E VA N S A L E Yale School of Architecture | June 2016
E VA N S A L E University of Cincinnati | January 2016
COMPETITIONS 1 2
Discourse Unfolds Summit Grounds
PROFESSIONAL 3 4 5
Andre Kikoski Architect Centerbrook Architects Hammond Beeby Rupert Ainge
STUDIO 6 7 8 9 10
Reading Spaces Mt. Airy Forest Solar Gain Row Home McMicken and Vine
DISCOURSE UNFOLDS 1 | 1st Place AIA Ohio Student Competition 2015
I organized a 2-day charrette with Kevin Kastle, Shinji Miyajima, and Samantha Schuermann. Our structure serves the Architectural Congress of Ohio and the Miami University community, and it was selected as the best entry from among architecture schools in Ohio. My major contributions were the plan and site organization, as well as the digital models that provided a base for our renderings. The building seems to open up in a gesture of transparency that allows visitors to glimpse the exhibition space before reaching the entrance. Resource spaces are secluded, while open studios face a pond at the southeast. The expressive plate language of the exhibition space frames shifting views and prompts a more critical examination of space, views, and light. An outdoor gathering space mediates between interior and exterior.
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Exhibition Studios Reference Fabrication Terrace
SUMMIT GROUNDS 2 | 2nd Place AIA Ohio Student Competition 2014
I organized a 2-day charrette with Brendan Carr and Daham Marapane, and our design won 2nd place. The pavilion would provide a home for the Architectural Congress of Ohio. My contributions included the site organization and much of the plan, as well as the digital model that provided a base for our renderings. Interior spaces are linked to outdoor ones to engage the large site. The public spaces, such as the dynamic exhibition space, address the public side of the site near campus, while the studio and support spaces are secluded. The system of folded plates incorporates glazing with vertical shades to flood the spaces with even light.
ANDRE KIKOSKI ARCHITECT 3 | Internship New York City Summer 2015
I worked full-time as an intern at Andre Kikoski Architect, producing presentation renderings and CDâ€™s. Projects included a transformable model of interior renovations at The Columbia and schematic facade designs for 75 Kenmare. Both are luxury residential buildings in Manhattan.
CENTERBROOK ARCHITECTS 4 | Internship Centerbrook, CT Autumn 2014
I worked full-time as an intern at Centerbrook Architects and Planners in Essex, Connecticut. My tasks included progress renderings, as well as programming, schematic modeling, and construction documents. Projects included the Derryfield School in Manchester, NH and Mystic Seaport Museum.
HAMMOND BEEBY RUPERT AINGE 5 | Internship Chicago Spring 2014
N E T ANREETA
-LIU IN FIRST FLOOR FIRST FLOOR 43,992 43,992 GSF GSF
SECONDSECOND FLOOR FLOOR 33,550 33,550 GSF GSF
I worked full-time as an intern at Hammond Beeby Rupert Ainge Architects in Chicago. My largest tasks involved schematic design for Jenkins and Nanovic Halls at the University of Notre Dame. I allocated program spaces to reconcile departmental demands with formal constraints. Above: Demarcation of academic departments in Jenkins and Nanovic Halls
BUILDING TOTALTOTAL BUILDING AREA AREA 181,440 181,440 GSF GSF
THIRD FLOOR THIRD FLOOR 32,834 32,834 GSF GSF
BASEMENT SHELL: 6,283 BASEMENT SHELL: 6,283 ATTIC 2,334 SHELL: 2,334 ATTIC SHELL:
R E A D I N G S PAC E S 6 | Decisions and Revisions Professor Rene Martin Autumn 2013 Summer 2015 In this branch library near the University of Cincinnati, spaces that cater to distinct types of study are distributed among interdependent levels.
INDVIDUAL STUDY Punctuated by skylit tubes that illuminate spaces below
Conceived for a studio course in 2013 and reformulated in 2015, the project experiments with ways to mediate the connections between study spaces, the public realm, and the outside environment.
READING AND STACKS
An introspective reading room rests in a layered shell that contains stack alcoves, while a skylight system filters light.
The massing and facades recognize contextual tropes and suggest an exceptional civic function.
High-volume space with layered shell for media storage
Cafe and auditorium
Skylight system is expressed in a dramatic exterior profile
Stack walls expressed as a continuous wrapper 2 Ground floor transparent and accessible 1 2 3 4 5
Plaza Cafe Lobby Stacks Reading room
F I N A L C O N F I G U R AT I O N
Defines figural interior space
Create alcoves and interstitial spaces that perceptibly expand interior and filter movement
Express repetitive alcoves, provide for media storage and transparency at ground level
FOR ALL SEASONS The buildingâ€™s crown changes character with the outside environment. During the day, it receives light and moderates it for the interior. At night, it becomes a beacon as light from the interior filters upward.
MOUNT AIRY FOREST 7 | Tectonic Integration and Site Analysis Professor Stephen Slaughter Summer 2014 I designed a research center for a site in Mount Airy Forest, near Cincinnati. The design developed from extensive site planning and employs tectonic explorations based on the umbrella column shell. Right: Site traffic studies Below: Successive site plans, reflecting evolution of tectonic unit
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Lobby Administration Laboratory Residence
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Classrooms Lecture Ampitheater Terrace
ABS-printed model in adaptable group site model of CNC-milled maple
SOLAR GAIN 8 | Physical Modeling and Solar Geometry Professor Michael Zaretsky Summer 2014
Shading needed Not needed
I was given the task of moderating temperature in a stairwell with southern glazing in Savannah, Georgia. One solution uses a deciduous vine, while another uses screens and louvers to track the sun.
ROW HOME 9 | Typology and Section Professor Bob Burnham Winter 2015
To begin a semester of study on urban housing types, I designed a home for a photographer and her family in Covington, KY. It responds to its 19th-century context and to views across the Ohio River to Cincinnati. Left: 422 Riverside Drive, Covington, KY Center: Early section models Right: Collage of site influences
8 The private spaces are secluded at the back of the site, while the entertaining spaces open into the courtyard and possess views across the river. A dynamic section gives each space a distinct character and promotes visual connections. Opposite: Salon, with view North
1 Studio 2 Utility
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Salon Dining Kitchen Courtyard Master Suite Garage
9 Study 10 Bedrooms
11 River Terrace 12 Family Room 13 Family Terrace
MCMICKEN AND VINE 10 | Multi-Unit Housing Professor Bob Burnham Spring 2015
Confronts a housing shortage in Cincinnatiâ€™s Over-the-Rhine Neighborhood while reinvesting in a place that has seen decades of decay. Below: Group site model with my intervention
MID-SIZED HOME 2 br/2 ba x 8 Views uptown
E V E N T S PA C E
COMMONS Lobby, lounge, and admin
Adjacent to roof terrace
C I R C U L AT I O N Skip-stop elevator + stair Central corridor
LARGE HOME 3 br/2 ba x 4 Southern sun and best views
SMALL HOME FITNESS
1 br/1 ba x 8 Open, high volume space
Serves residents and wider community
CAFE Mechanical and parking
Faces street and entry courtyard
GROUND FLOOR 1 2 3 4 5
Cafe Lounge Terrace Fitness Administration
EVEN FLOORS Contain bedrooms and amenity spaces. Major living spaces occupy both levels and are visually connected to upper level spaces.
ODD FLOORS Contain common circulation and the public spaces of 5 apartments. Each apartment has a balcony and a high-volume living area
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