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WILLIAM PERALTA PORTFOLIO



PERSONAL INFORMATION Name / William Peralta E - mail / peralta.william1993@gmail.com Phone / 973-943-5420 EDUCATION 2012 - 2017 / New Jersey Institute of Technology Bachelors of Architecture Minor: Environmental Studies and Sustainability Dean’s List l Design Showcase COMPUTER SKILLS 3D Modeling / Revit AutoCAD Rhino / V - Ray Adobe Suite / Illustrator Photoshop InDesign Microsoft Office / Word Powerpoint Excel Other / VR (Virtual Reality) Panotour (360 Survey) LANGUAGES / English Spanish


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COALESCE

Newark Incubator .........................................

NEXUS

Connecting Business and Consumers ..........

INTERSECT

Ironbound Masonry Facility ..........................

NEWARK FRAMEWORK

Consolidate and Densify ...............................

VR / 360 EXPLORATION

Modeling software for Virtual Reality

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13 - 22

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COALESCE

Newark Incubator Year 2016 Type Educational Location Newark, NJ

Entrance VR

In an effort to revitalize the city of Newark, the goal of the project aimed to either educate, house of create a business for the local citizens. By working with Audible, the opportunity to start the revitalization from downtown Newark was used by placing the project within and 1/2 mile radius. The NEWARK INCUBATOR aims to create an interconnected educational facility where upcoming Newark entrepreneurs can enhance their innovative ideas, create a team, and become successful. By providing the missing piece to a growing community, the incubator positions itself to be a starting off point for the future of newark. 0 1/4 mi

Audible Site Washington Park

Newark Location Map 3


Lecture VR

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Audible future Accelerator

R.U. S.B.D James St.

James St.

James St.

James St.

Incubator Incubator

33 Washington Newark All Stars Newark Library

Business Engagement

Site Engagement Project Site Adjacent Project

SITE

Site Area

Core Concept Diagram 5

Site Massing

Open Floorplan

Atrium Subtract

Physical Engagement

Visual Engagement


Lounge VR

Public Ground floor

Dynamic Building Form

Public Engagement

Views 6


Essex St.

James St.

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Program

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1. Lobby 2. Lecture Space 3. Restaurant/ Bar 4. Conference Room 5. IT Room 6. Bathroom 7. Computer Room 8. Work Area 9. Exterior Gatherign 10. Working Lounge 11. Janitor Closet 12. Presentation Space 13. Recreational Space

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Ground / Site Plan

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Program

B

1. Lobby 2. Lecture Space 3. Restaurant/ Bar 4. Conference Room 5. IT Room 6. Bathroom 7. Computer Room 8. Work Area 9. Exterior Gatherign 10. Working Lounge 11. Janitor Closet 12. Presentation Space 13. Recreational Space

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Atrium VR

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Level 2 Plan

Level 4 Plan

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B B

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Level 3 Plan

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Level 5 Plan

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50’

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42” High glass railing w/ light on railing 1/2” tempered glass Aluminum shoe 10” High pedestals 8” Rigid board insulation Water resistant membrane Steel girder with sprayed fireproofing HVAC Exhaust opening

Patio Detail (A)

A Steel Column Wood flooring Structural silicone Reinforced concrete slab Extruded aluminum mullion Steel beam Ceramic frit strips Triple pane glass

B

Patio Detail (B)

Aluminum mullion Reinforced concrete slab 2” Rigid insulation Water Barrier 6” Gravel Concrete footing C

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Footing Detail (C)

Wall Section A

Wall Section B


Working VR

Conference Room

PR IV PR ATE/ IVA IN TE DI V /S MA IDUA PR IVA LL L TE TE AM AM / LA S RG EN ET ITI ES / L EAM EIS S UR E PU BL IC

L UA VID MS A E T LL TE MA IVA MS /S PR EA TE A ET IV PR RG A /L TE URE IVA LEIS PR IES/ PUBLIC ENIT M A DI

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Atrium

Program

Circulation

Grid

Structure

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By using an atrium as the driving force of the project, entreprenuers are able to create both physical and visual connects wiht one another, thus creating the team needed to succed as a business.

