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Chris Hainer A Portfolio of Work


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Sensory Mapping Perception

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Brightness / Visual Contrast

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Smell Intensity / Quality

Loudness / Signal vs. Noise

Haptic Texture / Temperature

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Graduate Thesis Fall 2008 Iconography NOT UNDER

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The data the senses gather has a structure which, NOT UNDER through perception, alters INVESTIGATION o u r u n d e r s t a n dAesthetics ing. A change in the atmosphere of a space leads directly to a c h a n g e i nNOT u n d eUNDER rstanding. INVESTIGATION Such conditions are created by architecture y e t m o s t o f t e n Purpose they are n o t t h e m s eNOT l v e s dUNDER esigned o r i n v e s t i g aINVESTIGATION ted. What is needed are methods of studying, composing and transmitting these qualities in order to understand and create atmospheres that add to architecture instead of being coincidental.

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All values graphed as a 1-10 scale with absolute measurements given when possible.

Brightness / Visual Contrast

A graph which maps the senses over a sequence allows the structure to be revealed. This tool was used to analyze a variety of sequences in a r e l a t i v e l y o b j e c t i v e m a n n e r.

Fresh - Musty

Vsual Density / Visual Pattern

Brightness / Visual Contrast

Visual Density / Visual Pattern

Smell Intensity / Quality

Loudness / Signal vs. Noise

Haptic Texture / Temperature

Spacial Scale / Ease of Movement

Brightness measured as an average amount of light hitting the eye.

Visual Density is a measurement of the amount of information within the scene.

A subjective measurement of the amount of smell within a space.

The decibal level of the scene.

A measurement of the amount of texture, whether skin contact or variation in the ground plane.

Scale of a space with from coffin at 1 and open field at 10.

Contrast is the amount of difference between areas of the scene.

Visual pattern is a measurement of the randomness vs. order of the scene.

A subjective measurement of the smell type based on a range from fresh to musty.

Is the audio within the space a clear signal or background noise.

Temperature using 72ºF as the comfortable baseline.

Ease of movement from going down a slide at 1 to climbing a mountain at 10.

Smell Intensity / Quality

Loudness / Signal vs. Noise

Haptic Texture / Temperature

Spacial Scale / Ease of Movement

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Peaks and Valleys

With this new understanding the sequences could be remixed into new s e q u e n c e s—a fo r m of creation. A system for creating and experiencing sequences was then considered and the final step is to design using a graph as a guide. Traffic

AtMosphERIc REMIX Brightness / Visual Contrast

Stairs

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Loudness / Signal vs. Noise

usinG rEal world atmospHErEs to crEatE nEw, controllEd compositions

Haptic Texture / Temperature

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30sec Outdoor | Indoor Light: Natural | Artificial Population

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Above Viewport

Using the combined height as the link between pieces to provide a matching form. Overall quality is gentle while there is more small scale variation within each sense quality. Viewport

Door

Brightness / Visual Contrast

Vsual Density / Visual Pattern

Smell Intensity / Quality

Loudness / Signal vs. Noise

Haptic Texture / Temperature

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Atmosphere Model

The ability to selectively link together different senses into one atmosphere is facilitated through the creation of separate Sense Panels for each of the senses. A set of these panels encloses a Sense Space and a series of these spaces can be sequenced together. To allow for senses to overlap between Sense Spaces, spacers of a smaller size can be inserted, moving a Sense Panel in between two boxes.

Sensory Intervention

Isolation

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UIUC Art Museum 2nd Grad Studio Winter 2008

Program • Art museum replacement • Along secondary axis of UIUC campus • 50,000sqf t of galleries • Education, of fice, and storage facilities • Sculpture garden

Solution To a c c o m m o d a t e t h e impor tant a xis, the foot traf fic through the site, and the distribution of buildings in the area, the program is broken apar t and distributed on across the site. Sunken galleries are connected below grade by a circulation ring and receive a controlled amount of natural light. Above ground the galler y volumes define smaller scaled spaces where sculpture can be displayed. The galler y boxes read somewhere between buildings and landscape becoming sculptural in their own way without detracting from the ar twork displayed.

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Military Axis

F o o t Tr a f f i c

Building A xed

Site Edges

Streets & Parking


Entries on each end of the site give the museum a moment of grandeur to entice visitors. Galler y spaces below ground are lit by a variety of sk ylight t ypes, adjusted to suite dif ferent light levels. Conversely the circulation space maintains a subterranean feel with moments of natural light via sunken cour tyards.

