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JAMIE FRANK UNDERGRADUATE ARCHITECTURE STUDENT

ABOUT

I have studied and designed a variety of residential, commercial, and retail mixed-use projects at the University of Oregon over the past four and a half years. These projects feature sustainable design, details in construction, spatial composition, human behavior within architecture, city/regional planning, and different forms of environmental control systems.


RESUME CONTACT (408) 605-8574 jnf12@yahoo.com www.jamiefrank.net San Jose, CA

SOFTWARE SKILLS Architecture Applications Revit SketchUp Pro Rhino Grasshopper Chief Architect ARCHICAD AutoCAD Lumion Enscape IES VE General Applications Microsoft Office Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign WordPress

EDUCATION Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) | University of Oregon College of Design Eugene, OR | Graduation Spring 2019

Minors: Interior Architecture and Business Administration Summit Scholar Business Study Abroad in Siena, Italy

WORK EXPERIENCE Design Skills Teaching Assistant | Department of Architecture Eugene, OR | Winter 2019 - Spring 2019

Assist students in the School of Architecture and Environment in learning to master the use of architectural design software tools including Revit, Adobe Creative Suite, AutoCAD, Sketchup, and Lumion, through workshops, help sessions, and tutoring.

Architectural Intern | LPA Inc.

San Jose, CA | Summer 2018 - Winter 2019 Generated and edited graphic design and construction documentation for a 400,000 sq. ft. K-12 campus project, including plans, elevations, sections, and details, using Revit and AutoCAD. Helped create presentation graphics for award submittals that won California’s Coalition for Adequate School Housing (CASH) award and the AIA Silicon Valley Merit award. Rendered virtual reality simulations for educational boards using Lumion and Enscape. Member of the team that created the master planning design for a series of eight campuses.

Undergraduate Research Assistant | Department of Architecture Eugene, OR | Spring 2017

Conducted a baseline research study on the lighting control and shading device system for the Lillis Business Complex at the University of Oregon to reduce the building’s energy costs as well as reduce glare and improve visual comfort.

Architectural Intern | De Mattei Construction Inc. San Jose, CA | Summer 2016 - Winter 2018

Produced designers’ concepts, prepared preliminary sketches, and generated detailed instructions and drawings for custom homes and house remodels using Chief Architect. Prepared submittals showing plans, elevations, sections, structural, electrical, materials & finishes. Prepared building specifications for drawings. Created property diligences through researching code, communicating with planning / building departments, and deriving as-builts.


PROJECTS


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RESILIENT FUTURE FOR PUERTO RICO PROF. JAVIER BONNIN | WINTER 2018

MASS TIMBER COURTHOUSE

PROF. JUDITH SHEINE AND MARK DONOFRIO | FALL 2017

NEW CENTER FOR TECHNOLOGIES PROF. IHAB ELZEYADI | WINTER 2017

DOWNTOWN RE-IMAGINED PROF. MARK GILLEM | FALL 2016

DEXTER LAKE ROWING CENTER PROF. LINDSEY DEATON | SPRING 2016

FURNITURE AND LIGHTING DESIGN PROF. TOM BONAMICI and SIOBHAN ROCKCASTLE | Fall 2018


RESILIENT FUTURE FOR PUERTO RICO PROF. JAVIER BONNIN | WINTER 2018

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RESILIENT FUTURE FOR PUERTO RICO AWARDED STUDIO COMMENDATION | FEATURED IN ‘SURVIVAL ARCHITECTURE AND THE ART OF RESILIENCE’ MUSEUM EXHIBIT

Hurricane Maria had devastating effects on the Caribbean Islands, especially in Puerto Rico, where it left people homeless without food, water, and basic infrastructure. This project proposes a dramatic paradigm shift in the design, construction, and infrastructure for the region. High-density housing is constructed and agriculture is located on floating platforms that adapt to rising sea levels and storm surges. The housing comprises a modular system that increases in density as the population grows. The stilted columns allow for plant growth underneath the housing and integrates with walkways to create new habitats. Human waste is recycled via transfer to the agriculture pods where it is processed and used for fertilizer, resulting in a self-sustaining ecosystem.

