Bridgett Espino Architecture Portfolio 2021

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FALL 2019-FALL 2021

BRIDGETT ESPINO ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS


BRIDGETT ESPINO RESUME

SUMMARY bridgett.espino@gmail.com 913.215.0715 Lawrence, KS

Hello! I am currently a fourth year architecture student at the University of Kansas who is passionate about using architectural design to positively impact people and their surroundings. I am excited to seek out internship opportunities in architecture and related fields.

EDUCATION

VOLUNTEER

University of Kansas

Puerto Rico Missionary Trip

Master of Arts in Architecture Senior Year - 3.76 GPA Expected May 2023

HONORS Multicultural Scholars Program Recipient 2018-Current

University of Kansas Honor Roll Fall 2018

Architectural Portfolio Finalist Third Year, Fourth Year

C.L. Burt Scholarship Recipient

MAR 2019

- Aided in the reconstruction of Iglesia Adventista de Vieques after Hurricane Maria - Assisted community members in restoring their homes to livable conditions - Served as translator between volunteer group and community members

University of Kansas Student Mentor

JAN- MAY 2021

- Provided support to first year architecture students in the transition to studio culture and in adapting a good workflow - Participated in reviews for projects and provided feedback to students

2020-2021

WORK EXPERIENCE

SKILLS

Norge’s House Cleaning

SketchUp Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe Indesign Lumion Revit

House Cleaner - Provided detailed cleanings for homes of clients

Hyvee

Personal Shopper - Shopped and packed online orders for customers - Ensured all items on list were correct and provided substitutions when necessary - Recognized for completing orders in a timely manner with minimal errors

Bilingual

Spanish, English

REFERENCES Nilou Vakil

Professor nilou.vakil@ku.edu

Eddy Tavio

Professor etavio@ku.edu

Ann Hossler

Professor 305.205.3136 ann.hossler@ku.edu

Nils Gore

Professor 785.766.7480 ngore@ku.edu

GARDNER, KS SUMMERS 2014-2017

LAWRENCE, KS OCT 2020-JUL 2021


SELECTED WORKS

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TALLGRASS CENTER FALL 2021 pages 1-32

KCK COMMUNITY CENTER SPRING 2020 pages 33-48

ARTIST SPACE

FALL 2019 pages 49-58

TERRACES

SPRING 2021 pages 59-74


TALLGRASS CENTER 6th & Massachusetts St, Lawrence, Kansas 66044 Professor: Nilou Vakil Fall 2021 In collaboration with Liz Putnam Our site, located on Sixth Street and Massachusetts Street, will aim to respond both to the agricultural background of Kansas and its industrialization. Our design will bring in materials that reflect the reality of the landscape. We intend to use perforated corten steel. In response to the agricultural background of Kansas, we plan to incorporate a Discovery Center that will feature several educational niches to provide the opportunity for visitors to learn more about the natural elements of Kansas. We intend to create a layering effect with fog and prairie grass throughout our softscape to create a similar experience as that experienced at the Baker Wetlands. Moving elements incorporated throughout the façade will allow the building to bring life and rhythm to the site. The changeable elements allow for residents to customize their space. Incorporating these core elements into our design development will create a community-centered space that reflects the spirit of Lawrence. Use of materials inspired by the agricultural and industrial history of our state will create a structure well-suited to the location. Creating an active space full of life adds comfort and engagement along the now-neglected site. Open courtyards will encourage community-led activities year round. Through the execution of the above-mentioned elements, our design team intends to revitalize this site and its function as a gateway to downtown Lawrence. Diagram to the right created by Liz Putnam

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SITE

LAWRENCE PUBLIC LIBRARY & PARKING GARAGE 330 SPOTS

1 MIN

PARKING LOT 71 SPOTS

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PARKING LOT

3 MIN

5 MIN

PARKING LOT 71 SPOTS

KEY 1 MINUTE RADIUS

65 SPOTS

3 MINUTE RADIUS

5 MINUTE RADIUS

KEY 1 MINUTE RADIUS 3 MINUTE RADIUS 5 MINUTE RADIUS

PRE-DESIGN Our site, located on the intersection of Sixth and Massachusett’s street, is surrounded by multiple restaurants, as well as, City Hall. Massachusett’s street is dynamic and full of life, and unfortunately, this activity tends to fade away as you approach Sixth street and the Kansas River. Our main goal through this project was to design a community-filled space that would reflect the spirit of Lawrence and would bring more people to this end of Massachusett’s street. Diagram to the right created by Liz Putnam

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LAWRENCE PUBLIC LIBRARY

Lawrence public library is visited by all generations for its wide selection of books, magazines, newspapers, and dvds. It is a great spot for families with children to visit, or for anyone wanting a quiet space to work in.

