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IAN BULLING

DESIGN PORTFOLIO


CONTENTS DAAP Studios 03 Livewell Collaborative Studio 07 Niehoff Urban Design Studio 09 Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture 11 Graphic Design 13


DAAP STUDIOS

HAND RENDERINGS

Above: Perspective view of Cincinnati building. Medium: Pen, marker, & pastel.

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Left: Section elevation. Medium: Pen, colored pencil, & pastel.


DAAP STUDIOS

3D RENDERINGS

Above: This Sketchup rendering of a proposed community recreation center was presented as part of a project to enhance the neighborhoods of Over-the-Rhine and Pendleton. The center features a mix of traditional and modern architectural styles, and would connect to a small park behind it.The rendering in the inlay shows the site as it exists currently, as an underutilized parking lot.

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Right: These Sketchup renderings show mixed-use retail and residential buildings in Over-the-Rhine’s historic Main Street business district. They showcase the buildings’ Italianate architectural style and streetscape elements below.


DAAP STUDIOS

LOWER PRICE HILL NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN Neighborhood circulation map

EAST SITE PLAN

METROWEST PLAN (existing proposal) 8th St./Burns intersection

Altered site plan retaining Metro West industrial & office space, with added market and urban agricultural facility

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This study of the Lower Price Hill area of Cincinnati is a comprehensive neighborhood planning effort to improve quality of life for residents while accomodating for imminent changes in the economic base of Lower Price Hill. This page: area connectivity, proposal for a key intersection modification within the site, and the eastern site plan portion, integrated with the existing MetroWest plan.


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WEST SITE PLAN

Market perspective

The plan includes a revamped, walkable and connected park system adjacent to the Appalacian Community Center garden, and new community offices located in repurposed multifamily housing that would provide space for the Lower Price Hill neighborhood association operations as well as classrooms for community workshops.

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These measures support other plans including an open-air market and a large site to the east containing office space and a hydroponic agri- and aquacultural facility designed to integrate with the existing MetroWest industrial park proposal.


Cincinnati METRO 30-YEAR BUILDOUT

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Place Matters: Covington Center City Action COVINGTON, KY CONCEPT PLAN Fall Quarter 2011

Public Spaces: Pike & Main Gateway

oal: Create a neighborhood gateway at Pike & Main through interconnected public space imovements, and promote the area as a local destination.

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rategy: At the corner of Pike and Main a public pocket park would take the place of a parking t and provide a gathering place for the gateway. The Anchor Grill, currently a popular . 6TH ST tablishment in the gateway, would benefit from an outdoor area next to the pocket park. The GOEBLE bounding York St. would provide adequate parking for the Anchor Grill and Mr. T’s Tavern. PARK

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ross Pike Street to the south, a larger public park is proposed on two parcels of land currently ntaining excess parking and vacant greenspace. The industrial building at 419 Pike Street, ectly adjacent to the park, could also serve as a commercial/retail anchor for the area. The s surrounding these projects would serve as parking for new gateway attractions as well as arby Turner Society Athletic Club. Addtionally, the small gathering space at Lee St. wil be anced and connected to new pedestrian and streetscape improvements.

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Facing page: Corridor analysis of Madison Street in Covington, including business inventory and building typology with street sections.


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ADRIAN SMITH + GORDON GILL

ERBIL, IRAQ MASTER PLAN

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This plan was created as a large-scale mixed use development in Erbil, a historic city in northern Kurdish Iraq. Erbil has undergone massive expansion and moern redevelopment in recent years. Facing Page: These drawing illustrate the design process for the development’s master plan, from preliminary sketches to land use diagrams to final site plan. Special attention was paid to cultural sensitivity of the plan, climatically-appropriate energy efficient design, relation of the development to surrounding commercial districts and residential areas, and centralized public spaces which align to community anchors.

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This page: 3D Sketchup renderings of the Erbil development.

