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<ul><li><p>Nicole GioiellaThe Pennsylvania State UniversityCollege of Arts and Architecture H. Campbell and Eleanor R. Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture Bachelor of ArchitectureARCH 232 - Architectural Design II Spring 2013</p></li><li><p>TABLE OF CONTENTS:HOUSE OF THE FAUN ANALYTIQUEVILLA STEIN A ROBIN &amp; ITS HOUSEHOUSE VI ANALYSIS GREEN DORM CHAIRDESIGN BUILD WINE WALLPAINTING ANALYSIS/SPATIAL COMPOSITIONENOTECATOPOGRAPHY EXERCISEHOUSE FOR A MUSICIANGEODESIC DOMEGEODESIC DOME CLADDINGTOMB FOR WALT DISNEYCONCESSION STAND ALTES MUSEUM ANALYSISDESIGNING A GENERATIVE WALL BROOKLYN BRIDGE MUSEUM </p><p>12345-67-891011-121314-16171819-2021-2223-242526-28</p></li><li><p>HOUSE OF THE FAUN</p><p>1</p><p>JAMES COOPER</p><p>ARCH 121 - VISUAL COMMUNICATION I</p><p>FIRST YEAR - FALL 2011</p><p>2 WEEKS</p><p>ANALYZE THE HOUSE OF THE FAUN IN POMPEII, ITALY. FOCUS ON FEATURES THAT ARE IMPORTANT TO THE STRUCTURE AND WHY IT WAS BUILT. RECREATE PLANS AND OTHER FEATURES OF THE BUILDING </p><p>HOUSE OF THE FAUN ANALYTIQUE J</p><p>ARCH 121 COMMUNICATION </p><p>FIRST YEAR - FALL 2011</p><p>2 WEEKS</p></li><li><p>2VILLA STEIN JAMES COOPER</p><p>ARCH 121 - VISUAL COMMUNICATION I </p><p>FIRST YEAR - FALL 2011</p><p>3 WEEKS</p><p>ANALYZE THE VILLA STEIN DESIGNED BY ADOLF LOOS FOCUSING SPECIFICALLY ON THE IMPORTANTCE OF THE LIGHT, SHADE, AND SHADOW THAT THE STRUCTURE CREATES. </p><p>NICOLE GIOIELLA</p></li><li><p>3A ROBIN &amp; ITS HOUSEREGGIE AVILES &amp; JODI LA COE</p><p>ARCH 122 - VISUAL COMMUNICATION II</p><p>FIRST YEAR - SPRING 2012</p><p>3 WEEKS</p><p>GROUP PROJECT</p><p>RECREATE A DIGITAL MODEL OF A ROBIN TO BE FLATPACK PRINTED AND ASSEMBLED. AND DESIGN A BIRD HOUSE FOR THE ROBIN USING INSPIRATION FROM HOUSE VI DESIGNED BY ARCHITECT PETER EISENMEN. </p></li><li><p>4HOUSE VI ANALYSIS REGGIE AVILES &amp; JODI LA COE</p><p>ARCH 122 - VISUAL COMMUNICATION II</p><p>FIRST YEAR - SPRING 2012</p><p>3 WEEKS</p><p>ANALYZE HOUSE VI BUILT BY ARCHITECT PETER EISENMEN AND IS IN CORNWALL, CONNECTICUT . TO THE BEST ABILITY REDRAW/ RECREATE THE HOUSE USING THE PROGRAM REVIT. INFLUENCE FROM THIS HOUSE IS USED FOR THE ROBIN BIRD HOUSE.</p></li><li><p>5GREEN DORM CHAIR JODI LA COE</p><p>ARCH 132 - BASIC DESIGN STUDIO II </p><p>FIRST YEAR - SPRING 2012</p><p>7 WEEKS</p><p>DESIGN AN INNOVATIVE AND DIFFERENT WAY THAT FURNITURE CAN BE UTILIZED MOR EFFICIENTLY IN AN EAST HALL DORM ROOM. THIS CHAIR REPRESENTS MULTIPURPOSE AND FUNCTIONALITY. THIS CHAIR DOUBLES AS A CHAIR WITH STORAGE SHELVES OR CONVERT INTO A BENCH TO PROVIDE MORE SEAT-ING IN DORMS THAT LACK ENOUGH.