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COMPLETED WORK

SEYBOLD PARKER

2012

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PRESERVATION

“GREEN HOUSING”

HOUSING +TRANSIT ORIENTEDDEVELOPMENT critic: DOUGLAS GAUTHIER pages 3 - 16

“SAHA STARTUP”

HOUSING +HISTORICPRESERVATION critics:CRAIG KONYK +ANTHONYTUNG pages 17 - 26

“UNDER OVER OUT”

TRANSPORTATIONINFRASTRUCTURE+PUBLICSPACE critics:JUERGEN MAYER+ MARCKUSHNER pages 27 - 40

“FLEX TRUSS” + “SYMBIOS”

RETROFIT +PARAMETRICS(COLUMBIABUILDING INTELLIGENCE PROGRAM) critic:SCOTT MARBLE pages 41 - 46, 47 - 52

“MUSEUM FOR CONTEXTUAL DISPLAY”

MUSEUM + HISTORIC PRESERVATION critic:JANETTE KIM pages 53 - 62

“AIR LAB” + “RESEARCH CELL”

RESEARCHSPACE +ENVIRONMENT critic:YOSHIKO SATO pages 63 - 68, 69 - 73

ELECTIVES

pages 73 - 100

CORE STUDIO

GREEN HOUSING

CRITIC

DOUGLAS GAUTHIER

IN COLLABORATION WITH

ANNA OBRAZTSOVA

The program brief calls for a mixed use development with over 8000 residential units and 7 million SF of office and retail space. The proposed site and building plans focus on meeting these goals while radically increasing the amount of green space available for new and existing residents of Hoboken and Jersey City, who currently sit well below national standards for green space. The plan introduces two medium sized traditional parks, but also provides equitable access to green in non-traditional ways by integrating and interweaving the built and green space within each building.

The voronoi based grid is arranged around points of high value and attraction (parks and transportation hubs) such that access is provided from a multitude of directions, rather than a traditional square. The scheme links existing bicycle paths, while promoting a bicycle and pedestrian centered transportation network.

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STANDARD GRID VORONOI ATTRACTOR GRID

STANDARD

GRID

STANDARD GRID VORONOI ATTRACTOR GRID

VORONOI

ATTRACTOR GRID

RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL OPEN GREEN SPACE EXISTING
RESIDENTIAL
COMMERCIAL
OPEN GREEN SPACE
EXISTING

The unique block system consists of elevated plinths on a vornoi-based grid system. Each plinth has its corners pulled up or down to provide roof “green-space” access while maintaining commercial street continuity and preventing the “building-in-a-park” phenomenon. The elevated plinth system is built over a large portion of the active rail lines, but allows for light and air to permeate below through a variety of openings.

BICYCLE NETWORK LINKS UP JERSEY CITY + HOBOKEN ROUTES CREATES “BIKE HUBS” FOR SHARING +

BICYCLE NETWORK LINKS UP JERSEY CITY + HOBOKEN ROUTES CREATES “BIKE HUBS” FOR SHARING + PARKING

VEHICLE NETWORK CAR CIRCULATION IS LIMITED TO LOCAL TRAFFIC NO THROUGH ACCESS

CIRCULATION IS LIMITED TO LOCAL TRAFFIC NO THROUGH ACCESS LIGHT RAIL NETWORK NEW STATION ADDED TO
CIRCULATION IS LIMITED TO LOCAL TRAFFIC NO THROUGH ACCESS LIGHT RAIL NETWORK NEW STATION ADDED TO

LIGHT RAIL NETWORK NEW STATION ADDED TO SERVE SW CORNER ENTIRE PLAN WITHIN 7 MINUTE WALK TO STATION

PARK NETWORK TWO MAJOR PARKS ADDED WATERFRONT IN HOBOKEN + JERSEY CITY LINKED

ENTIRE PLAN WITHIN 7 MINUTE WALK TO STATION PARK NETWORK TWO MAJOR PARKS ADDED WATERFRONT IN
public housing disconnected unengaged under-used old neighborhood single block high rise disconnected private
public housing disconnected unengaged under-used old neighborhood single block high rise disconnected private
public housing disconnected unengaged under-used old neighborhood single block high rise disconnected private
public housing disconnected unengaged under-used old neighborhood single block high rise disconnected private
public housing disconnected unengaged under-used old neighborhood single block high rise disconnected private
public housing disconnected unengaged under-used old neighborhood single block high rise disconnected private

public housing

disconnected

unengaged

under-used

old neighborhood

single block

high rise

disconnected

private

private

concentrated

serves low density

disengaged at street

hierarchical

disconnected

EXISTING URBAN GREEN TYPOLOGIES FOR HOBOKEN + JERSEY CITY

EXISTING URBAN GREEN TYPOLOGIES FOR HOBOKEN + JERSEY CITY BUILDINGS in the PARK + = BUILDINGS

BUILDINGS in the PARK

+

TYPOLOGIES FOR HOBOKEN + JERSEY CITY BUILDINGS in the PARK + = BUILDINGS around the PARK
TYPOLOGIES FOR HOBOKEN + JERSEY CITY BUILDINGS in the PARK + = BUILDINGS around the PARK

