Selected works by Haley Gamble 2014-2017
TABLE OF CONTENTS PROFILE
CRAFT BEER TASTING PAVILION
II. TERM PROJECTS
SUNKEN GARDEN LAYERED CONSERVATION PLEIN AIR
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III. COMPETITION BEEHIVE 26 RECONFIGURE 28
IV. OFFICE PROJECTS
TORONTO MONTESSORI SCHOOL ELGIN MILLS CAMPUS SHAARE ZEDEC HOSPITAL CANCER CENTRE
V. VISUAL ART
PHOTOGRAPHY 38 THREE DIMENSIONAL WORKS 40 METALSMITHING 41 2
RESUME Iâ€™m Haley Gamble, a fourth year architecture student, designer and art enthusiast currently pursuing employment opportunities in architecture and business development. The following is a selection of my academic, professional and personal design work. Thank you for taking the time to review my portfolio. Should you have any questions or require additional information please do not hesitate to contact me,
Architectural Assistant, Arquitectonica, Los Angeles, California - 2018
Worked in revit to create drawing deliverables from SD through CD for a corporate office park in Southern California Assisted in the development and submission of RFPs Helped to develop project standards for the office pertaining to details and specifications
Architectural Co-op Student, IBI Group, Vancouver, British Columbia - 2017 Worked alongside a team of architects in the high rise residential department on several projects in SD, DD and CD Independently produced a number of feasibilty studies of a time sensitive nature Intern Architect, Farrow Partners, Toronto, Ontario - 2016
AutoCAD Maxwell Adobe CC Sketchup Hand Drafting Microsoft Office 3D Printing
Worked directly with firm principal Tye Farrow on a number of projects Created all deliverables for the masterplanning phase of a Toronto private school renovation including plans, models and diagrams Assisted in the creation of design deliverables for two major healthcare projects
Mobile Phone Number: 519-498-1885 Email: email@example.com Home Address: 270 Union Blvd. Kitchener, ON, N2M 2T1
Architectural Technologist, Allan Avis Architects, Goderich, Ontario - 2016 Worked with senior team members on a number of small to medium sized projects through all phases of design and construction Made field visits to collect measurements site data and photographs EDUCATION Candidate for Honours Bachelor of Architectural Studies, Architecture, University of Waterloo, ON, Sept. 2014 - present
I. D E S I G N - B U I L D
CRAFT BEER TASTING PAVILION This pavilion was a designbuild project for a local craft brewery. Its program is a craft-beer tasting bar meant for easy assembly and configuration at craftbeer festivals. The design of the pavilion evolved from a basic series of horizontal datum lines that marked common levels of use at a bar namely chair, stool, table and bar height. These datum lines manifest themselves as interlocking plywood surfaces. This pavilion was a group project in which I acted as project manager: approaching potential clients, acquiring a liquor license, co-ordinating materials and attending client meetings. The design and construction of this pavilion was completed in two weeks and the final product was given to ABEERB Restaurant and Microbrewery for future use at local craft-beer events.
II. T E R M P R O J E C T S
SUNKEN COURTYARD This project is a mixed use midrise development in Toronto. It seeks to extend and integrate the public space of the neighbouring park through the site towards a historic garrison. This translates into an L-shaped massing that frames public space and engages an existing heritage building as the keystone of the formation. The development surrounds a sunken public plaza which doubles the frontage of retail at grade, allows easy access to the bordering transit hub, brings grade to the base of the heritage building and activates the public space. The development also provides a number of increasingly popular services including: communal garden plots, retail space for quality food producers, creative industry offices, a community gallery and a community centre.
CREATIVE INDUSRIES COMMUNITY CENTRE
WELLINGTON STREET SUNKEN SCULPTURE GARDEN
SUNKEN PUBLIC PLAZA
RY GALLE URT CO FORE
E OFFIC Y LOBB
L ENTIA RESID Y LOBB ATOR CINER RY/IN GALLE BUILDING
COMM. CENTRE FITNESS STUDIOS
GALLERY/ INCINERATOR BUILDING CAFE GROCERY
COMMUNITY CENTRE LOBBY
SUNKEN PUBLIC PLAZA
CAFE GROCERY M/E ROOM
M/E ROOM PARKING
LAYERED CONSERVATION Layered conservation is a private lodge and water conservation institute located on the French River. One definition of the word lodge is to deposit for safeguard or preservation where deposit is to lay down in layers or a covering. In layered conservation both materials and program are layered onto the site to integrate with the landscape. Horizontal layers are marked by protruding roofs and floor slabs while vertical layers are established by alternating bands of program and circulation. The lodge is designed for both temporary public use in the form of a research exhibition space, and long term occupancy by researchers and scientists in the water conservation field.
PLEIN AIR Plein Air is an exploration of the arts as a catalyst for social and economic change. The development is composed of three types of housing: artist, market and transitional. These are spread across the site to create a new circulation corridor through the block and to maintain solar exposure. This opening behaves as an urban street allowing the public to be integrated into the housing complex. This unique condition makes it possible for artists to sell and promote their work, eliminating the costs usually associated with acquiring gallery space.
III. C O M P E T I T I O N
THE BEEHIVE The Beehive is an exterior multi-purpose assembly space. The Beehive is a semi-permeable steel shell designed to frame a space ideal for community events and everyday occupancies alike. The structure is an octagonal pattern which lends the structure its ridigidity. The octagons create a patchwork pattern of alternating exposed structure and mesh covered units to provide solar shading. Each octagonal piece is made of steel HSS sections connected by combination clevis and hexhead connections for simple, standardized manufacturing and assemblage.
RECONFIGURE RECONFIGURE is a modular approach to the seasonal market place. The irregular shape of the units, ease of assembly and modification makes them versatile and allows for adaptive reuse. Modules can be easily customized to suit new sites including marketplaces, parks and city streets. The individual modules are made entirely of salvaged steel products making them an affordable and sustainable option. These modules are made entirely of salvaged steel products. The structural frame is fabricated of repurposed steel scaffolding which allows the units to be easily configured and assembled. The cladding is repurposed, agricultural, corrugated steel siding which makes the modules lightweight and durable.
I V. O F F I C E P R O J E C T S
TORONTO MONTESSORI SCHOOL ELGIN MILLS CAMPUS The Elgin Mills Toronto Montessori School was a renovation and addition project intended to re-establish the Montessori education brand. The scope of the project included the addition of new student common and public spaces as well as a larger consolidated entry. The masterplanning process consisted of a series of charettes where design material was presented to the faculty in the form of schematic siteplans, diagrams and models. The feedback generated from these disccussions was used to create an optimal design and accompanying masterplan report.
SHAARE ZEDEC CANCER CENTRE This cancer centre is part of a larger project called the Shaare Zedec Medical Centre in Jerusalem. During my time at Farrow Partners the building was in schematic design in preparation for client and ministry of health presentations at the end of the year. The cancer centre was modelled after a butterfly as it is the symbol of hope in Jewish faith and consequently a symbol of hope for cancer patients. My personal work on the project included the design diagram package and a design report for donor presentations.
V. V I S U A L A R T
THREE DIMENSIONAL WORKS