</p><p>HOUSE VI ANALYSIS </p></li><li><p>6GREEN DORM CHAIR JODI LA COE</p><p>ARCH 132 - BASIC DESIGN STUDIO II</p><p>FIRST YEAR - SPRING 2012</p><p>7 WEEKS</p><p>DESIGN AN INNOVATIVE AND DIFFERENT WAY THAT FURNITURE CAN BE UTILIZED MOR EFFICIENTLY IN AN EAST HALL DORM ROOM. THIS CHAIR REPRESENTS MULTIPURPOSE AND FUNCTIONALITY. THIS CHAIR DOUBLES AS A CHAIR WITH STORAGE SHELVES OR CONVERT INTO A BENCH TO PROVIDE MORE SEAT-ING IN DORMS THAT LACK ENOUGH.</p></li><li><p>7DESIGN BUILDREBECCA HENN</p><p>ARCH 132- BASIC DESIGN STUDIO II </p><p>FIRST YEAR - SPRING 2012</p><p>7 WEEKS</p><p>GROUP PROJECT</p><p>DESIGN FURNITURE TO MEET THE CLIENTS NEEDS, THE NEEDS OF THE SPACE, AND BE FUNCTIONAL FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE SPACE WHICH IS USED FOR MEETINGS BETWEEN STUDENTS AND ADVISORS. THE CLIENT WANTED TO CREAT A SPACE THAT IS PROFESSIONAL LOOK-ING, INCLUDING DISPLAYING THE AWARDS THAT STUDENTS HAVE WON, FOR WHEN SPONSORS CAME IN. </p></li><li><p>8DESIGN BUILD REBECCA HENN</p><p>ARCH 132- BASIC DESIGN STUDIO II </p><p>FIRST YEAR - SPRING 2012</p><p>7 WEEKS</p><p>GROUP PROJECT</p><p>DESIGN FURNITURE TO MEET THE CLIENTS NEEDS, THE NEEDS OF THE SPACE, AND BE FUNCTIONAL FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE SPACE WHICH IS USED FOR MEETINGS BETWEEN STUDENTS AND ADVISORS. THE CLIENT WANTED TO CREAT A SPACE THAT IS PROFESSIONAL LOOK-ING, INCLUDING DISPLAYING THE AWARDS THAT STUDENTS HAVE WON, FOR WHEN SPONSORS </p></li><li><p>9DESIGN BUILD WINE WALLDANIEL CARDOSO &amp; ERIC SUTHERLAND</p><p>ARCH 231 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN I / ARCH 203 MATERIALS &amp; BUILDING CONSTRUCTION I </p><p>SECOND YEAR - FALL 2012</p><p>3 WEEKS</p><p>GROUP PROJECT`</p><p>DESIGN A WINE WALL FOR THE FOLLOWING ENOTECA PROJECT. THIS WINE WALL IS USED WITHIN THE ENOTECA TO DISPLAY THE WINE THAT IS GOING TO BE SOLD AND DRANK BY THE CUSTOMERS. THE STRUCTURE IS SELF-STANDING AND CRADLES A WINE BOTTLE WHILE MAKING THE REMOVAL OF THE BOTTLE FROM THE STRUCTURE EASY. </p></li><li><p>10</p><p>PAINTING ANALYSIS/ SPAITIAL COMPOSITION SHADI NAZARIAN </p><p>ARCH 231 - ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN I </p><p>SECOND YEAR - FALL 2012</p><p>1 WEEK</p><p>ANALYZE THE SPACES IN THE PAINTING AS SUBTRACTIVE AND ADDITIVE. BASED ON THIS CREATE TWO OPPOSING THREE-DIMENSIONAL SCULPTURAL INTERPRETATIONS OF THE PAINTING.