=

BUILDINGS around the PARK

PARK in the BUILDING

NEW LOGIC FOR INTRODUCING GREEN SPACE TO BUILDING

TOPOGRAPHIC PLINTH MODEL

TOPOGRAPHIC PLINTH MODEL

TYPICAL RAISED PLINTH WITH COMMERCIAL TENANT AT BASE

TYPICAL RAISED PLINTH WITH COMMERCIAL TENANT AT BASE

modifed cell inverse = circulation core housing circulation core supports flexible aggregation sub +

modifed cell

inverse = circulation

core housing circulation

core supports

flexible aggregation

sub + superterranean

interfaces with street

floorplates

across cells

interfaces with street floorplates across cells pulled floorplates = new green space shared and private
interfaces with street floorplates across cells pulled floorplates = new green space shared and private

pulled floorplates = new green space

across cells pulled floorplates = new green space shared and private greenspace NORTH SOUTH vary depth

shared and private greenspace

NORTH SOUTH
NORTH
SOUTH

vary depth of floorplates to optimize natrual light

SOUTH vary depth of floorplates to optimize natrual light double light exposure for each unit TOWER

double light exposure for each unit

TOWER MORPHOLOGY

light double light exposure for each unit TOWER MORPHOLOGY each unit gains access to green space

each unit gains access to green space + light

Each housing building is built above a plinth, from a structural core that is a geometrical inverse of each block. The plinth supports a green roof accessible to the public and commercial storefront space below.

The cores are linked from block to block, creating an interconnected mega-structure, while maintaining individual differences. The structural core is open air and supports cantilevered floors above the plinth that contain apartments. Integrated through the core and apartment floors are a system of vertical gardens and multi-story green floors. Each vertical garden is cut through the building such that it not only provides green space to residents, but also visual green space to adjacent buildings.

TYPES OF GREEN NATURAL VISUAL SYNTHETIC TEMPERED
TYPES OF GREEN NATURAL VISUAL SYNTHETIC TEMPERED
TYPES OF GREEN NATURAL VISUAL SYNTHETIC TEMPERED
TYPES OF GREEN NATURAL VISUAL SYNTHETIC TEMPERED

TYPES OF GREEN

NATURAL VISUAL
NATURAL
VISUAL

SYNTHETIC

TEMPERED

WET-CORE ARRANGEMENT
WET-CORE ARRANGEMENT
2’ - 0” 0’ - 6” 16’ - 0” 20’-30’
2’ - 0”
0’ - 6”
16’ - 0”
20’-30’

STRUCTURAL CORE

2’- 0

2 BR 1+ BR STUDIO
2 BR
1+ BR
STUDIO

UNIT DISTRIBUTION ON A TYPICAL FLOOR

ADVANCED STUDIO + HISTORIC PRESERVATION

THE PALESTINIAN PROJECT - “SAHA STARTUP”

CRITICS

CRAIG KONYK + ANTHONY TUNG

The Palestinian Project was design and historic preservation studio that sought to take a nearly abandoned historic village, Deir Ghassana, located in the West Bank of Palestine and introduce a revitalizing architectural program to the “Saha”, or central village square.

The intervention proposed in “Saha Start Up” is a high-tech startup incubator space that offers flexible offices for fledgling tech companies within the abandoned 18th century courtyard houses. Additionally, new, ultra-modern housing is constructed to float on top of the existing stone structures. The proposed project offers Palestinian students and entrepreneurs a 24-hour space in which they can learn, innovate and live.

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ABANDONED SAHA DEIR GHASSANA, WEST BANK

ABANDONED SAHA DEIR GHASSANA, WEST BANK

DAMASCUS SYRIA DIER GHASSANEH PALESTINE NABULUS 11 MILES TEL AVIV BIRZEIT UNIVERSITY RAMALLAH AMMAN 5
DAMASCUS
SYRIA
DIER GHASSANEH
PALESTINE
NABULUS
11 MILES
TEL AVIV
BIRZEIT UNIVERSITY
RAMALLAH
AMMAN
5 MILES
JERUSALEM
RAMALLAH
GAZA
JORDAN
ISRAEL
NEW Kindergarden Enlarged Saha Administration Guest House Auditorium Music School 1 2 4 Women's Center
NEW
Kindergarden
Enlarged Saha
Administration
Guest House
Auditorium
Music
School
1
2
4
Women's Center
Store
Historic
exhibit/shop
3
Moved Women’s
NEW Bus
Clinic
Transportation
Depot
Cafe
NEW Women’s
Entrepreneurship Center
Store

SITE PLAN INTERVENTIONS

EXISTING COURTYARDS HOUSING ON UPPER LEVELS OFFICE SPACE ON LOWER LEVELS

EXISTING COURTYARDS

HOUSING ON UPPER LEVELS OFFICE SPACE ON LOWER LEVELS
HOUSING ON UPPER LEVELS
OFFICE SPACE ON LOWER LEVELS
NEW HOUSING + INFRASTRUCTURE INSERTION
NEW HOUSING + INFRASTRUCTURE INSERTION

