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Portfolio

  1. 1. PORTFOLIO DESIGN WORK STEVEN ANLIOT
  2. 2. THRESHOLD Studio: Fall 2012 CONNECTING THE VOID Studio: Fall 2011 PUBLIC AMENITY NUMBER ONE Studio: Spring 2012 TEMPORARY BRICKWORK Mechanics of Graphic Design: Summer 2012 MOBIUS Applied Research Collective: Summer 2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS
  3. 3. THRESHOLD Located in Panyu, a rapidly growing suburb of Guangzhou , China, the project spans two separate sites that bookend an existing residential development. The project takes advantage of an existing residential corridor to provide a pedestrian link to the south site’s dense commercial strip and local mass transit systems. A mixed use program was developed in response to a lack of differentiation in Chinese residential typologies, where the reliance on high rise developments are the norm. Each site was developed with a unique identity corresponding to its individual demographic. Current residents of the south site are being relocated to the north site to make way for a new high end residential and commercial development. While each site seeks to create a specific identity, both sites engage with their surrounding context and use sectional variation as means to address issues of privacy in the dense urban fabric of Guangzhou.
  4. 4. 02 03 NORTH SITE 172,047 m² SOUTH SITE 210,301 m² EXISTING SITE PHOTOS SITE PLAN SCALE 1:3000
  5. 5. 02 03 NORTH SITE SITE APPROACH The north site is being developed to house current residents of the south site who are being displaced by the new development. The north site will include residential, retail, commercial, and educational spaces. The ground level is split between residential and the commercial space of the live/work units. Commercial space lines the boardwalk along the lake. The node of commercial space is the central communal living area of the site. It is a place where a temporary market can take place under the canopy structures. The perimeter is lined with the ground level of live/work units. The ground level is set back with an arcade like experience reflective of traditional Chinese architecture. At the center of the node is a public space with theater. Ground floor residential units line the remaining cell borders. A school for site residents is located at the western corner of the site. The second level of the north site predominately community space surrounded by live/work units along the cells perimeter. Tower sit within the cells boundaries as residents of both high rise and low rise residential share the open space of the cell center. Recreational activities and circulation are programed within these spaces. In addition to the live/work units there are also garden units that have small plots of private land along the border of the cell wall. A row of two story commercial spaces fills the space between cells. CIRCULATION - NORTH SCALE 1:6000 INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL CIVIC LEGEND PUBLIC CIRCULATION VEHICULAR CIRCULATION COMMUNITY CIRCULATION PLAN - NORTH 1ST FLOOR / SCALE 1:3000 PLAN - NORTH 2ND FLOOR / SCALE 1:3000 URBAN CONTEXT - NORTH SCALE 1:6000
  6. 6. 04 05 RENDER - NORTH RENDER - NORTH AERIAL VIEW - PLAZA AERIAL VIEW - BOARDWALK COMMUNITY PARKING SECTIONAL ACCESS DIAGRAM - NORTH BOARDWALK SECTION - NORTH COMMUNITY PARKING COMMUNITY PARKING NEIGHBORHOOD SECTION - NORTH
