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  1. 1. November 26, 2014 Selected works.
  2. 2. I have seven years experience in architecture with specialties in Libraries, Schools, Interior Design, Programming, Environmental design, and feasibility studies. I have work with public project entities such as LACCD, LABOD, LAUSD, LA METRO, and the Port of Los Angeles. I hold a Bachelors of Architecture from California State University Pomona (2007). I am also LEED AP and have carry out LEED silver certified projects. My current position is designer and project coordinator at IBI Group, an international firm with 78 offices worldwide. I can generate project deliverables from schematic to construction documents and I am also capable of coordinating with project consultants. I am familiar with Building Codes and understand technical documentation. Most importantly, I am a good team member and can work independently. I have worked as key project coordinator for a wide range of projects, including Southeast Branch Library in San Jose, Bailey Library in East Los Angeles College, Walnut Park Elementary, and Carnival Cruise Terminal to name a few. My primary role at IBI encompasses all aspects of project delivery including concept design, schematic design, design development, environmental design strategies, full construction documents, and construction observation. I am capable of identifying the projects parameters and analyze objectives. I can generate multimedia project presentations and have verbal skills to convey concepts. I am also fully capable to generate 2D and 3D documents. I am proficient in various software platforms such as Adobe CS, Aftereffects, Autocad 2014, Revit, 3D Studio Max, Rhinoceros 3d with parametric plugging Grasshopper, and SketchUp. On top of my architectural work, my extracurricular activities include being a co-founder of Aphidoidea, a design and art collective. I have created several site specific Art Installations that function as investigational thesis that engage the senses, and use unconventional materials. We have recently finished an installation for the Regional Transportation Department - Light Rail (Denver, Colorado) for Red Rocks Community College light rail station. We have also been commissioned to create an Art Installation for Coachella Valley Music and Art Festival 2013, Burning Man 2012-2013, and Santa Monica Glow 2013. This of course, is a creative and experimental outlet, in which, I apply to architecture directly and indirectly. I have worked with community art revitalization programs such as: Long Beach Arts Council, Inner City Arts, Flux, and Phantom Galleries, Boca Raton Museum of Art and the YMCA. I am a creative design enthusiast, hard worker, problem-solver, detail obsessed, responsible and reliable. I am passionate about design, ideas, collaboration, and most important of all learning. I believe that architecture, and an architects responsibilities, extend beyond the projects scope of work. I view design as a holistic process that encompass all aspect of ones surroundings; environment, social, cultural, political, and economical landscapes. In which, all of these entities should be examined as origins, visual, tactile, and conceptual opportunities for each project. About me
  3. 3. WALNUT PARK ELEMETRAY Wallnut park elementary consisted of five buildings ona 2.5 acre site. Two small learning communities buildings adjacent to each other; a multi purpose building which includes a gym, teather, admin, music and dance classrooms. A library, cafeteria and maintenance building. And an enclosed garage with basketball courts on the rooftop. The middle school has a student capacity of 1024. Year built: 2010 Level of involvement: Planning, Schematic Desing, Design Development, Construction Documents. Software: Autocad, Microstation, Sketchup
  4. 4. BAILEY LIBRARY SOUTH ELEVATION WEST ELEVATION NORTH ELEVATION EAST ELEVATION SCALE 1-16" = 1'-0" SCALE 1-16" = 1'-0" SCALE 1-16" = 1'-0" SCALE 1-16" = 1'-0" 0' 8' 16' 24' 40' 56' 88' 116' METAL PANEL CONCRETECURTAIN WALLSUN SHADE EXISTING CONCRETE WALL EXISTING CONCRETE WALL METAL PANELCURTAIN WALLSUN SHADE CURTAIN WALL SUN SHADE METAL PANELCURTAIN WALL SUN SHADEMETAL PANEL EXISTING CONCRETE WALL EXISTING CONCRETE WALL CURTAIN WALL EXISTING CONCRETE WALL EXISTING CONCRETE WALL EXISTING CONCRETE WALL EXISTING CONCRETE WALL EXISTING CONCRETE WALL EXISTING CONCRETE WALL ELEVATIONS I C P R E S E N TAT I O N 4 . 2 3 . 0 8 JACOBS / PACIFICA FACILITIES Hellen Miller Bailey Library located in East Los Angeles College, part of LACCD. The library was originally built in the 70s and consisted of heavi massing with flutted concrete. The library was expanded to 54,000 sf nearly doubleling in size. There was also a complete remodeling of the interior and upgrades to the mechanical and electrical systems, as well as ADA compliance updates. The library is LEED certified Year built: 2012 Level of involvement: Schematic Desing, Design Development, Construction Administration, LEED certification. Software: Autocad, Sketchup
