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JODY ZIMMER Archeworks Senior Designer Michael R. McLeod Architects Intern Architect Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Master of Architecture (M.Arch.) – Architecture University of Utah, College of Architecture and Planning Bachelor of Science (B.S.) - Architecture Brigham Young University - Idaho, Rexburg, ID Associcates (A.A.S.) - Architectural Technology

SELECTED WORKS *download full resolution PDF

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ARCHEWORKS COLLATERAL BOOKS, POSTERS, HANDOUTS, ETC

FALL 2015 - SPRING 2016

PUBLIC INTEREST DESIGN 60 pages

https://issuu.com/archeworks/docs/certificate_program

CHICAGO COMPLEX 60 pages

https://issuu.com/archeworks/docs/chicago_complex J. Zimmer | January 2017


WA$TED MARKET 60 pages

https://issuu.com/archeworks/docs/chicago_complex

THE WA$TED MARKET PRIMER 80 pages

*content by PORT Urbansim

https://issuu.com/archeworks/docs/wasted_market_primer J. Zimmer | January 2017


WA$TED MARKET EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 44 pages

WA$TED MARKET EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2 32 pages

https://issuu.com/archeworks/docs/executive_summary J. Zimmer | January 2017


WA$TED MARKET VOLUME 1 130 pages

*printed and bound in house at Archeworks

https://issuu.com/archeworks/docs/wm_book_20161219-issuu

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SPRING 2106 LECTURE SERIES

VISITING + TRAVELING LECTURES

CHICAGO LAB RECRUITMENT

CERTIFICATE PROGRAM RECRUITMENT

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SPRING - SUMMER 2010

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CONNECTIONS + CORRIDORS

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LOST IN IMMERSION RESTORING THE COLLECTIVE EXPERIENCE FALL 2014 - SPRING 2015

The early theatres of the 1920s established a relationship between the audience, actor and screen. As time progressed audience members desired a more immersive and interactive experience with the actors and the screen. Methods such as 3D glasses began to pull actors from the screen and closer to the audience. Imax theatres expanded and curved their screens, and raised their seating to provide a closer and more immersive relationship with the actors on the screen. Today screens are located in every home, found in every pocket as audience members have replaced traditional theatres with personal televisions and cellphone devices. What was once considered a collective social experience of attending the theatre has eventually been replaced by the individuals desire to be entirely immersed in another dimension. Devices like the Oculus Rift create a virtual environment where audience becomes actor in an entirely individual experience void of any social interaction.

Evolution of Aspect Ratio

Evolution of Media

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Academy Ratio 1.37

Cinerama 2.77

Cinemascope 2.35

Vistavision 1.85

Super Panovision 2.20

MGM 65 2.76

The Academy ratio is an aspect ratio of a frame of 35mm film when used with 4-perf pulldown. In 1932 It was declared the standard film aspect ration was standardized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Cinerama’s aspect ratio of 2.77 was acheived by simultaneously projecting images from three scyncronized 35mm projectors onto a deeply curved 146 degree screen.

Cinemascope achieved its widescreen aspect ratio through the use of an anamorphic lense. An anamorpic lens can film a widescreen image on a standard 35mm film. When the film is projected it is stretched out resulting in a widescreen format.

Vistavison was not as wide as previous aspect ratios, however the quality did improve. Paramount decided to turn the 35mm film sideways in order to film more than four perforations high. Instead, Vistavision was filmed at eight perforations long.

The standard 35 mm film was replaced with a larger 65mm film and Super Panovion used used spherical lenses to create a final aspect ratio of 2.20.

MGM 65 cameras used anamorphic camera lenses to compress the image 1.25 times and as a result produced an extremely wide aspect ratio. This method eventually replaced the Cinerama’s method of three syncronized projectors.

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Live Theatre

Movie Theatre

Drive-In Theatre

Television

iPhone

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picture plane theatre-in-the-round

early theatre

multi-screen theatre

Collective Experience

Inclusion

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Individual Experience

3D glasses

Oculus Rift

Isolation

The collective social experience can be restored while still being immersive through relationships established by the early theatres. By recording and projecting active audience members on a delay you can establish a relationship where the roles of actor and audience become interchangeable. By extending the delay of the recording you begin to incorporate other audience members and actors that inhabit that space at different times. Audience and actors become voyeur and exhibitioner depending on whether they interact with the actors on the screen. By setting up multiple cameras set at different time delays you begin to include more actors and increase the collective experience. What was once considered a method of control, this experience of surveillance becomes an activity of active participation in which a social experience is restored.