  7. 7. 06 07 SOUTH SITE SITE APPROACH The south site is a high end development offering luxury residential units, hotel units, dense commercial, and retail spaces. The sunken level of the south site is structured around the series of pedestrian paths running through the site one floor below grade. Light commercial spaces line the pedestrian path and provide needed amenities to both the residents of the site as well as residents of neighboring areas who pass through the site on their way to other destinations. Light commercial programs include small cafes, hair salons, daycare facilities, among many other small businesses providing amenities to local residents. Parking is located behind the commercial space and provides service access for businesses. The first level of the south site contains dense commercial space along the south and east edges of the site. The commercial strip is local destination for shopping and recreation and is seen as attracting people from beyond the site itself. In addition to the shopping, a 20 story hotel sits on the southern corner of the site. The first level is at grade and within the residential cells is the community space. A mixture of housing types, including five story low rise residential units and 33 story towers fill the ground level within the cells. CIRCULATION - SOUTH SCALE 1:6000 PLAN - SOUTH 1ST FLOOR / SCALE 1:3000 PLAN - SOUTH 2ND FLOOR / SCALE 1:3000 URBAN CONTEXT - SOUTH SCALE 1:6000
  8. 8. 08 09 COMMUNITY COMMUNITY PARKING COMMUNITY PARKING RENDER - SOUTH PARKING SUNKEN LEVEL SECTION - SOUTH RENDER - SOUTH COURTYARD INFIELD SUNKEN LEVEL NODE RETAIL COMMUNITY SECTION ACCESS DIAGRAM - SOUTH COMMUNITY COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL BUFFER ZONE SECTION - SOUTH
  9. 9. CONNECTING THE VOID Thanks to structural differences between Detroit, Michigan and Windsor, Ontario, an average exchange of 19,890 non-commercial vehicles exists on a daily basis. This exchange focuses on two categories; employment and people crossing the border for recreational purposes. Connecting the Void calls for the removal of all vehicular traffic from the Ambassador Bridge, with the volume of traffic that uses that crossing being diverted to the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel and the new bridge to the south. With the removal of this traffic, the existing plazas at either landing of the bridge, as well as the bridge itself, become vacant and thus re-programmable space. Given that health care coverage is free in Canada, and the funds for Detroit’s Public Library system are rapidly evaporating, the implementation of a new hospital and a regional public library can enhance these pre-existing flows.
  10. 10. 12 13 UNITED STATES SITE PARK For the Detroit side, the proposal calls for a regional hospital, which serves not only Detroit, but also the residents of Sandwich and Windsor. Asthma rates in the Detroit region are more than three ties the national average, with the major proponent being air pollution from not only the surrounding heavy industrial areas but also from the high volume of vehicular traffic across the Ambassador Bridge. With the same medical issues occurring at high rates in Sandwich, in conjunction with the high number of specialized health care practitioners commuting daily to Detroit for employment due to salary advantages, this hospital serves Canada as well, thus creating a flow. HIGHER ORDER TRANSIT 25 km/h BIKE 15-25 km/h PEDESTRIAN 5 km/h PEDESTRIAN 5 km/h REMEDIAL PLANTING PARKING 50 000 sq m CANADIAN SITE The approach on the Canadian side focuses on allowing the University of Windsor to reclaim a portion of this new void with the implementation of desperately needed student housing units, a new recreation center, classrooms and professorial office space, in addition to a new library. The library becomes the focal point of the re-developed site as it serves the University of Windsor, and the surrounding communities of both Windsor and