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Architectural Portfolio

Transcript of Portfolio: Joseph Flynn

  • Joseph Louis Flynn

  • Joseph Louis Flynn

  • Junior

    B.S. Architectural Studies

    SOPHOMORE

    USC SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

    FRESHMAN

    Architecture 102AArchitectural Design I>Amy Murphy>Lee Olvera4 Units

    Architecture 114Architecture: Culture and Community>Yo-ichiro Hakomori, Ph.D>Aaron Bently2 Units

    Architecture 105Fundamentals of Design Communication>Lee Olvera>Joe Sturges2 Units

    FA 04

    Architecture 102BArchitectural Design I>Amy Murphy>Li Wen, AIA4 Units

    Architecture 214AHistory of Architec-ture>Diane Ghirardo, Ph.D4 Units

    Writing 130 Analytical Writing4 Units

    Math 108Introductory College Mathematics4 Units

    SP 05

    Architecture 202AArchitectural Design II>Paul Tang>Glen Fearon6 Units

    Architecture 214BHistory of Architec-ture>James Steele, Ph.D4 Units

    Architecture 213ABuilding Structures and Seismic Design>Goetz Schierle, PhD, FAIA 3 Units

    Art History 120 Foundations of Western Art>Carolyn M. Malone, Ph.D4 Units

    FA 05

    Architecture 202BArchitectural Design II>Paul Tang>Kara Bartelt6 Units

    Architecture 211Materials and Methods of Building Construction>Christoph Kapeller>Paul Tang3 Units

    Architecture 213BBuilding Structures and Seismic Design>Goetz Schierle, PhD, FAIA 3 Units

    Architecture 407Advanced Computer Applications>Karen Kensek3 Units

    SP 06

    Architecture 441A History of Archi-tectural Theory: 1400-1914>Diane Ghirardo, Ph.D3 Units

    Architecture 215Design for the Thermal and Atmospheric Environ-ment>Marc Schiler3 Units

    Architecture 270 Introduction to Archi-tectural Studies>Doug Noble, Ph.D2 Units

    Architecture 440Literature and the Urban Experience>Diane Ghirardo, Ph.D4 Units

    Anthropology 315 North American Indians4 Units

    FA 06

    Architecture 326 The Modern Movement in Architecture>James Steele, Ph.D4 Units

    Architecture 526Professional Practice: Legal and Economic Context Project Documentation>Janek Tabencki Dom-browa3 Units

    Writing 340Advanced Writing4 Units

    Architecture 315Design for the Lumi-nous and Sonic Envi-ronment>Marc Schiler

    SP 07

    Arts and Letters 101Studies in Arts and Letters4 Units

    InternationalRelations 101International Rela-tions4 Units

    SU 07

  • Senior 1st-Year Grad 2nd-Year Grad

    Masters of Architecture + Urbanism

    Architecture 525 Professional Practice: Pre-Design, Project and Office Administra-tion3 Units

    Architecture 444 Great Houses of Los Angeles4 Units

    Architecture 313Design of Building Structures>Jeff Guh, Ph.D3 Units

    Architecture 454Contemporary Asian Architecture>James Steele, Ph.D4 Units

    Anthropology 200 The Origins of Human-ity4 Units

    FA 07

    Architecture 206Shelter>Sara Loe4 Units

    Architecture 527Case Studies: The Development of Urban Housing>John V. Mutlow2 Units

    Architecture 470 Architectural Studies Capstone Seminar>Paul Tang4 Units

    Architecture 411Architectural Technol-ogy>Jeff Guh, Ph.D3 Units

    Physics 125 Physics for Architects4 Units

    SP 08

    Architecture 505AGraduate Architecture Design>John V. Mutlow6 Units

    Architecture 537Urban Plant Ecology>3 Units

    Architecture 511 Building Systems>4 Units

    Architecture 561 Architecture in the Urban Landscape>Robert Harris> Vinayak Bharne2 Units

    Architecture 532Elements of the Urban Landscape2 Units

    FA 08

    Architecture 505B Graduate Architecture Design> Raveevarn Choksombatchai6 Units

    Architecture 531The Natural Landscape>Doug and Regula Campell3 Units

    Architecture 599Special Topics>Roger Sherwood2 Units

    Architecture 563 Architecture in the Urban Landscape: Com-parative Theories> Rachel Berney> John Kaliski2 Units

