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andrea

rose

architecture portfolio university of arizona 2010-2013


andrea rose [4th year undergraduate architecture student]

languages

contact email | rosea@email.arizona.edu phone | 651 324 1025 address | 929 N. 3rd Ave | Tucson, AZ | 85705

English | native German | written + spoken

skills

education Univeristy of Arizona College of Architecture + Landscape Architecture Bachelor of Architecture Degree | May 2015 German Studies Minor 2009-present Cumulative GPA | 3.6 Activities | AIAS 2013-2014 Secretary, Chi Omega Sorority

Stillwater Area High School | Stillwater, MN 2006-2009 GPA | 3.9 Awards | A Honor Roll Activities | National Honor Society, Swim Team, Golf Team

experience Engineer Intern | Sundt Construction, Inc. February 2014 - present Tucson, AZ I was placed in charge of collecting and submitting documentation for LEED certification for the Old Main Renovation project on the University of Arizona campus.

Server + Hostess | Cibo e. Vino and Summit Diner August 2011- August 2012, June 2013-August 2013 Scottsdale, AZ My duties as a server and hostess at Cibo e Vino included taking orders and bringing out food, preparing salads, bussing tables, hosting, and performing cleaning side work. I performed similar tasks at the Summit Diner.

Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign Rhino 5

Autodesk Revit 2014 Autodesk 3DS Max 2014 Autodesk Ecotect Analysis IES-VE

awards + recognition AIA Portfolio Competition First Place Winner | Spring 2013 Design Excellence Award Winner| Spring 2013 Archon Prize “Honorable Mention” | Sping 2013 ARC 101 + 102 Guest Reviewer | Fall 2012 + Spring 2013 ARC 102 improvement award | Spring 2011 Dean’s List for 8 semesters | 2009-2013


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collaborative learning center

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vertical farm

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COLLABORATIVE LEARNING CENTER ARC

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The Center for Information and Collaboration is a highly open and transparent building located on the University of Arizona campus that allows it to bring new collaborative ideas to the area. The building has a strong urban presence through its connection to the CAPLA garden, reaching out and extending it to the CIC through pockets of exterior garden space, and it also has a connection to the rest of campus through its linear form. The North-South linear structure provides two spaces for mechanical cores along the east and west facades, creating saddlebacks that house structure and mechanical systems, while opening up the space and establishing transparent north and south facades. The open web steel joist structure accommodates this openness by creating long spans that are uninterrupted by columns or other obstructions. The transparency within the building allows for people to connect through visual, auditory, and tactile means, producing ways to enrich the idea of collaboration in a creative learning environment.


concept :: openness + transparency

site plan ::

fully glazed north and south facades and large, open interior spaces provide stong visual connections both within the building and the campus. opaque west and east facades protect the building from the harsh sun as well as housing mechnical and structural equipment.

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parti diagram :: shifted linear spaces provide open spaces to view and collaborate, bounded on either side by mechanical cores and supplementary program spaces

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atrium and double heigh spaces create openness and transparent interior divisions create visibility and promote collaboration


the five-story structure houses many programmatic spaces including an auditorium for performances, a multi-story library space, gallery and exhibition spaces, and collaborative workrooms, administrative spaces, and exterior terraces directed towards distinctive views.

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TOP OF PARAPET 80’-0”

enclosure ::

ROOF 78’-0”

ROOF 76' - 0" METAL FLASHING

METAL COUNTER FLASHING

PARAPET EXTENDS 2’ ABOVE ROOF LINE METAL FLASHING SLOPED FOR DRAINAGE

WATERPROOF ROOFING MEMBRANE EXTERIOR GYPSUM SHEATING CANT

SPRAY FOAM INSULATION 3” CONCRETE SLAB ON 2” METAL DECKING

METAL COUNTER FLASHING WATERPROOFING ROOF MEMBRANE EXTERIOR GYPSUM SHEATHING CANT STRIP SPRAY FOAM INSULATION 3” CONCRETE SLAB ON 2” METAL DECKING

LEVEL 5 63’-0”

