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Jaimie Howard SELECTED WORKS


JAIMIE HOWARD b a s i c i n f o r mat i o n N AT I O N A L I T Y : C A N A D I A N D AT E O F B I R T H : 0 7 / 0 5 / 8 9 E M A I L : J A I M I E . H O WA R D. 3 @ G M A I L . C O M W E B S I T E : W W W. J A I M I E H O WA R D. C O M

e d u c at i o n 2015 - PRESENT MASTERS OF ARCHITEC TURE, THE UNIVERSIT Y OF TORONTO

J O H N H . D A N I E L S FA C U LT Y O F A R C H I T E C T U R E ,

LANDSCAPE + DESIGN

CUM LAUDE

2007 - 2011

B A C H E L O R O F F I N E A R T S , T H E U N I V E R S I T Y O F O T TA W A

S P E C I A L I Z E D I N : PA I N T I N G , D R A W I N G A N D P H O T O G R A P H Y

CUM LAUDE

2003 - 2007

H I G H S C H O O L D I P L O M A , O ’ N E I L L C O L L E G I AT E & V O C AT I O N A L I N S T I T U T E

A R T S : A D VA N C E D V I S UA L A R T S P R O G R A M

SUMA CUM LAUDE

awa r d s a n d ac h i e v e m e n t s • JOHN H. AND MYRNA DANIELS SCHOLAR: $32,000 ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP BASED ON MERIT/ 2015 - PRESENT • F I R S T R E C I P I E N T O F T H E U N I V E R S I T Y O F O T TA W A ’ S P H I L A N T H R O P I C O F T H E Y E A R / 2 0 1 0 • V O L U N T E E R O F T H E Y E A R F O R T H E U N I V E R S I T Y O F O T TA W A ’ S FA C U LT Y O F A R T S / 2 0 0 9 - 2 0 1 0 • A W A R D E D T H E 2 0 1 0 S H I N E R A M A T R O P H Y : C O O R D I N AT E D P H I L A N T H R O P I C C A M PA I G N S ( R A I S E D T H E L A R G E S T S U M B Y A S I N G L E FA C U LT Y I N T H E H I S T O R Y O F T H E U N I V E R S I T Y O F O T TA W A ’ S S H I N E R A M A C A M PA I G N : $ 1 7 , 1 0 0 . 0 0 ) / 2 0 1 0 • O N TA R I O S C H O L A R


WORK AND LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE J U N E 2 017 - P R E S E N T

A R C H I T E C T U R A L I N T E R N / K I LO G R A M S T U D I O / TO R O N TO

• W O R K E D D I R E C T LY W I T H P R I N C I PA L A R C H I T E C T, K F I R G LU Z B E R G .

• W O R K E D O N H O U S E R E N O V AT I O N S A N D I N T E R I O R D E S I G N P R O J E C T S AT V A R I O U S S TA G E S O F T H E

D E S I G N P R O C E S S .

• 2 D D R AW I N G S , 3 D M O D E L I N G ( P H Y S I C A L + D I G I TA L ) , G R A P H I C D E S I G N , M AT E R I A L / S P E C S O U R C I N G

J U N E 2 017 - D E C . 201 7

T E A C H E R S A S S I S TA N T / T H E U N I V E R S I T Y O F TO R O N TO / TO R O N TO

• CO U R S E : D R AW I N G A N D R E P R E S E N TAT I O N / P R O F E S S O R S J O N C U M M I N G S & R E Z A N I K

• C R I T I Q U E A N D D I S C U S S S T U D E N T S D R AW I N G A S S I G N M E N T S O N C E A W E E K .

• H E L D T E C H N I C A L D R AW I N G S K I L L T U TO R I A L S A N D P R I VAT E CO N S U LTAT I O N S F O R T H E S T U D E N T S .

M AY 2016 - AU G . 2015

ARCHITEC TURAL INTERN / VO TRONG NIGHA ARCHITEC TS / HANOI, VIETNAM

• W O R K E D D I R E C T LY W I T H PA R T N E R TA K A S H I A N I WA O N A ‘G R E E N ’ FA C TO R Y CO N C E P T D E S I G N .

• PA R T I C I PAT E D I N B I - W E E K LY M E E T I N G S W I T H C L I E N T A N D A S S O C I AT E S .

• W R OT E A N D E D I T E D A R T I C L E S F O R A R C H D A I LY A N D VA R I O U S AWA R D S U B M I S S I O N S .

• G AV E P U B L I C P E C H A K U C H A P R E S E N TAT I O N TO LO C A L A R C H I T E C T S O N , ‘ FA R M I N G K I N D E R G A R D E N ’ P R O J E C T.

