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University of Oklahoma | College of Architecture | Second Year Portfolio

Those who look for the laws of Nature as a support for their new works collaborate with the creator. - Antonio Gaudi


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ILLUMINATE Gould Hall Gallery First Year Studio Project

PAVILION PROJECT Second Year Studio Second Year Studio Project

SCAFFOLDING PROJECT Vicenza, Italy Second Year Studio Project

DIGITALLY FABRICATED DISPLAY Second Year Studio Second Year Studio Project

THE SPACE IN-BETWEEN Bricktown, Oklahoma City Second Year Studio Project


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ILLUMINATE Project Property: Individual Project Gould Hall Gallery First Year Studio Project

Design Origin The study of the icon help generates idea for a night light. In addition, the gap in between and the vertical form creates lights that are able to project out.


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Combining various amounts of the night light together to illuminate the corner of Gould Hall Gallery


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PAVILION PROJECT Project Property: Individual Project Second Year Studio Second Year Studio Project

PRECEDENT HOUSE FLOWING LAKE RESIDENCE | DAVID VANDERVOT ARCHITECTS | SONOHOMISH, WA

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Site Plans and Section

Second Floor

First Floor

Basement

Site Location The Flowing Lake house located in Sonohomish, Washington designed by David Vanderfort Architect. It was a challange for the architect to create a home for an active, young couple which preserved the trees and the remaining native landscape while extending toward and maximizing views of and access to the lake.


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Analysis

Wood Siding

Reinforced Concrete

Light Wood Framing Construction

Sliding Glass Door


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Understanding the Precedent Analysis


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The Ruins & Pavilion Process

00. Selecting Space

01. Making Site Area

02. Adding Grids

03. Parti Sketches

04. Adding Walls

05. Pavilion Added

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The Study of the Flowing Lake house helps generates the functionality for the pavilion project in relation to spaces and circulations. In addition, it is a project that focuses on circulations and spaces in order to come up with the pavilion design.


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Looking Out From the Pavilion

Site Plan with Context

Section Cut Through Pavilion


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Full Blowapart Diagram


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SCAFFOLDING PROJECT Project Property: Individual Project Vicenza, Italy Second Year Studio Project

Andrea Palladio Basilica Palladiana Andrea Palladio is well-known of using proportion and symmetry method in his work. His techniques have been studied for many years and have been used in by many architects throughout the years.


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Richard Meier

Barcelona Museum of Conemporary Art Richard Meier is known of using color, light and geometric elements in his work. It allows him to create clear and comprehensible space. In addition, he emphasize the presence of the building with its given environment


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Analyzing the Faรงade

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Analyzing the Faรงade

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12’ X 24’ Conference room Capacity : 10 people max

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12’ X 14’ Office

12’ X 14’ Break room

The scaffolding model was design based on the study of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona design by Richard Meier. In this scaffolding, the integration of the use of glass materials was based on the design from Richard Meiers building as it represent transparency. The panels that holds the glass was also represent repetition and the location of lift, staircase, and advertising screen, act as a balance of the overall façade. With these three categories combined, it evolves to be a scaffolding that represent Richard Meiers’s building and built into a scaffolding for the Basilica Palladiana.


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DIGITALLY FABRICATED DISPLAY Project Property: Group Project Team Member: Willy Burhan, Jorge De Loera, Ismail Khelalfa, Yvan Tran Second Year Studio Second Year Studio Project

An Ice Cave is like any type of natural cave that contains a significant amount of prennial ice. The curve linear elements that were formed by nature due to freezing, made ice caves As a group, we agreed that the design of the Window Display Case should embrace both the physical and digital forms of expression. The fabrication of each piece digitally ensured that not one piece would turn out exactly the same. We did a precedent study on the formation of caves to understand what makes these spaces garner so much interest. The Natural curves are created through weathering throughout its years of existance.


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Schematic Diagram


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Context Diagram

The final design resembles the interior space of a cave. The Window Display Case curves over the top and dissolves into the wall at its base. To avoid a discrepancy with the linearity of the window sill, the Window Display Case fits tight against the sill. The location of the Window Display Case is deliberately placed by the east entrance of the studio. Light washes inside the studio from the west since it is blocked by Gould Hall’s surrounding walls from the east. The waffle design of the Window Display Case takes advantage of the light mostly coming the west. The waffling bends the light particles to illuminate the space and the projects within the Window Display Case.


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Board Support Hook The 3/4” Hooks are equally spaced 18” apart from one another, ending up located at both ends and one exactly in the middle.

Niche For The Digital Display The niche will accommodate any 9 1/2”X6 3/4” digital display.

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1. 9 1/2”X6 3/4” Digital Display.

Platform For The Model 1/2” acrylic platform will accommodate any 18”X18”X18” Model. The shape of the acrylic platform is adopting the curvilinear nature of the overall project.

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1. 18”X18”X18” Model.

Board Connection A 24”X36” piece of 1/8” acrylic is suspended by the three hooks. The poster board is mounted onto the piece of acrylic with the aid of 4 magnets.


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Front Perspective Elevation


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The SPACE IN-BETWEEN Project Property: Individual Project Bricktown, Oklahoma City Second Year Studio Project


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Design Purpose The gallery is open to public and as well as those who are interested in modern art gallery. Integrating linear elements borrowed from an artist, Daniel Buren, makes the design stands out by make it noticeable from a far. The artist used for precedent study for this project, uses hierarchy by shape, repetition, contrast and vertical linear elements in most of his work, making it simple but intriguing. In addition, integrating verticality in front and back façade help to dedicate the building for the artist.

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Site Location The proposed site is located in Bricktown in downtown Oklahoma City. The site is located at 121 East California Street. The site lies between the water canal and California Street. The site is approximately 26’-0” wide by 120’-0” deep. Demolishing the existing building and building art gallery by integrating the artist work into the design.


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Process

Room Planning

Precedent

Sketch

Grand Stairs Schematic Sketch


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Balcony

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Product Room Janitor Closet and Mechanical Room Restrooms

Blowapart Diagram


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Second Floor Rendering

First Floor Rendering


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Willy Burhan +1 (206) 446-7216 willy.burhan@ou.edu


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Acknowledgement:

I am thankful to my instructors, Prof. Cricchio, Prof. Butko and Scholar Ping Lu especially, for their great support and valuable criticism. I value their interest in architecture and it helps me to be a better student.



Spring 2014 Second Year Portfolio