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EVOLUTION OF THEATRE

EARLY THEATRE

intermission

Grauman’s Chinese Theatre 1920s-1940s (double feature)

DRIVE-IN THEATRE

trailers

typical 1950s

typical 1960s - present

trailers

MULTI-SCREEN THEATRE

IMAX THEATRE

typical 1970s - present

HOME THEATRE

family residence 2000s - present

POP-UP THEATRE

Centipede Cinema 2012

VIRTUAL THEATRE Oculus Rift 2012

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traditional immersion

IMMERSION

traditional theatre

actor

audience

3D immersion

3D theatre

actor

audience 3D glasses

IMAX / 3D immersion

IMAX / 3D theatre

audience

actor

picture plane

3D glasses

ISOLATION

isolation

portrait

selfie

isolation

portrait

selfie

ISOLATION + IMMERSION

group selfie

selfie stick

group selfie

selfie stick

cellular immersion

virtual immersion

cellular immersion

virtual immersion

isolation & immersion

social media

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isolation & immersion

social media

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Early Theatres Grauman’s Chinese Theatre 1920s-1940s 1920s-1940s

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feature film

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modes alert of media spoiler

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IMAX Theatre

trailers

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trailers

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Multi-Screen Theatre

trailers

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Home Theatres

HOME THEATRE

family residence 2000s - present

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Home Theatres 2000s

Pop-Up Theatre

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Centipede Cinema 2012

2012

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Virtual Theatre 2012

Collective Experience

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INDIVIDUAL EXPERIENCE

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Individual Experience

user control

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theatre control

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Multi-Screen Multi-Screen Theatres Theatres

COLLECTIVE EXPERIENCE

Virtual Theatre

Drive-In Theatres Drive-In Theatres

Oculus Rift 2012

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VIRTUAL THEATRE

YouTube

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USER CONTROLLED EXPERIENCE

User Controlled Experience:

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Drive-In Theatre

Home Theatre

Pop-Up Theatre

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projection room

Multi-Screen Theatre projection room

IMAX Theatre projection room

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definitions

time lag: seconds

lag a space of time especially between related events or phenomena

projector

delay a situation in which something happens later than it should reflection something that shows the effect, existence, or character of something else projection an estimate of what might happen in the future based on what is happening now

iPad Mini iPhone

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audience

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picture plane

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picture plane

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actor one who behaves as if acting a part audience a group of people who gather together to listen to somthing or watch something : the people who attend a performance isolation the state of being in a place or situation that is separate from others : the condition of being isolated

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individual of, relating to, or existing as just one member or part of a larger group

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INSTALLATION SETUP 1 lag projection isolation

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installation setup 2

definitions

time lag: minutes

mirror image something that looks like something else but with its left and right sides reversed someone who looks like someone else

projector

echo something that repeats or resembles something else something that is similar to something that happened or existed before

Apple TV

voyeurism one obtaining gratification from observing unsupecting individuals who are partly undressed, naked, or engaged in sexual acts

AirPlay

camera 3

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picture plane

audience

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actor

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auto-voyeurism one obtaining gratification from observing one’s self iPad Mini iPhone

exhibitionist the act or practice of behaving so as to attract attention to oneself confession the act of telling people something that makes you embarrassed, ashamed, etc.

actor

anonimity the quality or state of being unknown to most people : the quality or state of being anonymous

Camera

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INSTALLATION SETUP 2 mirror voyeurism confession

image, auto-voyeurism anonymity

echo, exhibitionist

picture plane

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picture plane

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audience

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actor

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actor

audience

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actor

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time varies iPad 3

installation setup 2

definitions

time lag: hours

surveillance the act of carefully watching someone or something especially in order to prevent or detect a crime

projector

active participation (in reference to surveilance) making a mockery of control and acting willfully in place of being watched over

Apple TV

immersion complete involvement in some activity or interest people watching the action or practice of spending time idly observing people in a public place.

AirPlay

inclusion the act of including, the state of being included

iPad Mini iPhone

collective shared or done by a group of people, involving all members of a group

camera 5

actor

picture plane

lag time: 45 minutes

audience & actor

lag time: 12.00 hours

breakfast bar: 11:00 am

west entrance: 11:00 am

west entrance: 11:00 am

kitchen: 11:00 am

parking: 11:00 am

east entrance: 11:00 am

east stairwell: 11:00 am

Kristen - meet us at skeeps 11:00

somebod Amy to y tell Che f pick captain up more crunch!

