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IDEAS AND IDEALS |LAMIAE AMEZIANE00IDEAS AND IDEALS |SELECTED WORK LAMIAE AMEZIANE B. ARCH[ IDEA ] ‘Some of my thoughts are like images of things, and it is to…
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IDEAS AND IDEALS |LAMIAE AMEZIANE00IDEAS AND IDEALS |SELECTED WORK LAMIAE AMEZIANE B. ARCH[ IDEA ] ‘Some of my thoughts are like images of things, and it is to these alone that the name ‘idea’ properly belongs.’ René Descartes0201PROJECT |PROJECT |MIND THE GAPTWO WORLDS COLLIDETYPE |TYPE |ARTIST WORK/LIVEFASHIONPAGE |PAGE |006/029030/05904PROJECT |SOCIETY OF SPECTACLETYPE |SOCCER STADIUMPAGE | 086/103(un)SHELTEREDTYPE |HOMELESS SHELTERPAGE | 138/1510807PROJECT |PROJECT |GASTRONOMY COMPLEXTYPE |CULINARY SCHOOLPAGE | 152/16703PROJECT |URBAN GREEN | URBAN GRIDTYPE |HOUSINGPAGE | 060/0850605PROJECT |PROJECT |COYOTE HILLS VISITORS CENTERBAM @ THE HIGHLINETYPE |TYPE |VISITORS CENTERTHEATERPAGE |PAGE |104/121122/13709PROJECT |PERSONAL WORKTYPE | ARTPAGE | 168/181LAMIAE AMEZIANEMIND THE GAP | Weaving artist spaces into the fringes of gentrified communities01DESIGN STATEMENT | The tech community is migrating to SOMA, housing their offices in refurbished warehouses previously occupied by a long living artist community that defined SOMAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s culture. As a result, artists are being displaced. Within this marginalized community, female artists are a more vulnerable minority that is affected more. They fall through the gaps. My thesis project aims to provide a safe space for women artists in SOMA to produce and display their art.PROJECT LOCATION | San Francisco, California[ TERRAIN VAGUE ] â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;It is impossible to capture in a single English word or phrase the meaning of terrain vague.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Ignasi De Sola-Morales A direct translation for terrain vague would mean empty land, as terrain in French stands for land, and vague stands for empty. I see terrain vague as the gaps that exist in the city. The fringes in an urban setting can be as big as an abandoned pier or as small as a left out space under the freeway.THESIS01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09MIND THE GAPPROBLEM |OPPORTUNITY |RESPONSE |TECHNIQUE |01 | San Francisco is one of the most expensive cities in the world01 | Create and preserve an affordable, vibrant and socially progressive space for women artists01 | Artist housing for women artists01 | Peeling layers of the site to enclose artist studio spaces02 | The heavy tech migration from Silicon Valley to SOMA is exponentially increasing the cost of living 03 | Artists are struggling to survive in a tech dominated world 04 | Most industries are male dominated, making women the fringes of the society02 | Foster artistic development through opening up to the public 03 | Teach self determination and gender equality 04 | Support social entrepreneurship amongst women through art programs02 | Public galleries displaying artist residents 03 | Workshops open to young women to cultivate artistic skills02 | Activating a terrain vague: sites between and underneath the freeway 03 | Creating an opaque shell structure conceptually protecting the artist 04 | Opening up to an active street to engage with the public and expose the artists work010 011LAMIAE AMEZIANEINSTRUCTORS | MINI CHU & PHILLIP RADIAGRAM | PRICE OF LIVING 01 | FOOD 02 | TRANSPORTATION 03 | LIVING01 |02 |03 |THESISDIAGRAM | CONCENTRATION MAP WHO IS IN SAN FRANCISCO ? Fortune 500 companies: 01 | Headquartered in San Francisco: 8 02 | Headquartered in the Bay area: 30 03 | 35,603 people work in information technology 04 | $ 185,669 is the average amount a tech employee made in 2017 05 | 35% of the total 9.5 million square feet of office space is leased to tech companies in San FranciscoMIND THE GAP01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09LAMIAE AMEZIANEINSTRUCTORS | MINI CHU & PHILLIP RATHESISMIND THE GAP01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09< DIAGRAM | GHOST SHIP FIRE In December 2016, an