JOHN G. SIMENIC433 Hamilton Place Apt.2Ann Arbor, MI 48104Phone: 440. 223. 2620.Email: john.simenic@gmail.com             ...
TABLE OF CONTENTS Undergraduate PortfolioJohn G. Simenic • Portfolio
GRADUATE WORK  4 Innovatrium 16 Scent Camera #9UNDERGRADUATE WORK 22 Clifton Library 26 Confrontation Workshop 32 Froebel ...
John G. Simenic • Portfolio
GRADUATE WORKThe University of Michigan, 08.10 - Present                                              5
INNOVATRIUM  Disrupting Dundee, Michigan  The innovatrium seeks to enhance in the entirely alien      Below: Early concept...
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INNOVATRIUM  Disrupting Dundee, MichiganJohn G. Simenic • Portfolio
In terms of robotic design, the innovatrium containsextraction pods which are efficient clean-room spacesfor robots to ext...
INNOVATRIUM               Disrupting Dundee, Michigan                                                                     ...
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INNOVATRIUM  Disrupting Dundee, MichiganFar Right: Detailed section ofExtraction Pod showing the robot andthe robot’s move...
29’-9”                                                                                                                    ...
INNOVATRIUM  Disrupting Dundee, MichiganJohn G. Simenic • Portfolio
Above: Interior rendering from inside           of an Extraction Pod looking out into           the interior workspace. Cr...
INNOVATRIUM  Disrupting Dundee, Michigankey planRight: Exterior rendering showingthe Innovatrium projecting imagesat sunse...
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SCENT CAMERA #9   Constructing a scent  For the second project of my inital graduate semesterour studio was given a photo ...
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SCENT CAMERA #9   Constructing a scentAbove Left: Early concept modelmade from empty cereal boxes andempty beer cases.Abov...
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SCENT CAMERA #9  Constructing a scentJohn G. Simenic • Portfolio
Right: Reflection drawing basedon reactions from final constructs.Created using Photoshop andIllustrator. Printed drawingm...
John G. Simenic • Portfolio
UNDERGRADUATE WORKMiami University, 08.06 - 05.10                                  25
CLIFTON LIBRARY  Rethinking a local learning hub    The site for Clifton library sits on an urban streetcorner in Cincinna...
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CLIFTON LIBRARY  Rethinking a local learning hub                                    Below: 1/8” scale model.              ...
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CONFRONTATION WORKSHOP  Exploring communities in Istanbul. The goal of the Confrontation Workshop was to addressa diverse ...
line of physical confrontationline of cultural confrontationline of economic confrontationthe site                        ...
CONFRONTATION WORKSHOP Exploring communities in Istanbul.John G. Simenic • Undergraduate PortfolioJohn G. Simenic • Portfo...
My proposal was a community center that focused onweaving together the cultural fabric of the neighborhoodinto one gatheri...
CONFRONTATION WORKSHOP Exploring communities in Istanbul.                                   UP                         Ope...
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FROEBEL AND WESTCOTT Building communities in Istanbul.John G. Simenic • PortfolioJohn G. Simenic • Undergraduate Portfolio
To begin studying Frank Lloyd Wright our studio first                                        sought to look at Wright’s de...
FROEBEL AND WESTCOTT Building communities in Istanbul.     The goal of the Westcott House masterplan was to explore Frank ...
Far Left: Process sketchBelow: Longitudinal site sectioncreated using hand drawing underlaywith Photoshop.                ...
HICKMAN CHAPEL  Reviving a chapel, a community, and a history.    After measuring, observing, and documentingHickman Chape...
Far Left: process sketchesBelow: Longitudinal sitesection created using FormZand Photoshop.                             41
HICKMAN CHAPEL  Reviving a chapel, a community, and a history.  Sitting just miles away from Frank Lloyd Wright’sFallingwa...
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HICKMAN CHAPEL   Reviving a chapel, a community, and a history.Above: Transverse section lookingout into the landscape. Cr...
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GREEN COMMUNITIES COMPETITION  The greenest brisk is the one that is already there.   Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of ...
