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DANIEL RAZNICK ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN CONTACT: 400 Groveland Ave #1110 Minneapolis, MN 55403 e: daniel@danielraznick.com m: 402.980.1514


HYBRID DRAWING RAPSON HALL - 2009


CONTENTS 4.

CENTENNIAL CHROMAGRAPH

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RIPARIAN WETLAND CENTER

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HEALTH AND WELLNESS CENTER

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RESUME

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CENTENNIAL CHROMAGRAPH RAPSON HALL INSTALLATION - 2013

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with: VARIABLE PROJECTS AIA Minnesota Honor Award Winner, 2013 INFORMATION SPATIALIZATION The Centennial Chromagraph consists of 100 robotically routed plywood ribs, joined together with 8,080 colorful #2 pencils. It is a life-size representation of the history of the School of Architecture. The project is an exercise in data spatialization: using computational design tools to generate formal and spatial constructions with large quantities of data—in this case, information collected over the 100-year history of the UMN School of Architecture.

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1A PARENT COLLEGE

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LEADERSHIP

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ENGRAVINGS: HEADS OF SCHOOL

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CONSTRUCTION CURVES

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SURFACE GENERATION

PENCILS COLORED BY DEGREE TYPE, PROPORTIONAL BY YEAR

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SURFACE GENERATION

PENCILS COLORED BY DEGREE TYPE, PROPORTIONAL BY YEAR


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1. RIB PART 1 4. 2. RIB PART 2 5. 3. LAP JOINT 4. CROSS RIB INTERSECTION HOLES 5. PENCIL REMOVED AT RSECTION HOLES COLLISION LOCATION D AT COLLISION LOCATION 6. ASSEMBLED RIB 7. PENCILS EMBLY 8. COMPLETED ASSEMBLY


RIPARIAN WETLAND COMMUNITY CENTER

1st FLOOR PLAN

GD II STUDIO - 2012 Design Democracy Award, 2013 INDUSTRIAL TRANSFORMATIONS The Riparian Wetland Center embodies the transformation of the Mississippi River Bank from an industrial brownfield into a reclaimed natural system. Where metal scrap yeards once stood, the Riparian Wetland Center invites the community in with an expressive perforated aluminum skin. The program consists of research labs, indoor and outdoor exhibits, classrooms, and a 350 seat auditorium.

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Insulated Glass Curtainwall Units Curtainwall angle with spray-in insulation Mechanically Operable Curtainwall Unit 30 mil Roofing Membrane 6” XPS Rigid Insulation Weather Resistive Barrier Concrete Composite Decking Parapet Flashing Cap 4” Precast Panel Shop Welded Aluminum Plate Connection Custom Cast Steel Stand-off System LED Lighting Component Envelope Bracing Clip - Welded to Beam @ 4’ o.c Wide Flange Beam 4 Gauge Steel C-Shape Structural Units 1/4” Aluminum Panel - Laser Cut Pattern Uni-Strut Connection System

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4” Rigid XPS Insulation Weather Resistive Barrier Gypboard Interior Panel Mounted to Z-Furring Insulated Glazing Unit Aluminum Window Frame Aluminum Coping Finished Wood Floor Composite Decking 3” Reveal Cap on Interior Finish Track Lighting Mounted to Beam HVAC Mechanical Return Vent Above Drop Ceil Interior Partition Clad With Acoustic Wood Veneer Interior Glazing - Atrium Separation Atrium Glazing Deluge System Structural Rod Opaque Insulated Panel Mounted as Curtainwall

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EAST/WEST SECTION

NORTH/SOUTH SECTION


WELLNESS CENTER

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GRADUATE DESIGN III - 2012

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GATEWAY EXPANSION As the University of Minnesota expands into the residential districts of Stadium Village, the urban conditions, and use of space will undergo massive transformations. It is essential that these transformations be sustainable, and that they prioritize sustainable use. Currently at the intersection of Essex and Huron, the entry-way to campus seems to be disregarded. The bustle from I-94 permeates into the residential zone, and the place itself has little if any identifying features. By siting the Center for Healing and Wellness on this intersection, the newly developed gateway can promote green public space as well as reflect sustainable attitudes of the future for the university - to live simply, healthily, and sustainably. The Program consists of classrooms, a cafe, assembly space, and a clinic.

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N NORTHWEST WINDS RESPONDED TO WITH PARKING PLACEMENT AND VEGETATION AS WINDBREAKS IDEAL SITE PLACEMENT ON SOUTH EDGE TO PRESERVE SOLAR ACCESS

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YEAR ROUND PLANTINGS CAN BLOCK PREVAILING WINDS

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PLACE TERRACES AND GREEN ROOFS TOWARD SOUTH

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DANIEL RAZNICK

400 Groveland Avenue #1110 Minneapolis, MN 55403

402.980.1514 daniel@danielraznick.com

EDUCATION

Master of Architecture, Currently Enrolled, 2014 exp.

SKILLS

University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, College of Design

Software Revit, Rhino, Grasshopper, DIVA, RhinoCAM, VRay, AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, SketchUp, Sefaira, IES <VE>, Microsoft Office

Bachelor of Design in Architecture, 2011 University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, College of Design

Other Skills

Danish Institute of Study Abroad, 2010

CNC Milling, Laser Cutting, 3D Printing, Model Building, Drafting, Sketching, Woodworking.

Copenhagen, Denmark, January 2010 – May 2010

AWARDS EXPERIENCE

Design Research Intern, Perkins+Will January 2014 – May 2014, Minneapolis, MN • Research in digital workflows to integrate environmental simulation and evidence-based design

AIA Minnesota Honor Award Centennial Chromagraph, Variable Projects, University of Minnesota School of Architecture, 2013

Design Democracy Award University of Minnesota School of Architecture, 2013

Project Designer, Variable Projects

Saul Parness Fund Fellowship

March 2013 – August 2013, Minneapolis, MN • Design, fabrication, and assembly for the School of Architecture Centennial Chromagraph installation

University of Minnesota School of Architecture, 2013

Bill and Elizabeth Pederson Graduate Fellowship University of Minnesota School of Architecture, 2012

Research Assistant, University of Minnesota, School of Architecture January 2013 – November 2013, Minneapolis, MN • Planning, preparation, and presentations for Architecture as Catalyst 2013 and the Centennial Celebration

ACTIVITIES

Digital Assistant, University of Minnesota – School of Architecture July 2012 - Present • Creating software tutorials for students through online access and in-person sessions

School of Architecture Centennial Messaging Committee Architectural Intern, Meyer, Scherer and Rockcastle July 2012 – October 2012, Minneapolis, MN • Conceptual and schematic design for the Southwest Regional Library in Louisville, KY

January 2013 - October 2013 • Planning and coordinating events and designs for the School of Architecture Centennial Celebration



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