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Net-Zero Energy Austrian Alpine Hut Fall 2013 UTSOA Studio: Petra Liedl

Hornsby Bend Bird Blind

Spring 2010 UTSOA Studio: Smilja Milovanovic

Lady Bird Lake Rowing Center Spring 2012 UTSOA Studio: Uli Dangel

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Betty + Clint Josey Pavilion: Living Building Challenge 2013 Lake|Flato Architects

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El Canton Community Health Care Clinic

2013 Woodworking Studio

2012 Competition Global Architecture Brigades


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Net-Zero Austrian Alpine Hut The design challenges included designing for an extreme climate in an extreme location within a short window of time for construction (3 months). The solution included finding a balance between the technological systems that define energy self-sufficiency with design strategies that create an efficient and comfortable design with considerations of materials' life cycles and construction and prefabrication elements.

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The Alpine Hut design project is a self-sufficient and energy independent boarding house located in Oetz Valley at the Gurgler Ferner at 2,883m altitude above sea level. The new hut will replace the existing and damaged 'Hochwildehaus' hut- built between 1937 and 1939. The hut is open during the summer and is to provide food and about 25 sleeping places. On the site are the Customs house (in possession of the Austrian Federal Forestry Office) and the Fidelitashut (self supply, about 10 sleeping places), used during the winter period. Both huts are supplied via a goods cable lift as there is no way to reach the site apart from on foot or with helicopter.

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Site Plan// sited slightly north of the original hut and placed in close relation to the Fidelitas Hut which is also to be used. Water tanks protect the north of the Hut while the south opens glacier views. The hut is turned as to maximize the times when the sun crosses the mountain peak to the site.

Region Plan// sited on the Tyrol region of the Austrian Alps 2,883 meters above sea level on a network of huts accessible only by hiking or helicopter

View of Hut from Northwest // model scale 1:200

Site Energy Strategy Diagram // water is pumped up to the top of the hill then released to turn a turbine on the way down to generate electricity. Solar power is also used, but the water tanks allow for a much more efficient means of energy storage

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1// Double Roof System- outer roof has solar panels and is tilted to maximize snow shed and allow consistent solar collection during occupancy season 2// Zones of Hut: entry, service, living + sleeping 3// radiant floor + occupancy balance 4// water storage tanks = energy battery 5// stone walls from demolition used in combination with solid timber construction 6// windows and openings are equipped with sliding shutters that protect building during nonoccupancy seasons and days with bad weather

Floor Plan// entrance sequence leads

from the Fidelitas Hut through the water tanks and hut entry on the east side. Once in the hut, a stone holding room leads to dining and living areas or sleeping areas on the upper floor

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Electricity Demand and Generation Diagram// demand and generation are

balanced by occupancy. 2 days of good weather charge water battery for up to 5 days of bad weather

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Heating System// hut uses radiant floor system in combination with natural ventilation, a heat recovery ventilator, and heat balance by occupancy. Insulation was determined to be best on the inner roof which has no contact with snow; walls use solid timber construction which provides adequate insulation for our set demands

Structural + Construction Strategy Diagram// solid timber construction

is used in combination with stone from demolition of original hut. The wood walls and water tanks are prefabricated and delivered by helicopter

Domestic Water Use// water is

collected in the Spring- filtered and stored for use. 12 gal of water are budgeted per person per day and 25 gal for the hut. Grey water is used and black water is filtered before it is released

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Interior Views// (top left) Entry hall Dining + Living Area Innkeeper's Apartment

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Interior View// sleeping hall: system of beds allows for individual privacy as well as communal gathering

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Year-Round// East and West are protected by deep porches that minimize elevation contact with brutal weather

Summer Months// when hut is occupied shutters are open and windows are operable

Winter Months// when hut is closed, openings and glazing are protected by shutters from brutal winter conditions