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GREEN COMMUNITIES COMPETITION  The greenest brisk is the one that is already there.                                       ...
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GREEN COMMUNITIES COMPETITION  The greenest brisk is the one that is already there.                                       ...
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GREEN COMMUNITIES COMPETITION  The greenest brisk is the one that is already there.                                       ...
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TECHTOWN  Designing for the Creative Class.   Resting on the banks of the Mad River and justblocks away from downtown Dayt...
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TECHTOWN  Designing for the Creative Class.John G. Simenic • Portfolio
Far Left: Floor plans.                  The central form functions as the circulationBottom Left: Longitudinal section.   ...
TECHTOWN  Designing for the Creative Class.      I wanted the tenants to have a sense of  connection to the downtown area,...
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SELECTED WORKS  Paintings and Grahphite.                               Left: Graphite drawing of the                      ...
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SELECTED WORKS  Paintings and Grahphite.                               Below: The Whirling Dervishes.                     ...
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SELECTED WORKS  Paintings and Grahphite.                               Left: Der Fortschritt, “The                        ...
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  1. 1. JOHN G. SIMENIC433 Hamilton Place Apt.2Ann Arbor, MI 48104Phone: 440. 223. 2620.Email: john.simenic@gmail.com 1
  2. 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS Undergraduate PortfolioJohn G. Simenic • Portfolio
  3. 3. GRADUATE WORK 4 Innovatrium 16 Scent Camera #9UNDERGRADUATE WORK 22 Clifton Library 26 Confrontation Workshop 32 Froebel and Westcott 36 Hickman Chapel 42 Green Communities Competition 50 Techtown 56 Selected Works 3 3
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  5. 5. GRADUATE WORKThe University of Michigan, 08.10 - Present 5
  6. 6. INNOVATRIUM Disrupting Dundee, Michigan The innovatrium seeks to enhance in the entirely alien Below: Early concept sketchesand yet entirely familiar site of Dundee, Michigan, Right: Early photomontagethe location Michigan’s largest tourist site, Cabela’s. representing ideas behind theWith more than 6 million visitors per year, Cabela’s Innovatrium. Created using Photoshop.has spawned a small strip mall agglomeration that isentirely familiar, yet entirely alien to all who have neverbeen to Dundee, MI. The role of the innovatrium is tonot only enhance Dundee but also to extract data fromflowers in order to create the flavors and fragrances ofthe future. When thinking about enhancement and Dundee,I began to develop a building around the idea ofdisruption. Instead of designing the innovatrium aroundthe super-consumer, I sought to design the innovatriumaround robotic extraction. The innovatrium plays thegame of the Cabela’s big-box mentality at the same timethat it denies this idea all together. The building thrivesto be disruptive. It wants to exert a pressure on the area.The innovatrium is trying to do what Wii did to thegaming market. Where X-box and Playstation soughtbetter and better graphics and gaming capabilities, theWii sought simple graphics with a completely differentgaming typology platform. The Wii plays by the rules ofthe gaming industry and at the same time denies them,thus completely disrupting the gaming industry. The design for the innovatrium plays the game of thebig-box store in the experience economy and at the sametime denies it. The innovatrium projects forth images offlowers along its façade with gleaming light, playing thesame game of the large bear statue and watertower thatrest adjacent to Cabela’s. The innovatrium denies thebig-box entrance typology though by being raised offthe ground, offering no clear entrance. This sets up adisruptive contradiction where the innovatrium createsa large amount of attention yet is completely uninvitingfor any person yearning to visit.John G. Simenic • Portfolio
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  8. 8. INNOVATRIUM Disrupting Dundee, MichiganJohn G. Simenic • Portfolio
