Work of my Students at the Design IV Studio in New Jersey Institute of Technology
May 1, 2018
Adjunct Instructor, Fall 2018
ARCH364 Studio at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), College of Architecture and Design (COAD)
Dissection and Assembly consists of designing two variations of a community clinic in Roosevelt Island, New York. The clinic serves as healthcare primary facility that accommodates community activities and some form of social gathering as a complementary program.
The semester focuses on the complex operations involved in turning abstract architectural concepts into concrete building proposals. The translation of conceptual ideas into physical space and form requires research analysis, and most importantly synthesis—that is, the ability to assemble, in a congruent way, inputs that arrive from a variety of sources.
Final drawings for the Health Care Clinic of Mateo Ferraro
Final drawings for the Health Care Clinic of Gerald Rubia
Final drawings for the Health Care Clinic of Sholan Kunjappa