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  • JEAN PAUL BROCRHEOTOMIC BOX

    CALA: CENTER FOR ARCHITECTURE & URBANISM LOS ANGELES

    USC ARCH 302B 2014

    ALVIN HUANG STUDIO

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS1. INTORDUCTION

    2. DESIGN PROCESS #5 (FINAL)

    3. DESIGN PROCESS #4 (LARGE SCALE MODEL)

    4. DESIGN PROCESS #3

    5. DESIGN PROCESS #2

    6. DESIGN PROCESS #1

  • INTRODUCTION

    This semester, the task was to design a museum an office space (CALA) where the AIA and the A+D Museum would colaborate and work together to bring an en-joyable space for both architects and the genearl public alike. For my project, the exploration of

    rheotomic surfaces, or surfaces that are fully walk-able was what drove my design.The program was broken into open and closed, programs that you could walk through were open, such as the library, the exposi-tion space, and the lobby. While programs who needed more privacy and separation, such as classrooms, au-ditoriums, and fabrication space, were all closed off by the geometry and pushed to the perimeter of

    the building. The main focus of this project was to find a way to increase public space of DTLA by allowing the whole building to be an extention of the publics walking experience. This was archieved by the use of rheo-tomic surfaces and the opening of the spaces to the

    general public. Structurally, the projects surface would work as a concrete shell, and the loads would transfer to the load-bearing facade. The facade consistes of bracing elements and stuctural columns holding in place the concrete shells and the tmempered Channel glasss

    surrounding the surfaces perimeter.

  • DP5

  • RHEOTOMIC SURFACECONTINIOUS CIRCULATIONFULLY WALKABLESTRUCTURAL LOAD IS CONCENTRATED @ HELIXOPEN SPACERADIAL PARTITIONSLOAD BEARING FACADE

    DOWNTOWN LA NOLLI MAP SITE ACCESS

    4 TH ST

    YA

    WD

    AO

    RB

    YA

    WD

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    RB

    TS

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    TS

    G

    NIR

    PS

    3 RD ST

    2 ND ST

    LP

    MEL

    RA

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  • +=

    SURFACE MANIPULATION CIRCULATION PATHS STRUCTURAL BRACING EDGE SUPPORT

  • 10

    62

    B

    A

    31

    116

    8683

    45

    71

    156 15

    B

    A1 2 4 8 16

    4

    1

    0

    PLAN @10

    10

    PLAN @400

    3

    4

    10

    PLAN @250 1 2 4 8 16

    1

    2

    3

  • 15

    10

    10

    15

    15

    1015

    10

    PLAN @550 PLAN @700 PLAN @850

    PLAN @1000 PLAN @1150 PLAN @1300

    5

    4

    4

    6

    4

    6

    7

    4

    8

    4

    9

    4

  • 1 2 4 8 16

    6

    7

    4

    1

    0

    3

    4

    5

    4

    9

    8

    SECTION B-B

  • 1 2 4 8 16

    0

    1

    2

    4

    6

    4

    4

    4

    4

    3

    5

    4

    7

    8

    9

    SECTION A-A

    Program key

    LobbyGiftshopLibraryExhibitFabricationAuditoriumOfficeClassroomCafeParking

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    0

  • SW ELEVATION SE ELEVATION NE ELEVATION NW ELEVATION1 2 4 8 16

  • DP4

  • LARGE ELEVATOR

    PARKING ENTRANCE / EXIT

    BUILDING ENTRANCE

    EGRESS STAIRS

    RESTROOM (1 X FLOOR)