NEW HOUSING + INFRASTRUCTURE INSERTION

LOWER LEVEL ENTRANCE SAMPLE SECTION UPPER LEVEL LOOKING INTO COURTYARD

LOWER LEVEL ENTRANCE

LOWER LEVEL ENTRANCE SAMPLE SECTION UPPER LEVEL LOOKING INTO COURTYARD

SAMPLE SECTION

UPPER LEVEL LOOKING INTO COURTYARD
UPPER LEVEL
LOOKING INTO COURTYARD
GROUND LEVEL START-UP OFFICE SPACE UPPER LEVEL HOUSING + COMMON SPACE

GROUND LEVEL START-UP OFFICE SPACE

GROUND LEVEL START-UP OFFICE SPACE UPPER LEVEL HOUSING + COMMON SPACE

UPPER LEVEL HOUSING + COMMON SPACE

ADVANCED STUDIO

UNDER OVER OUT / EXPERIMENTS IN MOTION

CRITICS

JUERGEN MAYER+ MARCKUSHNER

UNDER OVER OUT was sited at the base of the Williamsburg Bridge in Manhattan, and includes an abandoned subterranean trolley station known as the Delancey Underground. As a major entry point to the east side of Manhattan, the site is known as a notoriously dangerous intersection of cars, bicyclists and pedestrians

This project examined the infrastructure priorities of the city over the past 100 years and sought to reorder them such that pedestrian and bicycle gained primacy. The result is a new type of experiential infrastructure that does more than provide a path from point A to B. This new “pedestrian cloverleaf” connects the bridge to sidewalks and bike lanes without interference from automobiles. The manipulation of the ground plane creates new public spaces that provide a variety of vantage points from which one can observe the moving city - all out of space that was once only the domain of the car.

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WILLIAMSBURG BRIDGE ENTRANCE - 1909 WILLIAMSBURG BRIDGE ENTRANCE - 2012

WILLIAMSBURG BRIDGE ENTRANCE - 1909

WILLIAMSBURG BRIDGE ENTRANCE - 1909 WILLIAMSBURG BRIDGE ENTRANCE - 2012

WILLIAMSBURG BRIDGE ENTRANCE - 2012

WHY SHOULD CARS HAVE ALL THE FUN?
WHY SHOULD CARS HAVE ALL THE FUN?
WHY SHOULD CARS HAVE ALL THE FUN?
WHY SHOULD CARS HAVE ALL THE FUN?
WHY SHOULD CARS HAVE ALL THE FUN?
WHY SHOULD CARS HAVE ALL THE FUN?
WHY SHOULD CARS HAVE ALL THE FUN?
WHY SHOULD CARS HAVE ALL THE FUN?
WHY SHOULD CARS HAVE ALL THE FUN?
WHY SHOULD CARS HAVE ALL THE FUN?
WHY SHOULD CARS HAVE ALL THE FUN?
WHY SHOULD CARS HAVE ALL THE FUN?
WHY SHOULD CARS HAVE ALL THE FUN?
WHY SHOULD CARS HAVE ALL THE FUN?
WHY SHOULD CARS HAVE ALL THE FUN?
WHY SHOULD CARS HAVE ALL THE FUN?
WHY SHOULD CARS HAVE ALL THE FUN?
WHY SHOULD CARS HAVE ALL THE FUN?
WHY SHOULD CARS HAVE ALL THE FUN?
DANGEROUS BRIDGE ACCESS POINT
DANGEROUS BRIDGE ACCESS POINT
DANGEROUS BRIDGE ACCESS POINT
DANGEROUS BRIDGE ACCESS POINT
DANGEROUS BRIDGE ACCESS POINT
DANGEROUS BRIDGE ACCESS POINT
DANGEROUS BRIDGE ACCESS POINT
DANGEROUS BRIDGE ACCESS POINT

CONNECT PEDESTRIAN AND BIKE ROUTES

CONNECT PEDESTRIAN AND BIKE ROUTES VOID SPACE BETWEEN PATHS CONNECT TO SUBWAY PUSH AND PULL GROUND
CONNECT PEDESTRIAN AND BIKE ROUTES VOID SPACE BETWEEN PATHS CONNECT TO SUBWAY PUSH AND PULL GROUND

VOID SPACE BETWEEN PATHS

CONNECT TO SUBWAY PUSH AND PULL GROUND PLANE

BETWEEN PATHS CONNECT TO SUBWAY PUSH AND PULL GROUND PLANE WEAVE CAR TRAFFIC AS SECONDARY PATH
BETWEEN PATHS CONNECT TO SUBWAY PUSH AND PULL GROUND PLANE WEAVE CAR TRAFFIC AS SECONDARY PATH

WEAVE CAR TRAFFIC AS SECONDARY PATH

NEW INFRASTRUCTURE LOGIC

VIEW FROM SOUTHERN SIDE OF DELANCEY

VIEW FROM SOUTHERN SIDE OF DELANCEY

NORTH SOUTH SECTION WEST EAST SECTION

NORTH SOUTH SECTION

NORTH SOUTH SECTION WEST EAST SECTION

WEST EAST SECTION

NORTH SOUTH SECTION WEST EAST SECTION
APPLYING THE EXPERIENTIAL INFRASTRUCTURE ACROSS MANHATTAN

APPLYING THE EXPERIENTIAL INFRASTRUCTURE ACROSS MANHATTAN

ADVANCED STUDIO

COLUMBIA BUILDING INTELLIGENCE PROJECT ELEMENT DESIGN “FLEXTRUSS”

CRITIC

SCOTTMARBLE

The FLEXTRUSS is a CATIA based parametric element designed to be applied to a wide range of existing buildings. It seeks to provide an inexpensive, rapidly deployable facade retrofit that can be easily configured to multiple uses and appearances. The facade is meant to be hung from the roof such that it does not incur major structural changes to the existing facade.

