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Christine Do

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Architecture + Design

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CONTENT 05 Resume 06 Hugs-Hug Recreation and Park 14 SkyWalk MultiPlex 18 Torry Pines Performing Art Foundation 26 Nodal Parkside Library 34 Landscape Design - Colorado Park 36 Facade Design - Copley Symphony Hall 40 Concrete Design


Christine Do Garden Grove, CA (714) 675-0326

http://issuu.com/christinedo/docs/christined_portfolio_6_24_14 christinedo02@gmail.com

Objectives Innovative and hard working designer focused on achieving exceptional results in a collaborative environment. Dedicated professional with experience in model making with basswood, foamcore, and acrylic with consideration to building codes and engineering decisions. Skilled in digital models, renderings, and construction details. Proficient in current Adobe CS6: Illustrator, Indesign and Photoshop and other computional skills. Software 3D: Autodesk: Revit Rhinoceros Sketchup Skills 2D: Adobe: Illustrator InDesign Photoshop Autodesk: AutoCAD Microsoft Office: Word Powerpoint Excel

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Certification Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Construction Documents Technologist (CDT)

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Education NewSchool of Architecture + Design, San Diego, CA Master of Architecture (Magna Cum Laude)

2011- 2014

University of California, Riverside Bachelor of Business Economics Employment ARCHevon, Inc. , Milpitas, CA Architectural Designer - Execute firm’s design philosophy through graphic renderings - Produce architectural construction drawings - Prepared presentations and project bidding - Coordinate with outside consultants and vendors

2005- 2007 2014-2015

Dougherty + Dougherty Architects, LLP, Irvine, CA Internship position - Architect’s Assistant - Maintained construction document database - Assisted front desk with various tasks - Prepared projects color boards

2010- 2011

Wells Fargo Bank, Costa Mesa, Ca Personal Banker Position - Analyzed applicant's financial problems - Worked with clients to identify their financial goals - Recommended and explained credit policies, credit lines, and procedures - Assisted tellers with banking transactions

2007- 2009

Related Rome Summer Program Experience Explored geometries through Roman architecture Honors NewSchool President’s List Presidential Scholarship NewSchool President’s List Presidential Scholarship Other Advanced Vietnamese Languages Beginner Spanish

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HUGS-HUB IDEA

Russia Canada Germany France

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> The busiest border border crossing in the world

Spain

United States

China

HALLS

Mexico

US is leading in...

Border Crossing San Diego| Tijuana

Electricity Production (kWh) millions

Christine Do

US $4,054,353 MX $218,654

“...where ideas and innovations from two worlds mingle�

Brazil

CO 2 Emission (Kt) thousands

US 5,834 MX 383

Thesis Statement: United States

Health Expendition

Public space has been known as a touch stone for humanity critical theory in relation to philosophy, cultural studies, social studies, and urban design. The outcome of achieving good public space not only improves social wellness but also improves environment, public health, public transporation, pedestrian transporation and reduces crime.

China

US $5,711 MX $372

France & Germany Canada, Brazil, Spain & Russia Others

GDP 2012 (millions)

US $ 16,244,600 MX $ 1,183,655

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border TOTAL TRADE 26crossings from Mexico $155.2 bill

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Metro Station

Protected Land Existing Street Grid

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Nogales, AZ

Calexico, CA Otay Mesa, CA San Ysidro, CA

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TOTAL El Paso, TX PERSONAL TOTAL PEDESTRIANS VEHICAL

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Trolley Lines Train lines

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Laredo,TX

Brownsville ,TX 22 23 24

Higaldo, TX mil

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Insfrastructures

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VEVO concert hall

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SnapChat

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Open-air exhibition space

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Energy CarPark

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Shops / Park 1

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Shops / Park 2

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Bicycle Park

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Bus Drop-Off

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Zen Garden

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QuickPay Metro

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Urban Hot-Spot 1

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Energy Field

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Entrance

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Master Plan

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precast conc panel w/ steel embed plates caulking @ metal flashing

built up membrane roofing over 3” rigid insulation conc. roof deck

membrane roofing

4” concrete cover w/ rebar

stl channel mud stop

steel angle support

steel angle clips

steel angle bracing support

18” deep stl open web joist

Parapet @ Roof Concrete Cavity Wall glazing

Steel Pipes

4” concrete with rebars ea. over 3” metal deck

Metal Clips Metal Bracket Floor Finish Vapor Barrier Concrete Slab

Panel Track

Glazing

Floor @ Column 2

Rubber base

Steel Beam Metal Decking Ceiling Cables Drop Ceiling

Floor @ Column 1 Perforated Copper Panels (4’ x 8’)