Detroit. With the Detroit Public Library system facing a deficit of $17 million this year, it’s easy to project that Detroit’s libraries will become extinct in the very near future. Thus, with the establishment of this regional library along with both tram and pedestrian access across the Ambassador Bridge, a flow is created. DUTY FREE RECREATION CENTRE CENTRAL LIBRARY HIGHER ORDER TRANSIT 25 km/h BIKE 15-25 km/h RECREATION CENTRE 4 500 sq m GOV’T OFFICES 6 537 sq m MAIN ENTRY HALL + TRAM 1621 sq m PARKING 9 000 sq m DUTY FREE + RETAIL 6 000 sq m CLASSROOMS 15 000 sq m CENTRAL LIBRARY 40 000 sq m ADMIN + RESEARCH 32 600 sq m MAIN ENTRY HALL + TRAM 10 550 sq m DUTY FREE + RETAIL 38 700 sq m AUDITORIUM PEDESTRIAN 5 km/h STUDENT HOUSING PARKING REGIONAL HOSPITAL OFFICE CUSTOMS AND BORDER STUDENT HOUSING 30 000 sq m REGIONAL HOSPITAL 101 000 sq m SITE PLAN 1:5000
  11. 11. 14 15 VISA WAIVER PROGRAM WORK (INTO CANADA) - 4,737 WORK (INTO U.S.) - 4,184 RECREATION (INTO CANADA) - 5,817 DETROIT RECREATION (INTO U.S.) - 5,152 VACATION (INTO CANADA) - 1,716 OTHER (INTO CANADA) - 1,852 VACATION (INTO U.S.) - 1,163 OTHER (INTO U.S.) - 1,732 $36 871 4 296 250 AMBASSADOR BRIDGE 26,352 DAILY TRUSTED TRAVELER WINDSOR $29 845 323 342 TRUSTED WORK/STUDY DETROIT-WINDSOR TUNNEL 25,239 DAILY NEXUS CITY BOUNDARIES POPULATION SUBMIT COMPLETED APPLICATION AVERAGE WAGE AFTER TAX (NON RESIDENT) AFTER 6-8 WEEKS, A JOINT INTERVIEW IS CONDUCTED WITH BOTH AMERICAN AND CANADIAN BORDER REPRESENTITIVES PRESENT QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO CITIZENSHIP, CRIMINAL RECORD, & BORDER CROSSING EXPERIENCE LEGALITIES OF BRINGING THINGS ACROSS THE BORDER ARE OUTLINED FINGERPRINTS AND RETINAL SCANS ARE TAKEN WORK (INTO CANADA) - 4,554 RECREATION (INTO CANADA) - 5,360 VACATION (INTO U.S.) - 433 OTHER (INTO U.S.) - 1,842 AUTO INDUSTRY - 75% STRICT ADHERENCE TO THE RULES AND REGULATIONS OR CARD IS TAKEN RECREATION (INTO U.S.) - 6,392 VACATION (INTO CANADA) - 484 OTHER (INTO CANADA) - 1,383 NEXUS CARD IS GOOD FOR 5 YEARS AND COSTS $50 WORK (INTO U.S.) - 3,791 AUTO INDUSTRY - 27 % INFO FROM GOCANADA.ABOUT.COM WORK/STUDY ENTRY VISAS 17% 22.5% COMPLETED DESIGNATED VISA APPLICATION (TYPE H, L, O, P or Q) INTERVIEW AT T EMBASSY CONSULAR SECTION REQUIRED FOR APPLICANTS AGE 14-79 DIGITAL FINGERPRINTS ARE TAKEN MEDICAL - 31%` MEDICAL - 3%` REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION: ONLINE NON-IMMIGRANT VISA ELECTRONIC APPLICATION (FORM DS-160) PASSPORT WITH AT LEAST 6 MONTHS OF VALIDITY LEFT ONE 2” x 2” COLOR PHOTO WITH FULL FACE , FRONT VIEW AND A PLAIN WHITE BACKGROUND TN VISA OPTION AS WELL FOR NAFTA WORKERS AVERAGE MARGINAL INCOME TAX RATE (NON RESIDENT) AVERAGE MARGINAL INCOME TAX RATE (RESIDENT) 0-38% 21 11-15% FEDERAL CORPORATE TAX RATE 1:171 850 1:32 334 OTHER - 37% CONTROL POINT + TICKETING 10 PARKING 72 hrs EXISTING FLOWS PARKING 50 000 sq m PORT OF ENTRY CUSTOMS + BORDER SERVICES NEXUS ENTRY ADMIN + RESEARCH 32 600 sq m DETERMINE PEDESTRIAN MAIN ENTRY HALL + TRAM 10 550 sq m DUTY FREE + RETAIL 38 700 sq m SEARCH BIKE 203 $bns 966 hrs BORDER SERVICES - 3%` INFO FROM TRAVEL.STATE.GOV PORT OF DEPARTURE NUMBER OF LIBRARIES COLLECTION NO ENTRY RATIO OF LIBRARIES TO POPULATION STRUCTURAL DIFFERENCES AVERAGE WAIT TIME FOR A CT SCAN/MRI GDP CASINO - 2%` OTHER - 37% 24 DRINKING AGE U.S. BOUND WORKER TRAFFIC BORDER SERVICES - 2%` STATE/PROVINCE CORPORATE TAX RATE 19 CANADA BOUND WORKER TRAFFIC CASINO - 1%` 11 $bn RECREATION CENTRE 4 500 sq m GOV’T OFFICES 6 537 sq m MAIN ENTRY HALL + TRAM 1621 sq m PARKING 9 000 sq m DUTY FREE + RETAIL 6 000 sq m CLASSROOMS 15 000 sq m CENTRAL LIBRARY 40 000 sq m REGIONAL HOSPITAL 101 000 sq m STUDENT HOUSING 30 000 sq m NEW CROSSING PROCESS PROGRAMMATIC DISTRIBUTION