    Architecture 533Urban Landscape Case Studies> Rachel Berney2 Units

    SP 09

    Architecture 605A Graduate Architecture Design>Gail Borden6 Units

    Architecture 417Computer Programming in Architecture> David Gerber>Roland Wahlroos-Ritter3 Units

    Architecture 519 Sustainability in the Environment>Greg Otto3 Units

    Architecture 534 Landscape Interven-tion: Construction Methods>Alexander Robinson3 Units

    Geography 601 Sustainable Cities >Robert Vos, Ph.D4 Units

    Policy, Planning andDevelopment 621Environmental Impacts>Robert Manford, Ph.D 4 Units

    FA 09

    Architecture 605BGraduate Architec-ture Design>>6 Units

    EnvironmentalEngineering 502Environmental and Regulatory Compli-ance>3 Units

    SP 10SU 09

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    BLOOM WALLdate_011.09class_arch_417_computer programming in architectureinstructor_dr. david gerber & roland ritter

    bloom_wall is a parametric explo-ration into a component breath-ing wall system. the parameters of design were defined through the geometric logic seen in the morphol-ogy of a flower bloom. as such, the component morphology lends itself to an economy of surface area allowing maximum shading to occur at mid-day, and maximum exposure to occur when sunlight is less available.

    Foam study model: closed state

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    Foam study model: Open Sate

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    Foam study model: closed state

  • bloom_wallFoam study model: Closed Sate

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    Foam study model: closed state

  • bloom_wallFoam study model: Open Sate

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    Foam study model: Open Sate

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    Foam study model: Open Sate

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    Computer Model: Aesthetic Affect

  • bloom_wallComputer Model: Aesthetic Affect

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    Computer Model: Aesthetic Affect

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    llMorphogenetic Logic: Flower Bloom

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    Project Translation: Parameters

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    CATIA Modeling: Component Design

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    1:1 Mock-Up: Sanded Acetate

  • bloom_wall1:1 Mock-Up: Sanded Acetate

  • Trat Windfarm: Windlab Moduledate_09.09class_arch_505b_graduate_design_studioinstructor_raveevarn choksombatchai

    project description_windLAB Module is an investigation into a malleable environment whereby wind en-ergy can be tested, debated, and studied using. the form of the module is shaped by the occupants. string vibrations har-ness wind energy at maximum levels given the optimal formation of the module, according to the dynamic inputs of wind velocity and direction.

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    Windlab Module: Malleable Skin

  • TRAT windFARM: MAPPINGS

    Preliminary Study: windlab Module

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    Windlab Module: Section

  • TRAT windFARM: MAPPINGS

    Windlab Module: Skin

  • Site MappingThe drawings map the morphoydynamic landscape as a tool for investiga-tion into energy available by wind movement and behavior. as such, density of vegetation played a par-ticularly influential role in driv-ing the resultant surface of wind resistance.

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    Mappings: Datafield of vegetation density

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    Mappings: Point Overlay

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    Mappings: delaunay Triangulation of Points

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    Mappings: Resulting Surface (Averaging)

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    Mappings: Nodes, Folding, patchwork, political boundary

  • TRAT windFARM: MAPPINGS

    Mappings: Resulting Surface

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    Trajectory of Wind Tunnel Structures: Overlay

  • TRAT windFARM: Wind Tunnel

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    Wind Tunnel: Frame with Infill Wind-Intake Panels

  • TRAT windFARM: Wind Tunnel

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  • Residential SpaThe residential Spa is a parametri-cally driven residential unit that utilizes wave energy In addition to the wind energy generated from the wind tunnels that it is attached to.

    TRAT windFARM: Residential Spa

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    Wireframe: top View

  • TRAT windFARM: Residential Spa

    Residential Units: Living Room

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    Night View

  • TRAT windFARM: Residential SpaResidential Units: Bedroom

  • Eco Loungetrat ecoLOUNGE is the interstitial space between two systems of wind harvest. located above the tree canopy in trat, thailand, the outer shell swells while the inner skin contracts. the inner skin provides enclosure to wind energy harvest using small wind turbines. the undulating expansion and contrac-tion of this primary and secondary structure increase the wind veloc-ity, thus increasing energy har-vest. The Lounge is then positioned within he interstitial space be-tween these two interacting struc-tural systems.

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