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2013 Portfolio


Jasmine McNeil mcneil.67@osu.edu 703.895.4329


Projects 6

Re-Routing Education

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Pre-Fab (Barn) Hab

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Pushing the Envelope

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Cincinatti Performing Arts Center

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Installation

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Shoe Store/Tango Bar

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Mapping Rome

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Arboretum Visitor’s Center

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IMI/ Masonry Design Competition

A proposal for revolutionizing education through architecture A prefabricated housing design project A renovation of a museum in Rome, Italy A new icon for the city of Cincinatti, Ohio

A built interactive installation Tying together unrelated venues through design

Creating a route for discovery in Rome, Italy

An Eco-Friendly Design

Technical drawings for a new Earth Science building

Sketches Resume


PROJECTS

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Re-Routing Education Aalto University Campus Proposal Autumn 2012

Karen Lewis Studio

A proposal for a new learning center for the VTT Technical Research Institute in Otaniemi, Finland. This building, derived from a previously divisive road, integrates a currently divided campus by merging several disciplines into one building with spaces that provide opportunities for both a collaborative means of education between different areas of study as well as small, private spaces that allow for more intimate forms of education. This 1500 ft. long building features studios for design students as well as film students, exhibition spaces, closed as well as open study spaces, seminar rooms, faculty offices, student dining, bike storage, and a recreation center.

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GENERA L PUBLIC GENE GE NERA RALLST STUD UDYY

SPACE

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FILM SC HOOL

OFFICES

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GENERA L STUDY

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study space/ lounge

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restrooms & utilities

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private study rooms

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student dining

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central meeting space

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design studios

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film theatre

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film lume

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courtyard

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teacher offices

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student presentation/ gallery space

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computer lab/library

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study area/lounge

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lockers

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locker rooms

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recreation area

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classrooms

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Floor plate shifts create intimate nooks on interior and balconies outdoors.

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THE COMMUNITY

OPERABLE SKIN

14 1/2 - 1 acre lots 1-2 bedroom homes ess

community housing

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public space

1 1/2 - 1 acre lots

3 bedroom homes

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private lots

multi-family housing units

PUBLIC SPACES silo playhouses community gardens

site section community center multi-family housing

community pavilions N LIVING ROOM SHADES

SITE PLAN

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Pushing The Envelope

Restoration of Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna in Roma Spring 2012

Kaybea Jones Studio Jasmine McNeil Kayle Langford Katie Mitchell

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An art museum in Rome, Italy that has been neglected for decades becomes infused with life again in this project. To respect the tendency of Romans to demolish as little as possible, A semi transparent “envelope” is wrapped around the existing building to protect it from external forces, and the existing structure is restored. But the inevitable influence of the surrounding area impacts the envelope, pushing it into the existing building in certain instances, creating a dynamic environment that forms modern spaces within a traditional structure. The spatial qualities of the museum are further modernized by making the skin moveable in certain spaces. Artists’ dwellings may be transformed into galleries to showcase their work and little nooks may be created by pushing courtyard walls into the building.

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Site diagram showing surrounding directions of major circulation and “green spaces”.

Site diagram showing entrances and “green spaces” embedded in design. Natural elements are one of the many forces influencing the building. As a result, nature manifests itself into the design of the museum.

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1 Dwelling transformation from hallway

exterior walls of dwellings can be pushed in to provide privacy for the artists, or pushed out to allow museum visitors to step into the artists’ homes. dwellings instantly transform into an artist’s own personal gallery.

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2 Courtyard transformation from indoors

former large windows are transformed into boxes that may be pushed in and out for museum visitors to create private spaces for a more intimate dining or reading experience near the museum cafe.

3 Courtyard transformation from outdoors

the courtyard walls function as “pockets” pushing out of the courtyard that provide nearly completely private spaces in the courtyard.

4 Gallery between envelope and building

the envelope is wrapped loosely around the building in locations such as this one, resulting in an “in between zone”, where the transparent skin acts as its own piece of art, allowing pedestrians outdoors to become part of the exhibit in the gallery.

5 Garden Entrance

“nature” is one of the forces that acts on the building, pushing its way through the skin to create a new entrance from the direction of the nearby parks of Villa Borghese.

