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<ul><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 1/39</p><p>TIMOTHY GALEArchitecture + Design Portfolio</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 2/39</p><p>Syracuse University School of ArchitectureExpected May 2011Bachelor of Architecture [B.ARCH] _ Deans ListThesis: Liquid Infrastructure On The Crisis of Politics in the Infrastructural Landscape</p><p>Syracuse Architecture London Fall 2009 London UKVisiting Critic: Nicholas BoyarskySyracuse Architecture FirenzeSpring 2010 Florence Italy</p><p>Unadilla Valley Central School 2006Advanced Regents Diploma with Honours</p><p>TimothyGale</p><p>412 County Road 31Norwich, NY 13815</p><p>timothy.e.gale@gmail.comtimothygaledesign.com</p><p>Dual Citizenship : USA and UK/EU</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 3/39</p><p>Individual Work + Collaborative Work</p><p>Parallax</p><p>Onondaga Park Centre</p><p>Music Centre</p><p>Hill House</p><p>Living Typology</p><p>NOSOA</p><p>Homogenous Fold</p><p>Yale Art Centre</p><p>White House Redux</p><p>CONTENTS</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 4/39</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 5/39</p><p>Parallax is the effect whereby appears to differ when viewed from different positions. This project examines the</p><p>theoretical and tangible notions of parallax and building ecologies. The work of Louis Kahn was studied, focus-</p><p>ing specically on an addition to the Salk Institute. Focusing on the potential effectivity of civic institutional</p><p>space when calibrated by siting, sightlines, and surface modulation, the parallax scheme rened geometric</p><p>articulations within a courtyard typology that grafted the civic ecology of Kahns Rochester meeting house parti</p><p>with the luminous potentials of La Jollas coastal sunset terrain and environmental ability. The project embeds</p><p>itself in transcendent space, the meeting of knowledge and tectonic manifestations. By formally refracting the</p><p>courtyard outward rather than inward, while incorporating many of its systems and service logics, the project</p><p>embraces the challenge to engage the original Salk Center without citations.</p><p>Preservation versus Provocation Competition Collaboration with Brandon Mermelstein</p><p>PARALLAX</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 6/39</p><p>Inner Courtyard Renderings Rhino + VRay + Photoshop</p><p>Section Rhino + AutoCad + Illustrator</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 7/39</p><p>Project Perspective Rhino + Illustrator</p><p>Plan Rhino + AutoCad + Illustrator</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 8/39</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 9/39</p><p>The park centre program combines community function with visitor function. In order to achieve this require-</p><p>ment of an intersection between community members and visitors to an urban park, the building functions as</p><p>a completely public building constructed along a circulation path which traverses through the building. The</p><p>parti relates to two datum axis within the site. The surrounding architecture is strongly embedded in a mixbetween victorian and modernism. The project enables the architecture to humbly reference the historical and</p><p>contemporary.</p><p>ONONDAGA PARK CENTRE</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 10/39</p><p>Concept Process Sketchs</p><p>Section AutoCad + Illustrator</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 11/39</p><p>Plan AutoCad + Illustrator</p><p>Elevation AutoCad + Illustrator</p><p>Detail Section AutoCad + Illustrator</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 12/39 </p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 13/39</p><p>Located in Manhattan New York City, the architecture creates a new porous street corner condition to connect</p><p>people from the urban fabric into the building. Program includes auditorium, public music library and archives</p><p>as well as a restaurant. Facade creates voids symbolic as urban symbol.</p><p>The conceptual design focused on an architectural framework that is a beacon on the urban street corner, cre-ating an identity for the program. The building prompts public entry up a large ramp into the building, mediat-</p><p>ing between inside/outside and compressive/expansive space.