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Projects-Woodbury University

  1. 1. USC/Jefferson MetroStation HubWoodbury UniversityArchitecture 4BFall Semester 2012Instructor: Anthony Fontenot 1
  2. 2. Freeways Freeways Metro Rail Rail Metro LinesLines USC/Jeff Station USC/Jeff Station Freeways Metro Rail Lines USC/Jeff Station Bike Lane Major Streets USC/Jeff Station 90007 Area Expo Line Neighborhood Bike LaneLane Bike Proposed Bike LaneLane Proposed Bikeon ScaleScale 1M Proposed Rickshaw Proposed Rickshaw ile Bus Line Line Bus 0’ 0’100’-0” 100’-0” USC/Jeff Station USC/Jeff Station ExpoExpo Line Line Bike Lanets Proposed Bike Laneation Scale Proposed Rickshaw Bus Line 2 0’ 100’-0” USC/Jeff Station Expo Line
  3. 3. USC/Jefferson Metro Station Hub The site chosen is located near the University of Southern California near a busy area of Los Angeles. This site would benefit from a transportation hub because it is fairly close to corporate Los Angeles and the majority of business people take advantage of public transportation. This area is heavily populated with college students who a huge percentage of own a bicycle. The hub would encourage the bike rental for outsiders coming into this area, whether it is to visit or for USC events. There will be a park and ride area where people can leave their cars and continue with public transportation whether it is a bicycle, the use of a rickshaw, or the metro Freeways line adjacent to the site. Metro Rail Lines The hub is covered by an open air pavillion which also becomes its own USC/Jeff Station structure. As the structure comes down onto the ground, it develops seperate spaces where different programs begin to form. The pavillion will show Lane emphasis on the corner of Figueroa Bike an Bike Lane Proposed Bike Lane Major Streets and Jefferson which is the most important intersection in the site. The programs are organized 90007 Area USC/Jeff Station Expo Line Scale 0’ 100’-0” Proposed Rickshaw Bus Line around the site, leaving space for a green gathering area located in the center of the hub. USC/Jeff Station Expo LineNeighborhood $60,000 Downtown $47,000 Rickshaw - 20 minutes Car - 25 minutes Bicycle - 40 minutes $32,000 Mount St. Mary’s Rickshaw - 8 minutes Bicycle - 12 minutes Walking - 20 minutes $17,000 1M ile University Village 90007 Area Rickshaw - 7 minutes $2,000 Bicycle - 12 minutes Walking - 18 minutes Income Exposition Park Rickshaw - 7 minutes 41 Bicycle - 10 minutes Walking - 20 minutes 39 29 19 90007 Area 9 (Minutes) Commute (Travel Time to work)1 Mile Radius Map Bike Lane Major Streets USC/Jeff Station Scale 90007 Area Expo Line 3 0’ 100’ Neighborhood
  4. 4. 33rd Street 33rd Street 33rd Street Transit Waiting Area Transit Waiting Area 33rd Street 33rd Street Transit Waiting Area Transit 33rd Street Private Cars Private Cars Transit Private Cars (Mobile) Transit (Mobile) Private Bikes Private Bikes (Mobile) Flower Street Flower Street Private Bikes Flower Street Public Bikes Figueroa Street Flower Street Public Bikes Figueroa Street Flower Street Figueroa Street Public Bikes Figueroa Street Flower Street Figueroa Street Public Restrooms Public Restrooms Laundermat Public Restrooms Laundermat Laundermat Small Businesses Small Businesses Retail Retail Small Businesses (Grounded) Retail (Grounded) 33rd Street Rickshaws Rickshaws (Grounded) Transit Waiting Area Rickshaws 33rd Street Transit Charging StationsCharging Stations Private Cars (Mobile) Charging Stations Private Bikes Flower Street Public Bikes Figueroa Street Flower Street Figueroa Street Public Restrooms Laundermat Jefferson Boulevard Jefferson Boulevard Jefferson Boulevard Jefferson Boulevard Small Businesses Jefferson Boulevard Retail Jefferson Boulevard (Grounded) Rickshaws Charging Stations Jefferson Boulevard Jefferson BoulevardLocation Program Location Program Distribution Diagram Program Distribution Diagram Program Bar Program Bar Circulation Circulation Program Distribution Diagram Program Bar Circulation Program Location Program Distribution Diagram Program Bar Circulation Shed Concept Shed Concept transformed, Shed lifted up near main intersection for bus waiting area shading and to Programed organized underneath shed Section with main circulation happening on the edge of the site where there is easier access and Shed Concept transformed, Shedemphasize