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andrew d. miller

Washington University in St. Louis Master of Architecture Design Portfolio


Table of Contents Studio Projects Absence

Pruitt-Igoe, St. Louis

Continuous:Individual Hyderabad, India

True Retreat West Texas

Procession and Pause Barcelona, Spain

Adaptive Boundaries Williamsburg Bridge, NYC

Design Projects Warped Morphology Interlocking Kite

Framework

Constructing Ideas

Work Samples Boeing - H47 Factory Office Renovation

Beach House

Private Residence


Absence

Columbarium for Cadavers A Home for Memories Professor Chandler Ahrens


Absence

Pruitt-Igoe, St. Louis Absence. Not only is it defined by removal, but also the memories of what was. Through the process of removal, an object’s definition is blurred; its void filled by select memories of the past. This transitory state is experienced on the former Pruitt-Igoe housing site in St. Louis; a place caught between man and nature. Built in the 1950s, the Wendell Pruitt and William Igoe housing project opened with much optimism, promising shelter to thousands of families. At its height, the complex housed approximately 15,000 people. As time passed, however, the buildings and its occupants became the victims of neglect. Without the necessary support to maintain the initial promise, the complex soon fell into disarray. With its population reduced to just 700 occupants, the project was demolished in 1972. Vacant for forty years, nature has reclaimed the site, creating a ruderal condition. As you walk through, remnants of the past still appear in the form of deteriorating infrastructure; victims of time.

Pruitt-Igoe Facade

Pruitt-Igoe Interior

Pruitt-Igoe Aerial

Conceptual Drawing

Conceptual Drawing

Conceptual Model


Conceptual Model

Conceptual Model

Conceptual Model

Site Plan


Program To revive the site, a columbarium for the ashes of medical school cadavers was chosen. While their bodies may be gone, the columbarium allows their memories to live on. Between Washington University in St. Louis and Saint Louis University’s medical schools, approximately 700 bodies are donated each year. Inurned semi-annually, both schools honor the cadavers with “first patient” ceremonies. Students, professors and family members gather in a Resonance Chamber to honor the dead. Words are spoken; songs are sung; silence is shared. A family is formed, even for those with family members present. The columbarium gradually fills. Year after year, the site is reoccupied. After twenty years, it will contain close to 15,000 bodies. Due to the relationship with Pruitt-Igoe’s occupancy rate, I chose to develop the columbarium to this point, with the understanding that the program could expand if desired in the future. Situated amongst the trees, the architecture appears as a relic from the past. Formed by the accumulation of precast concrete components, the project starts as forgotten elements in the landscape. It gradually grows, creating inhabitable space around the excavated footprint of a former Pruitt-Igoe housing block. Entered by descending, the mass of the columbarium amplifies the void.

Upper Level Plan


Ground Level Plan


Resonance Chamber The enclosed Resonance Chamber serves as a performance space to remember, as well as a place for community celebrations. The walls are composed of solid precast blocks that emerge from the ground, forming seats and walls. A plinth, centered in the space, hints at the performative aspect. The roof, composed of interlocking charred wood beams, rests on the precast blocks. Multiple layers add depth to the roof. Glass, concealed in the layers, seals the space from the elements. Light enters from above.


Resonance Chamber Roof

Resonance Chamber

West/East Longitudinal Section


Columbarium Columbarium visitors are ushered along compressed paths releasing into open air courtyards. Rectilinear strips of paving facilitate movement. Square paving fosters moments of pause. Stairs alter each courtyard’s relationship with the ground plane, varying the experience. Entered off the courtyards, a collection of open air rooms house the urns. Each room is assembled from a series of self-supporting, precast concrete shelves.

East Elevation

North/South Longitudinal Section


Columbarium Courtyard

Columbarium Upper Level

Former Pruitt-Igoe Footprint


Precast Components

Varying in length from two foot corner units and increasing at two foot increments up to ten feet, the shelf components are combined in an interlocking bond pattern, tied together by vertically threaded rods. Walls grow, creating rooms of varying height. Voids in both the horizontal plane of the shelf and vertical plane of the wall disrupt the uniformity. The vertical voids allow sparse light to enter the rooms, silhouetting urns. The exterior side of each shelf is clad by a series of precast elements. Fastened to channels on the shelves, the cladding is attached in a random pattern. Gaps in the cladding add depth to the façade.

