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Andrew Hansen


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Bio

Andrew completed his Master of Architecture degree at the University of Washington in 2013 and is currently pursuing a second master’s degree in Construction Management. Motivated by his varied experience in development, design, construction and fabrication, Andrew is intent on more closely aligning these related fields for an integrated approach to building and placemaking. Living abroad in Italy, and later traveling though Scandinavia, has influenced his perception of engaging people and Architecture. It is his hope that through the application of interdisciplinary collaboration, emerging technologies and advanced construction processes, a smarter way of building can lead to a more sustainable and engaging built environment.

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DRI Special Collections Library

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Downtown Library

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Maison de Giardin

Education 08

Building Arts & Technologies

Mixed-Use 12

Nakashima Retreat

Competitions / Expos 16

Nexus Theater

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Classroom of 2021 - CEFPI Expo

Professional Samples 22

Detail Drawings

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Real Estate Development

Miscellaneous 26 Sketches 28 Watercolors

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DRI Special Collections Library The project brief calls for the development of a special collections library for the Desert Research Institute in Reno, Nevada that can store and provide controlled access to rare books and manuscripts as well as mineral and geological samples. The main design goal for the DRI Special Collections Library is to express the apparent dichotomy that comes with housing a special collection. This dichotomy being the disjunction between physically protecting the sensitive materials of the collection and the desire to share the collection and have the information used by others. The strategies that are employed to meet this goal consist of spatial organization, geometrical and proportional relationships, and materiality.

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UNLV / b.s.arch / 3rd year / winter 2010 / critic: janet white / DRI_special_collections_library


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Downtown Library Situated in a historically significant district of downtown Las Vegas, the Downtown Community Library is intended to express the city’s long term investment in the redevelopment of the area. As an opportunity to develop an urban street condition and establish an urban landmark, the library provides service to the immediate community. The objective of the proposed design is to relate the library to the context of Las Vegas as a whole by critiquing the fascination with image and façade by increasing the awareness of progression, layering and depth from the user’s perspective. The strategies employed to achieve these goals are the physical separation of volume, the chiaro/ scuro relationship of the individual façades, and the planned circulation route.

first floor plan

Each of the main program elements have been separated from each other by a 4 ft wide gap, thus creating individual volumes that would be self contained linked only by a connecting circulation bar running horizontally through the second floor. Manipulating the ratio of solid and void, progressively stripping away the materials begins to reveal the inner workings of the structure. The Downtown Community Library can be seen as a physical manifestation of a layered composition that lies behind the visible façade.

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UNLV / b.s.arch / 3rd year / winter 2010 / critic: janet white / downtown_community_library


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American Art Museum Using the Maison Domino by Le Corbusier as a base model, the building is intended to be an American Art Museum that is located on a unique site where one half is covered by dense forest while the other is open plains. Furthering the architectural investigation, the term “datum” is explored. As the term “datum” indicates a reference line or division, the datum line functions as a reference line through the entirety of the site. Staying true to the base model of Le Corbusier, the museum contains the five points of piloti, ribbon windows, free facade, free plan, and a roof terrace.

The structural columns align with the datum line running through the site from East to West. The structure is partially embedded into the dense forest. From the third floor, views above the tree line are available while the majority of the openings are along the northern side toward the plains.

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Large, double-height glazing frame the interior space to one side of the datum line while leaving the opposite side open and free of obstructions. This further emphasizes the presence of the division as it aligns with the principle path of entry to the site.

UNLV / b.s.arch / 2nd year / fall 2008 / critic: brian andrews / american_art_museum


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Partially embedded into the forest, the structure takes advantage of the duality that the site presents. Enclosure and limited views within the forest are contrasted by open space and unobstructed horizons across the plains.

OPEN The duality of contrasting experiences is explored further by presenting the patrons with clear paths and views to the North of the datum line while obscuring the destinations and views to the South.

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The careful implementation of an organizational grid of alternating widths gives order to the paths, site work, partition walls and structural elements throughout the site.

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Br With the office block to the West and the classroom block to the east, the shop floors span between the two educational anchors. The x-brace structural system provides both vertical and lateral support, enabling a high degree of transparency Ad throughout the shop floors. A double skin facade system on the south face controls sunlight with integrated shading. The space between the curtain facade and the building enclosure doubles as a main circulation path from one side of the school to the other. T Ba

The ground floor plan emphasizes the transparent and welcoming nature of the school by allowing a generous forecourt with seating areas and shading. The exterior circulation continues through the central area to a smaller, more private Li area at the back. \The two gathering areas are connected both physically and visually, leaving the interaction among students and visitors as the center of focus.