  9. 9. In terms of robotic design, the innovatrium containsextraction pods which are efficient clean-room spacesfor robots to extract as many flavors and fragrancesfrom flowers as possible. In a voracious capitalisteconomy where a 3% return is expected by shareholdersevery year, the extraction pods need to function atmaximum capacity. Therefore human-interactionwith these extraction pods is completely limited to amaintenance hatch in the event that a robot breaksdown, and an exchange window, where humans cangarner the robotic flavor and fragrance yields. The extraction pods also rest in a seemingly adhoc Cabela’sconfiguration on the site as if springing forth atrandom like wildflowers in a field, calling attentionto themselves with their clumsy stance, denying thestratified strip-mall mentality of their surroundings.The rest of the innovatrium surrounds the extractionpods in a clumsy faceted manner, as if it is only there tohouse the extraction pods and maintain them. Innovatrium The interior of the innovatrium remains unfinishedwith exposed beams, wiring, and mechanicalequipment strewn about, reinforcing the idea that thespace surrounding the extraction pods exists in order tomaintain maximum extraction and also reinforcing thatthis is not a place for the super-consumer. site plan Above: Siteplan showing the relationship of the innovatrium to Cabelas. Created using AutoCAD and Illustrator. Far Left: Rendering showing delivery of first Extraction Pod to the site. Created using Rhino and Photoshop. Left: Rendering of Extraction Pods during delivery phase. Created using Rhino and Photoshop. 9
  10. 10. INNOVATRIUM Disrupting Dundee, Michigan Open to Below DN UP Open to Below Open to Below DN Open to Below UP L1 L2 oor plans scale 3/32” = 1’ 0 5 10 20 Weeping Wilow Tree FACTS PERFROMANCE GENERAL MaximumLength 70ft 0in (21.36m) Maximum Girth 60ft (18.28m) Growth Rate 10ft/yr (3.1m/yr) SUNLIGHT Weeping Willows grow best in full sunlight. SOIL CONDITION50’-70’ Weeping willows grow easily in almost any soil conditions. They grow best in moist soil PERFORMANCE Weeping Willows grow primarily in the northern hemisphere. There are over 400 varieties, and are capable of cross-multipying with ease, constantly creating new species. John G. Simenic • Portfolio Source: http://garden.lovetoknow.com/wiki/Weeping_Willow_Tree_Facts
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  12. 12. INNOVATRIUM Disrupting Dundee, MichiganFar Right: Detailed section ofExtraction Pod showing the robot andthe robot’s movement area. Createdwith AutoCAD and Illustrator.Below: Photos of ABS model whichmeasures roughly 3”x 5”x 4” tall.John G. Simenic • Portfolio
  13. 13. 29’-9” 24’-2” 6’- 9” 19’-2” 3’-10” 23’-5” 6’- 0” 5’ - 0” 22’-1” 45’-0” 5’- 4” 5’-9” 40’-6”20 20’-5” Extraction Pod DESIGN, WEIGHTS, PERFROMANCE 4’-6” 11’-3” GENERAL MaximumLength 45ft 0in (13.7m) Maximum Girth 29ft 9in (9.1m) Extraction Area* 1225.7sq. ft (113.9sq. m) *based on surface area of cantilevered levels MATERIALITY Interior:epoxy resin paint Exterior: corten steel paneling 4ft x 8ft panels .25in thick (1.21m x 2.84 m) 6.35mm thick Frame: steel GROUND CONNECTION Connection Diameter 6ft 6in (1.98m) Depth Below Grade 2ft 7in (.8m) Connection below grade ... EXTRACTION MECHANISM (KUKA robotics K120p-) See bb PERFORMANCE Operation Hours 24hrs Extraction Pods are completely prefabricated. Once placed on site and connected to the network, Extraction Pods are able to work around the clock 2’-7” without interuption. Any waste produced is collected in the bottom of the Pod and removed at regular intervals via maintenance/unloading hatch. 3’ -10” 10’ -8” aa scale 1/4” = 1’ 6’ -6” 0 5 10 13
  14. 14. INNOVATRIUM Disrupting Dundee, MichiganJohn G. Simenic • Portfolio
  15. 15. Above: Interior rendering from inside of an Extraction Pod looking out into the interior workspace. Created using Rhino and Photoshop. Far Left: Interior rendering showing workspace in relationship to Extraction Pods. Created using Rhino, Illustrator, and Photoshop. L1key plan 15
  16. 16. INNOVATRIUM Disrupting Dundee, Michigankey planRight: Exterior rendering showingthe Innovatrium projecting imagesat sunset. Created using Rhino,Photoshop, and Illustrator.John G. Simenic • Portfolio
