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Cevan Noell Portfolio Community College of Philadelphia Jefferson University


Career Objective

Cevan Nichol Noell

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1(267) 274-7115 Cevannoell@gmail.com 6611 North 11th Street Philadelphia, PA 19126 Education 2018 - 2021 BACHELOR of ARCHITECTURE Jefferson University Philadelphia, PA 2014 - 2018 Associates of Art in Architecture Associates of Art in Interior Design Architectural Visualisation Certificate Community College of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA

Additional Skills Revit (2010 - 2019) AutoCAD (2010 - 2019) 3DS Max (2015 - 2019) Sketchup (2008 - 2019)

To bring my experience in task balancing and management to a team of forward thinking individuals who have a focused and detail oriented mindset.

Professional Experience Sous Chef June 2014 - May 2019 M.A.T.T.’s Sliders / Philadelphia, PA Managed and directed multiple staff in an industrial kitchen setting. Duties included organising, managing, rotating, and ordering new and existing food and goods as well as opening and closing the establishment. Intern June 2013 - August 2013 Naval Surface Warfare Center Systems Station / Philadelphia, PA Worked closely with 20 engineers through daily face to face office communication. Duties included assisting with general office maintenance and organisation as well as assisting in developing and testing ship elevator systems. Intern June 2012 - August 2012 K.S.S. Architecture / Philadelphia, PA Cevan is a ofstudent currently studying architecture at Jefferson University’s Assisted in theNoell development room layout plans for 4 projects using Autodesk Revit while working closely with 15 architects and He also holds an Associates of Arts East Falls Campus in Philadelphia, PA. draftsmen. Duties included library organisation.

in Architecture, an Associates of Arts in Interior Design, and an Architectural Visualization Profi ciency Certifi cate from The Community College of Philadelphia. Activites and Other Experience He Design has a variety of work experience Website 2013 from - Present10 years of professional catering and Designed and coded website for M.A.T.T.’s Sliders as well as personal architectural interning. When not dedicating his life to architecture, he enjoys website using HTML, Java, and Bootstrap. computer programming, reading comics, playing music (guitar, bass guitar, and Jefferson NOMAS Treasurer 2019 keyboard), mountain biking, and skateboarding. Treasurer for Jefferson’s NOMAS student organisation.

Rhino (2018 - 2019) Excel, Word, Powerpoint HTML, C++, C# Programming

Licenses and Certification O.S.H.A. 30 Certified (2015)

Jefferson University Glass Competition 2019 Designed runner up glass wall for Jefferson University’s 2019 Glass Competition. PORTFOLIO AND REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST


Table of Contents

Projects in Order of Appearance

Professional Skills

Proficient in Revit 2010-2019 Proficient in 3DS Max 2015-2019 Proficient in AutoCAD 2010-2019 Proficient in Google SketchUp Proficient in Rhino Proficient in Microsoft Office Proficient in Programming (HTML, C#, C++) O.S.H.A. 30 Certified

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Chapel of the Lake

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Akai-Shima

Non-Denominational Chapel Tiny Home/Studio Space

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Coltrane Park

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Spring Gardens

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Kuri Cabin

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Garden Pavilion

Low Ground Disturbance Shelter

Cherry Cherry POP Pop

Modular Night Seating Pop-up Jefferson

The site is located on the corner of 19th and C on the go style of food consumption. This Pop for local food vendor’s to come and sell, and s Glass Competition Entry modular seating booths are designed to be m site. During the evening they can be spread ou one hue to celebrate a holiday or event and cr

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Chapel of Our Lady of the Lake Non-Denominational Chapel Chapel of Our Lady Chapel of Our Lady of the Lake Non-Denominational Chapel of the Lake

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Pneumatic Rail System

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NYC Toobe

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Sculpture Garden

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Chapel of the Lake Non-Denominational Chapel

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Challenge: Design a non-denominational chapel and outdoor garden/meditation/gathering space. The spaces are to be used by persons from all faiths and should be the most universal form possible. I focused on shielding the site from the outside through heavy vegetation. I aimed to create a symbolic journey or katabasis to the chapel from the 17th street entrance by traveling through the forest and past the lake (over world) to the cut level (underworld) underneath the lake and into the chapel with views to the sky above that I aimed to represent a nirvana.