</p></li><li><p>11</p><p>PAINTING ANALYSIS/ SPAITIAL COMPOSITION ENOTECASHADI NAZARIAN </p><p>ARCH 231 -ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN I</p><p>SECOND YEAR - FALL 2012</p><p>7 WEEKS</p><p>ANALYZE THE SITE IN THE DOWNTOWN AREA OF STATE COLLEGE, PA. IN THIS SITE INTEGRATE A WINE BAR, OR ENOTECA, INTO THE EXISTING STRUCTURE.THE ENOTECA SHOULD FUNCTION AS A WINE BAR WHERE PATRON CAN ENJOY TAPAS AND WINE, VIEW ART EXHIB-ITS, AND PURCHASE WINE. </p></li><li><p>12</p><p>ENOTECASHADI NAZARIAN </p><p>ARCH 231 -ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN I</p><p>SECOND YEAR - FALL 2012</p><p>7 WEEKS</p><p>ANALYZE THE SITE IN THE DOWNTOWN AREA OF STATE COLLEGE, PA. IN THIS SITE INTEGRATE A WINE BAR, OR ENOTECA, INTO THE EXISTING STRUCTURE.THE ENOTECA SHOULD FUNCTION AS A WINE BAR WHERE PATRON CAN ENJOY TAPAS AND WINE, VIEW ART EXHIB-ITS, AND PURCHASE WINE. </p></li><li><p>13</p><p>ENOTECA TOPOGRAPHY EXERCISEJAMES COOPER</p><p>ARCH 231 - BASIC DESIGN STUDIO I</p><p>SECOND YEAR - FALL 2012</p><p>2 WEEKS</p><p>ANALYZE THE SITE OF THE FOLLOWING PROJECT AT BALD EAGLE STATE PARK. MANIPULATE THE SITE TO THE BUILDING BEING DESIGNED FOR THE CLIENT AT THIS SITE. </p></li><li><p>14</p><p>HOUSE FOR A MUSICIAN JAMES COOPER</p><p>ARCH 231 -ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN I</p><p>SECOND YEAR - FALL 2012</p><p>7 WEEKS</p><p>DESIGN A HOUSE AND AMPITHEATER TO MEET THE NEEDS OF THE MUSICIAN CLIENT. INTEGRATE THE HOUSE INTO THE HILLSIDE IN BALD EAGLE STATE PARK IN PENNSLYVANIA. THE HOUSE SHOULD BE EQUIPED TO HOLD SMALL PERFORMANCES GIVEN BY THE CLIENT AND HOUSE GUESTS. </p><p>DN</p><p>DN</p><p>UP</p><p>-</p><p>SECOND FLOOR PLAN</p><p>DN</p><p>DN</p><p>DN</p><p>DN</p><p>DNDN</p><p>DN</p><p>UP</p><p>DNDN</p><p>DN</p><p>UP</p><p>DN</p><p>DN</p><p>FIRST FLOOR PLAN</p><p>UP</p><p>LOWER FLOOR PLAN</p></li><li><p>15</p><p>HOUSE FOR A MUSICIAN HOUSE FOR A MUSICIAN JAMES COOPER</p><p>ARCH 231 -ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN I</p><p>SECOND YEAR - FALL 2012</p><p>7 WEEKS</p><p>DESIGN A HOUSE AND AMPITHEATER TO MEET THE NEEDS OF THE MUSICIAN CLIENT. INTEGRATE THE HOUSE INTO THE HILLSIDE IN BALD EAGLE STATE PARK IN PENNSLYVANIA. THE HOUSE SHOULD BE EQUIPED TO HOLD SMALL PERFORMANCES GIVEN BY THE CLIENT AND HOUSE GUESTS. </p><p>SOUTH ELEVATION</p><p>EAST ELEVATION</p><p>WEST ELEVATION</p><p>NORTH ELEVATION</p></li><li><p>16</p><p>HOUSE FOR A MUSICIAN </p><p>1 Copy (6) of {3D}</p><p>Copy (4) of {3D} Longitudinal- Section</p><p>1 5 20</p><p>2 10</p><p>JAMES COOPER</p><p>ARCH 231 -ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN I</p><p>SECOND YEAR - FALL 2012</p><p>7 WEEKS</p><p>DESIGN A HOUSE AND AMPITHEATER TO MEET THE NEEDS OF THE MUSICIAN CLIENT. INTEGRATE THE HOUSE INTO THE HILLSIDE IN BALD EAGLE STATE PARK IN PENNSLYVANIA. THE HOUSE SHOULD BE EQUIPED TO HOLD SMALL PERFORMANCES GIVEN BY THE CLIENT AND HOUSE GUESTS. </p><p>CROSS SECTION </p><p>LONGITUDINAL SECTION </p></li><li><p>17</p><p>GEODESIC DOME ERIC SUTHERLAND</p><p>ARCH 203 - MATERIALS &amp; BUILDING CONSTRUCTION I </p><p>SECOND YEAR - FALL 