  • DP3

    SMOOTH STRIATED

    UNIQUEREPETITIVE

    CLASSROOMSMULTIFUNTIONTOILETSEXECUTIVE OFFICESCONFERENCE ROOMELECTRICALJANITORSTORAGESTAFF BATHROOMS

    EXHIBITSCIRCULATIONLOBBY / RECEP-TIONLIBRARYBOARD ROOM

    BOOKSTORECOPY ROOMSUPPLY ROOMFABRICATION

    CAFEBREAK ROOMOPEN OFFICE

    CLASSROOMSTOILETSCONFERENCE ROOMELECTRICALJANITORSTORAGESTAFF BATHROOMSCOPY ROOMSUPPLY ROOM

    EXHIBITSCIRCULATIONLOBBY / RECEP-TIONCAFE

    BREAK ROOMMULTIFUNTIONBOARD ROOMEXECUTIVE OFFICES

    LIBRARYBOOKSTOREFABRICATIONOPEN OFFICE

    PUBLICPRIVATE

    BOARD ROOMBREAK ROOMEXECUTIVE OFFICESCONFERENCE ROOMELECTRICALJANITORSTORAGESTAFF BATHROOMSCOPY ROOMSUPPLY ROOM

    EXHIBITSCIRCULATIONLOBBY / RECEP-TIONCAFEBOOKSTORETOILETS

    LIBRARYCLASSROOMSFABRICATIONMULTIFUNTION

    PROGRAM CHARACTERISTICS

    EXHIBIT

    RESTROOM

    FABRICATION

    CLASSROOM

    CONFERENCE

    OFFICE

    BATHROOM STAFF

    STAFF /SEMI-PUBLIC

    PUBLIC

    PUBLIC

    SEMI-PUBLIC

    SEMI-PUBLIC

    OPEN OFFICE

    OFFICE

    SUPPLY

    HVAC

    CLASSROOM

    CAFE

    COURTYARD

    RESTROOM

    LIBRARY

    GIFTSHOP

    VERTICAL CORE

    LOBBY

    MULTIPURPOSE

    RESTROOM

    CLASSROOM

    PROGRAM ORGANIZATION

  • SURFACE CREATION

  • EXHIBIT

    EXHIBIT

    ENTRANCEWAITING AREA

    RECEPTION DESKINFO DESK

    BARKITCHEN

    CASHIER

    CAFE

    SITTING AREA

    OPEN OFFICEMANAGEMENT

    BREAK ROOMCOPPY/SUPPLY

    OFFICES

    CONFERENCE

    ENTRANCE

    BOOKSTACKS

    BOOKSTACKS

    CHECKOUTREADING AREA

    LIBRARY

    INTERIOREXTERIOR

    STORECLASSROOM

    MULTIPURPOSE FABRICATION

  • LOBBY FABRICATION

    LOBBY

    CLASSROOMMULTIPURPOSE

    FABRICATIONOFFICE

    EXHIBIT

    EXHIBITEXHIBIT

    OFFICE CLASSROOM

    CAFE

    CAFE

    STORE

    LIBRARY

    LIBRARY

    MULTIPURPOSE

    INTERIOR

    EXTERIOR

    STORE

    LOBBY

    EXHIBIT

    FABRICATION CAFE EXHIBIT

    STORE

    CLASSROOM

    LIBRARY

    EXHIBIT

    OFFICE

  • classroom

    multipurpose

    wc

    office

    confr.

    office

    staffwc

    open office

    office

    supply room

    hvac

    class-room

    cafe

    wc

    courtyard

    library

    gift shop

    lobby

    exhibit

    classroom

    fabri-cation

    wc

    PLAN @-90

    PLAN @150

    PLAN @300

    PLAN @500

    PLAN @650

    PLAN @800

    PLAN @1000

  • fabrication

    staff bathroom

    classroom

    exhibit

    exhibit

    lobby

    open office

    classroom

    exhibit

    exhibit

    exhibit

    multipurpose

    library

    courtyard

    parkingparking

    SECTION A-A SECTION B-B

  • SECTION B-B

  • DP2

  • 52

    3

    52

    3

    350

    375

    375

    375

    375

    375

    375

    375

    1ST ST

    Museum of Contemporary Art

    Disney Concert Hall

  • INITIAL VOLUME WITH 20 SPACED SLABS. VOLUME IS 140X 117X 62.

