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K. Haley Padgett Architecture Portfolio

2014


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I n v o lv em e n t Wh ar t o n|Pen n Des ign Real E s tate C l u b member G er ald D. Hin es U rban Des ign Co mpe t it o r 20 1 4 U Penn team memb er f or Na s hville’s h isto r ic S u lph u r D ell F ast C o mpan y P ublication a ir pur if ic a tio n design r epr esenting Pen nDes ign a nd the Sha wn R ic kenba c ker stu dio S pr ing 20 13 NYRP ED GE ucation P avil l ion com petitio n tea m member su p porting Urba n Da ta + Design Br o o k ly n, N Y AIAS Un ivers ity of Florida member S t udent S en ate Univers ity of Flo r ida Sc hool of Architecture Rep r esenta tiv e 20 1 0 -20 1 1 G a t o r s G oin g Green Univers ity of F lo r ida in terna l a f f a irs director: coo r dina ted c a mpus w ide su sta ina ble initia tives a nd o r ga nized gr een su mmits S o lar Decatholon Univers ity of Flo r ida de sign, cons truction a nd pla nning v o lunteer D B IA Un ivers ity of Florida Design-Build I ns titute f or A mer ic a member

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K. Haley Padgett Architecture Portfolio Edu c a t io n Univ er sit y of Pen n s ylvan ia Masters of Architecture Spr ing 20 1 4 C a ndida te Wha rton Rea l Es ta te Des ign a nd D ev elo pment C er tif ic a te Univ er sit y of Florida B ac helor of Architecture Spr ing 20 1 2 Susta ina b le Studies Minor

Exp e r ie n c e H OK Int ern Sum mer 2013 Hellmuth, Oba ta , Ka s s a b a um H o u sto n, TX P rogra mming, Architecture, a nd P la nning S uppo r t B MS C o nstruction In tern 2011 B uild ing Ma na gement Sys tems, Inc . M elbo u r ne, F L Assis ta nt Dra f ts ma n a nd D esign Tea m M ember Int er na t ion al Studies P aris , Fra nce Stud y A broa d S u mmer 20 1 0 V ic enza , I ta ly Semes ter Ab r o a d S pr ing 20 1 2 Un ivers ity of Florid a A rchit ec tur e

Contact p adgett@des ign.upenn.ed u 20 1 s . 18th s treet P hila d elphia , PA 19104


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Air Purification

Holland

Tu n n e l ,

NY

Shawn Rickenbacker Studio UPenn Spring 2013


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Due to continuous traffic in and around the Holland Tunnel entrance and exit, air pollution hovers at dangerous levels in and around this lower Manhattan site. The Air Purification structure is located at the center of New York City’s pollution at the convergance of Varick Street, Canal Street, and Sixth Avenue. Pollution emitted from vehicles and buildings can be clearly seen during the heavy rush hour and on humid days at this location. Partners: Thomas Jansen and Kelly Berger

No. 6 Fuel Oil Building, Emissions @ 210 Feet

No. 4 Fuel Oil Building, Emissions @ 150 Feet No. 4 Fuel Oil Building, Emissions @ 100 Feet No. 4 Fuel Oil Building, Emissions @ 90 Feet

elevation of pollution locations

No. 5 Fuel Oil Building, Emissions @ 50 Feet M5 & M20 Buses, Emissions @ 15 Feet Cars and Trucks, Emissions b/w 2-16 Feet


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subway : 1 Canal St

site pollution and traffic diagrams

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subway : ACE Canal St bus : M20 Varick St and Watts subway : 1 Canal St

bus : M5 Ave of the Americas subway :and ACEThompson Canal St St : 6thStAve 50th St bus : bicycles M20 Varick andand Watts pedestrian : Broadway b/w Chambers & Warren bus : M5 Ave of the Americas and Thompson St pedestrian : Park Place b/w Church & West Broadway bicycles : 6th Ave and 50th St pedestrian : Broadway b/w Chambers & Warren pedestrian : Park Place b/w Church & West Broadway

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air & sun

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pedestrians air ow subway

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perspective diagram of pollution locations

pedestrians

NOx

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No. 6 Fuel Oil Building, Emissions @ 210 Feet

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No. 4 Fuel Oil Building, Emissions @ 150 Feet car occupants No. 4 Fuel Oil Building, Emissions @ 100 Feet No. 4 Fuel Oil Building, Emissions @ 90 Feet No. 5 Fuel Oil Building, Emissions @ 50 Feet M5 & M20 Buses, Emissions @ 15 Feet Cars and Trucks, Emissions b/w 2-16 Feet


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air purification systems de t ai l l egen d 1 2 3 4 5 6

shee t me tal bl ocki n g i n sul ati on pho tocatal y ti c c onc rete p a nel s i n teri o r co n cr ete p a nel i ng bo ard i n sul ati on

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st e el r o o f d eck i n g st r uct u r a l st e el f r a m i n g hydroponic plant wa t er n o zzl e d r a i n a g e sy st e m b i t u m i n o us m e m b r a n e

a l um i n u m b r a cket ing a l um i n u m g r ill int a ke 1 5 a i r d u ct 1 6 m et a l d u ct 17 wa t er p i p e 13

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hydro ponic planters

[south facade view] overall render

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air intake

water drainage


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A systematic approach acts as the backbone to this urban intervention, using cutting-edge materials and modular fabrication to facilitate the clean air initiative that the building not only represents but fully embodies. The iconic crystalline form assists in gripping public interest to this working air purification mechanism, while the interior ‘parasol’ draws visitors from the subway and sidewalk to experience the imbedded learning and social spaces.

