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CORI GUNDERSON

ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIOLIO


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B U S S H E LT E R

ANXIETY

M3/ KG STUDIO RENDERING

2 012 A ES

J U N K H A L L S I T E A N A LY S I S

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S PAT I A L S T U DY

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S PAT I A L S T U DY DSGN 101

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D E S I G N F U N DA M E N TA L S

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FALL 2010

An exploration of progressive rhythms in space, this full-scale installation was informed by the spatial interpretation of a 2D image.

SITE MODEL 04


2D IMAGE

S PAT I A L D R A W I N G

M AT E R I A L S: plastic, nylon, lead weights 05


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B U S S H E LT E R

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B U S S H E LT E R ARCH 22A

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D E L I N E AT I O N & R E N D ER I N G

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FA L L 2 0 11

B UBSU S HSEHLET LETRE R

A sustainable, prefab-inspired bus shelter designed to replace existing MUNI bus shelters in San Francisco.

A R C H 2 2AAR C H 2 2 A D E L I N E AD TE I OL N I NA EN AT DI O RN E NADNEDR R I NEGN D E R I N G

S E P T E M B ESRE 8 P ,T E 2 0M1B1E R 8 , 2 0 1 1

G R E E N R OG OR FE E N R O O F W O O D P L A N T EWRO O D P L A N T E R

S E A M E D M ESTEAALM E D M E T A L

STEEL BEAM STEEL BEAM

DOUBLE-SIDD ED OUBLE-SIDED LED SIGN LED SIGN

SAFETY GLA SS AS FETY GLASS

DURABLE L A M I N AT E

SIDEWALK

E L E VEALTEI O VA NT I O N 08

DURABLE L A M I N AT E

SIDEWALK

S I D E SEI LDEEV E AT LE I OVN AT I O N


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GREEN ROOF WOOD PLANTER

MAP/ADVERTISEMENT (outside & inside)

S E A M E D M E TA L

PLASTIC S E AT I N G STEEL BEAM

SAFETY GLASS

SIDEWALK

PLAN

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ANXIETY

M 3/ KG STUDIO RENDERING

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ARCH 103

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ANXIETY

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II

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FA L L 2 0 11

This gestural model represents the anticipation a n d a n a t o m i c a l t e n s i o n o f e m o t i o n a l a n x i e t y. Constructed with exactly 500 toothpicks.

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S EC T I O N + E L E VAT I O N ARCH 22A

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D E L I N E AT I O N & R E N D ER I N G

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FA L L 11

Rendering in colored pencil

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2 012 A ES

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2012 ARCHITECTURAL E D U CAT I O N S U M M I T ARCH 102

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II

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FA L L 2 0 11


This semester- long, site-based pavilion project began with multiple gestural explorations while also considering site and program requirements. Nestled above a narrow ravine in a temperate desert e n v i r o n m e n t , t h e C e n t e r f o r t h e 2 012 A ES y i e l d s a n intimate connection to nature, mimicking the striated and multi-faceted qualities of the cliff face.

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A semi-resolved, final iteration reveals multiple levels of gathering spaces which circulate around, down, and into the edge of the cliff. Folded planar structures act as both canopies and floors, while frame structures provide support and enclosure. T h e C e n t e r f o r t h e 2 012 A ES e n a b l e s u s e r s to experience being a part of the extreme conditions of the environment while feeling safe and secure, and encourages users to explore the pavilion and come to surprising conclusions.

M A I N G AT H E R I N G S PA C E S E C O N D A RY G AT H E R I N G S PA C E

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ENTRANCE / LOBBY I N D I V I D U A L M E D I TAT I O N RESTROOMS / STORAGE C I R C U L AT I O N

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10 FEET

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P R O C E S S

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J U N K H A L L S I T E A N A LY S I S

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ARCH 102 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN III SPRING

2012

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THANK YOU

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