Concept Models


Precedents Casa Brutale (Concept) Open Platform for Architecture (OPM) Scanned with CamScanner

London City Hall Norman Foster _ London, England HĹ?koku-ji Bamboo Grove Kamakura, Japan

Louvres Block Summer Sun Heavy Vegetation for Shade and Site Cooling Solar Chimney Overhang Covering Skylight 2 Foot Thick Walls for Insulation

Water Collect(Thermal Mass)

Permeable Pavement Along Walkway

Permeable Pavement

Earth Sheltering on Three Sides

Scanned with CamScanner

Scanned with CamScanner

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Concept Sketches

Scanned with CamScanner

Site and Building Stainability Diagram

Summer Sun Angle Winter Sun Angle

Solar Angles and Penetration


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Office

PRVT

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PRVT

Storage

Coat

Kitchen

Mech.

Exterior Renders

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Floor Plan


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Akai-Shima

Tiny Home/Studio Space

Challenge: Design a tiny home or studio space that would be located on an empty lot. The project was to emphasise green choices in design and materials used. To keep within the green design priority the house’s footprint was limited to just under 100 sqft; as well as incorporated sustainable choices in materials (such as bamboo, recycled concrete), integrated and sustainable choices in design included water saving features (rain water collection barrel, composting toilet), capacity for solar panels on the roof, and an operable roof window for natural ventilation.

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Framework Elevations


Site Plan Studs (2x6 16" O.C.) Spray Foam 6" Insul.

Interior Drywall (34")

Moisture Barrier Membrain Airspace Layer Concrete Cladding

Sole Plate Plywood SubFloor(34")

OSB Sheathing (34")

Floor Joists (2x8 16" O.C.)

Rim Joist(2x8) Bolt Sill(6x2) Sill Seal Anchor Bolt

Termite Shield Spray Foam 8" Insul.

Grade

Rigid Board(41)

10"

Drainage Mat/Dampproofing Gravel Vapour Retarder

Footing/Foundation Wall (P.I.P.)

Frost Line

Rebar

1'-8" Drainage Drain

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Wall / Footing Detail

Wall / Roof Detail


Coltrane Park Sculpture Garden

Challenge: Create a walkable sculpture garden for a small art installation. The garden must include an area for congregation as well as areas of self reflection. I focused on a linear, axial, and choreographed experience.

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Site Plan

Finished Model

Section

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Perspective Drawings

Finished Model


Spring Gardens Garden Pavilion

Challenge: Design a garden structure that includes an outdoor covered pavilion for farmer’s markets and outdoor seating. The building’s footprint is inspired by the moment a flower bud begins to bloom and how one might perceived this action. The paths are organized in the movement of a raindrop.

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Concept Drawing


Study Model

South Exterior Render

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1. 2. 3. 4. Cevan Noell

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Studio 2

Scale:

3/32"=1'-0"

Spring 2017

Instructor:

David Bertram

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Floor Plan

Vegetable Washroom Kitchen Storage Covered Pavilion

Floor Plan


Kuri Cabin

Low Ground Disturbance Shelter

Challenge: Kuri Cabin’s design (Inspired by “Hut on Sleds” by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects), perches itself on sleds to minimise contact with the ground. Nearly the entire facade is enveloped behind rough reclaimed timber clad shutters, which fold away to reveal and shade a large picturesque window on the front facade. Inside, the intimate cabin has ample storage on the warm walnut built in bookshelves, while heat is supplied by way of a kindling burning oven. At the rear of the cabin, a lofted sleeping area is accessible via ladder. Kuri Cabin takes advantage of the park’s natural splendour by enhancing inhabitants’ views.

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Diagrams


Views

Highly Obstructed Views To The South With Unobstructed Views To The North

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Bounded By Foliage To The South, With Relatively Open Views To A Stream To The North

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Circulation

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Access Paths Form A Circulation Loop To Existing Trail

Interior Rendering

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Loft Floor Plan

Main Living Space Entry Porch N Sleeping Loft

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Ground Floor Plan

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Ground Floor Plan

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SLEEPING LOFT ENTRY PORCH LIVING SPACE EXTERIOR PORCH 3

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Loft Floor Plan

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Site Plan

Exterio

Entry Render

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Inspired by “Hut on Sleds” Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects

Logitudial Section

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Cherry Pop

Modular Night Seating Pop Up

Challenge: Located on the corner of 19th and Cherry Streets in Center City Philadelphia. This Pop-up would enhance the area by supplying a visually interesting evening display to attract people who would otherwise leave the area after working hours, give space to local food vendors to sell, and supply a space for relaxing and interaction between commuters, local residents, and tourists that frequent the area. To better interact with the daily shifts in the usage of the area, the modular seating booths are designed to be moveable as well as color customized.

