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jennifer tampubolon UNDERGRADUATE ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO


J E N N I F E R

T A M P U B O L O N

CONTACT

3133 S. Nucla St. Aurora, Co 80013 (303) 517-7626 jenntampubolon@gmail.com linkedin.com/in/jennifer-tampubolon issuu.com/jenntampubolon/docs/tampubolon.jennifer.portfolio

PROFILE

Hard working Architecture student eager and seeking to work hands on in the architecture field and design. Dedicated, detail oriented and motivated with quick learning and excellent people skills. Ready to usee past experiences and apply them into new evironments and situations

EDUCATION

2014-2017

2017- Graduated 2019

SKILLS

Colorado University- Boulder School of Environmental Design Colorado University- Denver College of Architecture

PROFESSIONAL

PERSONAL

ADOBE SUITE

DATA ANALYSIS

AUTOCAD

ADAPTABILITY

RHINO

PROBLEM SOLVING

REVIT MICROSOFT OFFICE model making, hand drafting architectural detailing + drafting

LANGUAGES ENGLISH

Native

BAHASA INDONESIA

Intermediate


WORK EXPERIENCE STUDENT INTERN - SEPT.

2015- MAY 2016 UMC Events Planning + Catering Assisting administrative staff with overflow of work Daily paperwork completion and mail sorting Booking and directing clients request of room and catering reservations

NANNY -SEPT.

2015- PRESENT Care.com Coordinating pick-ups and drop-offs for camps and schools Organizing chords and responsibilities Assisting with food prep and school responsibilities

SALES ASSOCIATE -

RESPITE CAREGIVER - AUG.

FLOORSET + SALES ASSOCIATE -

MAINTENANCE/HANDYMAN 2012-

AUG. 2015- FEB. 2016 Bath + Body Works Assisting customers in finding what they need Ensuring smooth shopping experience and transaction process Monthly Floorsets + inventory APR. 2016- AUG. 2017 American Eagle Outfitters + Aerie Bi-Monthly + 3- Day floorsets of rearranging store + products Assisting customers in finding right products

OTHER EXPERIENCES

HKBP MONTCLAIR LUTHERAN CHURCH-

MULTIPLE POSITIONS

APR. 2012- Present

CHURCH COUNCIL Church Secretary- Responsible for holding church documents Maintaining meeting minutes, sign-off documents Representative for young adults and sunday school children CHURCH ORGANISTPlay for church services working alongside choir and pastor SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER + COORDINATOR Working with children of various ages teaching through a variety of approches Working alongside Pastor in preparing teaching agenda for all teachers. Planning and organizing events WORSHIP BAND COORDINATOR - Leading monthly contemporary worships BUILDING COMMITTEE Currently in process of selling + purchasing new church Search for relocation + remodeling

2018- PRESENT Cottonwood Community Alternatives Providing care to individuals with disabilities Administer Medication First Aid, CPR, Safety Driving, + Administration Certified PRESENT Family Business/ Self-Employed Construction and Repairs HVAC-R Maintenance, Installation & Trouble shooting Plumbing and other handwork


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IWC library denver,co

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OUTWARD motel strasburg,co

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WADDELL GALLERY art gallery denver,co

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LOTUS

lamp fabrication


IWC

INDIVIDUALISM WITHIN THE COLLECTIVE

studio v fall ‘19

library denver,co

prof. zahra namavar

A library designed to cater towards the sensory needs of those with autism through lighting, acoustics, materiality, and spatial boundaries, thus a space that will better the experience for all users. By reconfiguring and eliminating corners and turns, redirecting light and absorbing sound, the space is benefiting for all users and allows users to control their experience within every moment in the library. Being located on the engaging intersection of Colfax Ave. and Park Ave. creates the challenge of filtering an uncontrollable variable. The walls come into play by absorbing and blocking the excessive noise and visuals of the streets and allowing the pink noise, the lower muffles, and guided appetures to maintain this connection with the world, continuing stimulation, while preventing sensory overload. The walls come alive by involving itselfs in all that the users do, the walls are boundaries, guiders, and submersive for moments of individualism. The varying apertures that puncture the walls bring life into the poche space by letting users submerge into the introspective spaces within. For times of individualism these spaces cater as breakout spaces to retract during moments of sensory overload while still giving a sense of awareness outside the walls. The varying sizes within the five foot thick walls caters to diverse preferences; from tighter spaces to crawl into or climbing into a nook and people watching the outside world from above; every moment inside the walls is intimate and users create a different connection. The roof although massive in appearance in actuality is airy and allows light to bleed through its mesh and define spaces through light. The roof invites imagination and creativity by connecting with the users and play with light as they journey through spaces. The mesh of the roof, takes corrugated steel and adapts it into a light filter and creates an amber glow that covers the second floor and trickles into the first floor. The mesh is then carved to fragment the light and define spaces yet allowing spaces to have a temporal boundaries throughout the day. IWC is organic, raw, and primitive, it appears as a massive mud hut in a modern city taking two materials and adapting them to the needs of those who inhabit the space. The mesh creates deep shadows and alongside the curvature and materiality of the walls, it “invite[s] unconscious peripheral vision and tactile fantasy”, Pallasmaa. The library creates an environment that is responsive to those who lie on the autism spectrum, allowing users to control their experience within the library and providing moments to pull away from the collective creating a responsive library.

“Homogeneous bright light paralyses the imagination in the same way that homogenisation of space weakens the experience of being, and wipes away the sense of place.” -Juhani Pallasmaa


A light study using cardboard as a light filter, translating itself to corrugated steel for the library each member acts as an individual truss. Using Ronchamp as a precedent, curved walls also act structurally to improve stability and allows each member to be cantilever great distances.

Park Ave. Elevation Scale 1’-0� = 1/64�


Section Perspective Scale 1’-0” = 1/16”

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Roof Plan

Second Floor

First Floor Scale 1’-0” = 1/64”

Inventory: 1 Lobby + Checkout 2 Book Stacks 3 Contemplative Spaces 4 Cafe

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Makerspace + Classroom Restrooms Adaptable Reading Room Computer Lab


OUTWARD studio iv spring ‘19

lmotel strasburg, co

prof. kevin hirth

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THEODORE WADDELL GALLERY studio iii

gallery denver, co

prof. brian dale

using nodes and elongated corridors to create a form of circulation that elevate the experience of viewing the art pieces of Theodore Waddell or to experience his art work through nature itself to emphasize an isolation separate from the city. theodore waddell’s art is inspired by the nature that constantly surround him. waddell is an abstract artist that emphasizes that the approach towards his work will create a clearer more intricate interpretation and experience to his work. terminous; a storyroom; emphasizing waddell’s style of approach the story room is a group of 3 of waddell’s pieces where the sequence of the 3 pieces together can be read as one story that zooms into a smaller frame each time. shifted approaches is created by having the two combined corridors that are shifted, creates an offset to the room that gives great opportunity to create a personal intimate approach to each art piece. with various windows around the room the light plays with the textures of waddell’s canvas’. the outside spaces allows users to experience waddell’s art physically by exemplifying nature and its sounds, the wooden slats replicates trees being the canopy and its trunks, they are angled south west to allow winds to flow through rather than interrupted. the slats act as a sound barrier blocking sounds of the public and having the sounds of the branches travel through. the patio where the public meets private, elevates users to be indulged by the tree canopy, there is no vision to beyond the canopy so users will be immersed by the sounds of the branches tangled within another. Art feature by Theodore Waddell: Motherwell’s Angus, June Musselshell,Horse #3,Ruby’s Angus, Camas Prairie Red #6


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