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portfolio Andrea Young, 2010-2014

To affect the quality of the day, that is the highest of arts. - Henry David Thoreau, 1854


resume EDUCATION University of Arizona Tucson, AZ Bachelors of Architecture - GPA: 3.9 College of Architecture, Planning, Landscape Architecture August ‘09 - May ‘14 (Expected Graduation) Desert Vista High School Phoenix, AZ August ‘05 - May ‘09 OUTSIDE INVOLVEMENT American Institute of Architecture Students University Of Arizona Chapter ‘12-’13 President ‘11-’12 Vice President ‘11 Director Of Public Relations ‘10 2nd Year Class Representative AIAS National Involvement ‘13-’14 West Quadrant Director ‘13-’14 Advocacy Task Force ‘12-’13 Membership Committee AIA Southern Arizona Board of Directors ‘12-‘13 AIAS Representative Student Council College of Architecture, Planning, Landscape Architecture ‘12-’13 AIAS Representative

SPECIAL RECOGNITION Tau Sigma Delta Honors Society Architecture and Allied Arts ‘13-’14 Inducted into new Chapter at CAPLA Nomination for Senior Award ‘14 University of Arizona Dean of Students Arizona Builders Alliance Portfolio Competition ‘14 Awarded by Rick Bright Design Associates AIA Southern Arizona ‘13 Highlighted in “Perspective” Online Architectural Journal ‘12 AIA Arizona Student Studio Project Competition - 2nd Place (UA) University of Arizona Scholarships ‘13 SmithGroup Scholarship CAPLA ‘13 George Amos Scholarship College of Geography ‘12 Gayle MacNeil Scholarship CAPLA ‘11 Gertrude Thompson Scholarship CAPLA CAPLA All School Design Awards ‘11 Nomination, Finalist Nomination to be a Guest Student Reviewer Multiple Reviews [1st Year, 2nd Year]

WORK EXPERIENCE WSM Architects, Inc. Intern Tucson, AZ July ‘12 - August ‘13 Anderson Workshop Drafter, Intern Tucson, AZ June ‘13 - December ‘13 University of Arizona, CAPLA Tucson, AZ Structures Teacher’s Assistant (ARC221, ARC322, ARC422) August ‘13 - May ‘14 Structures Grader (ARC221 & ARC322) August ‘12 - May ‘13 Structures Grader (ARC441) August ‘13 - May ‘14

SOFTWARE Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Indesign, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premier, Rhino, Autodesk Autocad, Autodesk Revit, Autodesk 3Ds Max, Google Sketchup, Microsoft Office


REFERENCES Robert Miller, AIA Director, CAPLA University of Arizona millerr@email.arizona.edu Michael Kothke, Architect Professor, Internship + IDP Coordinator, CAPLA University of Arizona mkothke@email.arizona.edu Paul Mickelberg AIA, LEED AP BD+C Principal, WSM Architects, Inc. Tucson, AZ pmickelberg@wsmarch.com

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Stone

Andrew Hesse, AIA, LEED AP Senior Project Architect, Rob Paulus Architects Tucson, AZ andrew@robpaulus.com working relationship through AIA & AIAS

University

table of contents 01

02 El Corazón

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03 Nature Chapel

Stone

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6th Ave

04 Pavilion

Church Congress

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05 Graphical Work

Broadway

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celebrate

the birth of

DANIEL

Center for Information + Collaboration

06 Professional Work Experience Merkt Blatz Morgan

let’s bike and drink around town 4:00pm

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Downtown Kitchen (4-5:30pm) 135 S. 6th Ave.

La Cocina (5:30-7:30pm) 2 201 N. Court Ave. The District Tavern (7:30-9pm)

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Tap & Bottle (9-10:30pm) 403 N. 6th Ave.

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Best Western (10:30pm-?) 1015 N. Stone Ave.


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Stone University

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Stone

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6th Ave

Church Congress

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Broadway

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DANIEL

Merkt Blatz Morgan

August 16, 2013

4:00pm

celebrate

the birth of

let’s bike and drink around town until we drop

1

Downtown Kitchen (4-5:30pm) 135 S. 6th Ave.