Section A-A 11


By providing the users with interconnected spaces like an atrium or specific program on a floor, the building becomes a creative environment and facilitates the exchange of ideas through co-working spaces.

Section B-B

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NEXUS

Connecting Business and Consumers Year 2017 Type Commercial Location Newark, NJ

Public VR

By continuing to use Audible as the source for the revitalization of Newark, the purpose of the project was to create a building where future businesses are able to form and grow in size following the incubator phase. In order to fast track the response to feedback from the audience, the incorporation of the consumer and business had to happen within the same building. NEXUS meets the needs of growing entrepreneurial companies in Newark. The building is able to conform to the size of the company by using the open floorplan technique on a modular scale. As the company increases its needs for floorspace, the project is able to provide the room for the company. The customizable layout enables the company to establish itself and stay in the building by moving location within the project as needed. NEXUS also meets the requirements of the inclusion of the consumers by creating a layer within the building which would be used by both professionals and locals alike. The connecting layer would act as a space where the businesses are able display the technology created and gather consumers feedback while continuing to work on the technology in a seamless manner.

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Stage 1:Existance

Stage 2: Survival

Stage 3: Success

Stage 4: Take-off

Stage 5: Maturity Corporate Success Failure

Make I Fall

Head for growth Sufficiently Minimally (2)

Prosper xA Sell

x-

Fold

Sell

Continue Adapt

Not Adapt

(4)

Death xB

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-Adapt and continue as is temporary or permanently

1/4 mi

Site

Audible

Newark Location Map 15

Regroup for

(6) growth (5) Fall way back

Death xB

x+ - Sell for profit x++ - Sell at a greater profit

xA - Sell assets x - Sell at loss

Retrench

Sell Retrench Successfully Unsuccessfully

(3)

(7)

x+++

Retrench

(1)

Death xB

Company Life Cycle

x+ Disengage Sell or Merge

x++

Sell or Merge

Site Movement

Death xB

Death xB -Change in strategy xB - Bankrupcy


Concept Diagram

Upper Public Layer

Amenities Scattered

Amenities Collocated

Amenities shifted for Open Floorplan

Amenities as “Layers� for private and public use

Private / Public

Public

Private

Amenities Core / Typical Amenities

Connected private and public through movement

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MLK. Jr. B

lvd.

Newark Lightrail Station

Orange St.

Ground / Site Plan

Level 2 Plan

Level 3 Plan

Level 4 Plan

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30’

50’


Lower Public Layer

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Socia any Comp

Perspective Section 19

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The Private and public layers of the project are clearly seen and separated, but remain together to maximise the interconnection between them.


Upper Public Layer 2

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The narrative of an open beta could now be morphed into the public beta idea, through the means of physical interaction. The opportunity to bring the public into the building through the gathering core, can serve as a new way to engage the public’s curiosity and the worker’s product.

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INTERSECT

Ironbound Masonry Facility Year 2016 Type Educational Location Ironbound (Newark), NJ

With the creation of the Riverfront Park, The neiborhood of the Ironbound is in the mist of a new beginning. With this is mind, there is as great oportunity to create a branch for the Masonry Facility of Newark which would serve as an educational center for one of the oldest professions. Through a series of folding planes, INTERSECT becomes a dynamic educaional facility which uses site features to create an extension of the park. The projects welcomens visitants and professionals and provides them with scenic views of the Passaic River and Riverfront Park. Passaic River Raymond Blvd.

Passaic River Raymond Blvd.

Site

Site connections / Views Passaic River Raymond Blvd.

Grid Site Diagrams

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Connecting public / Car axis Passaic River Raymond Blvd.

Building guidelines / Views


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Passaic River

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Read Street

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Raymond Blvd.

