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Yannick M Mathews Architectural Portfolio 2014


Yannick Mathews Education

2014 2012-2013 2010-2011 2010

2009

Experience 2014

2013-2014 2011-2014

2011

2009

2008

Affiliations

2011-2012

2010-2014 2009 2009-2010 2006-2007 2004-2006

Honors

Skills

Address 719 Clarendon Street, Syracuse, NY 13210 Mobile 206.898.3051 Email ymathews@gmail.com

Syracuse University Graduate School of Architecture | Syracuse, NY Master of Architecture | GPA 3.3 International Study in Madrid, Spain; Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Florence, Italy; London, England. African American Studies External Fellowship Morehouse College | Atlanta, GA Bachelor of Science in Mathematics | GPA 3.7 – Magna Cum Laude John H Hopps Jr. Research Scholarship Full-Tuition Scholarship University of Edinburgh | Edinburgh, Scotland Architecture & Archaeology | GPA 3.3 Francisco Sanin Architects | Syracuse, NY Architectural Intern Project research, site development, presentation prep, & model construction for projects in Colombia & Korea. Syracuse University | Syracuse, NY Digital Workshop Instructor Development & performance analysis of Comprehensive Design Studio projects using Revit & Project Vasari Teaching Assistant Introduction to Building Systems & Structure; Building Systems II; Advanced Building Systems DKA Architects | Seattle, WA Architectural Intern Drafted & modeled residential & community projects in concept, schematic, & design development phases. Produced site documentation. Assisted with client meetings & presentations. Accompanied project manager to oversee on-sight construction progress. Washington State University | Pullman, WA Research Assistant Material Science & Engineering: Molecular Dynamics – Analyzed displacement cascades in irradiated polycrystalline iron University of Washington | Seattle, WA Research Assistant Physics: Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics – Simulated quark & gluon interactions in Pi-mesons Graduate Architecture Students Vice President, Syracuse University Professional Diving Instructors Corporation Certified Scuba Diver Edinburgh University Basketball Club Starting Shooting Guard for Division Winning Team Morehouse College Department of Mathematics Math Tutor; Peer Learning Leader for Calculus I & Calculus II Undergraduate Researcher in Graph Theory – Analyzed optimal move strategies for 2-player mathematical games Matt Talbot Homeless Shelter Volunteer, Seattle, WA Creative Works & Research Grant Recipient; Exhibition of work Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Society Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematical Honor Society Excellence in Mathematics Awards – Differential Equations; Abstract Algebra; Applied Mathematics Design – Revit, Rhino 3D, AutoCAD, 3DS Max, Project Vasari, V-Ray, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Sketching Fabrication – 3D Printer, Laser Cutter, Hand Modeling, Ceramics, Metalworking


Contents: 1.0

Urban Housing

2.0

Urban Infill

3.0

IMAGE Archive

4.0

Community Center

5.0

NYC Waterfront Competion

6.0

Video Installation


1.0 UrbanHousing Los Angeles, CA


40,000,000 35,000,000 30,000,000 25,000,000 Los Angeles City 20,000,000

Los Angeles County California

15,000,000 10,000,000 5,000,000 0 1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010


Epps House (University Park) Building Footprint 1,783 sf Unit Size 1,400 sf Lot Size 7,222 sf Lot Coverage 25% Housing Units 1 Density 6 du/acre

Exploded Axon

Building Massing

Public Section

Private

Semi-Public

Section Public Section

Private

Semi-Public

Id Ego Super-ego

Program Analysis

25% Lot Coverage

Circulation

Unit Plan

Id Ego

Id

Super-ego

Ego Super-ego

Program Analysis

Program Analysis

25% Lot Coverage

50% Circulation

Lot Coverage


Museum Tower (Downtown LA) Building Footprint 11,000 sf. Lot Size 22,000 sf. Lot Coverage 67% Housing Units 217 Density 473 du/acre

Exploded Axon

Public

Semi-Public

Private

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2f Id

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Floor Plans & Program Analysis