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  18. 18. SCENT CAMERA #9 Constructing a scent For the second project of my inital graduate semesterour studio was given a photo of a flower and askedto construct an 11”x 11”x 37” tall piece based on theimage of a flower. We were also asked to think aboutthe picture in terms of its possible olfactory capabilities,hence the title, Scent Camera. Given the ninth flower photo in a series of flowerphotos (shown right), I began to think about synergyand the relationship between the micro and the macro.When thinking about the photo in terms of a scent, Ibegan to question the biological breakdown of theflower in terms of its cellular structure and its relationto the creation of scents and fragrances. How are thecellular blocks broken down and then reconfigured to Above: Flower image number 9.create something similar and yet entirely different to the Far Right: Early conceptual sketch.original configuration? My launch into this investigation focused on thecreation of “cells,” or tiny hollow blocks, which Iconfigured in layers and then stacked until I filled theproject dimensions (initial study model shown on p18).From this study model, I began questioning the spatialconfiguration and the types of spaces are created. Ialso noticed that using colored cardboard created veryinteresting secondary and tertiary spaces within theconstruct. When scaling up the study model for thefinal, I decided to use sheet metal due to its thinness andlight reflecting qualities, which I thought would bringabout that color and texture created with the cardboardstudy model. I also created a set of rules by which toconstruct the final piece: 1) I could use between 9 and11, 2.5” cubes per layer in the construct, and 2) I wouldonly use only one method of joining via steel-studpunch-crimper, which limited the possible methodsof joining. Given these rules, I questioned what typesof spaces could be created at different scales. In otherwords, I questioned how the construct would read from25’, 10’, and less than 1’.John G. Simenic • Portfolio
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  20. 20. SCENT CAMERA #9 Constructing a scentAbove Left: Early concept modelmade from empty cereal boxes andempty beer cases.Above Right: Final construct madefrom 24 gauge sheet steel and mylar.Construct measures 11”x 11”x 37.”John G. Simenic • Portfolio
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  22. 22. SCENT CAMERA #9 Constructing a scentJohn G. Simenic • Portfolio
  23. 23. Right: Reflection drawing basedon reactions from final constructs.Created using Photoshop andIllustrator. Printed drawingmeasures 24”x 36.” 23
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  25. 25. UNDERGRADUATE WORKMiami University, 08.06 - 05.10 25
  26. 26. CLIFTON LIBRARY Rethinking a local learning hub The site for Clifton library sits on an urban streetcorner in Cincinnati, Ohio. Located between theUniversity of Cincinnati campus to the south and themore historic Clifton district to the north, the cornersite contains many unique opportunities to serve as alink between the two districts. Also, the current CliftonLibrary is seen as a landmark for learning and educationwithin the small Clifton community. Taking theseobservations, I wanted to create a bright and invitingbuilding that would serve as a major landmark in theClifton community as well as a landmark that wouldlink the campus district with the historical district.Left: 1/8” scale model made fromparticle board and chip board.Right: Exterior perspective fromstreet level. Created using FormZand Photoshop.John G. Simenic • Portfolio
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  28. 28. CLIFTON LIBRARY Rethinking a local learning hub Below: 1/8” scale model. Above Right: Floor plans. Below Right: North elevation, longitudinal section, and transverse section created using FormZ and Photoshop.John G. Simenic • Portfolio
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  30. 30. CONFRONTATION WORKSHOP Exploring communities in Istanbul. The goal of the Confrontation Workshop was to addressa diverse but largely impoverished neighborhood inIstanbul, Turkey. Working with Turkish design students,our studio sought to address the underlying culturalfabric that made up the neighborhood and adjacentneighborhoods, and after an in-depth study, design acommunity center that addressed the needs and wantsof the neighborhood. The neighborhood is located in an area that is betweenthree layers of confrontation. Acting as a major line ofconfrontation to the east is the famous Istiklal Streetwhich is an agglomeration of high-end and low-endshops and restaurants. Also lying to the east is a majorline of cultural confrontation where many peoplefrom both eastern and western Turkey have settledcreating a mixed community in terms of geographical,religious, and economic backgrounds. Acting as aphysical barrier to the west is a six-lane street knownas Tarlabasi Avenue which completely separates theadjacent neighborhoods. Left: Process perspective sketch Right: Map of a small district in Istanbul, Turkey just north of the Golden Horn.John G. Simenic • Portfolio