La Cocina (5:30-7:30pm) 2 201 N. Court Ave. The District Tavern (7:30-9pm) 3 260 E. Congress Ave.

4

Tap & Bottle (9-10:30pm) 403 N. 6th Ave.

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Best Western (10:30pm-?) 1015 N. Stone Ave.

[ food + drinks + karaoke ]


Fall 2012

ARC401 - Studio: Technology - Professor Matthew Sears

Center for Information & Collaboration Tucson is not just a city - but a grand community. A community of those who are similar and of those who are not. The University of Arizona works the same way. On a collage campus, there is a push and desire for collaboration and integration. This project will provide that and much more to the communities of colleges on the northwest corner of campus. Tucson, AZ


University of Arizona

Tucson, Arizona

a collaborative place of learning for: Agriculture + Life Sciences, Eller Business, Engineering, Fine Arts, Humanities, Architecture


Concept Generation Pedestrian and bike circulation are apparent in the existing conditions. The vectors of people walking to and from class can shape a building - allowing it to respond to what is already established but also to encourage a new path - a central path - one that allows for integration and collaboration. The building has been carved from these circulation vectors. Four buildings arise from group level and combine to become two buildings on the third and final level. A symbol of dissimilar becoming similar - with main collaborative and open spaces on the third level.

site sitecontext plan plan scale: 1/32” = 1’ 0”

young | sears | arc401 | fall 2012 | rr | 01

20’

40’

80’

180’


CAPLA Garden

Collaboration

through open & shared spaces By situating public spaces near ground level, there have become easily accessible to everyone. Similar program is near to each other - horizontally as well as vertically. .

Playground level 01 plan


level 02 plan

level 03 plan

level 04 plan


north perspective


approach into research library

spaces for individual study both inside and outside

library

individual study

group work

lecture

east-west section facing south


north-south section facing east


8 7 6 1

open air, exposed steel structure, W14 column, concrete paving stones

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open air, exposed steel structure, W30 girders, W24 cross beams, 5” corrugated steel and concrete decking

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cement board paneling over steel structure

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interior condition, open study atrium space, 30” raised flooring, HVAC delivery above finished floor, distribution through flooring

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interior/exterior condition, double paned glass curtain wall, 1.5”x4” mullions, glass held off structural columns with bracing. mullions between 19’ - 22’ vertically, and 4’ - 8’ horizontally

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exterior condition, perforated exposed steel panels, set off 3’ from curtain wall system, held by structural fins (welded to mullions) with spider connections as brackets for four panels, height of floor and located 4’ - 8’ horizontally, diameter of perforations is determined by program and use of space beyond

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interior condition, exposed steel structure, W30 girders, W24 cross beams exterior condition, parapet of curtain wall + light gauge steel (& brick veneer of eastern facade), sloped rigid insulation, roofing membrane, roof drains through east wall into landscaping

1 wall section grade to parapet


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Stone University

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Stone

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6th Ave

Church Congress

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Broadway

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DANIEL

Merkt Blatz Morgan

August 16, 2013

4:00pm

celebrate

the birth of

let’s bike and drink around town until we drop

1

Downtown Kitchen (4-5:30pm) 135 S. 6th Ave.

La Cocina (5:30-7:30pm) 2 201 N. Court Ave. The District Tavern (7:30-9pm) 3 260 E. Congress Ave.

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Tap & Bottle (9-10:30pm) 403 N. 6th Ave.

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Best Western (10:30pm-?) 1015 N. Stone Ave.