The element is made up of a grid of interlocking cables and pipes which resemble the structure of a lightweight space truss. The FLEXTRUSS affords a high degree of flexibility in its configuration and may provide a green roof, inhabitable balconies, garden planters, solar shading, an insulative facade or simply may serve as a stand-alone host for other elements.

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EARLY FACADE STUDIES IN CATIA
EARLY FACADE STUDIES IN CATIA
EARLY FACADE STUDIES IN CATIA
EARLY FACADE STUDIES IN CATIA

EARLY FACADE STUDIES IN CATIA

cable in tension ROOF TRUSS ROOF-TRUSS pipes in compression FACADE-TRUSS FACADE TRUSS facade tiebacks
cable in
tension
ROOF TRUSS
ROOF-TRUSS
pipes in
compression
FACADE-TRUSS
FACADE TRUSS
facade tiebacks

DOUBLE FLEX TRUSS ELEMENT CONCEPT

AGGREGATED AS DOUBLE SKIN

pt4 pt3 pt2 pt1
pt4
pt3
pt2
pt1

POINTS ON ROOF OR FACADE CREATED

pt4 pt3 pt2 pt1 POINTS ON ROOF OR FACADE CREATED BASE FRAME PLACED is_balcony=true midptleft=42in midpt_z=36in

BASE FRAME PLACED

is_balcony=true midptleft=42in midpt_z=36in deptho est=80in
is_balcony=true
midptleft=42in
midpt_z=36in
deptho est=80in

DESIGN OBJECTIVE INPUTS ADDED

midptleft=42in midpt_z=36in deptho est=80in DESIGN OBJECTIVE INPUTS ADDED UNIT ITERATIONS AGGREGATED FACADE ITERATIONS

UNIT ITERATIONS

midptleft=42in midpt_z=36in deptho est=80in DESIGN OBJECTIVE INPUTS ADDED UNIT ITERATIONS AGGREGATED FACADE ITERATIONS

AGGREGATED FACADE ITERATIONS

ADVANCED STUDIO

COLUMBIA BUILDING INTELLIGENCE PROJECT BUILDING STRATEGY - “SYMBIOS”

CRITIC

SCOTTMARBLE

IN COLLABORATION WITH

CHRIS GEIST + MARY MCCONNELL

The SYMBIOS is a building strategy applied to an ubiquitous New York building located at 96th Street and Broadway in Manhattan. While the building is plagued by high solar heat gains and a poorly insulated facade, it offers a unique opportunity to retrofit as it carries an unbuilt FAR of 5.0.

The SYMBIOS strategy capitalizes on the buildable space without incurring major changes to the original structure. Using the arsenal of elements available in the BUILDING INTELLIGENCE PROJECT, the SYMBIOS makes small scale changes on the existing building and big, bold moves on a new upper building.

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EXISTING BUILDING 96TH STREET & BROADWAY The new structure is built out of the lower

EXISTING BUILDING 96TH STREET & BROADWAY

The new structure is built out of the lower building’s existing light shaft, by inserting a main structural core in the center. The two buildings operate structurally separately, but share an exchange zone where the two meet. By linking the buildings through this parametric zone, changes made on the top or bottom building can immediately be reflected within this zone. Additionally, each iteration of the building can be measured based on a custom parametricly linked score-card, such that building changes can easily be quantified.

such that building changes can easily be quantified. ORIGINAL BUILDING NEW FACADE AVAILABLE FAR NEW CORE

ORIGINAL BUILDING

building changes can easily be quantified. ORIGINAL BUILDING NEW FACADE AVAILABLE FAR NEW CORE NEW STRUCTURE

NEW FACADE

building changes can easily be quantified. ORIGINAL BUILDING NEW FACADE AVAILABLE FAR NEW CORE NEW STRUCTURE

AVAILABLE FAR

building changes can easily be quantified. ORIGINAL BUILDING NEW FACADE AVAILABLE FAR NEW CORE NEW STRUCTURE

NEW CORE

building changes can easily be quantified. ORIGINAL BUILDING NEW FACADE AVAILABLE FAR NEW CORE NEW STRUCTURE

NEW STRUCTURE

building changes can easily be quantified. ORIGINAL BUILDING NEW FACADE AVAILABLE FAR NEW CORE NEW STRUCTURE

EXCHANGE ZONE

 

