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EVON CALABRESE PORTFOLIO


FINE ART

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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MODELS

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TRUEXCULLINS

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COMPRESSION SCULPTURE

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SHADE STRUCTURE

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HOUSE IN THE WOODS

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SOLAR DECATHLON

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GENERATING AN URBAN FABRIC

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UO FACULTY CLUB

11-12

TRAUMA-INFORMED HOUSING

13-14

STITCHED FUTURES

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POST OCCUPANCY EVALUATION

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CAMPO SANTA MARGHERITA CASE STUDY

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ANALYSIS

CONTEMPORARY FIGURE PAINTING

URBAN DESIGN

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ARCHITECTURE

SKETCHES


SKETCHES

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ACADEMIC

PROFESSIONAL

PERSONAL

2011-2016


All oil on canvas from direct observation:

1) 12” X 9” • 10 min pose • Oct. 2016 2) 16” X 20” • 3 hr pose • Oct. 2016 3) 30” X 24” • 8 hr pose • Oct. 2016 4) 16” X 20” • 3 hr pose • Nov. 2016 5) 24” X 30” • 8 hr pose • Nov. 2015

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CONTEMPORARY FIGURE PAINTING

ARCHITECTURE

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4

ANALYSIS

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URBAN DESIGN

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ACADEMIC

PROFESSIONAL

PERSONAL

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2015-2016

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MODELS

LIGHT STUDY

Quarter scale model of the Mathilda Chair designed by Patricia Urquiola

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ACADEMIC

PROFESSIONAL

PERSONAL

2011-2019


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DESIGNER

3) EDUCATION • NEW BUILD

4) COMMERCIAL • ADDITION

5) RESORT • INTERIOR DESIGN

6) HISTORIC RESTORATION

2) Renovation of an existing home in Stowe, VT • Project Manager • Architectural Visualization 3) New Residence Hall at Saint Michael’s College • Construction Administration 4) Addition to an optical filter laboratory in Bellows Falls, VT • Drafts Person 5) Interior Design of a resort in Rockport, ME • Architectural Visualization 6) Historic Restoration of Southwick Hall at University of Vermont • Drafts Person • Construction Administration

*Photography by Jim Westphalen

ACADEMIC

PROFESSIONAL

PERSONAL

2015 - 2016

ANALYSIS

2) RESIDENTIAL • RENOVATION

URBAN DESIGN

1) RESIDENTIAL • NEW BUILD *

ARCHITECTURE

1) 13,000 sqft residence in Cornwall, VT • Drafts Person

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COMPRESSION SCULPTURE

STUDY MODEL 5

ACADEMIC

PROFESSIONAL

SIZE: 9” x 9” x 17.5” PERSONAL

FALL 2012


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SHADE STRUCTURE Shade structure along the Charles River Bike path provides views to the river and park. The slat screen shelters people from the elements without limiting visibility.

ARCHITECTURE

CHARLES RIVER PARK

URBAN DESIGN ANALYSIS

CONCEPT SKETCH ACADEMIC

PROFESSIONAL

PERSONAL

FALL 2012

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HOUSE IN THE WOODS Renovation / addition to an existing grain storage structure FLEXIBLE SHORT TERM USE: Artist Studio Writers Loft Music Studio

MAIN LEVEL

UPPER LEVEL

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ACADEMIC

PROFESSIONAL

PERSONAL

FALL 2012


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SOLAR DECATHLON 2011 T E AM M ASSAC H U S E T T S LEAD INTERIOR DESIGNER

ARCHITECTURE

Contributions to the project include overseeing and leading all interior design and developing the concept of movable walls and transformable space.

URBAN DESIGN

Modular system adapts to meet family’s changing needs

MOVABLE WALLS

ANALYSIS

Photography by Julie Chen

ACADEMIC

PROFESSIONAL

PERSONAL

2010 - 2011

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GENERATING AN URBAN FABRIC

TERRACED RESIDENTS

SHOPPING / OFFICES

VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS NEIGHBORHOOD

COMMUNITY GARDEN

URBAN FARM

ROOF DECK

DEGREE PROJECT • 2013 GOAL Create a holistic neighborhood on an underutilized site by designing the master plan around an underlying essence.

COMMERCIAL

URBAN STRATEGY Use the South Boston Waterfront as a platform to generate the connective urban fibers between city infrastructure and existing cultural landmarks through the visual and performing arts

RESIDENTIAL / MIXED USE VISUAL + PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

ARTIST STUDIOS

ZONING DIAGRAM

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS

PUBLIC / PRIVATE DIAGRAM BUFFER

VIEW

RESIDENTIAL/ MIXED USE

WINTER WIND CO

SOLAR EXPOSURE

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ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN

ANALYSIS

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UO FACULTY CLUB

GOAL Create a space to celebrate faculty and provide them with the necessary programming, that is currently lacking on the campus.

STRATEGY - Reinterpret historic details in a contemporary way using Hendricks Hall as a reference - Connect University Street and Women’s Quad - Define Women’s Quad with a new facade, dining terrace and paths - Gallery / Reading room to celebrate faculty accomplishments - Meeting rooms on upper floors are semi private, have views and daylight

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ACADEMIC

PROFESSIONAL

PERSONAL


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DN UP

DECK

UP

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ARCHITECTURE

OPEN TO BELOW

WEST

DN

FROHNMAYER DINING ROOM

UP

MEETING

MEETING KITCHEN

CUSTODIAL

MEETING

LEVEL 3

URBAN DESIGN

EAST

UP

DN

GALLERY/ READING ROOM

DN

UP DN

DN DN

MAIN DINING ROOM

CAFE WINDOW

ANALYSIS

KITCHEN LOADING

MGMT UP

BIKE STORAGE

SERVICE ROAD

LEVEL 1 FALL 2017

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TRAUMA-INFORMED HOUSING

PARTI

ZERO-LOT-LINE

Interior Architecture studio tasked with converting an existing historic office building into affordable housing USER GROUP Families and individuals who have experienced trauma.