2012</p><p>2 WEEKS</p><p>GROUP PROJECT</p><p>DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT A GEODESIC DOME THAT IS STRUCTURALLY SOUND BUT ALSO LIGHT IN WEIGHT. THE DOME SHOULD BE ABLE TO HOLD A LAPTOP. </p></li><li><p>18</p><p>GEODESIC DOME CLADDINGERIC SUTHERLAND</p><p>ARCH 203 - MATERIALS &amp; BUILDING CONSTRUCTION I </p><p>SECOND YEAR - FALL 2012</p><p>2 WEEKS</p><p>GROUP PROJECT</p><p>CREATE CLADDING FOR THE GEODESIC DOME THAT WAS PREVIOUSLY DESIGNED. THE CLADDING SHOULD BE UNIQUE AND ATTACH TO THE DOME. </p></li><li><p>19</p><p>TOMB FOR WALT DISNEY DANIEL WILLIS</p><p>ARCH 204 - MATERIALS &amp; BUILDING CONSTRUCTION II</p><p>SECOND YEAR - SPRING 2013</p><p>5 WEEKS</p><p>GROUP PROJECT</p><p>DESIGN AND MODEL A TOMB OUT OF STONE FOR A FAMOUS PERSON OF CHOICE. THE STRUCTURE MUST BE WEATHERPROOF AND BE DESIGNED FOR AS LITTLE MAITINENCE AS POSSIBLE. </p><p>R9'-6"</p><p>R11'-6"</p><p>FIRST FLOOR </p><p>ELEVATION </p></li><li><p>20</p><p>TOMB FOR WALT DISNEY DANIEL WILLIS</p><p>ARCH 204 - MATERIALS &amp; BUILDING CONSTRUCTION II</p><p>SECOND YEAR - SPRING 2013</p><p>5 WEEKS</p><p>GROUP PROJECT</p><p>DESIGN AND MODEL A TOMB OUT OF STONE FOR A FAMOUS PERSON OF CHOICE. THE STRUCTURE MUST BE WEATHERPROOF AND BE DESIGNED FOR AS LITTLE MAITINENCE AS POSSIBLE. </p></li><li><p>21</p><p>TOMB FOR WALT DISNEY CONCESSION STAND DANIEL WILLIS</p><p>ARCH 204 - MATERIALS &amp; BUILDING CONSTRUCTION II</p><p>SECOND YEAR - SPRING 2013</p><p>5 WEEKS</p><p>GROUP PROJECT</p><p>DESIGN A CONCRETE MASONRY CONCESSION STAND FOR A HESS FIELD IN PENNSLYVANIA. THE STRUCTURE MUST ACCOMMODATE A CONCESSION STAND, COOKING AREA, FOOD PREPARATION AREA, AND STORAGE ON THE FIRST FLOOR AND A PRESS BOX, UMPIRES CHANGING AREA, AND RESTROOM ON THE SECOND FLOOR. </p><p>SLIDING</p><p>FD</p><p>FIRST FLOOR SECOND FLOOR </p><p>SECTION A SECTION B</p></li><li><p>22</p><p>CONCESSION STAND DANIEL WILLIS</p><p>ARCH 204 - MATERIALS &amp; BUILDING CONSTRUCTION II</p><p>SECOND YEAR - SPRING 2013</p><p>5 WEEKS</p><p>GROUP PORJECT</p><p>DESIGN A CONCRETE MASONRY CONCESSION STAND FOR A HESS FIELD IN PENNSLYVANIA. THE STRUCTURE MUST ACCOMMODATE A CONCESSION STAND, COOKING AREA, FOOD PREPARATION AREA, AND STORAGE ON THE FIRST FLOOR AND A PRESS BOX, UMPIRES CHANGING AREA, AND RESTROOM ON THE SECOND FLOOR. </p><p>NORTH ELEVATION</p><p>SOUTH ELEVATION</p><p>EAST ELEVATION</p><p>WEST ELEVATION</p></li><li><p>23</p><p>CONCESSION STAND ALTES MUSEUM ANALYSIS LOUKAS KALISPERIS</p><p>ARCH 232 - ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II </p><p>SECOND YEAR - SPRING 2013</p><p>2 WEEKS</p><p>ANALYZE THE ALTES MUSEUM IN BERLIN, GERMANY. FOCUS ON THE FEATURES OF THE MUSEUM THAT HIGHLIGHT SUNLIGHT, STRUCTURE, AND