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Jared Monce Portfolio 2015

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Jared Monce Portfolio 2015

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  2. 2. Table of Contents Jared D. Monce | Ball State University | Junior Architecture Major Address: 9221 North 300 East North Manchester, IN 46962 Email: jdmonce@bsu.edu T: 260.578.0833 01. GRID Farm 02. Integrated Solutions 03. ICMA - Scaphoid 04. Elevated Sights 05. Mind the Gap 06. Modulated Scales 07. STI<KS - 3D Printing 08. Inception - Diagramming 09. CAP Italia Sketching 10. Photography p. 01 - 06 p. 07 - 12 p. 13 - 16 p. 19 - 20 p. 17 - 18 p. 21 - 22 p. 23 - 24 p. 25 - 26 p. 31 - 34 p. 27 - 30
  3. 3. Location: Arsenal Tech High School - Indianapolis, Indiana Collaboration: Growing Places Indy - Ratio Architects - CE Solutions Team Position: Climate Envelope Design and Fabrication Alex Thomas, Brendon Towel, Jared Monce, Matt Dehart Project Description: Growing Places Indy, our client, approached us to design and fabricate a place to grow and sell produce with a portion of grant money they received. The project also became a place where students can learn about agricultural practices and how to grow their own food. As the site is adjacent to and supported by the Legacy Center in Indianapolis, our space also became a place for physical wellness activities such as yoga. The project required us to create covered outdoor space as well as indoor space for tool storage and vegetable refrigeration. 01. GRID Farm 01 | 02
  4. 4. Several project teams were created throughout the semester to complete each task of the project methodically. The teams included: climate envelope design, shipping container fenestrations, attached greenhouse design, furniture design, wash station design, envelope skin, and walk-in refrigeration ideas. At the beginning of the semester I chose to work on the climate envelope design and fabrication knowing that it would require more work and a tighter schedule than the other tasks. Three other students and I began brainstorming ideas for the envelope by looking to nature. We decided that a grid shell structure was efficient, structural, and cost effective. We developed study models with wooden members forming the grid structure but after consulting with our engineers at CE Solutions, we realized that we were going to have to use steel and we were going to have to simplify our formal ideas. Ultimately, we chose rebar for our material and a dome shape for the overall form. Fabrication began by constructing a wooden jig that would identify intersections and allow us to weld individual quadrants separate from each other. We used ratchet straps to bend the rebar grid on our jig and a MIG welder to marry the steel intersections together. 03 | 04
  5. 5. 05 | 06 Once each quadrant was welded, we assembled the four pieces outside and began forcing it into its intended shape. Along the way, we would grind and re- weld each intersection to ensure a strong connection. After forcing it into shape, we disassembled the pieces and took it to be galvanized. During this process, we also formed the concrete columns, built the wooden deck, and fabricated the steel connectors for the canopy. Finally after galvanization, we hauled the gridshell to the site, welded the quadrants together and used a crane to hoist the canopy onto the columns.
  6. 6. Location: North of The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis Collaboration: Individual Project Project Description: Green technology employers in the greater-Indianapolis area are looking for employees who have the appropriate experience and skills to perform in the industry. We were asked to design a workforce training center that would prepare individuals for this workforce. The center will serve as both a place for classroom training and for employment counseling and networking with potential employers. The building itself needs to serve as a demonstration tool for how energy efficiency, sustainable technology, on-site renewable energy and zero-net design can be implemented. 02. Integrated Solutions 07 | 08 N Children’s Museum N.MeridianStreet N.IllinoisStreet
  7. 7. The workforce training center reinforces the context of the neighboring residences by representing the pattern of units and margins throughout the overall form and into the details. Integrated green technologies provide experience and inspiration for each individual and provide renewable energy for the building itself. The training center also incorporates an eco-machine which provides a service to the Children’s Museum and to the environment by cleaning waste and returning it to the environment. The building utilizes solar exposure and summer ventilation to provide comfortable, functional, and beautiful spaces for the aspiring green workforce. Upon studying energy codes, climate data for Indianapolis, and new energy modeling software, I was able to bring the building’s energy consumption below the 2030 benchmark. 09 | 10 1 2 3 ECO Machine 1. Sequestration 2. Degradation 3. Volatilization 1 2 3
  8. 8. 18 Cooling Dominated Mostly Well Lit Cooling Heating Lighting Appliances Glare Well Lit Under Lit kBTU / ft^2 / yr ImpactonHeating ImpactonCooling South Solar Glazing Conduction Wall Conduction East Solar Infiltration North Solar Roof Conduction Floor Conduction West Solar 11 | 12 N N