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Hornsby Bend Bird Watching Blind The Hornsby Bend Bird Observatory is a major junction where many species of migrating birds stop to feed throughout the year. It is thus a premier spot for bird lovers and bird watchers which currently lacks a bird-watching blind. The proposed bird blind is a result of an in depth investigation and analysis of the Eastern Bluebird (Sialia sialis), a species spotted at Hornsby Bend. The pattern, structure, and functionality of the blind are all influenced by anatomical aspects of the species. This blind creates an ideal screen and space where humans can observe birds with-

out interfering with the birds' habitats and daily patterns. The blind horizontally breaks apart the human image, making it difficult for birds to discern the scale of movement occurring behind the screen. In addition to mimicking the Bluebird's wings and feathers, the layering and triangulation of the screen mimics the density of vegetation in the area while providing a structurally stable form. Programs: Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign Tools: Hand Modeling, Pencil Drawing, Ink, Watercolor

Bluebird Feathers// watercolor painting of male Bluebird feathers investigating the intricate coloring, layering and function; this abstraction became the pattern for the birdwatcher's blind

Eastern Bluebird Studies// on-site drawing and painting investigations of sighted bluebirds at Hornsby Bend

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Bird Blind Light Studies//

Bird Blind Sections// the Blind is located at the edge of a stream to allow a clear view of birds approaching the forest and feeding on the water

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Bird Blind Rendered Perspective// approaching the bird blind

Bird Blind Rendered Perspective// at bird blind

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Lady Bird Lake Rowing Center The proposed Rowing Center located along the banks of Austin's Lady Bird Lake engages both an active waterway and a well-used hike and bike trail. My design proposal consists of a main conditioned space and three unconditioned boat storage bays that define an apron area for interaction within the rowing center grounds for recreational and professional rowers as well as spectators. There is a major axis that penetrates that defined space leading from proposed parking grounds, intersecting the hike

and bike trail, and creating a viewing dock above the lake. The outer datum of hard materials suggests a boundary while the entry axis and inner courtyard of wooden screens, walls and shading suggest porosity and lightness, tackling the issues of public and private space. Programs: AutoCad, Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, EQuest Energy Simulation + Modeling Tools: Hand Modeling, Laser Cutter Site Plan

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Site Plan // sited at the shores of Lady Bird Lake in Austin

Southwest Bird's-eye View // model scale 1"=16'

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Floor Plan// entry on the north-south axis between the gymnasium and boat storage bays; gymnasium includes workout area, locker rooms, staff offices, and club room on 2nd floor

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Boat Bay Storage Model // 1/2"=1' size 24"x 60"

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1: 1" Standing Seam Metal Roof: 0.020" thickness; 1" standing seam; 18" OC 2: Waterproofing Membrane: 6lb Red Rosin Paper fastened with copper Roofing nails 3: Air Barrier 4: Vapor Barrier 5: 3/4" Plywood type CDX; Fire retardant treated 6: 4" Closed-cell Polyurethane spray foam Insulation 7: 4"x6" Western Red Cedar Laminated Tongue and Groove 8: Roof Decking

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6"x12" Curved Glulam Beams 10"x18" Glulam Girder 10"x10" Glulam Column 4"x10" Concealed Joist Tie 4" Bluestone Sawed Veneer Drainage Plane 6" Reinforced Concrete Wall #4 Steel Rebar 2"x2"Wood Slats 8" Wide Roof Gutter 3gax3 Column Base 2" Deep Concrete Footings

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R 22 2535.34 CFM

R 20 2253.62 CFM

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Zone 3 13 Registers; 247.56 CFM each; Duct Sizes S10”x7”- S2.5”X2.2”; Air is being thrown upward since sytem runs through floor

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Interior Perspective Collage //of workout room overlooking Lady Bird Lake

13 Registers; 281.72 CFM each; Duct Sizes S9.5”x9.5”- S2.5”X2.75”; Air is being thrown upward since sytem runs through floor

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Mechanical Room Supply Air intake is on designated area outside of mechanical room on second floor outdoor area Return Air Duct

Building Zoning Diagram //

North-South Elevation // of site

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East-West section // through site

East-West Elevation // looking from Lady Bird Lake

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02 professional:


