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“Those who refuse design accept to be designed." Giulio Carlo Argan


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INFILTRATING THE CITY Parking Infrastructure | Winter 2014 | Portland, Oregon, USA

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FOR WEATHER OR WORSE Data Center | Fall 2013 | Prineville, Oregon, USA

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SHE'S A BUTTE Branch Library | Winter 2012 | Eugene, Oregon, USA

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ACOUSTIBOOTH Phone Booth | Spring 2013 | Eugene, Oregon, USA

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TRAVEL SKETCHES

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DIGITAL MEDIA EXPLORATION

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PHOTOGRAPHY

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GRAPHIC DESIGN

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RESUME


INFILTRATING THE CITY

CAROLYN LIEBERMAN + SAMUEL RIDGE + CODY TUCKER WINTER 2014 | BROOK MULLER | PORTLAND, OREGON, USA

The harmony of nature in an urban environment is not about organic systems reappropriating urban space as nature, but rather a reinvented system that uses urban typologies as catalysts that benefit all species. The parking garage is an urban typology commonly thought of as temporary storage for automobiles. The type is a signifcant revenue generator while almost always having high environmental impacts. These impacts are appropriated through the act of driving to the garage, the heavy metals that exist on the car, the materials that cause runoff, and the massive amounts of stagnant space. It is easy to think of the parking garage as a host to one of the most environmentally ine cient creations, and the solution to its being an eradication of the type. However, the parking garage is a prominent and prosperous type in the city, and will continue to exist in the future. SMITH & BYBEE WETLAND

This proposes the question: How can the parking garage change to become a more sustainable resource for the city? In this project we will be looking at the parking garage as a catalyst to connect the Smith and Bybee Wetlands to the Ross Island Wetlands in Portland, Oregon. Focusing on the area of west and southwest Portland, with a speci c site at the new Zidell Yards development, we will attempt to answer the question proposed above. After intensive thought and iterations we began to see the problem as this diagram below shows. CONDENSE As our urban areas densify this new urban type must maintain the ability to condense its ability to treat water to smaller sites

SMITH & BYBEE WETLAND

CONDENSE

CONTAIN

SITE

ROSS ISLAND FT

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2000

4000

6000

8000

CONNECT

CLENSE

CONTAIN The parking garage will contain water along with its required program of car containment. The water will be gathered from neighboring spaces and its own footprint. CONNECT Use the parking garage as a catalyst for urban development to respond to wildlife corridors in downtonw Portland, ultimately connecting the Ross Island Wetlands to the Smith and Bybee Wetlands. CLEANSE The water contained will be treated on site and off site, through analog and mechanical processes. After which the water will flow into neighboring habitats.

URBAN KIT OF PARTS As a new parking garage type is inducted into the city the components of an urban area must be assessed to understand the spatial arrangements of the different components.

V + W + X + Y + Z V

[PARKING]

W

[WATER TREATMENT]

X

[OPEN SPACE]

Y

[WETLANDS]

Z

[BODY OF WATER]


N N/S SECTIO

SECTION IVE PERSPECT WATER IVE PERSPECT

N E/W SECTIO E LANDSCAP IVE PERSPECT

ZIDEL PLAN 1/200"

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N EE CE GRSPA

AZ

PL

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ENCROACHMENT BLOCK

GREEN ROOF

Continuation of the structural system onto the roof. Creates garden space and pathways

Allows for the collection of water and provides habitat for macroinvertabrates. PARKING Precast concrete structure. Single helix 2 way car circulation; 330 cars total

VORONOI STRUCTURAL SYSTEM The cells are created from a series of randomly generated points that emit a radius within an area. Each cell contains all points that are equidistant from the node. This particular system is made of 4" tube steel ranging in size from 1' to 20'

FILTRATION BEDS

SHELL

SCREEN

Every 2 floors the filtration beds occupy the horizontal voronoi cells interacting with the vertical circulation.

Openings are in a direct relationship with the voronoi structural system.

The screen attaches onto the shell, creating a more aesthetically pleasing interior and exterior experience.

The water is passively fltered using landscaped beds

Shapes are created by offsetting and filleting the voronoi cells. Panelized steel system.

VERTICAL CIRCULATION

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VORONOI CISTERN ENCASEMENT

E GE DG ID

RO

OF

RO AD

TE

SI

Creates a interactive pattern which surrounds the cisterns This pattern incorporates a density gradient to describe the changing water quality in the cisterns CISTERNS

BR

ID

The cisterns contain and cleanse the water collected from the roof, the bridge, the roads and the site. Using mechanical and analog systems the water becomes cleaner as it moves from the outer edges towards the center of the building. Once the water is classi ed as greywater it is released into the nearby landscape and plaza.