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Building Arts & Technologies

Structural Floor: »» Spandrel Panel of Curtain Wall »» 3” Rigid Insulation at Slab Edge »» 24” Concrete Pan Joist Floor

Main Structure: »» Double W8x31 Steel Wide Flange X-Braces for Gravity and Lateral Loads »» Spray-on Fire Proofing »» 1’ Dia. Extruded Aluminum Column Covers

Finished Ceiling: »» 5/8” Gypsum Board »» 2x4 Metal Stud Support suspended from floor above @ 8’ O.C.

Ground Floor Curtain Wall: »» 5’ x 5’ Dual-Pane Kawneer ClearwallTM Curtain Wall

Basement Wall: »» Drainage Mat »» 8” Hollow Clay Tile Drainage Pipe »» Water Barrier Membrane »» 8” CMU Wall »» 2x4 Metal Stud Framing »» 5/8” Gypsum Board

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Main Entrance Lobby 1572 SF

Receiving / Loading 456 SF

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As each building in the campus has a different focus, the Building Arts & Technologies Center is intended to provide hands-on learning in a range of critical building skills. In addition to the typical classrooms, lecture hall, and faculty UrAg Cuoffices, specialized shop floors are located at the heart of the school.

Twin Facade Double Skin System: »» 5’ x 5’ Single Pane Lapped Glazing »» Cable Truss Facade Support with clamped connections at corners »» Cable Trusses anchored @ Shear Walls »» Circulation Corridor as air space »» 2x6 Metal Stud wall (Lower) »» 5’ x 5’ Dual Pane Kawneer ClearwallTM Curtain Wall (Upper)

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As a decentralized school campus, the Ballard Vocational & Technical College truly integrates within the surrounding community. Located along Leary Way, the educational buildings activate the pedestrian presence on the street. Redefining the character of Leary Way, from a dangerous vehicular thoroughfare to a pedestrian friendly streetscape, BVTC will act as the catalyst for future change.

Rain Screen Roof: »» 4’ x 8’ Extruded Zinc Panels »» Aluminum Support Tracks @ 4’ O.C. »» 6” Rigid Insulation »» Water Proofing Membrane »» Structural Steel Decking »» 2x8 Joists @ 8’ O.C. »» Glulam Structural Beams @ Columns

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UW / m.arch / 1st year / autumn 2011 / critic: ann marie borys / building_arts


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165 SF DN

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80 SF

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Material Storage 453 SF

Main Entrance Lobby 1572 SF

Receiving / Loading

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Large Lecture 2097 SF

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Nakashima Retreat

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A geometrical organization gives order to the various program elements and spaces. Based in traditional Japanese culture, referencing back to the traditional wood joinery techniques studied and used at the school, the double square creates zones and spatial relationships. The program is divided into two main parts separating public and private. Sub-categories within each zone speak of semi-public and semi-private areas by responding to various overlapping grids and axes established by the two major zones.

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A craftsman’s retreat school, dedicated to the principles of George Nakashima, uses a sectional detail model as a repeating bay system for the main workshop area where 6 apprentices are to be trained by 3 masters of woodworking.

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The center points of each zone intersect to create an entry axis into the community center. Although located within the private realm, the community center is much more public than the sleeping quarters. Therefore, it is oriented with the public domain by placing the main area and entry along the joining axis.

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UNLV / b.s.arch / 3rd year / fall 2009 / critic: kevin kemner / nakashima_retreat


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The partially rendered elevation of the Master’s Quarters and the Raw Log Storage area show a cladding of vertical wood siding for the living areas and overlapping cedar shingles for the offices. The Gallery would also be clad in overlapping cedar shingles along with plank formed concrete at the base. Although concrete, the natural texture and grain from the wooden forms would be expressed, emphasizing the beauty found in wood. A large north-facing skylight would provide adequate natural light to the space.

