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ERIN

OTT

PORTFOLIO


ERIN

OTT

CONTACT: erinott98@ku.edu

PROFILE

636-856-6632

As part of my undergraduate studies, I became more exposed to urban planning and urban design, two subjects that I hope to continue learning about. I also have an interest in sustainable design. As a former Environmental Studies minor, I think it is important to understand the way our natural ecosystems work, and the effects our built environment has on these ecosystems. Ultimately, I hope to combine both my passion for the environment and architecture in my professional career.

EDUCATION •

Master of Architecture University of Kansas | Expected Graduation Spring 2022

Bachelor of Arts and Architectural Studies University of Kansas | Graduation Spring 2020 Honors | Highest Distinction

Environmental Studies Minor University of Kansas

Certificate of Entrepreneurship University of Kansas

SKILLS EXPERIENCES •

Chicago Architecture and Acoustics Study Tour University of Kansas School of Architecture & Design

Habitat for Hummanity - Forth Worth, TX University of Kansas - KU Alternative Breaks

Raven Riders Bike Shop - East Palo Alto, CA University of Kansas School of Architecture & Design

2019 Winter Break Asia Study Abroad Program University of Kansas School of Architecture & Design

AWARDS •

The Mark L. Morris, Jr. New Venture Development Award University of Kansas Center for Entrepreneurship

3rd Year Portfolio Competition - Honorable Mention University of Kansas School of Architecture & Design

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Indesign Illustrator Photoshop Rhino Grasshopper Lumion Revit Sketchup Fusion 360 Time Management Teamplayer Punctual Reliable

INTERESTS • • • • • •

Photography Crafts Camping Kayaking Traveling Tennis


CONTENT

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MULTI-USE HOUSING

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KANSAS SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND

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DEMONSTRATION PAVILION

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MULTI-GENERATIONAL HOUSING

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PHOTOGRAPHY

11TH AND MASS ST

RENOVATION AND ADDITION

YOUTHBUILD KCK

6TH AND MASS ST

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MULTI-USE HOUSING 11TH AND MASS ST

ARCH 502 Design Studio | Summer 2019 Located in downtown Lawrence, KS, this project is a multi-use development consisting of a commercial space at the street level, an outdoor public space, and 30 apartment units. (Ten 2-bedroom and Twenty studio units). The project strives to encapsulate the upbeat and kinetic energy of the surrounding Lawrence neighborhood and create a space for all members of the community to enjoy. The design process was composed of a series of smaller assignments without an understanding of what the final result was going to be. (1. landscape - this ended up being the park-like outdoor space. 2. wall- this would become the central corridor and major structural element of the building. 3. repeating modules- these would comprise the individual units.) This design process forced me to think about how I was going to connect all three smaller elements into one cohesive design. Programs used: Rhino, Revit, Indesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Lumion

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10TH ST

NEW HAMPSHIRE ST

MASSACHUSSETTS ST

VERMONT ST

11TH AND MASS SITE

GRANADA THEATRE

WATKINS HISTORY MUSEUM 11TH ST DOUGLAS CO. COURTHOUSE

WATSON PARK

POLICE STATION

KANSAS RIVER

7TH ST

SOUTH PARK

SOUTH PARK

8TH ST

INDUST

9TH ST

INDUSTRIAL PARK

10TH ST NEW HAMPSHIRE ST

MASSACHUSSETTS ST

VERMONT ST

KENTUCKY ST

TENNESSEE ST

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS

HOBBS PARK

11TH ST

SOUTH PARK

SOUTH PARK BURROUGHS CREEK TRAIL

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS

SITE MAP

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

SITE

KU CAMPUS

PARKS/GREENSPACES

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11TH AND MASS ST

SOUTHWEST SITE RENDERING

STORAGE

PARK SPACE (SEMI-PRIVATE)

COMMERCIAL SPACE ELEVATOR STAIRS

MASS ST.

ALLYWAY

PARK SPACE (SEMI-PUBLIC)

LOBBY

PARK SPACE (PUBLIC)

LOBBY

HALLWAY

STUDIO UNIT

11TH ST.