Camera

INSTALLATION SETUP 2 surveillance people watching

lag time: 24 hours

active participation inclusion

immersion collective

lag time: 20 minutes

lag time: 1.00 hour

lag time: 5.00 hours

lag time: 8.00 hours

I put more captain crunch in the pantry - Chef Amy

Lauren, who this guy?! is ?!

surveillance vs. active participation multiple time lags

SURVEILLANCE VS. ACTIVE PARTICIPATION multiple time lags

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MOTT HAVEN CONCEPT PLAN FOR MOTT HAVEN, BRONX, NEW YORK SPRING 2014

“This report is the result of the fourth in a series of design studios held at the University of Michigan’s A. Alfred Taubman Collegeof Architecture and Urban Planning (TCAUP) focused on New York City Public Housing Authority (NYCHA) projects and their neighborhoods. Prior studios looked at NYCHA properties in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, Astoria in Queens and Brooklyn’s Brownsville. The studio presented here makes proposals for Mott Haven, the Bronx, location of several NYCHA campuses. Like its predecessors it is exploratory rather than definitive, presenting ideas for discussion by NYCHA and its residents as well as the larger Mott Haven community as they plan for the future.” - Roy Strickland STUDENTS INVOLVED: Joe Cernugel Yuva Chang Matthew Joniec Mark Knutson Eldo Mathew Dustin Murphy Carmen Petersen Xutao Wang Jaclyn Zaborski Alexandra Ziemba Jody Zimmer VIEW FULL REPORT: https://issuu.com/jodyzimmer4/docs/motthaven_-_university_of_ michigan

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PROJECTS + PLANS PROXIMATE TO SITE NYCHA Proposed Developments and/ or Improvements New York City Department of City Planning Lower Grand Concourse Rezoning and Revitalization New York State Department of Environ\mental Conservation Mott Haven-Port Morris Waterfront Plan New York City Department of City Planning Cromwell-Jerome Neighborhood Planning between East New York City Economic Development Corporation Randall’s Island Connector and Greenways Site Boundary

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Medical Care

Physical Therapy GREENSPACE

Green Space Throughout the site, especially in the NYCHA Campuses, there

is an abundant amount of green space. While typically a positive for an urban condition, the vastness of green space has created ambiguous spaces that become areas of crime instead of areas of community.

VACANT LOTS

Vacant Many buildingsLots have been demolished within the pre- NYCHA

urban fabric, resulting in a field of vacant lots that become “missing teeth” in the community. In most cases, these sites become surface parking lots instead of being developed to their true potential.

EDUCATION BUILDINGS

Education Mott Haven is home toBuildings a number of educational facilities; Pharmacy

including elementary, middle and high schools, pre-schools, charter and academy schools, head start programs, and community colleges. These institutions fill the community and provide opportunities for advancement.

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Community Buildings Community building programs and sites are scattered in and

around the site. A police station and library are also located at the heart of the site. While some of these programs are utilized more than others, there appears to be room to work within what exists while also having the ability to expand for greater success.

SURFACE PARKING

Surface Parking A large number of housing units occupy a small percentage of

ground coverage, resulting in large areas of land being allocated for surface parking lots. While serving the vehicular needs of the NYCHA residents, there is no way of knowing if they are being utilized by those that reside outside of the NYCHA campuses.

HEALTHCARE

Healthcare Facilities With a major medical resource just outside the site at Lincoln

Hospital, and many other medical facilities populating the surrounding area, there are opportunities for residents and healthcare professionals alike. Areas of concentration include physical therapy, private practice, dentistry, substance abuse, and percentage pharmacies With a major medical resource just outside the site

Community building programs and sites are scattered A large number of housing units occupy a small in and around the site. A police station and library are of ground coverage, resulting in large areas of land beingat Lincoln Hospital, and many other medical facilities also located at the heart of the site. While some of theseallocated for surface parking lots. While serving the populating the surrounding area, there are opportunities programs are utilized more than others, there appears tovehicular needs of the NYCHA residents, there is no way for residents and healthcare professionals alike. Different be room to work within what exists while also having theof knowing if they are truly meeting the residents needs, or complimentary areas of concentration include physical if they are being utilized by those that reside outside of thetherapy, private practice, dentistry, substance abuse, and ability to expand for greater success. NYCHA campuses. pharmacies. J. Zimmer | January 2017


