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Erik Lindberg University Of Arizona Class of 2011 Architectural Portfolio


Arid Regions Research Institute

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Tucson, Arizona

Tumamoc Hill Rest Area Tucson, Arizona

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         Sells, Arizona

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Vinson Owen School Redesign Winchester, Ma

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Arid Regions Research Institute


Arid Regions Research Institute Client: University Of Arizona Net Sq. Footage: 50,000 Program: research library exhibition spaces fabrication labs research laboratories residences offices agricultural laboratories

Concept:

This design for the Arid Regions Research Institute was based on the surrounding geological features, and more specifically the canyon and mountain. The canyon like gap between the two buildings allowed for a maximization of outdoor circulation spaces. The mountain- like organization allowed for a practical gradation of spaces from public to private, and a maximization of outdoor terraces. The metal louver system provided shading while maintaining access to the views of the nearby mountains and surrounding campus

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Tumamoc Hill Rest Stop


Tumamoc Hill Mid Mountain Rest Stop Net square footage: 1,000 Client: University Of Arizona College of Science Program: Bathrooms Kitchen Conference space Outdoor picnic areas

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While this building was designed individually, it was part of a large scale master plan of the entire complex. Tumamoc Hill is an important place for the research of ecology and species diversity. The hill is also an important place in the Tucson running community for its uphill tread, and scenic views. The client stressed the need for meeting areas for visiting scientists and hoped for architecture that would facilitate conversation between recreational and researching visitors. Original buildings within the complex were all built using local volcanic stone. It was important for the buildings to be balanced in their compatibility with the surrounding historic buildings, while developing an aesthetic that is modern and distinct. This was accomplished through the use of the same volcanic stones slip formed in dark scoria concrete walls. Bathrooms used composting toilets to minimize environmental impact. Pitched ceilings facilitate solar power generation, and water harvesting.

Tucson, AZ


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   Client:     Net Sq. Footage: 100,000 Program: Administration Offices Tribal Chambers Outdoor Gathering Spaces

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This design was based on a prominent view of the

       peak of the nearby hill was a prominent existing water tank. From the water tank, the direct site line made for a strong axial organization within the complex. This axis was expressed within the tribal chambers by a single channel of diffused light that is reflected. The non-orthogonal form of the buildings resulted in two large courtyards lined with various shading trees. Building departments were grouped by size, and each department was allowed their own outdoor terraces and breakout spaces.

Sells, AZ


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Vinson Owen School

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Vinson Owen School Client: Town of Winchester Net sq. Footage: 75,000 Program: 18 classrooms music and arts classrooms gymnasium cafeteria administration offices

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Concept:

Although structural issues required a new building, the existing Vinson Owen school was an important aspect in my design. Like the existing school, my proposed design connects to the surrounding landscape through a series of terraced classrooms. This made possible a stronger connection to the surrounding natural environment. Other driving forces in the design included both natural lighting and solar energy production. These were both accomplished through the saw-tooth design of the classrooms and allowed for large clerestory windows, and abundant northern light. Accessibility was also an important aspect of my design. While the original school lacked wheelchair access, the proposed Vinson Owen School would use a double height atrium at the ground level to provide elevator access to each level.

Winchester, MA


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Skills

Autodesk Revit Approximately 4 years experience working in Autodesk Revit Computer Rendering Taking revit models through various imaging programs for the ideal final product Adobe Creative Suite Advanced knowledge of the Adobe Creative suite in versions CS3 to present. Well practiced in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, and Acrobat Drawing Hand drawing skills in both freehand and hand drafted methods. Sketchup Working knowlege of sketchup modeling program AutoDesk Autocad drafting Architectural Photography Experience working in adobe raw for advanced photo editing Experience in HDR photography Long exposure and night time photography Microsoft Office Ability to work within each program of the Microsoft Office Suite Contact Erl1@email.arizona.edu 781.507.1058

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Education Winchester High School Class of 2006 University of Arizona Class of 2011 5 year B.arch program

Relevant Work Experience Architectural Intern Studio-g-architects, Boston MA May-August 2009 Worked as an intern digitally modelling, and researching. Also worked on the design of the Boston Latin Green Roof project. Multimedia Consultant University Of Arizona, Tucson Arizona September 2009- May 2011 Worked in Multimedia computer labs providing assistance in various graphic and media arts programs.

Awards

2011 CALA portfolio excellence award, given by the Arizona builders alliance 2010 CALA portfolio excellence award Arizona Excellence award, given by the University of Arizona for scholastic achievements for non Arizona Residents

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Erik Lindberg Architectural Portfolio