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modular seating booths are designed to be moveable as well as color customizable. During the heavy morning commute the booths site. During the evening they can be spread out to welcome slower moving traffic. This allows for each booth to be an independent e one hue to celebrate a holiday or event and creating a carefully choreographed arrangement. Cherry Street

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19th Street

Cherry POP The site is located on the corner of 19th and Cherry Streets in Center City Philadelphia. Through our research and observations there seemed to be little to no spaces for people to sit and eat. Most of the eateries cater to a more on the go style of food consumption. This Pop-up would enhance the area by supplying a visually interesting evening display to attract people who would otherwise leave the area once they are done with their day, give space for local food vendor’s to come and sell, and supply a space for relaxing and interaction between commuters, local residents, and tourists that frequent the area. To better interact with the daily shifts in the usage of the area, the modular seating booths are designed to be moveable as well as color customizable. During the heavy morning commute the booths could be pushed out of the way to better allow fast moving pedestrian traffic on and off the site. During the evening they can be spread out to welcome slower moving traffic. This allows for each booth to be an independent entity, with their own lights and orientation or to allow for booths to act as a whole, lighting as Night Circulation Diagram Night Site Circulation Diagram one hue to celebrate a holiday or event and creating a carefully choreographed arrangement. Phillies

Cherry Street

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Flyers Cherry Street

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Earth Day

Eagles

Easter Independence Day 19th Street

Booth Color Diagram for Events Glass Acrilic

Dark Steel

Dark Stained Wood

Steel

Rubber Tile

LED Strips

19th Street

Frosted Acrilic

Cherry Street Rendering

Day Circulation Diagram

Night Circulation Diagram

Primary Day Site Circulation Diagram Secondary

Phillies

Flyers

Breast Cancer

Earth Day

Eagles

Easter Independence Day

Booth Color Diagram for Events Frosted Acrilic

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Glass Acrilic

Dark Steel

Dark Stained Wood

Steel

Rubber Tile

LED Strips

During the heavy morning commute the booths are designed to be pushed out of the way to allow fast moving pedestrian traffic on and off the site. During the evening they would be spread out to welcome slower moving19th traffi c. Street Re and Cherry Material Diagram

Module Sample Colors Cherry Street Rendering


Booth Color Diagram for Events Frosted Acrilic

Glass Acrilic

Dark Steel

Dark Stained Wood

Steel

Strips Night LED Circulation Diagram

Rubber Tile

Material Diagram

19th and Phillies

Flyers

Cherry Street Rendering Breast Cancer

Earth Day

Eagles

Easter Independence Day

Booth Color Diagram for Events Frosted Acrilic

19th Street Elevation

Glass Acrilic

Materiality Diagram

Material Diagram

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Each booth is an independent entity, Rubber able Tile Dark Steel Dark Stained Wood Steel to have their own lights and orientation or to act as a whole, lighting as one hue to celebrate a holiday or event and creating a carefully choreographed arrangement. 19th and Cherry Street Rendering

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19th Street Elevation

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LED Strips

Cherry Street Rendering

View From Cherry Street Towards Vending Area

View From 19th Street Looking South

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8 PM

19th and Cherry Street Rendering

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Solar Study


Fractured

Jefferson Glass Competition (2nd Place)

Challenge: 1 Kelly Drive requires a privacy wall to separate it’s carpark from the green set back created between Kelly Drive and the building edge. Fractured, breathes visual interest back into an under-stimulating stretch of historic waterfront real estate while paying homage to the local geographic conditions. Fractured, accomplishes this by offering two layers of interaction; a large flowing sculpture made to be experienced from afar by car or bike, as well as a more human scaled glass wall up close. the shape of the wall panels invoke the form of the natural stone cliffs found along the river’s edge.

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Physical Model Photographs


SITE MAP

SITE SECTION 0

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KELLY DRIVE ELEVATION

Kelly Drive Elevation

LED STRIP

BLACK SPANDREL GLASS

MOUNTED TO STEEL TRUSS STRUCTURE

STEEL TRUSS SUPPORT WITH SECONDARY PANEL SUPPORT

CONCRETE

POURED IN PLACE, MEDIUM GREY

1/4” GAP AT JOINTS

Construction begins with a poured concrete base embedded with steel support rods to transfer the load of the wall to the ground. The main load bearing element is a steel truss running along the central mass of the wall. LED strip lightning is then installed on the vertical face of the truss. Each panel of spindral glass is mounted to an aluminium frame and then attached to the main supporting truss via aluminium rods.