</p><p>MUSIC CENTRE</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 14/39</p><p>Building Component Axon Rhino + VRay + Illustrator</p><p>1 Ramp System Connecting Street to Interior</p><p>2 Public Music Library</p><p>3 Vertical Circulation Core</p><p>4 Steel Structure Ribs Spatially divides Public and Private</p><p>5 Copper Exterior</p><p>1</p><p>2</p><p>3</p><p>4</p><p>5</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 15/39</p><p>Exterior Rendering Rhino + 3DS Max + Photoshop</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 16/39 </p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 17/39</p><p>A design focused on supporting two separate spaces for two people in a house, and a common meeting area</p><p>in the middle, while supporting water and human movement through the site. The Hill house mergers with its</p><p>surroundings. Designed for two artists who live together but have spatially separate studio spaces. The site de-</p><p>sign is located on a lake combining two major paths of circulation; one of water and the other of the occupants</p><p>Dividing the site is a wall which becomes the shared living space. Growing out of its context the juxtaposition</p><p>between nature and man-made space creates a symbiosis between landscape and house.</p><p>The roof is covered with a sedum grass roof type minimizing construction height and maintenance. The housecantilevers out from the hillside with south facing glass facade providing views and lighting for living and work</p><p>spaces.</p><p>HILL HOUSE</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 18/39</p><p>Site/Building Model Wood + Chipboard Model Detail Wood + Chipboard</p><p>Longitudinal Section Ink + Photoshop</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 19/39</p><p>Traverse Section Ink + Photoshop</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 20/39</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 21/39</p><p>Museums are armatures for collective societal experience and cultural expression, present new ways of inter-preting the world. They contain knowledge, preserve information and transmit ideas; they stimulate curiosity,</p><p>raise awareness and create opportunities for exchange. As instruments of education and social change, muse-</p><p>ums have the potential to shape our understanding of ourselves and the world in which we live.</p><p>As our global environment faces ever more critical challenges, a broader understanding of the interdepend-</p><p>ence of natural systems [food and ecosystems] and the relationship with ever increasing dense urban envi-</p><p>ronments is becoming more essential to our survival and evolution. Museums dedicated to agriculture and</p><p>urbanism play a role in expanding our understanding of these complex systems. Rejecting the notion of mu-seum architecture as neutral background for exhibits, the new typology becomes an active tool for discussion,</p><p>learning, testing, speculation, and interaction.</p><p>LIVING TYPOLOGY</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 22/39</p><p>Section Concept Diagram</p><p>Study Models Foam + Metal Mesh + Paint</p><p>Section Detail Steel + Concrete Construction</p><p>Rendering Urban Approach Rhino + VRay + Photoshop</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 23/39</p><p>Plans AutoCad + Illustrator</p><p>Section AutoCad + Photoshop + Illustrator</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 24/39</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 25/39</p><p>What could a School of Architecture be? The scheme deliberately eschews iconicity; it cannot be seen entirelyfrom any point, but rather manifests itself as connective tissue. The vision is an architecture school as con-</p><p>nective infrastructure; not an object, nor solution, but a process. The space of the school is autonomous, yet</p><p>part of the city. A student on the rooftop can be enveloped by trees, yet occupy the space of an urban avenue.</p><p>At this moment, they experience a juxtaposition that will dene their careers: the balance between city and</p><p>forest; natural and man-made. This scheme can be read as layers: (1) an interactive pedestrian corridor, (2)</p><p>a dynamic studio space, and (3) a swath of forest embedded in the city. The corridor reects the necessity of</p><p>collaboration between students and the community; the studio promotes exible, interconnected learning; the</p><p>forest reects NOSOAs role in the ecological crisis.