VERTICAL UNIVERSITY

Lincoln Hospital is a tremendous asset to the Mott Haven area. Not only does it provide health services and awareness for local residents, but it also provides employment for hundreds of people. The health services provided to the community continue along 148th street towards the Hub. Mott Haven has also become a popular location for satellite campuses like The New College of Rochelle, and the Metropolitan College of New York. Both colleges offer programs in nursing with opportunities to work at the local hospital. Phase one of this project begins with removing a row of parking to allow for a wider boulevard that would connect Lincoln Hospital to St. Mary’s park. A defined bike lane will allow commuters to travel back and forth from home to school, as well as easy access to public transportation. The site adjacent to John Peter Zenger High School provides a great location to inject a vertical university. The building would allow for student services at the ground floors, classrooms and labs above, faculty offices and administration space higher up, and student housing at the top. A plaza located both north and south of the building provides space to gather and allow for a multitude of activities. The space also helps define the notion of a campus environment. Phase two introduces mixed-use housing north of the vertical university. Retail and restaurants located at the base of the building create a safe environment for anyone leaving the hospital at late hours.

HEALTH SERVICES

Lincoln Hospital Dona Rosita Housing Narco Freedom University Behavioral Associates Planned Parenthood Childrens Aid Society Hope Case Management

Market rate housing above the ground floor retail provides a place for doctors, residents, nurses, and faculty to live near work. Phase three places affordable housing in the surrounding neighborhood for any employees working at the nearby facilities.

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

John Peter Zenger High School Headstart College of New Rochelle Metropolitan College of New York

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300’ student housing

164’ administration 140’ faculty offices

90’

classrooms/labs

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student services

PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION 26 levels - 300’

program distribution no scaleSTUDENT HOUSING levels 13 - 26

ADMINISTRATION/FACULTY OFFICES levels 7 - 12

CLASSROOMS/LABS levels 2 - 6

STUDENT SERVICES

basement - level 1

PUBLIC PLAZA ground level

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MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN Fall 2012

STUDENTS INVOLVED:

Kevin Gurtowsky Grant Herron Jody Zimmer VIEW FULL REPORT: https://issuu.com/jodyzimmer4/docs/zgf_tower

PERSPECTIVE TAKEN FROM NORTHEAST CORNER SITE

SECTION THROUGH EAST ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION

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STUDIO

levels 13 - 26

ONE BEDROOM levels 7 - 12

TWO BEDROOM levels 2 - 6

THREE BEDROOM levels 2 - 6

CIRCULATION LEVELS 4 - 6

LEVEL 1

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LEVELS 2 - 3

residential units

parking, commercial space

residential units, terrace 1

commercial space

LEVELS 8 - 10

residential units

ONE BEDROOM 20 units

TWO BEDROOM 30 units

THREE BEDROOM 21 units

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11. reinforced concrete slab 12. fresh air diffuser

rigid insulation (facade) brick support tie vapor barrier (facade) window casing insulated glazing schock isokorb insulated reinforcement steel handrail assembly sealed concrete decking water drain water-proof membrane (balcony) rigid insulation (balcony)

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exterior bi-fold partially open

exterior bi-fold closed

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THREE CORRIDORS A VISION FOR CHINATOWNS FUTURE SUMMER 2013

Three Corridors: A Vision for Chinatown’s Future was a collaboration between University of Utah’s summer ChicagoLAB program, lead by Andrew Balster and in collaboration with Skidmore, Owings and Merrill. The group worked with lead architects, planners, community members and local organizations to research and develop a masterplan for Chicago’s Chinatown.

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REGION 4 - common landscape - paving patterns - lighting wood/earth/water

water/earth/metal

REGION 2 - wider pedestrian - common landscape - signage - paving patterns - lighting - branded crosswalks

REGION 5 - signage - paving patterns - lighting

illuminated Paifangs (gateways)

earth/fire/metal

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WILDWOOD HOMES NAHB RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT COMPETITION

WINTER 2009 - SPRING 2010

Lead a team of four construction management students to take third place in the two year program category against 14 other teams from around the country. STUDENTS INVOLVED: Kylie Christensen Ashlee Howard Darin Naylor Jody Zimmer VIEW FULL SET OF PLANS https://issuu.com/jodyzimmer4/docs/entire_set

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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY - IDAHO 525 S CENTER ST. REXBURG, ID 83460 (208) 496-2411 PROJECT DESIGNERS JEFF MACCABE JODY ZIMMER ASHLEY HOWARD KYLIE CHRISTENSEN DARIN NAYLOR NAHB RESIDENTIAL 2 - YEAR COMPATITION 2009 - 2010

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6 MIL VAPOR BARRIER TO BE PLACE ON TO TOP BASE COURSE UNDER ALL HEATED AREAS

PROJECT DESIGNERS JEFF MACCABE JODY ZIMMER ASHLEY HOWARD KYLIE CHRISTENSEN DARIN NAYLOR

PROJECT DESIGNERS JEFF MACCABE JODY ZIMMER ASHLEY HOWARD KYLIE CHRISTENSEN DARIN NAYLOR

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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY - IDAHO 525 S CENTER ST. REXBURG, ID 83460 (208) 496-2411

2009 - 2010

8. 9.

