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MATTHEW STOLL

| BS A r ch U nive r si t y o f Ci ncinnat i

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PHILOSOPHY

| Machu Picchu, Pe r u

A r c hit ec t ur e has t he p o t e nt i al t o s hape the wor l d , to d ef i ne c i ti es a n d c ul tur es, to em bod y the ide als o f a natio n, and to le ave its mark o n time . I believ e i n an ar chi t e ct ur e t hat i s honest, bea uti f ul , a nd unpr etenti ous. Thr ough m y exp e rie nce s s e rving my co mmu nity and witne s s ing the bea u t y of t hi s p l ane t , I’ v e co m e t o r ea l i z e tha t a s a r c hi tec ts we ha v e a r esponsi bi l i ty to de s ign compre he ns ive ly and inte llige ntly . Ou r wo rk a f fec t s t he e co l o gy , i mage , and cul t ur e of a c om m uni ty f or gener a ti ons to c om e, thus i t sho u ld inhe re ntly be s e ns itive , e ffe ctive , and time le s s .

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RESUME EDUCATION

SERVICE

EXPERIENCE

SKILLS

University of Cincinnati, College of Design Architecture Art + Planning Bachelor of Science in Architecture, 2014 Dean’s List [3.9 cumulative gpa], University of Cincinnati

2010-2012

AIAS | SED: Students for Ecological Design | SBC: Serve Beyond Cincinnati

2010-2012

Serve Beyond Cincinnati- Travelled to Peru with 8 student volunteers to construct stoves in the rural village of Choco, outside Cuzco. Worked with the Fuller Center to fix houses in Louisville, KY.

spring 2011

Stoss Landscape Urbanism- design intern Performed concept and design studies, schematic development, material research, construction documentation, model building, and presentations.

spring 2012

School of Design Office- administrative assistant

2011-present

Clay’s Park Resort- event crew team leader Responsible for maintaining the facilities, operating heavy equipment, and leading a crew to set up for special events and functions.

2007-2011

Glen Swigart- personal groundskeeper and landscaper

2010

Rhino

Revit

Adobe CS5

AutoCad

Sketchup

Microsoft Office

modeling

drawing

drafting

CONTENTS CO-OP EXPERIENCE

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CLIFTON LITERARY CENTER

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HOUSE FOR AN ARTIST

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TECTONIC DESIGN

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SPATIAL CONSTRUCT

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CREATIVE WORK

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CO-OP: STOSS LANDSCAPE URBANISM

| pr o po se d i nt e r ve nt i o n Phot o shop

SUGAR HILL MASTER PLAN

Rhino | Illustrator | Photoshop | s e ctio nal analy s is diag ram s Rhino + Illus trato r

| a x onom et ri c s i t e d iag r am s R h in o + P h o t o s h op

During my time at Stoss I was responsible for completing much of the schematic design, drawings, and presentation for several proposals and competitions. Sugar Hill was a planning and phasing proposal for an art community in downtown Detroit. The overall scheme was to denote pathways, define edges, and create spatial distinctions through a series of vegetative, installation, and reclamation strategies. We also were proposing light projection and art installations to produce interest in the developing site.

| a ll wor k c r ea t ed b y Mat t he w S t o l l , und e r d i r e c ti on of Meg S tud er a t S toss La nd sc a pe U r ba ni sm

SUGAR HILL ARTS COMMUNITY . 5.30.2012

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| m a t eri a l an al ys is I l l us t r at o r

