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  • KATE GUTIERREZ

    ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

  • 2920 SPARROW DRIVEFULLERTON, CA 92835

    21kategutierrez@gmail.com

    KATE GUTIERREZ

  • TIMBER IN THE CITY VERTICAL GREENHOUSE

  • FITNESS CENTER ROMA GALLERIA INNOVATIVE CURTAIN WALL

  • TIMBER IN THE CITY

    Red Hook Brooklyn,New York

    2013 ACSA Urban Habitat CompetitionTeam Entry with Classmate Wendy Lai

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  • PROGRAMMATIC ADJACENCIES URBAN CONNECTION_VERTICAL

    URBAN CONNECTION

    Often in large cities, people go to and from a job and never think or see what is happening in their community. A strong urban connection can help encourage community awareness and lead to active involvement. Using this concept as a focal point, all areas of this mixed-use mid-rise building promote a level of connection to the people living in the building and to the passersby.

    A residential bar sits above a parted base creating a plazafurthermore, an inner spatial connection to the Bike Shop, Wood and Digital Production facilities.

    The urban connection extends vertically through stairways leading up to the residential bar, communal outdoor patios, and roof top decks.

  • URBAN CONNECTION_PLAZA

  • STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS

    BRISE SOLEIL SHADING SYSTEMTo help with southern and western exposure, a brise soleil shading system projects 40 and is designed around the varied apartment types allowing for maximum views.

  • CROSS-LAMINATED TIMBER SYSTEM & STEEL TRUSS SYSTEM

    On a smaller scale, the cross-laminated timber system is laterally supported by industrial steel that also acts as shelving for materials in the production facilities.

    SHELVING & LATERAL SUPPORT SYSTEM

    The competition challenge was to use a primary wood construction system. This evolved into a primary cross-laminated timber system with 300 bays that extended from the base up through the residential bar and a secondary steel truss system within the base that spans the required operational lengths for the production facilities.

  • BASE PLAN

    WOOD PRODUCTIONDIGITAL PRODUCTION BIKE SHOP LOBBY

  • TYPICAL RESIDENTIAL PLAN

  • Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    2015 AEI National Student Design Competition_FinalistsKSU Team Entry with Architectural Engineer PeersSelected Architecture Representative

    GROWING POWER VERTICAL GREEN HOUSE

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  • GREENHOUSE SHIFT

    1_GIVEN DESIGNCORE CONNECTION

    EXISTING GREENHOUSES

    CORECONNECTION

  • 1_GIVEN DESIGN 2_SPLIT 3_SHIFT 4_CONNECT 5_FINAL DESIGN

  • 1_LEVEL _Lobby/ Offices _Market _Loading/ Processing _Workshop/ Volunteer Area

    URBAN CONNECTION

    EXISTING GREENHOUSES

    FIRE STAIRS

    ELEVATOR

    LOADING

    URBAN CONNECTION

    BASEMENT

    PROGRAMMATIC ADJACENCIES

  • 2_LEVEL _Greenhouses _Classrooms _Demonstration Kitchen _Green House Storage

    3_LEVEL _Gathering Space _Breakout Space _Overlook _General Storage

    4_LEVEL _Administration _Meeting Space _Directors Office _Staff Lounge

    5_LEVEL _Greenhouses

    BASEMENT

    _Freezers/ General Storage _Mechanical/ Electrical

  • NNKansas City Crossroads,Missouri N

    Fall 2014 Individual Project

    KANSAS CITY FITNESS CENTER

  • INTERACTION CORE ADJACENCIES_EXTERNAL

    COMMUNITY INTERACTION

    The Crossroads District in Kansas City, Missouri, historically consists of many old brick warehouses that were recently transformed into art galleries. Local businesses and the galleries all participate in an event called First Fridays. People walk from gallery to gallery, stopping for live entertainment and dining along the way. Given a street corner location for this project, the opportunity for a plaza creates a place of entry to the Fitness Center and an area to host live entertainment, art displays, or food stands for First Friday events.

    A central atrium is adjoined by two masses creating an L shaped form and then connects to a base located below ground level. Both the atrium and plaza create internal and external spatial adjacencies promoting community interaction.

  • ADJACENCIES_INTERNAL

  • SITE PLAN BASEMENT PLAN

  • 1ST LEVEL PLAN 2ND/3RD LEVEL PLAN

    A

  • SECTION A

  • 3D SECTION A & DETAILSWINDOW MULLION AND PRECAST CONRETE PANEL CONNECTION

    PANEL JOINT CONNECTION AND GREEN ROOF LIVE TRAYS

    PRECAST ANCHOR (TYP.)