5/8” gyp. board on insulation @steel column ABS @ Stl. Base over non shrink grout on concrete with rebar.

Fragmented Detail

Footing @ Column Facade Attachment Detail

Glazing Attachment Detail

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SKYWALK

MultiPLEX

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Mediatech Library Museum Interactive Children Lobby Lecture Hall Hotel Information Lobby Restaurants/ Cafe Bicycle shops/rentals Bar Roof gardens Riverpark Event pockets Bicycle path Shading structure Semi-public plaza Eco-Parking Green Roof

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Roof Plan 400’

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Third Floor 50’

Second Floor 400’

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First Floor 400’

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Site Plan 400’

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Performing Arts Center Torrey Pines High School

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Located on the Torrey Pines High School overlooking the city of San Diego, small site that is sitting in the back of school adjacently to a school parking promises a new iconic framework of the sites’ users and community. The site is currently covered with dirt, wild plants and grasses. Looking West, 5 interstate is running from North to South and its half-mile surroundings on both West and South are covered much of residential houses. In the North-East, Torrey Pines Dog Park and Public Park are blended creating a seamlessly vast of green lawn meeting the horizontal line of the sky. But much more or less of the school’s site condition information, Torrey Pines High School maintains a long architectural history.

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Prior to 1936, North County students went to high school in Oceanside, California. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the large amount of growth projected to the growth of the area determined that a second high school was needed. Torrey Pines High School was built and opened in the fall of 1974 when initial access was from the original alignment of two-lanes only Black Mountain Rd. After Del Mar Heights Road was extended east, the access road was modified. At the time the school was being built with an open courtyard, classrooms with no windows, and many of the classrooms had no doors with wide hallways and large carpeted podium-like benches one could sit on. Over the time, there were some noticeable discrepancies: there was an immediate shortage of classrooms and lockers. Portable classrooms had to be brought in and food service building was utilized instead of vending machines.

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Most of building on the South side are currently new. In the 1980s, the school was expanded towards Del Mar Heights Road, creating rooms 41 – 62; a new parking, bus, and student drop-off area was added; a football stadium built. These changes caused the original portable classrooms to be converted to a weight room and other sport-related uses. In addition, the original school black box theater is now used as a lecture hall. In 2003, Building E and G were finally built to the growth demand. Furthermore, more stairs were constructed to many existing buildings in response to easy access for site users and students.

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Since all building in the North of the school existed in 1970s, both building’s facade and volumetric appeared flat from a far distance. Therefore, I envision an iconic theater is much higher in height and volumetric. The theater will activate the West parking as the secondary main entrance as its foyer opens up to frame a picture of the Torrey Pines Public Park in the East and captures the sunset in the West. Bridging the north side the sound side lot of the site, flexible classrooms/exhibition is the transition between public and private areas. The framework will serve academic values such as art, performance art, lectures, and professional conferences. This way, students can be well-rounded and can empower their knowledge educationally from both educators and professionals. At the same time, this iconic may also provide scholarly activities to the Del Mar community in a meaningful and sincerely ways. As the school vision statement is "Our vision is to be a dynamic community of lifelong learners who make significant contributions in our world."