[ food + drinks + karaoke ]


Spring 2013

ARC402 - Studio: Urban Form - Professor Mark Frederickson

El Coraz贸n

in collaboration with Jesus Alan Figueroa, Monique Bassey, Nigel Shemanski, Daniel Harrison

Tucson, AZ

The intent of this project is to rehabilitate a portion of the Santa Cruz River and adjacent areas by designing strategies that operate on a variety of levels. This approach works in a range of scales benefiting both the environment and the community by implementing eco-responsive design. Expansion of the Interstate 10 has divided Tucson, creating a barrier between the two sides of the highway and resulting in limited connectivity. The plan functions to reconnect the separated sides and enhance access through transportation hubs, greenways, and trails. The addition of mixed use development encourages people to inhabit the site, creating a cultural center for activities and festivals which in turn will stimulate local businesses. The plan integrates a nature and urban creating a symbiotic relationship between the two. Greenways serve as protected corridors for both human and wildlife circulation to and from both natural and developed areas. Ultimately the Santa Cruz Master Plan revitalizes a disturbed riparian corridor while also creating a sustainable urban prototype in the arid southwest.


industrial mixed use developments cultural & educational affordable housing development berms & bosques greenways, open spaces, & parks agriculture riparian & restoration eco resort sports & athletic complex

El Corazón Sur “The Southern Heart”


The southern focus area responds to a different urban fabric than the other two sites - El Corazon Norte and El Corazon Central. There areas of existing light industrial zones with one to two story buildings and low density. Our goals were to:

Play Housing Institutional

Density to create new livework-play community. Create a main pedestrian greenway where the new trolley line will run through Bring mixed use development and natural areas to the river and to the bike route Create new affordable housing development introducing a variety of housing typologies and densities Create a new educational center for University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Observation

Biking Trails

Agriculture

Vegetation

Public Trolley Parks Markets Mixed-Use


Circulation

Built Form

Greenways & River Circulation

Utilizing existing infrastructure Incorporating a new Trolley line that connects all existing and new development - with the potential to connect the trolley to the new Modern Streetcar Downtown Expanding the Bike Loop on both sides of the Santa Cruz River

New construction and repurposing existing buildings New uses to old buildings in both the southern mixed use development, as well as the new Educational Center to the north

Specific greenway strategy to create a pedestrian friendly environmental zone Greenways bring people down to the river with circulation paths on both sides of the river Observation towers and raised platforms placed near the river at specific places for views and rest


Focus Areas El Coraz贸n Sur was then divided into three focus areas for further design development.

01 Educational Center The campus is located in an existing commercial and light industrial zone - taking over roads for pedestrian greenspaces and a campus mall, adding new buildings for a more dense urban campus.

02 Affordable Housing

The El Corazon presents a precedent study to introduced variety of housing typologies and densities, combined with office, retail, and commercial districts.

03 Mixed Use The mixed-use redevelopment in the south third of the site, repurposes existing structures and infill to enclose greenways for the transit route, pedestrians and cyclists, and separates automobiles onto dedicated streets and parking lots.


points of observation

vegetative barrier

Santa Cruz

bike trails

pedestrian + car circulation

The educational center near Sweetwater Drive is a new home for the University of Arizona College of Agriculture & Life Sciences. The campus is located in an existing commercial and light industrial zone - taking over roads for pedestrian greenspaces and a campus mall, adding new buildings for a more dense urban campus. Learning utilizes the existing and updated agricultural fields for production and learning.

Educational Center


Campus Greenway

The main road will be closed off to traffic and will be repurposed into a campus mall and pedestrian greenway. Berms and dips will bring a visual interest to an uninviting and flat site. Trees will placed in double allay to shade pedestrians and students who walk to class. All vegetation will be desert specific.

designed by Andrea, rendered by Nigel Shemanski


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Stone University

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Stone

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6th Ave

Church Congress

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Broadway

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DANIEL

Merkt Blatz Morgan

August 16, 2013

4:00pm

celebrate

the birth of

let’s bike and drink around town until we drop

1

Downtown Kitchen (4-5:30pm) 135 S. 6th Ave.

La Cocina (5:30-7:30pm) 2 201 N. Court Ave. The District Tavern (7:30-9pm) 3 260 E. Congress Ave.

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Tap & Bottle (9-10:30pm) 403 N. 6th Ave.

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Best Western (10:30pm-?) 1015 N. Stone Ave.