FLOOR PLATE

WATER POCKET

HOT BOX

GENERATOR

PLAZA MAKER

LIGHT VOID CREATOR

  FLOOR PLATE WATER POCKET HOT BOX GENERATOR PLAZA MAKER LIGHT VOID CREATOR
ITERATION ONE BASE CASE ITERATION TWO MAXIMIZING NATURAL LIGHT
ITERATION ONE
BASE CASE
ITERATION TWO
MAXIMIZING
NATURAL LIGHT
ITERATION THREE MAXIMIZING SHARED SPACE
ITERATION THREE
MAXIMIZING SHARED
SPACE
ITERATION FOUR MAXIMIZING TOP/BOTTOM SEPARATION
ITERATION FOUR
MAXIMIZING TOP/BOTTOM
SEPARATION

CORE STUDIO II

MUSEUM OF CONTEXTUAL DISPLAY

CRITIC

JANETTE KIM

The Museum of Contextual Display (MCD), located on the Bowery in New York City, incorporates four different traditional gallery display types and juxtaposes them against one another. Recognizing that our understanding of art is influenced by how it is displayed, the museum seeks to challenge our conceptions of value by presenting the same artist’s work within four different gallery types: Fine Art, Diorama, Curio and Commercial.

This experience is especially pronounced within the “X-Space” – the area of circulation ramps and stairs that pass between each of the four original structures. The viewers’ reactions to art are challenged by rapidly shifting the juxtaposition of artwork throughout the museum.

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EL MUSEO DEL BARRIO Taino Culture, Puerto Rico, Belt (Cinturon), A.D. 1200-1500. puerto rican local
EL
MUSEO
DEL
BARRIO
Taino Culture, Puerto Rico,
Belt (Cinturon), A.D. 1200-1500.
puerto rican local art museum
pan-latino local museum
Marcos Dimas. Lolita Lebron:
Puerto Rican Freedom Fighter. 1971
pre-columbian taino museum
TAINO
FOLK ART
HIGH
YES
Carmen Herrera,
Red on Red (Raja sabre raja), 1959.
< 1500
ART
neighborhood activist/history museum
PUERTO RICAN
FINE ART
LOW
high profile latino art museum
Gregorio Marzan,
Jirafa rayada (Striped Giraffe), c. 1980.
> 1900
ARTIFACT
NO
OTHER LATIN
OTHER
OTHER
latino folk
art museum
DATE CREATED
ETHNICITY OF
CREATOR
ART/ARTIFACT
FOLK/FINE
HISTORICAL
CONTEXT
NEEDED
ARTIST
PROFILE
(ARTNET.COM)
TRADITIONSPOPULAR
THEANDARTFOLK
NEO-BAROQUE
(ARTNET.COM) TRADITIONSPOPULAR THEANDARTFOLK NEO-BAROQUE Freddy Rodriguez, Homage to Tony Pena (Homenaje a Tony

Freddy Rodriguez, Homage to Tony Pena (Homenaje a Tony Jena), 2005,

Rodriguez, Homage to Tony Pena (Homenaje a Tony Jena), 2005, EL MUSEO DEL ? pan latino/
EL MUSEO DEL ? pan latino/ high profile latino art museum puerto rican local/ neighborhood
EL
MUSEO
DEL
?
pan latino/
high profile latino art museum
puerto rican local/
neighborhood activist museum
pre-columbian taino museum
puerto rican local/
neighborhood activist/
high profile latino art museum
puerto rican local/
pan latino local/ high profile latino/
latino folk art museum
puerto rican local/
pan latino local/
latino folk art musuem
pan latino local/
high profile latino art museum
puerto rican local/
pan latino local/
high profile latino art museum
puerto rican local/
pan latino local/
high profile latino art museum
puerto rican local/
pan latino local/
high profile latino art museum
New York City’s El Museo Del Barrio provided a study of a museum going through
New York City’s El Museo Del Barrio provided a study of a museum going
through a gradual shift in its identity. The museum can be viewed in a variety
of different contexts depending on criteria such as grouping of objects.
SHIFTING IDENTITIES ABSTRACT MODEL

SHIFTING IDENTITIES ABSTRACT MODEL

STUDY MODEL FOR CURIO AND DIORAMA STUDY MODEL FOR STRUCTURAL FOAM

STUDY MODEL FOR CURIO AND DIORAMA

STUDY MODEL FOR CURIO AND DIORAMA STUDY MODEL FOR STRUCTURAL FOAM

STUDY MODEL FOR STRUCTURAL FOAM

The 100-year-old buildings are sliced apart and connected such that visitors to each gallery are

The 100-year-old buildings are sliced apart and connected such that visitors to each gallery are constantly visually reminded of the other gallery types.

