Architectural Portfolio: Sergio Riccardi

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SERGIORICCARDI a r c h i t e c t u r a l p o r t f o l i oEducation 2019Architectural Techonologiest Advanced Diploma St. Clair College2018Nanjing College of…
SERGIORICCARDI a r c h i t e c t u r a l p o r t f o l i oEducation 2019Architectural Techonologiest Advanced Diploma St. Clair College2018Nanjing College of Information Technologies2016St. Clair College Architectrual TechnologiesProgram Skills1(519)-551-9287 Architecture is my one true passion in life. I fell in love with Architecture when building movie theaters in Ontario, Canada at the age of 18 while working pastime as a projectionist. Building movie theaters after working in one for some time I gained an understanding for form and function of space and started to grasp a basic Architectural understanding of the science behind design and planning. In my past time I enjoy working with my hands. I am an athletic individual and enjoy boxing, running, golf and cycling. Being a cinephile I enjoy a wide variety of film genera. I have a passion and drive to learn new things and traveling the world to make that happen.Sketchup AutoCad Revit Rhinoceros 3DS Max Lumion Photoshop Illustrator InDesgin Microsoft OfficeGeneral Skills Report Writing Creative Writing Verbal Presentation Leadership Management Digital Mapping Graphic Design Sketching Construction Technical Drawing Laser Cutting 3D Printing Model Making Wood Working Concrete Works BotanyTable of ContentsFerry Hill BuildingAndo Hirshoge Musesum Of ArtThe Concrete CanoeSt. Anne's Catholic Elementary SchoolKnight's KunckleArtist Refuge of ChicagoFerry Hill Building Windsor, OntarioGiven Windsor Ontario's recent increase in precipitation and the dramatic glimpse of climate change in the region over the past five years, the aim is to create a building that will be seen by residence in the area and be a visual representation of the changing environment. The tourniquets and materials used in this building have will become heavily influenced over time by the elements.CanadaOntarioJobsIndustry Windsor7850 Automotive3250 Manufacturing2880 Fabrication2330 Construction1560 Buisness1030Economic breakdown of WindsorAggrocultureWindsor's Climatic DataIn the past 10 years, Windsor’s annual precipitation has risen by almost 250mm. This has caused many areas in the greater Windsor area to periodically flood. This flooding is caused by Windsor’s outdated storm water management system52% Rain15% Yearly Precipitation (2017)Snow67%Total Percipitation Days in Windsor (2017) RainDaysAbove 25mm5Above 10mm27 53 106Above 5mm Above 0.2mm Total Snow Above 25mm191 DaysAbove 10mm0 3Above 5mm8Above 0.2mm45Total56Total Percipitation daysGrand Maris Drain Windsor, Ontario 2013247Grand Maris Drain Windsor, Ontario 2017Material Selectionnue Ave tte elle Ouryis Pelsure tre eStFeranelL HilW3D Printed Massing Modeleottyndet We StrExploded IsometricScale: 1:60122 3Floor Plans Legend41. Lobby 2. Retail 3. Eatery 4. Work/Live Unit 5. Ampath eater & Stage 6. Low-Income Residency 7. Medium-Income Residency 8. Offices 9. Courtyard 10. Parking 11. Amphitheater 12. Stage4 212 101132 424 1First Floor6676677 7766676677767664 76764 766 6746116Second Floor67769 76846 676 1168Third Floor6 6Ferry Hill Building: Ferry Hill Lane renderFerry Hill Building: South West perspective renderAndo Hiroshige Muesum of Art Tochigi, JapanThis museum is dedicated to the works of the famous Ukiyo-e artist Hiroshige Ando. The design represents an attempt to materialize in architecture the unique spatial structure that Hiroshige created in his woodblock prints. In contrast with the perspective techniques used by many Western painters, he expressed three-dimensional space through the superposition of layers. Hiroshige’s work had a major impact on the Impressionists as well as on the1238 7456Legend1. Wood Louvers 2. Steel Angle 3. Wooden Louvers on Glass 4. Interior Partion Wall 5. Hollow Steel Column 6. Concrete Floor Slab 7.Steel Truss Roof Assembly 8.Corrugated GlassThe Concrete Canoe Quebec, CanadaCompetition and Achievements Every year the Canadian Society of Civil Engineering holds a National Concrete Canoe Competition (CNCCC) where universities from across Canada compete in a threepart educational competition that involves engineering, design, technical literature and athleticism. St. Clair Colleges team is the only Collegiate level institution that participates in the event. I was the Teams Vice President for the 2016-2017 year. I was tasked with helping come up with a concrete mix design, create suitable formwork,prepare a design paper, construct a technical display, project managing a team of 12 people all while following the strict 200-page CNCCC rules package. The three main categories of the competition were the Technical Design Paper, the Technical Display and the Canoe Races. Under my guidance, St. Clair Colleges 2016-2017 Concrete Canoe Team placed 2nd in our Province and 9th in the country at the 16th annual CNCCC in Laval, Quebec.Casting The Concrete Canoe Our Casting method won an award for most inventive procedure. While other schools simply casted their canoes in a free pour of free pack method, it was my idea to create 4.5" x 4.5" x 1/8" concrete patties and place in running stack fashion over the form like concrete blocks in CMU wall. We constructed the canoe of 1/8" layer of concrete and then a 1/32" basalt fiber mesh (can be seen in the bottom right) and a final 1/8" layer of concrete. This method of casting allowed for our team to