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KELLY COLE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER


CONTENTS PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Epic Theatres in Orlando Merriam Village

STUDENT PROJECTS

Rosedale Redevelopment Bamako Design Research Center The Living Laboratory Representations

OTHER DESIGN WORK Furniture Design IIDA Color + Couture


completed project

EPIC THEATRES IN ORLANDO TK Architects International (spring 2015) Architectural Design Team: Kelly Cole, Ian Wilson, Steven Dragan, Tony DiMartino Epic Theatres in Orlando, Florida is a new twelve screen theater that opened in the spring of 2016. As the job captain, I worked directly with the client and coordinated across disciplines and client vendors. My involvement started during the design development phase, and I developed the layout based on client preference and coordination with structural, mechanical, electrical and plumbing. Revit allowed me to monitor conflicts between disciplines and produce a successful set of documents for construction. I was the main point of contact through consturction adminstration to completion.


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MERRIAM VILLAGE TK Architects International (spring 2015) Architectural Design Team: Kelly Cole, Ian Wilson, Steven Dragan TK Architects was chosen to design the dark shell for a small shop in the Merriam Village development. I became involved once the initial design had been approved, so I developed and detailed the building based on the architectural purpose and technical requirements. It was important to show how the different assemblies, masonry and steel, come together and interact with different architectural elements, such as the exterior canopies. Each detail was developed to express the initial design intent, but focused on the constructability and cost effectiveness of the overall project.


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PREFINISHED METAL COPING, COLOR TO MATCH EIFS

completed project

SLOPE DOWN

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CONTINUOUS BEAD OF SEALANT BETWEEN DISIMILAR MATERIALS BATT INSULATION STACKED STONE APPLIED TO 5/8" DENSGLASS ON 6" METAL STUD FRAMING

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ROSEDALE REDEVELOPMENT Kansas University (fall 2016) Professor: Roberto Castillo The Rosedale neighborhood of Kansas City is a growing development, and with the increasing number of residents and visitors, the neighborhood faces redevelopment. This proposal introduces mixed-use development along Southwest Boulevard, an industrial corridor. The existing site conditions consist of broken sidewalks, overgrown vegetation, and heavy traďŹƒc. To revitalize the growing corridor, this proposal aims to improve pedestrian access, encourage business growth, and increase housing options.


The current site conditions keep pedestrians on Southwest Boulevard, and there are few opportunities for visitors to explore the neighborhood and surrounding area. Along with the connection to the neighborhood and downtown, the Rozark Trails and the Turkey Creek Trails frame the Southwest Boulevard corridor. This proposal utilizes the orientation of the site to form a secondary axis. This axis will provide a transition from single family homes to town homes to low-rise, high-density apartments to the urban condition of Southwest Boulevard.

existing site analysis

proposed site plan


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WORKOUT ROOM


A. 1 bedroom (775 SF) B. 2 bedroom (1,125 SF) C. studio (665 SF) W/D

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The apartment design is centered around expansive windows on the North and South facades. An open floor plan is provided for the kitchen, dining and living spaces to promote natural ventilation and maximize winter sun exposure through the entire apartment. Punched window openings are utilized throughout the interior courtyard to provide additional views from the apartment.

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upper level apartment plan

PANTRY

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A traditional brick design is utilized along Southwest Boulevard, but the brick begins to undulate in the interior courtyard in response to the human scale. upper level townhome plan


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A. exhibit B. furniture workshop C. basketry workshop D. textile workshop E. pottery workshop F. administration

BAMAKO DESIGN RESEARCH CENTER Washington University in St. Louis (spring 2013) Professor: Zeuler Lima, Design Team: Kelly Cole, Ellen Knoll The design for the research center started from understanding the process of West-African products, including furniture, basketry, textile, and pottery. The museum is constructed of rammed earth, creating an intimate environment where the final products are displayed. The workshops radiate from the center, and each one is designed for the process of a specific product. Based on traditional workshops, the bands are defined by wooden columns to allow natural light and ventilation.


textile workshop

pottery workshop


wetland plants

THE LIVING LABORATORY Washington University in St. Louis (fall 2012) Professor: Gia Daskalasis The living laboratory is a flood mitigation project. It was developed from the layers of transportation that were already present. However, it was important to provide a layer of pedestrian walkways and an environment for people to learn about the river. As the water level changes, concrete retaining walls allow the river to move through the site, starting with a forested wetland at low levels to an open water environment at high levels. The pedestrian walkways are raised above the wetlands for people to interact with the river at all water levels and learn about the different wetland environments.


REPRESENTATIONS Washington University in St. Louis (fall 2011) Professor: Catalina Freixas Using different graphic representations, I developed supplemental drawings to support my studio work. I studied the Giovannitti House for the first half of the semester and developed a hybrid drawing of orthographic and perspective drawings to emphasize the grid. For the second half of the semester, I created a sectional perspective and tectonic rendering to help support my design project, a community pool.


FURNITURE DESIGN Washington University in St. Louis (spring 2013) Professor: Carl Safe The concept and geometry of my coffee table derived from water lilies, and the design developed as different construction methods were taken into consideration. Each board in the top and base was cut to mimic the leaf veins radiating from a central point, and to emphasize this feature, each piece was strategically cut based on the wood grain direction and color variation. The shelf continued the geometric pattern from the top, but was recessed to mimic the radial notch in the leaf and to provide a different surface for storage. The circular voids were used to further emphasize the geometry.


Photo Credit: Darius Hollwell

inspiration

preliminary sketch

IIDA COLOR + COUTURE TK Architects International (fall 2014) Design Team: Kelly Cole, Ashley Culler, Elizabeth Bird (model), Kanishka Jayanetti Color+Couture is an International Interior Design Association event in which models strut the runway wearing fashion made from carpet, wallcovering, upholstery, tile and furniture. TK Architects was teamed with Shaw Flooring, a carpet manufacturer, and we were judged on our use of the pantone color of the year, radiant orchid. We wanted our use of color to be a revealing element during the show, so the full skirt, constructed of neutral carpet backings, was removed during the show to reveal a vibrant fringe skirt.


KELLY COLE 913.548.8244 colek13@gmail.com


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