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Andrea Baisden


Andrea Baisden Phone Email Address

304.687.3219 andreabaisden@hotmail.com 939 Waterway Lane Myrtle Beach, SC 29572

Education 2013 Master of Architecture Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

2011-2012 Master of Architecture

*Completed 36 credit hours before transferring

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

2011 Bachelor of Science in Architecture Fairmont State University

2005-2007 Technical Studies in Applied Technology

*Completed 56 credit hours before transferring

Southern West Virginia Community & Technical College

2005-2006 Drafting & Building Construction Ralph R. Willis Career & Technical Center

Computer Skills Microsoft Office

Rhino

Windows and Macintosh Operating Systems

Adobe Creative Suite: Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign

Revit

Laster and CNC Router

Revit Cloud Rendering

3D Studio Max

AutoCad SketchUp


Experience Sales Associate for Garden Department 2013-2018 Four Seasons Country Store Logan, West Virginia Provides customer service from answering questions to helping customers pick out seasonal landscape items.

Resident Assistant 2009-2011 Fairmont State University Fairmont, West Virginia Ensures security for 400 residents. Inspects rooms monthly to ensure safety and security of students. Assists in opening and closing of residence hall. Assists in various emergency situations.

Residence Hall Monitor 2009-2011 Fairmont State University Housing Fairmont, West Virginia Maintains records of all students guests who enter and exit the residence halls. Provides customer service for students. Checks camera systems frequently to ensure security.

Math Tutor 2006-2008 Logan, West Virginia Working one on one with an elementary age student with general math skills. Working one on one with an 10-11 grade high student with Geometry and Algebra II.

Volunteer Habitat for Humanity & Neighborhood Cleanup 2011 Haunted Halls Program for Fairmont Community & Freshman Counselor 2009

References Walter Wendler Professor of Architecture Southern Illinois University 618.453.2513 wendler@siu.edu

Shannon McDonald Assistant Professor of Architecture Southern Illinois University 618.453.3734 smcdonald@siu.edu

Jessica Cooper (Former) Residence Director Fairmont State University 304.880.0558 jessicaryancooper@gmail.com


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Regional Phenomenology Into. Design Undergrad Senior

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The proposed project will be to develop a school of architecture at Fairmont State University (FSU) in Fairmont, West Virginia. Fairmont, is strongly related to the university. The university is running out of space on the main campus, but the architecture program needs to be close to campus. Therefore, a good place for the program is in the downtown Fairmont area. The proposed site in Fairmont is a fifteen to twenty minute walk from main campus in an area that is in need of urban renewal. The architecture building would be a start to the urban renewal, and the architecture school could initiate other positive development downtown. The architecture students could do projects for the community. Rural studio, by Samuel Mockbee, at Auburn University is one example of a project of student engagement in addressing real problems.


Thesis Community Architecture: Through a University Downtown Architecture building Fairmont, WV Spring 2013

Research

This research will investigate the problem with FSU’s architecture program. The problem is that FSU does not have the proper space for an architecture program. The architecture program at FSU makes use of existing or unwanted space. The architecture department was starting the paper work to have a graduate architecture program, but there is not enough space on campus for the undergraduates in addition to the potential graduate students. FSU is the only architecture program in the state of West Virginia to have an undergraduate degree and will be the first to offer a graduate program in the state. The undergraduate program is not accredited, and become an architect, students must leave the state to continue education. Also, not all architecture students that continue their education return to the state of West Virginia.


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Courthouse Adams Street

Site Location 109 Adams Street Owner: State of West Virginia Land Area: 806.2 Sq. Ft.

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The site of the new facility was chosen based for its location relative to the campus as well as pedestrian and automotive traffic in downtown Fairmont. Figure on the top right shows the relationship of the proposed site to Fairmont State University campus. Figure right center shows the automotive traffic into the city. The site is on the corner of Adams Street and Monroe Street (shown in red), Adams Street is the main artery for incoming traffic into the city. Monroe Street is a side street mostly used for traffic to go across the city to Jackson Street to exit the city going back to FSU’s campus and other businesses.


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This new facility would help jump start urban renewal older structures downtown that are not being utilized. Figure on the bottom right shows a six story building across the road on the corner of Adams and Monroe Street. This building is currently only being used on the first floor, and the other five stories are boarded up. The top five stories of this building have great potential to be remodeled for other uses, such as apartments. To best serve the potential FSU architecture program, the top five stories could/would be remodeled into apartments or townhouses for students in addition to new people in the area. This would, in turn, create new business and revenue for the City of Fairmont. There are also several more buildings in that same general location that are only utilizing the first floor. Basically, the rest of the floors underutilized as are a number of other buildings in the core downtown area.

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The proposed site on Adams and Monroe Street was large enough to provide outdoor space and parking. The first step is to divide the site into built, green, and parking space. The most important aspect was having a green space that will have sunlight all day and around the year because of the cold winters and mild summers. Figure above shows a shade study of the surrounding buildings shadows that fall across the site all year long. The 3D shade study was created in Rhino. Figure to the top right is a drawing showing where the built and green space fall on the site. The parking area became too small for traffic to travel in both directions once the green space was placed as shown in Figure to the bottom right. Therefore, the flow of traffic through the parking area had to be designed to enter from Adams Street and through the Alley. This was beneficial because it cut down the number of potential accidents on the busy Adams Street, which can be considered a safety measure. The parking lot also works in conjunction with the Marion County Transit Authority by having a drop off space to pick up/drop off students to avoid the bustling Adams Street.


