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CODY CORNELLIER

UNDERGRADUATE PORTFOLIO

CODY CORNELLIER

UNDERGRADUATE PORTFOLIO


CODY CORNELLIER

Fireworks Work Experience Cornellier Inventory, Shipping, Sales

Beloit, WI

May ‘95 - Present

Industrial Landscaping Retaining Wall Destruction and Construction

Janesville / Madison , WI

April ’06 - February ‘07

Security Guard

Beloit, WI

November ’06 - August ‘07

DockAssociate / Forklift

Rockford, IL / Milwaukee, WI

May ’06 - Present

Mural design and implication, Instillations

Milwaukee, WI

September ‘07 - Present

Janesville, WI

Fall ‘05 - Spring ‘07

Milwaukee, WI

Fall ’07 - Present Fall ’07 - Present

Erosion Technologies Watson Security Fed Ex Freight Artist

Education

UW - Rock County Major : Engineering general

UW - Milwaukee Major : Architecture Minor : Structural Engineering

Design Competition ‘08/‘09 Academic Awards Sarup 2nd place level 1 : Light Pole Courtyard Project Dean’s List Fall ‘05 Spring ‘07 Fall ’07 Spring ‘08 Fall ’08

Technology

UW - Rock County UW - Rock County UW - Milwaukee UW - Milwaukee UW - Milwaukee

Diagraming Illustrator - Expert InDesign - Expert Photoshop - Expert

Computer Drafting 2D/3D AutoCad Google Sketchup

Productivity Microsoft Office

Activities

2211 N. Cambridge Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53202 (608) 295 8339 Cornell3@uwm.edu

Music

Production, Recording, Writing, Mastering

Dance

Swing dancing, Ballroom, Choreography

Art

Painting, Sketching, Graphic Design

Photography Capturing, Editing


This is a collection of my art.


Projects Drawings Portrait Mural Kiss Of Death Mural Phenomenal Transparency Light Pole Courtyard Bike Parking Surface Tessellation Public Pool Spiral Dorm Double Roof System Cube

(1-2) (3) (4) (5-8) (9-12) (13-14) (15-16) (17-18) (19-20) (21-22) (23)


Colored Pencil on Paper

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Drawings

Pencil on Paper

Pencil on Paper

Pencil on Paper


Pencil on Paper

Colored Pencil on Paper

Charcoal on Paper

Art Work 2


Mural Latex Paint on Plaster

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Portrait Mural


Mural Latex Paint on Latex Paint

Kiss of Death Mural

Art Work 4


+ Microstructure of copper

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Phenomenal Transparency

= Microstructure of glass

Combination of the two to make parten on panels


Interior or exterior wall panel system. Shown is one panel of that system. It is a full scale mock up at 16� by 16�. The design incorporates a sheet of copper and a sheet of glass. The pattern acid etched in the copper and sand blasted into the glass is the mixture of each materials micro structure. LED lights are incorporated into the glass to accentuate the contrast of the two parts and reveal the depth of the panel. The LED lights can be changed to a specific color or slowly blend from color to color.

Fabrication Methodologies 6


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Phenomenal Transparency


Fabrication Methodologies 8


The goal of this project was to use motion around the neglected grass courtyard of the school of architecture to draw attention to it. With few green spaces on the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee campus, this space deserved more appreciation then it was getting. Students commonly walk around all sides of it but rarely walk through it. Cars drive past to get to the parking lot but never to get to the courtyard itself. 196 light poles were placed in the grass portion of the courtyard. 10 motion sensors were connected to zones of the light poles. 5 of which were placed along the most common path of foot traffic outdoors around the site. 4 motion sensors were wireless and placed inside the school of architecture along the main hallway which has a glass wall that faces the courtyard. The last motion sensor was placed in the alley that is the vehicle entrance to the parking lot next to the courtyard.

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Light Pole Courtyard


Studio 10


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Light Pole Courtyard


Studio 12


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Bike Parking


Bike parking pole intended to change the bike parking experience by making it interactive with the user. The more one uses the pole the higher the pole will go. The pole remembers previous users and stores information input by the user such as distance traveled and the vehicle that would of been driven instead of riding a bike. The pole keeps track of this information and informs the user and passers by of facts such as carbon foot print, miles traveled the current day and total miles traveled over time. This information is displayed on an LED screen that is wrapped around the pole.

Studio 14


Width 3 Panel Sizes

1 Curve 1 Flat Spacing Panel

Bumps Push Out 3 Circle Sizes Circle Bump Outs

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Surface Tessellation


Copper facade panel system consisting of curved panels with pressed hemispheres ranging in 3 different sizes. The panel built is a full scale mock up at 16� by 16�.

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Public pool on an in fill site in between a hardware store and a grocery store. The parti was to center the pool area on the site and slide a U-shaped bar of support space around it. Centering the pool area pulls the space away from the party walls of the adjacent buildings allowing for the walls to become glazing providing ample portions of natural light. Also, because of its high required ceiling height, centering the space pulled the tall portion of the building off the street edge allowing the facade to fit well into the context.

Parti PARTI

WEST ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION

West Elevation WEST ELEVATION PLAN - FIRST FLOOR

NORTH-EAST ISOMETRIC

FIGURE GROUND NORTH-EAST ISOMETRIC PLAN - FIRST FLOOR

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PLAN - SECOND FLOOR

Public Pool

SITE COMMERCIAL


PLAN - FIRST FLOOR

PLAN - SECOND FLOOR

East - West Section EAST-WEST SECTION

Studio 18


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Spiral Dorm


A short study of a cellular dormitory floor plan arrangements The solution is a cell that is an eighth of a circular floor plan. Five of the cells are for bedrooms, with two bedrooms in each cell. The other three cells are made up of two meeting rooms, a balcony, and a social area. Together each floor then becomes a bigger cell that is rotated 45 degrees from the floor under it. There is an entry to a spiral stair case that wraps around the out side of the building on each floor.

FALL ‘09 / ARCH 410 / PROJECT E1 / CELLULAR STRUCTURAL ORGINIZATION / CODY CORNELLIER

EXAMPLE FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/4” = 1’

ROOM DEATIL: FURNITURE AND LAYOUT SCALE: 1/16” = 1’

Studio 20


The program of this project was to create a kit of parts open air public market that has the ability to shade itself while still allowing natural lighting. The solution was a double roof system. The two layers of the roof used the kit of parts louvers in perpendicular directions of each other creating a lattice effect. By placing a spacer between the two roof layers the amount of shade was increased but also allowed for more indirect sunlight to reflect in between the layers and into the space below.

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Double Roof System


Studio 22


A research project of volume and space by designing and fabricating an 18� by 18� cube. Pushing the limit on how much of a cube could be removed and still read as a volume or space. The solution is an L-shape that is repeated on each side of the cube. This created an object from certain angles which still retained the shape of a cube and from other angles and orientations it became something entirely different.

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Cube

Studio


CODY CORNELLIER

UNDERGRADUATE PORTFOLIO

CODY CORNELLIER

UNDERGRADUATE PORTFOLIO

Cody Cornellier Undergraduate Portfolio  

A collectiion of my work in and out of school while persuing my undergraduate degree of Archectiure with a minor in structural engineering