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Benjamin Maru Greenberg COLLECTION OF WORKS

ARCHITEC DESIGN ARCHITECTURE

DESIGN

PHOTOGR PHOTOGRAPHY


ETIHCRA GISED GOTOHP


ARCHITECTURE

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DIGITAL DESIGN & DIGITAL FABRICATION

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

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PHOTOGRAPHY

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CONTENTS

RÉSUMÉ


ACADEMICS

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

College of Architecture and Planning, Master of Architecture Ball State University, Muncie, IN Expected May 2012 B.A. in Architecture - Cum Laude Minor in Spanish

Collegiate B.A. in Architecture - Cum laude Finalist: Cripe/Kawneer Design Competition 2009 Finalist: Gresham-Smith Design Competition 2009

EMPLOYMENT College of Architecture and Planning, Graduate Assistant Ball State University, Muncie, IN 2011 - Present Kishimoto Gordon Dalaya PC Architectural Intern: 1300 Wilson Blvd. Rosslyn, VA Fall 2010, Summer 2008, Summer 2007, Summer 2006 Artur Jasiński I Wspólnicy Biuro Architektoniczne Architectural Intern Krakow, Poland Summer 2010 IDF (Institute for Digital Fabrication) Digital Design Intern College of Architecture and Planning, Summer 2009, Academic Year 2009Ball State University, Muncie, IN 2010 glue: Student Publication Writer and Graphic Editor College of Architecture and Planning, Spring 2010 Ball State University, Muncie, IN Chuck Vernon Construction Company Construction Assistant to Falls Church, VA Residential Contractor Chuck Vernon Summer 2005

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Ball State University Dean’s List 2006-2010 College of Architecture and Planning Dean’s List 2006-2010

High School International Baccalaureates’ Degree George Mason High School 2006 Experiences in Architecture Catholic University of America 2004


Proficient Adobe Illustrator Vector Based Graphic Design 2D Graphic Element Design Adobe InDesign Digital Publication Layout Print Publication Layout Layout Prototyping Adobe Photoshop Digital Image Processing Digital Image Alteration Autodesk AutoCAD 2003-2011 Drafting Layout Drawing Set Organization Autodesk Revit Architecture 2010-2011 Modelling Model Organization/Coordination Custom Family Modelling Microsoft Office Products General Productivity Rhinoceros 3D 4.0 + 5.0 Modelling 2D Graphic Element Design 3D Graphic Element Design Grasshopper for Rhinoceros 3D 4.0 + 5.0 Parametric Modelling Vray for Rhinoceros 3D 4.0 Digital Rendering

Intermediate Google Sketchup 7-8 3D Modelling Environment-Building Analysis Digital Rendering Adobe Dreamweaver Basic Web Design Site Publication Adobe Fireworks Basic HTML Animation Adobe Muse Basic Web Design Site Publication Hand Drawing/Rendering

Hobbyist Photography Architectural Natural Macro

RÉSUMÉ

SKILL SET


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FUNCIE FARM STAND 07

MIAMI MUNICIPAL COURTHOUSE 11

CENTER FOR REGENERATIVE STUDIES 09

BALL STATE UNIVERSITY MULTICULTURAL CENTER 13

ARCHITECTURE

COMPOSI-HAUS 05


COMPOSI-HAUS

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Location > Florence, OR


This single family residence contained standard service elements (kitchen, bathroom and mechanical equipment) as well as a bedroom and living room. The form had been molded and massaged through iterations following the principle of a more standardized rectangular section flowing into an organic form expressing the gradient of architectural expression that composite materials can accommodate. The rectangular section holding service elements that require standardized wall sections and the organic section containing bedroom or living room. The final form was driven by the evolution of the rectangular to organic section as well as an expression of the impressive structural qualities of composite materials allowing for long spans with thin structural depth inspiring a long and linear form, and finally utilizing the apertures woven into the architecture of the residence to bring asymmetry to an entirely symmetrical form and utilizing the asymmetry to focus the views from within the residence towards the pacific coast.

