B.Arch. Year 2
Zachary Pena, "Aurora Borealis Artic Observatory." 1 of 3.
Zachary Pena, "Aurora Borealis Artic Observatory." 2 of 3.
Zachary Pena, "Aurora Borealis Artic Observatory." 3 of 3.
Reid Mauti.This project studies the carving of a mass to create several private spaces on a public site, allowing the occupants to have an intimate life in a dense city. It uses multiple cladding systems (slate screen, brick, and modular wood cabinets) to form a gradient of fenestrations, further increasing the opportunities to create private space without compromising natural light. 1 of 3.
Reid Mauti. 2 of 3.
Reid Mauti. 3 of 3.
John Connor. The concept of the project was to design an open universal cabin for a summer camp with an emphasis on natural ventilation and light, with a simple and traditional yet modern structure. 1 of 2.
John Connor. 2 of 2.
Jeffrey Petrick. This project creates a transition from the bustling city to a peaceful art camp retreat in the middle of the park. Inhabitants of the park have the feel of being in a remote area while in the sleeping areas, yet still experience the city in the main pavilion. 1 of 2.
Jeffrey Petrick. 2 of 2.
Christian Pereda. The pavilion of the art camp is a transition from an urban area of Chicago to the dense forest, where the children will explore, play, and learn in a different environment. It is a bridge that brings one directly into the forest, starting with a structure in the parking lot and ending with the assembly area entirely suspended in the air with different views, including a river that separates the pavilion from the cabins and rest of the camp activities.1 of 2.
Christian Pereda. 2 of 2.