[ food + drinks + karaoke ]


Fall 2011

ARC301 - Studio: Land Ethics - Professor Luis Ibarra

Nature Chapel Tucson, AZ


for the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Northwest Tucson

Serenity

experience of worship The chapel stands tall in its sunken territory. However, it has a feeling of place as its rigid walls are built with earth. It’s warm and complex in color. The ground is terraced to create places to sit for inhabitation and contemplation. As you descend down the terraced ground, the space becomes taller, and you begin to feel smaller. The cycle of life – as plants grow and perish – can be observed along desert ground. This is the small-scale nature. Afternoon light can dance upon the movement of the mesquites and trace the pads of the prickly pear. Once your contemplation of this small nature has reached its completion and you are ready to leave the stillness, the turn towards the exit brings you to a strong view of the Catalinas. . The morning light shines on you as you face them, but the afternoon light is behind you and it colors the mountains This is a different perspective of nature – it’s the large-scale understanding of the vastness of this place. With openings on the east and west, this chapel is situated to understand the rising and setting sun, and its affect on the nature around you. Light awakens the chapel in the morning, and the shadows of plants dance onto the chapel floor throughout the evening.

north-south section facing west


The importance is no longer on you but on the inhabitation of the chapel. You seat yourself on a terrace and bring yourself to a place of stillness and reflection.

run off from rains provides for the vegetation below

morning air flow from east to west evening air flow from west to east

east-west section facing north


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Stone University

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Stone

2

6th Ave

Church Congress

3

Broadway

1

DANIEL

Merkt Blatz Morgan

August 16, 2013

4:00pm

celebrate

the birth of

let’s bike and drink around town until we drop

1

Downtown Kitchen (4-5:30pm) 135 S. 6th Ave.

La Cocina (5:30-7:30pm) 2 201 N. Court Ave. The District Tavern (7:30-9pm) 3 260 E. Congress Ave.

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Tap & Bottle (9-10:30pm) 403 N. 6th Ave.

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Best Western (10:30pm-?) 1015 N. Stone Ave.

[ food + drinks + karaoke ]


Spring 2012

ARC321 - Structures - Professor Chris Trumble

Pavilion

in collaboration with Amelia Elliott, Jared Niles, Christopher Pela As a group of four, we were given the program of an open air pavilion to provide places to both sit and stand, places to gather a large group of 10 or less and places to observe and reflect. We designed the pavilion with both function and form - taking advantage of its wood construction. My role within the project was helping in the original design processes, the generation of details, and diagramming the architectural and environmental concept. Tucson, AZ


ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE SCALE: 1/4”=1’-0”

GATHERING & STANDING

SITTING & REFLECTION

SLOPE OF THE STRUCTURE AND THE SHAPE OF THE ROOFING ENCOURAGE ACTIVITY AND USER OCCUPATION WITHIN THE SPACE GATHERING & STANDING

[INCREASED ROOF HEIGHT, OPEN SPACE]

SITTING & REFLECTION

[DECREASED ROOF HEIGHT, BENCH]

PROCESSION SEQUENCE

WATER FLOW TO THE WEST ENTRANCE FROM THE NORTH & CIRCULATION FLOW TO THE WEST

ARCHITECTURAL CONCEPT


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Stone University

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Stone

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6th Ave

Church Congress

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Broadway

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DANIEL

Merkt Blatz Morgan

August 16, 2013

4:00pm

celebrate

the birth of

let’s bike and drink around town until we drop

1

Downtown Kitchen (4-5:30pm) 135 S. 6th Ave.

La Cocina (5:30-7:30pm) 2 201 N. Court Ave. The District Tavern (7:30-9pm) 3 260 E. Congress Ave.

4

Tap & Bottle (9-10:30pm) 403 N. 6th Ave.

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Best Western (10:30pm-?) 1015 N. Stone Ave.

[ food + drinks + karaoke ]


2011-2014

Graphical Work


arizona state aias is coming to town...