illegal artist warehouse burned down. The economic backdrop of the tragedy shows how rising rents and fears of eviction can push vulnerable artists in a desperate search for housing to unsafe living arrangements.014 015LAMIAE AMEZIANEINSTRUCTORS | MINI CHU & PHILLIP RATHESISMIND THE GAP01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09< DIAGRAM | WOMEN IN THE GLOBAL ART MARKET San Francisco is a popular destination known for its vibrant and diverse art scene and eclectic mix of architecture, and landmarks. The cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s celebrated cultural legacy is shown through its multiple museums and art galleries. It is home to the countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s oldest ballet, the oldest flower conservatory in North America, and up to 200 world theatre premiers.016 017LAMIAE AMEZIANEINSTRUCTORS | MINI CHU & PHILLIP RATHESISMIND THE GAP01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09018 019LAMIAE AMEZIANEPLAN | SITE PLANINSTRUCTORS | MINI CHU & PHILLIP RACOURSE NAMEPROJECT TITLE HERE01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09LAMIAE AMEZIANEINSTRUCTORS | MINI CHU & PHILLIP RAVIEW | RESIDENT COURTYARD >< DIAGRAM | PROGRAM DIAGRAMLAMIAE AMEZIANE01 |INSTRUCTORS | MINI CHU & PHILLIP RATHESIS02 | PLAN | 01 | First floor plan 02 | Second floor plan 03 | Third floor plan01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09MIND THE GAP03 |024 025LAMIAE AMEZIANEINSTRUCTORS | MINI CHU & PHILLIP RA< DIAGRAM | SECTIONAL RELATIONSHIPSTHESISMIND THE GAP01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09LAMIAE AMEZIANEINSTRUCTORS | MINI CHU & PHILLIP RATHESIS< SECTION | SECTION THROUGH ART STUDIOSMIND THE GAP01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09028 029TWO WORLDS COLLIDE | Architecture in motion and structural fashion02DESIGN STATEMENT | Solid versus fabric and form versus function are the main themes for this collection that explores what happens when fashion and architecture merge. These looks challenge the solid world of architecture by incorporating fabric. Learning how architectural forms can be assimilated into a garment. Architectural shapes and voluminous structures are integrated into the garments to create designs that are inspired by glass sponges and conceptually representing a protective layer that changes in form and opacity.[ WORDS FROM THE DESIGNERS ] In the past, I stumbled on a pretty rock, dull on the outside, rich on the inside, and I questioned myself, how can I install an idea of beauty that will grow through time? A Geode thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s how itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s called: A spherical rock with hollow cavities lined crystals. These crystals and their very unique colors are a product of time: over millions of years volcanic bubbles harden and water mixed with silica forms the inner layer of these rocks. Today, the origin of our collection is to think that beauty has its own course parallel to our life, and that as we struggle, it creates a shell that will keep our integrity crystallized through time.LAMIAE AMEZIANE & GARDENIA ZHOUINSTRUCTORS | ROBERT CURRY & GARY MILLEROUR STORY | Fashion is not limited to conventional fabric; instead, it can be adapted to fit silhouettes and forms that are created to stand out. To achieve our vision, we used a process that involved a 3-D slicer software for three-dimensional visualization, a laser cut, and a vacuum that is designed to develop precise physical models. Foam, silk gazar, and wool are combined to create designs that are inspired by glass sponges. Although the garments include structured forms, from up close, one can see the use of silk wool and twill wool. Foam is also used to give structure to the 3-D parts of the garments while digital printing techniques are used to print plaids on the 3-D forms.For me, this collection represents an opportunity to step out of my comfort zone and explore the relationship of solid versus fluid and form versus function while steering away from the idea that architectural structures are limited to buildings. Zhou doesn’t