get a uniform thickness through the entire canoe without using a depth guide tool that we designed which created an overall stronger structure.My first boyant mix designs that conformed to an ASTM C330 Standard.Close up of the initial stages creating our male mold/form for the canoe. it was 108 two-inch rigid insulation sections cut with a CNC.St. Annes Catholic Elementary School Windsor, OntarioChildren experience various stages of development which are stimulated by light, color, and size. the concept for our design is to facilitate change through architecture that will, in turn, create environments children grow excited to experience. Our goal is to create environments that differ throughout the school encouraging curiosity, exploration, and a desire to learn. With constant change children will never grow tired or frustrated with education but desire the experience that St. Anne’s Catholic Elementary School offers.MaterialsBrick will be used on the exterior creating a traditional feel native to Walkerville. Brick is strong and highly durable benefiting a structure being used daily.Metal Panels will be used on the second floor exterior expressing change in structure and creating a modern feel associated with Ford City car production.Color Legend Classrooms Shared Spaces Offices Washrooms Stairs Storage Mechanical Gym Library GardenElevator Shaft SectionCurtain Wall Sill DetailParapet DetailFoundation Wall DetailKnights Knuckle Windsor, OntarioThe concept behind this ring was to explore concrete as an ornamental material for jewelry. The Idea for the shape of the ring was inspired by a Knights knuckle piece from a suit of armour. The use of concrete as a medium is inspired by the stiff and choppy movements that one endures when inside the suit of armour.Silicon Form WorkFour Mix DesignsRing Elevation: Smooth SideRing Perspective: Smooth SideRing Elevation: Rough SideRing Perspective: Rough SideArtist Refuge of Chicago Chicago, IllinoisThe aim is to use concrete to its entirety in the context of this project. Often time’s concrete design is not implemented holistically and materials that go into creating the concrete structures themselves are not seen in the final product. We become detached from the idea of how the structure gets its true form. The approach will be to implement a concrete structure that embodies the gallery. It is the artists that contribute their works to the gallery space and so shall the gallery contribute to the artist’s work space. The design inspiration for the physical shape of the Artist Refuge of Chicago is meant to highlight the process that concrete endures from its initial stages as many materials and its mold, to its finished and final form. The interior layout of space is meant to enforce and focus on how art is created in its elemental form to help the objective third party better understand the final pieces composition. The Refuge shall function in part by residency and other by membership. Resident studio advisors will mentor the members in their respective art background. ARC studio members will compete every season in a design exposition to be displayed in the main gallery space. The focus and importance should be the processes of learning primarily and a space for curation secondary.IllinoisChicagoMaterial StudyA first attempt at a board form sample lead me to the understanding of how to properly demold a sample while keeping most of the boards intact for later use. Although the concrete mix wasn’t perfected at this time the process was a good learning opportunity for the project.A failed attempt at demolding one concrete sample lead to the inspiration behind this quasi board / board form concrete sample. It was first implemented to protect the remainder of the sample and after implementation I was able to visualize where exactly I was going to include this design detail on my project as means of protection of the board form detail at user level.Light StudyA unique light study was done on my concept model to better understand the prioritization of light in this project and my interpretation of light hierarchy within the structure to make the studios as transparent as possible to highlight the process of art before the end prodtuctFirst Floor 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 Jewelry Studio Glass Studio Metal Studio Wood Working Studid Men's Washroom Men's Washroom Women's Washroom Women's Washroom Gift Shop Lobby/Event Space Staircase/Seating Area Studio Lounge Clay Studio14 Textil Studio 15 Photography stuido 16 Graphic Studo 17 Printing Room 18 Paint Studio 19 Storage 20 Staircase 21 Storage 22 Shipping Bay 23 Extrior Shipping Bay 24 Studio Corridor 25 Enterance CoveSecond Floor 01 Lobby(open to below) 02 Staircase/Seating 03 Studio Observation Track 04 Staircase 05 Stircase to 3rd FloorThird Floor 01 Staircase to Second Floor 02 Cafe Lounge 03 Cafe 04 Observation Area 05 Studio Gallery 06 Reception desk 07 Open Concept Library 08 Leraning Lab 09 Storage 10 Lecture Hall 11 Curated Space12 Theater 13 Women's Washroom 14 Men's Washroom 15 Director's Office 16 Curator's Office 17 Waiting Room 18 Office Reception 19 Studio Membership Office 20 Docent Office 21 Security Office 22 Observation AreaFloor Plans 23 123422567892110 25 242011 19 181716151412130501040402 0315122213141618 17110821 20 190201 060503 04100907123465Wall Section 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Concrete Beam Wood Louver Catwalk Studio Load bearing Exterior Column Load Bearing Interior Column
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