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ERIN KENNEDY UNIVERSITY OF OREGON B ACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE


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CONTENTS AC ADEMIC WORK

COLD WAR MUSEUM MIXED FAMILY HOUSING WEST C AMPUS RESIDENCE HALLS THE DUCK STORE

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COLD WAR MUSEUM ADAPTIVE RE-USE OF AN UNDERGROUND, FORMER NUCLEAR MISSILE B ASE NEW PROGRAM CENTERS ON A COLD WAR MUSEUM PROJECT SCOPE INCLUDES LANDSC APING AND EXHIBIT DESIGN E R I N K E N N E D Y

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v

THE

CHALLENGE

A FORMER U.S. NUCLEAR MISSILE BASE, THIS CHICO, CALIFORNIA SITE PRESENTED A DIFFICULT OPPORTUNITY FOR A TOTAL TRANSFORMATION. WITH UNDERGROUND STRUCTURES INCLUDING 165’ TALL SILOS AND 120’ DIAMETER DOMES, THE GOAL WAS TO MERGE THE EXISTING WITH NEW CONSTRUCTION TO HOUSE A COLD WAR MUSEUM THAT WILL BECOME A PART OF THE CHICO COMMUNITY.

AERIAL VIEW E R I N K E N N E DY

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VIEW IN RETROSPECT

VIEW IN THE MOMENT

VIEW IN RETROSPECT VIEW IN THE MOMENT

THE

SOLUTION

THE COLD WAR WAS A WAR OF MISCOMMUNIC ATION, WITH MANIPULATED INFORMATION COMING FROM BOTH THE ALLIES AND ENEMIES. THIS IDEA ARCHITECTURALLY MANIFESTED ITSELF INTO SPACES THAT WERE EITHER UNDERGROUND AND DARK TO REPRESENT THE LACK OF INFORMATION IN THE MOMENT, OR EXPOSED TO LIGHT AND AIR TO REPRESENT A MORE INFORMED, RETROSPECTIVE VIEW.

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“TOWARDS WAR” MUSEUM

“TOWARDS WAR” MUSEUM

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SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE

Joseph Stalin's cult of personality became a p ro m i n e n t p a r t o f S o v i e t c u l t u re i n D e c e m b e r 1 9 2 9 , after a lavish celebration for Stalin's 50th birthday.[1] F o r t h e re s t o f S t a l i n ' s r u l e , t h e S o v i e t p re s s p re s e n t e d Stalin as an all-power ful, all-knowing l e a d e r, and Stalin's name and image b e c a m e o m n i p re s e n t .

MAIN EXHIBIT: LARGE IMAGES OF HEADLINES, PROPAGANDA OR ICONIC IMAGES ARE ON ONE SIDE OF THE WALL WITH ARTIFACTS DETAILING THE TRUTH BEHIND EACH EVENT ON THE OTHER SIDE.

SECONDARY EXHIBIT: THESE RECESSED ROOMS ARE DARK SPACES FOR VIDEO PROJECTIONS AND REST AREAS. THE ROOMS ARE TO RELIEVE VISITORS OF POTENTIAL “MUSEUM FATIGUE”.

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“TOWARDS PEACE” MUSEUM INTERIOR

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“TODAY” MUSEUM INTERIOR

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MIXED FAMILY

HOUSING DYNAMIC DESIGN

ARCHITECTURE SHAPING LIFESTYLE COMBINE “THIRD PLACES” AND RESIDENTIAL LIVING E R I N K E N N E D Y

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THE

CHALLENGE

TO HARMONIOUSLY BLEND A VARIETY OF FAMILY TYPES AND INCOME LEVELS INTO ONE PORTLAND CITY BLOCK. ADDITIONALLY, STAYING WITHIN THE GIVEN BUDGET OF SIX MILLION DOLLARS WHILE PROVIDING TENANTS EXCELLENT AMENITIES. CIRCULATION DIAGRAM

SCHEMATIC MASSING

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FAMILY TYPE DISTRIBUTION OTHER FAMILIES 2+

INCOME LEVEL DISTRIBUTION

COUPLES

4TH-5TH QUINTILE

SINGLES

>65

65+

3RD QUINTILE 2ND QUINTILE 1ST QUINTILE

THE

SOLUTION

BEGINNING WITH A MASSING WHOSE INTERSECTING SHAPES REPRESENT INTERCONNECTING DIVERSE FAMILY TYPES, THE UNITS CIRCLE AROUND A CENTRAL COURTYARD. THAT CIRCULATION ALSO LEADS TENANTS TO COMMUNITY SPACES INTENDED TO COVER THE NECESSARY “3RD PLACES” SUCH AS THE GYM, DAYC ARE AND A LAUNDRY ROOM TO ENCOURAGE INTERACTION.