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Ground plan

A

A

Level 2 plan

Program 1. Entrance vestibule 2. Exhibition space 3. Training Bay 1 4. Training Bay 2

5. Material storage 6. Exterior terrace 7. Conference room 8. Leisure area

9. Storage space 10. Office space 11. Classroom 1 12. Classroom 2 0’

Section B-B

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30’

50’

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Annodized Aluminum Paver/ Gravel Coating 4” Closed-Cell Sprayfoam Pre-cast Concrete Roof Sealants Brick Veneer

Brick Veneer 2” Air Gap 2.5” Rigid Insulation 1” Vapor/ Water Barrier 5/8” Exterior Sheating 1/8” Commercial Grade Bld.Warp Metal Ties 6” Steel Stud 6” Continuous Cavity Insulation 5/8” Gypsum Borad

Exhibition Space

Brick Veneer Sealant Continuous Insulation Concrete Floor Slab Flashing Weephole/ weeps 24” o.c. Sloped to Drain Rain Water Concrete Foundation Rigid Insulation Gravel

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Visitor Vestibule


Girders Joist Columns

Structure

Main stair Egress core

2nd Level Corridor

Egress Plan

Precast concrete

Joist Steel Girder I-beam

Precast concrete Triple pane structural glass

Anchor Arms

Brick veneer

Concrete floor Brick veneer wall

Enclosure

Exploded Axon

Triple pane glass 28


NEWARK FRAMEWORK

University Heights Campuses FAR: 3.32

Consolidate & Densify

Year 2015 Type Masterplan Location University Heights / Newark, NJ

30,8 72 St ud ts en

18%

10% 20%

NJIT

RUTGERS

RHBS

10100

11314

7658

58,547 Stud ent s

With 40,000 college students attending school in University Heights, only 3,000 of those students live on-campus between the four universities (NJIT, RBHS, Rutgers Newark, Essex County College). The population of Newark dramatically drops in the evening of weekdays and over the weekend, the only way to fix this sense of vacancy felt by the students of the various universities is to bring more people, program and development to the area.

Urban Campus NYU FAR: 5.43

9% +42% ECC

CURRENT TOTAL CAMPUS

PROPOSED HOUSING

18000

47072

20000

Current enrolled students / % of Residents

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By consolidating the four campuses to make one larger network of dense scholastic buildings, adding new housing and shopping districts along with park space, we provide a solution that will bring the capacity of on campus living to 20,000 students and 20,000 more beds will be available for residents of outside counties to come and live where they work and learn.


RBHS

RBHS Privately Owned

Publicly Owned

NJIT

NJIT

ECC

ECC

Rutgers Newark

Rutgers Newark RU

RU NJIT

Consolidation of Colleges 1

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4 Studen ts 31 1,

RBHS FAR: 0.96

Rutgers FAR: 0.86

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Student

7,65

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NJIT FAR: 1.04

FAR = Ba / Pa Colleges FAR

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ents ud St

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10,100

Campus Growth

NJIT

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dents Stu

ECC FAR: 0.46

The ratio is generated by dividing the building area by the parcel area

Suburban Campus FDU: 0.83

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Map Key

The main goals of the plan was to provide ample park and open space not just for the new future residents but for existing residents. Using the Riverfront Park masterplan and continuing the park along Route 280 provide and opportunity to have the park and open space be an anchor to University Heights and create a unified district of Newark.

Harrison Shuttle Bus Penn Station Shuttle Bus Penn Only Harrison Only Both Light Rail Path Light Rail Station New Streets Pedestrian Streets Commercial Buildings Community Buildings Educational Buildings Parking + Transportation High Density Residential Buildings Medium Density Residential Buildings Low Density Residential Buildings

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Proposed Framework Plan


Figure/ground

Figure/ground proposed

NJIT

Exploded Axon

NJIT

RU - Newark

RU - Newark

ECC

ECC

RBHS

RBHS

Typical Street

Typical Street proposed

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Map Key

The creation of housing, businesses, leisure and open park space give the district of University Heights a needed density to create a truly urban campus network.

High Density Medium High Density Meium Low Density Low Density No Density

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Proposed Density Plan


NJIT Parking Lot

Proposed NJIT Green space

Vacant Land

Proposed Housing

Broad St. Station

Proposed Broad St. Station

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VR / 360 Exploration

Using Modeling Software for Virtual Reality

Workspace (Brick Finish)

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Workspace (Concrete Finish)

Workspace (Brick Finish)

Workspace (Concrete Finish)


NYC Studio (Night)

NYC Studio (Day)

NYC Studio (Night)

NYC Studio (Day)

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WILLIAM PERALTA peralta.william1993@gmail.com 973-943-5420

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