  9. 9. Location: Massachusetts Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana Collaboration: Indiana Concrete Masonry Association Individual Competition Project Project Description: Massachusetts Avenue in Indianapolis is home to professional services, restaurants, retail shops, art galleries and entertainment. The city’s historic street is home to many artisans who are attempting to introduce their work to the public. The ICMA competition asked us to create a space along Mass Ave. where aspiring artisans could go to hone their skills and ultimately sell their work. The building is supposed to support a wide variety of local artisans by providing many shop spaces that encourage different skill sets. The program also asks for retail space where artisans can sell their work to the public. This cultural environment responds to the neighboring context and to the climate conditions in order to create a space that sustainably fosters artistic growth within the city. 03. ICMA - Scaphoid 13 | 14
  10. 10. 0 1 2 5 10 20 Exterior Lounge Intelligent Classroom Classrooms Metal and Ceramic StudioLecture Space ApartmentApartment Private Studios Apartment Private Studio Woodwork and Stonework Studio Administration Intelligent Classroom Intelligent Classroom Bath Bath Permanent Exhibit Permanent Exhibit Craftsmanship – possessing a mastery of skills in a particular art or craft. To become skilled in any craft, one must develop a strong sense of hand – eye coordination. The movement of the hand is essential in creating works of art. A combination of bone, tendon, and muscle allow the hand to rotate, stretch, bend, and move efficiently and effectively. This patterning of bone within the wrist and into the fingers of the hand, inspired the creation of “Scaphoid,” a center for the creative arts and aspiring craftsmen in Indianapolis. The dynamic design allows for the movement of a broad range of artisans to live, work, and pursue their creative endeavors. Ample gallery space and retail venues can be found within the CMU buildings that act as fingers extending onto the site. Creative studios and classroom spaces are lofted into the wrist of the building where participants are encouraged to test their skills. The retail shops are clustered around a central plaza on Mass Ave. to draw visitors into this center for the creative arts. This allows the artisans’ work to be directed toward the public’s eye. Just north of the portion of the site closest to Mass Ave., the creative studios and gallery spaces take their shape. The studio spaces are lofted away from the public entrance to create privacy for the artisans. 15 | 16 N N M assachusetts Ave. M assachusetts Ave. E. St. Clair Street E. St. Clair Street
  11. 11. Site Elevation 1/8” = 1’ - 0” with Joinery Detailing 4” Diameter Loggia Wood Slats Steel Hanger Joints Bolted to Steel Member 1’-4” Steel Bolts through to Existing Stone Structural Steel Member 5x6x5 Metal Encasment Wooden Roof System 2” Wood Decking Steel I-Beam System Steel Railing withStone Wall for Fish e Elevation 1/8” = 1’ - 0” h Joinery Detailing 4” Diameter Loggia Wood Slats Steel Hanger Joints Bolted to Steel Member 1’-4” Steel Bolts through to Existing Stone Structural Steel Member 5x6x5 Metal Encasment 04. Elevated Sights Location: Corniglia, Cinque Terre, Italy Collaboration: Team Project - Jacob Hurt and Jared Monce Project Description: Cinque Terre, Italy is a region along the western coast where five village clusters are tucked among the mountains. The villages have become hot tourist destinations for those who like to hike and those who like stairs. This project reinforces the height of its site and the tall extruded buildings by creating an elevated platform that hangs over a cliff to the Mediterranean and provides views out over the beautiful landscape. 17 | 18
  12. 12. Location: Somewhere above a large gap Collaboration: Team Project - Drake Mulcahy, Matt Dehart, Matt Loudermilk, and Jared Monce Project Description: “Mind the gap but do not create a bridge.” This simple statement drove each of our designs for this project. We were to think of this project as a way to span from point A to point B and to incorporate a program that extended beyond just a pathway. The Indiana hardwood industry also played an important role in this project as they provided the basis for our material choice. We studied the industry and its sustainable properties and used rough sawn oak to construct our five foot long models. My team’s design uses six different wooden members to create an abstraction of boxes that stretch from point A to point B. The wood structure forms gaps and secondary space where activities can take place. 05. Mind the Gap 19 | 20
  13. 13. A13 A17A16A15A14 A22A21A19 A20A18A2A1 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A23 A24 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10 B11 B12 B13 B14 B15 B16 B17 B18 B19 B20 B21 B22 B23 A7 C10C8 C9C7C6C5C1 C2 C4C3 C12 C13C11 C14 C15 C16 C17 C20C19C18 D1 D2 D3 D5D4 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 E1 E2 E3 06. Modulated Scales 21 | 22 Location: Ball State University, Munice, Indiana Collaboration: Team Project - Duke Bennett, Matt Dehart, Ian Beals, and Jared Monce Project Description: Small scale pavilion design can allow architecture to express form in greater detail and rely more heavily on digital fabrication. Its small scale and open program does not have as many constraints as a full building might require. We used these possibilities to our advantage while designing this pavilion for Ball State’s campus. The free flowing pavilion design took on structure and modulation as we further developed our form. Each module is its own unique shape and requires specific fabrication. Panels attached to the modules allow patterns of light to penetrate the space. All of the modules join together with hinged connections to form an overall rigid structure. While studying these hinged connections, we designed a hinge that could respond to the angle specific to each module.