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS The University of Kansas is only 2 miles away from Mass street and increases the population of Lawrence by 30,000 for nine months out of the year.

SO BAKER WETLANDS Located south of downtown Lawrence, the Baker Wetlands features walking trails, lookouts to the beautiful scenery, and educational opportunities to learn about the prairie creatures and wetlands.

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BUS ROUTES Route 1 Route 3 Route 4 Route 6 Route 7 Route 10 Route 11 Route 15

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The Lawrence River Trails offer scenic routes for both cyclists and those who wish to enjoy a peaceful walk within the trees and alongside the river.

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Park Path

ABE & JAKES Abe and Jakes is an event space located in the heart of downtown. It is a very popular venue for weddings and other events.

BUS ROUTES

MURALS There are many pieces of artwork all throughout Lawrence and on Mass street. Colorful murals can be found in connecting alleyways throughout Mass street.

Route 1 Route 3 BUS ROUTES Route 4 Route 1 Route 6 Route 3 Route 7 Route 4 Route 10 Route 6 Route 11 Route 7 Route 15 Route 10 Route 11 Route 15

LAWRENCE ARTS CENTER The Lawrence Arts Center conducts a variety of art-related programs including, visual and performing arts, film, lectures, and contemporary exhibitions. It is referenced as the “creative hub” of Lawrence. About 10,000 students enroll each year into their curriculum.

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BIKE ACCESS Bike Lane Marked Shared Lane BIKE ACCESS Buffered Bike Lane Bike Lane Shared Use Path Marked Shared Lane Unpaved Trail Buffered Bike Lane Park Path Shared Use Path Unpaved Trail Park Path

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EXISTING CONDITIONS

CREATING PEDESTRIAN PATHS

LAYER 3

LAYER 2

LAYER 1 Inspired from the layering between prairie and fog seen at the Baker Wetlands, we created visual layers within our design. The first layer consists of a front courtyard that steps down, and features water and mist elements that were directly inspired from the Baker Wetlands.

CONCEPT EXPLORED

View from 6th and Massachusetts Street 7

The second layer is created using prairie grass. We decided to go with this landscape to pay homage to the Tallgrass Prairie found in Kansas.

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BREATHING ROOM FOR GATEWAY

CREATING SPACES FOR SPILLOUT

LAYER 5

LAYER 4

The fifth and final layer consists of the Tallgrass Residential portion of the design.

The fourth layer contributes to the increase in visual heirarchy in the design. This layer consists of the Tallgrass Discovery Center.

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CIRCULATION

- Public - Semipublic

1” = 50’

Level Five

- Private - Service - Circulation

Egress Stairs Elevator Path Circulation Path Exits

Level Four

Level Three

Level Two

Level One

Ground Floor

Level Two

Level One

Ground Floor

PUBLIC

STRUCTURAL & CIRCULATION Structural diagram created by Liz Putnam

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LEVEL FIVE

LEVEL FOUR

PRIVATE

LEVEL THREE

LEVEL TWO

LEVEL ONE

PUBLIC

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15ft

STREET SECTION

In our proposal for a new street layout, we created wider sidewalk space to encourage more human interactions to take place. Additionally, we proposed a bike lane to be added onto Massachusett’s street and removed all on-street parking. We felt that this was achievable due to the detached parking garage that is included in our design. 11

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SIDEWALK

BUFFER BIKE LANE

TWO WAY STREET

MASSACHUSETTS ST.

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FIRST FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1’ = 1/32” Drawing created by Liz Putnam

TALLGRASS DISCOVERY CENTER & MARKET Total Area:

21,076 SF

1ST FLOOR PLAN

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Market

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Butterfly Sanctuary

795 SF

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Greenhouse

887 SF

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Service

667 SF

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Mechanical

238 SF

TALLGRASS APARTMENTS Total Area:

5,522 SF

72,426 SF

1ST FLOOR PLAN

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Open Retail Spaces

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Coffee Shop

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Residence Lobby

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Waste Room

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Service

120 SF

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Mechanical

250 SF

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Bike Storage

225 SF

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Mail Room

225 SF

approx. 866 SF 676 SF 3,126 SF 82 SF

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COMBINED TOTAL

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93,502 SF

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PERSPECTIVE SECTION AA

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SECOND FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1’ = 1/32” Drawing created by Liz Putnam

TALLGRASS DISCOVERY CENTER & MARKET Total Area:

21,076 SF

2ND FLOOR PLAN

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Discovery Center

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Greenhouse

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Open Work Space

TALLGRASS APARTMENTS Total Area:

5,628 SFF 1,710 SF 903 SF

72,426 SF

2ND FLOOR PLAN Shared Media Room

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Small Group Room

90 SF

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Waste Room

82 SF

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Residence Gym

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1 Bed 1 Bath

541 SF

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2 Bed 1 Bath

1,005 SF

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2 Bed 2 Bath

1,079 SF

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2 Bed 2.5 Bath

1,153 SF

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3 Bed 3 Bath

1,584 SF

COMBINED TOTAL

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877 SF

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2,844 SF

93,502 SF

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THIRD FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1’ = 1/32” Drawing created by Liz Putnam

TALLGRASS APARTMENT Total Area:

72,426 SF

3RD - 5TH FLOOR PLAN 877 SF

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Shared Media Room

2

Small Group Room

90 SF

3

Waste Room

82 SF

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1 Bed 1 Bath

541 SF

5

2 Bed 1 Bath

1,005 SF

6

2 Bed 2 Bath

1,079 SF

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2 Bed 2.5 Bath

1,153 SF

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3 Bed 3 Bath

1,584 SF

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COMBINED TOTAL

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93,502 SF

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1 BED 1 BATH

Total Area Total Unit Type

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2 BED 2 BATH

541 SF 14 Units

Total Area Total Unit Type

1,005 12 U


5 SF Units

2 BED 2.5 BATH

Total Area Total Unit Type

1,584 SF 8 Units

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TALLGRASS MARKET

The Tallgrass Market features several vendor stations that would be open year round. The greenhouse was created to teach community members how to grow their own produce, as well as, provide produce to the vendors. This produce may also be sold during any Farmer’s Markets that take place in the Tallgrass Market. This space has large doors that open to the outside in order to allow for spillout of people to occur during the warmer months. This space is designed to be a meeting place for community members, while also providing some food options. 23


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TALLGRASS DISCOVERY CENTER The Tallgrass Discovery Center is an educational opportunity for families, and especially children to learn about the natural elements found in the city of Lawrence, as well as, the state of Kansas. Small demonstrations can take place in this space. One of the main features of the Tallgrass Discovery Center is the double height butterfly sanctuary. The butterfly sanctuary is a direct connection to the butterfly gardens found in South Park and the Lawrence Public Library. With lounge and work areas situated around it, this creates a unique environment to learn and work in.

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ELEVATIONS Drawing created by Liz Putnam

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NORTH ELEVATION SCALE: 1’ = 1/32”

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Level 5 50’ - 0”

Level 4 38’ - 0”

Level 3 26’ - 0”

Level 2 14’ - 0”

Level 1 0’ - 0”

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SCALE: 1’ = 1/32” Residential Roof 71’ - 0”

Level 5 50’ - 0”

Level 4 38’ - 0”

Level 3 26’ - 0”

Level 2 14’ - 0”

Level 1 0’ - 0”

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ELEVATIONS Drawing created by Liz Putnam

1 Residential Roof

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Level 5 50’ - 0”

Level 4 38’ - 0”

Level 3 26’ - 0”

Level 2 14’ - 0”

Level 1 0’ - 0”

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Tallgras Roof 28’ - 0”

Level 2 14’ - 0”

Level 1 0’ - 0”

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EAST ELEVATION SCALE: 1’ = 1/32”

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Tallgras Roof 28’ - 0”

Level 2 14’ - 0”

Level 1 0’ - 0”

WEST ELEVATION 2

SCALE: 1’ = 1/32”

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Residential Roof 71’ - 0”

Level 5 50’ - 0”

Level 4 38’ - 0”

Level 3 26’ - 0”

Level 2 14’ - 0”

Level 1 0’ - 0”

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CENTRAL COURTYARD

There are two courtyards in our design. The first is the front courtyard and the second is the central courtyard situated between the Tallgrass Discovery Center and the Tallgrass Residential building. These courtyards feature large overhanging pavilions that can be used to house fun art exhibits, such as the LED swings seen in this image. The space encourages visitors to spill out of the Discovery Center to enjoy any activities that may be taking place in these courtyards. 31


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KCK COMMUNITY CENTER Minnesota Ave & 9th St, Kansas City, Kansas 66101 Professor: Thom Allen Spring 2020

The purpose of this project was to design a community center that could serve the various needs of the community surrounding it. Due to this, the community center features various spaces for various activities and many of the spaces are versatile and can be used for other uses. The building was intentionally detached from the neighboring building to allow for viewing and appreciation of the mural on site. The space left open is meant for various outdoor spaces such as food trucks, small markets, and other activities for the community to use.