intersection.lifted up near main intersection forshading and area shading and to Programed organized underneath shed by structure Shed Concept transformed, Shed intersection for bus waiting area bus waiting to lifted up near main and arranged according to space made pedestrian circulation cutting through the middle and interconnecting in the center where site where there is easier access and Section with main Section with main circulation happening on the edge of the site where there is circulation happening on the edge of the thencept Shed Concept transformed, Shed lifted up near main intersection for bus waiting area shadingProgramed organized underneath shed Opening cuts on top of shed allowing for lighting and structure panels to come down. and to Shed Concept emphasize intersection. emphasize intersection. and arranged according to space made by to Programed organized underneath shed gathering space meets Section with main circulation happening on the edg emphasize intersection. and arranged according structuremade by structure space pedestrian circulation cuttingcirculation cutting through the middle and interconnecting in the c pedestrian through the middle and interconnecting in the center where the Opening cuts on top of shed allowing for shed allowing for lighting andto come down. to come down. Opening cuts on top of lighting and structure panels structure panels and arranged according to space made by structure gathering space meets pedestrian circulation cutting through the middle a Opening cuts on top of shed allowing for lighting and structure panels to come down. gathering space meets gathering space meets 4
  5. 5. Opening cuts on top of shed allowing for lighting and structure panels to come down. gathering space meets Interior Perspective from the Bicycle Rental Shop Rickshaws Storage Laundermat Bicycle Business Storage Bicycle Small Storage Business Small Section A BicycleBike Lane Park and Ride/Shop ParkingProposed Bike LaneProposed RickshawBus LineUSC/Jeff StationExpo Line Business Small Coffee Shop $60,000 Business Storage Storage Bicycle Bicycle Internet Cafe Small $47,000 $32,000 $17,000 $2,000 Scale: 1/32” = 1’-0” 41 Interior Perspective from the 39 Section B 29 19 5 9 (Minutes)
  6. 6. Car - 25 minutes Bicycle - 40 minutes $32,000 Mount St. Mary’s Rickshaw - 8 minutes Bicycle - 12 minutes Walking - 20 minutes $17,000 1M ile University Village 90007 Area Rickshaw - 7 minutes $2,000 Bicycle - 12 minutes Walking - 18 minutes Income Exposition Park Rickshaw - 7 minutes 41 Bicycle - 10 minutes Walking - 20 minutes 39 29 19 90007 Area 9 (Minutes) Commute (Travel Time to work)6 Scale: 1/16”= 1’-0” Section B Scale: 1/32”= 1’-0”
  7. 7. Scale: 1/32” = 1’-0” Section B) 7
  8. 8. Interior Perspective from the entrance on Jefferson Boulevard Section B8 Scale: 1/32”= 1’-0”Section BScale: 1/16”= 1’-0”
  9. 9. Interior Perspective from the entrance on Jefferson Boulevard 9
  10. 10. USC/Jefferson Metro Station Hub The site chosen is located near the University of Southern California near a busy area of Los Angeles. This site would benefit from a transportation hub because it is fairly close to corporate Los Angeles and the majority of business people take advantage of public transportation. This area is heavily populated with college students who a huge percentage of own a bicycle. The hub would encourage the bike rental for outsiders coming into this area, whether it is to visit or for USC events. There will be a park and ride area where people can leave their cars and continue with public transportation whether it is a bicycle, the use of a rickshaw, or the metro Freeways line adjacent to the site. Metro Rail Lines The hub is covered by an open air pavillion which also becomes its own USC/Jeff Station structure. As the structure comes down onto the ground, it develops seperate spaces where different programs begin to form. The pavillion will show an emphasis on the corner of Figueroa and Jefferson which is the most important intersection in the site. The programs are organized around the site, leaving space for a green gathering area located in the center of the hub.10
  11. 11. Interior Perspective from the entrance on Jefferson Boulevard 11