6 An “In Between” Garden

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the nature from Villa Borghese crawls into the building and manifests itself into a spot in between the envelope and the building.

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Cinicinatti Performing Arts Center A Proposal for a New Icon in Cincinatti, OH Winter 2011

Brandon Clifford Studio

An icon designed to infuse a new sense of excitement into the city of Cincinatti, Ohio. This 512’ tower not only enhaces the city skyline with its hot pink skin, but also inherently creates types of spaces that provide opportunities for activities that are currently unthought of in Cincinatti. The tower features three different “districts” where spaces for learning, practicing, and even the display of arts are made possible. The theatre at the top of the tower boasts an impressive view of the skyline as a backdrop for the stage. The separation of the volumes of each space as well as the exaggerated height will give birth to types of public spaces that are bound to generate activities for adventure seekers and art lovers alike. * A stop motion video was created for this project.

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SECTION 1

SECTION 1

SECTION 2

SECTION 2

BACK OF HOUSE

LARGE AUDITORIUM 1/16” = 1’0”

THEATRE DISTRICT

LARGE AUDITORIUM

GALLERY 1/16” = 1’0”

ART DISTRICT

STUDIO 1/16” = 1’0”

COMMERCIAL DISTRICT

SECTION 1 SECTION 1/16” = 1’0” 2

SECTION 1

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Installation 5’ long straws

Interactive Straw Forest Spring 2011 Jasmine McNeil

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Straw Lengths

Tracy Perry Studio Ben Pacheco Darwin Menjivar

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[[XS,, S,, M,L] , ]

Ross Jackson

Extra Short [XS]: [ S] allows ll for f people l to walk lk beneath b h straws without obstructing their paths p ths or views.


13’ long straws

10’ long straws

8’’ long straws

6’ 3’ 1’ Short [S]: allows for people to activate straws- but still doesn’t obstruct views or paths.

v Long [L]: obstructs paths and views. Makes victim...er, installation feel completely i ti i t ll ti participant, ti i enveloped by straws.

Medium [M]: obstructs paths and views. Activation of straws possible from this stage as well.

Curtain bundles

“The Curtains”

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Creating Interaction Between 2 Separate High Traffic Zones traffic mapping on site during average weekday.

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1 strand= 20 straws

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Wind Activated After Before

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This project began as an investigation of the “art of movement” and a study of break dancing and evolved into the group’s own interpretation of movement through installation. To acknowledge the concept of two opposing teams in breakdancing, a site was chosen that was understood as two separate spaces (ground floor and ramp). Different colored straws represent the two “teams”. Each “team invades the opposition’s side and bundles of straws may be pulled down on one side in order to manipulate curtains of straws on the opposite side, making the invasions literal.

Daytime radiance vs. nightime glow.

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Shoe Store/Tango Bar Mixed Use Building Proposal Autumn 2010

Beth Blostein Studio

The design of the shoe store/ tango bar integrates the idea of strappy sandal straps with display windows. The design of the facade of the building is based on strappy sandals, but another goal was to successfully “tie” the tango bar into the design. So display windows, which are usually designed at a small scale to show off shoes are blown up so that they may also put the tango bar dancers on display. But unlike shoe diplay windows, these large scale windows provide unique views from both inside and outside. The oddly shaped windows are extruded out of the facade to provide more personal little nooks separate from the tango bar. The two unrelated venues are literally “tied together” by a facade composed of strings that support the large scale display windows.

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PLAN

SITE PLAN

ELEVATIONS

Envelopment

Aesthetics

Support

Customers are enveloped in straps upon entrance into the shoe store.

Straps used to display the shoes.

Straps used to hold the entire facade together.