AGRICULTURE PODS MANGROVE BUFFER

FERTILIZER FROM WASTE OF THE ISLANDS WALKABLE PLATFORMS TO PICK CROPS

HELP WITH STORM SURGE AND HURRICANES

MARINE LIFE

IMPROVE HABITATS

STRUCTURAL AXON

AGRICULTURE DIAGRAM

INDIVIDUAL UNITS (1-3 BEDROOMS)


CURRENT CITY PLAN

INCREASING DENSITY DIAGRAM

BLOCK FORMATION

BLOCK MASSING


HIGH DENSITY HOUSING

AGRICULTURE

MANGROVE / MARINE LIFE

NEW SITE PLAN

40’

30’ 15’

SECTION

FLOOR PLAN OF BLOCK


MASS TIMBER COURTHOUSE

PROF. JUDITH SHEINE AND MARK DONOFRIO | FALL 2017

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MASS TIMBER COURTHOUSE

B.A.YEAR 4

PROF. JUDITH SHEINE | PROF. MARK DONOFRIO (TEAM PROJECT)

The design of the faรงade focuses on the combination of light transmission through semi-transparent glass, perforated metal, and wood. The courtyard scheme allows the public to use the facility throughout the day, providing access to unsecured county clerk kiosks and services. A major design element of the facility is the entrance ramp to the courtyard and courthouse which provides ADA access.


COURTROOMS PUBLIC CIRCULATION / LOBBY STAFF CIRCULATION SHERIFF HOLDING / SALLY PORT / HOLDING CELLS STATE OFFICE

COURT ADMINISTRATION LANE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY PROBATION AND PAROLE COURTHOUSE SERVICES JUDGES’ CHAMBERS / JURY DELIBERATION JURY ASSEMBLY

LANE COUNTY SHERIFF BUILDING SUPPORT / PARKING


E J

I

D

H WINTER AIRFLOW

F

B

G L C

K

A

DAYLIGHT AND VENTILATION DIAGRAM

A

STREETCAR ACCESS

F

CROSS VENTILATION

L

RADIANT COOLING CEILING

B

DAYLIGHT DISTRIBUTION

G

CLT BEAM STRUCTURE

K

RADIANT HEAT FLOORS

C

GLASS SUNSHADE

H

FULLY AUTOM ATED LIGHTING

D

STAFF EFFECT

I

OPERABLE WINDO WS

E

DOUBLE FACADE W ALL

J

VENTILATING DUCT SYSTEM

MODEL

ENCLOSURE DIAGRAM


CIRCULATION DIAGRAM PUBLIC CIRCULATION ELEVATOR CIRCULATION STAIRS STAFF AND JUDGE CIRCULATION SALLY PORT CIRCULATION RAMPS


BASEMENT FLOOR

GROUND FLOOR


FLOOR PLANS A’

B’

SECOND FLOOR


NEW CENTER FOR TECHNOLOGIES PROF. IHAB ELZEYADI | WINTER 2017

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NEW CENTER FOR TECHNOLOGIES B.A.YEAR 3 PROF. IHAB ELZEYADI (TEAM PROJECT)

A hub for innovation and technology that helps start-up companies rent out office space, science labs, and conference rooms in order to improve business growth. This building is designed to be energy efficient by reusing its own energy waste and preventing excessive solar gain.


AXONOMETRIC DIAGRAM

COLUMN AND TRUSS DIAGRAM


OAK ST

OLIVE ST

WEST BROADWAY

EAST 8TH AVE.

PEARL ST

EAST 8TH AVE.

WILLAMETTE ST

WEST 8TH AVE.

EAST BROADWAY

EAST BROADWAY

CLASSROOMS/ CONFERENCE SPACES

WEST 10TH AVE.

WEST 11TH AVE.

PEARL ST

OAK ST

OLIVE ST

WILLAMETTE ST

FOOD COMMUNAL SPACE

MIXED RETAIL

EAST 11TH AVE.

PROGRAM DIAGRAM


OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

LABS

CIRCULATION


9AM SUMMER SUN

RAIN WATER CATCHMENT

WEST

SOLAR PANELS

GREEN ROOF

EAST SHADING DEVICES

SECTION PERSPECTIVE

4 PM SUMMER SUN SUSTAINABILITY DIAGRAM

SECTION FACING EAST


UP UP

DN

UP

DN UP

UP UP

DN

DN

DN

DN UP

UP

UP

DN

DN UP

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

UP

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

SECTION FACING NORTH

THIRD FLOOR PLAN


IES VE SOFTWARE ENERGY ANALYSIS

Baseline Water Consumption 1,320896.6 US gals/yr 19.7 US gals/ft2 yr

RAINWATER COLLECTION

WCs Sink Cleaning Sink Urinals Shower Hand Basins

GREEN ROOF

1%

38%

7%

22% 18%

LOW FLOW FAUCETS GREY WATER

14%

Proposed Water Consumption 162,059.6 US gals/yr 2.4 US gals/ft2 yr

LOW FLOW W.C.