Betty + Clint Josey Pavilion: Living Building The Betty and Clint Josey Pavilion is a project just outside Decatur, Texas. It is a 5,400 square foot building with aspirations to be the first Living Building project in Texas. The open air pavilion is a meeting and education center to host a demonstration site for the Dixon Water Foundation, whose mission is to promote healthy watersheds through sustainable land management ensuring the preservation of water resources. The pavilion is comprised of two identical structures, one housing a large, open gathering space for 150 occupants and the other housing a catering kitchen, storage area, public restrooms, and herbarium. The two buildings are pulled apart to allow for large open porches connecting to the landscape, as

well as a protected courtyard anchored on a heritage oak tree. The building features operable wood slats doors to allow for natural breezes to cool the building during the summer. The beauty in the design for the Josey Pavilion lies in how the simple, low lying forms speak to the surrounding native prairie land. This simple building is dedicated to the challenge of being a fully restorative Living Building: a mission that ties directly to the Dixon Foundation's message. Phases of Involvement: Design Development, Construction Documents, Construction Administration Programs: Revit, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, LEED Online.

East Approach// pathway defined by

information on foundation's work and by features highlighting site's water collection strategy: rain chains, water trough and conservation tank

All images property of Lake|Flato Architects

Lake|Flato Project Team: Bob Harris (Partner in Charge, Tenna Florian (Project Manager), Heather Holdridge (Sustainability Manager), Jacqueline Fisher (Design Intern), Hellen Awino (Design Intern), Joseph Dugan (Design Intern) 2013 Lake|Flato Architects

Site Plan// sited at a prairie field

with a heritage oak tree anchoring the design; parking located adjacent to a grove of live oaks and lined with planted

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03 design-build:


COFFEE // WORK TABLE The design of this coffee table arose from a small scale study of integrating programs in order to introduce a high degree of flexibility and functionality into an ordinary, everyday piece of furniture. I designed the table to accommodate the ways in which I use space and surfaces. My primary goal was to create a coffee table that I could also comfortably use as a work desk. There was an in depth analysis of the proportions of the table and a study of how the table would fit

Front//

Top//

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the spaces it was intended for. I constructed two planes to house storage: one closed (drawers), one semi-open (cubby), and one completely open. The compartments are used to store the different objects of my daily work within reach, but neatly organized and stored in order to have a coffee table accessible immediately. Phases of Involvement: Complete Design- from selection of rough lumber to finishing.

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El Canton Community Health Care Clinic In February 2012, the University of Texas Global Architecture Brigades chapter participated in a month long design competition for a health care clinic in El Canton, Honduras. The design proposal was selected as the sole winner among 16 other entries by chapters nationwide. The strategy taken by the design team allowed for future development of the site for a community center. The key to the success of the design was an understanding of the construction techniques for that region in order to design a feasible structure in terms of cost, material resources and

construction ability. In addition to participating in the UT chapter idea proposals competition, I was involved in document production for the final competition submission. Programs: Revit, AutoCad, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, EQuest Energy Simulation + Modeling Team Members: Caitlin McCunney, Francisca Pineda, Hellen Awino, Jorge Martinez, Maite Bermudez, Matthew Dubin, Megan Matthews, Melissa Jones, Michaela Wright, Nan Jiang, Parker Thompson, Ryan McCulloch, Tyler Stowell, Yanjing Chen

Rendered Perspective// looking north-west of site

Construction Process Strategy//

Site Plan // Sited on a steep slope south of agricultural farm

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Floor Plan// entry on south-west of building

Rendered Perspective// looking at site from east

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North-South Section//

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Detailed Section// of retaining wall and water collection process

Passive Strategies and Rainwater Collection//

Detailed Section// of porch and water collection process

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Rendered Perspective// (left) Porch and (right) circulation hall

Photos of Construction process//

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SKILLS Digital 3D Studio Max, Adobe Creative Suite, Arc GIS, AutoCAD, Ecotect, EQuest Energy Modeling + Simulation, Lasercutting, Microsoft Office, Revit, Rhinoceros, SketchUp, VRay Rendering + Animation

hellenrose awino

Analog Construction experience, Freehand + Constructed Drawing, Model Building, Watercolor, Woodworking