CLIP ATTACHES METAL STUDS TO STRUCTURE WELDED STEEL ANGLE 24” DEEP WIDE FLANGE STEEL BEAM 30” DEEP OPEN WEB JOIST 36” DEEP SUSPENDED CEILING

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PARAPET DETAIL

parapet detail PARAPET DETAIL PARAPET DETAIL

3” CONCRETE FLOOR ON 2” METAL DECKING LEVEL 4 48’-0”

CLIP BOLTED TO STEEL ANGLE ATTACHES TO METAL STUDS WELDED STEEL ANGLE 24” DEEP WIDE FLANGE STEEL BEAM 30” DEEP OPEN WEB JOIST 36” DEEP SUSPENDED CEILING

074213 - PERFORATED COPPER PANELS ON 051200- 7/8” HAT CHANNELS @ 27” O.C. OVER SELF HEALING WATERPROOF LAYER 072500 - WATERPROOFING 092900 - 5/8” EXTERIOR GYPSUM SHEATHING 072100 - BATT INSULATION 033000 - 3” THICK CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE SLAB ON 2” METAL DECKING 054000 - 4” METAL STUD FRAMING @ 16” O.C.

LEVEL 3 33’-0”

092900 - 5/8” INTERIOR SYPSUM BOARD

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INTERMEDIATE FLOOR / ENCLOSURE DETAIL

INTERMEDIATE FLOOR / ENCLOSURE DETAIL intermediate INTERMEDIATE floor FLOOR /detail ENCLOSURE DETAIL

W14 X 90 STEEL COLUMN BATT INSULATION

LEVEL 2 18’-0”

METAL C CHANNEL BOLTS METAL STUDS TO CONCRETE FLOORING

LEVEL 2 CEILING 14’-6”

WATERPROOFING

PERFORATED COPPER PANELS ON 7/8” HAT CHANNELS @ 27” O.C. OVER SELF-HEALING WATERPROOF LAYER WATERPROOFING 5/8” EXTERIOR GYPSUM SHEATHING BATT INSULATION 4” METAL STUD FRAMING 16’ O.C. 5/8” INTERIOR GYPSUM BOARD

W14X90 STEEL COLUMN 3” CONCRETE FLOOR ON 2” METAL DECKING

PROTECTION BOARD SORTED AGGREGATE FILTER FABRIC DRAIN CONCRETE FOOTING

CONCRETE FOOTING LEVEL 1 0’-0”

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FOOTING DETAIL FOOTING DETAIL FOOTING DETAIL

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north elevation

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concept model

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the final model was constructed entirely of basswood and demonstrated the overall concept of the building, showing the opaque east and west walls and the transparent glazing of the north and south facades, as well as its urban condition within the site.


UU CAMPUS ARC 302 | SPRING 2013 | P. REIMER | NORTHWEST TUCSON The site and building design for the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Northwest Tucson was a semester-long project. The proposal for the campus design was intended to be harmonious; fulfilling the goals of the congregation as well as being ethical with the treatment of the land. The response sensitively improves the site and utilizes sustainable stratgies such as water harvesting, bioswales, and earth integration. The design is a response to the forces of the environment, connecting the human to nature. The nature chapel is an outdoor space for 10 people that provides a sense of community, meaning and meditation. A precessional experience leads to a distinct natural threshold created by palo verde and leads the user to desend into the earth. The chapel heightens the users’ awareness of water and its role in the environment, collecting it in a small cistern and directing the overflow to nearby vegetation, feeding the trees in a mutually beneficial way that provides the area with shade.


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social space sanctuary education garden + social space information center parking education outdoor area outdoor worship nature chapel beacon arrival

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responding to a given spatial condition :: site analysis :: unitarian universalist congregation :: watershed

water draining off of the steep ridges of the site is slowed down by gently inserting buildings and retaining walls into the natural landscape, giving the desert plants enough time to take in the water that they need. this retention of water enhances tree cover for shading and quality spatial experiences.