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Mapping Rome

Creating a Path for Discovery in Rome, Italy

Winter 2011

Kay Bea Jones Seminar

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Via Alberto Mario

Via Felice Cavalotti

Via Maurizio Quadrio

Piazza Rosolino Pilo

Via Giacinto Carini

Via Fratelli Bonnet

Via Gianicolensi

Passegiato del Gianicolo

Piazza di Sant’Onofrio

Via di Porta Santo Spirito

Via dei Penifenzieri

Via dell’Erba

Vicolo d’Orfeo

Via degli Ombrellari

Via Crescenzio

Via Triboniano

Ponte Umberto

Via di Monte Brazio

Via del Cancello

Vicolo Vicoladel delLeonetto Leonetto

Campus Arboretum Visitor’s Center

An Ecologicaly Friendly Solution

hot, undesirable summer sun Warm, spring and fall sun Warm, desirable winter sun NWNW

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Ponte Testaccio

Via Ettore Rolli

Via degli Orti

Via Toricelli

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Via della Scrofa

Via d’Ascanio

Via dei Prefetti

Piazza del Parlamento

Via dell’ Impresa

Piazza Colonna

Via del Corso

Via Muratte Via Arancione

Via dei Serviti

Circonvallazione Gianicolense

Via di Francesco Massi

Via di Giuseppe Revere

Via Sistina

Via del Tritone

Via Francesco Crispi

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Via V iaa A Alessandro lessa essa sssaandro ss nd ndr Poe Poer Poeri oer o Poerio

Via Vittorio Veneto

Via Fratelli Bandiera

Via Vi V iaa A Alberto lbe lbert llb beeer bert ber ert rrtto Mario

Via Leonida Bissolati

Largo Santa Susanna

Largo Piazza Esedra

lobby/reception

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clerestory windows allow sunlight into parts of the building that are not exterior in circulation architectural lighting is used to illuminate exterior wall as wall as interior through playing with clerestory windows and mirrors mounted on the ceiling

restroom office

cold winter winds blocked by trees on Northeastern side of building

vents allow air to flow in and out of the building naturally trombe wall uses thermal lag to warm inside of building at night high, summer sun blocked by sunshade to keep building cool

sunshading device controls amount of sunlight permitted into the building at different times of year

low, winter sun gets into building under the sunshade to heat building

maximum glazing on faces of building that get southern exposure

SUSTAINABLE PRINCIPLES passive solar natural ventilation lighting

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IMI/ Masonry Design Competition

Proposal for a New School of Earth Sciences on OSU Campus Winter 2011

Jose Oubrerie Lab

The Ohio State University is known for being an outstanding educational institution that takes pride in its influence that spreads from Ohio all the way to the other side of the world. The university itself is made up of people from all over the world, and that is what many believe makes it so great. Without the diversity of the student population, the university would not be the same. This idea is conceptualized from an architectural standpoint in this project, and a proposal is made to create a cladding for the School of Earth Sciences that consists of stones from all over the world. A stone from every country-or maybe even state, representing students and professors from different countries will make up the facade of the building- reminding us of the culture and diversity that make up The Ohio State University and incorporating it into the architecture. Plans

Section TAR PAPER 17’4”

UTILITY ROOM

26’ 2’

FLASHING, TYP. CONCRETE ROOFING SYSTEM 1” RIGID INSULATION

WOMEN’S RESTROOM

MEN’S RESTROOM

GALLERY

8” CMU BLOCK CONCRETE INFILL VERTICAL REINFORCING, TYP. RANDOM RUBBLE

BALCONY GALLERY

LIBRARY

LIBRARY

CONCRETE HEADER WINDOW

First Floor FIRST FLOOR 1/4” = 1’0”

Second Floor SECOND FLOOR 1/4” = 1’0”

2” CAVITY

Window Section Detail

Wall Section Detail

2” CAVITY

RANDOM RUBBLE CONCRETE INFILL 8” CMU BLOCK

Proposal #1: Exterior The exterior will consist of random rubble found from all over the world. The facade that each rubble is placed on will be oriented with respect to the direction of the country that the rubble is indigenous to. The random rubble will give the facade an appearance of a conglomeration of different sizes, colors, and shapes of stones.

A reinforced, prefabricated concrete header will act as the lintel to be carried over openings in this building. Flashing will be placed above openings.

