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Andrina Alicia Powell andrina_powell@yahoo.com

 


Resume     Academic  Work     Graduate-­‐   •  Urban  Cinema  

Undergraduate     •  Container  Architecture   •  Sports  and  Wellness  Center   •  Adult  Educa;on  Facility  

Professional  Experience   •  •   

Hartley  Residence,  Jamaica   Portland  Villa,  Jamaica  

Hand  Drawings     •   

Pencil,  Ink  and  Watercolor  

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______________________________________________________ URBAN   CINEMAgraduate  work   __________________________ URBAN CINEMA graduate work

In looking at film and its complexities as a composition, one can easily become entwine at attempts in trying to grasp it in its entirety, even more so, trying to use these elements as a generator for architecture. Despite this, there is a distinct similarity between film, specifically silent films and architecture, and it is the ability in which they communicate to us through our senses. No need for words but we fully understand what they imply. As such the Urban Cinema has taken on the role as a silent film, as scenes are played out daily for the citizens of Tallahassee. To achieve this concept, the building's edge is visually interactive as people moving throughout the main public spaces, such as the lobby, provides a myriad of scenes for the public through its clear facade. Through their muted gestures we are free to imagine what their body language imply as people move about and interact with each other. One can sit across the park on Monroe and "people watch" with no scene ever really being the same. In essence a film that has no end with just as many interpretations depending on the viewer. The building has the ability to conjure discourse the way in which a silent film does. As metaphorical as this concept may seem, allowing and creating the environment for direct interaction between building, people and street is ideal for the success of any piece of architecture in an urban context.

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North  Approach   Container  architecture  is  ideal  for  mul;-­‐story  structures  and  offers  a  large  usable  area  in  a  small   footprint.  the  challenge  with  designing  containers  is  achieving  beauty.  Container  architecture   affords  you  the  ability  to  play  around  with  surfaces,  to  add  interest,  and  looking  at  the  contrast   created  with  glass  and  corrugated  surfaces.     The  addi;on  of  elements  such  as  shading  devices  responds  to  clima;c   condi;ons  and  creates  depth  with  shadows  on  what  would  otherwise  be   a  bland  metal  surface.     The  pushing  and  pulling  of  the  container  eliminates  the  box  and  creates     overhangs  and  areas  for  balconies  and  circula;on.  

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1   net ball court 2   cafe 3   female bathroom 4   male bathroom 5   female changing room 6   male changing room 7   squash court 8   male bathroom 9   female bathroom 10 male changing

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11 female changing room   12 gymnastics   13 lobby   14 lecture theatre  15 lecture theatre  16 conference room  17 staff lounge   18 staff bathroom   19 therapy room 20 therapy room

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__________________________________________ADULT  EDUCATION  FACILITYundergraduate  work   Task:     To design an edicational facility for adults

The site for this project is located in the capital city of Antigua, an  island in the Eastern Caribbean. The design was greatly influenced                  by the climatic conditions, and as such features such as, screens,  courtyards, outdoor sitting spaces, louvered windows and balconies  were fully utilized in an effort to stay true to the the climatic context

Being a facility  for adults who fall out of the traditional university setting,    I wanted to created a building that was sophisticated and one that  instilled a sense of purpose to an individual .

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ADULT EDUCATION   FACILITY PLANS __________________________________________ADULT   EDUCATION   FACILITYundergraduate   work   1    auditorium 2    male bathroom 3    female  bathroom 4    courtyard   5    book shop 6    seminar  rooms 7    seminar  rooms 8    lobby 9    female  bathroom 10  male bathroom 11  cafe 12  sitting area 13  multi­purpose  space 14  lecture  theatre  1 15  lecture  theatre  2 16  break­out  space 17  parking 18  upper gallery 19  bridge 20  computer  lab 21  lab technicians 22  computer  lab 23  computer  lab 24  office 25  female  bathroom 26  male bathroom 27  seating  area 28  teacher's  lounge 29  sick bay 30  closet 31  bathroom 32  bathroom 33  children's  play area 34  class room1 35  class room 2 36  office 37  receptionist 38  director's  office 39 closet 40 closet 41 male bathroom 42 female  bathroom 43 lounge 44 admin. 45 lobby

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______________________________________________________________________________   Having been working as an Architectural Assistant between 2008 to 2011, I have worked on various projects that includes residences, civic and institutional complexes, preparing construction documents, interior design and 3-Dimensional perspectives. Designs: Vidal Dowding - JIA-Architect Model: Andrina Powell Working Drawings: Andrina Powell

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_______________________________________________________HARTLEY  VILLAprofessional  work  

Design: Vidal Dowding JIA-Architect

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Working Drawings: Andrina Powell


_______________________________________________________HARTLEY  VILLAprofessional  work   Design: Vidal Dowding JIA-Architect Model: Andrina Powell Working Drawings: Andrina Powell

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Main Columns : Steel I-Section [500 x 254mm @ 89kg/sq m] coated with galfan rustproofing, encased in Superboard

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Ground Floor FFL 150x100mm RHS aluminum frame, bolted to L-plate that is welded to U-Bracket. All steel components coated with galfan rustproof in g

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150x50mm RHS aluminum members, welded to 150x100mm aluminum frame

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steel stair detail 50mm thick Brazilian Jatoba Hardwood tread f ixed to stainless steel plate welded to 100mm diameter pipe

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Superboard cladding, f in ished with plater and paint, secured to wood members

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7mm thick, 25mm wide steel U-Bracket welded to steel I-Beam @ 600mm crs. All steel components coated with galfan rustproof in g

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Stair construction of 125 x 125mm  I­Beam stringer, with 100mm  diameter stainless steel pipes  welded to I­beam with stainless steel  flanges. 50mm thick brazilian  hardwood tread fixed to stainless  steel plate welded to 100mm  diameter pipe. See Details [A­507]

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50mm Composite stainless steel and  timber railing fixed to tempered glass @  900mm above finished floor level

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I­beam detail

stair footing detail ANDRINA POWELL­2010


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 PENCIL ON PAPER

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Water  pencil on canvas color  on  canvas   ANDRINA  POWELL­2004


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