F E B. 20 14 - J U LY 2015

P R I M A R Y S C H O O L T E A C H E R / T H E K O R E A N I N T E R N AT I O N A L S C H O O L I N H A N O I /

HANOI, VIETNAM

S E P T. 2012 - O C T. 201 3 H E A D P R I M A R Y S C H O O L T E A C H E R / S L P: S O G A N G L A N G UA G E P R O G R A M / S E O U L , S O U T H K O R E A 2010 - 2012

A R T I S T I C D I R E C TO R / C A F É N O S TA LG I C A / OT TAWA

M AY - S E P T. 2010 & 201 1 YO U T H L E A D E R S H I P CO N F E R E N C E D I R E C TO R / A DAY OF INFORMATION FOR A LIFE OF AC TION / OT TAWA

• E D U C AT E D YO U T H O N S P E C I F I C W O R L D I S S U E S E N A B L I N G T H E M TO M A K E R E A L I S T I C P L A N S F O R C H A N G E I N

T H E I R O W N CO M M U N I T I E S . M A N A G E D A N D T R A I N E D 30 V O LU N T E E R E D U C ATO R S .

M AY 2009 - A P R I L 201 0 V I C E P R E S I D E N T O F S O C I A L A F FA I R S / T H E U N I V E R S I T Y O F OT TAWA’ S FA C U LT Y O F A R T S

/

OT TAWA

• ( E V E N T CO O R D I N ATO R ) O R G A N I Z E D, P R O M OT E D A N D E X E C U T E D A VA R I E T Y O F U N I Q U E A N D C R E AT I V E S O C I A L

E V E N T S I N C LU D I N G : F E S T I VA L S , L E A D E R S H I P CO N F E R E N C E S , L E C T U R E S , M U S I C CO N C E R T S , G A L A S , E TC .

2010

H E A D E V E N T CO O R D I N ATO R / A R T D I R E C TO R / LU M I N ATA / OT TAWA

• A N A L L D AY L I V E A R T, M U S I C A N D P E R F O R M A N C E F E S T I VA L : B U D G E T O F $60,000.

s k i ll s RHINO 3D

I L L U S T R AT O R

W O O D W O R K I N G/C A R P E N T RY:

SKE TCHUP

PHOTOSHOP

M O D E L M A K I N G , B A S I C F U R N I T U R E , C A N V A S C O N S T R U C T I O N , S C U LT U R E

GRASSHOPPER

INDESIGN

LASER CUT TING/3D PRINTING

MAXWELL

PREMIERE PRO

M O D E L M A K I N G : PA P E R , W O O D , 3 D P R I N T S , W I R E , P L E X I , E T C .

AUTOCAD

MICROSOFT OFFICE

i n t e r e s t s a n d i n s p i r at i o n s P E O P L E A N D S T Y L E : I B U K O B A M B O O D E S I G N S , R Y U E N I S H I Z A W A , C E C I LY B R O W N , L A R G E B R U S H S T R O K E S ,

D A V I D H O C K N E Y, R I C H A R D A V E D O N , M A N U C H A O , K O R E A N S T R E E T FA S H I O N , C U B I S M , W I L L M U R R AY

T R A V E L : L I V E D I N S O U T H K O R E A A N D V I E T N A M ; T R A V E L L E D E X T E N S I V E LY T H R O U G H O U T S O U T H E A S T A S I A A N D S O U T H AMERICA.


OF LAND + RAIL

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THE GROWTH OF A CITY

FLUX

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PLOVDIV MUSEUM AND CAFE

LOST VILLAGE MUSEUM

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T I D A L PA R K , N B

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T. O. R A I L D E C K PA R K

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KILOGRAM STUDIO

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STITCHINGS

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1:250 MODEL


of land and rail

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PROJECT TEAM: J A I M I E H O WA R D SIMON RABYNIUK SUPERVISOR: PINA PETRICONE SITE: F R O N T S T AT P O R T L A N D S T T O R O N T O , O N TA R I O PROGRAM: CITY MUSEUM + COMMUNIT Y HUB O N R A I L D E C K PA R K