TUCSON FIRM TOUR saturday sept. 22nd 9:30am meet at CALA

RICK JOY lunch

faculty

DINNER AUCTIONS AUctions

ROB PAULUS CALA studio tour

silent auction in the sundt gallery

MARCH 22 (8:00 am) through

Come meet architecture students from Arizona State Universtiy for a tour of two local Tucson architecture firms. We will be going to lunch and afterwards, showing them our own studio space and architecture building.

interested? questions? email Andrea Young [acyoung@email.arizona.edu]

MARCH 23 (5:30pm) $5 minimum bid per student individual dinner times to be determined


PORTFOLIO CHARRETTE A IA S A R IZ ONA CHA P T E R

ARCHITECTURE as ACTIVISM

ROUND-TABLE DISCUSSION with faculty and professionals

all are welcome to attend

AIAS ARIZONA CHAPTER MEETING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27TH at 6PM DISMORE ROOM

adobe

illustrator

10.15.11

laura huylebroeck

grasshopper

adobe

10.22.11

photoshop 10.29.11

cruz crawford

jeremy shough

[saturdays] 2-5pm CALA computer lab

SPRI N G 2012

SATURDAY | 02.04 &09AM 02.25 -12PM critics :: PAUL REIMER. LUIS IBARRA. MICHAEL KOTHKE. ROB PAULUS. PHILIPP NEYER (25th) AIAS members: non member:

FREE $5 per session OR $7 for both session

02.04 - Graphics + Layout 02.25 - Presentation + Interview Skills 03.02 - Job Interview Fair For those with an existing porfolio (print or digital) It’s time to strengthen and to get feeback on your porfolio before applying for summer or post-graduation internships.

how do architects and architecture students positively influence the communities in which they live?

BEYOND BASICS WORKSHOPS advanced techniques in design communication

“arid systemics” sheehan wachter + cruz crawford 2011

registration begins monday, 10.03 at noon beyondbasics.cala@gmail.com

email to _must have prior knowledge and experience with the software _limited to the first 20 students _please include name, year, and which workshop you wish to sign up for sponsored by school of architecture.cala promoted by studio culture and workspace team + aias

Graphics & Marketing for the AIAS

The mission of the American Institute of Architecture Students is to promote excellence in architectural education, training, and practice; to foster an appreciation of architecture and related disciplines; to enrich communities in a spirit of collaboration; and to organize students and combine their efforts to advance the art and science of architecture. Not only did I produce the marketing material for the AIAS chapter at the University of Arizona, I organized and ran the events with the board of directors - both when I was Vice President (2011-2012) and then President (2012-2013). We not only organized social events for student-to-student networking at the college, but also events that focused on professional connects and advocacy.


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celebrate

the birth of

DANIEL

Merkt Blatz Morgan

Stone

let’s bike and drink around town

August 16, 2013 4:00pm

until we drop

University

1

Downtown Kitchen (4-5:30pm) 135 S. 6th Ave.

La Cocina (5:30-7:30pm) 2 201 N. Court Ave. The District Tavern (7:30-9pm) 3 260 E. Congress Ave.

4

Tap & Bottle (9-10:30pm) 403 N. 6th Ave.

5

Best Western (10:30pm-?) 1015 N. Stone Ave.

[ food + drinks + karaoke ]

sing me happy bithday

DANIEL 15 August

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celebrating yesterday’s birthday Stone

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6th Ave

Church Congress

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Broadway

1

celebrate

the birth of

DANIEL

Merkt Blatz Morgan

let’s bike and drink around town

August 16, 2013 4:00pm

until we drop

1

Downtown Kitchen (4-5:30pm) 135 S. 6th Ave.

La Cocina (5:30-7:30pm) 2 201 N. Court Ave. The District Tavern (7:30-9pm) 3 260 E. Congress Ave.

4

Tap & Bottle (9-10:30pm) 403 N. 6th Ave.

5

Best Western (10:30pm-?) 1015 N. Stone Ave.