  12. 12. 16 17 UNITED STATES PLAZA PARK PARKING REGIONAL HOSPITAL SECTION BB 1:250 MASS TRANSIT BIKE PEDESTRIAN UNITED STATES PLAZA UNITED STATES PLAZA 1:1000
  13. 13. 18 19 CANADIAN PLAZA HOUSING ALUMNI HALL + CONFERENCE CENTRE MASS TRANSIT DUTY FREE + RETAIL CUSTOMS AND BORDER CUSTOMS OFFICES AUDITORIUM CLASSROOMS SECTION AA 1:250 STUDENT HOUSING RECREATION CENTRE CANADIAN PLAZA 1:1000 CANADIAN PLAZA
  14. 14. PUBLIC AMENITY NUMBER ONE Located in Seoul, Public Amenity Number One puts residents in contact with each other and gives them access to a great range of amenities by restricting private space and providing appealing common areas throughout the building. Many of the daily activities are carried out in these common spaces might otherwise be thought of as private. This arrangement allows people to be connected to their neighbors rather than living in isolation. The difference in the amenities available in individual units, by floor, and throughout the building creates the incentive for residents to inhabit the entire building; not just their own floor or unit. By venturing out of their units, residents enjoy a much wider range of amenities than would be available in a single unit. For example, throughout the building there are double height floors which provide space for gardening, games, exercise, grilling and generally provide larger gathering spaces for the inhabitants of the entire building.
  15. 15. 22 23 EARTH The public earthscape allows for nutrition and tranquility through Zen gardens and rentable growing plots. The EARTH, from which we find nourishment, gives way to individual and cultural values. FIRE The public fire and activity level allows for a range of social and individual retreats from barbeque pits to isolated fire pits. Warmth, passion, and activity, FIRE embodies social interaction across many scales. WATER The public waterscape allows for interaction between public and private social scales through direct access from the site as well as from the individual units. From the individual to the social scale, WATER is a source of tranquility.
  16. 16. 24 25 UNIT TYPE ACCESSIBILTY MAXIMUM CAPACITY BEDROOMS BATHROOMS A 1 1 2 3 BATHTUB VANITY TOILET STOVE MICROWAVE FRIDGE MINI-FRIDGE ARMCHAIR LOVESEAT COUCH DINING SET 1.5 D SHOWER 0.5 C CLOSET 0.5 B BED 2.5 AMENITY MATRIX 118’ INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE - UNIT C 31’ TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN UNIT A - 280 ft2 UNIT B - 330 ft2 UNIT C - 1070 ft2 UNIT D - 1630 ft2 UNIT PLANS
  17. 17. 26 27 PARTIAL BUILDING SECTION PHYSICAL MODELS
  18. 18. TEMPORARY BRICKWORK The seam created by the recessed cinder block wall and the brickwork of the exterior wall provides a nook with a feeling of interiority despite the obvious exterior quality of the space. This pattern draws upon this masonry material palette.
  19. 19. 30 31 INSTALLATION SITE
  20. 20. 32 33 PRINTING PROCESS
  21. 21. MOBIUS Commissioned by the North Campus Research Center (NCRC) on the campus of the University of Michigan, MOBIUS is a full-scale, robotically fabricated construct which provides an area for collaboration and interaction between the diverse tenants of the NCRC. MOBIUS is comprised of 390 unique robotically bent steel rods divided into 12 subassemblies. Each sub-assembly was fabricated off site before being transported to the site and joined to the other sub-assemblies with custom designed and Water Jet fabricated fasteners.
  22. 22. 36 37 FABRICATION PROCESS FINAL MODULE PROPOSED DESIGN
  23. 23. 38 39 CUSTOM FASTENERS FINAL INSTALLATION

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