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

Museum Toronto: of land and rail, operates with a mandate to explore and represent the city’s history within the present moment. Towards accomplishing this, its engagement with Toronto goes beyond traditional city museum practices. As such, the architecture takes an urban stance, creating opportunities for interaction with different publics, across the site, in addition to heightening the potential of Rail Deck Park. Three constituents organize the museum’s siting. The project is located between three residential areas. As such, the museum locates its archive and auditorium below grade, creating a new public space towards Wellington Street. Secondly, Front Street, which transects the historic City of Toronto, hosts a significant number of civic, cultural and historical sites. As such, the museum places the weight of its development at Front Street, concluding its western end with a civic institution. Lastly, the museum crosses Front Street, establishing a built presence on Rail Deck Park. This serves to provide year-round public/park infrastructure allowing for indoor community spaces, elevated views of the city and the facilities to host large scale events on Rail Deck Park. Taken as a whole, Museum Toronto: of land and rail, addresses both the city and its local context. It creates a large scale image for the city; while defining the character of smaller scale public spaces across the site. This project anticipates the changes that this post-industrial area faces and takes an urban position that is open, accessible and pedestrianized for future development to respond to. 02


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SITE PLAN


FLOOR PLANS

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NORTH-SOUTH SECTION: PERFORMANCE

NORTH-SOUTH SECTION: EXHIBITION


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C I R C U L AT I O N

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PROGRAM

NORTH EAST-WEST SECTION


SOUTH EAST-WEST SECTION

PROGRAM

C I R C U L AT I O N

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growth of a city PR OJEC T: PERSONAL D R AW N I N / I N S I R E D B Y T H E CITY OF HANOI, VIETNAM M AT E R I A L : P E N O N C O T T O N F I B E R PA P E R SIZE: 12”X20” EACH

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Inspired by the growth and ever evolving architectural skyline of Hanoi, Vietnam, these drawings hope to express the growth of a city. Hanoi is constantly evolving on a macro and micro level in regards to economy, style and culture. During my time in Hanoi, I was inspired by the architecture of family homes. Each building was unique and their individual compositions and details give each home its own character.

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subject to change : rail deck park PROJECT TEAM: J A I M I E H O W A R D , S A M A N T H A E B Y, TA N I A H L A V E N K A , R O B E R T L E E + MAHSHID SHAHRJERDI SUPERVISOR: DINA SARHANE, ROBERT WRIGHT + J O N AT H O N C U M M I N G S SITE: F R O N T S T . , T O R O N T O , O N TA R I O PROGRAM: R A I L D E C K PA R K + R E S I D E N T I A L DE VELOPMENT


FIGURE GROUND

PROPOSED TREES

ZONE DIVISIONS

PAT H N E T W O R K

DEVELOPMENT PLAN 12


S T R E E T WA L L 13

BUILDING

ROW HOUSING

HIGH SCHOOL

T E R R A C E A PA R T M E N T BUILDING


TOWN HOUSES

I N T E R I O R A PA R T M E N T BUILDING

CENTRAL MARKET

TOWER 14


PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

The site of this urban design project is located adjacent to the Rogers Centre and CN Tower in Toronto. It proposes a rail deck park to cover the electric rail corridor as a way to transform the industrial and barren site into a green, livable and open space. The constituents are those who currently play a role in the surrounding area, young urban professional, young families and tourists. The character of the proposed amenities and residential development is designed in a way that encourages family-friendly living and aging in place. 15


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flux

The following are selected works from the series, Flux. The abstraction of space and image are used here to challenge the viewer’s physical and mental relationship with a painting. People are unique in how they feel, move and interact, thus making their experiences inimitable. However, when presented with a flat image, one’s mental perspective may vary, but the physicality is frozen, thus the visual experience is often one in the same. The aggressive protrusions in this body of work challenge the limitations of the canvas and perspective of the subject. The surrounding space is caught in flux as each vantage point leads to a different awareness. The physicality of the encaustic, coupled with the sculpted canvas, encourages a greater emotional and physical response towards the painted canvas. Each frame is unique in shape and was created with different construction techniques. Peal was sculpted with shaped wood slats and stretched canvas.

TITLE: PEAL M AT E R I A L : E N C AU S T I C O N S H A P E D C A N VA S WOOD FRAME SIZE: 54”X36”X16” 2011

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plovdiv museum

+ cafe

SUPERVISOR: VIVIAN LEE SITE: P LO V D I V, B U LG A R I A PROGRAM: MUSEUM + CAFE FA L L 2 0 1 5

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A.1

A.2

A.3

A.4

A.1:

INITIAL SKETCHES

A.2:

PROCESS MODEL

A.3:

F I R S T I T E R AT I O N

A.3:

FINAL ROOF PLAN

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

This spanning structure shelters ancient ruins located in Plovdiv Central Square, Bulgaria. The ruins can be explored in a sheltered and open-air space before or after patrons visit the exhibition space and cafĂŠ above. PROCESS:

This thin-shelled structure was conceived by an interplay between concaved and convexed conics, working in a rotational composition around the neighbouring post office. The inherent structural geometry of each conic allows for large undulating bays of light, while generating the natural boundaries of the programmatic spaces within.