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1. Auditorium 2. Stage 3. Lobby 4. Foyer 5. A/V Room 6. Auditorium Storage 7.Black Box 8. Black Box Storage 9. Shop 10. Shop Storage 11. Shop Office 12. Equipment Room 13. Women’s Toilet 14. Men’s Toilet 15. Janitor 16. Equipment2

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NODAL PARKSIDE LIBRARY Located in the heart of San Diego’s old cultural and new shopping center, “Nodal Parkside Library” is a proposal for extension of the 10,000-square foot branch Linda Vista Library. Since 1987, the public reading house has been well organized and an enjoyable reading space. But as time passes, the library is facing more and more user demanding challenges. The improvement for technology is shifting many hard copy materials to digital copies. To fulfill increasing demand in technology, the core idea is to expand the parking as an architectural park for the existing library.

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San Diego City Collge Thomas Jefferson School of Law Point Loma High School University of San Diego Linda Vista Library Branch Kearny High School Herbert Hoover High School San Diego State University

The plan seeks to bridge the gap between the current structures to the outer shell of the library as friendlier park side amphitheater. Reminiscent of scaffolding and courtyard plazas, typological acclimation and park spaces combine to create nodes of experience for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers going to the library as going through a park. Upon entering, the visitor is greeted with mixed-used green center. the triple spaces of library, community garden, and park have been merged into a single open area suitable for peaceful contemplation. The secondary space is devoted to digital experimentation.Mobile work-carts, rolling tables, and digital book-checking kiosks allow the inquisitive patrons to create the personal workspace. The final space is where the visitor can relax under the shade or activly use for daily functions such as running, impromptu meetings, or exhibitions. This library will also serve as 24-hr service needs for the community and local educators. The design intent enables the provision of on-site accessing information through the use of personal devices as book drops and information kiosks will display to minimize the controlled environment of information. The “Nodal Parkside Library� will continue to serve historic users as it creates nodes of pathways and zones to help guide visitors as it symbolizes the break with tradition. ley

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Group Study Area

Community book drop-off Sharing ramp

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Landscape Design Situated in the Coronado bay front, a small site that has a lush looking vista to San Diego’s Downtown is a new framework providing an adventurous experience. Looking East from the parking lot, a sensuous drift seamlessly aligns the lawn to the downtown skyline. This fluid landscape breaks the boundary between the circulation paths while providing private enclosures to hang out and view the downtown. The sculpted landform creates a clearing for the users to bike down the path between the mounds. A large tree on South side set the beginning of the journey while creating a transition into a path. A few others frame other gateways to the site. The aligned three feet shrubs path defines the curvature circulation paths while provides enclosures to other parts of the landscape. Not only is this unexpected as one walks through the dunes, but it makes the vista seem enjoyably breathtaking. The site is composed of six knolls that are three to six feet in height, but variable in length and shape. Blocking the view of the parking, two offset, long and narrow mounds create a rupture that brings visitor into the site through a pedestrian gateway. Carrying them across a eight foot wide concrete biking path, the visitor continue his expedition to the water. The coastal dunes gradually slope to meet the water creating a series of shaded seclusive meeting areas. Sitting along the fold of the those knolls, three different length size shaded structures are casting beautiful pattern shadows on the sloped lawn dunes while providing a protective stretch during hot summer days. Framing the perfect spot of Coronado bayfront, the promenaded six feet height mound will be served as an 180 degree lookout to downtown San Diego and the Coronado Bridge. Located at the node of intersection of the main paths, three volumetric infrastructures along the variable slope is an addition to this natural landscape. Blocking the parking lot, a 15 feet tall, 1000 square foot restaurant creates an inviting place to look out the ocean. Meanwhile, two other infrastructures of 700 and 400 square foot across the bike path compose meet-up areas. These structures sights the center node of the intervention where publicity are defined. Allowing a fresh breeze to the site, the flowing setting embodies tranquility and excitement. This memorable adventurous place not only serves as a functional space for families and visitors, but also as the icon of the city’s beachfront.

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Facade design

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Columns Proposal envelope 23rd Floor 22sd Floor 21st Floor 20th floor

Proposal Glazing Ceiling Panel Structural Beam System Concrete Floor Connection Node

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site plan

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First floor plan

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Concrete design

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(6,11.5,2.00)

(3,10.3.25)

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(12,10.5,3.125)

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(12,8.5,2.5) (6,7.5,2.75)

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(12,2.5,2.50)

(3,1.5,3.50)

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