Ego

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Super-ego

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Private

67% Circulation

Lot Coverage

Building Massing

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Housing Units 91 units micro units

63 units

corner suites 28 units

single rm 1 bath 370 sf no wash no balc

40 units townhomes

14 units

two-story units

22 units

total

=

167 units (~50du/acre)

2 bdrm 725 sf 1 bath no wash no balc

2 bdrm 1 bath 830 sf no wash no balc

1 bdrm 1 bath 650 sf no wash no balc

1 bdrm 1 bath 600 sf no wash no balc

3 bdrm 2 bath 1600 sf wash balc

1 bdrm 1 bath 1000 sf wash balc

2 bdrm 2 bath 1000 sf wash balc

2 bdrm 1 bath 800 sf no wash balc

1 bdrm 1 bath 575 sf no wash balc

1 bdrm 1 bath 7000 sf wash balc

1 bdrm 1 bath 625 sf wash balc

1 bdrm 1 bath 700 sf wash balc

2 bdrm 1 bath 625 sf wash balc


two-story units & town-homes

2 bdrm 2.5 bath 1000 sf wash balc

2 bdrm 2.5 bath 1250 sf wash balc

3 bdrm 3.5 bath 1700 sf wash no balc

3 bdrm 3.5 bath 2350 sf wash balc 2 bdrm 2.5 bath 1250 sf wash no balc

3 bdrm 3.5 bath 1800 sf wash balc

3 bdrm 3.5 bath 2700 sf wash no balc

3 bdrm 3.5 bath 2700 sf wash balc


2.0 Gallery/Black Box Theatre Syracuse, NY


EXHIBITION

EXCHANGE

SERVICE

ASSEMBLY

OVERLAY


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3.0 IMAGE Architectural Video Archive Florence, Italy


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RF Office & Archive

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Bar

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Theatre

Lobby

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Store

Tix

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W.C.

Video Prod.

Theatre

Lobby

Theatre

Class. Class. Class.

Conf.

Conf. Cafe W.C.

W.C.


4.0 Community Center Syracuse, NY


Racquetball Court

Lounge Reception

Racquetball Court

Tennis Courts -17.5’

Daycare Dance Studio

Sauna

Racquetball Court

Open Courtyard

Men’s Locker Room Racquetball Court

Fitness Center

Dance Studio

Daycare

Up

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-15’ Up

-7.5’

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Down Up

Mech.

Mech. WC

Women’s Locker Room Daycare

Sauna

WC

Daycare

Auditorium -5’

Up

Basketball Cou

Basketball Courts

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Swimming Pool

-17.5’

-29.5’

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Home

Guest

40

Up

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Kitchen Fitness Center +15’

Tennis Courts (Below) -17.5’

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Multipurpose Room

Multipurpose Room Below

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Up

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Reception Below

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Reception

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Patio +10’

Basketball Courts (Below)

Main Office Conference

Down

urts (Below) WC Up

WC +10’

Running Track

Meeting Pool (Below)

Basketball Courts (Below)

-17.5’

Pool (Below)

-15’

Meeting

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+10’

Meeting Down

Patio +10’

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Conference

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Library Down

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2ND FLOOR PLAN


5.0 Re-Imagining the Waterfront

12’

45’

New York, NY

15 degrees

17’

25’

13.5

8’

3.5


5’

5’

74 Ft. Turning Radius

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Type of bikeway

Best use

Motor vehicle design speed

Traffic volume

Classification or intended use

Other considerations

Shared use path:

Linear corridors in greenways, or along waterways, highways, active or abandoned rail lines, utility rights-of-way, unused rightsof-way. May be a short connection, such as a pathway connector between two cul-de-sacs, or a longer connection.

n/a

n/a

Provides a separated path for nonmotorized users

Analyze intersections to anticipate and mitigate conflicts between path and roadway users. Design path with all users in mind, wide enough to accommodate expected usage. On-road alternatives may be desired for advanced riders who desire a more direct facility that accommodates higher speeds

independent corridor

Turn Radius Equation R = (0.067V²/tanθ where : R V θ

= = = =

minimum radius of curvature (ft) design speed (mph) lean angle from the verticle (degrees)