[ food + drinks + karaoke ]


Graphic Design personal work & play

YOU’RE INVITED TO A FANCY OUTDOOR DINNER PARTY TO CELEBRATE

6th Ave.

6th St.

Xerocraft Franklin Docks 7th St.

Site 1 Maker House

Franklin St.

Site 2

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May 3rd 6pm 823 E. Lee St.

INTERVENTION

This is an alternative PARK(ing) Day where artists, designers and citizens transform metered parking spots into temporary public parks. The two sites of intervention are parking spaces along Toole Avenue & Franklin Street.

7th Ave.

22BIRTHDAY nd

a collaborative, interdisciplinary, alternative event

Stone Ave.

Andrea Young’s

PARK(ING)

INSPIRED

Av

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8th St.

Council St.

Alameda St.

main [italian] course will be provided so please delight us in bringing your choice of: side dish, dessert, or festive drink

RSVP

in person cell 602.316.9729

in conjunction with

Downtown Innovation District

Maker Faire

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16th Sustainable City Project | Living Streets Alliance | College of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Planning


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Stone University

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Stone

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6th Ave

Church Congress

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Broadway

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DANIEL

Merkt Blatz Morgan

August 16, 2013

4:00pm

celebrate

the birth of

let’s bike and drink around town until we drop

1

Downtown Kitchen (4-5:30pm) 135 S. 6th Ave.

La Cocina (5:30-7:30pm) 2 201 N. Court Ave. The District Tavern (7:30-9pm) 3 260 E. Congress Ave.

4

Tap & Bottle (9-10:30pm) 403 N. 6th Ave.

5

Best Western (10:30pm-?) 1015 N. Stone Ave.

[ food + drinks + karaoke ]


2012-2013

Professional Work Experience at WSM Architects, Inc.


Casa de Los NiĂąos The mission of Casa de los Ninos is “to promote child well-being and family stability in our community.â€? WSM Architects, Inc. is working with this non-profit organization to program, design, and now construct a new center to house the programs of this community and family oriented organization. My role within the project has been helping with programming, schematic design renderings (as shown), and marketing documents.


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Apache ASL Trails 2013 AIA Housing Awards WSM Presentation Slides

McArthur Dr. 4 5

Lebanon Ln.

McArthur Dr. 4

LOT B:

condos or co-op

apache asl trails apartments - 75 units

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bus stop

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canal + bike/running trail

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neighborhood park

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existing neighborhood

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phase two future development (additional 150 units)

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TEMPE

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Lebanon Ln.

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market

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flower shop

LOT B:

condos or co-op

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7 units ments - 75 light rail station 8

TEMPE

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MESA

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REVITALIZING APACHE BLVD. residential unit design for the deaf

LIVING ROOM

EXAMPLE Presentation Slides

• The dwelling units are designed to be accessible for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. • Strobe lighting for deaf notification alarm, phone, doorbell, videophone)

DINING ROOM

KITCHEN

• Custom unit lighting, such as lighted fan / vent switches, so that the residents are aware that the equipment is running

unit A

unit D

SHELF BATH

(fire

ENTRY

• Videophones to allow for sign language or lip-reading communication

PANTRY

CLOSET

LIVING ROOM CLOSET

unit E

enlarged unit plan on next page

BEDROOM 1

APACHE ASL TRAILS

unit E

Unlike most tax credit housing, the residential units become unique due to the variety of patio types created by the undulating exterior wall elevation. The exterior wall undulates to create exterior patios or room extensions, (as indicated by dashed lines). See elevation photographs.

TEMPE, AZ

completed August 2011

2013 AIA Housing Awards “Specialized Housing” ID#: 269936

unit C

10’

30’

50’

BEDROOM 2

BALCONY

unit B

unit E enlarged unit plan

unit F

2’6”

7’6”

15’

LOOKING WEST TOWARDS ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY (APPROX. 3 MI. AWAY)

100’

LEBANON LN.

transverse section 5’

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thank you Andrea Young, 2010-2014

Portfolio - Andrea Young  

A collection of my architecture and design work.

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