    PLAY CIRCULATION PATHS WITH VARIATING WIDTHS FOR DIFFERENT PROGRAMS. USE CIRCULATION FOR EXHIBIT SPACE.

    ALTER OUTSIDE VOLUME FOR TOP LEVEL TO HAVE DIFFERENT HEIGHTS.

    PLACE AND MANIPULATE SIDE SURFACES TO CREATE INNER COURTYARD IN THE FAR LEFT CORNER FOR THE MURAL TO BE SEEN.

    ALTER FLOOR SLABS TO FOLLOW THE MAIN CIRCULATION. BY DOING SO IT CREATS VARIATION IN FLOOR HEIGHTS.

    PLACE FRONT FACADE WITH BOTTOM LEFT CORNER OPEN FOR THE MAIN CIRCULA-TION. THEN PLACE THE ROOF FOLLOW-INF THE VOLUMES FORM.

    LOBBY

    PARKING ENTRANCE

    TEMPORARY EXHIBIT

    CONFERENCE ROOM

    MANAGEMENT

    OUTSIDE COURTYARD

    OFFICE SPACE

    LIBRARY/SHOP

    CAFE

    GROUND FLOOR

    2.0

    3.0

    EXHIBIT CIRCULATION

    CLASSROOM #1

    CLASSROOM #2

    1.0

    4.0

    ROOF

    400

    400

    400

    375

    375

    05

    3

    350

    350

    350

    325

    325

    003

    375

    375

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    EP

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  • 00

    200

    400

    600

    800

    1100

    MURAL

    B-B

    00

    200

    400

    600

    800

    1100

    MURAL

    A-A

  • LOBBY

    EXHIBIT #1CIRCULATION

    CAFE

    CONFERENCE ROOM

    MANAGEMENT

    OFFICE SPACE

    TEMPORARY EXHIBIT

    CLASSROOM #2

    AUDITORIUM

    CLASSROOM #1

    LIBRARY/SHOP

    5.0

    4.0

    GROUND FLOOR

    1.0

    2.0

    3.0

    INITIAL EXTRUSION FOR THE INNER COURTYARD OVER-LOOKING THE MURAL,AS WELL AS ASECOND EXTRUSION FOR SUNLIGHT EXPOSURE

    CARVE OUT THOSE VOLUMES TO CREATE A COURTYARD IN THE SECOND FLOOR.

    ADD SLABS EVERY 20AND TRIM TO ACCOMODATE COURTYARD VOID.

    ADD EXHIBIT/ CIRCULATION SPACE THAT CITS DIAGO-NALLY THROUGH THE SLABS.

  • INITIAL EXTRUSION FOR THE INNER COURTYARD OVER-LOOKING THE MURAL

    SLANTED ROOF

    6.0

    5.0

    4.0

    GROUND FLOOR

    LOBBY

    EXHIBIT #1

    OFFICE SPACE #2

    LIBRARY

    EXHIBIT SPACE #2

    MULTIPURPOSE FLOOR

    OFFICE SPACE #3

    OFFICE SPACE #1

    CLASSROOM #1

    1.0

    2.0

    3.0

    ALTERNATE ONDU-LATING SURFACES CUTTING THROUGH THE VOLUME.

    FINAL VOLUMETIC SHAPE IS DEFINED BY BOTH THE COURTYARD AND THE ONDULATING FLOORS

  • Extrusion of a volumetric mass of 30,00 sf with 15 to 15 ceiling to floor measure-ments. It equals to roughly 4 floors (60) if we keep the 15 set-back from the residential build-ing to the right.

    Extrusion of a 7,300sf court-yard for private inner space and light accomoda-tions. The over-all mass was then scaled up another 15 to make up for the substracted mass.

    Inner courtyard space is shifted towards the mural for light-ing and view purposes. Inner core of the courtyard re-mains while the top corners cut the volume in 45 degree angles.

    Bottom right corner is pushed up for street entrance. To accomodate the space lost, top left corner is also pushed up 15. The top far left corner is pushed down 15, correspondingly, the top corner is raised 30 for the loss of space.