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EMMA CLINE


In these pages are a sampling of some of my most recent work from my time as an intern and from both the Illinois Institute of Technology and the University of Illinois where I am attending graduate school and hold a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies respectively. I am highly interested in the complexities that architecture attempts to answer; from how people function on a social level, to the structural and mechanical details required to keep forms standing, I love every facet that architects have the opportunity to interact with on a daily basis. I hold a special interest in the adaptability and interactivity of architecture and technology and how these aspects allow a building to be directly changed based on the inhabitants needs and motivations. Moreover, I am highly interested in the field of sustainability and how, by the manipulation of different scales, architects have the ability to positively influence our society for posterity. I graduated from the University of Illinois in Urbana Champaign with a minor in the Environmental Fellows Program, an intensive honors “sustainability� minor that opened my eyes to both how complex the issue is and how by making small adjustments on an individual scale and a societal or corporate scale, large impacts can occur.

EMMA CLINE

University of Illinois B.S. in Architectural Studies 2013 Illinois Institute of Technology M. Arch. Candidate 2015

ADDRESS

3285 Eastview Rd. Bethel Park, PA. 15102

PHONE

412.623.9020

EMAIL

cline0813@gmail.com


A DA P TA B L E P E R M E A B I L I T Y

I l l i n o i s I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y Professor Karla Sierralta ARCH 543

AGRONNE NATIONAL LAB

University of Illinois P r o f e s s o r D r. M i c h a e l K i m In collaboration with HDR ARCH 476

MUSEUM OF ANCIENT LIFE

University of Illinois Professor Scott Murray ARCH 475

SELECTED WORKS STUDIO505

Melbourne, Australia Summer Internship 2012

OTHER WORKS

I l l i n o i s I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y University of Illinois Personal Works


ADAPTABLE PERMEABILITY U r b a n + Ty p o l o g y D e s i g n P r o j e c t 1 2 W e e k s P a r t n e r P r o j e c t S u z a n n e S t a w i a r s k i A R C H 5 4 3

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Miller Beach, Indiana is situated on the outskirts of Gary, Indiana and acts as a local tourist attraction due to its beautiful dunes and beaches. The urban design proposal for Miller Beach includes a completely redone “quilt” of transit oriented development land. The Miller Beach Art Center is one of two buildings located in the artist quarters along with the Artist Work Live. The art center provides Miller Beach with its entertainment and cultural needs.

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SITE KEY 1 TRAIN STATION 2 MARKET HALL 3 ART CENTER 4 ARTIST LIVE WORK 5 COMMUNITY CENTER 6 FAMILY HOSTEL


THEATER 4,800 SF

20%

Movie Theater Concert Hall Dance Hall

20%

Exhibition Space

GALLERY 5,300 SF

AXES

THIN

CIRCULATION 4,700 SF

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20% STUDIOS 10%

3,400 SF

10%

4,800 SF

10% 5% 5%

PRACTICE ROOMS WORKSHOP OFFICES 1,200 SF

CAFE

INTERMEDIATE

THICK

PRAC

2,800 SF

Classrooms Studio Space Music Practice Event Space

1,400 SF

Adaptable Permeability is a study on the hierarchy of permeability needed in an arts center. Due to the necessity for an adaptable program and clear circulation for artists and visitors, Adaptable Permeability uses techniques to maximize adaptability and circulation. Such techniques include spaces that allow for quick and easy change for event spaces or unique requests, a skin system that allows for permeability of light based on directionality and program, and tunnel system located under the theater that connects the boulevar d to the Ar tist Work Live.


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M 1 CERAMICS ROOM G ROOM 2 PAITING/DRAWING 3 GALLERY X 4 OFFICE/TICKETBOX/FRONT DESK 5 BATHROOMS 6 WORKSHOP/ DRESSING ROOMS 7 THEATER 8 DANCE STUDIO O 9 MUSIC PRACTICE ROOMS

Ground Floor

Structural Axon


ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB

D e s i g n P r o j e c t 1 2 W e e k s P a r t n e r P r o j e c t B E R K H A N E M I N S OY, E M M A O ’ C O N N E R B R O O K S , T R AV I S W E B E R A R C H 4 7 6 Designed in collaboration with HDR architects in Chicago, IL


The Argonne National Laboratory holds labs and offices for the large Chicago science facility. This project, was done in collaboration with HDR, the architectural firm that designed and is currently constructing this addition to the Argonne campus.


Ground Floor Plan

Lab Breakdown

entry atrium

cafe

mechanical space

common space

seminar room

labs

research staff

admin

conference rooms

private public maintenance

Ground Mechanical Plan

primary circulation

Spatial Relationships

4” PHOTOVOLTAIC CELLS

6” PHOTOVOLTAIC CELLS

8” PHOTOVOLTAIC CELLS

5” PHOTOVOLTAIC CELLS

7” PHOTOVOLTAIC CELLS

9” PHOTOVOLTAIC CELLS

10” PHOTOVOLTAIC CELLS

Ground Structural Plan

Photovoltaic Matrix


MUSEUM OF ANCIENT LIFE Design Project12 WeeksARCH 4 7 5

The Museum of Ancient Life is a study on the site and how people interact with it. It utilizes a form that follows the circulation of the visitors. Moreover the exterior colorful fins change with the path of the sun to block direct light. By inserting a middle layer of transluscent glass, the museum is able to have different color schemes for day and night that will act like a clock for locals. This was achieved at a model scale successfully with colored plastic and acetate.