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Circulation Reception and mail room Office Lounge/Kitchen Conference Gallery Storage Female Restroom Male Restroom Wood Lab Lighting Lab Auditorium Digital Lab Metal Lab Mechanical Classroom Library Computer Lab Print Lab Studio Crit Rooms Loading Dock

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This project is a collaboration between a group of four students to research, organize, and plan for after the 2016 Olympic in Rio. The site is based on AECOM’s Phase III master plan designed for after the Olympic in 2020-2028. The site is for the people of Rio after the Olympic, they have an adorable housing shortage so most live in a favela. This site includes a soccer stadium which will also host the World Cup which will add the need for hotels. The program includes:


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Mid Rise (5-10 stories) Garden apartments (3 - 6) Live Work (3 - 4) Studio units @ 35 sq m/ 55 luxury One bedroom units @ 55 sq m/ 90 luxury Two bedroom units@ 90 sq m/ 130 luxury Three bedroom units @ 120 sq m/ 170 luxury Four bedroom units @ 140 sq m/ 260 luxury Live/work units @ 185 sq m

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double/double 37 sq m King 32 sq m Suites (2 sleeping rooms (w/bath) + living/kitchenette room) 96 sq m

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One Child Care 370 sq m One Health 230 sq m One School 5,000 sq m Multiple Small Retail and Restaurant Spaces (One unit) 50 sq m (min) One Community Recreation Center with Outdoor areas 380 sq m One Police Substation 380 sq m Potential multiple PRT Transit Shelters 100 Sq m Multiple Parks and Playgrounds variable Parking by code

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1. CLASS SITE 2. VELODROME 3. TENNIS 3,000 SEATS 4. TENNIS 5,000 SEATS 5. TENNIS COURTS 6. WARM-UP TRACK 7. SPORTS COMPLEX 8. RIO ARENA 9. AQUATIC CENTER 10. PORTABLE ALLOTMENTS 11. RESIDENTIAL 12. MEDIA HOTEL 13. COMMERCIAL 14. MARKET 15. RECREATION AND LEISURE 16. PARKING 17. OPEN AIR CINEMA 18. NURSERY 19. GREENHOUSE 20. GARDEN SHOW 21. OLYMPIC WAY 22. HOT AIR VIEWING BALLOONS 23. GO-CART TRACK 24. HOUSING TO REMAIN 25. BARRA da TIJUCA 26. LAGOA de JACAREPAGUA

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1. CLASS SITE 2. VELODROME 3. TENNIS 3,000 SEATS 4. TENNIS 5,000 SEATS 5. TENNIS COURTS 6. WARM-UP TRACK 7. SPORTS COMPLEX 8. RIO ARENA 9. AQUATIC CENTER 10. SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 11. RESIDENTIAL 12. HOTEL 13. COMMERCIAL 14. RECREATION AND LEISURE 15. COMMERCIAL/EDUCATIONAL 16. RETAIL HUB 17. CAR PARK 18. LAGOA de JACAREPAGUA 19. BARRA da TIJUCA 20. TREE NURSERY 21. GREEN HOUSE 22. OPEN AIR CINEMA 23. HOT AIR VIEWING BALLOONS 24. GO-CART TRACK 25. HOUSING TO REMAIN 26. OLYMPIC WAY Phase II of the AECOM olympic site development will be from 20202024. This development of the legacy site will add more residential and recreational spaces.

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1. CLASS SITE 2. VELODROME 3. TENNIS 3,000 SEATS 4. TENNIS 5,000 SEATS 5. TENNIS COURTS 6. WARM-UP TRACK 7. SPORTS COMPLEX 8. RIO ARENA 9. AQUATIC CENTER 10. SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 11. RESIDENTIAL 12. HOTEL 13. COMMERCIAL 14. RECREATION AND LEISURE 15. COMMERCIAL/EDUCATIONAL 16. RETAIL HUB 17. CAR PARK 18. LAGOA de JACAREPAGUA 19. BARRA da TIJUCA 20. TREE NURSERY 21. GREEN HOUSE 22. OPEN AIR CINEMA 23. HOT AIR VIEWING BALLOONS 24. GO-CART TRACK 25. HOUSING TO REMAIN 26. OLYMPIC WAY Phase III of the AECOM olympic site development will be from 20242028. This development of the legacy site will add a final wave of residential housing. This is the final phase of development for AECOM. The proposed development, as shown in this schematic set, will begin in 2028.


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The primary design problem for the semester is a new orchard for the Southern Illinois region. The tasked with creating a functional working orchard as well as an amazing environment to draw tourists and visitors to the area (and get them to spend their money here of course). Below you will find a very rudimentary program for you to use as a framework, but the reality is that the primary development of your design will be through your own research as well as the research of your classmates. We expect you to go well above and beyond the simple stated facts in this project brief, using your research as a guide to find the best avenues of thought to pursue. Think outside the box; think creatively; think critically.


