Angelle Jp Portfolio2011


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This is a portfolio of selected architectural works designed during my time at Arizona State University.

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Angelle Jp Portfolio2011

  1. 1. James P Angelle . Master’s of Architecture Arizona State University 2011Bachelor of Science Accountancy Arizona State University 1999
  2. 2. : James P Angelle . Master’s of Architecture Arizona State University 2011 Bachelor of Science Accountancy Arizona State University 19991 Native American Community Center Flagstaff, Arizona2 Maurer Residence - Tranquil Waters Tempe, Arizona3 Metamorphic School of Dance San Francisco, California4 Social Housing - Multi-Family Homes Neuquén, Argentina5 Social Housing - Single-Family Homes Neuquén, Argentina
  3. 3. The project examined an actual proposal for the Native American Community Center at the Native American Community CenterNorthern Arizona University campus, the program of which included an outdoor ceremonial Flagstaff, Arizonaspace, an indoor meeting room and center space, classrooms, and offices. This design is asynthesis of the existing contexual architecture and landscape with the cultural identity andheritage of the Southwest Native American Communities.“The cosmos becomes a continuous flowing whole, with visible connections between the seenand the unseen, the tangible and the intangible”. Rina Swentzell, Pueblo Santa Clara Native American mythology & cardinal directions San ta F e Av e d nR lto Mi Northern Arizona Milton Rd University r meD y do Sk 40 Inters University te tate 4 Union sta 0 er Int
  4. 4. AB B ground floor A AB B second floor A
  5. 5. section AAsection detail section BB framing plan 2 roof plan framing plan 1 hvac plan structure circulation walls floor plates
  6. 6. east elevationnorthwest elevation west elevation
  7. 7. The focus of this project is the urban sprawl of metropolitan Phoenix and the paradigm of each Maurer Residence - Tranquil Watersfamily owning their own home on their own piece of land. Grouped with fellow students to Tempe, Arizonadesign a compact urban community and individually designed homes for young professionalcouples associated with Arizona State University, the size of the homes were constrained bythe size of the lot. This constraint drove the design towards a courtyard typology, providing theoccupant with private outdoor space and a unique living configuration. Surrounding the entrywith the sight and sound of water and carrying it through the home to the central courtyardcaptures the client’s love of outdoor living and desire for a water feature as the key element. location of residence within the community Papago Big Surf Park Salt River Waterpark SR 101 - Pima Freeway Indian Reservation Rio Salado Golf Club McClintock Dr Weber Dr SR 202 - Red Mountain Freeway Tempe Town Lake
  8. 8. A AB B A ground floor A second floor section AA section BB
  9. 9. When an individual becomes a dancer, they experience a therapeutic transformation in their Metamorphic School of Danceabilities and psyche. Whether the pursuit is professional or casual, dance builds communities San Francisco, Californiathrough the individual. This project contributes to the art of dance by providing a metamorphicmulti-use central space that transforms from dance classrooms into a 274-seat theater spacewith balcony and a full fly space. This is achieved by separating the two spaces with a movable‘flywall’ that flies up to reveal the theater. Three structures contain 33,514 square feet andcomprise the theater, large and small classrooms, administrative office space, cafe, lockerfacilities, community space, and storage. space planning and adjacency diagram Octavia Octa SF via B wn Blvd to wn lvd Do to University of California LGBT Extension Center Center Ce nt ra lF St re CA 101 - Central Freeway et ew rk t ay tS Ma ke ar M
  10. 10. roof plan ground floor second floor theater metamorphosis theater metamorphosisbasement ground floor second floor classroom metamorphosis classroom metamorphosis
  11. 11. classroommetamorphosistheatermetamorphosis
  12. 12. second floor - lobby / bridge small classroommarket street elevation - night courtyardmarket street elevation - day