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WEST ENTRY

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WEST ELEVATION

EAST ENTRY

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WEST CAMPUS

RESIDENCE HALLS CIRCULATION DEFINING THE DESIGN SHAPE IDENTIFYING PROGRAM

MASSING THAT ATTRACTS AND PULLS FOCUS E R I N K E N N E D Y

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THE

CHALLENGE

RELIEVE THE LACK OF DORM SPACE FOR INCOMING FRESHMAN WITH A NEW RESIDENCE HALL ON A SITE CURRENTLY USED FOR UNIVERSITY PARKING. THIS BUILDING NEEDED TO EFFECTIVELY BLEND LECTURE HALLS, FACULTY OFFICES, FOOD SERVICE AND RESIDENCE HALLS, AS WELL AS SEAMLESSLY CONNECT TO C AMPUS.

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SITE PLAN

THE

SOLUTION

MAKING A DISTINCT SEPARATION BETWEEN AC ADEMIC AND RESIDENTIAL FUNCTIONS BUT ALLOWING A LARGE, CURVED CIRCULATION TO CONNECT THE TWO. THE CURVE ALSO HELPS TO VISUALLY SOFTEN THE MASS OF THE 9-STORY BUILDING AND “PULL” STUDENTS TO THIS OFFC AMPUS SITE AS IT FACES THE UNIVERSITY AT AN OFF ANGLE.

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ENTRY ENTRY SOUTH

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EAST/WEST SECTION

SOUTH ELEVATION

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THE DUCK STORE COMMUNITY OUTREACH

MODEST LANDMARK DISTINGUISH PROGRAMS THROUGH BUILDING SEPARATION E R I N K E N N E D Y

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THE

CHALLENGE

C R E ATE A N EW DUCK STOR E TO H O U S E M O R E R E TA I L S PAC E A S W E L L A S APARTMENT UNITS FOR V I S I T I N G FAC U LT Y. A D D I T I O N A L LY, TO B U I L D A B ETTER CONNECTION BE T W E E N D OW N TOW N A N D C A M P U S L I F E .

WEST ELEVATION

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THE

SOLUTION

MAINTAINING THE DUCK STORE’S STRONG IDENTITY BY SEPARATING THE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS INTO TWO BUILDINGS. THE DUCK STORE BOASTS A CLOCK TOWER WHICH CREATES A MODEST LANDMARK TO BE SEEN AND HEARD FROM C AMPUS TO DOWNTOWN.

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STREET VIEW

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MODEL

ENTRY

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CONTENTS PROFESSIONAL WORK 2FORM ARCHITECTURE

SAFFRON FIELDS WINE TASTING ROOM

U. OF OREGON’S C AMPUS PLANNING AND REAL ESTATE DEPT.

EMU RENOVATION

SCHEMATIC DESIGN

ADA CODE COMPLIANCE

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2FORM ARCHITECTURE WILLAMETTE VALLEY WINE TASTING ROOM STRUCTURE INCLUDED LIGHT STEEL AND WOOD FRAMING DRAFTED USING REVIT AND AUTOC AD E R I N K E N N E D Y

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POP-OUT WINDOW WEST COLUMN

POP-OUT WINDOW EAST COLUMN

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ROOF BEAM DETAIL

WIND COLUMN OUTLOOKER

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ROOF PLAN

CMU WALL TO FOOTING

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CONSTRUCTION

PHOTO: 2FORM ARCHITECTURE

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CAMPUS PLANNING & REAL ESTATE DEPT. UNIVERSITY OF OREGON ERB MEMORIAL UNION REMODEL AND PROGRAM RELOC ATIONS SIMPLE SCHEMATIC DESIGN PROJECTS ADA CODE COMPLIANCE INSPECTIONS E R I N K E N N E D Y

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ERB MEMORIAL UNION

REMODEL

Survival Center, Student Insurgent 388 sf

Student Groups

PHASE 1

DDS, Child Care Subsidy 124 sf

Craft Center Food Venues - Tenant

Sustainability Center 288 sf

Food Venues - EMU

PHASE 2 PHASE 3

Cultural Forum 836 sf (1,130 sf total)

EMU Administration Tenants EMU Services Men’s Center, Non-Trad. Students 488 sf

Meeting Rooms EMU Storage Student Group Storage

The Union Market 1,271 sf

Physical Plant Scheduling and Event Services

Women’s Center 1,102 sf

The Buzz 3,122 sf

Card Office 616 sf

ASUO 1,252 sf Club Sports 1,149sf

The Break 4,491 sf (4,593 sf total) Copy Center 913 sf

Holden Center 2,608 sf

CURRENT TO

SURGE LOCATIONS

Student Unions 1,184 sf

Call Center 1,113sf

Computer Lab 4,133 sf

The Break 102 sf (4,593 sf total)