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FUNCIE FARM STAND

Location > Muncie, IN Team > Kelly Goffiney | Benjamin Greenberg | Jonathan Kirby | Paul Reynolds | Brian Watson

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The Funcie Farm Stand and the adjacent Garden Grove was a design/build project for the Tot Spot within the Muncie Children’s Museum under the guidance of Pam Harwood. The Funcie Farm Stand and Garden Grove were designed to engage infants to toddlers, ranging from several months old to 2 years old. Through rigorous research on interactive learning for children of this age we found that our design had to facilitate the development of fine motor skills, routine activities, playing alongside other children (not necessarily interacting with other children), matching activities, allowing exploration of objects through oral interaction and simple picture recognition. With this research supporting our design we created the Funcie Farm Stand with interactive sliding doors, a tool matching and storage activity space, fruit and vegetable sorting area and a small construction play space. The Garden Grove was designed to compliment the activities of the farm stand by providing a safe and area where color and shape matching through vegetable picking activities could be done. 08


CENTER FOR REGENERATIVE STUDIES

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Location > Albany, CA


The College of the Seven Spheres Center for Regenerative studies was a comprehensive studio project. As a studio we were tasked to individually find a site for a regenerative college campus. The campus not only had to be net-zero so that it could be grid-free, but it also had to produce excess energy that could be returned to the grid. My project was sited on a brownfield (former construction debris landfill) in Albany, California along the east side of the San Francisco Bay. The project was driven by the goal of ensuring a regenerative campus. Vast amounts of photovoltaic “trees� were placed along paths on the site to produce the energy required to sustain the site and feed energy to the grid. As summers in California consistently have droughts a passive sea water desalination system was designed for this campus to provide all the fresh water needed for sustaining the green houses as well as the students and faculty. The final design was a dormitory building, an academics building and an adjoining water desalination and waste treatment facility. There were also several green houses and other desalination facilities placed on the site following the aesthetic precedent set by my design. 10


MIAMI MUNICIPAL COURTHOUSE

Location > Miami, FL Team > Benjamin Greenberg | Paul Lindsay

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The Miami Municipal Courthouse was designed as a competition with minimal security requirements and an interest in providing social public space. The fluid site planning and resulting building form evolved from an intent to connect the adjacent modes of public transit through public plaza space that could gracefully cradle the courthouse as well as to act as an aesthetically appropriate terminus for a significant pedestrian corridor from the bay to the site. The design then progressed utilizing the drivers of guided circulation and sustainable systems integration. The final design contains extensive daylighting strategies as well as water retention and control elements. This site design ties together a station for the Metromover, a bus station and a regional train station.

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BALL STATE UNIVERSITY MULTICULTURAL CENTER

Location > Muncie, IN Team > Benjamin Greenberg | Paul Lindsay

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The design proposal for the Ball State University Multicultural Center was driven by the focus on the presentation theater. As it was central to the mission of the Multicultural Center, we made it central to the structure with all program wrapping the edges of the theater. The theater was raised one level above ground to accommodate a small cafe/cafeteria at the ground level. A small library with offices and a computer lab lie at the north of the building with meeting rooms elevated above the rest of the center at the east. Although the aesthetic of the building does not match that of the majority of the masonry clad campus, the modular aluminum cladding system used for this project celebrated the idea behind a modular masonry aesthetic.

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COMPLECT-ion 17

DIGITAL DESIGN & DIGITAL FABRICATION

HOLOCENIC CANOPY 19


COMPLECT-ion

Location > Muncie, IN Team > Benjamin Greenberg | Jonathan Kirby | Paul Reynolds | Brian Watson