  13. 13. The City of Neuquén is situated at the confluence of two rivers that support significant Social Housing - Multi-Family Homesagricultural production, energy production, and recreational opportunities. Neuquén has Neuquén, Argentinagrown rapidly due to this geographic location and discovery of oil reserves. Rapid growth hasspawned numerous informal housing settlements that often lack basic infrastructural services.Resettling these areas allows the municipal government to address this deficiency, by improvinghousing conditions and increasing density around a proposed pedestrian-friendly canal corridor.‘Stepped-back’ dwellings provide individual families private outdoor space not typically found inmulti-family housing. Constraining the building height to three stories, minimizes overcrowding. diagram of design interacting with water la Meseta la Meseta s so r aí s íso Pa la Barda ara s Lo sP Lo Angel Pérez Novella la Barda Angel Pérez Novella n ile n Hu ile Hu lle e all Ca C
  14. 14. site plan -overall strategyin collaborationwith Eva Camacho (park spaces)and Taylor Townsend (musuem)
  15. 15. The average lot size in the City of Neuquén is 10X20 meters. Designing multi-family housing based on this common unit allowedachievement of density levels three times greater than the existing conditions, based on the number of homes per plan - primaryin collaboration with Eva Camacho (park spaces) and Taylor Townsend (museum)
  16. 16. densification strategy diagram existing condition - one family per lot densify vertically individual outdoor space shared circulation enhance air circulation enhance privacy interact with water channels A C A C A C B B B B B B B 1A A C 1B 2A A C 2B 3A A C 3B1A - 85.5m2 (920ft2)+ 17.1m2 (184ft2) shop space 2A - 78.5m2 (845ft2) 3A - 61.5 m2 (662ft2)1B - 91.0m2 (980ft2)+ 29.0m2 (312ft2) shop space 2B - 86.2m2 (928ft2) 3B - 61.7 m2 (664ft2) ground floor units second floor units third floor units
  17. 17. section AAsection BBsection CC
  18. 18. rendering of pedestrian-friendly vehicularzone with access to shopfrontsrendering of pedestrian-only zone and homeentrances with terraces
  19. 19. Greater residential density enhances society by minimizing community fragmentation caused Social Housing - Single-Family Homesby rapid growth and urban sprawl. Achieving higher residential densities, while avoiding Neuquén, Argentinaovercrowding, enhances the quality of life by 1) improving access to employment, governmentservices, social services, and daily sustenance, 2) creating opportunities for social interactionthrough community amenties, and 3) creating greater efficiencies for municipal serviceinfrastructure by minimizing distances to reach communities. Weaving social housing withinexisting built environments, rather than on the fringe of the city, can bind society in a rich socialfabric, enhancing the urban setting and social life. modeling density in the City of Neuquén la Meseta la Meseta s so raí Pa la Barda s Lo s Angel Pérez Novella la Barda íso ara sP Angel Pérez Novella Lo n ile n Hu uile lle ll eH Ca Ca
  20. 20. Weaving patterns of greater density:over time the action of weaving withhousing gradually intertwines andwraps the community in an enhancedsocio-economic fabric. Scale: 1:1500 site plan in collaboration with Eva Camacho (park spaces), Salvador Patiño (market), and Taylor Townsend (museum)
  21. 21. ASingle-family social housingaddresses the existing conditionof one family per lot. However,this design proposal is based Bon a lot size and configurationthat creates greater densitiesthan currently exist. It achievesa 40% increase in density basedon the number of homes perhectare. B Scale: 1:500 site plan in collaboration with Eva Camacho (park spaces) and Salvador Patiño (market) A
  22. 22. HOUSING CONFIGURATION METHODOLOGY II IV RULES:HOUSE I I III V I) Maximize options for variation in outdoor space. II - I - V II - I - IV III - I - V III - I - V I-I-I II) Maintain staggered rhythm in facade. III IV III) Staggered rhythm continues with incremental additions.HOUSE II II V V IV) Minimize occurence of same unit adjacencies. III - II - IV III - II - V V - II - IV V - II - V II - II - II I II IIHOUSE III V III IV V II - III - I II - III - II II - III - IV II - III - V V - III - I V - III - II V - III - IV V - III - V III - III - III IIHOUSE IV III IV O IV II - IV - O III - IV - O V - IV - O IV - IV - IV I V IIHOUSE V O III IV O-V-I O - V - II O - V - III O - V - IV V-V-V Second Floor - Phase III House I3 House II3 House III3 House IV3 House V3 Ground Floor - Phase II House I2 House II2 House III2 House IV2 House V2 Ground Floor - Phase I House I House II House III House IV House V Lot - Building Footprint Scale: 1:250
  23. 23. section AA PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT section BB 3D Axonometric section BB axonometric1
  24. 24. rendering of housing & community amenties (plaza/gardens/barbecues) rendering of housing & community amenties (open space/barbecues)
  25. 25. architecturePORTFOLIO