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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S page 1

RÉJOUIR BOUTIQUE pages 2-7

T E X A S C O N T E M P O R A RY A R T S F A I R pages 8-11

VA R I O U S P R O J E C T S pages 12-15

DESERET BOOK pages 16-19

J UA N I TA J . C R A F T D I A B E T E S & W E L L N E S S I N S T I T U T E pages 20-25

C O N TAC T page 26

COURSEWORK & PROFICIENCIES page 27

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Model: Rhino and Grasshopper for Rhino R e n d e r i n g : V- R a y f o r R h i n o Editing: Photoshop Line work: Illustrator I n s t r u c t o r : L o i s We i n t h a l

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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S page 1

RÉJOUIR BOUTIQUE pages 2-7

T E X A S C O N T E M P O R A RY A R T S F A I R pages 8-11

VA R I O U S P R O J E C T S pages 12-15

DESERET BOOK pages 16-19

J UA N I TA J . C R A F T D I A B E T E S & W E L L N E S S I N S T I T U T E pages 20-25

C O N TAC T page 26

COURSEWORK & PROFICIENCIES page 27

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RÉJOUIr

RÉJOUIR BOUTIQUE 4

FALL 2010


The adaptive reuse of this midcentur y t i l e fa c t o r y i n Au st i n , Texa s c r e a t e d many unique design challenges and opportunities. The project had a large research component conducted in conjunction with the J.J. Pickle Research C e n t e r a t t h e Un i ve r s i t y o f Texa s w h i ch studied t he ef fects of ar tif icial frag rance on human health and the potential risk they associated with prolonged inhalation. This space utilizes innovative inter ior mater ials such as carbon fiber, felt, and adobe which studies indicate are ef fective in improving indoor air q u a l i t y.

The space has a central element

made of molded wood which continually changes what is concealed and revealed as guests move within the space.

3 7 0 0 G UA DA LU P E ST R E E T AUSTIN, TX

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RÉJOUIR BOUTIQUE 6

FALL 2010


3 7 0 0 G UA DA LU P E ST R E E T AUSTIN, TX

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Model: Revit Rendering: Revit Editing: Photoshop Line work: Revit and AutoCAD Instructor: Igor Siddiqui

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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S page 1

RÉJOUIR BOUTIQUE pages 2-7

T E X A S C O N T E M P O R A RY A R T S F A I R pages 8-11

VA R I O U S P R O J E C T S pages 12-15

DESERET BOOK pages 16-19

J UA N I TA J . C R A F T D I A B E T E S & W E L L N E S S I N S T I T U T E pages 20-25

C O N TAC T page 26

COURSEWORK & PROFICIENCIES page 27

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T h e a n n u a l Texa s C o n t e m p o r a r y A r t Fa i r i n H o u st o n , Texa s i s o n e o f t h e most quickly growing contemporar y ar t fairs in the nation. This project challenges the

banal design typical of

t his and many conventions by showcasing not only new paintings and sculptures, but also innovations in space making. Many considerations play into t he for m, including ease of transpor tation and assembly time. Instead of typical, linear booths, this design utilizes pods which house galleries in concentric rings, with s p e c i a l p r o g r a m s h o s t e d i n t h e c e n t e r. Each modular component which for ms the pod is designed to fit in a standard freight cont ainer for optimal portability and storage. The use of a color ful super-graphic on the f loor ser ves both as way-f inding and a b r a n d i n g o p p o r t u n i t y fo r t h e fa i r. T h i s project asser ts that not only could the Texa s C o n t e m p o r a r y A r t Fa i r ex h i b i t traditional art, but also could challenge the way users perceive, interact with, and circulate within the built environment. BOOKSTORE + GIFT SHOP

VIP LOUNGE

CONFERENCE

THEATER

COLLECTOR'S LOUNGE

RESTAURANT

PLAYGROUND

BAR

NAP

INFORMATION

VIDEO

SLOPE

RELAX

LOCKERS

DRAWING

MUSIC BOOTHS

FOUNTAIN

CAFE

T E X A S C O N T E M P O R A RY A R T FA I R SPRING 2012

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towards

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2

3

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away

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12'-0" x 5'-3"

12'-0" x 8'-0"

12'-0" x 5'-6"

12'-0" x 2'-6"

GEORGE R. BROWN CONVENTION CENTER HOUSTON, TX

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Digital: Rhino, Revit, Photoshop, and Illustrator Instructors: Michael Beaman and Igor Siddiqui

Graphite: Te ch n i qu e : F r e e h a n d a n d C o n st r u c t e d Pe r s p e c t i ve Instr uctors: Joyce Rosner and Elizabeth Danze

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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S page 1

RÉJOUIR BOUTIQUE pages 2-7

T E X A S C O N T E M P O R A RY A R T S F A I R pages 8-11

VA R I O U S P R O J E C T S pages 12-15

DESERET BOOK pages 16-19

J UA N I TA J . C R A F T D I A B E T E S & W E L L N E S S I N S T I T U T E pages 20-25

C O N TAC T page 26

COURSEWORK & PROFICIENCIES page 27

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D I G I TA L 14


GRAPHITE 15


Design: Revit and Illustrator Fabr ication: CNC Router and Laser Cutter Mater ials: Plywood (tree), Foam Core (books), book pages (leaves) L o c a t i o n : D e s e r e t B o o k F l a g s h i p S t o r e , S a l t L a k e C i t y, U T Supervisor: Adam Nelson

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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S page 1

RÉJOUIR BOUTIQUE pages 2-7

T E X A S C O N T E M P O R A RY A R T S F A I R pages 8-11

VA R I O U S P R O J E C T S pages 12-15

DESERET BOOK pages 16-19

J UA N I TA J . C R A F T D I A B E T E S & W E L L N E S S I N S T I T U T E pages 20-25

C O N TAC T page 26

COURSEWORK & PROFICIENCIES page 27

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The Summer Reading Window at the f lagship Deseret Book Store in downtown Salt Lake City str ived to involve t he community in t he c r e a t i o n o f a d i s p l a y. Vo l u n t e e r s scr ibed excer pts from t he featured books onto sheets of CNC routed plywood t hat for med t he tr unk of t he tree. Old books were laser cut in t he shape of leaves and t he pages w e r e u s e d t o c r e a t e t h e c a n o p y. T h e window display received cor porate recognition for its ef fectiveness in driving traffic and generating business for t he store.