| current c ondi t i on

| pr oposed i n ter ven ti on Photo s hop

AVERY STREETSCAPE COMPETITION

Rhino | Illustrator | Photoshop

| dia g ra m of t relli s s t r uc t ur e as s e m b l y R h in o + Ph otosh op

| conc ept ua l elev a t io n s t ud y R h in o + I l l us t r at o r

MILLENIUM PLACE COMPETITION . 5.30.2012

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CLIFTON LITERARY CENTER

Revit | Illustrator | Photoshop | drawing | physical model

| split sec tion pe r spe ct i ve Re vit , dr awi ng + Pho t o sho p

| de ve lopm ent a l m od e l

| con ceptua l colla ges h a n d + Ph otosh op

| p arti s ke tche s

The de s ign of t he Cli f t on L i t e r ar y C e nt e r b l ur s t he bound a r i es between ur ba n a nd na tur a l c ontext thr ough the dis inte gratio n and wrapping of form a nd pr og r a m . It s t e r r ace s ar e an e x t e ns i on of the na tur a l c ontext, a nd pr ov i d e i nha bi ta bl e a r eas o f inte ractio n. The fo rm bre aks a pa rt a nd dr a ws v is i t o r s i n w i t h a l ay e r i ng o f mom ents a nd exper i enc es. The pr ogr a m i s or ga n i z ed a r o u nd the ce ntral cou rty ard, with a c a fe , meet ing s pa c es , e x hi b i t i o n s p ace , r e ad i ng a r ea s, book sta c ks, a nd l of t f or v i si ti ng a uthor s. The his to ric conte x t o f Clifto n provide d insp irat ion f or m u c h o f t he d e t ai l s , s uch as b r o nz e pa nel s m ea nt to r ef er enc e the r ough a shl a r stonew o rk co mmo n in the are a.

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his to ric re s ide ntial

comme rcial

natu ral | co nte xt diag ram

| stre et renderi ng R e vit , d r awin g + P h o t o s h o p

gr o und f l o o r

2nd f l oor

3rd floo r

si te |

c ontext

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HOUSE FOR AN ARTIST

drawing | pen and ink | physical model

| sect i o n r e nde r ing pe n and ink + char co al

| a x on pen + gra ph it e

| Kohya m a Ya s uhi s a W i n d

This charette focused on the integration of building and site, and how landscape influences form. The house is designed for Kohyama Yasuhisa, a ceramic artist, and was particularly influenced by contemporary Japanese ceramics and its interest in the raw characteristics of natural materials and asymmetrical composition. The living and studio spaces are separated and rotated off axis, providing varying views of the surrounding landscape.

| d esig n s ke tche s p e n + g raphite

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TECTONIC DESIGN

Rhino | Illustrator | Photoshop | digital fabrication | physical model

| stre et elev a t i on R h in o , m o d e l + P h o t o s h op

The plan of the College for Fashion and the Culinary Arts is created from 3 main planes that programmatically divide and organize the building’s layout. Where they intersect they begin to fragment, and create the major entry lobby for the school. Classrooms are plugged in along the major walls, with public facilities such as a restaurant and auditorium arranged in the tower rising from the crossing.

| te ctoni c s ec t i ons R h in o + I l l us t r at o r

| i n ten si fie d de tail Rhino + dig ital fabricatio n

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SPATIAL CONSTRUCT

Woodshop

| final spat ial confi g ur at i o n

| spa t i a l i t era t i ons

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CREATIVE WORK

| ‘A r t and A r chit e ct ur e ’ pe n sk e t ch

| ‘ Cla ssi ca l Ga tew a y Desi gn ’ gr a ph ite

The ha nd a nd the m i nd a r e the m ost impo rtant to ols that an archite ct po s s e s s e s , and c r a f tsm a nshi p a nd d eta i l s sti l l pl a y a vital ro le in mode rn de s ign. Whe the r it is an e arly c onc eptua l i d ea , a d eta i l ed spa ti a l r ende ring, o r a fu lly -fo rme d de s ign, the s kill o f the hu man ha nd a nd m i nd gi v es a n i d ea c ha r a c te r, s ince rity , ho ne s ty , and be au ty , while te chno lo gy a l l ows us to expl or e new f or m s a nd ide as to pu s h archite ctu re in ne w dire ctio ns .

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| s ket c hes f or a wil d e r n e s s c e n t e r p e n

Thank you for your consideration. Matthew Karl Stoll stollmh@mail.uc.edu 330.232.3892


Portfolio (2010-12)