consider this type of sculptural clothing her ‘style’; however, she was attracted to the idea of playing with movement and texture. Designers in our respective fields, Gardenia and I switched roles to build the bridge that connects fashion and architecture.FASHION THESISTWO WORLDS COLLIDE01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09034 035COURSE NAMEPROJECT TITLE HERE01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09DESCRIPTION | Light purple wool midi dress with asymmetrical wide neck collar and double layered open partial sleeves. Layered dress uses extra boning to hold bell like structure. Neckline is embellished with architectural plaid printed foam piece.036 037LAMIAE AMEZIANE & GARDENIA ZHOUINSTRUCTORS | ROBERT CURRY & GARY MILLERPROJECT TITLE HERE038 039COURSE NAMEPROJECT TITLE HERE01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09DESCRIPTION | Steel gray wool check v-neck sleeveless princess line dress. Blue wool check asymmetrical coat with handmade laser cut architectural right sleeve and handmade 3D triangle stained basswood frame detail. Dark blue tweed coat with exaggerated lapels, asymmetrical right arm hole, right floating sleeve and left side opening.040 041LAMIAE AMEZIANE & GARDENIA ZHOUINSTRUCTORS | ROBERT CURRY & GARY MILLER042 043COURSE NAMEPROJECT TITLE HERE01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09DESCRIPTION | Light blue felt rounded shoulder wool dress with raised neckline and floating third sleeve. Handmade 3D marine invertebrate modular architectural shell, emerges from the fake sleeve to become an exaggerated statement piece covering the neckline.044 045LAMIAE AMEZIANE & GARDENIA ZHOUINSTRUCTORS | ROBERT CURRY & GARY MILLER046 047COURSE NAMEPROJECT TITLE HERE01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09DESCRIPTION | Mint green check oversized wool jumpsuit with lapels and vented sleeves. Handmade laser cut foam collar attached to 3D basswood frame architectural structure, weaving in printed foam triangles, forming cantilevered building like structure erected from the shoulder.048 049LAMIAE AMEZIANE & GARDENIA ZHOUINSTRUCTORS | ROBERT CURRY & GARY MILLER050 051COURSE NAMEPROJECT TITLE HERE01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09DESCRIPTION | Grey plaid wool tube dress connected to architecture wrap top. Foam plaid printed shell top, conceptually represents an armadillo shell, a protective layer that moves with the body. Shell top adapts to the body, moving along with the curves of the body (structure) that wears it.052 053LAMIAE AMEZIANE & GARDENIA ZHOUINSTRUCTORS | ROBERT CURRY & GARY MILLER054 055COURSE NAMEPROJECT TITLE HERE01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09DESCRIPTION | Purple wool princess dress, exaggerated structured v neck collar, raised shoulders create a dramatic opening and a vertical neck collar. Bottom petals are handmade wrapped in printed foam strips, modular origami piece detail sewn into the opening of the foam petals.056 057LAMIAE AMEZIANE & GARDENIA ZHOUINSTRUCTORS | ROBERT CURRY & GARY MILLER058 059URBAN GREEN | URBAN GRID Knitting Diamond Heights community together03DESIGN STATEMENT | This proposal offers a hub for the neighborhood by engaging the residents of Diamond Heights in a more well knitted community and environment, and to weave together the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s gridded neighborhoods, organically formed topography, and the existing greenery. The programs provided on the site includes middle income housing, and the existing retail stores are refurbished for a more engaging town center.PROJECT LOCATION | San Francisco, CaliforniaCOURSE NAME[ KNITTING ] â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;To make (a garment, fabric, etc.) by interlocking loops of one or more yarns either by hand with knitting needles or by machine.