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SITE ANALYSIS

The location of our site is on the intersection of Minnesota Avenue and North 8th street. Situtated between existing buildings, this created a unique opportunity to split the community center into two buildings. The two buildings were then connected to provide access to and from each building. The connection was inspired off of the various connection between buildings that were seen around the area. 35


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Level Three Semi-Private

This third level is a semi-private space. While visitors can still visit any of these spaces, this is where spaces which can be reserved are located. This is where a photography studio, conference room, and recording room can be found.

Level Two Public

The second level consists of a supply resource space and volunteer space, as well as some public seating located facing the existing mural. In building B, one will find the private offices and gallery space.

Level One Public

This first level of the KCK Community Center consists of a large cafe in building A that faces the existing mural. There is plenty of space outdoors for food trucks or farmer’s markets to take place in front of the mural. In building B, there is the first level of a gym and the gallery space.

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FIRST FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1” = 30’

COMMUNITY CENTER Total Area:

11,627 SF

1ST FLOOR PLAN

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Cafe

2

Restrooms

795 SF

3

Mechanical

887 SF

MUSEUM AND GYM Total Area:

5,522 SF

14,695 SF

1ST FLOOR PLAN

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Gallery

866 SF

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Gift Shop

676 SF

6

Restrooms

3,126 SF

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Mechanical

82 SF

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Locker Rooms

120 SF

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Gym

250 SF

COMBINED TOTAL

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26,322 SF


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SECOND FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1” = 30’

COMMUNITY CENTER Total Area:

11,627 SF

2ND FLOOR PLAN

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Lobby

2

Storage

3

Restrooms

132 SF

4

Volunteer Room

218 SF

5

Supply Resource Center

606 SF

MUSEUM AND GYM Total Area:

1,330 SF 49 SF

14,695 SF

2ND FLOOR PLAN

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Gym

7

Collaborative Work Space

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Office

9

Restroom

10

Storage

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Gallery

COMBINED TOTAL

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721 SF 1,497 SF 686 SF 84 SF 114 SF 1,464 SF

26,322 SF


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THIRD FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1” = 30’

COMMUNITY CENTER Total Area:

11,627 SF

3RD FLOOR PLAN

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Lounge Area

2

Dressing Room

3

Restroom

100 SF

4

Photography Studio

395 SF

5

Conference Room

296 SF

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Recording Room

384 SF

COMBINED TOTAL

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377 SF 98 SF

26,322 SF


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OPEN TO BELOW

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5 6

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WEST ELEVATION & SECTION AA SCALE: 1” = 20’ 45


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View from Minnesota Avenue 47


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ARTIST SPACE Woodland Ave & 39th St, Kansas City, Kansas 66101 Professor: Thom Allen Fall 2019

The purpose of this artist retreat was to create a space that could house a visiting artist for an extended period of time. Located in the Ivanhoe neighborhood, I spoke with the Ivanhoe Neighborhood Council and learned that this community wanted a revival. They desired to have spaces that could spark creativity within the community. They simply wished for growth. With this desire in mind, I decided to make the concept of growth a common theme in the design. In this artist space, I was inspired by the trees found in the area surrounding the location. The organic forms are meant to resemble the growth of trees as they spread their branches out. These organic forms surround the walls of the artist space, both literally with trees growing all around, and figuratively with the forms hugging the exterior. These floor to cieling windows allow natural light to flood into the space, while still providing some shade with the wooden organic forms.

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ARTIST PARK

The site for this project is found along Woodland avenue. As a class, we were tasked to design an artist in residence and the park that these residences would be placed in. In this design, there are five artist spaces placed throughout the park, each being placed on a stepped terrace of land. There are sculpures placed throughout, and a central courtyard that can be used to house different events. The artist space that I designed is found on the northeastern part of the site. 51


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Level Three Private

This third space is a private space for the artist in residence. It offers a small office space to work in, and a rooftop patio with a view to the rest of the park.

Level Two Private

The second level is a private space for the artist in residence. This is where the artist will be living. This space is modeled after a studio apartment and offers all basic necessities for the artist to live comfortably.

Level One Public

This first level of the artist retreat space is open for all visitors. This space offers flexibility for the artist in residence. This space can be used for teaching an art class, or the space can be redecorated to serve a different function.

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1ST FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 3/32” = 1’-0”

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Collaborative Work Space 6

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WEST ELEVATION SCALE: 3/20” = 1’-0”

This simple design was inspired off of the trees that are currently on the site. The site is heavily wooded and is mostly staying that way. It is meant to be a space that evokes the peace that is often found in nature.