GE

RO

RO

OF

SIT

E

AD

GROUND FLOOR PAVILION Maps circulation corridors for pedestrians based on structural alignment

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GENERAL FORMULA rainfall ft/t x surface area = approximate volume CATCHMENT AREAS BRIDGE AREA ROOF AREA SITE AREA ROADS AREA

CISTERN SIZES BASED ON 25 YEAR STORM CISTERN VOLUME: ROOF

ROADS

SITE

BRIDGE

WETLAND SIZES BASED ON WINTER RAINFALL 2 WETLANDS SIZED AT:

3FT DEEP

150 X 150 FT

TOTAL VOLUME OF WETLAND

PARKING STRUCTURE

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INNER STREET

INITIAL WATER TREATMENT BLOCK CONTAINS BIOSWALES, FLOW THROUGH PLANTERS AND PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY, DESIGNED FOR THE INITIAL SLOWING DOWN OF WATER


SALMON RUN The voronoi cell fractalizes into the Willamette River forming nooks for salmon to rest in the high FLow river.

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AMPITHEATER The voronoi cell steps down to create an outdoor ampitheater on the waters edge, celebrating the reintroduction of clean water to the river.

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SITE FT

FT

500

1000 1500 2000

500

1000 1500 2000

500

1000 1500 2000

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WETLANDS The wetlands are constructed through the voronoi cell, and maintain the habitat of macroinvertebrates and native wetland plant species

SITE FT

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1

2

IDEAL SITE PARK ADJACENCY WETLAND/RIVER ADGACENCY URBAN SITE

SITE FT 500

INNER STREET

1000 1500 2000

SECONDARY WATER TREATMENT BLOCK: SURFACE TREATMENT OF WATER THROUGH BIOSWALES, AND WETLAND AREAS. THE WATER IS ENTIRELY CLEANSED AND REINTRODUCED INTO THE ECOSYSTEM

AMPITHEATER AND WETLANDS AREA: WHERE THE WETLAND MEETS THE RIVER AND THE WATER IS SEPARATED

E/W SECTION

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FOR WEATHER OR WORSE

DATA CENTER FOR THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FALL 2013 | JOLIE KERNS | PRINEVILLE, OREGON, USA

Humans have a continuing curiosity in the act recording information: especially that of agricultural, astronomical, and meteorological relevance. Historically, we have published physical publications of data--but as we have moved into the digital age we have moved to real-time, Digital platforms as a means of recording and accessing information. What exactly is data? Strictly defined, it is "an abstract concept that can be viewed as the lowest level of abstraction from which information and then knowledge is derived". Given the abstraction of data, and our growing dependence on a more abstract form of accessing that data, we are losing a physical sense of what it means to interact with and interpret information. How can we re-visualize and experience the human element that categorizes and defines data? Built in a campus-like fashion, the procession begins with an ascent between the two data storage units, and leads to the entrance of the visitors' center. Spanned by an open plaza space, a facility for research in hydrology and geology exists on the north end, hoping to make accessible the information of the natural world to progress towards ecological Consciousness and render the need for this data center useless.

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250'

750'

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PRINEVILLE, OR // WATER RESOURCES

PRINEVILLE WATER SOURCES

SECTION

D

E

SECTION B-B

1/16" - 1'

SECTION C-C

1/16" - 1'

F

PRINEVILLE, OR // INRFASTRUCTURE

PRINEVILLE INFRASTRUCTURE

A

A LABS & FACULTY OFFICES

B

B LIBRARY

COLD STORAGE

OFFICE & ADMINISTRATION VISITOR CENTER

C

C

PRINEVILLE ENTERPRIZE & UGB PRINEVILLE, OR // ENTERPRISE & CITY ZONES

DATA CENTER

Airport Business-Industrial Airport Operations Airport Commercial Airport Development Industrial Park General Industrial Light Industrial Central Commercial General Commercial Professional Commercial Recreational Commercial General Residential Limited Residential Residential Redevelopment Park Reserve

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PLAN 1/16" = 1'

D

E

F

1/16" - 1'A-A


FACADE RELATIONSHIPS

SECTION

1/16" - 1'A-A

SECTION D-D

1/16" - 1'

SECTION B-B

1/16" - 1'

SECTION E-E

1/16" - 1'

SECTION C-C

1/16" - 1'

SECTION F-F

1/16" - 1'

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AVERAGE INCOME

RESEARCH FACILITY DATA CENTER

CIRCULATION AROUND DATA

ANNUAL PERCIPITATION

PUBLIC SEATING

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PATHWAYS DEFINED BY HUMAN TRAFFIC


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SHE'S A BUTTE

BRANCH LIBRARY WINTER 2012 | HALIT BEYAZTAS | EUGENE, OREGON, USA

Located in the heart of the Whitaker district, Skinners Butte Park exudes the air of nature and a connection to family. On the edge of University territory, residents take ownership of this up kept public space. Much like the way Spencer's Butte provides a backdrop to the support the city of Eugene, the branch library takes on the same attributes to support the daily activities of the Whitaker district. The green roof aligns with the slope and allows visitors to walk atop the library. Once entering, the library is split into two axis: the communal and individual spaces. The interior reading space takes advantage of the northern light via the large windows. The space is also sunken down so that the floor of the interior meets the ground of the exterior, separated by the glass panels. The large columns in the interior reference the contextual material, basalt. The library is not to be built upon the land, but it come up from it.