Design Speed Minimum* Standard Downhill

14 18 - 20 30

74 Ft. Turning Radius

Post mounted sign or other traffic control device

Turn Radius Chart US Customary Design Speed (mph) Minimum Radius (ft) 12 27 14 36 16 47 18 60 20 74 25 115 30 166 Path Measurements 10 - 15' 2 - 5' 1 - 2% 17' 42 - 48" 36" 15' 5 - 25 lux ≥ 3' ≥ 2'

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Edge of shared use path

* 6:1 maximum slope ** More if necessary to meet anticipated volumes and mix of users

C

B

A

A = 42 - 48 in B = 42 in C = 36 in

To maintain efficieny and speed minumum turning radii are used at entrances and exits as well to limit congestion. The plazas created by the necessary diameter also provide opportunities for rest stops and viewing platforms.

CITROËN

Vertical Clearance Graded shoulder Path Grade Height of Bridge Guard Rail Handlebar Rail Light height Light Intensity Distance From Tree Distance from Sign

Not Less Than 4 ft

1.25 miles3.75 minutes @20 mph 25 minutes @ 3mph 0.9 min 0.3 miles6 min @ @ 20 mph 3 mph

Frame 5

Frame 4

Exit 90

Frame 7

Bus: M32, M86 Asphalt Green Carl Schurz Park Gracie Mansion Yankee Ferry Pier

Frame 6

Frame 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Frame 7 Exit 78

Bus: M15, M31, M79 John Jay Park Eastside Middle School The Town School

Exit 71

Bus: M15, M31, M66 St Catherines Park Cornell Medical Center Rockafeller University

Exit 63

Bus: M31, M57 Queensborough Bridge Roosevelt Island Tramway

0.4 x 2 = 2.4 min 0.8 miles@ 16 min 20 mph @ 3 mp h


A

B Limited Access

Open Access

Connects 5 Parks Along East River Entry/Exit Limited to Parks & Ped Bridges Elevated path without at-gtade intersections “Quickest Route from A to B

C

8’

17’

5’

15’

3.5’

Exit 111

Bus: M15, BX 15, M35, M60, M100 Subway: 4,5,6,6X Robert F Kennedy Bridge New York Public Library Touro College

Exit 125

3.0 mi

4.5 mi

BYPASS mph 20

12’ 45’

25’

SHOULDER

le- s @ Mi inute 6 .6 8 m 9 1.

13.5 ’

5’

150

Bus: M15, M116 Subway: 4, 6, 6X Jefferson Park Franklin High School PS 102

Exit 102

Frame 1

B

V3

Bus: M15, M106 Ward’s Island Bridge Wilson Community Center 107 St Pier

Frame 2

SPEEDWAY

TRANSIT (FAST LANE)

A

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.6 miles -1.8 minutes @ 20mph 12 minutes @ 3mph ph

3m 15 m 13 ile mi loo nu p tes ) @

Hugs East River Shoreline Ease of Access Along Route Path Splits & Wonders To Take Advantage of Site Designed for Observation of Landscape

CITROËN

.5 milesmph 1.5 min @ 20 3 mph 10 minutes @

The angled piers serve as structural support, electrical infrastructure as well as signage. Furthermore the spiked pier is repeated as a design motif throughout The Bypass While 15 feet is the suggested minimum for SUPs when under strict constraints they can reduce to 8 ft for short durations mile .65 h p 20m @ s te inu

PARKWAY

LEISURE (SLOW LANE)


6.0 London Olympics Video Installation London, UK


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Fly on Wall

Concept Development

Credit: JC Davis

Concept Development

Credit: JC Davis

6 feet

5 feet

Distance From Water 5 feet

Distance From Fence 6 feet

Surface

People

Audio Peaks

paving bricks grass fence water

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Yannick Mathews

Address 719 Clarendon Street, Syracuse, NY 13210 Mobile 206.898.3051 Email ymathews@gmail.com


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