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Beginning with the term “fabric” our design team was tasked with defining the term and designing and prototyping an installation whether at full scale, or smaller based on the proposed design. While defining fabric, our design team found synonyms such as network, grid, interconnected nodes, infrastructure and conglomerate which were catalysts to the development of a design. The form of a 4 pointed star was adopted as a module for the project which was then proposed at various scales, but the prototype which was constructed was approximately 8 X 8 inches. The proposed installation was sited for a faculty lounge in the Architecture Department in the College of Architecture and Planning at Ball State University. The installation was to hang in the faculty lounge as a canopy fitting within the existing waffle slab grid. The canopy comprised of over 140 modules

of the 4 pointed star which was cast out of FlexFoam-iT, a flexible expanding urethane foam product. The flexible nature of the modules allowed for a spine to be run through each module and being able to reform the canopy as we saw fit on site. The flexibility also allowed for a weaving of perpendicular strands of the modules achieving the “fabric” that our project utilized as a springboard. Finally, along the spine wires were fed to connect an LED, a solar cell, an infrared sensor and a battery to allow for this stationary canopy to have a alternating identity. During the day the electronics serve to retain energy from the sun and store it in the batteries, and the canopy acts as a minimal shading device. Once night falls, the infrared sensor is triggered allowing the LEDs to utilized the collected energy in the batteries to light the canopy and alter the quality of both the installation and the space.

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HOLOCENIC CANOPY

Location > Muncie, IN Team > Benjamin Greenberg | Curt Schriner

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Holocenic Canopy began with a material study of the properties of plastic grocery bags. It quickly became apparent that the sounds of rustling bags was a trait that would drive the design of the final installation. After several design iterations the acrylic based, rubber band sprung design was decided upon. Originally the intent was for this installation to be interactive and rustle, but unfortunately due to the prototyping process and the timeline of this project a static version was created to emulate the various positions possible if this design were to be pursued for further iterations.

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ARTUR JASIŃSKI I WSPÓLNICY BIURO ARCHITEKTONICZNE 25

INSTITUTE FOR DIGITAL FABRICATION 27

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

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KISHIMOTO GORDON DALAYA PC 23


KISHIMOTO GORDON DALAYA PC

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Location > Rosslyn, VA

Term > Fall 2010, Summer 2008, Summer 2007, Summer 2006


I have worked for Kishimoto Gordon Dalaya PC for three summers and a fall, totalling in one year’s worth of work experience. I began by building models for them out of high school which then changed to models and CAD drafting. Soon I was no longer building models, but instead completely migrated over to CAD drafting. The majority of my time at KGD was spent working on federal government

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contracted projects, therefore my collection of works from their office is sparse due to issues of classified material. During my longest working experience at KGD I was modelling and drafting in Revit 2010. After some time in Revit I became the office specialist for custom families and custom modeled components. Since then I maintain my proficiency with Revit and modeling custom components.

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CONSULTANT

OWNER

DEVELOPER

SEAL & SIGNATURE

THE AEROSPACE CORPORATION CHANTILLY CAMPUS

WESTFIELDS PARCEL 35, CHANTILLY, VIRGINIA

REVISIONS NO.

ISSUE DATE

DESCRIPTION

SCALE

KEY PLAN DATE

DESCRIPTION

10.03.08 05.22.09 06.04.09 06.07.10 08.12.10 12.01.10 01.19.11

SCHEMATIC DESIGN ISSUE 30% DESIGN DEVELOPMENT ISSUE BID ISSUE PROGRESS SCHEMATIC DESIGN ISSUE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT ISSUE 75% CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS PERMIT / BID ISSUE

DRAWING TITLE

C:\Revit_Working\AERO_A_CONCOURSE_bgreenberg.rvt

1 A1242

12/30/2010 9:24:21 AM

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12/30/2010 9:25:03 AM

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CONSULTANT

OWNER

WARNING: This document is property of The Aerospace Corporation. Unauthorized use, dissemination, distribution, or reproduction is prohibited without prior approval of an authorized Aerospace Corporation official.

PERMIT / BID ISSUE

© 1995-2011 KISHIMOTO.GORDON.DALAYA PC expressly reserves its common law copyright and other property rights within these plans. These plans are not be reproduced, changed, or copied in whole or in part, in any form or manner whatsoever. Nor are they to be assigned to any third party, without first obtaining the express written permission and consent of KISHIMITO.GORDON.DALAYA PC.