Wall Axon Exterior

Cladding

2’ Corner

4’ Corner

6’ Component

Wall Axon Interior

6’ Component

8’ Component


Shelf Sketch

Shelf Sketch

Shelf Model

Bolt Steel Clip

Precast Conc. Cladding

Urn

Drip Edge Steel Rod Precast Conc Shelf

Shelf Wall Detail Section

Urn Chamber Model


North Elevation

Exterior View


Urn Chamber


Continuous:Individual

A Collection of Identities Professor Kathryn Dean


Continuous:Individual Hyderabad, India

Located on the outskirts of Hyderabad, India, this housing development is intended for India’s rising middle class. Dominated by large rock outcroppings and a hilly terrain, the site offers sweeping views of the surrounding landscape, extending to the city of Hyderabad in the distance. To preserve the natural landscape, the homes are placed next to each other, forming a ribbon which winds its way along the contours of the site. The road hugs the homes, creating a habitable transition space between the homes and the rugged terrain. The roof of each house slides out, providing shelter for pedestrians and vehicles.

Concept Sketches

Site Model

Site Plan

Concept Sketch


North/South Site Section

Exterior View


Concept Model

Process Model

Final Model

Each individual home is composed of two squares, rotated inward at 45 degrees, creating an individual space. One half of the home contains the informal living spaces, while the other half houses the sleeping quarters. A sheltered courtyard connects the two halves. Centered above the family life, the formal living room protrudes out into the landscape. This volume serves as the entrance to the home, directing visitor’s views out into the landscape. The entire house is tied together by the roof. Constructed using ruled surfaces, the roof winds its way down from the upper to lower level, mimicking both the site plan and terrain.

North/South House Section


Lower Level | Upper Level | Roof Plans

West/East House Section


Formal Living Room

Formal Living Room to Courtyard

Hallway to Master Bedroom


True Retreat

Residence for a Swimmer and Aviator

Professor Stephen Leet


True Retreat West Texas

This West Texas residence for a swimmer and aviator couple takes advantage of the expansive landscape by locating the runway, house, and 50 meter pool in a single line. The house is composed of two wings, one a private library, the other a public entertaining space. The master bedroom is suspended between the two wings of the house, providing views of the runway and pool, spanning the couple’s passions.

Model Photos


Site Plan


Upper Level Plan

Cross Section

Cross Section


Ground Level Plan

Exterior View


Bedroom View


Longitudinal Section

Exterior View


Procession and Pause Port Vell Intervention Professor Adrian Luchini


Procession and Pause Barcelona, Spain

One of Barcelona’s greatest attributes is its proximity to the sea. As it currently stands, the Moll de la Fusta consists of a series of pedestrian and vehicular levels running in a linear manner parallel to the water. To counteract the divisive linearity and create a greater visual and physical connection to the water this proposal brings the water in to the city and the city to the water. Pedestrian walkways extend over the highway leading down to newly created water plazas. These new plazas bring a typical city element down to the waterfront. Their form is created by cuts which create visual alleys from the city to the water and from the water to noteworthy locations on land. New programmatic elements allow for varying levels of interaction with the water. New restaurants allow users to observe the water and sailboats from an elevated level. Canopies provide shade from the strong Barcelona sun, allowing people to rest outside among plantings. Public pools close to water level give bathers the impression of swimming in the harbor. A boat rental facility allows people to interact with and explore the port as they please. The white, angled columns which support the canopies and the restaurant add an element of motion, mimicking the sway of the masts in the harbor.

Existing Site


Existing Plaรงas

City to water/water to city

Concept Sketch

Exposed Pedestrian Walkway

Divisive Highway

Proposed Site Plan


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North/South Section

City Level Plan

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South/North Section

After developing an overall site plan, the eastern half of the site was developed with a series of canopies, restaurants, pools, and a boat rental facility, all gently sloping to meet the water.

