARY 01 2016 - JANUARY 31 2016

MEAT

MEAT

BACK

RECIPES

ACHIEVEMENT

RT

SWIPE FOR MORE

$1.39

CHECKOUT

FOOD PLANNER

CONGRATULATIONS! YOU HAVE SAVED 0.1 CUBIC FEET OF SPACE IN LANDFILLS THIS MONTH! THAT MEANS YOU EFFICIENTLY SAVE $770 ON FOOD AND REDUCE XX OF GREENHOUSE GAS EMSSIONS TO THE ENVIRONMENT!

EXIPIRATION ALERT

SCANNER AND CHECKOUT

FOOD ITEM

EXPIRATION

ACHIEVEMENTS

MILK

SEAFOOD

GRAINS

VEGGIES

Favorites

SEA FOOD

MILK VEGGIES

GRAINS FOOD CATERGORY

# OF WATER GALLONS WASTED

4,000 GAL

MEAT

10,000 GAL

$42.44

GRAINS

570 GAL

$12.88

SEA FOOD

8,000 GAL

$34.78

FRUITS, VEGGIES

750 GAL

$22.66

23,320 GAL

Good Eats Roast Turkey

Salmon with Sweet & Spicy Rub

Cheesy Smashed Potatoes

Soft Scrambled Eggs

Mexican Pot Roast Tacos

Apple Spice Cake with Cream Cheese Icing

Chai Tea Latte Pops

THE PIONEER WOMAN’S PECAN PIE

MONEY WASTED

MILK

TOTAL

Kale and Pistachio Pesto Spaghetti

$8.40

$121.16

SWIPE FOR MORE FOOD PLANNER

SCANNER CHECKOUT

EXPIRATION

MONTHLY BREAKDOWN

RECIPES

FOOD PLANNER

SCANNER CHECKOUT

EXPIRATION

MONTHLY BREAKDOWN

RECIPES


ARCHITECTURE

Precedent Studies


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Fall 2015 Church of Light by Tadao Ando

Ibaraki, Japan Instructor: Earl Mark ARCH 2710- CAAD 3D Geometrical Modelling and Visualization A study of geomerical form taken from to a critically acclaimed work, published or analyticaly detailed subject and typically taken from one’s primary academic area of interest. The goal is create geometrical and material representation of the precedent, producing it in series of renderings using Rhino, Vray to convey its details or overal formal character. Supplemental works also include an animation in Rhino Render and a Grasshopper file with demonstrated use of Python related abstractly to the study.

Earlier Renders


Final Renders

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2 Spring 2016 Ijburg 23 Housing Complex by VMX Architects

Amsterdam, Netherlands Instructor: Ryan Carbone ARCH 2020- Foundation Studio III

The pedagogical goals of this exercise are essentially about learning the basics of collective housing by analyzing existing well-­known chosen references. More specifically the exercise focuses on three aspects of collective housing: typology of aggregation, morphology and scale. All of them essential to even start thinking about designing collective housing in an urban given context.

3rd-7th Floor

8th Floor


Unit Aggregation

Access and Circulation

Car Circulation

Massing and Programs

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3 Spring 2016 Eda Housing Complex by Chiba Manabu Architects

Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa, Japan Instructor: Ryan Carbone ARCH 2020- Foundation Studio III

The pedagogical goals of this exercise are essentially about learning the basics of collective housing by analyzing existing well-­known chosen references. More specifically the exercise focuses on three aspects of collective housing: typology of aggregation, morphology and scale. All of them essential to even start thinking about designing collective housing in an urban given context.

1-Room Apartment Unit 29.5/39/44 m²

2-Rooms Amisonettes Unit 49.5/65/70.5 m²


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4 Spring 2016 Il Palazzo by Aldo Rossi

Fukuoka, Japan Instructor: Ryan Carbone and Eric Barr SARC 555- Workflows Learning to produce a series of highly defined drawings that will force to depict one’s working process through the lens of a specific architectural case study. Emphasis is placed on thoughtful drawings that tell a story through the appropriate use of line weights, line types, hatches and other drawing elements presented. This Japanese hotel with its monumental facade is composed of a series of stacked amber-colored Iranian travertine columns and chemically aged copper lintels. The 62-rooms hotel block sits atop a stepped stone base, which provides for a public piazza in front of the main entry to the hotel. It is designed as an reinterpretation of classical orders.

Comparison to classical orders:

A

A. Cornice

A

B

B

B. Column


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89’

North/East Elevation

South/West Elevation

119’

70’

Maison Carrée, Nîmes, France

First Floor Plan


to be continued



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