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  32. 32. CONFRONTATION WORKSHOP Exploring communities in Istanbul.John G. Simenic • Undergraduate PortfolioJohn G. Simenic • Portfolio
  33. 33. My proposal was a community center that focused onweaving together the cultural fabric of the neighborhoodinto one gathering space that would bring together thediverse population of the direct neighborhood and theadjacent neighborhoods.Left: Exterior perspective from streetlevel. Created using a hand drawingunderlay with PhotoshopTop Right: Exterior perspective fromraised entrance. Created using Revit.Bottom Right: East elevation 33
  34. 34. CONFRONTATION WORKSHOP Exploring communities in Istanbul. UP Open to Open to Below Below DN Right: Second level interior perspec- tive showing community gallery space. Created using Revit and DN Photoshop. Above Level: Second level floor plan Above Right: Longitudinal sectionJohn G. Simenic • Portfolio
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  36. 36. FROEBEL AND WESTCOTT Building communities in Istanbul.John G. Simenic • PortfolioJohn G. Simenic • Undergraduate Portfolio
  37. 37. To begin studying Frank Lloyd Wright our studio first sought to look at Wright’s design process. Little is known about his actual design process but many scholars believe that Wright’s design process was highly influenced by his childhood experience with Froebel sets. So our studio began by constructing Froebel sets out of raw maple. The process began from a basic tactility with a single natural materialFar Left: Street view photo of theWestcott House in Spring field, Ohio. and simple design exercies. These simple exercies were then taken and applied on a larger scale for an international artsBelow Left: Westcott House spatialstudy campus masterplan located adjacent to Frank Lloyd Wright’sBelow Right: Pictures showing build- Westcott House in Springfield, Ohio.ing process for Froebel set 37
  38. 38. FROEBEL AND WESTCOTT Building communities in Istanbul. The goal of the Westcott House masterplan was to explore Frank Lloyd Wright’s design process and to weave landscape and built structure into one. The result is a masterplan design for a multi-functional arts campus that sits low and quiet in the midwestern landscape connected to the Westcott House by only subtle landscape features. The sublety of the design seeks not to dominate the Westcott House but to compliment it by displaying similar design philosophies.John G. Simenic • Portfolio
  39. 39. Far Left: Process sketchBelow: Longitudinal site sectioncreated using hand drawing underlaywith Photoshop. 39
  40. 40. HICKMAN CHAPEL Reviving a chapel, a community, and a history. After measuring, observing, and documentingHickman Chapel, our studio was asked to workindividually and think of ways to refurbish the chapelinto a space that would not only serve as a chapel butalso as a community space that could host homecomingevents that were once a staple in the Mill Runcommunity.John G. Simenic • Portfolio
  41. 41. Far Left: process sketchesBelow: Longitudinal sitesection created using FormZand Photoshop. 41
  42. 42. HICKMAN CHAPEL Reviving a chapel, a community, and a history. Sitting just miles away from Frank Lloyd Wright’sFallingwater, I began by using the Froebel processfor my design. This involved using a kits of parts andestablishing how design elements could be arrangedwith select site elements in the landscape. My designcentered around refurbishing the basement into auseable community area. Within the design, a largeoutdoor hearth sets up a synergetic relationship betweenthe indoors and outdoors, and sliding doors allow thethe space to completely open up to the environment. Above: Interior perspective created using FormZ and Photoshop.Natural materials that are warm in color are alsoused to make the basement and patio blend into the Right: Exterior perspective showinglandscape so that the stark white chapel remains the outdoor gathering terrace. Created using FormZ and Photoshop.focal point of the hillside.John G. Simenic • Portfolio
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  44. 44. HICKMAN CHAPEL Reviving a chapel, a community, and a history.Above: Transverse section lookingout into the landscape. Createdusing FormZ and Photoshop.Right: Exterior perspective showingthe outdoor terrace and addition.Created using FormZ andPhotoshop.John G. Simenic • Portfolio