Outdoor Program 1,151 sf

BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN SHEET FEET

1

OF

Multi-Cultural Center 1,422 sf

DRAWN

8

REVISED

1948 05/13

LGBQTA 458 sf

Erb Memorial Union

1222 East 13th Ave. 1395 University St.

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON

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ONE STEP TO THIS MAJOR REMODEL WAS MOVING STUDENT GROUPS INTO SURGE LOC ATIONS DURING THE EMU’S RENOVATION. TASKS INCLUDED SPATIAL PLANNING AS WELL AS GRAPHIC TRANSLATIONS OF PROPOSED RELOC ATIONS.

Survival Center, Student Insurgent 388 sf

Proposed EMU Relocation, MOVE 2

CONSTRUCTION

DDS, Child Care Subsidy 124 sf

Current Location

Sustainability Center 288 sf

Potential Surge Space

PHASE 1 PHASE 2

Cultural Forum 836 sf (1,130 sf total)

PHASE 3

Men’s Center, Non-Trad. Students 488 sf

Women’s Center 1,102 sf

NOTE: Potential noise due to construction

ASUO 1,252 sf

Bias Response Team/CommUniversity

Club Sports 1,149 sf

Current allocation: 394 sf Shown: 150 sf

The Break 4,593 sf

Student Unions 1,184 sf

BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN

Multi-Cultural Center 1,422 sf

SHEET FEET

1

OF

DRAWN

8

REVISED

1948 05/13

LGBQTA 458 sf

Erb Memorial Union

1222 East 13th Ave. 1395 University St.

8/19/13

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON

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Proposed EMU Relocation, MOVE 2 DRAFT, Option 2 Available (mezzanine): ~6,167 sf

Survival Ctr/ Student Insurgent Current allocation: 388 sf Shown: 550 sf

Sustainability Ctr

Current allocation: 288 sf Shown: 350 sf

Non-Traditional Students

Current allocation: 244 sf Shown: 241 sf

~75 sf

Potential Surge Space* Stair Landing Multi-Cultural Ctr

Current allocation: ~750 sf Shown: 771 sf

*Note: Pending site review of spaces

1,321 sf

557 sf

516 sf

LGBQTA

Current allocation: 458 sf Shown: 557 sf

Cultural Forum

Women’s Ctr

Current allocation: 746 sf Shown: 687 sf TOTAL: 762 sf

Current allocation: 1,102 sf Shown: 666 sf TOTAL: 1,163 sf

666 sf

687 sf

544 sf

558 sf

Men’s Ctr

Student Activities Resource Ctr Current allocation: ~575 sf Shown: 608 sf

~75 sf

Current allocation: 244 sf Shown: 240 sf

Cultural Forum College Democrats/Oregon Commentator

Current allocation: 270 sf (total) Shown: 250 sf

Current allocation: 746 sf Shown: 75 sf TOTAL: 762 sf

1,293 sf ~75 sf

Student Unions

Current allocation: 1,184 sf Shown: 1,293 sf

8/26/13

ONE OF MULITPLE STUDENT GROUP RELOC ATION SCHEMES E R I N K E N N E DY

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Stair Landing

Available (mezzanine): ~6,167 sf

Survival Ctr/ Student Insurgent Current allocation: 388 sf Shown: 550 sf

Sustainability Ctr

Current allocation: 288 sf Shown: 350 sf

Non-Traditional Students

Current allocation: 244 sf Shown: 241 sf

~75 sf

Multi-Cultural Ctr

Current allocation: ~750 sf Shown: 771 sf

*Note: Pending site review of spaces

1,321 sf

557 sf

516 sf

LGBQTA

Current allocation: 458 sf Shown: 557 sf

Cultural Forum

Women’s Ctr

Current allocation: 746 sf Shown: 687 sf TOTAL: 762 sf

Current allocation: 1,102 sf Shown: 666 sf TOTAL: 1,163 sf

666 sf

687 sf

544 sf

558 sf

Men’s Ctr

Student Activities Resource Ctr Current allocation: ~575 sf Shown: 608 sf

~75 sf

Current allocation: 244 sf Shown: 240 sf

Cultural Forum College Democrats/Oregon Commentator Current allocation: 270 sf (total) Shown: 250 sf

Current allocation: 746 sf Shown: 75 sf TOTAL: 762 sf

1,293 sf ~75 sf

Student Unions

Current allocation: 1,184 sf Shown: 1,293 sf

8/26/13

TRANFORMATION OF FORMER COURT MEZZANINE INTO SURGE SPACE E R I N K E N N E D Y

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SCHEMATIC

DESIGN

Urban Farm Access

OPTION 2, Direct Access PROS -Most direct path through all spaces -Low impact on urban farm -Optional fence removal creates “friendlier” atmosphere on university property