RANDOM RUBBLE CONCRETE INFILL 8” CMU BLOCK 3/8” MORTAR VERTICAL REINFORCING FLASHING REBAR MORTAR PREFABRICATED CONCRETE HEADER WINDOW

1” RIGID INSULATION STEEL STRAP TIE COURSED RUBBLE LIMESTONE MORTAR VERTICAL REINFORCING

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FLASHING REBAR

Proposal #2: Interior The interior will consist of the same conglomertaion of stone from all over the world, but it will be the reciprocal of the exterior. No directional organization will occur (the stone placement will not correspond with the country which it came from), but a rubble course will be used.

FIBROUS JOINT FILLER 1” RIGID INSULATION 2” CAVITY WITH DIRT INFILL


PRECAST CONCRETE COPING RANDOM RUBBLE 2” CAVITY REBAR, TYP. SEALANT, TYP. FLASHING, TYP. 8” CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB 8” CMU BLOCK, TYP. STRAP TIE, TYP.

1” RIGID INSULATION

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VERTICAL REINFORCING COURSED RUBBLE CONCRETE HEADER FIBROUS JOINT FILLER RANDOM RUBBLE, BEYOND

GLAZING CONCRETE SILL

CONCRETE FOOTING EARTH GRAVEL ROCKY TERRAIN

Wall Section

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TRAVEL SKETCHES


St. Peter’s Basilica Vatican City

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Eiffel Tower Paris, France

Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi Rome, ItItaly

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RESUME


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JasmineMcNeil

mcneil.67@.osu.edu (703) 895-4329 









































Permanent Address: 10884 Pennycress Street Manassas, VA 20110 (703) 366-3336

 OBJECTIVE To obtain a position in a design company in order to provide quality work and to further develop design skills.  EDUCATION The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH May, 2013 B.A. Architecture/ Italian Minor Overall GPA: 3.43 *Morrill Scholar *Architecture Scholar 

ACADEMICHIGHLIGHTS  Studied abroad in Italy for 3 months, Spring, 2012.  Studied abroad in Istanbul, Turkey for one week, Spring, 2010. 

EXTRACURRICULARACTIVITIESANDVOLUNTEERWORK  Design Build Institute of America Vice President 2012-2013 school year. General member 2011-2012.  MLK Day of Service 2012 and 2013 Site Leader.  Community Commitment Service Event 2011 and 2012 Site Leader. 2009 Participant.  Italian Teaching Assistant at Indianola Alternative School Autumn, 2012.  Teaching Assistant for Pre-Departure Study Abroad course for Italian, Winter 2011.  Office of Diversity and Inclusion Peer Mentor 2011-2012 school year.  Habitat for Humanity trip to Birmingham, AL Spring Break 2011 with Buck-I-SERV.  Participated in Habitat for Humanity project in Columbus, OH with AIAS Autumn, 2011.  Member of SERVitecture community service club 2009-2012; Participated in Habitat for Humanity trip to Sea Island, SC building homes and studying the architecture of Charleston, SC Summer 2009. COMPUTERANDTECHNICALSKILLS  Proficient in Adobe Photoshop CS6, Adobe Illustrator CS6 , Adobe InDesign CS6, Google Sketch-Up, Rhinoceros 4.0, AutoCAD, 3D Max, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Powerpoint.  Six years of experience in AutoCAD. Certified in June 2009. 

PROJECTEXPERIENCE  Drawings for 50% Construction Documents for Zoo Miami Project with URS Corporation Summer 2011.  Studio project renovating and expanding Art Museum in Rome, Italy Spring, 2012.  Designed and constructed large scale studio installation Spring Quarter, 2011. WORKEXPERIENCE URS Corporation// Columbus, OH Architectural Intern, Summer 2011 Gained experience working with construction documents and building codes in a professional environment. Kennedy Commons// Columbus, OH Student Assistant, Autumn 2012 Served and prepared food in student dining facility while providing great customer service. Fired Up Grill at the Ohio Union// Columbus, OH Cook/Server, Spring 2010 Provided quality customer service and gained multi-tasking skills working in a fast-paced environment. Nissan Pavilion// Bristow, VA Usher , Summer 2009 Provided customer service and gained experience working with a large and unique crowd of customers in a less family friendly environment.

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Selected works from undergraduate studies at The Ohio State University

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