VIEW FROM X-SPACE LOOKING TOWARD DIORAMA AND CURIO VIEW FROM X-SPACE LOOKING TOWARD TRADITIONAL GALLERIES

VIEW FROM X-SPACE LOOKING TOWARD DIORAMA AND CURIO

VIEW FROM X-SPACE LOOKING TOWARD DIORAMA AND CURIO VIEW FROM X-SPACE LOOKING TOWARD TRADITIONAL GALLERIES

VIEW FROM X-SPACE LOOKING TOWARD TRADITIONAL GALLERIES

FINE ART DISPLAY

Artist works presented as a thing of intrinsic value, curated with a narrative in mind

CURIO/DIME MUSEUM

Art is displayed as an exotic object or spectacle, next to other non-related curiosities.

object or spectacle, next to other non-related curiosities. COMMERCIAL GALLERY Art is grouped together by artist,

COMMERCIAL GALLERY

Art is grouped together by artist, with commercialization as the prime motivation

DIORAMA SETTING

Art is displayed within a constructed “natural” environment

ART MUSEUM GALLERIES CURIOCURIO GALLERIEGALLERIE ART MUSEUM GALLERIES CURIOCURIO GALLERIEGALLERIES X-SPACX-SPACE
ART MUSEUM GALLERIES
CURIOCURIO GALLERIEGALLERIE
ART MUSEUM GALLERIES
CURIOCURIO GALLERIEGALLERIES
X-SPACX-SPACE
CURIOCURIO GALLERIEGALLERIES
ART MUSEUM GALLERIES
CURIO GALLERIES
CURIO GALLERIES
ART MUSEUM GALLERIES
STORAGE
STAFF
CURATOR
CURATOR
PUBLIC
X-SPACE
UNDERGROUND
LAVATORY
OFFICE
OFFICE
MEETING ROOM
BAR/CAFE
CURIO GALLERIES

Structurally, the museum incorporates the four existing structures of the site to house each of the four galleries, selectively using pieces of each structure without regard for historic preservation.

Spacious white walls greet the user in the traditional galleries, however the experience changes as the visitor moves east. Structural foam was introduced as a way to create unique environments for display of artwork, especially within the Curio and Diorama galleries, and provide additional continuity throughout the museum.

CORE STUDIO I

AIR LAB

CRITIC

YOSHIKO SATO

The proposed AIRLAB provides research laboratory space in a highly visible location along New York City’s recently opened High Line Park.

The serpentine shape of the building intersects with both the High Line and the sidewalks of 10th Avenue and adds a much needed access point to the park. Public circulation between the street and park is obtained by cutting through the building. As the public filters through the building, they are exposed to interactive exhibit spaces and event halls.

The AIRLAB retains a level of privacy for research activities due to its elevation from the street level, while the orientation of roof fins maximize southern exposure collect solar rays for power generation and direct water for use in grey water systems.

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10TH AVENUE HIGH LINE
10TH AVENUE
HIGH LINE

The circulation to the High Line draws pedestrians through the AIRLAB’s public areas and into the park, much like building’s the air-filtering facade draws particulate pollution from the heavily trafficked street and buffers the High Line Park to the west.

WEST - EAST SECTION

WEST - EAST SECTION

SOUTH-FACING ROOF FINS ABSORB SOLAR ENERGY & COLLECT RAIN WATER DOUBLE SKIN FACADE FILTERS DIRTY

SOUTH-FACING ROOF FINS ABSORB SOLAR ENERGY & COLLECT RAIN WATER

ROOF FINS ABSORB SOLAR ENERGY & COLLECT RAIN WATER DOUBLE SKIN FACADE FILTERS DIRTY AIR &
ROOF FINS ABSORB SOLAR ENERGY & COLLECT RAIN WATER DOUBLE SKIN FACADE FILTERS DIRTY AIR &

DOUBLE SKIN FACADE FILTERS DIRTY AIR & BUFFERS HIGH LINE PARK

LOCATION NEW YORK CITY
LOCATION NEW YORK CITY
LOCATION NEW YORK CITY
LOCATION NEW YORK CITY
LOCATION NEW YORK CITY
LOCATION NEW YORK CITY
LOCATION
NEW YORK CITY

CORE STUDIO I

CLIMATE RESEARCH CELL

CRITIC

YOSHIKO SATO

The proposed structure is a small air-quality research station to be manned by one researcher. Roughly the size of a city bus stop, the cell would be placed along the sidewalks of busy intersections in New York City. The cell utilizes a undulating double facade to naturally draw air in from the street side such that it can be monitored and filtered. The roof of the cell is articulated to collect rainwater and surface pollutants deposited. The roof and facade work in tandem to provide a buffer from traffic and protected waiting area for pedestrians.

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RAIN, PRECIPITATION DEPOSITED SOLAR GAIN PARTICULATE CLEAN AIR FILTER FILTERED WATER AIR INTAKE
RAIN, PRECIPITATION
DEPOSITED
SOLAR GAIN
PARTICULATE
CLEAN AIR
FILTER
FILTERED
WATER
AIR INTAKE
RAIN, PRECIPITATION DEPOSITED SOLAR GAIN PARTICULATE CLEAN AIR FILTER FILTERED WATER AIR INTAKE
RAIN, PRECIPITATION DEPOSITED SOLAR GAIN PARTICULATE CLEAN AIR FILTER FILTERED WATER AIR INTAKE

ELECTIVES

FORMWORKS pages 74 - 78

TECH V pages 79 - 86

TECH IV pages 87 - 90

MODULAR ARCHITECTURE pages 91 - 92

MESHING

page 93

ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING+ REPRESENTATIONI page 94