CONS -High slope at playground entrace would require grading -Entry off alley might require regrading -New opening to the playground may not be a better location -Lose 3 parking spaces -Safety concern with path in middle of parking lot -Higher cost option

Shed

Agate Hall Parking Lot

Remove fence (If possible)

Loading Zone

Mark path

8’

Possible relocation

Regrade to meet ADA standards

Create opening in fence, curb and vegetation

Agate Playground

Create opening in curb and vegetation (Possible regrade to meet ADA) Indicate as a “no parking” zone

Extend curb

Urban Farm

Indicate as a “no parking” zone Close exisiting opening

North

10’

30’

Close exisiting opening

C AMPUS ACCESS SCHEMES THROUGH EXISITING URBAN FARM SITE

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RIVERFRONT RESEARCH CENTER BICYCLE PARKING OPTION A

WEST BIKE PARKING

2’

4’

6’

Scale: 3/16”=1’

SOUTH BIKE PARKING

Hoop and hanging racks

1’6”

43”

1’4”

60 total parking spots West- 20 South- 40

5’

5’

14’7”

14’7” 2’4”

6’

1’

N

18’

OPTION B

WEST BIKE PARKING

SOUTH BIKE PARKING

36”

N

26’ 36”

Hoop racks, hanging racks and bike lockers 50 total parking spots West- 20 South- 30

48”

5’

48”

48” 7’10

38”

80”

5’

60”

2 stacked bike lockers

OPTION C

WEST BIKE PARKING

SOUTH BIKE PARKING

Dero Ultra Super Saver hanging racks, hoop racks and bike lockers 52 total parking spots West-23 South- 29

40” 2 stacked bike lockers 8’

8’3” 5’3”

36” *Note: Hanging racks and Dero Ultra Super Saver hanging racks are interchangable 2 stacked bike lockers

BICYCLE PARKING SCHEMES AT EXISITING ENLCOSED BIKE C AGE E R I N K E N N E D Y

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ADA

CODE COMPLIANCE 1.

2.

D:1.5” 21” 51.25”

D:5.125”>4”

43”

D:2.25” D:3.75”

33”

23”

62.25” 25.875”

51.5”

15.75” 7.5”

1

60.5” 56.75”

41.625”

5.625”> 4” 35.5”< 36” 30’ 0.5” > 30’

4

30’ 3” >30’

17.5”< 24” 53”< 54”

3

52” 11.5”< 12”

Push Button: B.O. 39.5” T.O. 44.25”

9 lbf > 5lbf

56.25”

2

Protrusion 54” Depths >4” B.O. 33.5” T.O. 39.5” B.O. 27.875” T.O. 33.875”

Push Button: B.O. 34.25” T.O. 38.75”

3.

4. D: 4” D: 8.5”>4” 22” 12”

D: 5.625”>4”

62.5” 48.25”

61.75”

10”

D: 14.5”

39.75”

27.5”

1st Floor

33.5”

16.875”

16”

17.5”

31”

1st Floor: Bathroom

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THIS LONG-TERM PROJECT CONSISTED OF CHECKING FOR ADA CODE COMPLIANCE IN ALL PUBLIC SPACES OF RECENTLY COMPLETED UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS. 1.

2.

1. 11”

47”

Handles: fail fist test

12.5”

34.5”>34”

68”>46” 17.5”

16”

43.875” 36”>34”

61”>46”

55.375” 23.75”

15” 53”

1

34.375”>24”

21.125”

55.5”

14 lbf > 5lbf

43.125”

1

2 H: 26.5”>27”

H: 42”>34” 34”

35.5”

71.5” 37.625”

Sill H: 32”

59.625”

60.375” 22.125”

48”

24”

10 lbf > 5 lbf 3.75” Sill H: 32.25”

53.625”

3.75”

28.75”>25”

H: 39.625”>34”

33.5”

H: 17.625”

19.5”

48”

H: 55.375”> 48”

33.875” 36”

H: 25.75”<27”

7 lbs > 5lbf

19.625”<30”

H: 25.75”<27” 30.375”

26.625”<30” 13.5”<30”

H: 36”>34”

20.625”

2. D: 3.375”

18.5”<30” 43.25”

305: Kingzett Staff Commons

2

37.375”

36.625”

403: UOAA Past Presidents Executive Board Room

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36”>34”

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B.ARCH, UNIVERSITY OF OREGON (971)241-7381 kennedyerin0@gmail.com E R I N K E N N E DY

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