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ridge | redirected water valley | collected water underground rainwater cistern bioswales

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sanctuary section :: exterior shade structure manufactured truss bearing plate

light scoop creates diffused interior light condition

48” deep truss 2 - 36” deep joist girders 1/2” plywood sheathing attaches to ceiling cladding

lightweight wood floor subflooring sleepers concrete plinth

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gabion walls let water filter in

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chapel approach ::

perforated retaining wall trough collects water above grade from tributary area

gabion wall has concrete core to retain water for vegetation

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linear axis aligned with pusch ridge shading provided by surrounding vegetation and steel shade structure with tensile fabric

arrival path pushes up against palo verde which provides natural shade and cooling

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section a looking north :: the nature chapel collects water through gabion walls and redirects the overflow to feed the nearby palo verde. as a result, this tree provides shade to the chapel, working in symbiosis. additional shade is created by a steel and fabric shade structure. its placement reinforces the circular form of the chapel sunken in the earth, thus creating harmony between the natural and man-made elements. this meditation space creates very little impact upon the earth, giving back more than it takes away.

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steel columns rest on foundation in ground, while beams are welded + bolted to the column gabion bench drain directs overflow water to palo verde to amplify shade

steel shade structure reinforces circular form and axis while providing shade perforated steel retaining wall holds back earth gabion retaining walls cement foundation

water pools in trough created by foundation


VERTICAL FARM + MARKET ARC 301 | FALL 2012 | C. HAYES | LOS ANGELES Downtown Los Angeles is an urban hub providing housing, work, and recreation for a growing population of over 50,000 people. Limited space for expansion provides a design problem for providing enough food to the city. Vertical farms are space-saving multi-story structures that grow produce in an urban area, eliminating the space needed for a traditional farm. Using systems such as hydroponics, these vertical farms can recycle plant waste and produce energy. Located in the transitional historic core of downtown Los Angeles, the area will serve the demographics of the historic core as well as the financial district. Housed within a single structure, the urban farm is combined with a community market to sell goods directly to the public, serving as an iconic gathering and learning space. The enclosure system has the means to open and close for egress and natural ventilation, and the interior structure is designed in such a way to provide ample space for the produce to grow and access to the plants. From the exterior, the building demonstrates its presence and function to the rest of the city for a new perspective on sustainability and farming.


FLOOR PLANS level 12 | growing level

level 5 | growing level level 12

level 2 | growing level + green roof

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level 1.5 | market balcony

level 2 level 1 | market level 1.5

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SECTION PERSPECTIVE | plant organization Plants that need more sun and can withstand higher heat are placed on the top floors of the structure, such as tomatoes and strawberries. Plants that need cooler temperatures and don’t need full sun are located on the lower floors, such as lettuce and spinach.

The market is located on the first floors providing easy access to the public as well as a close proximity to the growing levels, eliminating the process of transportation. This is an area to purchase locally grown produce as well as interact with the community.

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8,000 sq ft 8,000 sq ft 4,000 sq ft 4,000 sq ft market seedling hatchery

PROCESSING HERBS LETTUCE ZUCCHINI SPINACH BEANS PEPPER + ONIONS STRAWBERRIES TOMATOES

0.5A1 = 9,000 11,448 sq ft total

b1+b2 = 15,750

15,644 sq ft total

b3+c1 = 19,125

5,238 sq ft total

B4 = 7.875

15,028 sq ft total 14,860 sq ft total

c2+0.5c3 = 16,875 0.5c3+c4 = 16,875

7,236 sq ft total

C5 = 11,250

7,102 sq ft total

0.75C6 = 8,437

12,508 sq ft total

0.25C6+C7 = 14,063

composting vaults rainwater cistern market view from balcony


SECTION | ventilation + systems natural ventilation is used to cool the interior of the structure, pulling in cool air from operable windows and a double skin wall up through perforated floors and a central core. operable glass atrium roof releases hot air circulation core contains freight elevator and stairs perforated steel floors let air flow up through building d0uble skin curtain wall with shading

double skin cavity zoomed in interior curtain wall has operable glazing to ventilate factory cool air flows up through cavity to cool interior heated air 2’ gap at ground level lets in cool outside air

cool air from rainwater cistern flows up through core to cool the hot air created by the composting vaults seedling hatchery composting vaults rainwater cistern

compost circulation water circulation to plants rainwater circulation to cistern


WALL SECTION | operable skin system

shade system in plan

steel channel attaches box to mullions mullions clipped to structure polyethylene fabric skin