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USX Site New Life 1st Grad Studio Fall 2007

Program • Restaurant, Viewing To w e r, Ya c h t C l u b , Restrooms, Park • South Chicago along Lake Michigan • Former steel mill site now prairie land • Only mill remains are 1/ 2 m i l e l o n g x 3 0 ’ t a l l c o n c rete ‘o re wa l l s’ • Adjacent land will be redeveloped into 500 acre community Solution The current mix of natural grow th and old steel mill remnants creates a unique c h a r a c t e r f o r t h e s i t e . To keep this set ting intact, the buildings rest gently on the land. For a unique dining experience, the restaurant is sunk to water level below a gentle hill. The yacht club mirrors its marina contex t with an undulating roof and tilted columns. The viewing tower relates to the histor y of the site with a large steel screen rising out of the ground against one wall with a stair inside.

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Steel Monument E ach building is designed with the view in mind. The viewing tower sets up a sequence of perspectives that culminates at the top with a full panorama. The restaurant creates a focused view out to the lake for patrons and a high point to look out from for visitors on top. The yacht c l u b p u t s m e m b e r s o n t h e w a t e r, b l u r r i n g t h e l i n e b e t w e e n inside and outside.

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4th UG Studio Winter 2007

Program • E xhibition Center • Replacing Cobo Hall in Downtown Detroit, MI • 1 million sqf t of exhibit space • Secondary facilities of meeting rooms and ballroom • Needed to address major highway through site

REORGANIZING THE PROGRAM All program elements currantly serve the exhibition space. This creates a situation in which these elements are underutilized when the exhibition hall is not being used.

To increase the usefulness of Cobo Center, the hierarchy of program must be reorganized.

I propose making the exhibition space a secondary element to others that may be used by visitors and residents at any time.

Solution Lowering the exhibit hall below grade and splitting the rest of the program into smaller blocks above helps the center fit into the city grid and create an accessible park space a l o n g t h e r i v e r ’s e d g e . T h e e x h i b i t h a l l f l o o r, i t s ceiling, and the park level are unique landscapes allowing for each to ser ve its function. The floor slopes at moments t o c r e a t e o n e s t a i r- f r e e tiered space, the ceiling undulates to let in light and hold structure, and the park level creates a natural b a c k d r o p f o r t h e c i t y.

Chris Hainer

CURRENT PROGRAM

PROPOSED PROGRAM

PRIMARY Exhibit Hall

PRIMARY Meeting Rooms Food area Shops Parking Commercial

SECONDARY Meeting Rooms Concourse Food area

SECONDARY Exhibit Hall Concourse

TERTIARY Restrooms Circulation Loading/Unloading Coatcheck Parking shops

TERTIARY Restrooms Circulation Loading/Unloading Coatcheck

CURRENT HIERARCHY

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Concourse

Food

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Swiss Sketch Tour Study Abroad Summer 2006

Objectives An intensive study of sketching as a means of analyzing and studying architecture. Class visited many contemporar y and historical buildings within and around the countr y of Switzerland in order to widen our view of architecture and improve our sketching abilities. The areas of study included basic drawing, sections of buildings and a final project drawing and analyzing a path through the city of Zurich using plan, section, and perspective.

Chris Hainer


Women’s Shelter 3rd UG Studio Fall 2006 Program • B a t t e r e d W o m e n ’s Shelter • D o w n t o w n To l e d o • Housing for women and children • Facilities for counseling • Space for healing • Security

Solution To a l l o w i n a s m u c h light as possible and to e n h a n c e s e c u r i t y, t h e living units are in towers above ground level. In order to encourage social interaction the scheme is set up like a c i t y, w i t h r e s i d e n t s interacting on a small scale within living units, then coming down from the towers to interact with larger groups and receive counseling.

Construction Building structure and mechanics were later worked out in high detail.

Chris Hainer

L i v i n g U n i t s a r e d i v i d e d i n t o p r i vat e s pa c e s , communal spaces, and an in between space. Each area is d e f i n e d b y i t s v i s i b i l i t y t o t h e u n i t a n d t o t h e e x t e r i o r. L i g h t a n d v i e w a r e c o n t r o l l e d v i a i n t e g r at e d louvers, sliding panels and clerestories. Interior windows allows for ma ximum light penetration and a mediated privacy between residents.