SITE PLAN

SHEET TITLE:

PROJECT #:

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SEE SPECIFICATIONS FOR DETAILS.

DATE CHECKED: 12/16/09

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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY - IDAHO 525 S CENTER ST. REXBURG, ID 83460 (208) 496-2411

NA NA NA NA NA

REINFORCING SHALL MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF ASTM, A-1 85 WELD WIRE MESH.

PREFABRICATED TRUSS MEMBERS SHALL NOT BE CUT OR MODIFIED IN ANY WAY WITHOUT APPROVAL AND REPAIR DESIGN FROM LICENSED ENGINEER

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CONCRETE USED SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 3,000 PSI @ 28 DAYS.

GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND SUB CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS ON SITE AND REPORT ANY DISCREPANCIES TO THE DESIGNER PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION.

11/12/09

3.

1.

DRAWN BY:

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY ALL PLUMBING LOCATIONS.

DATE DRAWN:

PLUMBING CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY ALL PLUMBING LOCATIONS .

2.

CHECKED BY:

2009 - 2010

TO REALITY

TO REALITY

1.

NAHB RESIDENTIAL 2 - YEAR COMPETITION

208123 WILDWOOD, MISSOURI DESIGN CODE:

FROM VISION

FROM VISION

TO REALITY

PROJECT DESIGNERS JEFF MACCABE JODY ZIMMER ASHLEY HOWARD KYLIE CHRISTENSEN DARIN NAYLOR

DESIGN

DESIGN

FROM VISION

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY - IDAHO 525 S CENTER ST. REXBURG, ID 83460 (208) 496-2411

20/20

20/20

20/20

DESIGN

DATE CHECKED: 12/16/09

1,079 S.F. 2,251 S.F. 3,330 S.F. 280 S.F. 315 S.F. 3,925 S.F. 365 S.F. 55' - 4" 54' - 6"

NA NA NA NA NA

REVISIONS

SQUARE FOOTAGE SUMMARY LOWER FLOOR AREA MAIN FLOOR AREA -TOTAL FINISHED AREA LOWER FLOOR GARAGE COVERED PORCH/DECK -TOTAL AREA UNDER ROOF UNCOVERED REAR DECK OVERALL WIDTH OVERALL DEPTH

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RON KINVILLE

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SPECIFICATION SOUTHERN PINE FIR SQUARE STORAGE STANDARD TOWEL BAR TOILET PAPER TEMPERED TEMPORARY TYPICAL WITH WATER HEATER WASHER AND DRYER WIDE WALK IN CLOSET

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SPEC SPF SQ STO STD T.B. T.P. TEMP TMP TMP W/ W/H W/D WD WID

COVER.DWG

MINIMUM MOLDING ON CENTER OBSCURE OPTIONAL POWDER ROOM PANTRY PAVEMENT RADIUS CLOSET ROD REFRIGERATOR ROUGH OPENING SHELF SINGLE SINGLE HUNG

DATE DRAWN:

MIN MLDG O.C. OBS. OPT PDR PNTY PVMT R RD REF R.0. S SGL SH

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EQUAL EXTERIOR FINISH FLOOR FOUNDATION FOOT GYPSUM BOARD HEADER HORIZONTAL SLIDE HEIGHT HEATING/VENTILATION INSULATION INTERIOR MAXIMUM MEDICINE CABINET

DRAWN BY:

EQ EXT FIN FLR FND FT GYP. BD. HDR HS HT HVAC INSUL INT MAX MC

PROJECT #:

AIR CONDITIONING COVER SHEET, NOTES CABINET CEILING COLUMN CONCRETE CARPET DIAMETER DIMENSION DIVIDED LIGHT DOOR DETAIL DRAWING EACH ELECTRICAL

CIVIL ENGINEER LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT INTERIOR DESIGNER POST-TENSION CONCRETE

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GOVERNING BUILDING CODES

ABBREVIATIONS

Cover Sheet And Notes

ST.LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI

GOVERNING BUILDING CODES INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL BUILDING CODE 2009 NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE UNIFORM PLUMBING CODE CITY OF ST. LOUIS MISSOURI