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5 10’ 1”

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8’ 9”

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7’ 7”

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25’ 8”

12’ 4”

A 3’ 5”

B 13’ 4”

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D 10’ 4”

ELEVATOR CORE

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W27X128 GIRDER

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STAIR CORE W21X44 GIRDER

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1’ 8”

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W14x102 BEAMS

14’ 8”

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PRATT TRUSS CONCRETE FOUNDATION WALL

4’ 4”

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STAIR CORE

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

OVERALL CRITICAL DIMENSIONS: 152’ x 76’

W6X6 COLUMN

101. ENTRY VESTIBULE 102. GIFT SHOP 103. WOMEN’S BATHROOM 104. MEN’S BATHROOM 105. ELEVATOR EQUIPMENT 106. EXHIBITION SPACE 107. STAFF OFFICE 108. WORK ROOM

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COORDINATOR’S OFFICE STORAGE PRIVATE RESTROOM MECHANICAL ROOM JANITORIAL ROOM EQUIPMENT ROOM LIBRARY

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STUDIO505 Malaysian Academy of Han Studies Work Shown produced by Studio505

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STUDIO505 Malaysian Academy of Han Studies Work Shown produced by Emma Cline

Rhino Lighting Model for ARUP

Photoshop Facade Options

PRE FABRICATED BALUSTRADE PRE FABRICATED FACADE PANEL

PRE FABRICATED BALUSTRADE

PRE FABRICATED ROOF

PRE FABRICATED ROOF

650 DEEP BEAM Z PURLIN 250X1000 COLUMN

PRE FABRICATED FACADE PANEL

FACADE DETAILS - SECTION

250X1000 COLUMN

PRE FABRICATED FACADE PANEL

PRE FABRICATED BALUSTRADE

PRE FABRICATED ROOF

Rain Water Diagram Water Proof Facade Non-Water Proof Facade Water Run off

Air Flow Diagram Non-Ventilated Ventilated FACADE DETAILS - PLAN

PRE FABRICATED FACADE PANEL

FACADE DETAILS - ELEVATION


GRAPHICS population with high school degree high to low

INDIVIDUAL DISTRIBUTION

EU

WASTE

CITY IPA

RESTAURANT

FOOD

ARES

CCA

REGIONAL GRID

SUPPLIER URBAN FARM

BALCONY

P U B L I C

P U B L I C

P R I V A T E

P U B L I C

INTERSTITIAL SPACE

PROGRAM BLOCKS

DIGESTERS

FERTILIZER

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population unemployment low to high

north center lake view lincoln park loop near south side west town near north side forest glen o’hare lincoln square edison park beverly mount greenwood rogers park logan square hyde park norwood park uptown north park west ridge dunning west lawn edgewater avondale albany park near west side ashburn irving park garfield ridge clearing hegewisch jefferson park kenwood montclaire portage park hermosa east side south deering brighton park belmont cragin armour square mckinley park bridgeport lower west side south lawndale chicago lawn morgan park humboldt park avalon park gage park west elsdon douglas south chicago archer heights north lawndale east garfield park west pullman south shore roseland washington heights pullman burnside new city calumet heights greater grand crossing woodlawn austin grand boulevard chatham englewood washington park west garfield park auburn grensham oakland fuller park riverdale west englewood

energy usage high to low

loop near south side near north side o’hare near west side riverdale kenwood douglas edgewater uptown hyde park pullman lake view lincoln park rogers park armour square south deering south shore north park beverly mount greenwood oakland west lawn forest glen south lawndale archer heights ashburn woodlawn lower west side norwood park edison park clearing washington park austin grand boulevard morgan park dunning north lawndale chatham burnside west town lincoln square east garfield park bridgeport west garfield park jefferson park humboldt park north center albany park new city avondale irving park garfield ridge brighton park avalon park portage park hermosa mckinley park auburn grensham montclaire calumet heights logan square belmont cragin west elsdon washington heights gage park south chicago greater grand crossing east side englewood fuller park hegewisch chicago lawn roseland west pullman west englewood information from chicago data portal emma cline


THE BEACON

d i s p l a y e d a t S O FA C o n n e c t 2 0 1 3 i n C h i c a g o , I L Urban Element 2 Weeks Partner Project Mark Rustin + Karl Schuster

The Beacon is a two week project in collaboration with the 2013 Sculpture Objects Functional Arts. The Beacon is a fourth scale model of an urban object for the Miller Beach, Indiana project. The Beacon is a sculptural light post created by over 120 CNCed pieces that through layering, voids are created to allow light to seep through. By rewiring a fluorescent light-tube, and with the help of a sensor, the Beacon was able to directly react to those who were around it at the SOFA exhibit creating a sculptural and functional piece.


ARCH 551

Sustainible Design with Matthew Herman Group Project with Carla Carrescia and Spencer Olsufka

4’ - 8”

3’ - 8”

3’ - 8”

3 1/2”

3’ - 8”

3”

ARCH 509

Technology with Martin Klaeschen and Tom Brock Group Project with Kaitlin Beckham, Ferdinand Kuznik, Jingshi Li, and Yuchen Bai


ARCH 374 Design Project 6 Weeks

ARCH 373 Design Project 6 Weeks

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