DESIGN CONCEPTS

CONCEPT STATEMENT Many aspects of Trauma-Informed Design are just good design principles however these are vital for individuals suffering from PTSD because they can be extremely sensitive to their environments. Trauma-Informed Design principles are implemented in the following ways: Spatial Layout Clear Way Finding Provide Clear Sightlines User Experience User Control Positive Distractions Sensory Qualities Aesthetics High Quality + Aesthetically Pleasing Minimize Visual Clutter Color Home Like (not institutional) Connection to Nature Direct Indirect

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ACADEMIC

PROFESSIONAL

PERSONAL

TRANSITION ZONE

DAYLIGHT

VIEWS OF GREENERY


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1-BEDROOM

UP

3-BEDROOM 3-BEDROOM

UP

ARCHITECTURE

DN

1-BEDROOM

1-BEDROOM

UP

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3-BEDROOM

3-BEDROOM

2-BEDROOM

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URBAN DESIGN

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UP

ADMIN.

MGMT

NW BROADWAY

CLINIC

UP

JEWISH MUSEUM

TRASH

STORAGE GALLERY

LEVEL 1 >s>ϭ

ANALYSIS

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STITCHED FUTURE N. PORTLAND URBAN REVITALIZATION TERMINAL STUDIO • WINTER 2019 Part 1 of Terminal Studios: master planning a 160 acre plot which currently houses the Portland Expo Center DESIGN PRINCIPLES CREATES CONNECTIONS TO IMPROVE RESILIENCY HUMAN WELL-BEING AND EXPERIENCE FOSTERS DIVERSITY AS A MEANS OF PROMOTING INCLUSIVITY A BUILT ENVIRONMENT THAT IS HARMONIOUS WITH NATURAL FORCES This was a group project with Gabe Haug and Jared Dukes. Design concepts were a group effort and all imagery was created by myself unless noted otherwise

Collaborative rendering

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ACADEMIC

PROFESSIONAL

PERSONAL


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WINTER 2019

ANALYSIS

Wide-load Truck Route Light Rail Stops

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POST OCCUPANCY EVALUATION BUS RIDERS

ROOSEVELT MIDDLE SCHOOL

CLASSROOM

The following is an excerpt from analysis conducted for a POE of an Eugene, Oregon public middle school

CLASSROOM

CLASSROOM

BREAK-OUT SPACE

SPECIAL ED

SPECIAL ED

SPECIAL ED

ENTRY

PARENT DROP OFF/ BIKE RACKS

ADMIN. AREA CLASSROOM

CLASSROOM

BREAK-OUT SPACE

CLASSROOM FORUM

GYM LOCKER ROOM HEALTH CLASS

USER FEEDBACK

SCIENCE

ART CLASS

SCIENCE

GYM

ADMIN

FACULTY

STUDENTS

PARENTS

COURTYARD

SCIENCE

NATURAL DAYLIGHT

COOKING/ FRENCH CLASS

MOSTLY GIRLS SAT IN THIS AREA

INNER TRANSPARENCY

LOCKER ROOM

SCIENCE CAFETERIA

MATERIALS FLEXIBILITY PERFORMING ARTS KITCHEN

COMMUNAL SPACES

5 TO 9 STUDENTS PER TABLE

WAY-FINDING

ANNOTED NOTES STUDENTS ARE PERCHED / PEOPLE WATCHING

POSITIVE FEEDBACK

MIXED FEEDBACK

NEGATIVE FEEDBACK

KEY CIRCULATION DISTRIBUTION WHERE PEOPLE ARE SITTING SOCIOPETAL AREA

This was a group project with Estefania Valdivia Solorzano and Omar Garcia. Floor plans and professional photos were provided by the school. All other imagery and graphics were created by myself unless noted otherwise

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ACADEMIC

PROFESSIONAL

PERSONAL

SOCIOFUGAL AREA

WINTER 2018


USE TYPE USE TYPE Institutional

Vacant

4.1%

12.2% Market Stand 8.1%

CASE STUDY

Hotel 2.7%

Cafe / Restaurant 39.2%

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CAMPO SANTA MARGHERITA

Residence 13.5%

Business 8.1%

INTENSITY PATTERNS

Shop 12.2%

USE PATTERNS

Campo Santa Margherita is a neighborhood campo (plaza) in the Dorsoduro District of Venice DAILY ACTIVITY 3

ARCHITECTURE

The following is an excerpt from analysis conducted while studying abroad in Italy.

Ci ic ffice

URBAN DESIGN

Shop Market Stand Resturant

2

2

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23

22

21

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Ci ic ffice Shop Market Stand Resturant

2

MOST ACTIVITY

SITTING AT TABLE

STANDING Monda

Tuesda

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Thursda

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Saturda

Sunda

LEAST ACTIVITY

WALKING

This was a group project with Abby Farrell and Bentley Rager. All imagery and graphics were created by myself unless noted otherwise

SRPING 2018

ANALYSIS

SITTING

1

CAFE / REST. SHOP BUSINESS INSTITUTIONAL RESIDENTIAL HOTEL MARKET VACANT

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Architecture Portfolio  

a selection of projects from graduate, undergraduate and professional work

Architecture Portfolio  

a selection of projects from graduate, undergraduate and professional work

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