SHEET TITLE:

WILDWOOD HOMES

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI

208123 WILDWOOD, MISSOURI DESIGN CODE:

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20/20

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DESIGN

DESIGN

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FROM VISION

TO REALITY

TO REALITY

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY - IDAHO 525 S CENTER ST. REXBURG, ID 83460 (208) 496-2411

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY - IDAHO 525 S CENTER ST. REXBURG, ID 83460 (208) 496-2411

PROJECT DESIGNERS JEFF MACCABE JODY ZIMMER ASHLEY HOWARD KYLIE CHRISTENSEN DARIN NAYLOR

PROJECT DESIGNERS JEFF MACCABE JODY ZIMMER ASHLEY HOWARD KYLIE CHRISTENSEN DARIN NAYLOR

BUILDERS NOTE

NAHB RESIDENTIAL 2 - YEAR COMPATITION

NAHB RESIDENTIAL 2 - YEAR COMPATITION

2009 - 2010

2009 - 2010

208123 WILDWOOD, MISSOURI DESIGN CODE:

208123 WILDWOOD, MISSOURI DESIGN CODE:

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ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI

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DATE DRAWN:

CHECKED BY:

DATE DRAWN:

NAHB RESIDENTIAL 2 - YEAR COMPATITION

NA NA NA NA NA JZ

EAST & NORTH ELEVATION

DRAWN BY:

NA NA NA NA NA

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY - IDAHO 525 S CENTER ST. REXBURG, ID 83460 (208) 496-2411 PROJECT DESIGNERS JEFF MACCABE JODY ZIMMER ASHLEY HOWARD KYLIE CHRISTENSEN DARIN NAYLOR

DATE DRAWN:

SDDB DDB SDDB DODDB DDDB SDB SDDB HCDDB SDW DDW DDW V1D4D V2D8D V2D4D

# OF UNITS 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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LABEL 4DB 4DB

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ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI

WILDWOOD HOMES

DEPTH 24" 24" 24 24" 24" 24" 24" 24" 24" 24 24 12 24" 12" 21" 21" 21

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24" 30" 33" 27" 30" 6" 1'-6" 3'-3" 1'-6" 36" 30" 54" 78"

HEIGHT 34-1/2" 34-1/2" 34-1/2" 34-1/2" 34-1/2" 34-1/2" 34-1/2" 34-1/2" 34-1/2" 34-1/2" 34-1/2" 2'-6" 18" 30" 34-12 34-13

NA NA NA NA NA

2009 - 2010

208123 WILDWOOD, MISSOURI DESIGN CODE:

24"

DN

NAHB RESIDENTIAL 2 - YEAR COMPATITION

WIDTH

DRAWN BY:

DESCRIPTION 4 DRAWER BASE 4 DRAWER BASE 4 DRAWER BASE SINK DOUBLE DOOR BASE DOUBLE DOOR BASE SINK DOUBLE DOOR BASE DOUBLE OVEN DOUBLE DOOR BASE DOUBLE DOOR W/DRAWER BASE SINGLE DOOR BASE SINGLE DOOR W/DRAWER BASE HIDDEN CORNER DOUBLE DOOR SINGLE DOOR BASE DOUBLE DOOR WALL DOUBLE DOOR WALL VANITY 1 DOOR 4 DRAWER VANITY 2 DOOR 8 DRAWER VANITY 2 DOOR 4 DRAWER

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY - IDAHO 525 S CENTER ST. REXBURG, ID 83460 (208) 496-2411

REVISIONS

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CABINET SCHEDULE

PROJECT DESIGNERS JEFF MACCABE JODY ZIMMER ASHLEY HOWARD KYLIE CHRISTENSEN DARIN NAYLOR

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S&W.DWG

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CAD FILE:

DESIGN

FROM VISION

PROJECT #:

SOUTH & WEST ELEVATION

20/20

20/20

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DRAWN BY:

208123

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DESIGN

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LF

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REVISIONS

NA NA NA NA NA

LOWER FLOOR PLAN

DRAWN BY:

JM

NA NA NA NA NA

REVISIONS 208123

LOWER.DWG

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WILDWOOD HOMES

WILDWOOD HOMES

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI

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IZ

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REVISIONS

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY - IDAHO 525 S CENTER ST. REXBURG, ID 83460 (208) 496-2411 PROJECT DESIGNERS JEFF MACCABE JODY ZIMMER ASHLEY HOWARD KYLIE CHRISTENSEN DARIN NAYLOR