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54 Floors Residential (High-end): 292 units

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14 Floors Residential (High-end): 168 units

16 1130 S. Michigan Ave. 43 Floors Mixed Use: - Vacant Retail Space - Yolk Restaurant - Trek Bicycle Shop

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15 Floors Apartments (Mid- to High-end): 149 units

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40 Floors Mixed Use: - Sky Grocer - House of Sole - Edible Arrangements - Marble Slab Creamery Residential (High-end): 411 units

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Columbia College, 1006 South Michigan Ave. Building 8 Floors (2 in use)

20 Floors Mixed Use: - New City Bank - Vacant Retail Space Residential (Mid-range): 210 units

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Hilton Chicago 22 Floors - Kitty O’Shea’s hotel restaurant @ground floor

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20 Floors Mixed Use: - OYSY Sushi Izagaya Residential (Mid to High-end): 36 units

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29 Floors Mixed Use: - Nail City - Jimmy John’s - Wire Styles - Pita Heaven - Dry Cleaners - Ma & I Thai Restaurant - Crystal Energy Spiritual Healing Residential (Mid- to High-end): 229 units

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This page: A diagram expressing the distribution of existing programming throughout Grant Park, in spatial and temporal terms. The time of year each activity or event occurs is indicated in location on the map, and on the polar scale surrounding the map, corresponding to the time of year during which it occurs.

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These diagrams are part of a site inventory and programming analysis of the southwest corner of Grant Park in Chicago. They are a preliminary study for the redevelopment of the section of park meant as a response to the wildly successful Millenium Park project, located in the northwest corner.


Youth outreach program for the Cincinnati Comprehensive Plan

PLANTINGTHE FUTURE

OVER-THE-RHINE: PROBLEM SOLUTION

Ian Bulling & Frank Busofsky

SITE PLAN

mind when someone mentions Over-the-Rhine is “crime.” In 2009 a

study was released claiming OTR’s status as the most violent neigh-

borhood in the United States. According to that study, if you are a resi-

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evant because of its reliance on outdated statistics, it is certainly fac-

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at some point. While many residents have disputed this study as irrel-

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dent of OTR, you have a 25% chance of being a victim to violent crime MAIN ST.

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Despite a rich history of German heritage, the first word that comes to

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tual that OTR has the worst crime rate in the city of Cincinnati. One of the biggest problems in the community is how the youth model themselves after the environment around them, since their elders heavily

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older members of the community and see drug dealers, it’s hard to

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The city of Albany, Georgia has experienced similar problems that

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deter them from pursuing a similar life.

Over-the-Rhine is currently facing. Their solution to help fight this crime is to revitalize the deteriorating MLK Park in their community. Before

the revitalization, the park was in such bad shape that it was forced to close. Gang signs were spray painted onto various signs and walls in the park, and community leaders were fed up. They believed that

crime could be curbed by providing a sufficient area for recreation. The newly renovated MLK Park provides an escape for people who may

have previously gotten involved in crime, and the area has seen a drop

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in the crime rate that corresponds to the park’s renovation.

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Our idea of how to solve many of the crime problems is similar to

Albany’s, in that we propose the construction of an indoor-outdoor recreation complex at the corner of Sycamore and 12th Street. This location is currently a parking lot serving the School for Creative and Performing Arts, located in the old Woodward High School building. In

2010, the SCPA will be moving to a new location, and the old building

will be used for residential and/or commercial purposes. In this format, the large tracts of parking adjacent to the SCPA building used mostly by students will no longer be necessary. The goal of the proposed

Over-the-Rhine Recreation Complex is to provide a space that can be

used for fitness, community meetings, and education, while still retain-

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ing the character of the neighborhood.

The Complex will feature a large open block of green space for

outdoor recreation, and a large indoor building featuring a fitness

center, meeting rooms, six basketball courts (half-court), a 1/16-mile

suspended running track, and an Olympic size swimming pool under a

large skylight ceiling. The University of Cincinnati Campus Recreation Center was used as a layout template for the Complex, and several other campus buildings inspired its mixed architectural feel.

PLAN CINCINNATI a comprehensive plan for the future

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For more information visit PLANCINCINNATI.org or call 513-352-4845

Poster designed for the Cincinnati Department of Planning and Buildings community outreach effort, as a part of the city’s comprehensive plan.

Principles of Planning Design Graphics Communication II Winter Quarter 2010 Carolina Segura (Professor) & Azharuddin Saiyed (TA)

Presentation display for DAAP neighborhood design studio addressing issues in Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati.

DAAP School of Planning BUP (First-year)


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Promotional poster for an introductory bicycle polo expo event, a collaboration between the local polo club and the University of Cincinnati’s Sustainability student alliance.

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Promotional flyer for Zombie Ride, an annual Halloween tradition among the Cincinnati cycling community. Hand-drawn with pen and marker.


Š Ian Bulling, 2009-2011, all rights reserved. All work is the intellectual property of Ian Bulling and/or the respective firm or entity of origin. School of Planning, College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, University of Cincinnati.

Cover photo courtesy of Nate Allen, all rights reserved.


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