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“Ultimately the woodworker’s responsibility is to the tree itself, which has been sacrificed to live again in the woodworker’s hands.” - George Nakashima

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Nexus Theater As part of the annual USITT Ideal Theater Competition, a collaborative submission* is to address the specific needs and of a university theater department as well as serve as a rich cultural amenity for the community. Digital backdrops, projectors, embedded audio, flexible lighting, video feeds, and Connexus interfaces; the Nexus Theater is integrating the leading edge of technology. By orchestrating these features in an experimental fashion, directors are given the chance to create truly one-of-a-kind performances augmented by digital media. The Nexus Theater features an adaptable black box design, augmented by modern technology to accommodate the widest possible range of theater arrangements. Formal seating is achieved through nesting balconies, movable floors and flexible seating banks. Beyond the standard formats seating can organize into thrust, theater- in-theround, gallery, or any other possibility to fit the production. Through the Connexus smart phone application, creative directors can incorporate audience feedback and interaction into performances in an active fashion. Centered on the proscenium arch is a tension grid lined with the same LED matrix as the exterior curtain walls. In this capacity, it serves as a large Connexus screen connecting the audience with any hybridization of media, from pre-recorded video, to computer simulations, to live feeds. In seating configurations where balconies are not in use, the proscenium wall opens to create a tension grid above the performance floor for flexible lighting. The LED matrix then becomes a canopy on which images can be used to expand scenery. *Team member contributions Andrew Hansen: Analysis, User Group Interviews, Consultant Interviews, Programming, Concept Development, Architectural Design, Materials & Systems Selection, BIM Modelling (Revit), Graphic Layout (InDesign) Matt Caruso: Analysis, User Group Interviews, Consultant Interviews, Programming, Rendering (3ds Max), Site Model (SketchUp)

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UNLV / b.s.arch / 4th year / fall 2010 / critic: glenn nowak / nexus_theater


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Much like the composition of a transistor used to amplify an electrical signal, the Nexus Theater facilitates the amplification of the theater experience by exploiting the synergy created by the social interaction of the theater goers. The input layer consists of the educational and administrative spaces, while the output layer is the main performance space. The control layer between the two is what dictates the degree to which the experience is amplified. In order to foster increased interaction among the patrons, digital “Connexus” walls and media façades are used to easily connect people by allowing them to share interests and points of view with others. As the separation between the digital world and the physical world is becoming ever more imperceptible, the Nexus Theater acts as a link between the time honoured traditions of theatrical entertainment and the fast-paced immediacy to which we have become accustomed. The theatrical performance can extend beyond the confines of the performance space proper. The next generation of experimental theater is awaiting discovery.

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Classroom of 2021 - CEFPI Expo Submitted as a visioning exercise, the concept proposal for the “Classroom of 2021” was incorporated as the basis of design for one of only three proposals selected to be built out as a demonstration space for the CEFPI 88th Annual World Conference and Expo held in Nashville Tennessee. The final submission was a collaborative effort among a team of planners, architects, educators, students, and furniture suppliers. The organizing consortium, America’s Schoolhouse Council, cites the following comments regarding the project: “UNLV’s School of Architecture and College of Education played a pivotal role in achieving those connections through the conceptualization, material development, and construction of the classroom. For instance, students and faculty imagined glass walls embedded with technology. Eight-foot-high walls surrounding the space represented multi-media touch screens that doubled as windows with views to nature.” “The class that test-drove the mock-up classroom hails from the Stratford STEM Magnet High School in east Nashville. The recipient of a “Race to the Top” grant, Stratford has emerged as a hub for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education in Tennessee.” Team members: America’s Schoolhouse Council (ASC), Legat Architects, PBK, the University of Nevada Las Vegas, and VS America, Inc.

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CLASSROOM_OF_2021

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» The classroom of 2021 features a highly integrated multipurpose “SMARTSKIN” that fulfills all the functions necessary to create an active and engaging learning environment while blurring the boundaries of confined space. As an actively responsive medium, the bulding envelope can layer pertinent information while still allowing occupants to be visually engaged with the external surroundings (physical or virtual). Natural daylight permeates the space in a controlled manner as the “SMARTSKIN” actively varies opacity in response to solar1 radiation. Upon the user’s request, any portion of the classroom can become 100% transparent, thus functioning as a traditional 2 window. The high efficiency building integrated photovoltaics (BIPV)3generate the energy required to operate the systems. Any portion of the skin can be activated to function as a display using the embedded 4 OLED technology.