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roll powered by motor aluminum box house roll and motor

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angle clips box to mullion bolts aluminum track


WOOD TOWER ARC 322 | SPRING 2013 | C. TRUMBLE | GROUP OF 3 The observation tower is a structural project constructed entirely out of wood. It was a group project with three people involving two components: a scale model and a drawing set including diagrams and construction drawings. The project was an exploration of structural materials and methods, utilizing shear, moment, and deformation diagrams to create a tower that had a unique design while still maintaining structural stability. The design our group proposed had an enclosed first floor, a cantilevered second floor for observation to the west, and a 360 degree view on the third floor. Wooden slats changing in density were used throughout the project to provide shading, as well as providing a shear plane and a guardrail for the stairs. The wooden slats were used as continuous members in the project to provide integration between the structure and the design of the observation tower.


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watershed is to the south side of the structure watershed is to watershed the south is to the south watershed is to the south side of the structure side of the structure side of the structure

wood slatting directs the user’s viewswood out slatting directswood wood the slatting directs the the slatting directs user’s views out

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Iteration 2 PROJECT TYPE:: Lab Project 2

structural diagramming :: anticipated deformation ::

moment diagram ::

shear diagram ::

SHEET TITLE::

rigid connections

structural isometric diagram ::

diagram of the deformation of the tower structure when using rigid connections with a uniform load applied to each level

Structural Diagram

DATE: 4.11.13 STUDENTS::

ASSIGNMENT NAME::

Andrea Rose, Bradie Kissinger + Kara Tully

Structural Framing Iteration 2

ARC 322

PROJECT TYPE::

C. Trumble

Lab Project 2 diagram of the deformation of ::the tower structure when using anticipated deformation moment diagram rigid connections with a uniform load applied to each level

shear diagram ::

the moment diagram of the structure is created by the uniform load creating bending and shear forces in all of the members

rigid connections

the use of shear planes in the structure helps to resist moment in the beams by placing them in quilibrium using coupled tension and compression. The shear planes are attached using rigid connections with wood panels spaces at different intervals to double as a screen wall for shading

SHEET TITLE::

SHEET 2.0 of 7.0 scale: 1/8”=1’-0”

Structural Diagram

DATE: 4.11.13 ASSIGNMENT the moment diagram ofNAME:: the structure is created by the uniform load creating bending and shear forces in all of the members

Structural Framing

Iteration 2 PROJECT TYPE:: Lab Project 2

moment diagram the moment diagram shear diagram :: of the structure is created by the uniform load creating bending and shear forces in all of the members

the use of shear planes in the structure helps to resist moment in the beams by placing them in quilibrium using coupled tension and compres-

SHEET sion. The TITLE:: shear planes are attached using rigid connections with wood

panels spaces at different intervals to double as a screen wall for shading

STUDENTS:: Andrea Rose, Bradie Kissinger + Kara Tully

ARC 322 C. Trumble

SHEET 2.0 of 7.0 scale: 1/8”=1’-0”

Structural Diagram

the use of shear planes in the structure STUDENTS:: helps to resist moment in the beams by placing them in Andrea equlibrium Rose, Bradieusing coupled tension and compression. shear planes Kissinger + Karathe Tully are attached using rigid connections with wooddeformation panels spaced:: at different intervals anticipated to double as a screen wall for shading.