</p><p>NOSOA Competition Collaboration with Dennis Harvey + Nilus Klingel + Nathaniel Wooten</p><p>NOSOA</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 26/39</p><p>Context Drawing Rhino + VRay + Illustrator</p><p>Section + Plan Rhino + AutoCad + Illustrator</p><p>Component Axon Illustrator</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 27/39</p><p>Site Context Illustrator</p><p>Sectional Axon Rhino + VRay + Photoshop Renderings Rhino + C4D + Photoshop</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 28/39</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 29/39</p><p>Conceptualized within the Deleuzian ontology of the fold, it has become associated with diagrammatic tech-niques and digital morphogenesis, prolically materializing in the projected and the built through continuity,</p><p>curvature, smooth layering and manipulations of the ground. In the semantic network of present progressive</p><p>architectural language, the verbs folding and unfolding manifest high conceptual connectivity.</p><p>The homogeneous fold is a constructive dialectic between structure and form. Traditional folding technique of</p><p>origami provides the beautiful properties of rigidity and lightness. The origami fold is embedded in the math-</p><p>ematics of ratios and structures. The potential of paper folding as a method of form generation is applicable as</p><p>a spatial/architectural idea and physical form. The notions of surface, folding and unfolding, obliquity, systems,</p><p>devices, paradoxes, origami, geometry, bends and unbends is the emergence of origami as an architectural</p><p>idea. This project concluded in an ceiling installation to rethink the ceiling as a surface.</p><p>HOMOGENOUS FOLD INSTALLATION</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 30/39</p><p>Study Models Paper + Laser Cutting</p><p>Axon Rhino + Illustrator</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 31/39</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 32/39</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 33/39</p><p>Renovating a building such as Louis Kahns Centre for Contemporary Art requires an intimate understanding of</p><p>the relationship between the operation of the building and its aesthetic agenda. A detail analysis of the building</p><p>allowed our team to bring the building up to contemporary integrated design standards while creating minimal</p><p>impact on the appearance and experience of the building. The new ofce space achieves 1) passive ventilation</p><p>while isolating the galleries in an autonomous climate zone, 2) increased daylighting of ofce spaces sufcient</p><p>for desk work, 3) solution to the thermal bridging problems of the facade, 4) a vegetated and porous park-</p><p>ing landscape that is used to collect rainwater from the roof. Collaboration between architecture students and</p><p>mechanical engineering was vital to the process of the project.</p><p>Collaboration with Yixing Chen + Dennis Harvey + Zhaozhou Meng + Nathaniel Wooten</p><p>YALE ART CENTER INTERVENTION</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 34/39</p><p>Program Facade Ventilation Lighting Diagram Rhino + VRay + Photoshop</p><p>CFD Plan / Section Overlay AutoCad + CFD + Illustrator</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 35/39</p><p>New Skylight Detail</p><p>80Summer</p><p>25W</p><p>inter</p><p>Skylight Design AutoCad+ Illustrator</p><p>Original Section New Section Summer New Section Winter</p><p>CFD Testing Simulations AutoCad + CFDSection Lighting Study AutoCad + Ecotect</p><p>Original Section versus New Section Lighting / Ventilation Studies AutoCad+ Illustrator</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 36/39</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 37/39</p><p>As society moves toward a change in technology and induced consumerism, the urban fabric is to be re-thought as a globalized node connected to multiple typologies and cultures. Although urbanity is increasingly</p><p>a hyper-visualization of information, a search for simplicity and rethinking of the global connectivity is thought</p><p>on a localized level through the liberation of form and space as an induced parameter for the human soul. The</p><p>White house becomes a synthesis and representation of this culture. A pixel matrix of information, political sys-</p><p>tems, ecological and technological variables into a vertical expression of central connection create a responsive</p><p>node. The government and networks become transparent to society, commenting on current political frame-</p><p>works and the inuence by globalized consumerism, economics, cultures, foreign and domestic lobbyists. The</p><p>presidents ofce is at the top. The White House becomes a public park of ideas, movements, and people.</p><p>White House Redux Competition</p><p>WHITE HOUSE REDUX</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 38/39</p><p>Sectional Model Acrylic + Plasticine + Laser Cutting</p><p>Rendering Rhino + VRay</p></li><li><p>8/7/2019 Timothy Gale London Portfolio</p><p> 39/39</p><p>Site Plan AutoCad + Illustrator</p><p>Section Rhino + Illustrator</p></li></ul>