CONSTRUCTION BEGINS WITH A POURED CONCRETE BASE IMBEDDED WITH STEEL SUPPORT RODS TO TRANSFER THE LOAD OF THE WALL TO THE GROUND. THE MAIN LOAD BEARING ELEMENT IS A STEEL TRUSS RUNNING ALONG THE CENTRAL MASS OF THE WALL. LED STRIP LIGHTING IS THEN INSTALLED ON THE VERTICAL FACE OF THE TRUSS. EACH PANEL OF SPINDRAL GLASS IS MOUNTED TO AN ALUMINIUM FRAME AND THEN ATTACHED TO THE MAIN SUPPORTING TRUSS VIA ALUMINIUM RODS.

Material and Structural Diagram

MATERIAL AND STRUCTURE DIAGRAM

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Section


NYC Toobe

Pneumatic Rail System

Challenge: With rising sea levels and an already flooding subway system, New York City required a transit system capable of functioning in the now flooded subway without being impacted by water. In this hypothetical situation, I created three sample structures (attached, spanning, and underground) for a self sealing pneumatic transit system (Toobe).

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Site Map


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W.R. Grace Building W.R. G Attached Condition Example

Adaptability

With the vying for space on Manhattan, adaptability is key. Toobe’s structure relies on a lightweight steel, plastic, and plexiglass construction that allows relatively high adaptability in deployment and appearance. This gives a softer visual impact when compared with conventional constructions as well as allowing for forms that enhance the pedestrian experience.

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West Elevation (100% Expanded) Building Entry Approach (100% Side Elevation

South Building ElevationEntry (100% Approach Expanded) (100% Expanded) Front Elevation 0 10

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W.R. Grace Building Attached Condition Example

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EAST BALCONY

WEST BALCONY

SUITABLE FOR DELICATE INTERACTIONS WITH EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE CAUSING MINIMUM DISRUPTIONS TO STRUCTURE AND SURROUNDINGS.

MAIN CONCOURSE (BELOW)

Interaction

Toobe’s structural system is adaptable to above ground operations and allows delicate interactions with existing infrastructure with minimal disruptions to structure and surroundings.

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Platform Level Plan

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Section Through Platform

INTERACTION

NORTH BALCONY

NORTH BALCONY

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THOUGH TOOBE IS DESIGNED TO PRIMARILY FUNCTION AS A SUBTERRANEAN TRANSIT SYSTEM UTILISING THE EXISTING NEW YORK SUBWAY TUNNELS AND STATION SPACES, WHERE REQUIRED THE SYSTEM IS ADAPTABLE TO ABOVE GROUND OPERATIONS. THE LIGHTWEIGHT CONSTRUCTION IS SUITABLE FOR DELICATE INTERACTIONS WITH EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE CAUSING MINIMUM DISRUPTIONS TO STRUCTUREView AND From East Balcony SURROUNDINGS. EAST BALCONY

WEST BALCONY

View From West Balcony (60% Expanded)

MAIN CONCOURSE (BELOW)

Grand Central 42nd Street Spanning Condition Example 0

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Platform Level Plan

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View From Main Floor (60% Expanded)

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Section Through Platform

West Elevation (60% Expanded)

Section Facing West

View From West Balcony (60% Expanded)


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Spanning Condition Example


NETWORK IS RAPIDLY ADAPTABLE TO HOUSING TOOBE’S INFRASTRUCTURE. TOOBE’S INFRASTRUCTURE.

Reuse

With an established network of now flooding tunnels, New York’s subway network is rapidly adaptable to housing Toobe’s infrastructure. Surface Level Access to Underground Concourse Surface Level

Access to Underground Concourse

Mezzanine Level Connections to Broadway Line Platforms and Mezzanine Level Lower Mezzanine

Connections to Broadway Line Platforms and Lower Mezzanine

Deflated Condition

Upper Platform Level Platforms Serving Broadway Lines Lower Mezzanine with Connections to Upper Platform Level 7th Avenue Line Platforms Platforms Serving Broadway Lines Lower Mezzanine with Connections to 7th Avenue Line Platforms

Inflated (Bypass) Condition

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Lower Platform Level Serving the 7th Avenue Line Lower Platform Level Serving the 7th Avenue Line


Times Square

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Underground Condition Example


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Jefferson University Architecture Portfolio 2019  

Portfolio for 2019 including designs from the Community College of Philadelphia and Jefferson University (PhilaU).

Jefferson University Architecture Portfolio 2019  

Portfolio for 2019 including designs from the Community College of Philadelphia and Jefferson University (PhilaU).

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