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LF

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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY - IDAHO 525 S CENTER ST. REXBURG, ID 83460 (208) 496-2411 PROJECT DESIGNERS JEFF MACCABE JODY ZIMMER ASHLEY HOWARD KYLIE CHRISTENSEN DARIN NAYLOR

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MAIN.DWG

DESIGN FROM VISION

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LF

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A-202

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LF

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20/20

20/20

H A

DATE DRAWN:

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MAIN FLOOR PLAN

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REVISIONS

NA NA NA NA NA JZ

DB

208123

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ROOF.FR.DWG

DATE CHECKED: 12/16/09

DATE DRAWN:

CHECKED BY:

DRAWN BY:

CAD FILE:

PROJECT #:

E

ROOF FRAMING PLAN

SHEET TITLE:

IZ S LF

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S-202

DRAWN BY:

WILDWOOD HOMES

WILDWOOD HOMES

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI

SIZE 2-2X8 2-2X8 2-2X8

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI

HEADER SCHEDULE

20/20

20/20

DESIGN

DESIGN

FROM VISION

FROM VISION

TO REALITY

TO REALITY

DOOR AND FRAME SCHEDULE

6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8"

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI

WILDWOOD HOMES

NOTES SPECS SPECS SPECS SPECS SPECS SPECS SPECS SPECS SPECS SPECS SPECS SPECS

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SCHED.DWG CAD FILE:

Cover Sheet And Notes

SEE SEE SEE SEE SEE SEE SEE SEE SEE SEE SEE SEE

REVISIONS

ANDERSEN ANDERSEN ANDERSEN ANDERSEN ANDERSEN ANDERSEN ANDERSEN ANDERSEN ANDERSEN ANDERSEN ANDERSEN ANDERSEN

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MANUFACTURER

PROJECT #:

11/12/09

DATE CHECKED: 12/16/09

DATE DRAWN:

CHECKED BY:

A B C D E F G H I J K L

WINDOW DIMENSIONS WINDOW SIZE FRAMING ROUGH OPENING HEIGHT RO WIDTH RO HEIGHT 5'-0" 4"-0" 5'-0" 4'-0" 4'-0" 4'-0" 4'-0" 4'-0" 4'-0" 10'-0" 7'-0" 10'-0" 12'-0" 2'-6" 12'-0" 15'-0" 6'-0" 15'-0" 15'-0" 8'-0" 15'-0" 5'-0" 8'-0" 5'-0" 6'-6" 2'-0" 6'-6" 2'-0" 2'-0" 2'-0" 5'-0" 4'-0" 5'-0" 3'-0" 6'-0" 3'-0"

WIDTH 4"-0" 4'-0" 4'-0" 7'-0" 2'-6" 6'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 2'-0" 2'-0" 4'-0" 6'-0"

SHEET TITLE:

NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA JZ

2 2 3 1 2 2 1 1 2 10 2 1

MARK

BUILDING SECTION

DRAWN BY:

REVISIONS 208123

SECTION.DWG CAD FILE:

PROJECT #: SHEET TITLE:

E IZ S LF A

2009 - 2010

208123 WILDWOOD, MISSOURI DESIGN CODE:

WINDOW SCHEDULE QUANTITY

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NAHB RESIDENTIAL 2 - YEAR COMPATITION

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI

2'-6" 2'-4" 2'-8" 5'-0" 4'-0" 2'-6" 2'-6"

DB

02 03 04 05 06 07 10

PROJECT DESIGNERS JEFF MACCABE JODY ZIMMER ASHLEY HOWARD KYLIE CHRISTENSEN DARIN NAYLOR

11/12/09

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

2009 - 2010

208123 WILDWOOD, MISSOURI DESIGN CODE:

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY - IDAHO 525 S CENTER ST. REXBURG, ID 83460 (208) 496-2411

LEFT SOLID CORE WOOD PANEL ENTRY W/ SIDELIGHTS LEFT DOUBLE DOOR W/ GLASS PANELS RIGHT GLASS PANEL DOOR LEFT SOLID CORE WOOD PANEL ENTRY RIGHT SOLID CORE WOOD PANEL ENTRY LEFT SOLID CORE WOOD PANEL ENTRY NA GARAGE DOOR W/ 2 TOP WINDOWS INTERIOR RIGHT HOLLOW CORE DOOR RIGHT HOLLOW CORE DOOR NA HOLLOW CORE DOOR RIGHT DOUBLE BIFOLD RIGHT HOLLOW CORE DOOR NA POCKET DOOR RIGHT HOLLOW CORE DORE