CREATING AN ENJOYABLE EXPERIENCE FOR PATRONS. </p></li><li><p>24</p><p>ALTES MUSEUM ANALYSISLOUKAS KALISPERIS</p><p>ARCH 232 - ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II </p><p>SECOND YEAR - SPRING 2013</p><p>2 WEEKS</p><p>ANALYZE THE ALTES MUSEUM IN BERLIN, GERMANY. FOCUS ON THE FEATURES OF THE MUSEUM THAT HIGHLIGHT SUNLIGHT, STRUCTURE, AND CREATING AN ENJOYABLE EXPERIENCE FOR PATRONS. </p></li><li><p>25</p><p>ALTES MUSEUM ANALYSIS DESIGNING A GENERATIVE WALLLOUKAS KALISPERIS</p><p>ARCH 232 - ARCHITECTURALDESIGN II</p><p>SECOND YEAR - SPRING 2013</p><p>2 WEEKS</p><p>DESIGN A UNIQUE CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT. DESIGN THE UNIT BASED ON A REPETATIVE PATTERN. CREATE THE BLOCK TO FORM A WALL WITH A FUNCTIONAL CORNER CONDITION. </p></li><li><p>26</p><p>BROOKLYN BRIDGE MUSEUMLOUKAS KALIPERIS</p><p>ARCH 232 - ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II</p><p>SECOND YEAR - SPRING 2013</p><p>15 WEEKS</p><p>DESIGN A MUSEUM IN DUMBO, NEW YORK FOR THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE. THIS MUSEUM INTEGRATES THE SURROUNDING PARKS IN THE AREA INTO THE MUSEUM DESIGN. THIS MUSEUM TELLS THE STORY OF THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE THROUGH ITS ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS. </p><p>DN</p><p>UP</p><p>UP</p><p>PLYMOUTH STREET</p><p>WAS</p><p>HING</p><p>TON </p><p>STRE</p><p>ETDN</p><p>UP</p><p>DN</p><p>UP</p><p>UP</p><p>UP</p><p>DN</p><p>DN</p><p>GROUND FLOOR PLAN</p><p>FOURTH FLOOR PLAN</p><p>SIXTH FLOOR PLAN</p><p>N</p><p>CMU </p><p>CIRCULATION</p><p>G SA PL AL CE ER SY </p><p>CMU </p></li><li><p>27</p><p>BROOKLYN BRIDGE MUSEUMLOUKAS KALIPERIS</p><p>ARCH 232 - ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II</p><p>SECOND YEAR - SPRING 2013</p><p>15 WEEKS</p><p>DESIGN A MUSEUM IN DUMBO, NEW YORK FOR THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE. THIS MUSEUM INTEGRATES THE SURROUNDING PARKS IN THE AREA INTO THE MUSEUM DESIGN. THIS MUSEUM TELLS THE STORY OF THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE THROUGH ITS ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS. </p><p>NORTH ELEVATIONEAST ELEVATION</p></li><li><p>28</p><p>BROOKLYN BRIDGE MUSEUMLOUKAS KALIPERIS</p><p>ARCH 232 - ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II</p><p>SECOND YEAR - SPRING 2013</p><p>15 WEEKS</p><p>DESIGN A MUSEUM IN DUMBO, NEW YORK FOR THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE. THIS MUSEUM INTEGRATES THE SURROUNDING PARKS IN THE AREA INTO THE MUSEUM DESIGN. THIS MUSEUM TELLS THE STORY OF THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE THROUGH ITS ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS. </p></li></ul>