Best Redesign Opportunities

POTABLE

STORM DRAIN

TREATED

WATER REUSE DIAGRAM

WATER CISTERN

LUMINANCE & ILLUMINANCE STUDIES

SEWER

23% WCs 18% Hand Basins 12% Urinals 8% Sink 7% Shower 7% Rainwater Recycling 7% Grey Water Recycling 7% Black Water Recycling

SOLAR ANALYSIS

36%

8%

20%

36%


MODEL


DOWNTOWN RE-IMAGINED PROF. MARK GILLEM | FALL 2016

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SUN DIAGRAM

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CENTRAL CIRCULATION SPACES

STRONG CONNECTION WITH PUBLIC SPACE

DOWNTOWN RE-IMAGINED B.A.YEAR 3 PROF. MARK GILLEM

This mixed-use residential building has a multi-tiered overlapping structure that blends the division between the living quarters and the outside through its multitude of green spaces and views from every angle. Central circulation is achieved using two towers with intersecting sections. Each tower includes green space for its residents. The towers capture west and north sunlight.

GREEN TERRACES


24' - 2 17/32"

THIRD FLOOR

DN

FOURTH FLOOR

UP

UP

UP

DN DN

DN

DN

UP

DN

49' - 8"

50' - 0"

DN

SECTION


PROGRAM DIAGRAM CIRCULATION TWO BEDROOM / STUDIO GREEN SPACES STUDIO / ONE BEDROOM THREE BEDROOM COMMERCIAL PARKING GARAGE


DEXTER LAKE ROWING CENTER PROF. LINDSEY DEATON | SPRING 2016

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DEXTER LAKE ROWING CENTER PROF. LINDSEY DEATON

B.A.YEAR 2

The Dexter Lake Rowing Center is the home of the University of Oregon’s club rowing team. Located in Lowell, Oregon, their original boathouse didn’t fit the needs of the rowers, but the new rowing center fully accomodates their needs by including an indoor erg room, a weight training/stretching space, a classroom/video room, two locker rooms, coaches offices, administration area storage, a club room, and a kitchen. The ultimate goal of the new boathouse is to create an easy transition from boat storage to the lake with minimal rotation of the boats.


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BIOCLIMATIC DESIGN: Ventilation comes from the lake. Large windows on south and west facade capture light. Large cement loads help with temperature.

WATER CYCLE: Rainwater flows in between the roof slats into a drain. The rainwater then collects in a grey water filtration system.


DIAGRAMS

4pm summer sun

9am summer sun 9am winter sun

west

west

east

east

west

east 4pm winter sun

Public vs. Private

west

Energy Flow Solar PV Panels on Roof

FLOOR PLANS

east

B

B

140 ft

Floor Plan 1 1/16” : 1’-0”

8’

16’

32’ 100 ft

100 ft

A

A

250 ft 200 ft

Floor Plan 2 1/16” : 1’-0”

8’

16’

32’


FURNITURE AND LIGHTING DESIGN PROF. TOM BONAMICI and SIOBHAN ROCKCASTLE | Fall 2018

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FURNITURE DESIGN AND FABRICATION

B.A.YEAR 4

PROF. TOM BONAMICI The design of the two dinning chairs is inspired by mid-century furniture. The chairs are constructed from Pacific Coast Maple Wood and assembled through domino pegs. The concept of the form is to emphasize the side profile and to have arms that are at a comfortable sitting height for working at a table or a computer.


15'

17"

15'

10"

4"

32"

27"

1.5" 1" 1.5"

12" 17"

1.25"


45 42 39 36 33 30 27 24 LOCKNUT

21

CHECK RING

18 15

ADAPTER

12

SOCKET CAP

9 6

UNDERWRITER’S KNOT

3

TERMINAL SCREWS SOCKET INTERIOR

3 6 9

SOCKET SHELL

12 15 18 21 24

5W VINTAGE LED LIGHT FIXTURE

27 30 33 36 39 42 45

Photometric Chart 16”

14”

PLAN

AXON


LIGHTING DESIGN

B.A.YEAR 4

PROF. SIOBHAN ROCKCASTLE | TEAM PROJECT Constructed from 32 laser cut wooden ribs and 2 gears, the ribs fit into the notches of the top and bottom pieces. The luminere has a parabolic shape. The elbow of the rib shifts with every alternating piece in an elliptical orbit.

ORBIT

OFF

ON


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