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S O U T H E L E VAT I O N

W E S T - FA C I N G S E C T I O N

E A S T E L E VAT I O N

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1:100 MODEL

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1:50 SECTONAL MODEL


1:50 SECTONAL MODEL

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KILOGRAM STUDIO HEAD ARCHITEC T: KFIR GLUZBERG J U LY 2 0 1 7 - P R E S E N T

2 0 1 7 H O L I D AY C A R D

A commentary on kilograms year of progress expressed through a ‘wallpaper’ of old projects and tropical plants. R E N O VAT I O N P L A N : A . 1 R E N O VAT I O N E L E VAT I O N : A . 2 R E N O VAT I O N P L A N : A . 3 ENTRANCE SECTION : S.1 25


OA K W O O D AV E N U E R E TA I L - R E S I D E N T I A L R E N O V AT I O N

A.1

SHADOW LAKE C O T TA G E A D D I T I O N A N D R E N O V AT I O N

A.2

S.1

S.1

A.3

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lost villages museum SUPERVISOR: ADRIEN PHIFFER SITE: C O R N WA L L , O N TA R I O PROGRAM: MUSEUM + ARTIST STUDIOS WINTER 2016

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

The Lost Villages Museum is located in Cornwall, Ontario. The site houses 10 heritage buildings that have been moved and restored to Ault Park by the Lost Villages Historical Society. The donated buildings were cut from their roots and displaced during the St. Lawrence Seaway project. Thus, they fulfill the roles of both artifact and container. This cut was and is an agent in time as it represents the anxiety and pain of people, but also marks a transformation in history. To once again cut and displace these objects is to introduce a new agent in time that mirrors and further reiterates the history they represent. The cut exposes history allowing it to transform into something new.

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PROCESS:

Each building has been cut on a case-by-case basis in order to expose, maintain or emphasize its character or structure. When displaced voids are generated between and through each building. When glazed each void becomes the vatrine encasing the objects within.

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FORBES MEMORIAL READING ROOM ARCHIVE / SMALL OBJECT GALLERY

THE CHURCH

LOG CABIN

THE STUART HOUSE

E V E N T S PA C E

SMALL OBJECT GALLERY

LARGE OBJECT GALLERY

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PA R T R I D G E I S L A N D :

Partridge island is in the Bay of Fundy, off the coast of Saint John, New Brunswick. Partridge Island has been closed to the public for the last decade due to hazardous ruins and relics left from the 2nd World War, but this does not stop the local people from completing the treacherous journey across the breakwater. Partridge Island is full of potential as a tourist site for Saint John. 33


tidal park

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submerse retreat

SUPERVISOR: MONICA ADAIR + STEPHAN KOPP SITE: PA R T R I D G E I S L A N D , SAINT JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK PROGRAM: T I D A L PA R K A N D C A B I N S FA L L 2 0 1 7


TIDAL RANGE + THE SUBLIME:

The strongest force effecting Partridge Island is the 8m tidal range. The true site for the project is the shore line as the dynamic tides give a strong sense of the sublime. T I D A L PA R K + C A B I N S :

The visitor’s cabins are located within this tidal range, creating an ever changing experience for visitors. At low tide the cabins are exposed and visitors can wonder along the ocean floor, but throughout the day the shore changes. The water levels rise and cabin entrances that were accessible as low tide begin to disappear. At high tide the cabins are separated from each other, but as the tide moves out tidal pools appear and the cabins are once again connected. 36


stitchings

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SAMPLE FROM SERIES

The following are selected works from the series, Stitchings. This series depicts spaces I have lived in as I have moved within Canada and throughout the world from 2009 to the present. It is an ongoing, yet fragmented depiction of time as a whole and throughout it’s stages. The images are cut, manipulated through a creation process that aims to cultivate sculpted space and a manipulation of form. Each quilted photograph provides a broader view of the space, but more importantly allows for its reconstruction. The viewer is invited to explore a time in the artist’s life. Despite its two-dimensional nature, the multiple angles and viewpoints allow for a greater context.

T I T L E : 7 2 D A I LY A V E N U E , L I V I N G R O O M M AT E R I A L : 159 PHOTOGRAPHS SIZE: 30”X26” APRIL 2009 38


T I T L E : 7 2 D A LY AV E , B E D R O O M M AT E R I A L : 152 PHOTOGRAPHS S I Z E : P R I N T E D 3 5 ’’ X 3 0 ’’ APRIL 2009 39


T I T L E : S A R ATA , B O L I V I A H O S T E L M AT E R I A L : 93 PHOTOGRAPHS SIZE: 33X38 AUGUST 2012

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