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Erin Walsh selected works


ERIN WALSH EDUCATION

EXPERIENCE

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

University of Cincinnati | Class of 2020

Smallwood Reynolds Stewart Stewart | 2018

UC Girl Scouts of Western Ohio

Bachelor of Science in Architecture

Minor in Marketing

Serve as a leader to a group of 15-20 girls to

Worked on small teams for projects in the

teach them the value of friendship, service, and

fields of mixed-use, hospitality, and warehouse

give them empowerment to be strong women of

buildouts.

tomorrow.

Co-Op Intern

• Design work for unit plans, lobby, stairs

• Parking deck

• Detail sheets

The Cake Boutique | 2017- 2018 Customer Service, Baked Goods Decorator

Make sure customers are satisfied with product and handle any miscommunicatons or

negative feedback. Decorate some of the baked goods using various techniques.

ABOUT THE DESIGNER

Children’s Rehabilitation Center

Assistant to a physical therapist in Warren, OH

to aide handicapped children and encourage

them to improve motor skills.


Phone: 404.983.4595 Email: walshe3@mail.uc.edu issuu.com/erinwalsh16

ACTIVITIES/LEADERSHIP American Institute of Architecture Students NCARB/AXP Student Executive Advisor

Leader to other members of the AIAS program,

available to answer any questions or concerns

regarding AIA. Serve as the liason between

fellow peers and the AIA database.

DAAP Ambassador

Serve as a guide and leader to those interested

in the dynamic of the DAAP program.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS/AWARDS

SKILLS

University of Cincinnati Dean’s List

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Cincinnatus Scholar

Rhino

National Honor Society President

Rhino VRay

Relay for Life Team Captain

Revit

Women as Leaders in the Workplace- Kent State

Hand Drafting Adobe Suites Microsoft Office Suites SketchUp Bluebeam


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professional multi-family high rise art institute warehouse buildout


Poetry Foundation Cincinnati, Ohio Fall 2017 Using one of three existing sites in Overthe-Rhine, designers were challenged to design a poetry foundation open to the public. This particular site was wedged between two unformidable buildings, and had to maintain a path through. My primary focus in designing was the shift of perspective and experience based on one’s position around or in the foundation. This was acheived through strategic layering and atriums.

Site Plan

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Lobby

Offices

Gallery

Classrooms

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Auditorium

Research

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Library

Multi-Purpose

Low Low Visibility Medium Visibility High Visibility

CONCEPT

Conceptual Visabilty Diagram

Lobby

Offices

Gallery

Classrooms

Auditorium

Research

Programming Diagram


Exterior VRay Render


First Floor


Second Floor

Third Floor

Transitional Vingettes


Front Elevation


Section A


Design Methods: A Series Cincinnati, Ohio Summer 2018 With a site in Newport, Kentucky along the levee, designers were prompted to think schematically about a proposition for a new boathouse, observation deck, and field house for the Cincinnati Junior Rowing Team. The process was broken up in a series of phases ranging from XS to XL.

Beam Structure held in place using tension

Wood Cross Beam Structure

Nails at joints

Glazing set in paneling

Wood Beam System Detail

Shading Detail


Concrete column contructed in concrete ceiling

Slab on grade

Entrance Detail

Paper Folding Spacial Study


Conceptual Massing Collages


The Folly Cincinnati, Ohio Spring 2017 In a small team, designers were asked to create a folly in the quad of the Engineering building. The goal was to contruct an 8x8x8’ structure that could be used in some way by passerbys. The design team looked at words such as “organic” and “grotto” to create a structure that manipulates the triangle in a relationship to nature.

ELEVATION

West Elevation

Triangle Assembly Diagram

ELEVATION

South Elevation


Final Assembly


Poetics of Movement Cincinnati, Ohio Fall 2017 Looking at the qualities of poetry, designers were asked to create a transitional section design that moves through a series of spaces using words that define poetry. After analyzing poetry, I noticed often times when reading poetry, you understand how the end will feel, but not your journey in getting there. I studied words such as confine, encompass, and contradicting and created a series of spaces that reflect them.

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Final Model Perspective


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Section B


3D Collage Poetry Studies


Line Block Cincinnati, Ohio Fall 2016 Using the structured cube form, designers were asked to analyze space. I decided to study geometries, of both 2D and 3D, and how these geometries begin to form larger spaces. Slowly, these forms were transformed to meet the edges of the cube.

Elevation Iteration

Hand Drawn Axon


Final Model


Mixed Media Cincinnati, Ohio Spring 2017

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FIRE PUMP 215 SF DOCK 662 SF

GENERATOR ROOM 594 SF

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Art Institute Warehouse Entry Smallwood Reynolds Stewart Stewart Atlanta, Georgia Spring 2018 With college campuses expanding every year in urban areas, many schools look to buy an existing building or empty warehouse to fit their needs. The SRSSA team was hired to create a new interior buildout for an art institute, and needed a few architects to design a new entry for the warehouse. Some challenges with this were the existing grade and tight budget provided by the client.


Entry Plan Rendering


SRSSA Team Member

Front Elevation


Thank You Erin Walsh 404.983.4595 walshe3@mail.uc.edu

Erin Walsh | University of Cincinnati | DAAP| Summer 2018  
Erin Walsh | University of Cincinnati | DAAP| Summer 2018  
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