Garden Plaรงa

Terraced Pools


Existing Rambla del Mar - Viaplana

Boat Rental Facility


Garden Plaรงa


Adaptive Boundaries J|M|Z Train Corridor

Professor Sussanah Drake


Adaptive Boundaries

Williamsburg Bridge, Manhattan

Spanning the East River, the Williamsburg Bridge is an impressive piece of infrastructure. However, it is also incredibly divisive, cutting through two already isolated and disadvantaged communities on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. The space underneath the bridge contains scattered municipal equipment and is blocked by a chain link fence, which, combined with the irregular street, makes crossing under the bridge difficult. Additionally, the area was devastated during Super Storm Sandy due to its proximity to the East River.

Under Utilized Space

Existing Housing and Devisive Infrastructure


Current Street Side Parking

6’ Sea Level Rise


By condensing and relocating the municipal equipment to the lower portions of the bridge, space becomes available which can be utilized by residents. To define the space, a series of perforated corten panels mounted on a steel frame conceal the equipment and, through breaks in the system, allow through streets to become apparent. As the bridge increases in height, the metal panels are suspended from above. A hinge in the center of a panel and winches above allow the new fence to transform. Openings can be regulated to control entrances to newly available parking spaces under the bridge. Elevating a series of panels opens up the space under the bridge to pedestrians, and creates a new raised walkway, potentially becoming a new access point to East River Park.

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View Under Installation

Elevation

Diagramatic Section


Warped Morphology Interlocking Kite

Professor Sung Ho Kim


Warped Interlocking Morphological Kite

Precedent Studies Coverts:

Direct airflow over the wing and provide an aerodynamic shape.

Primary:

Outer flight feathers. They can be spread out to reduce resistance.

Secondary:

Inner flight feathers. They angle down to create lift while airborne.

Terial:

Inner most flight feathers. They remain fairly fixed during flight.


Informed by my studies of box kites and eagle wings, the kite is created from four interlocking rectangles constructed of piano wire. Metal crimps manipulate the wire, adding strength and complexity. The elastic skin occupies the space between the wires’ openings. The differing scales and interweaving effect relate to the feathers of an eagle’s wing. Plan: component diagrams and final product

#498 piano wire

#499 piano wire

metal crimps

elastic skin

combined plan


Final Kite Design


Detail Images


Framework

Constructing Ideas with Zachary Reichert Professor Jan Ulmer


Framework

Constructing Ideas I​n conjunction with the Pulitzer Foundation, a series of installations were conceived and realized as part of a seminar entitled “Constructing Ideas�. As with many parts of St. Louis, the site on Olive Blvd primarily stands vacant. Intrigued and informed by a 1908 Sanborn Map we developed an object, informed by the past, which causes the site to be viewed differently. Given a twenty foot square to work in, the installation consists of two parallel walls constructed on the former footprints of two buildings. Each wall, built from traditional framing elements, is L shaped. One is rotated 180 degrees to create a cantilever. In addition to recreating a forgotten alley, the walls act together, producing an occupiable frame. Viewed from a car, the walls dance together. When perpendicular to the installation, they come together to form a square frame which displays one of the few remaining buildings on the site. The space between the walls is painted white, reversing the historical interiority by generating a pristine environment in what used to be a narrow alley. The paint acts a thin datum, separating interior from exterior. Benches and studs running along the ground stabilize the walls and invite pedestrians to linger.