» FULLY INTEGRATED “SMARTSKIN” BUILDING ENVELOPE » » » » » »

RADIANT HEAT/COOL ADAPTIVE OLED DISPLAY ADJUSTABLE TRANSPARANCY “digi_WINDOWS” REACTIVE THERMAL TRANSMITTANCE SELF POWERED VIA HIGH EFFICIENCY BIPV SELF ILLUMINATING TASK LIGHTING

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Detail Drawings POHL Inc. of America specializes in the design and munufacturing of architectural sheet metal products. Widely used, the company maintains multiple lines of rainscreen facede systems including Europanel, Europlate, Ecopanel, Slimline, as well as specialty products such as sunshades and column covers. Tight tolerances, economical production, and assembly procedures require both versatility in design and precision detailing. * Photo Credits: POHL Inc. of America

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EUROPANEL SYSTEM OPTIONAL

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Real Estate Development The Villages at Cascade Head: A master-planned resort community planned to be built on 630 acres at the north end of Lincoln City on the Central Oregon Coast. The entire development strategy revolved around the utilization of renewable and sustainable resources. The Villages at Cascade Head intended on being the first “net zero” energy user for a resort of this size, consisting of condominiums, townhomes, time-share, single family residents, and commercial development. The first completed townhomes achieved a LEED Platinum rating with others expected to follow. * Development updates, interactive marketing material, equity investor placement, management, contracts * Photo Credits: The Villages at Cascade Head Single Family Homes: Strategic partnering with financial investors, designers, and builders contributed to the construction of multiple luxury homes in the Salt Lake valley each providing over 5,000 ft2 of finished space and priced from the $700’s to $800’s. Additional tract home developments were undertaken in the Las Vegas valley and were slated for a market in the low $200’s providing nearly 2,000 ft2 finished. * Development updates, marketing material, design review, construction loan administration, committee approvals JUNE!

DEVELOPMENT UPDATE !

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“Maplewood Village” First units reach completion

Maplewood Village Construction Update I want to congratulate all of our team members on reaching a significant milestone on June 30th, 2008. We have successfully completed our first town home and it

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is now currently listed for sale! The town home is listed at a price of $549,000. Our second unit will be completed on Friday, July 12th. Additional units will be completed at a pace of approximately 1 every two

weeks. We would anticipate these units to be complete and sold by the end of first quarter, 2009.

The Villages at Cascade Head,

“An Oregon coast resort community in harmony with nature”

with expansive ocean views and surrounding coastal vistas and adjacent to the 12,000-acre federally protected Cascade Head National Scenic Area

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ALDERWOOD PLAN

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Property Characteristics • 6 bedroom 5.5 bath finished • .46 Acre Lot 20,000 sq ft • Finished Basement (2,153 Sq. Ft.) • French Door Walk-Out • 2 bedroom 2 bath • Potential Theater Room • Billiards Room • Large Recreation Room • Snack Area (Rough-In) ALDERWOOD PLAN • All Bedrooms with Walk-In Closets • Large Bonus Room above Garage • State of the art Security System w/ 3 yr paid Service Great Room • Study / Loft with Balcony overlooking Property Characteristics • 9 foot ceilings on Main, Upper, and Basement floors 6 bedroom 5.5 bath finished • Great Room, and Foyer • Vaulted Ceiling in Master Bedroom, • .46 Acre Lot 20,000 sq ft • Tiered boulder window wells • Central Vacuum System • Finished Basement (2,153 Sq. Ft.) • Secondary Front Entrance into Mud Room French Door Walk-Out • • Fireplaces at Great Room and Rec Room • 2 bedroom 2 bath • Premium Alder wood Cabinets throughout Potential Theater Room • Casings • Alder Wood Baseboards, Doors, and Door Cat5 Wiring for High-Speed Internet and Home Networking Room • • Billiards • 30 yr Architectural grade shingles • Large Recreation Room • Expanded 3 car Garage • Snack Area (Rough-In) • Connecting Garage with remotes and keypads All Bedrooms with Walk-In Closets • • Central Air Conditioning Large Bonus Room above Garage Hand Scraped Hickory Hardwood Flooring • • • Upgraded Carpet and Padding • State of the art Security System w/ 3 yr paid service • 18” x 18” Travertine Tile • Study / Loft with Balcony overlooking Great Room • Gourmet Kitchen • 9 foot ceilings on Main, Upper, and Basement floors • Granite countertops throughout • Vaulted Ceiling in Master Bedroom, Great Room, and Stainless Steel Appliances • Tiered boulder window wells Nook • Covered Outside Patio at Kitchen • • Jetted Tub in Master Bath • Central Vacuum System • Travertine Tile Shower and Tub Surrounds • Secondary Front Entrance into Mud Room • Alder wood handrails with Wrought Iron Spindles • Fireplaces at Great Room and Rec Room • Upgraded Plumbing Fixtures throughout • Premium Alder wood Cabinets throughout • Recessed Lighting

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