  12. 12. 10 80 a a a a a a a 10 a 70 a a g 1070 a a a a a a a a h a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a f e 107 0 h 10 80 b a e h a a a a a b a 10 a 90 a f a a i a g a Classroom Pavillion Shadow Hills Riding Club Team Member: Mirla Montanez Desean Francis Woodbury University Architecture 5A Fall Semester 2011 Instructors: Jeanine Centouri Sonny Ward12
  13. 13. Legend Shadow Hills Riding Club a Horse Stable Classroom Pavillion b Office 1080 c Mucker quarters (temp) Concept: Comfort and Privacy d Hay barn e Residence For this project there was involvement f Garage with a real client who was looking for c d g Tack room design ideas to expand andimprove his h Storage therapeutic horse ranch. For this to take a off, in depth site analysis needed to be b i Misc. a done. After reviewing and studying the a 10 80 California live oak composite site analysis layers, the next a a Odd. step was to develop a strategy for a a a a designing a Program and Conceptual a 10 Utilities + power Site Design for the expansion needs of the a 70 a a g 1070 a a Courtyards a a a entire facility. Specific buildings and a Tack Rooms a a a h locations on the site were chosen for a a a Stramps further functional design work. a Stairs a a a a Gabion Wall The classroom space being used by the club, even though it was functional, was a a Terrace Seating a a not anywhere near comfortable or did it Proposed Pavillion a a follow with accessability regulations. For e 107 f this specific design, the immediate 0 h surrounding was taken into consideration, therefore the sense of an outdoor pavillion 10 80 was kept. Installation of appropriate b h a a e classroom materials was eminent and was a a incorporated as well. a a b a 10 a 90 a f a a i a g a 0’ 20’ 40’Shadow Hills Riding Club N 13
  14. 14. North Bird’s Eye View- BingSouth Bird’s Eye View- Bing East Bird’s Eye View- Bing West Bird’s Eye View- BingAccessibility Map Surface Materiality Map Concrete Asphalt Grass Dirt Steps Steep Slope Danger Stairs Ramps La Canada Way La Canada Way14
  15. 15. Air Flow with Curtains Closed Sunlight Path and Density with Curtains Closed Process Models- Going from Semi Open Pavillion to Enclosed skin systemAir Flow with Curtains Open Sunlight Path and Density with Curtains OpenExisting Classroom Pavillion 15
  16. 16. Curtain Facade Projector ADA Accessible Ramp System Slope 1:12 Outdoor Seating Area made up of Stramps ADA Accessible Ramp System Slope 1:12FLOOR PLAN N0 5’ 10’ 20’16
  17. 17. For the final design, It was decided that the pavillion would maintain open. With the nature that aurrounds it, it would be best to keep it that way. A double curtain layer was decided. The inner layer would have pockets for classroom use and would be of a wool like material. The exterior layer would be of a more dense plastic material that would serve for privacy and protection from any dust, trash, or animal from coming into the pavillion.ELEVATION A ELEVATION B0 10’ 17
  18. 18. ELEVATION C18
  19. 19. SECTION A SECTION B0 10’ 19
  20. 20. SECTION C20
  21. 21. Final Physical Model Collage 21
  22. 22. Fashion District Nexus Woodbury University 3rd Year Open Studio Summer 2011 Final Project Instructor: Scott Uriu Molly Hunker22
  23. 23. The skin design for this project was highly influenced and developed from the analysis and manipulation study of thepleating methods used in Alexander McQueen’s dress design. The specific dress used is one of his Fall 2008 garments.The pleating method is expressed in the building’s skin system which wraps around the building, creatinghabitable spaces as well as the ramp system itself.The building’s program is organized in an interlocking manner. The program spaces and the VIP Parking areasare stacked on top of each other, combining these in one space per say. The circulation of the site overall isdeveloped similarly. The core of the building is an open space which holds all major circulation of the building.There are 3 main ramps that help circulate cars through the VIP parking areas and 3 more ramps that serve forpedestrian circulation when not being used by the fashion showroom as catwalks.There are 2 main entrances, one from Main Street and one from 9th Street, which invite the general public intothe building. Since the parking that is layered with the program is exclusively for VIP only, there is an underground parking area designated for the general visitors. 23

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