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Realized Installation


Work Samples


Boeing - H47 Factory

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OFFICE 361A-210

EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT ROOM ROOM 361A-215 361A-216

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STAIR UP ST-02

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CONFERENCE ROOM 361A-205

DATA CLOSET 361A-221 OFFICE 361A-202

Office Renovation

BUILDING 3-92

OFFICE 361A-227

MEN'S TOILET 361A-229

OFFICE 361A-228

WOMEN'S TOILET 361A-230

ANTE-ROOM 361A-225A

OFFICE 361A-232

OFFICE 361A-233

MEETING ROOM 361A-234

CONFERENCE ROOM 361A-236

OFFICE 361A-235

OFFIC 361A-2

OFFIC 361A-2 OPEN OFFICE 361A-225

CONFERENCE ROOM 361A-223

OFFICE 361A-204

JANITOR'S CLOSET 361A-231

VESTIBULE 361A-222

CH47/CAAS SIL 361A-219

OPEN OFFICE 361A-201

OFFICE 361A-203

ELEVATOR 361A-226

CORRIDOR 361A-268

OFFIC 361A-2

OFFIC 361A-2

CONFERENCE ROOM 361A-220

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WEST LOBBY 361A-134

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ELEVATOR MACHINE ROOM

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LAB 361A-140

PRINT/COPY 361A-146

CORRIDOR 361A-125

STORAGE 361A-148 PANTRY MOTHER'S ROOM 361A-147 361A-149

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WOMEN'S TOILET 361A-111

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CONFERENCE ROOM 361A-115

CORRIDOR 361A-109

COLLABORATION 361A-107

OPEN OFFICE 361A-101

SMALL CONFERENCE ROOM

BUILDING 3-92

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CONFERENCE ROOM 361A-116

OFFICE 361A-119

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CONFERENCE ROOM 361A-126

BREAK OUT 361A-123

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OFFICE 361A-121

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CONFERENCE ROOM 361A-127

OFFICE 361A-130

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CENTRAL MEDICAL (NIC)

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3-61A

EXISTING STEEL COLUMN BEYOND, PTD. 3"

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

3-92

3-60

3-60N 1b

GWB ON FURRING CHANNELS (CHANNELS BY EMWPS MFR.)

GALV. PTD STEEL

SEE WALL SECTION

1' - 5 1/2" SEE WALL SECTION

GALV. STEEL 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

WALL SYSTEM ANCHOR, BY EMWPS MFR.

1/2"

GALV. WALL SYSTEM ANCHOR BY EMWPS MFR.

25' - 9"

WINDOW UNIT

2' - 10 1/2" SEE WALL SECTION

THRU -TUBE ALUM WINDOW SYSTEM BY EMWPS MFR.

3-60N LEVEL M

3-61 3-60 K

6"

1' - 7"

INSULATED MTL PANEL SYSTEM BY EMWPS MFR.

10"

CONDITIONS OF USE WHEN THIS DOCUMENT IS SUPPLIED TO EITHER OWNER OR CONTRACTOR, IN EITHER PAPER OR ELECTRONIC FORM, THE SUBSEQUENT USE OF THE INFORMATION CONTAINED ON THE DOCUMENT IS SUBJECT TO THE CONDITIONS OF THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE OWNER AND BALLINGER AND TO BALLINGER'S COPYRIGHT AND OTHER SUCH RIGHTS IN THIS DOCUMENT. CONTRACTOR MAY MAKE ELECTRONIC FILES OF THIS DOCUMENT AVAILABLE TO SUBCONTRACTORS, SUBJECT TO THIS STATEMENT OF CONDITIONS OF USE, SOLELY AS A CONVENIENCE TO SUCH SUBCONTRACTORS IN THEIR PREPARATION OF SHOP DRAWINGS. THE PROVISION OF THIS DOCUMENT BY BALLINGER SHALL NOT MAKE BALLINGER RESPONSIBLE IN ANY WAY FOR ANY ASPECT OF THE SUBCONTRACTOR'S SHOP DRAWINGS, NOR RELIEVE SUBCONTRACTORS FROM 1' - 7" FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR PREPARATION OF THEIR REQUIRED SHOP DRAWINGS.

SEE WALL SECTION

3-60 E

1' - 7"

INSULATED MTL PANEL SYSTEM BY EMWPS MFR.

3-60 E

APPROVED BY

DATE

TITLE

BUILDING 3-60 NORTH OFFICE RENOVATIONS

Rev.

Date

X-14-021-A-360

Description


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