DATE CHECKED: 12/16/09

6"-8" 6'-8" 6"-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 6'-8" 8'-7"

DATE DRAWN:

3'-0" 6'-0" 3'-6" 2'-7" 3'-0" 3'-0" 6'-0"

CHECKED BY:

01 08 09 11 12 13 14

WILDWOOD HOMES

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

DESCRIPTION

SWING

NA NA NA NA NA

MARK

NA NA NA NA NA

QUANTITY

JZ

NAHB RESIDENTIAL 2 - YEAR COMPATITION

DOOR WIDTH HEIGHT

DRAWN BY:

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY - IDAHO 525 S CENTER ST. REXBURG, ID 83460 (208) 496-2411 PROJECT DESIGNERS JEFF MACCABE JODY ZIMMER ASHLEY HOWARD KYLIE CHRISTENSEN DARIN NAYLOR

H

OPENING 0'-0'-2'-11' 3'-0' - 5'-11" 6'-0" - 10'-0"

CHECKED BY:

THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER MUST BE NOTIFIED IMMEDIATELY IF THE TRUSS ENGINEERING VARIES FROM THE SEALED ENGINEERINGDRAWINGS

DATE CHECKED: 12/16/09

SEE SPECIFICATIONS FOR DETAILS.

CHECKED BY:

PREFABRICATED TRUSS MEMBERS SHALL NOT BE CUT OR MODIFIED IN ANY WAY WITHOUT APPROVAL AND REPAIR DESIGN FROM LICENSED ENGINEER

3.

DB

2.

DATE CHECKED: 12/16/09

GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND SUB CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS ON SITE AND REPORT ANY DISCREPANCIES TO THE DESIGNER PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION.

CHECKED BY:

1.

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A-401

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JODY ZIMMER /

Multi-faceted designer specializing in social impact urban design initiatives with extensive experience collaborating with industry experts.

jodykzimmer@gmail.com t: 541-292-3873

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Archeworks, Chicago, IL August 2015 - Present Senior Designer • Lead Designer of experiential programs and social impact projects • Designed and developed Archeworks branding and external image • Project Manager working with university faculty to develop academic programs for international students • Conceptualized and led public interest design, design thinking, and participatory workshops • Created and taught university visualization curriculum • Recruited a diverse team of Chicago-based designers for mentoring program Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM) + University of Utah, Chicago, IL Research Analyst and Designer • Collaborated with lead architects, planners, community members and local organizations • Researched and developed Chinatown master plan

May 2012 - August 2012

Michael R. McLeod Architects, Hampstead, NC Intern Architect • Drafted, modeled, and rendered architects designs • Created and implemented online marketing strategy for webpage • Filmed and edited videos to increase online presence

January 2010 - July 2010

OTHER EXPERIENCE Moxie Pest Control, Raleigh, NC

May 2011 - August 2011

Sales Representative • Responsible for meeting sales targets, service and scheduling of pest control service G.H. Bass, Phillips Van Heusen, Gap, Medford, OR Sales Associate • Redesigned store layout and product displays • Responsible for meeting sales goals and providing customer service

June 2003 - July 2005

EDUCATION PROFILE University of Michigan, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Ann Arbor, MI Master of Architecture (M.Arch.) – Architecture University of Utah, College of Architecture and Planning, Salt Lake City, UT Bachelor of Science (B.S.) - Architecture Brigham Young University - Idaho, Rexburg, ID Associcates (A.A.S.) - Architectural Technology

LEADERSHIP + TEACHING Asst. to Professor Facilitator Mentor Volunteer Leader Member Member Social Officer Judge

Complex Projects - TU Delft Chicago Ideas Week Program Coordinator at the University of Utah Educating Elementary Children Through Architecture Program (EECTA) NAHB Student Competition Team Architecture and Construction Management Society (ACMS) International Code Council (ICC) Phi Rho Sigma Fraternity, Zeta Chapter 2016 Miss Oregon Pageant

SKILLS Revit, AutoCAD, Rhino, SketchUp, Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Microsoft Office

INTERESTS + HOBBIES Everything outdoors, from backpacking the Lower Rogue to rafting the Klamath River in Oregon. Relaxing at the beach, playing sand volleyball, and hanging out with my french bulldog Hank.

REFERENCES Andrew Balster Executive Director - Archeworks abalster@archeworks.org t: 312-316-0523

Erin Carraher Assistant Professor - University of Utah carraher@arch.utah.edu t: 410-562-5311

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