GROUND LEVEL

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TOP OF TOPOGRAPHY


WITHIN THE PARK

2 BR UNIT

HALLWAY

HALLWAY

WINDOW OPENINGS

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 6

0 FT

15 FT

45 FT

60 FT

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2 BR KITCHEN LIVING ROOM

STUDIO UNIT

0 FT

5

5 FT

15 FT

20 FT

2 BEDROOM UNIT


INTERIOR HALLWAY RENDERING

APARTMENT UNITS

WALL STRUCTURE

SECONDARY STORE ENTRANCE RANCE LOBBY TOPOGRAPHY

COMMERCIAL SPACE STAIRS ELEVATOR HALLWAYS

EXPLODED AXON DIAGRAM

3D CIRCULATION DIAGRAM

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KANSAS SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND RENOVATION AND ADDITION

ARCH 508 Design Studio | Fall 2019 RENOVATION - The primary objective of this project was to activate a previously underutilized space in Brighton Recreation Center. My goal was to create a program that would emphasize learning and making, while also creating a welcoming and interesting space for students, faculty, family, and members of the community to come and gather. Programs used: Rhino, Revit, Indesign, Illustrator, Photoshop. Lumion ADDITION - 5,000 square foot Black Box Theatre which can be adaptable for a variety of different uses. The main goal of the project was to create an interesting space that attracted members of the community while also maintaining student safety and privacy on campus. The project looked to blend in with the existing topography of the hillside and to complement the architectural language of Brighton Recreation Center. Programs used: Rhino, Revit, Indesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Lumion

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11TH ST

ADDITION

B LA

RENOVATION

STATE AVE

SUMMER ACADEMY OF ARTS & SCIENCE

DOUGLAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL WASHINGTON BLVD

8TH ST

9TH ST

10TH ST

11TH ST

12TH ST

13TH ST

14TH ST

BIG ELEVEN LAKE

STATE AVE

MINNESOTA AVE

MCKINLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

SITE MAP

WATERWAY PARK

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

SITE

SCHOOLS

PARKS/GREENSPACES

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KSSB RENOVATION PROCESS / ANALYSIS KSSB NEIGBORHOOD

DEMOGRAPHICS Race

Age

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SITE FORCES SUMMER

S

WINTER

PROGRAMMATIC SPACE PLANNING

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KSSB RENOVATION

FLOOR PLAN 0 FT

11

5 FT

NORTH INTERIOR ELEVATION/SECTION

15 FT

20 FT


WEST INTERIOR ELEVATION

SOUTH INTERIOR ELEVATION

EAST INTERIOR ELEVATION/SECTION

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SEATING AREA/GALLERY WALL

ACOUSTIC UPHOLSTERY

ACOUSTIC DIAGRAMS

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ACOUSTIC PANELS


EATING AREA/COFFEE CART/MAKERSPACE

LIGHTING DIAGRAMS

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KSSB ADDITION

WEST ENTRANCE

2 1

4

3

1 DN

5

6

DN

1

ENTRY / LOBBY

2

BATHROOMS - WOMENS

3

BATHROOMS - MENS

4

CATWALK

5

ELEVATOR

6

STAIRS

DN

UPPER LEVEL FLOOR PLAN

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WEST ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION

3

4

4

DN

1

3 2

5

5

8

7

3

6 UP

1

LOWER LEVEL FLOOR PLAN

1

ENTRY / LOBBY

2

THEATRE

3

STORAGE

4

COSTUME ROOM

5

CHANGING ROOM

6

STAIRS

7

ELEVATOR

8

MECHANICAL

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INTERIOR RENDERING - THEATRE

WALL SECTION

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INTERIOR RENDERING - LOWER LOBBY