  14. 14. 1 2 3 4Universal Form Seperation Surface Between JointsLocking Mechanisms 5 6Hollowed for optimization Addition of Joints 4.9 in 4.9 in 6.5in 07. STI<KS - 3D Printing 23 | 24 Collaboration: Team Project - Craig Zehr, Logan Richmond, Tyler Bracht, and Jared Monce Project Description: Digital fabrication is becoming increasingly more useful in the production of architecture. One such technology, 3D printing, is being used in many design disciplines as a way to prototype. More recently, 3D printing is being used to build final products. This fabrication study required us to utilize the 3D printer in a way that could prove its usefulness as a machine to produce final products. Our main challenge in this project was to use the small print bed to create something that could aggregate into something much larger. We started with a simple stick design that utilized magnets to attach at the heads. As we began testing our idea, we found that if we used the same head and rotated it into different positions, the sticks could aggregate to create many different shapes. The heads also have locking positions at every quarter turn to also increase the number of possible forms that it could turn into.
  15. 15. CobbAriadne Fischer Jr. Saito Arthur EAmes Yusuf Flight Attendant 08. Inception - Diagramming 25 | 26 Collaboration: Team Project - Ian Beals, Matt Dehart, and Jared Monce Project Description: As a way to better understand the Adobe software and how it can be utilized to create beautiful line drawings, we documented different aspects of the movie Inception. We first developed a line drawing graph/infographic that depicts the layers of dreams that occur in the movie and how the characters move through each of those dreams. Then we picked a scene from the movie and created a depiction of the scene through the use of line. This drawing represents the elevator scene of Cobb’s memories. The long elevator shaft connects memories in his life as well as architectural pieces. We used this opportunity to create a perspective of the memories by drawing each of the rooms in full detail.
  16. 16. I traveled with sixteen other students through four different countries throughout Europe on CAP Italia. On our exploration through France, Italy, Switzerland, and Turkey, we had the opportunity of developing our sketching skills by hand and by using the Ipad. This short collection of my sketches shows the potential of using a sketchbook and a tablet side by side. The sketchbook forced me to use my own perception and perspective to create line drawings and renderings of historic pieces of architecture. Hand sketching shows the process of coordination between the hand and the eye. The Ipad on the other hand allowed me to take photographs of particular buildings or scenes and sketch over the top so that I could diagram and render a fixed image. Although this method can be used to create clean drawings, it can also lose the character of a hand sketch. 09. CAP Italia Sketching 27 | 28Rome, Italy - Colosseum digital study.Avignon, France – Study of roof patterns.
  17. 17. 29 | 30Vernazza, Cinque Terre, Italy – Perched above the village.Avignon, France – Pedestrian friendly street.Rome, Italy - Colosseum Istanbul, Turkey – Blue Mosque
  18. 18. While traveling through Europe, I was able to hone my photography and digital manipulation skills. I used a Cannon DSLR camera to capture many different moments throughout Europe. These moments included moments of beautiful, historic architecture and moments of rich culture. While learning the importance of exposure, film speed, and composition, I also learned how to use digital manipulation tools. By using these tools I could enhance as well as manipulate images to diagram a particular feature within the photograph. 10. Photography 31 | 32Cinque Terre, Italy – Identifying similar colors.Lugano, Switzerland – Dining along the lake.
  19. 19. 33 | 34Pompeii, Italy – Top lighting into the bath house. Rome, Italy – Night view of a bridge to Trastevere and St. Peters Dome.
  20. 20. Jared Monce