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; I believe that architecture knits communities together.LAMIAE AMEZIANEINSTRUCTORS | MINI CHU & PHILLIP RACOURSE NAMEPROJECT TITLE HERE01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09AERIAL VIEW | THE MEADOWLAMIAE AMEZIANEINSTRUCTORS | MINI CHU & PHILLIP RAARH 450URBAN GREEN | URBAN GRID01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09ANALYSIS | SITE CONDITIONS AN ORGANIC EDGE 01 | S  outhern side of the site has a forested like area 02 | Behind the populated green area individual stand alone masses private houses 03 | Steep topography along the southern edge 04 | Very dense green area A RIGID CITY GRID 01 | Eastern side of the site is open to a grand boulevard 02 | Across the boulevard a large residential complex : Avalon at Diamond Heights 03 | Flat terrain along the edge of street 04 | Large neglected open space at entry of residential building< PLAN | SITE PLAN066 067LAMIAE AMEZIANE, PATRICIA HERIYANTHO & FRANCISCO GONZALESINSTRUCTORS | GOETZ FRANK & STEWART GREENARH 450URBAN GREEN | URBAN GRID01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09RESPONSE TO SITE CONTEXT | MASSING CONCEPT Organic identity of the site 01 | Smaller masses are placed along the southern edge 02 | Stand alone masses wrap around the massing penetrating the inner courtyard 03 | The park is extended along that edge becoming an urban green space that connects between the park and Diamond Heights BLVD Rigid edge mimicking existing structures 01 | Larger mass is placed along the rigid edge 02 | A plaza is carved out of the mass mirroring the existing open space 03 | The open space takes on a civic plaza identity, this plaza be- comes a new hub deriving itsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; form from the urban grid nature of the site068 069LAMIAE AMEZIANE, PATRICIA HERIYANTHO & FRANCISCO GONZALESINSTRUCTORS | GOETZ FRANK & STEWART GREENRIGIDSOFTSITE ANALYSIS | ECOLOGY DIAGRAMSITE ANALYSIS | SITE BOUNDARIESARH 450URBAN GREEN | URBAN GRID01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09VIEWSSITE ANALYSIS | TOPOGRAPHY DIAGRAMSITE ANALYSIS | TRAFFIC PATTERNSLAMIAE AMEZIANEINSTRUCTORS | MINI CHU & PHILLIP RAARH 450URBAN GREEN | URBAN GRID01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09VIEW | MEADOW PROMENADE >< PLAN | GROUND FLOOR PLAN072 073LAMIAE AMEZIANE, PATRICIA HERIYANTHO & FRANCISCO GONZALES01|02|INSTRUCTORS | GOETZ FRANK & STEWART GREEN03|04|Interlocking Unit 3BDInt UnitInterlocking Unit 3BDInt UnitTH THCafeGarageARH 45005|URBAN GREEN | URBAN GRID06|01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 0907|DIAGRAM | FORM GENERATION 01| Extrude form of the site 02| Carve out plaza parallel to neighboring building 03| Carve out courtyard center 04| Copy neighboring building 05| Push down to create roof terrace 06| Carve out to free portion of the building 07| Final Form GeneratedSECTION | SECTION ELEVATIONLAMIAE AMEZIANE, PATRICIA HERIYANTHO & FRANCISCO GONZALESINSTRUCTORS | GOETZ FRANK & STEWART GREENFLOOR PLANS | UNIT PLANS > 01| Town House 02| Work Live 03| 2BD Interlocking Unit 04| 3BD Unit Bottom Unit : First Floor Top Unit : Second Floor< VIEW | DIAMOND HEIGHTS PUBLIC PLAZAARH 450URBAN GREEN | URBAN GRID02|03|01|04|01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09076 077010203ARH 45001 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09URBAN GREEN | URBAN GRID< SECTION | WALL SECTION 6 FEET 1/2” TEMPERED GLASS WALLSTAINLESS STEEL DOUBLE SIDED RAILING POST INSULATION METAL STUDS AT 16” O.C.METAL FLASHING WATERPROOF MEMBANE 2” THERMAFIBER INSULATION1” AIR GAPMETAL TRACK LIGHT WEIGHT CONCRETE DECKVERTICAL FURRING HAT CHANNEL WOOD SIDING,WEST RED CEDAR, STAINED 4 1/2” CLT (3PLY)7 1/2” CLT (5PLY)3 5/8”6” FLOATING SLAB STONE FILTER FABRIC GARDENEDGE METAL EDGING TO CONTAIN THE TRAYSINSTAGREEN TRAY INSTAGREEN TRAY GROWING MEDIA TRAY FABRIC STONE FILTER FABRIC DOW STYROFOAM INSULATION ROOT STOP HYDROFLEX PROTECTION SHEET MONOLITHIC MEMBRANE 7 1/2” CLT (5PLY)2’-00” 1/4” OPEN JOINT, TYP. BEVELED EDGE5/8” GYPSUM BOARD9” PT. CONC. SLABDETAIL | 01 | ROOF TERRACE DETAIL >078 079LAMIAE AMEZIANE, PATRICIA HERIYANTHO & FRANCISCO GONZALESINSTRUCTORS | GOETZ FRANK & STEWART GREENDETAILS | 02 | METAL STUD AND CONCRETE FLOOR DETAIL 03 | GLASS BALCONY DETAIL >< MODEL | WALL SECTION DETAIL MODELARH 450URBAN GREEN | URBAN GRID01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 093 5/8”INTERIOR