architecture & urbanism
CARLY MOORE | 2012 GRADUATE | MASTERS ARCHITECTURE
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e d u c at i o n Sept 2010 - April 2012 University of Calgary Sept 2006 - April 2010 University of Manitoba
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skills & achievements • Received Winston Leathers Award Scholarship for high academic standing from the University of Manitoba, and the Elizabeth II scholarship at the University of Calgary. • Placed on the Dean’s List at the University of Manitoba. • Fluent in both english and french. • Expert in Adobe Creative Suites, Microsoft Office Suite of Programs, and comfortable with both Mac & PC operating systems. • Proficient in spatial analysis with Geography Information Systems, specifically the ArcGIS Desktop. • Adept in digital and hand drafting; including swift and efficient manipulation of Revit, Vectorworks, and AutoCAD drafting programs. • Extensive experience with 3D rendering through Rhino, AutoCAD and Sketchup drafting programs.
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• Designed LEED certified landscape re-conception for the non-profit West End Cultural Centre. Placed second in the competition. • Created installations for the Annual Atmosphere Symposium for Landscape Architecture at the University of Manitoba for two consecutive years. 2 of 2
EXPERIENCE & SKILLS
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STUDIO INSTITUTE OF METROPOLITAN TRANSFORMATION partner: Kim
The IMT looks to achieve a new atmosphere of “interdisciplinary working” where the exchange of ideas is promoted in a large collective and connective environment. This facility will bring together researchers and post graduate students from normally disparaging disciplines such as: historians, sociologists, geographers, political scientists, anthropologists, economists, planners, architects, transport engineers, environmentalists, and the list could go on within a single institute working together to further studies of the modern urban environment. The project reflects the increasingly interdisciplinary nature of research, which no longer relies on traditional departmental demarcations but requires “thinking” spaces which facilitate cross fertilization of ideas.
Located in the geographical centre of Barcelona, this site is at a pivotal location demarcating the new development of 22@ and the traditional El Clot neighbourhood. Additionally, Plaça de les Glòries is undergoing a conversion from a busy traffic roundabout to a large public green space with traffic rerouted underground. The concept of transition was a driver for this multi-family artist hub and celebrates the traces and the futures of the users. The project consists of a packing device (the residential tower) and a shell (canopy turned green wall). The program of the building is organized by the duration of time spent by users. The street level provides basic amenities and a traditional and digital artist studio space. The second level is a fracture of the public realm, providing areas for a longer visit, the restaurant, digital viewing booth, hostel and restaurant overlooking Plaça de les Glòries. The residential tower includes student housing and on the upper levels, longer-stay, one and two bedroom units. The canopy creates a shading device from the southern exposure and establishes a public gathering space underneath its octagonal structure. Closer to the tower the canopy realigns vertically into a green wall and screening device.
STUDIO DIGI+TRAD ARTS HAB BARCELONA STUDIES ABROAD partners: Amy Wowk + Tony Barrett
reversible destinies Throwing the body off balance forces it to show itself for who or what it is. It is desirable to keep the body in a state of imbalance for as long as possible. The actions, the range of actions, possible to the body for righting itself and regaining its balance will both define and reveal the bodyâ€™s essential nature. arakawa & gins
The Manitoba Sugar Beet Factory and other industrial practices of agriculture, now finds itself fading into the layered backdrop of an increasingly complex world. As the industrial era fades, the forgotten site is reinterpreted by a new generation. Land left destabilized from the production processes stretches out beyond the iconic silos. Left unused for years, nature has found ecosystems to thrive on these extreme landscapes. The site adapts to the disturbances and never returns to its previous state. There is a constant search for a a state of homeostasis; a site learning to adjust, a city in flux, a person overcoming loss. The sprawling concrete pads of the major industrial area are crushed to make way for a procession of tree plantings as the main building is redefined as a ceremonial space and crematorium. The cemetery is defined by a swale containing red vegetation that thrives in the existing condition. The swale acts as a physical boundary in relation to the public surroundings. Tailing ponds are reinterpreted into the drifting ponds which clense the stormwater from local community and retain it for use in the frieldwald nursery. Production and retail space for the nursery overtakes existing buildings and fills the civic interface along the highly populated edge shared with Pembina trail. Existing recreational trails such as Bishop Grandin Greenway are connected to and extended throughout the site. These elements together form an unchanging core and flexible interim surrounding space to be redefined often in the human scale of time.
STUDIO LEBE WOHL partner: Mac Page
Drifting Ponds and Civic Interface
Active Recreation Path
Reception of Elms
the grid of elms stand solemn a composed welcome shrouded by their shaded veil the silos lurk above their canopies they rise strongly sentinels of the site
Contextual Still Frame the breathing city is watched from its agrarian ruins mnemonic landmarks litter the ground with photographic impression the city reads as a palimpsest
The Approach order appears white trees guide the way the pace quickens the sky fades away as shade takes over a division occurs between realms
Dark Forest dense spruce forms the dark unknown mystery unfolds into vastness the smell, the carpet the shadowy path is illuminated perpetually dark
Submerged Forest itâ€™s a pause away from the world enclosed by willows in a bed of wet ferns focused, enclosed the dead rest in the scatter garden the dead rest in the wall of urns protected silence and reverence ensues
Plinth the solemn geometry rises from the ground a shearing tectonic plate of compact limestone forms the expanse the aftermath of industry the context is revealed again it was always there it never stopped
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Atmosphere is a yearly symposium held each February. This event draws together ideas related to Atmosphere, with speakers, socials and plenty of discussion. Through the generosity and guidance of Professors Mark West, and others working in C.A.S.T. we were able to construct an ice bar for this event. A simple fabric formwork was filled with water, ropes held in tension by slip knots were adjusted to shape the envelope prior to freezing. At right, a soaked piece of cheesecloth was hung, and overturned once solid. This strategy was used the following year to create an ice table which kept a record of the night as it gripped the many ice glasses which melded to itâ€™s hovering surface.
PLAY ATMOSPHERE INSTALLATION bar construction with Lisa Ewasko
PLAY COMPETITION ENTRY(2ND) teamed with Lisa Ewasko