[northwest to southeast] site section


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[northeast facade] street view

[northwest facade] library entry


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auditorium

loading area ex h i b i t i o n a d m i n i st r a t i o n se a so n a l p ub l i c U se ca f e

informal m e et i n g sp a ce

cl a ssr o o m ed u ca t i o n ci r cu l a t i o n

ground plan rea di ng room

p ubl i c l i bra ry ex teri or terra c e

l a bra tory mec h a ni c a l room c onferenc e room c l a s s room l ec ture

plenu m plan


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Dell Springs

N a s h v i l l e ,T N

ULI Competition UPenn Spring 2014


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The c e n tral foc us f or Dell Springs is the h isto r ic c o nnec tio n betw een th e a r ea kno w n as S ul p h ur D el l , w ater, an d h ea lth. T he well known a s F r enc h Lic k S pr ings, lo ng sinc e dr ied o u t, a t t r a c t e d p eo p le for the hea lth b enef its a s s ocia ted w ith th e miner a l w a ter th a t f lo w ed f r o m th a t s p r i n g . The l eg ac y of fitnes s continued in Sulph ur D ell w ith th e c o nstr u c tio n o f th e S u lph ur D el l b a l l p a r k . Rec hriste n ed Dell Springs , this new Na sh v ille neigh bo r h o o d, in pa r tner sh ip w ith t h e p l a nn e d ball p ark, a ims to rea nima te the a r ea ’s r eputa tio n f o r impr o v ing w ell-being. The w ate r artery a nd greenwa y connectio n f o llo w w h a t w a s o nc e th e pa th o f th e miner a l s p r i n g . The e lev ated p ath provides a n id ea l con ditio n f o r bike r ider s, r u nner s, a nd ska ter s w h i l e b el ow t he p ath are a sys tem f or ma na ging s tor m w a ter. W h en h ea v y r a ins ensu e, f lo o d w a ter fi l l s t h e d ep re sse d basin , reducing da ma ge to th e su r r o unding pr o per ties. P a rt n e rs: Sarah Blitzer, Emily King, a nd K r isty S impso n


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context diagram connection to Nashville’s extended greenway system

mixed use buildings

flood planes

public transportation

public green space


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si dewal k wat e r ret en t i on buffer z one l ocal marshl and p l a nts

st orm wat e r el evat ed bi ke a nd p edes tri a n p a th

techn ol ogy camp us

fi tn ess park

the mi l l commun i ty boa th ous e

master plan programming


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Rel o cate d to the I ron Works Fa ctory a long th e C u mber la nd R iv er, th e F a r mer s Ma r ket p r ov i d es a cc e ss to fre sh food to res id ents of Well S pr ing a nd Na sh v ille. Bu sinesses th a t r eq u ir e s p e c i a l eq ui pme n t are loca ted on the s econd level o f th e Mill to pr o tec t pr o per ty f r o m f lo o ds. A B -Cy c l e st o p p rovides e as y a cces s to the ma rket .

[south-facing] aerial master plan


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Aggregated City

S o u t h P h i l a d e l p h i a , PA

Peter Trummer Studio UPenn Fall 2013


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The w ay w e e n v is ion cities is ever-cha ng ing a nd th e tr a ditio na l o r ga niza tio n str a tegies a r e b e i n g q u estion ed an d redef ined with the prolif er a tio n o f tec h no lo gic a l a dv a nc es Th is pr o ject c o n c ei v es a n ew c ommun ity with city-like d ens ity a nd is built o n h isto r ic a l f o u nda tio ns o f f igu r e - g r ou n d rel a t ion ship s. Ab s tra ctions of the Sea r ’s To w er pr eser v e th e o r igina l identity o f th e ‘ b l o c k ’ a n d b u i l d relation ships b etween build ings , allo w ing ea c h building to bec o me gr o u nd f o r th e n e x t .