Regional Orchard, Housing, Farmer’s Market, Food Bank, and Education Rural Union County, IL Summer 2012

Studio

The drive behind the design and concept for Community Essence is the link to the history of to the community of the Mississippi data region. My research lead to the Cahokia Indians just outside of St. Louis. Cahokia was the largest Indian civilization north of Mexico. With stability and ties to the land gave rise to the formation of permanent settlements that grew into an extensive network of communities with a regional center of metropolitan. The flood plain made the land rich for agriculture and their craft specialization became important used to trade with other Indian tribes. The complex trade network that traversed a large part of Eastern North America made Cahokia the largest trading post outside of Mexico. I want to design a trading post with a farmer’s market. Also, it would be a trading of knowledge on the site.


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This studio was about creating an experience on the site as well as the building. The program was for a chapel, crematorium, and columbarium.


Phenomenology Chapel, Crematorium, Columbarium Pinewood Cemetery, Charlotte, NC Spring 2012

Studio

The site is located in Pinewood Cemetery in Charlotte, NC and because it was a burial site for slaves only two graves have makers. The site is also next to a factory and train tracks which give constant noise to the site. Because of the train to the north and terrain to the south made the site linear. From the site being linear to thinking about the experience of people going to a cemetery for remembrance of a love one would not want the see them bring in the dead. Because of this divided the site into life and death. The death side entrance is on the industrial to the east and the life side entrance is to the cemetery to the west. From watching the interaction of people using the cemetery for other uses, this lead the crematorium to be in the center where the life and death meet for the special celebration of one’s life.


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This project program is pottery studio, showroom, and housing in Seagrove, NC. The site is on excluded area just outside of the city with an industrial building across the road. The city is a known for its rich culture of pottery.


Intro. Design Pottery Studio, showroom, and Housing Seagrove, NC Fall 2011

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The site has a lake in the center with trees all around. The trees help block out the sound from the cars and the industrial building noise. The pottery studio, showroom, and housing need to be close to each and the terrain of the site created a bridge. The showroom needed to be separated from the pottery studio and housing. The showroom wall continues out to the parking near the road to lead one into the site. Because of the lake and the peacefulness of the forest created a break from the showroom to the pottery studio and housing to create an outdoor space.


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The school of tomorrow is all about breaking the mold. The overall shape of the classroom module alludes to a house, for example the gable roofs, thus blending into the community, with some contemporary elements, glass and precast concrete distinguish it as something different. Day-lighting is a major part of the design; the glass enclosed corridors provide light deep into the interior of the building. The atrium, is more than just a hallway; it becomes a place for social gathering and an extension of teaching space. Daylighting is a major feature of this space because it is completely glass and the roof is raised higher than all the other roofs. The roof is flat and raised show hierarchy of the school. The large hallways extend in two directions, one is turned 5° to draw ones eye though the space to look out the back. This atrium has a stack effect for passive cooling.


The creative space is an extension of the teaching space and the connecter to the atrium space with the glass curtain wall. The roof is raised a little with glass that extends to the roof to let day-light into the space. The creative space is designed to be very flexible; the sky is the limit on what one can do in this place. In the gym, day-light is a major part in the design; it has five feet wide windows that extend from floor to ceiling. The windows behind the bleachers are spandrel grass to continue the line to the ground. The stage connects to both the gym and cafeteria. If there is a huge event they can use the gym side. If there is a small event they can use the cafeteria side. In the cafeteria there is a lot of day-light as well, the roof is raised with a clerestory window at the top. The library and music rooms both have glass clerestories. Also, the library has a media center. They the location of the library facilitates the community can use of the library services. This is a way for the school to connect to the community. The building is intended to be LEED accredited. A considered approach to resource use and conservation helps drive the material and is a primary influence on the architecture of this school.

Undergrad Senior K-12 School Charles Point, Bridgepoint, WV Fall 2010

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The classroom configuration embraces “the school within a school concept.” The classrooms are flexible and connected to the atrium with an creative space. Individual “schools” are identified by each grade having different design arrangements between the glass and mullions of the large windows, with exposed steel truss in the ceiling.


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Community Architecture: Through a University Downtown Architecture building Fairmont, WV Spring 2013

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This project utilized three sets of rectilinear shapes from regulate lines to create relationships which formed a shallow relief and was then transferred into a light box. It examines how objects transform space.

Light Box Fall 2011


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1. Stoneware Pitcher Wheel-thrown with hand built details Cone 04, dipped into White with Red and Green painted on top Cone 04 firing 2. Stoneware Teapot Wheel-thrown with hand built details Cone 10, dipped into Amber Celadon Cone 10 firing 3. Stoneware Container with lid Wheel-thrown with hand build details Cone 04, dipped into White with Red and Green painted on top Cone 04 firing 4. Stoneware Bowl on Stand Wheel-thrown with hand built details Cone 04, dipped into White with Yellow and Green painted on top Cone 04 firing 1

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