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Cathleen M Kebert ckebert@asu.edu 602.696.3250 AIAS #38121362 Arizona State University | 2015 Adaptive Reuse: Lucky’s Market Youth Center

Arizona State University Architectural Studies (BSD) Design Studies (BA) Coursework: Sustainability May 2015 | Current GPA: 4.0 Arizona State University Pursuing Masters of Architecture Degree Fall 2015 - Spring 2017 Service: Education Assistant Educated and mentored middle and high school students at Taliesin West for architecture-based camps Design Excellence Awards Lucky’s Market Youth Center Spring 2014 | Professor Marthe Rowen Emergency Response Station 55 Fall 2014 | Professor Phillip Horton Memberships/Affiliations ASU Architecture Journal | 2014+ Task manager, submission reviewer American Institute of Architecture Students | 2011+ Fourth-Year Representative (2014-15) Lucky’s Market Youth Center encourages young adults to experience all the resources and opportunities presented to them which are accessed by architectural promenades guided by light, materiality, and elevation changes. Two ramps linking all the programs are expressed on both the ground and upper floors. By utilizing transparent concrete blocks and copper mesh, the youths’ movements can be articulated. In addition, carefully placed light sources, tactile changes in materiality, and one’s relationship to the courtyard constantly changing drives user to explore the entire center.

Ground Floor Plan

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