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undergraduate portfolio elizabeth holloway payne auburn university


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fall 2012

north end children’s hospital boston, massachusetts

fall 2011

122 west broughton street savannah, georgia

spring 2012

fountain axis rome, italy

spring 2012

travel sketches europe

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north end children’s heart hospital boston, massachusetts The dismantling of the elevated central artery and creation of the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy greenway introduced a new set of opportunities for the city of Boston. The city now has the ability to reconnect the downtown neighborhoods through the use of tree-lined paths, to convert what had been the backs of buildings to new civic frontages, and to activate the parks with new users and activities. The North End Children’s Heart Hospital has been designed as a response to current conditions but also prepares for future development along the greenway. The entry piece respects existing building height and acts as the hospital’s civic face. The communal gathering space is located at the crown of the entry portion, allowing for views otherwise not possible at ground level.


north facing winter garden boston sky lens

8 nursing units offices 7 nursing units 6 nursing units 5 nursing units intensive care 4 mechanical/electrical storage 3 classroom auditorium chapel dietary services 2 cardiovascular surgical suite prep/hold/recover pharmacy interventional/diagnostic cardiology 1 patient/visitor entrance emergency room radiology central steril supply

1 1 new elements were added to the existing site such as tree allees, an adjacent civic museum, residential buildings, and a hotel above the parking garage 2 stacking diagram 3 typical nursing floors contain 31 patient rooms. the south facing open courtyard and north facing winter garden provide activity and calm. 4 the ground floor provides space for the emergency room, admissions, and waiting.

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cafeteria

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5 the winter garden uses a four part arch system to diffuse the northern light, and also offers a calming atmosphere. 6 each patient room utilizes a perforated metal sunscreen that shades the interior from the harsh southern sun, allowing indirect light. 7 section of floors 3-8. the southern courtard is directly above the cafeteria; the winter garden above the chapel. floor 3 is designated as the most public area of the hospital, offering exciting views as well as comforting quiet.


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8 seciton through the greenway exhibits the relationship between the hospital and an existing parking garage with future plans for a hotel above (dotted).


122 west broughton street savannah, georgia in 1997, the kress building was one of the many abandoned department stores which marked the major intersections of broughton street. with the arrival of the gap, a basement restaurant and residential units, the kress has served as the catalyst for a renaissance of broughton street. the facade is one of the most distinctive left from broughton street’s heydey in the late 19th and 20th centuries. since the kress operated as a popular five and dime store from 1923 through 1997, the builing remains a very well known landmark to the local population. savannah’s history is rich in storytelling. ghost stories, scandals and local literature all play a vital role. using word of mouth as a catalyst for an adaptive re-use building, in-residence writers will reside within the three main corners of the building, listening to the stories of savannah’s people as well as partnering with apiring writers. the new kress will keep the existing facade yet incorporate a coffee bar and bookstore by day and a wine bar “confessional” by night. the back-lit confessional addition invites tourists and natives of savannah to anonymously tell their stories of heartbreak, happiness, and history.


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1 barnard street elevation 2 broughton street elevation 3 continuting with the theme of word of mouth, märchen and sagen are two categories in which folklorist divide their tales. marchen translates loosely to “fairy tale” and sagen to “legend”

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4 4 A section through the “confessional” shows communication between the writers and the public. The broughton street facade reveals back-lit silhouettes at night. 5 section perspective drawing of writer’s residence 6 interior courtyard perspective


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7 the ground floor plan exposes the main entry on broughton street beneath the confessional. within lies a coffee bar by day and a wine bar by night, 8 the confessional is located on the second floor and is accessed through a public gallery space 9 roof top garden available only to in-residence writers 10 section 9


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fountain axis rome, italy the investigation of an ancient papal processional route acted as a catalyst for an intervention within the city. the series of changes resulted in an extention of the “fountain line” running from janniculum hill to campo dei fiori. this axis beings with the fontana acqua paola on the hill, continues to the tiber river, and passes through the fontana del masherone at the rear entrance of palazzo farnese. the line crosses the palazzo’s twin fountains, finally terminating at a single building withing campo dei fiori. in negotiation with the urban context, a re-proposed building was offered to complete the water axis the intervention responds to the typical courtyard typology of rome. first, a threshold, second a courtyard, and third the garden. the entry of the building is comprised of a full water facade which spills from a pool at the top of the building. the sound of the water can be heard over the piazza’s daily activities. entering behind the wall of water, one is greeted by a dark and solemn threshold. at the center light filters through a glass bottomed swimming pool, reached by a central spiraling staircase. beyond is a hand washing fountain signifying the relationship of the axis.


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3 1 capitoline hill, rome 2 la pedrera/park guell, barcelona 3 piazza de popolo, rome 4 barcelona

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5 villa lante, bagnaia 6 ponte sant’angelo, rome 7 notre dame, paris 8 sagrada familia, barcelona

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Elizabeth Holloway Payne

334.300.0031 ehp0002@auburn.edu

248 Milly Branch Court Pike Road, AL 36064

EDUCATION Auburn University — Auburn, AL School of Architecture, Bachelor of Architecture, Class of 2014 Spirit of Auburn Scholarship International Study — Rome: University of Arkansas Trinity Presbyterian School — Montgomery, AL WORK EXPERIENCE McAlpine Tankersley Architecture — Montgomery, AL Intern: Active in production of hand drafted construction documents and presentation materials for residential homes, on-site observation, design research and assistance.

Marquirette’s Exquisite Jewelry — Montgomery, AL Salesperson: Responsible for sales, handling repairs, and computer input. Also experienced in reception, gift wrap and new employee training.

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE Dean’s List Teaching Assistant — ARCH 1000 Tuskegee Historical Preservation Volunteer American Institute of Architecture Students, Auburn Chapter Community Outreach Chair Beaux Arts Ball Chair Dog Days Chair Member South Quad Conference Participant Savanah, GA Baton Rouge, LA Club Tennis First Year Foundation Unit Participant SKILLS Modelmaking, Sketching, Drafting, Watercolor

AutoCAD, Rhino, SketchUp, Adobe Creative Suite, Layout Design, Microsoft Office Suite, Lasercutter

REFERENCES Greg Tankersley 334.262.8315 Chris Tippett 334.262.8315 Scott Finn 334.844.5448

greg@mcalpinetankersley.com chris@mcalpinetankersley.com finnjs1@auburn.edu

2009 - Present Spring 2012 2009 2012 - Present

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2011 2011-2012 2011 2010 - 2011 2010 - 2011 2010 - 2011 2009 - Present 2009 2010 2010 - 2011 2009-2010


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