DEVELOPER

SEAL & SIGNATURE

THE AEROSPACE CORPORATION

CHANTILLY CAMPUS

WESTFIELDS PARCEL 35, CHANTILLY, VIRGINIA

REVISIONS NO.

ISSUE DATE

DESCRIPTION

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN SCALE:

1/16" = 1'-0"

SCALE

KEY PLAN DATE

DESCRIPTION

10.03.08 05.22.09 06.04.09 06.07.10 08.12.10 12.01.10 01.19.11

SCHEMATIC DESIGN ISSUE 30% DESIGN DEVELOPMENT ISSUE BID ISSUE PROGRESS SCHEMATIC DESIGN ISSUE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT ISSUE 75% CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS PERMIT / BID ISSUE

DRAWING TITLE

1/16" = 1'-0" CONCOURSE BUILDING LOWER LEVEL RCP

AEROSPACE PROJECT ID: FWO 84051

AEROSPACE PROJECT ID: FWO 84051 OWNER'S REP.

1300 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 250, Rossyln, Virginia 22209 202.338.3800 | www.kgdarchitecture.com

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2M 2M.1 2M 2N

1/16" = 1'-0" CONCOURSE BUILDING UPPER LEVEL RCP

PROJECT NUMBER

07063.00 JANUARY 19, 2011

OWNER'S REP. DRAWING NUMBER

A1242

1300 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 250, Rossyln, Virginia 22209 202.338.3800 | www.kgdarchitecture.com

WARNING: This document is property of The Aerospace Corporation. Unauthorized use, dissemination, distribution, or reproduction is prohibited without prior approval of an authorized Aerospace Corporation official.

PERMIT / BID ISSUE

© 1995-2011 KISHIMOTO.GORDON.DALAYA PC expressly reserves its common law copyright and other property rights within these plans. These plans are not be reproduced, changed, or copied in whole or in part, in any form or manner whatsoever. Nor are they to be assigned to any third party, without first obtaining the express written permission and consent of KISHIMITO.GORDON.DALAYA PC.

PROJECT NUMBER

07063.00 JANUARY 19, 2011

DRAWING NUMBER

A1241

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ARTUR JASIŃSKI I WSPÓLNICY BIURO ARCHITEKTONICZNE

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Location > Krakow, Poland Term > Summer 2010


During a brief internship with AJ Biuro I worked mostly on the apartment on Krowoderska St. Modelling the design that can be seen in the renderings on this spread. I also did several neighborhood density analyses for the area in order to justify the density of the proposed apartment building as can be seen on the previous page. 26


INSTITUTE FOR DIGITAL FABRICATION

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Location > Muncie, IN

Term > Summer 2009, Academic Year 2009-2010


In the summer of 2009 I was a design intern for IDF and during that time I worked on numerous projects in varying phases. The project on which I spent the most time was a project called Smart Scrap with our industry partner ILF (Indiana Limestone Fabricators) cataloging a portion of their limestone scraps three dimensionally. Once catalogued, the scraps were organized and digitally modelled as a facade made entirely of limestone scraps with the character of custom design and fabrication. I also spent time working with Projectione through IDF assisting them with their reBarn project and helping them prepare for their installations at the Spot On Schools Exhibition in Florence, Italy. All of these experiences in the summer supported my interest in digital design and fabrication leading me to courses and personal projects using what I learned at IDF. I also continued to work for the institute during the academic year as the fabrication lab attendant, maintaining laser cutters and their 3D printer. As a result I have substantial knowledge with regards to troubleshooting these machines and using them efficiently. 28


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CONTACT Benjamin Maru Greenberg www.benjaminmaru.com bmgreenberg@benjaminmaru.com 571.331.0011 1808 North Rosewood Ave. Muncie, IN 47304 Online Portfolio: www.benjaminmaru.com On Twitter: bmgreenberg88 On Linkedin: Ben Greenberg On Vimeo: Ben Greenberg

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