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B y a pp rop riatin g a s imila r method ology f o r def o r ming th e c o ntinu o us ‘ blo c k ’ , new r el a t i o n s h i p s b et w ee n p arts of the ind ivid ua l b locks a nd disc o nnec ted, neigh bo r ing blo c ks begin to a g g r e g a t e t o f o r m a larg er figure. P a rt n e r: Kristy S imps on


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aggre gation strategy diagram the Sears Tower is detached at the transfer zones [the Sky Lobbies] and reconnected at a point

detail

diagram highlights connections of broken towers with one another and the smaller strands that refine and bind the assemblage


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W h i l e still main taining the f orma l concepts o f a tr a ditio na l blo c k , th e Aggr ega ted C ity m o r p h s i n t o a n ew u rban f orm- a ‘city within a c ity ’. Th e piec es a r e f a milia r a s w ell a s th e r elat i o n s h i p b et w ee n fig u re and ground , b ut the a s s e mbla ge is u niq ue a nd r ema ins tr u e to its f o r m a l o r d er.

sectional detail diagram shows outdoor and indoor lobbies from interweaving strands of broken towers


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Carolina Art Institute Charleston,

South

Carolina

Stephen Belton Studio UF Spring 2011


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Thro ug hout the city of Cha rles ton, prev a iling impr ints o f th e c ity ’s h isto r ic pa st endu r e d e s p i t e d ev a s tation from wa r a nd na tura l dis a s t er. Betw een th e c o nsta nt r ebuilding a nd r epr o g r a m m i n g o f t he c ity, trac e s of the old a nd new s ta r t to dev elo p a c o h esiv e u r ba n f a br ic w ith in th i s c o a s t a l se t t l em en t.


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sectional diagram area surrounding the carolina art institute [west to east] section extraction diagrams

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Art Courtyard

Studio Space

Art Library

Patio

Gallery

Office Space

Auditorium Front Desk Lobby

ground floorplan

[north to south] section cut near

second floorplan

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The Carolin a Art I ns titute gives opportunities f o r bo th students a nd lo c a l r esidents to c r e a t e a nd disp lay artw o rk. A tra ns pa rent s treet entr y a llo w s v isito r s to c o nnec t a ll th e w a y t o t h e b a c k c ourtyard- a s ymb olic trea s ured s p a c e o f th is so u th er n c ity. P r o minent sec tio na li t y s u g g es t d eep -roote d c on nection to its s urroundi ngs, bo th pa st a nd pr esent.

[north to south] section cut


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Lattice Shifts

N e w Yo r k C i t y , N Y

Stephen Belton Studio UF Fall 2011


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broken-park diagram evokes the promenade-like retail spaces occupying the base levels open-air atrium creates a more comfortable and relaxed space for an informal experience regarding entertainment and social exchange

mixed use program

private

public

[north to south] section cut


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La t t i ce Shifts c aters to the needs of the c o mmu nity a s w ell a s th e pr o spec tiv e in-h o u s e resi d en ts. B y de d ica ting the f irs t f our lev els f r o m str eet lev el a nd tw o benea th to dini n g a n d g ro c ery, the tow er is a cces s ible a nd us ef u l to ma ny ty pes o f v isito r s. Th e indo o r-o u tdo or a t r i u m l o c a t ed at the top of the pub lic rea lm [lev el 4] gener a tes a f r esh , inno v a tiv e so c ia l ex p er i e n c e f o r N ew Yorke rs not f ound in the s urroun ding a r ea .


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Interactive Music Campus Adige River Arsenale Verona, Italy

Belton | Walters Studio UF Spring 2012


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Lo c a ted on the Adige River, oppos ite th e C a stelv ecc io , th e Inter a c tiv e Mu sic C a mpus ch a l l e n g e s t he t radition al c onventions of a lea rning c o mmu nity by impo sing v a r io u s sc a les, ma te r i a l s , a n d t ec t o n ic c on struction a pplica tions to th e site o f a n a ging a r sena l.


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music

beacon hand drawing mulitple beacons or follies located throughout site connection and proximity to indoor performance space dictates degree of practice space formality


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practice areas [beacons] the multiple beacons or follies located throughout the music based campus are positioned with specific design intent to allow for optimal sound experience throughout the site

sound trajectories are positioned to reflect, overlap, circumnavigate and expand in reaction to nearby buildings, circulation, proximity to the adige river, and specific instrument characteristics


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W i t h m usic educ a tion a nd perf orma nce a nc h o r ing th e new pr o gr a m o f th e site, a ttent i o n t o t h e n eed s of various types of mus ica l ins truments a nd mu sic ia ns is per tinent. F inding simi l a r i t i e s i n v a r i ous c ate g ories of ins truments f ocuses th espa tia l r eq u ir ements o n th e mu sic a l c a m p u s .


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K. Haley Padgett Architecture Portfolio

Refer en c e s S h a wn Ricken backer Mana ging Pa rtner & Pricipal D esign C o nsu lta nt Urb a n Da ta & Des ign [UDD] , New Yo r k , N Y Un ivers ity of Penns ylva nia studio c r itic shawn.rick@gma il.com [2 1 2]203-0619 J a so n B ar lett Cons truction Project Ma nager B uild ing Ma na gement Sys tems, Inc . M elbo u r ne, F L j ason@bms cons truct.com [32 1]723-6928 S t ev e Pa r s hall Sen ior Vice Pres ident a nd D ir ec to r o f P r o gr a mming Hellmuth, Oba ta , & Ka s s a b a um [ H O K ] H o usto n, TX steve.pa rs ha ll@hok.com [713 ]407-7700



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