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L’ E XO D ES ECO N DA RY Fond-des-Blancs, Haiti

Spring 2011


Nurturing the mind, body, and spirit serves not only as the concept for L’Exode Secondary School, but describes the experience from participation this studio. This project offered a technical skill set, giving a glimpse at the process of turning a vision into architecture, and acquiring the knowledge of formatting a complete set of construction documents. 08


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beginning construction

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construction of level one complete


beginning construction of level two

construction of classrooms complete

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HEALINGGARDENS Knoxville, Tn Fall 2012


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education

health & wellness

delivery

outdoor The major components of programming are education, health & wellness, and delivery. In keeping with the statement “let nature take its course” and perhaps taking it literally, it was important to allow each birth center component to connect to nature. The education component is open to the public and clients of the birth center. Ideally, this component serves as the birth center’s way of giving back to the community, allowing for occupancy of classrooms and/or the library. The health &

wellness component is where the exam rooms, nurse-midwife

offices, and meeting The goals of the birthing center design are to spaces are. Though a more private entitiy, it is important for the center to educate the public and offer services of care as well. The most important, completely private reflect the natural process of birth, nurture the component is delivery. Expecting moms are offered comfortable family-friendly mind and body, be simple and graceful, and birthing rooms to give birth. In essence, no one component can stand alone, each component is one step impact the community. As history presents, closer to a safe, natural birth. giving birth naturally is nothing new of its time. BIRTH CENTER | SUPPORTING | 8 The creator designed women to reproduce. Perhaps the new aspect is the environment in which a woman gives birth, the birthing center. A birthing center should reflect the process of birth, creating an environment that nurtures the mind and body. Therefore, the major components of programming are education, health and wellness, and delivery. Each component has a connection with nature, hence the name “Healing Gardens”.

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Though the site is in an urban setting, the overall context as you approach the site is sub-urban. Homes and businesses are pulled off the street allowing for green space or parking before you reach the building. The surrounding neighborhoods have mature trees and vegetation, giving character and charm to the area. However, the commercial buildings to the west of the site are in poor condition.

site amenities | green spaces | transit

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The site offers opportunities to benefit the birthing center and similarly, the center’s services will benefit the community through providing a new specialized healthcare facility in close proximity to nearby amenities. With the rise of new construction, the area will begin to thrive.


Education Public/Lobby Health Birthing Center Storage/Mech. Restrooms Circulation

FLOOR PLAN 3/32”=1’

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view of garden between birth rooms

view of garden between health and wellness

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SOUTH ELEVATION 3/32”=1’

LONGITUDINAL SECTION 3/32”=1’

SOUTH ELEVATION 3/32”=1’

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U R B A N A LT E R N AT I V E Fond-des-Blancs, Hairi

Spring 2012


In collaboration with Haiti Christian Development Fund, the University of Tennessee has made extensive efforts toward establishing a rural community in southern Haiti in an effort to decentralize after the devastating earthquake hit Port-Au-Prince. This home is one of six typologies explored that would serve to reinvigorate life into a very undervalued and undeveloped region in Haiti. In particular, this home is designed for a young expatriate family. This design incorporates the modern amenities an American would be accustomed to, while being responsive to the Haitian climate and local resources. 28


CORRUGATED ROOF SLAB 3:12 CORRUGATED METAL SIDING (2) 2”X4” STUDS 2”X4” STUD CORRUGATED METAL SIDING

TOP OF DIVID 7' - 0"

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WOOD TRUSS 2X4 STUD WALL WITH CORRUGATED METAL SIDING

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CONCRETE ROOF SLAB 1/4” - 1’ 8” CMU WALL

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haiti_utk UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN

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K I N G D O M K R E AT I O N S

Memphis, TN

Summer 2011


Kingdom Kreations Salon and Day Spa is located in the heart of downtown Memphis on the world famous Beale Street. This renovation entailed redesigning 1800 sq ft to include a lobby, salon floor, massage and spa, nail bar, and VIP room. 34


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