SUMMER READING WINDOW 18

SUMMER 2012


D E S E R E T B O O K C O M PA N Y SALT L AKE CIT Y, UT

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Model: Revit Rendering: Revit and Photoshop Editing: Photoshop Line work: Illustrator and Revit Instr uctor: Carl Matthews in collaboration with Perkins + Will

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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S page 1

RÉJOUIR BOUTIQUE pages 2-7

T E X A S C O N T E M P O R A RY A R T S F A I R pages 8-11

VA R I O U S P R O J E C T S pages 12-15

DESERET BOOK pages 16-19

J UA N I TA J . C R A F T D I A B E T E S & W E L L N E S S I N S T I T U T E pages 20-25

C O N TAC T page 26

COURSEWORK & PROFICIENCIES page 27

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T h i s fa c i l i t y, i n c o l l a b o r a t i o n w i t h P e r k i n s + W i l l a n d B ay l o r H e a l t h c a r e S y s t e m o f D a l l a s , ex p l o r e d a new kind of community wellness center which aimed to not only treat diabetes, but prevent future illness through the promotion of physical activity and healthy eating. The center provides a gymnasium, aerobics center, teaching kitchen, classrooms, and healt hcare clinic for public access, as well as administrative spaces and of f ices for t he use of city of f icials and healt hcare professionals.

open offices

conference room

security office

recreation staff offices

reception classroom a

gameroom existing gymnasium

medical suite

exercise and weight room classroom b

teaching kitchen

multipurpose room

J UA N I TA J . C R A F T D I A B E T E S & W E L L N E S S I N S T I T U T E 22

SPRING 2010


4 5 0 0 S P R I N G AV E N U E DALLAS, TEXAS

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J UA N I TA J . C R A F T D I A B E T E S & W E L L N E S S I N S T I T U T E 24

SPRING 2010


6'-0" LD 600 CFM

6'-0" LD 600 CFM D6 400 CFM 9'-7" LD 600 CFM D1 400 CFM

D5 600 CFM

D5 600 CFM

D6 400 CFM D7 400 CFM

6'-0" LD 600 CFM

D6 400 CFM

D1 450 CFM

D6 400 CFM D1 450 CFM

D8 600 CFM

6'-0" LD 600 CFM

6'-0" LD 600 CFM

D5 450 CFM

8'-8" LD 650 CFM D9 500 CFM

AIR SUPPLY

8'-8" LD 450 CFM

VAV 450 CFM AIR SUPPLY

AIR SUPPLY

8'-8" LD 600 CFM VAV 1050 CFM

AIR SUPPLY

3'-0" LD 600 CFM 3'-0" LD 600 CFM

D3 700 CFM

D3 600 CFM

D4 500 CFM

D3 600 CFM D3 500 CFM

D2 650 CFM

D1 500 CFM D2 500 CFM D1 500 CFM D2 500 CFM

12'-2" LD 500 CFM D1 600 CFM

D3 475 CFM

3'-0" LD 600 CFM D3 450 CFM

D4 400 CFM

VAV 800 CFM 8'-8" LD 425 CFM

12'-2" LD 500 CFM

D5 300 CFM

AIR SUPPLY 8'-8" LD 475 CFM

D1 350 CFM

8'-8" LD 450 CFM

D5 375 CFM

D2 550 CFM D2 400 CFM

D3 450 CFM

D3 700 CFM

HVAC PLAN 1 3/64" = 1'-0"

University of Texas School of Architecture

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Description

Date

HVAC PLAN Project number Date Drawn by Checked by

carl matthews

Project Number Issue Date Author Checker

4/20/2011 3:28:31 AM

elizabeth m. ackley

sound building

A105 Scale 3/64" = 1'-0"

4 5 0 0 S P R I N G AV E N U E DALLAS, TEXAS

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U n i v e r s i t y o f Te x a s a t A u s t i n S c h o o l o f A r c h i t e c t u r e D e s i g n S t u d i o s I -V I Construction I Construction II: Material Constructions & Assemblies Environment al Controls I & II Visual Communications I-III Wo r l d A r c h i t e c t u r e : O r i g i n s - 1 7 5 0 Wo r l d A r c h i t e c t u r e : 1 7 5 0 - p r e s e n t Interior Design History I & II 20th & 21st Century Designers Designing for Human Behavior Toward a New Inter ior Professional Practice Interiors and Society McComb’s School of Business Macroeconomics Marketing Finance International Business Managing Infor mation Systems Accounting U n i v e r s i t y o f Te x a s C o l l e g e o f L i b e r a l A r t s Italian I-III Practice in Spoken Italian Introduction to Psychology United States Constitution and Gover nance Master works of Literature U n i v e r s i t y o f Te x a s C o l l e g e o f N a t u r a l S c i e n c e s Dif ferential and Integ ral Calculus Elementary Statistical Methods Physics I & II Proficiencies Adobe Creative Suite: InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop Autodesk: AutoCAD and Revit 3D Modeling: SketchUp and Rhino Render ing: VRay for Rhino & SketchUp and Revit Fabr ication: Laser Cutter, CNC Router, 3D Pr inter,

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