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  46. 46. GREEN COMMUNITIES COMPETITION The greenest brisk is the one that is already there. Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printingand typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been theindustry’s standard dummy text ever since the 1500s,when an unknown printer took a galley of type andscrambled it to make a type specimen book. It hassurvived not only five centuries, but also the leap intoelectronic typesetting, remaining essentially unchanged.It was popularised in the 1960s with the release ofLetraset sheets containing Lorem Ipsum passages, andmore recently with desktop publishing software likeAldus PageMaker including versions of Lorem Ipsum. Right: Final competition board #1 (original size: 20” x 20”). Below: site pictures of Over the Rhine in Cincinnati, Ohiovv.John G. Simenic • Portfolio
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  48. 48. GREEN COMMUNITIES COMPETITION The greenest brisk is the one that is already there. Right: Final competition board #2 (original size: 20” x 20”).John G. Simenic • Portfolio
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  50. 50. GREEN COMMUNITIES COMPETITION The greenest brisk is the one that is already there. Right: Final competition board #3 (original size: 20” x 20”).John G. Simenic • Portfolio
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  52. 52. GREEN COMMUNITIES COMPETITION The greenest brisk is the one that is already there. Right: Final competition board #4 (original size: 20” x 20”).John G. Simenic • Portfolio
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  54. 54. TECHTOWN Designing for the Creative Class. Resting on the banks of the Mad River and justblocks away from downtown Dayton, Ohio, Techtownis the site of a future business park which willeventually contain fifteen multi-functional, low-riseoffice buildings. Using an existing HOK masterplan,our studio, was asked to design an efficient officebuilding for the rising creative class as defined byRichard Florida’s book The Rise of the Creative Class. Thinking in terms of efficiency and economy I beganthe design process by coming a up with a simple kitof parts that consisted of a simple cube and simple1:2 and 1:3 proportions. Working from a this kit ofrectangular parts I began to play with ideas of framingand movement. The result is three major forms; atall central form and two rectangular forms thatintersect and slip past and through the central form. Above: Building parti Left: Early process sketch perspective Right: Rendered perspective of southwest corner. Created using FormZ and PhotoshopJohn G. Simenic • Portfolio
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  56. 56. TECHTOWN Designing for the Creative Class.John G. Simenic • Portfolio
  57. 57. Far Left: Floor plans. The central form functions as the circulationBottom Left: Longitudinal section. core, while the two adjacent rectangular forms serves as tenant spaces. Working from a simpleAbove: Rendered perspectives. palette of materials I sought to express eachCreated using FormZ and form with a distinctive material so as to create aPhotoshop compelling spatial composition. 57
  58. 58. TECHTOWN Designing for the Creative Class. I wanted the tenants to have a sense of connection to the downtown area, the Mad River, and the outdoor environment. A large fenestrated southwest facade serves the function of connecting the tenants to downtown, while large cut-out patios provide connections not only to the outdoors but framed views to downtown Dayton and the Mad River. West Elevation East Elevation Right: Northeast rendered perspective. Created using FormZ and PhotoshopJohn G. Simenic • Portfolio
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  60. 60. SELECTED WORKS Paintings and Grahphite. Left: Graphite drawing of the Kanyon Mall in Istanbul, Turkey (cropped). Original rendering is 8”x12”. Right: Close-up view of the Kanyon Mall graphite rendering.John G. Simenic • Portfolio
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  62. 62. SELECTED WORKS Paintings and Grahphite. Below: The Whirling Dervishes. A series of 3 x 8”x10” acryllic paintings. Left: Close-up of the middle dervish painting.John G. Simenic • Portfolio
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  64. 64. SELECTED WORKS Paintings and Grahphite. Left: Der Fortschritt, “The Progress”. 18”x24” acryllic painting Right: Close-up of Der Fortschritt.John G. Simenic • Portfolio
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