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DEMONSTRATION PAVILION YOUTHBUILD KCK - MODEL BLOCK PROJECT

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ARCH 509 Design Studio | Spring 2020 This project was done in collaboration with YouthBuild KCK, an organization that teaches young people construction skills, all while helping to rebuild communities. The Model Block Project, spearheaded by YouthBuild KCK, is a block of multiple lots that YouthBuild is rebuilding with a focus on education, awareness, and engagement. Studio 509 worked in collaboration to help design a pavilion that would act as both an entrance to the community as well as demonstrate the tools being replicated in the Model Block Project homes. During the initial years of construction, the pavilion will be used as a demonstration pavilion. However, once the neighborhood has been established, the pavilion will serve as a place for community and social interactions like BBQ’s, birthday parties, and countless other neighborhood activities. Whatever form these events take, the hope is that this pavilion will continue to serve members of the community for years to come, as well as spur ongoing development within the community. Programs used: Revit, Sketchup, Indesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Lumion Team Members: Darius Mathius (3D Modeling/Detailing) Eric Perchiazzi (3D Modeling/Detailing)Emma VandeWater (Renders/ 3D Modeling) Hannah Nehmer (Diagramming/Research) Erin Ott (Diagramming/ Research/Renders)

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Alden St.

Cissna St.

Hiawatha St. Hiawatha St.

Cleveland Ave.

SITE MAP

HOMES

MODEL BLOCK PROJECT REGION

SITE

SCHOOLS

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DEMONSTRATION PAVILION

GOALS

COMMUNITY Create a space that serves all members of the community and creates a welcoming space for community interactions, now and in the future.

GROWTH Open up to the community and convey a sense of community growth and development through the design and form of the demonstration site.

NORTH ELEVATION

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EDUCATION Provide a space to facilitate learning and demonstrate the technologies used in the model block project.

RESOURCES Design for the intent of the project to be built and constructed by YouthBuild Trainees. Pay special attention to the skills and resources available.


BUILDING STORAGE

DISPLAY BOARDS

WATER TANK STORAGE / VIEWING WINDOW

WH WH WH FLOOR PLAN

EAST ELEVATION

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CONSTRUCTION PROCESS

4

3

DISPLAY BOARD / BUILDING STORAGE RENDERING

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COLUMN WALL

ROOF STRUCTURE

2

STORAGE BUILDING

1

FOUNDATION AND GRAVEL


STORAGE BUILDING - LAYERED CONSTRUCTION

1. 3/4” INNER PLYWOOD SHEATHING

4. 2X2 VERTICAL WOOD FURRING

2. 2X4 WOOD STUD FRAMING

5. 2X2 HORIZONTAL WOOD FURRING

3. 3/4” OUTER PLYWOOD SHEATHING & 4 MM

6. 1X6 WOOD CLADDING

WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

RENDERING LOOKING SOUTH TOWARDS COLUMN WALL

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CONSTRUCTION PROCESS COLUMN WALL CONSTRUCTION

3 2 1

1. Bottom Column Fastener. Column to Foundation Connection. 2. Steel Column. 3. Top Column Fastener. Column to Beam Connection

STEEL PIPE

SOLID STEEL PIN

1/2" BOLT THROUGH 1/2" BASE PLATE

STANDING SEAM METAL ROOF WOOD BOARD DECKING

WOOD BEAM (3) 2X12's WOOD JOIST 2X10 STEEL JOIST HANGER

SIMPSON STRONG TIE

STRUCTURAL STEEL COLUMN

1/2" BASE PLATE

STEEL PEN

STEEL TAB WELDED TO PIPE STEEL PIPE

1/2" ANCHOR BOLTS

COLUMN TO CONCRETE DETAIL

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COLUMN TO BEAM DETAIL


WATER RETENTION SYSTEM

WATER RETENTION DIAGRAM

METAL FASCIA 2x4 WOOD STUDS

GUTTER SCREEN 2x4 WOOD STUDS 1/2" LAG SCREW

METAL GUTTER 1x4 VERTICAL WOOD SLATS 2X4 WOOD HORIZONTAL FURRING 2x4 WOOD VERTICAL FURRING

PLASTIC WATER PROOFING MEMBRANE

PLASTIC WATER PROOFING MEMBRANE

3/4" PLYWOOD SHEATHING 2x4 WOOD STUDS 3/4" PLYWOOD SHEATHING

WATER TANK DISPLAY WINDOW

GUTTER DETAIL

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MULLTI-USE HOUSING LAWRENCE, KS