ARC 322 C. Trumble

shear diagram

the use of shear planes in the structure helps to resist moment in the beams by placing them in quilibrium using coupled tension and compression. The shear planes are attached using rigid connections with wood panels spaces at different intervals to double as a screen wall for shading

SHEET 2.0 of 7.0 scale: 1/8”=1’-0”

moment diagram ::

shear diagram :: structural isometric diagram rigid connections


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5

22' - 2"

4

5

3

13' - 6 1/2" 22' - 2"

2”x3” wood slats 13' - 6 1/2"

A 3' - 6 21/32"3' - 6 21/32"

bolts

0' - 2"

15' - 0" 15' - 0"

7' - 0 7/16" 7' - 0 7/16" 3' - 6 5/32" 3' - 6 5/32"

entry access defined by opening in shear plane entry access defined by opening in shear plane

shear plane attaches t 6” columns via a rigid nection using a steel

C 0' - 2"

5 1/4" 3' - 6"

0' - 2"

D D

stair landing stair landing

ground floor structural plan scale: 1/16”=1’-0” ground floor structural plan

(4) 6” x 6” select structural lumber columns (5) 4” x 4” select structural lumber columns (4) x 6”concrete select structural lumber columns 22’ 6” x 15’ slab foundation (5) 4” x 4” select structural lumber columns 22’ x 15’ concrete slab foundation

C stair tread to carriage connection detail

scale: 1/16”=1’-0”

8' - 4 3/8"

scale :: 1”=1’- 0” 6

2” x 8” secondary beams 1 2

6

30' - 4" 2” x 8” secondary beams 1 2 29' - 3 21/32"

15' - 1 3/4"

3

4” x 16” primary beams

4” x 16” primary beams

4

5

1

4

5

1

30' - 4" 29' - 3 21/32"

2' - 0"

A

DN

A B

15' - 0" 15' - 0"

treads supported by letting the wood planks into the carriage min. 1/2” (4) 6” x 6” select structural lumber columns 0' -second 2" floor structural plan (4) 4” x 4” select structural lumber columns

Level 2 13' - 10 1/2"

0' - 2"

scale: 1/16”=1’-0”

second floor structural plan scale: 1/16”=1’-0”

15' - 4 3/4"15' - 4 3/4"

DN

4' - 10 7/8" 0' - 2"

2' - 0"

3

0' - 4 3/4" 0' - 4 3/4"

0' - 3"

0' - 6"0' - 3" 1' - 3 1/4"

0' - 3"

UP UP

interior slatting acts as guardrail interior slatting acts as guardrail C

0' - 2"

steel plate

B

B B

6” x 6” column

Level 3 27' - 9"

A

B

joists 2’-0” O.C. C joists 2’-0” O.C.

wood slatting acts as C guardrail stair D wood slatting acts as stair guardrail D

2” x 6” wood floor planks (4) 6” select structural 2” x6”8”x secondary beams lumber columns (4) x 4”primary select beams structural lumber columns 4” x4”16” 2” planks 2” xx 6” 3” wood wood floor slatting (shear plane) 2” x 8” secondary beams 4” x 16” primary beams shear plane 2” 3 x 3” wood slatting (shear plane) 5

column to footing connection detail

6

slatting acts as shading device scale :: 1”=1’0” 1

6

C

8' - 0" slatting acts as shading device 2' - 0" 1

21' - 6 1/2" shear plane 3

8' - 0"

21' - 6 1/2"

6”x 6” column

ro

sc

ro

sc

5 A

2' - 0"

1' - 0"

through bolts 6”

A B

15' - 0"

steel anchor strap

15' - 0"

D Level 1 Entry slab (neg)

B

C

C D

0' - 3"

W

E

concrete footing

D

0' - 3" (4) 6” x 6”steel select structural lumber strap columns column baseplan with galvanized anchor third floor structural 2” x 6” wood floor planks 2” x 8” secondary beams cast into concrete foundation pier scale: 1/16”=1’-0” (4) x 6”primary select beams structural lumber columns 4” x6”16” third floor structural plan 2” planks 2” xx 6” 3” wood wood floor slatting (shear plane)

scale: 1/16”=1’-0”

2” x 8” secondary beams 4” x 16” primary beams 2” x 3” wood slatting (shear plane)


Andrea Rose Architecture Portfolio | 2014  

Incoming fifth year undergraduate architecture student at the University of Arizona.

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