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<ul><li><p>JESS</p><p>E C</p><p>ABI</p><p>LDO</p></li><li><p>Uns</p><p>een</p><p>Unseen Exhibition WUHO GalleryJesse Cabildo</p><p>Andre Gharakhanian January 16</p><p>February 8, 2013 </p><p> Unseen seeks images that cel-ebrate the photog-raphers eye, dis-covering beauty, banality, and the everyday; images that make the un-seen visible through light, exposure and the photographic frame are desired. The exhibition features student, amateur and profes-sional photographers working in all me-diums and styles. School of Architec-ture students Andre Gharakhanian and Jesse Cabildo built an interactive in-stallation inspired by the exhibition, incorporating the aperture of multiple lenses in one space. </p></li><li><p>Scripted Geometry Process</p><p>Aperture Components</p><p>Referenced </p><p>Circle-pack-</p><p>ing Script</p><p>Outer Pivoting </p><p>Axis</p><p>Inner Axis</p><p>Bottom Encasement</p><p>Encased Shutter</p><p>Fins</p><p>Aperture </p><p>Mechanism</p><p>Inner Axis</p><p>Top Encasement</p><p>Script uses </p><p>an outline </p><p>curve and </p><p>populates </p><p>interior area </p><p>with speci-</p><p>fied circle </p><p>sizes</p><p>Resulting </p><p>circles are </p><p>used to cre-</p><p>ate a rela-</p><p>tive topog-</p><p>raphy derived </p><p>from each </p><p>circle radii</p></li><li><p>Expanding Member 1</p><p>Track System</p><p>Expanding Member 2</p><p>Locking Part 1</p><p>Member to Sphere Connection 1</p><p>Locking Part 2</p><p>Member to Sphere Connection 2</p><p>Node 1.0</p><p>Node 2.0 Fastened Node 2.0 Loosened</p><p>Expnadable Arm</p><p>Nod</p><p>e C</p><p>ontr</p><p>ol</p><p>Adaptable Futures</p><p>Dwell on Design Design Village</p><p>Summer 2012Andre Gharakhanian</p><p>Charles GhiottoJesse Cabildo</p><p> Node control explores the possi-bilities for real time adjustment of spatial conditions at multiple scales. The design is intended to adapt to site conditions through a flexible structural system that expands, contract, and rotates to the will of the site. The versa-tility of the system allows for a structure that can aggregate upon itself and adhere to different architec-tural demands. Composed from a kit of parts, the sys-tem is easily adjusted at an accessible scale and has interchange-able components to maintain convenience. The adjustable mechan-ics and flexibility of parts create the structures versatil-ity of adaptability. </p></li><li><p>Module Transformation</p><p>Kin</p><p>etic</p><p> Blo</p><p>omJune 2012</p><p>Yeh-Design LabYi-Hsiu Yeh</p><p>Andre GharakhanianJesse Cabildo</p><p>Charles Ghiotto</p><p> This instal-lation is a result of an intensive 6-week investiga-tion inspired by the origami clutch bag that is currently in prototype develop-ment at Yeh Design Lab. The two proj-ects share the as-piration to achieve volumetric trans-formation triggered by a single action. Comprised of geomet-ric facets designed to kinetically move with one another our installation at A+D showcased an assem-bly of 100+ identi-cal and intercon-nected equilateral origami modules. </p></li><li><p>Perforated and Scored Triangular Pattern</p><p>Leather Tabs</p><p>Magnets</p><p>Leather Tabs overlap patterns and adhere to Veneer. Magnets adhere within leather tabs and allow modules to clasp shut</p><p>Scored Rectangular Pattern</p><p>Folded Wooden Veneer</p><p>Assembled Module</p><p>Module components</p></li><li><p>AB</p><p>B</p><p>A A</p><p>B</p><p>B</p><p>A</p><p>A</p><p>B</p><p>B</p><p>A</p><p>A</p><p>B</p><p>B</p><p>A</p><p>Connection detail</p><p>Axonometric</p><p>Section</p><p>Plan </p><p>Welds</p><p>Drilled holes</p><p>I-Bea</p><p>m C</p><p>offe</p><p>e Ta</p><p>ble Summer 2010Andre Gharakhanian</p><p>Jesse Cabildo</p><p> This piece in-tends to domesticate the I beam by fusing an industrial mate-rial with the domes-tic nature of a cof-fee table. The piece is designed program-matically in section to create multiple surfaces of use, and in plan voids are implemented to pro-vide transparency and surface acces-sibility. The re-sulting design is a heavy mass of steel designed to maintain a visual lightness though glass voids and cantilevering surfaces. </p></li><li><p>0ft 50ft 100ft</p><p>0ft 12ft 24ft</p><p>0in 12in 24in</p><p>0ft 2ft 4ft</p><p>0in 1in 4in</p><p>Din</p><p>ing</p><p>Bed</p><p>room</p><p>Bat</p><p>hK</p><p>itche</p><p>n</p><p>Studio 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 2 Bedroom Adjacency 3 Bedroom</p><p>Structural Wave Deployment</p><p>Bike Path Extension</p><p>Unit Organization</p><p>TID</p><p>AL </p><p>HO</p><p>USI</p><p>NG</p><p> Fall 2011Studio 3A</p><p>Instructor Peter ArnoldEric Arm</p><p>Jesse CabildoRaana Ahmadi</p><p> Dockweiler Beach is a relatively desolate beach south of its main entrance, and is located west of LAX. The main en-gagement of the site occurs at the perim-eter of the beach, mainly through the bike path that flows along the street and through the actual waves that draw peo-ple to the coastline. The proposed design links both aspects of the site by extend-ing the bike path toward the waves, and conceptually bring-ing the waves closer to the bike path. A thorough analysis of the geometry of the bike path as well as a formal exercise derived from wave remnants left on the sand, influence the structure and deploy-ment of the housing program.</p></li><li><p>DEB</p><p>S PA</p><p>RK</p><p> CEM</p><p>ETER</p><p>Y Spring 2010Studio 2BInstructor Takako Tajima</p><p>Jesse Cabildo</p><p> The cemetery utilizes the modularity and informa-tion derived from site map-ping to generate a systematic design upon the site. A cem-etery that also functions as a recreational park was the given program, with emphasis on the cemetery. The types of burials required became split between above ground and be-low ground, with a duality of urn or coffin, resulting in four different burials with close spatial relationships. The module developed created a set organization between urn and coffin, but could still adapt between above or below ground burials. Along with a burial organization the module also maintains a strict system of ADA ramp-ing and stairway circulation all along the hillside. The placement of each module is dictated by multiple con-straints of site mappings, mainly sun exposure and foli-age, while slope contours decide orientation and depth of each module. To address the duality of program a secondary roof garden system that responds to solar expo-sure was deployed to allow for recreation to occur above the cemetery, maintaining a strict segregation between programs. This systematic ap-plication of program allows for the community to both pay their respect to the dead and enjoy living. </p></li></ul>