909 W. 23rd St. Unit A Austin, Texas 78705 awino@utexas.edu www.issuu.com/awino 832.877.9737

Language Fluent: Luo, Swahili, English Limited Proficiency: French, Spanish

EDUCATION University of Texas AUSTIN, TEXAS Bachelor of Architecture 2014 Technische Universitat Munchen MUNICH, GERMANY Sustainable Design Studies 2012 Additional coursework in African + African Diaspora Studies, Architectural Engineering, Graphic Design + Visual Communication, and Woodworking

COMPETITION + EXHIBITION Design for Resilience Exhibition Prof. Fernando Lara August 2011- December 2011 An exhibition of work investigating how Austin can become a city resilient to climate change. The exhibit intended to spark a conversation with central Texans about the benefits of planning for climate change scenarios, including droughts, floods, and heat waves. The studio was conceived and developed in cooperation with the City of Austin’s Climate Protection Program. El Canton Community Health Care Clinic Design-Build Competition UT Global Architecture Brigades Chapter February 2012 Published in Texas Architect July/August 2012 + archdaily www.archdaily.com/?p=361227 Winning design proposal selected by Mayor and community members among 16 entries by US universities for clinic in El Canton, Honduras The design is part of a holistic, socially responsible and sustainable approach to responding to needs of developing communities. The proposed structure is a professional health care center that houses a full-time nurse, and provides examination rooms for visiting doctors, dentists, and surgeons. The approach taken by our team included extensive community dialogue to examine and define needs. Additionally, major consideration was given to low-tech methods of construction, facility development, and establishing a framework for feasible health clinics in other developing communities. Currently under construction

HONORS Ellen Dorsey Texas Excellence Award

Merit-based; 1 of 8 Scholars 4 year scholarship

R. L. Heinrichs Trust Award

Merit-based; Sole Recipient 4 year scholarship

Joe and Lee Jamail-Joe and Teresa Lozano Long Presidential Award

Merit-based; Sole Recipient 4 year scholarship

Barbara & Donald Pender Endowed Scholar International Education Fee Scholarship Recipient

EXPERIENCE Lake|Flato Architects SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Architectural Intern January 2013 –September 2013 Worked on construction documentation and administration phases of 2 projects: Betty Clint Josey Pavilion (first Living Building in Texas) and Naples Botanical Gardens (LEED Gold); researched, documented and monitored project progress in achieving targeted rating system goals Involved in concept and schematic designs of 2 projects: High Lonesome Research Institute and Big Bend National Park- Fossil Discovery Trail Co-Curated office Materials Library by acquiring and organizing products, conducted product rep interviews and meetings with project teams, and arranged continuing education credit sessions Best Austin [Re]Design AUSTIN, TEXAS Designer January 2014 – Present Responsible for working directly with clients to redesign aspects of homes, offices and other spaces Responsible for providing documentation and renderings for remodeled spaces and communicating design intent to client and builders University of Texas at Austin: School of Architecture AUSTIN, TEXAS Teaching Assistant for Professor Francisca Aroso January 2014 – May 2014 Critic and studio assistant for students in Design 2 sequence Involved in one-on-one desk critiques, technical tutorials, information gathering and participation on design reviews Blanton Museum of Art AUSTIN, TEXAS Gallery Attendant October 2011 – May 2012 Provided patrons with information on museum exhibits and ensured security of artwork by monitoring compliance of facility regulations University Unions AUSTIN, TEXAS Student Ambassador March 2011 – Present Responsible for providing information on University history, events and services, managing room reservations for buildings and serving as a tour guide

ASSOCIATIONS National Organization of Minority Architecture Students Vice President 2011 – 2012 , Treasurer 2010 – 2011, Member 2009 – Present Global Architecture Brigades Treasurer 2011– 2012, Member 2011– 2013 African Students Association Member 2010 – Present Victory Tutorial Program Volunteer Tutor for 2011– 2012

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Hellenrose Awino // Selected Works