2ND FLOOR PLAN

3RD FLOOR PLAN

SCALE: 3/32” = 1’-0”

SCALE: 3/32” = 1’-0”

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Kitchen

1

Workspace

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Living Room

2

Rooftop Patio

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Restroom

4

Closet

5

Bedroom

6

Mechanical

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TERRACES 1298 Riverfront Dr, Kansas City, Missouri 64120 Professor: Eddy Tavio Spring 2021 In collaboration with Madeline Bradley This parcel was designed as a green terraced mixed use building at the Berkley Riverport in KC. Our conceptual core is centered around the courtyard filled with maximized green-space, a water element, outdoor seating, shopping and food. All these elements highlight the surrounding context. This mixed use development optimizes views to the river, facing north and south. Along with preserving views for the surrounding buildings and residences. Starting at the second level and leading up to the top floor, the balconies hug the form and create great views all around the parcel. Vegetation is integrated throughout the resident floors to create privacy and enhance the green space aesthetic. In addition to privacy, wooden louvers were built into the residence floors and office levels to implement sun-shading. The terraced floor plans along with the rounded balconies create an organic scheme. In addition to preserving views facing the river. The design enhances everyday community relations among a diverse neighborhood and provides added community engagement.

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Residential

EXISTING COMPONENTS

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CYCLING PATHS

RAILWAYS

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PRE-DESIGN

As a class, we were tasked to design a district along the Missouri River. At the time, the land was undeveloped and together we worked to divide the land into several parcels. We proposed various changes in street patterns and railway paths. Diagram above created by Dakoda Ash

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volle public restrooms

PRE-DESIGN As a class, we first conducted some research on our site before beginning any design. We looked into the history of the site, as well as, what things were around it. We noted that the Rivermarket was nearby and that there were some volleyball courts that were actively used in the area. At the time of this project, the only existing building was a residential housing building that can be seen on the diagram to the right. After learning about our site, we then began to get inspired by imagining what kinds of things we wanted to bring into the area. We looked at precedents about the kinds of things that were successful in other places and took notes about how we could use these elements in a new way. Upon visiting the site in person, we quickly realized the size of the site and jumped straight into this new challenge.

walking route

Diagram created by Liz Putnam

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eyball courts residential housing air traffic access to i35, 29, & 71 highway

potential connection to columbus park

train routes

future residential housing

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future streetcar route

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BOUTIQUE HOTEL

INNOVATION HIV

WORLD-CLASS DESTINATION Tasked to design a world-class destination, the class was assigned various different building types to make an engaging district. Varying from boutique hotels to a large Riverfront park along the Missouri River, we were challenged in ways we had never been challenged before. In these images, you will see our large site model that we created, as well as, our individual designs. Our project was classified as a mixed-use tower. Photos from IG @65_andsunny

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MIXED-USE TOWER

CO-EX

MIXED-USE TOWER

RIVERFRONT PARK

MIXED-USE TOWER

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EXISTING CONDITIONS

CONCEPT EXPLORED

North Perspective Elevation from Riverfront Drive 67

DIVIDE BUILDING AND MAINTAIN NORTH AND SOUTH VIEWS


CREATING TERRACES TO MAXIMIZE VIEWS TO RIVER

CONNECT AND CREATE AN ACTIVE COURTYARD

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PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION The way that we divided our mixed-use building is seen at the right. The first level consists of retail and restaurants, as well as, a public parking garage. The next level starts to get into the some living units, office spaces, and more restuarant spaces. The third level houses all the amenites for the residents of the building. Levels four through twelve house the remainder of living units of this design. In the center of the design, we have created a central courtyard that is hugged by restaurants. This is in response to the concert hall that is placed across from our site. We wanted to provide the opportunity for enjoyment of any live events that may be taking place anywhere on the site, and to encourage more human interactions to take place.

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Level 4-12 Private

Living Units Conference Rooms Shared Outdoor Space

Level 3 Private

Living Units Spa Movie Theatres Game Room Conference Rooms Outdoor Pool Indoor Pool

Indoor/Outdoor Bar Demonstration Kitchens Lobby Mail Room

Level 2

Public & Private Parking Garage Restaurants Offices Living Units Karaoke Bar

Level 1 Public

Parking Garage Restaurants Retail Stores Coffee Shops Bars

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1 BED 1 BATH

Total Area

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866 SF


4 BED 3 BATH

Total Area

3,024 SF

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VISUAL

East Perspective Elevation 73


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FALL 2019-FALL 2021

THANK YOU 913.215.0715 bridgett.espino@gmail.com