  5. 5. PERIODICALS TOTAL PROPOSED AREA 57,241 SF 1ST FLOOR BUILDING AREA EXISTING BUILDING PROPOSED EXPANSION TOTAL 1ST FLOOR AREA 22,865 SF 6,472 SF 29,337 SF NORTH SCALE 1-8" = 1'-0" 0' 4' 8' 12' 20' 28' 44' 58' 1ST FLOOR PLAN CLASSROOM ANCILLARY STUDY ROOMS REFERENCE AREA COMPUTER STATIONS EQUIPMENT ROOMS STAFF A A C C B B VESTIBULE CLASSROOM CLASSROOM JAN. STO. CENTRALIZED PHOTOCOPY ROOM ELEV. EQUIP. ROOM STAND-UP COMPUTER STATIONS CIRCULATION DESK EQUIP. STO. LIBRARY CHAIRMAN OFFICE CATA- LOGING OFFICE BDF ROOM LIBRARIAN OFFICE JAN. COMPUTER SUPPORT ROOM RECY- CLING ROOM GENERAL STO. OPEN WORK STATION SHARED WORK AREA STAFF BREAK ROOM (E) EXTERIOR STO. TELE- COMM.SUPPLIES STO. SHIPPING/ RECEIVING CONF. ROOM ELEV. EQUIP. LIBRARIAN OFFICE LIBRARIAN OFFICE CENTRALIZED RESHELVING ELEV. LOBBY REFERENCE STUDY AREA REFERENCE DESK REF. OFFICE REF. OFFICE MACHINE AREA PERIODICAL (E) FAN ROOM (E) BOILER ROOM (E) ELECTRICAL EQUIP. ROOM (E) MECHANICAL EQUIP. ROOM COMPUTER STATIONS COMPUTER STATIONS PRINT RELEASE STATION I C P R E S E N TAT I O N 4 . 2 3 . 0 8 JACOBS / PACIFICA FACILITIES 2ND FLOOR PLAN 2ND FLOOR BUILDING AREA EXISTING BUILDING PROPOSED EXPANSION TOTAL 2ND FLOOR AREA 22,865 SF 5,378 SF 27,904 SF TOTAL PROPOSED AREA 57,241 SF NORTH SCALE 1-8" = 1'-0" 0' 4' 8' 12' 20' 28' 44' 58' ANCILLARY STUDY ROOMS CHILDREN'S AREA STACKS EQUIPMENT ROOMS STAFF A A C C B B (E) FAN ROOM CHILDRENS STUDY AREA JAN. STO. COLLEGE ARCHIVED IDF ROOM CONFERENCE ROOM STUDY AREA STUDY AREA STUDY AREA LIBRARIAN OFFICE STAND-UP COMPUTER STATIONS COPIER I C P R E S E N TAT I O N 4 . 2 3 . 0 8 JACOBS / PACIFICA FACILITIES
  6. 6. LOS ANGELES TRADE TECH COLLEGE BUILDING A A histoical retrofit and addition to the exisitng building. The added glass lobby serves as a gallery space for the display of student work from the two classroms wings. Design with point supported glass, the aestetics were influence by a fusion of the existing historical caracter and the modern steel and glass look. Year built: 2007 Level of involvement: Schematic Desing, Design Development, LEED certification. Software: Autocad, Sketchup
  7. 7. CARNIVAL CRUISE LINE SHADED CANOPIES & VIP LOUNGE Located at the historical Howard Huges Spruce Gooses Dome at the Long Beach Marina, and adjacent to the Queen Mary Ship. The Carnival Cruise Line canopy extensions and VIP lounge were design to accomodate the overgrowing number of cruise passengers that will have to wait to embark. The series of staggered canopies were design in a dynamic fashion in order to reflect the cheerfulness of the cruise line as well as the juxtapos of the historical elements in the site Year built: 208 Level of involvement: Schematic Desing, Design Development, Software: Autocad, Sketchup
  8. 8. LACCD HEAD QUARTERS TI Compete ground floor remodel of the Los Angeles Community College Distric head quartes office. Some of the major challenges were to desire to bring exterior light to the work area at the center of the buidling, as well as the existing buiilding utility and communications lines going thorugh the space. Our desing approach created a series of soffits and overhead transoms in order to satisfy the design requirements and be able to achieve a modern yet formal aesthetic. Year built: 2012 Level of involvement: Schematic Desing, Design Development, Construction Documents. Software: Autocad, Sketchup
  9. 9. IBI GROUP LOS ANGELES OFFICE TI The Los Angeles IBI branch relocated to a historic building in Downtown Los Angeles. The design intent was to create a clean modern look with energetic color accents. The exposed brick and concrete ceilings were part of the design intent and serve to aleviate the low ceiling height and historical presense. Year built: 2013 Level of involvement: Schematic Desing, Design Development Software: Revit 2014, Sketchup, Rhinoceros 3D, Grasshopper.
  10. 10. LAUSD MODULAR BUILDING EXTERIOR WALL MATERIALS LIVING SKIN MATERIALS VARIABLE EXTERIOR COMPONENTS FIBERBOARD PLASTERCORRUGATED METAL PHENOLIC WALL PANEL MESH GREEN SCREEN PHOTOVOLTAICS (B) LIVING SKIN The Living Skin is a floating grid system that provides support for several sustainable applications that will enhance the buildings appearance and environmental character. The grid can support open metal link fabric for a green wall solution; Eco-Screen, perforated screen walls for reduced light pollution; vertical and/or horizontal louver for heat gain reduction as well as solar photovoltaic panels for energy production. (C) PLUG-ONS Two elements can be added above the lower level glazing to provide shade and weather protection. The first is an eyebrow attached to the face of the building from which it projects three feet. The second is a free standing canopy which could be used as either an entry or a lunch shelter. (A) UPPER LEVEL FENESTRATION A eight foot strip fenestration system borders al