ULTRAREAL

page 95

FAST PACE /SLOWSPACE pages 96 - 99

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FORMWORKS

PRECAST CONCRETE FLATPACK PLANTER

CRITIC

JOSHDRAPER

IN COLLABORATION WITH

CHRISTOPHER GEIST, JENNIFERROMEO

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FORM WITH REINFORCEMENT

FORM ASSEMBLY

CONCRETE POUR

UNIT REMOVAL

FLAT PACK AGGREGATION AND ASSEMBLY

SINGLE UNIT SINGLE UNIT TWO TWO U N I T S U N I T
SINGLE UNIT SINGLE UNIT TWO TWO U N I T S U N I T

SINGLE UNIT

SINGLE UNIT

SINGLE UNIT SINGLE UNIT TWO TWO U N I T S U N I T S
SINGLE UNIT SINGLE UNIT TWO TWO U N I T S U N I T S
SINGLE UNIT SINGLE UNIT TWO TWO U N I T S U N I T S
SINGLE UNIT SINGLE UNIT TWO TWO U N I T S U N I T S
SINGLE UNIT SINGLE UNIT TWO TWO U N I T S U N I T S
SINGLE UNIT SINGLE UNIT TWO TWO U N I T S U N I T S

TWOTWO UNITSUNITS

FINAL ASSEMBLY

THREE UNITS HOOK TOGETHER

THREE UNITS

TO FORM ONE MODULE

PLACEMENT IN MORNINGSIDE PARK

PLACEMENT IN MORNINGSIDE PARK

TECH: TECH: V V “BRONX STUDIOS” CRITICS ANTON MARTINEZ, WINNIEKWAN IN COLLABORATION WITH: EVAN BAUER,

TECH: TECH: V V

“BRONX STUDIOS”

CRITICS

ANTON MARTINEZ, WINNIEKWAN

IN COLLABORATION WITH:

EVAN BAUER, GUSTAVO BONET, ANNA OBRAZTSOVA

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01. "FORCE BEAM" BRACED CONNECTION 02. STIFFENER PLATE 03. MAIN TRUSS MEMBER; W14 04. "ROD-TRUSS" CONNECTION 05. 6" DIA STEEL ROD 06. "BOLTED" CONNECTION 07. STEEL BEAM; W30 08. WELDED CONNECTION

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01. UPPER SLIDING TRACK BRACKET

02. SLIDING PARTITION

03. GLASS

04. PARTITION WHEELS

05. LOWER SLIDING TRACK BRACKET

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01. BOLTED MULLION CONNECTION

02. W6x12 STEEL MULLION STRUCTURE

03. STEEL ANGLE CATWALK SUPPORT

04. CONCRETE SLAB

05. 2"X1/2" ALUMINUM CATWALK SURFACE

06. 3/4" SPANDREL GLAZING

07. OUTER FACADE "T" STRUCTURE WELDED TO #2

08. STEEL MULLION SUPPORT

09. HORIZONTAL MULLION BEYOND

10. 3/4" DOUBLE GLAZED VISION PANEL

11. ALUMINUM CLIP-ON MULLION

12. IN FLOOR GRATING

13. FIN-TUBE RADIATION

14. 9" RAISED FLOOR SUPPORT

15. FIN-TUBE WATER SUPPLY & RETURN

16. VERTICAL MULLION

17. 3/4" DOUBLE GLAZED VISION PANEL

18. HORIZONTAL MULLION

19. SPANDREL GLAZING BEYOND

20. HORIZONTAL SPANDREL MULLION BEYOND 21. W6X12 STEEL MULLION

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NOTES

01. 6" DIA STEEL ROD 02. W30 BOLTED CONNECTION 03. SLIDING PARTITION TRACK; UPPER 04. SLIDING PARTITION 05. RAISED FLOOR CONDITION 06. SLIDING PARTITION TRACK; BOTTOM

 

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03. STEEL C-CHANEL

04. PIN CONNECTION

06. GLAZING PANEL

07. PIN BEARING PIVOT ELEMENT

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11. PIN CONNECTION

12. GLAZING PANEL

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16. PIN RECEIVING BRACKET IN MULLION

18. PIN BEARING PIVOT ELEMENT

20. PIN BEARING MOUNTING BRACKET

21. TOPPING SLAB

22. 5/8" DEEP DROPPED CEILING

23. DIAGONAL BRACING

24. EXTERIOR PAVING

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TECH IV: BUILDING ANALYSIS CORNING MUSEUM OF GLASS CRITIC JON PACHUTA IN COLLABORATION WITH: OMAR
TECH IV: BUILDING ANALYSIS CORNING MUSEUM OF GLASS CRITIC JON PACHUTA IN COLLABORATION WITH: OMAR

TECH IV: BUILDING ANALYSIS

CORNING MUSEUM OF GLASS

CRITIC

JON PACHUTA

IN COLLABORATION WITH:

OMAR MORALES-ARMSTRONG, ANNA OBRAZTSOVA, DARRYL ZUK

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roof structure hvac system roof trusses oor-to-ceiling columns upper oors (theater, galleries, ramps) glass
roof structure
hvac system
roof trusses
oor-to-ceiling columns
upper oors
(theater, galleries, ramps)
glass curtain wall
(mullion and spider- tting)
main oor (entry level)
structural support
for main oor
slab
(lower level - retail, cafe)
footings