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ACOUSTIBOOTH

ACOUSTICALLY RESPONSIVE INSTALLATION + FURNITURE SPRING 2012 | EUGENE, OREGON, USA

In an effort to solve a never-ending issue of not having a private place to take a phone call, the Digital Media Collaborative worked towards creating a space to solve that problem. We call it the parametrically-designed, acoustically responsive phone booth. The ribbed structure was formed with the contours of the human form to create the most comfortable seating possible. The external paneled skin performs to respond to the interior ribs, shield external sounds, and to perform as a surface for the embedded LED lights to bounce on. The lights are responsive to the human voice as to show those passing that a phone call is in session. DMC Crew: Ben Prager, Ivan Kostic, Edward Peter Evanich, Jeff Sattler, Eric Carbonnier, Michael Bowles, Carolyn Lieberman, Idil Gumruk


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LEFT: NOTRE DAME, PARIS, FRANCE BELOW: CITY SKYLINES: BARCELONA, PARIS, PRAGUE RIGHT: PRAGUE: CHURCH OF OUR LADY, VLTAVA RIVER, CHARLES BRIDGE TOWER,

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LEFT: PATTERNS FROM BOTTOM-UP RIGHT: PATTERNS INTO PERFORMATIVE LIGHT SYSTEMS

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TO CREATE ARCHITECTURE

SPACE, LIGHT, AND ORDER.

ARCHITECTURE

IS TO PUT IN ORDER.

THOSE ARE THE THINGS THAT

IS THE LEARNED GAME,

PUT WHAT IN ORDER?

MEN NEED JUST AS MUCH AS

CORRECT AND MAGNIFICENT,

FUNCTION AND OBJECTS.

THEY NEED BREAD OR A

OF FORMS ASSEMBLED IN

PLACE TO SLEEP.

THE LIGHT.

LE CORBUSIER

LE CORBUSIER

LE CORBUSIER

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EVERY CHILD IS AN ARTIST.

T HE

Yaks

ARE

g n i l l a C

THE PROBLEM IS HOW TO REMAIN AN ARTIST ONCE HE GROWS UP. PABLO PICASSO

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EDUCATION CAROLYN HAEJOO LIEBERMAN cargocollective.com/carolynlieberman linkedin.com/pub/carolyn-lieberman/70/215/8a5/ c1lieberman@gmail.com | chl@uoregon.edu (949) 939-8924

HONORS & RECOGNITION

Unviersity of Orgeon, Eugene, Oregon Bachelor of Architecture Candidate 2015 Minor in Music

Fall 2011 - Present

University of Oregon Outstanding Scholar University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

Student Researcher | Urban Interactions Lab Unviersity of Orgeon, Eugene, Oregon

Fall 2012 - Present

Student researchers in the Urban Interactions Lab have been working since the Fall of 2012 to develop an interactive bike-sharing system for the city of Portland. The researchers work under Architecture assistant professor, Philip Speranza and Product Design assistant professor, Jason Germany.

Summer 2013-Spring 2014

HOPES (Holistic Options for Planet Earth Sustainability) is the only student-run conference that focuses on sustainabe design practices. It is currently in its 20th anniversary, and takes place on campus every Spring term.

Design Media Teaching Assistant University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

Spring 2013, 2014

Design media teaching assistants delve into diagramming techniques by abstracting data into visualizations. The TA’s are expected to lead classes and provide feedback on students’ work.

Media Coach University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

Winter 2013

Media coaches act as teaching assistants to facilitate media Demonstrations and workshops as defined by the course instructor. Coaches are expected to spend six hours a week participating in lectures, demonstrations, discussions, desk critiques, and class reviews.

Architecture Intern haascookzemmrich STUDIO2050, Stuttgart, Germany

Winter 2011 - Present

Three projects in various subjects have been archived by the University of Oregon Architecture Department for accreditation purposes

EXPERIENCE

HOPES | Co-Director University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

Architecture Department Archived Work University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

Summer 2013

Student interns at haacookzemmrich worked directly under the principals Martin Haas, David Cook, and Stephan Zemmrich. Duties included model building, working drawings, graphic design, archiving, and site documentation.

Winter 2011 - Present

The University of Oregon Outstanding Scholar program recognizes the achievements of the University’s most outstanding individuals and encourages them to continue their higher education by exploring opportunities through scholarships.

EXTRACURRICULARS Digital Media Collaborative University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

Spring 2012 - Present

President Fall 2012 - Spring 2013 The ducties of the president include the overseeing project tasks and budgeting.

Secretary Fall 2013 - Present The ducties of the secretary include taking meeting minutes, and sending out emails and reminders.

KTISMA | Outreach Manager University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

Summer 2013 - Fall 2013

The ducties of the outreach manager included sending calls for submition to various individuals, schools, and organizations. American Institute of Architecture Students University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

Spring 2011 - Present

Fall 2012 - Spring 2013 Secretary The ducties of the secretary include taking meeting minutes, and sending out emails and reminders.

SKILLS Adobe Suite: Illustrator Photoshop InDesign

Rhino Grasshopper SketchUp ArcGIS

AutoCAD Powerpoint Word Excel

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Carolyn Lieberman Portfolio 2014  

University of Oregon, B.Arch Candidate, 2015 Architecture, design, graphic design & art works

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