ARCH 608 Design Studio | Fall 2020 100,000 square foot multi-generation housing complex. The project looks to create a community of different demographics by offering multiple unit types (1 BR, 2 BR, 3 BR, and ADA). The building offers amenties such as a gym, yoga studio, children’s area, game room, lounges, study spaces, and outdoor areas like seating, fire pits, and a dog park. The building strives to be a place where people truly can live, work, and play. While social interaction is encouraged, personal space and wellbeing is also prioritized. Another important aspect of the building are the sustainable strategies integrated into the building through water retention systems, solar panels, recycling, native plants, etc. These strategies not only look to minimize the buildings impact on its environment, but also serve as educational opportunities for the residents who live there. Programs used: Revit, Sketchup, Indesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Lumion

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ROBINSON PARK 6TH ST

BURCHAM PARK

NEW HAMPSHIRE ST

VERMONT ST

MASSACHUSSETTS ST

6TH AND MASS SITE

WALNUT PARK

7TH ST

KANSAS RIVER

LAWRENCE RIVER TRAIL

CONSTANT PARK

ROBINSON PARK 6TH ST

NEW HAMPSHIRE ST

MASSACHUSSETTS ST

VERMONT ST

WATSON PARK

7TH ST

8TH ST

SITE MAP

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

SITE

WATER

PARKS/GREENSPACES

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6TH AND MASS ST

RETAIL STREETSIDE RENDERING

5

3

6

6

6

3

2 6

4

1

1

ENTRY / LOBBY

3

STAIRS

5

MECHANICAL

7

CAFE

2

ELEVATORS

4

CENTRAL ATRIUM

6

STORAGE

8

RETAIL

LEVEL 1 - LOBBY / COMMERCIAL SPACE

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8

7

0 FT

15 FT

30 FT

45 FT

9

CONVIENCE / PHARMACY

60 FT

9


GYM - LEVEL 2

YOGA / FITNESS ROOM - LEVEL 3

CHILDREN’S PLAYROOM - LEVEL 4

GAME ROOM - LEVEL 5

3 2

4

3

7

2 1

2

6

5

2

8

1

LOUNGE

3

STAIRS

5

CENTAL ATRIUM

7

GYM

2

OUTDOOR PATIO

4

ELEVATOR

6

CENTRAL COURTYARD

8

WORK/STUDY

LEVEL 2 - TYPICAL RESIDENTIAL FLOOR PLAN

0 FT

15 FT

30 FT

45 FT

60 FT

30


UNIT TYPES

1 BR 1 BA

2 BR 2 BA

1 BR 1 BA (ADA)

3 BR 2 BA 0 FT

SHADING DEVICE DIAGRAM

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15 FT

22.5 FT

PRIVATE BALCONY RENDERING

30 FT


GREEN ROOF DESIGN

CHILDREN’S PLAY AREA

ROOF FLOOR PLAN

DOG PARK

0 FT

15 FT

30 FT

45 FT

HABITAT FOR BIRDS, INSECTS, POLLINATOR SPECIES

60 FT

LOUNGE SPACE

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CENTRAL COURTYARD INTERIOR COURTYARD - RAINWATER RETENTION POOL

NORTH-SOUTH SECTION

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CENTRAL ATRIUM & GREEN WALL


GREENWALL ATRIUM SOLAR PANELS

DOG PARK FOR RESIDENTS. ALLOWS FOR FRESH AIR, EXCERCISE, SOCIAL INTERACTION, ETC.

YOGA

LARGE PRIVATE BALCONIES WITH ACCESS TO FRESH AIR. GYM

BIKE RACKS HELP TO PROMOTE ALTERNATIVE TRANSPORTATION AND HEALTHEIR LIFESTYLES.

SMALL CONVENIENCE STORE WITH ACCESS TO FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.

WORK/STUDY SPACE ON EVERY FLOOR TO PROVIDE A QUIET SPACE FOR RESIDENTS TO WORK OUTSIDE OF THEIR APARMENTS.

ELECTRIC CAR CHARGING STATION

COTE 1O SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES

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PHOTOGRAPHY

One of my favorite hobbies is photography. It allows me to capture some of the most random and wonderful moments in my life. The following photos, in no particular order, represent some of my favorite things. The formation of clouds in the sky, the first blooms of spring, vacationing in the mountains, architectural sights in Singapore, Malaysia, and Japan, or the patterns of a building facade and how the sun and shadows interact. These photos represent things, places, and moments that have and continue to bring me peace and happiness.

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