INSULATION 5/8” GYPSUM BOARD METAL STUDS AT 16” O.C. METAL TRACK LIGHT WEIGHT CONCRETE DECKEXTERIOR VERTICAL FURRING HAT CHANNEL WATERPROOF MEMBANE42” TEMPERED GLASS GUARD RAILTEMPERED SLIDING GLASS DOORSCEMENTITIOUS FIBRE BOARD CONC. PAVER2” X 6” WOOD DECK3/4” WOOD FLOOR 2” SELF LEV. GYP CRETE2’-6 1/2”3/4” ACOUSTICAL MAT PT.CONC. TRANSFER SLABSTAINLESS STEEL STANDOFF BOLT GLASS ANCHORRESILIENT FURRING 9” PT. CONC. SLAB2” THERMAFIBER INSULATION VERTICAL FURRING HAT CHANNEL WOOD SIDING,WEST RED CEDAR, STAINED5/8” GYPSUM BOARDLAMIAE AMEZIANEARH 450< VIEW | ROOF TERRACEURBAN GREEN | URBAN GRID01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09082 083Solar InverterTREATED WATER TANKCOLLECTION TANKAC DCDistribution PanelElectrical LoadsBack to GridGREYWATER SYSTEMPHOTOVOLTAIC PANELSPlants and shrubs filter the stormwaterGASStormwater runoff from paved surfaces enter the bioswaleSmall rocks further filter the waterExcess stormwater goes into sewer systemsCOLD WATERSOLAR THERMAL COLLECTORSTORMWATER SYSTEMSOCIETY OF SPECTACLE | Building a soccer stadium for the San Francisco Deltas04DESIGN STATEMENT | Soccer stadiums usually focus on delivering an ultimate sport spectacle that offers an experience directly related to the game of soccer. This proposal introduces non-athletic activities that create a contrast with the game of soccer. The project is about shaping a new kind of spectacle through mixing diverse groups of users. This spectacle happens throughout the project when two different programs overlap creating an interaction zone. In response to the interest points in the site, a farmers market, an acrobatics school and an interactive theater are proposed to attract the site users.PROJECT LOCATION | San Francisco, California[ SPECTACLE ] ‘A visually striking performance or display.’ I believe that architecture is a spectacle.LAMIAE AMEZIANEINSTRUCTORS | MINI CHU & PHILLIP RAARH 410SOCIETY OF SPECTACLE01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09< RENDER | SAN FRANCISCO DELTAS IN KEZAR STADIUMCOLLAGE | PROGRAM AGENDA > 090 091LAMIAE AMEZIANEINSTRUCTOR | KAREN SEONGARH 410SOCIETY OF SPECTACLERESTING01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09DININGSHOPPING< DIAGRAM | SITE ANALYSIS Art practice/ Exhibition Local retail Franchise Main circulation path Green zones boundaries Axis of activity Site boundaries^ PROGRAM AGENDA | FARMERS MARKET The working market acts as: 01 | market landscape 02 | market neighborhood 03 | market promenade Goal: Activating the site by attracting users that may be completely foreign to soccer092 093LAMIAE AMEZIANEINSTRUCTOR | KAREN SEONG< PROGRAM AGENDA | ACROBATICS SCHOOL + INTERACTIVE THEATER Interactive theater | ACTIVE | ENGAGING | TRANSCENDENT 01 | Proximity between audience and production 02 | Direct relationship between performer and spectator Soccer game | ACTIVE | FOCUSED | ENERGETIC 01 | Distance between audience and production 02 | No relationship between player and spectatorARH 410SOCIETY OF SPECTACLE01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09< DIAGRAM | STRUCTURAL + ARCHITECTURAL EXPRESSION01 |01 | Farmers Market ­Thin concrete shell sitting atop slender steel columns | Modest structure serves as a simple shading device02 |02 | Acrobatics School Thick concrete wall becomes roof canopy | Dynamic roof geometry accommodates height change03 |03 | Interactive Theater Massive concrete structure transitions from wall to roof, to wall to floor | Continuous structure implies wrapping04 |04 | Hybrid: School + Theater 3 in 1 condition: Thick wall becomes cantilevering roof | Thin concrete shell acts as a bridge | Thick wall hugs interior light mass094 095LAMIAE AMEZIANEINSTRUCTOR | KAREN SEONGARH 41001 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09SOCIETY OF SPECTACLEPLAN | STRUCTURAL PLANS > 01 | FARMERS MARKET 8” Concrete roof | 6” Steel columns | Roof canopy acts as shading for seating 02 | THEATER Varying concrete roof thickness between 8” and 14” | Mixture of steel columns and concrete shear walls | Irregular distribution of 6” diameter columns< PLAN | SITE PLAN0
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