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xport 1JULIAN INCHAURREGUI641 N. Lima StreetBurbank, California 91505Mobile: 818.445.0014Home: 818.563.6162E-mail: [email protected]: http://www.csun.edu/~ji687095/portfolio/index.htmLandscape Design, Building Information Modeling, & VisualizationIn cooperation with Mia Lehrer + Associates, Office of Metropolitan Architecture, and others, a ten acre illustrative site plan for the Universal Building was produced. The site rests on a north facing hillside in Universal Studios Hollywood theme park in Universal City, California. A complete digital presentation of the site plan, interior courtyards, and rooms was developed. Digital photo-editing was employed to simulate materials in all renderings. All digital design develop-ment drawing files and documents were developed for exchange via internet data transfer.Detailed drawing development included site furnish-ings, site elements such as walls, convex, and concave forms. Coordination included civil site design with OMA and HR+A and landscape design with Inside|Outside. Interesting challenges presented by the project include: grading for steep hillside, terraced planting, uncommon application of materials such as glass, aluminum, and wire meshing.URBAN DESIGNCoordination of Presentation DrawingsUNIVERSAL CITY, CALIFORNIAUNIVERSAL BUILDINGSection BSection CSection AIllustrative Site PlanConcave, convex plantersTerraced planters. Grasses of varying,color, texture, and heightFire access andturnaroundService accessWater feature with infinity edgeLEGEND1. Executive Tower2. Collective Tower3. Circulation Tower4. Virtual Tower5. Drop-Off and TurnaroundDrainage channelRECREATIONAL DEVELOPMENTCoordination of Design DevelopmentEMERALD BAY, MAZATLAN, MEXICOPUEBLO BONITO HOTEL & RESORTEnlarged Detailed PlanEnlarged Section DetailsServices areaMain lobbyPhase 1 pool and spa3-story habitationsService accessTennis courtsPhase 2 pool and spaKoi pond and gardenRestaurant/ retailRuin fountainMain access road and planted medianBeach and Pacific OceanIn cooperation with Steven A. Ormenyi + Associates,and Molins Arquitectos, a five acre detailed site plan for Pueblo Bonito Hotel & resort was produced. The site is located northwest of Mazatlan, Mexico.Over a course of six months a complete digital drawing database and construction bid document set were developed. All plan development was resolved, digitized, and exchanged via internet data transfer.Plans, sections, details, photos, and sketches were prepared for preliminary design through final submit-tal. Detailed drawing development included fountain construction and tiling plans and details.Coordination included civil site design with Molins Arquitectos and fountain design with consultants.Interesting challenges presented by the project include: grading for +30% slope, planting for sub-tropical coast, variety and specialty of hand-crafted materials, language and culture.COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENTCoordination of Construction DocumentsCOMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENTCOMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENTLONG BEACH, CALIFORNIAKILROY REALTY, KILROY AIRPORTEnlarged detailed plan of central fountain featureEnlarged section detail of central fountain featureIllustrative Site PlanAn airport, commercial development, and interstate 405 bound this commercial property. Much of the work for this project included coordination with engineers on the location and configuration of mechanical equipment as well as parking and street tree planting.The concept development phase focused on distin-guishing the space while matching the materials used in an earlier development phase. The result was the specification of colored integral concrete, raised planter walls that double as seats, and encircling bands of granite. An artist was also consulted for the design of a central water sculpture.All drawings were coordinated with the engineers and artist. All materials were researched and priced under supervision of project manager. Coordination contin-ued through construction on the layout of the granite bands, planters, score lines and tree wells.STREET SCAPE VISUALIZATIONMultiple Alternative SimulationsExisting Conditions on Lincoln AvenueMIX OF TREE HEIGHTS ANDCANOPIESDESIRED DESIGN CONCEPT:ALLEE OF PALM TREES WITHCOLORFUL SHADE TREES FORACCENT.15'-30' TALL, EQUAL WIDTH CANOPYDESIREDOPTION 1Cassia excelsaCrown of GoldPARTIALLY EVERGREENFAST GROWTH TO 25'-30'LARGE BRIGHT YELLOW FLOWERS IN12"-16" CLUSTERSBLOOMS LATE SUMMER EARLY FALLOPTION 2Chitalpa tashkentensis 'pink dawn'ChitalpaDECIDUOUSFAST GROWTH TO 20'-30'PINK-WHITE TRUMPET SHAPEDFLOWERS WITH PURPLEBLOOMS EARLY SUMMERCITY OF PASADENA, CALIFORNIALINCOLN AVENUE Context map highlighting area of studyPhoto-visualization is an important tool in the decision making process. It provides decision-makers with simulated results to be compared and contrasted with the existing conditions.This project employed film and digital editing to produce street tree alternatives for the City of Pasa-dena.The simulations made street tree proposals a visual possibility and thereby facilitate the decision making process.CONCEPT DEVELOPMENTCreating a Children’s Play SpaceDARTFORD, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOMDARTFORD COMMUNITY HOSPITALAxonometric sketch of rehabilitation/children’s play spacePartial enlarged sectionIllustrative Site PlanLEGENDA. West wingB. East wingC. Rehabilitation/Children’s play spaceD. Children’s clinicE. ParkingF. Buffer plantingG. Passive recreationThe master plan for Dartford Community hospital called for design alternatives to the children’s the Pediatrics wing. The goals for this phase were to develop active/passive spaces between the main hospital and new children’s clinic. The concept was to provide a space for rehabilitation, relaxation, and learning.Under the direction of the project architect, a program was developed along with several alterna-tives. The favored design included peripheral areas for self-education of medicinal plants. Passive areas were located on the outer perimeter with active play areas in the interior. Special rubberized paving was also integrated to reduce risk of injury.Both program goals and objectives were satisfied, with the added benefit of learning exhibits and functional aesthetics.TRANSPORTATION MASTER PLANNINGConstruction Document DevelopmentUNIVERSAL CITY, CALIFORNIAUNIVERSAL RED LINE STATIONTRANSPORTATION MASTER PLANNINGTRANSPORTATION MASTER PLANNINGConstruction Document DevelopmentConstruction Document DevelopmentA complete construction bid set


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