Project: Shelter for Battered Women, Toledo

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Elevator Shaft Plumbing in water walls Ductwork running supply and return Cooler tower Telecommunicatio and electricity lines Loading dock Boiler room with boilers, chillers, and associated water pumps Air intake unit Meter, transformer, Switchgear room.

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Detail A Elevator Shaft 1. Concrete Slab Plumbing in water walls Ductwork running supply and 2.return Steel Decking Cooler tower 3. 10”x10” W Section Telecommunicatio and electricity lines Loading dock 4. Steel Base Plate Boiler room with boilers, chillers, and associated water pumps Welded to Column Air intake unit 5. 12”x12” W Section Meter, transformer, Switchgear room. 6. 4”x8” W Section 7. 5”x10” W Section 8. Steel Plate for Moment Connection

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Detail B 1. Concrete Slab 2. Steel Decking 3. Column welded to thick plate leveled with mortar, then bolted to foundation. 4. Concrete Foundation Wall 5. Beam sits in Notch 6. 4”x8” W Section Beam 7. 10”x10” W Section Column

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U of Mich Herbarium 2nd UG Studio

T h e He r b a r i u m d i g s i n t o i t s w o o d e d s i t e before its of fices sprout up towards the sun, shaped to allow views and provide an overhang to shade work areas.

Winter 2006

Split levels in the archive allow for light to f i l t e r d o w n to t h e l o w e r l e v e l s . A c o n n e c t i o n b e t w e e n dif ferent plant t ypes is also fostered; impor tant as researches are reputed to be ver y segregated into t h e i r s p e c i a l t y.

Program • University herbarium • Wooded hill outside of the University of Michigan • O f f i c e s , l a b s , l i b r a r y, collection, and auditorium

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Since the building was to house a collection of plant specimens my goal was to relate the development of the building to the grow th of a plant. From this the concept of tropism — the grow th toward or away from stimulus — was taken. I at tempted to grow the building by making it react to the stimulus of the site and of the program needs.

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Boland Building +LEED

Concept Design Group Summer 2008

Project I was able to follow t h e B o l a n d B u i l d i n g ’s progress from an early planning stage all the way to ‘Core and Shell’ LEED certification documentation. Throughout this process I worked heavily on construction document changes, attended meetings with the developer and engineers, and eventually completed much of the LEED documentation.

Chris Hainer


Facade Studies Concept Design Group Summer 2008

Street Presence A developer had requested a contemporary design and a visual presence along a busy street. This was the final option presented to the client af ter several rounds of internal critiques. Design and renderings were done by m y s e l f w i t h f e e d b a c k f r o m a d e s i g n e r a l o n g t h e w a y.

Chris Hainer


One of several studies for the color scheme and entr y options for a church in development within the firm.

F a c a d e r e n o v at i o n s t u d y f o r a strip mall. Given a basic sketch of what the client wanted, I developed the facade into a realistic and at tractive image (with Autocad drawings)

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Documents Concept Design Group Summer 2008

I worked on a variety of of fice plan documentation, as well as retail space construction sets including full electrical, mechanical, and plumbing information. I would stay on projects as they went through changes from the clients, updating layouts and proposing better options.

Chris Hainer


Facade Studies Image Design, LLC 2004 - Present

Facade Studies

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2'-8 21 "

11-20x26

5'-7 41 "

MASTER BEDROOM

R&S

Chris Hainer

11-32x32 GAS

2/8

14'-11 41 " OPTIONAL DOOR

4'-9 21 "

2'-10"

5'-11"

11-32x32

5|"x11]" LVL NOTE 1 OPTIONAL TRAY CEILING

7'-1"

OPTIONAL BAY

16'-3"

OPTIONAL BAY 41-28x32

RYAN VALLEY

13'-9"

1 A7

1 A3

While working for the residential design firm, I have been involved in a wide variety of tasks from the creation of floor plans to making drawing changes, to rendering elevations, site plans and perspectives for marketing.

9'-10"

OPTIONAL DECK

11-]" TJI 360 FLOOR JOIST @ 16" TYP.

10'-4 38 "

4'-2 81 "

7'-11 58 "

0,000 SQ. FT.

11'-0" 22'-0"

4'-10"

7'-2" 12'-0"


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Portfolio Chris Hainer  

A compendium of my work, both acedemic and professional.

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