    WEATHER SEAL

    GYPSUM BOARD -STEEL STUD WALL -SEMI RIGID INSULATION WITH FACING PRECAST PANEL

    2x4 DIMENSIONAL (SHADING DEVICE)

    SHEAR CONNECTION CAST INTO PANEL WITH LEVELING BOLT

    SLOTTED ANCHOR PLATE

    TWO-WAY 11 FLAT PLATE

    6 INSULATION- 1/4 SLOPE

    LIVE TRAYS 5 DEEP

    CANT WITH DRIP EDGE

    WATER PROOF MEMBRANE

    FILL SPACE WITH MINERAL FIBER

    RIGID INSULATION

    GYPSUM BOARD

    STEEL STUD WALL

    CAST IN PLACE ANCHOR

    STEEL BRACKET

    AWNING WINDOW/ MULLION

    NON-OPERABLE WINDOW

    5 MULLION WITH AN EXTENSION FOR THE SHADING DEVICE

  • ROMA GALLERIACentro Studi, Orvieto ItalyItalian Studies Spring 2014

    Piazza NavonaRome, Italy

    Two works of famous artists, Borromini and Bernini, reside in Piazza Navona. The Church of St. Agnes and the Fountain of the Four Rivers are both major focal points in the piazza. In the Roma Galleria, both artists will be represented in two separate galleries that architecturally and spatially reflect the artists styles and work.

    Borrominis gallery descends while Berninis ascendslinked by a viewing gallery featuring the church on the left and the fountain on the right. The entry offers a choice of which gallery to start with, promoting an initial neutrality that joins the opposing galleries into a continuous loop. This stimulates personal reflection upon the two rivaling artists. The angular form and structure acts as a sculptural piece within the piazza, yet respects the existing art.

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  • GALLERIA ENTRY BORROMINI GALLERY BERNINI GALLERY

    ROMA GALLERIA

  • SECTION D

  • PERSPECTIVE_ ITALIAN STUDIES

  • RESEARCH SIMULATE INNOVATE

    Graduate Research/Design Thesis_IN PROGRESSCollaboration with Classmates Jenelle Tenneigkeit_Kristy Johnson

    INNOVATIVE CURTAIN WALL

    HYPOTHESIS:The basic framing systems of curtain walls have remained relatively unchanged for decades, unlike glass technology which has had numerous advances; new materials and methods can be used to create a system that is more energy efficient.

    CLAIM:Composite systems will provide better performance solutions to facade and curtain walls than traditional curtain wall systems.

  • PROTOTYPE INSTALL INTEGRATE EXPERIMENT

  • 2_GLUE _2 Sheets together with a spray adhesive.

    1_CUT _6 Sheets of Structural Foam into designed panel size. Prototype size: 8 x 27 x 2

    DESIGN_INTEGRATIVE SELF-SUPPORTING PANEL (KKJ)

    LOW-E DOUBLE-GLAZEDINSULATED GLASS UNIT

    ORGANIC STRUCTURAL FOAM

    STRUCTURAL SEALANT

    FIBER REINFORCED PLASTIC

    PROTOTYPE

  • 3_MILL _Create file in Rhino to mill the foam with the CNC router.

    4_LAYER _Stack and adhere the milled layers of foam together.

    6_BEND _FRP using heat to manipulate it into designed shape and adhere to foam.

    5_CUT _Fiber Reinforced Plastic for designed panel size and cut out glazed areas in the panel.

  • 9_FINISH _Material applied after installation and connects to structural foam with hinge (allows for access to structural connection point).

    8_INSTALL _Panel with L brackets (only for prototype) (see next page for innovative connection).

    10_SEAL _The gaps once panel is installed to insure there are no air gaps.

    7_SET _IGU in opening lined with structural adhesive, then seal.

    PROTOTYPE

  • 10_SEAL _The gaps once panel is installed to insure there are no air gaps.

  • TEST 1_CONCLUSION _20x Better Infiltration rate at 50 Pascals than the SIP House

    CONFIGURATION TESTED

    No Masking- SIP Enclosure TestAll Systems Masked - BaselineManko SystemHTSTOMNCKNBDKKJ

    AVE @ 50Pa

    279.8199.9200.0204.5215.3212.8202.5199.7

    CALCULATED @ 50PaNANA0.14.615.412.82.6-.02

    CFM per sq. ft. @ 50Pa

    NA0.390494790.006464120.297349710.993320410.829562590.16591252-0.015083

    (area of each system is 15.47 SF_area of enclosure minus systems is 512 SF)

    TEST 1_EQUIPMENT _Blower Door _Data Logging Hot Wire Anemometer with CFM/CMM and 8:1 IR Thermometer

    EXPERIMENT_AIR INFILTRATION TEST

  • TEST 1_EQUIPMENT _Blower Door _Data Logging Hot Wire Anemometer with CFM/CMM and 8:1 IR Thermometer

  • KKJ

    EXPERIMENT_THERMAL CALCULATIONS_NIGHT

    MANKO CURTAIN WALL_CONCLUSIONS _Perhaps the sunny day caused the infrared sensor to pick up heat from the sun off the exterior surfaces, while the interior of the building would still be in the shade where the temperatures remained cool from the night before.

  • College of Architecture, Planning, and Design_Kansas State University_Manhattan, KSCentro Stud