EXPLODED VIEW OF BUILDING STRUCTURE, FACADE AND HVAC

BASE CLEVIS ASSEMBLY SPIDER FITTING ASSEMBLY SPIDER FITTING CURTAIN WALL ANALYSIS
BASE CLEVIS ASSEMBLY SPIDER FITTING ASSEMBLY SPIDER FITTING CURTAIN WALL ANALYSIS
BASE CLEVIS ASSEMBLY SPIDER FITTING ASSEMBLY SPIDER FITTING CURTAIN WALL ANALYSIS

BASE CLEVIS ASSEMBLY

BASE CLEVIS ASSEMBLY SPIDER FITTING ASSEMBLY SPIDER FITTING CURTAIN WALL ANALYSIS

SPIDER FITTING ASSEMBLY

SPIDER FITTING CURTAIN WALL ANALYSIS

MAIN CURTAIN WALL ANALYSIS HOLLOW MULLION TUBES VERTICAL MULLIONS UNITIZED INSULATING WINDOW ASSEMBLY MULLION CLIPS

MAIN CURTAIN WALL ANALYSIS

HOLLOW MULLION TUBES

VERTICAL MULLIONS

UNITIZED INSULATING WINDOW ASSEMBLY

MULLION CLIPS

TECH: MODULAR ARCHITECTURE CAIROTOWER CRITIC DAVID WALLANCE IN COLLABORATION WITH: KIM NGUYEN, OMAR MORALES-ARMSTRONG PAGE

TECH: MODULAR ARCHITECTURE

CAIROTOWER

CRITIC

DAVID WALLANCE

IN COLLABORATION WITH:

KIM NGUYEN, OMAR MORALES-ARMSTRONG

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SINGLE MODULE AND BALCONY
SINGLE MODULE
AND BALCONY

MODULE AGGREGATION AND UNIT BREAKDOWN

MESHING ORIGINAL GRASSHOPPERSCRIPTTOGENERATEA SPACE FRAME BETWEEN TWO SURFACES CRITIC ZACHDOWNEY PAGE 93

MESHING

ORIGINAL GRASSHOPPERSCRIPTTOGENERATEA SPACE FRAME BETWEEN TWO SURFACES

CRITIC

ZACHDOWNEY

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ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING AND REPRESENTATION II BAS-RELIEF STUDY CRITIC JENNIFER LEUNG PAGE 94
ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING AND REPRESENTATION II BAS-RELIEF STUDY CRITIC JENNIFER LEUNG PAGE 94
ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING AND REPRESENTATION II BAS-RELIEF STUDY CRITIC JENNIFER LEUNG PAGE 94

ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING AND REPRESENTATION II

BAS-RELIEF STUDY

CRITIC

JENNIFER LEUNG

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ULTRAREAL ATMOSPHERIC RENDERING “MEMORY” CRITICS KEVIN CIMINI, CHRISTOPHERHOXIE PAGE 95

ULTRAREAL

ATMOSPHERIC RENDERING “MEMORY”

CRITICS

KEVIN CIMINI, CHRISTOPHERHOXIE

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FAST PACE / SLOW SPACE “THENEON PROJECT”A PUBLICMEGA-FURNITURE INSTALLATION CRITICS BRIGETTE BORDERS, MARKBEARAK IN

FAST PACE / SLOW SPACE

“THENEON PROJECT”A PUBLICMEGA-FURNITURE INSTALLATION

CRITICS

BRIGETTE BORDERS, MARKBEARAK

IN COLLABORATION WITH:

GUSTAVOBONET,EVANBAUER,JESSTHOMAS,MARIARIZZOLO,KELSEYLENTS, MICHAELA METCALF, TOM MCKEOGH, ANNA OBRAZTSOVA,ALLISONROZWAT

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ROCKING PROFILES: EACH RIB IS BALANCED, BUT CAN BE ROCKED SEVERAL DEGREES TO CREATE A
ROCKING PROFILES:
EACH RIB IS BALANCED, BUT CAN BE ROCKED
SEVERAL DEGREES TO CREATE A PLAYFUL
AND RESPONSIVE STRUCTURE
CONNECTION DETAILS:
CONNECTION DETAILS:

EACH WEDGE IS HELD TOGETHER THROUGH A SIMPLE COMPRESSION CONNECTION USING A “TOGGLE” AND ELASTIC BAND. THIS ALLOWS FOR QUICK DISASSEMBLY AND MAXIMUM PLACEMENT FLEXIBILITY.

1.4

1.3

1.5

1.2

1.6

1.1

1.7

1.0

2.7

2.0

2.6

2.1

2.5

2.2

2.4

2.3

ROCKING RIB HDPE

ROCKING RIB - HDPE

CROSS BRACING STEEL

CROSS BRACING - STEEL

OUTER WEAVE CORD

OUTER WEAVE - CORD

INNER WEAVE NEON CORD

INNER WEAVE - CORD

EXPLODED WEDGES