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Jeremy Adam Hill Architecture Portfolio


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A G re a t To o l i n A rc h i e c t u re Jeremy Adam Hill Associate AIA, LEED AP HOMES 21 Mountain Trail Stamford, CT 06903 JAH@JEREMYAHILL.COM 202-427-7152

Architecture’s true relevance in physical reality is as an examination of logical and emotional experiences, which together produce a poetic realism. Amidst the many preconceptions that exist of design, it is this juxtaposition between the logical and emotional that permeates my design process. My portfolio of work, thus far, may be experienced through five distinct lenses: (i) Communication – to both educate and inspire, (ii) Perspective – sketching for perception, (iii) Scale - understanding complexity, (iv) Exploration – a route to personal understanding and inspiration, and (v) Adaption & Infusion – a static system to a dynamic composition. Although each lens contributes to the way I consider the others, I believe the real goal of design is to respond freely to each new set of circumstances to find the optimal balance between the logical & emotional. “The reason to work is to find out what I don’t know; I don’t want to recycle what I know” –Richard Serra

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ASSOC. AIA, LEED AP HOME 19+ years of experience in the fields of architecture and design providing innovative and comprehensive design solutions satisfying challenging architectural programs. Inventive professional capable of creating dynamic designs independently and in collaboration with associates and clients. Ability to express ideas through a wide range of media. Highly proficient in AutoCad, Maya, Rhino, Grasshopper, 3D Studio Max, Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, After Effects, Maxwell Render, Mental Ray, and ArchiCAD. Organizations: Associate, American Institute of Architects; & LEED Green Associate Philanthropy: Design and construction of meditation platform in Nepal (“Spirit of Place”) featured in the National Geographic Traveler; Volunteer Teacher for “City of Place,” architecture program for 6-8th grade inner city students

EXPERIENCE : David Scott Parker Architects, Southport CT Assoc. Architect

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Bento Box LCC, Brooklyn NY Head of Bento Product Development & Design

2015-2017

JAH Design, Stamford CT Consultant designer.

2012-2015

Bulthaup, New York, NY Senior Designer

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Bulthaup, Roseland, NJ Design Support Manager

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Bulthaup, Washington, D.C. Project Coordinator

2004 – 2006

Cox Graae + Spack Architects, Washington, D.C. Intern Architect

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EDUCATION: Pratt Institute, New York, NY Master Of Architecture The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. Bachelor of science in Architecture

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The Project was Part of the Pratt GAUD CAP Studio which is the final studio in a series of four core design studios. This studio emphasizes the comprehensive nature of architectural design. One project, of moderate complexity, engages students in a design investigation for an engaging site which includes all aspects of design development, including documentation of typical construction details. The goal of the project was to design, A sustainable supermarket in the suburban Area Of Elgin IllinoisLocated outside Of Metropolitan Chicago. This supermarket was to utilizing the once traditional farmland environment to promoting vibrant local food and farming systems through community supported farmland preservation strategies, outreach, and a design to transform farm to market system. Professor: Erich Schoeneberger R.A. AIA Design Tools: Maya, Rhino 5.0, AutoCad, Grasshopper, Photoshop, Maxwell, Illustrator, VRay & 3D printing CAP Team: Jeremy HIll, Matt Dennis, Alex Behnke Studio: Pratt GAUD ARCH 704 Stduio IV CAP 2015

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Bulthaup Soho:

bulthaup has evolved in response to our changing world. Which must be represented in the bulthaup New York 2500 SF space on the corner of Wooster & Houston. In this new showroom installation the plan was to do much more than simply presenting its latest innovations and products. The key element was to highlight the kitchen’s rightful place at the center of our lives, as a place of sensory enjoyment, of creative work, of relaxed communication. The installation must act as a space where people are not confined to merely reacting to industry predefinedstructures, but can proactively design the space themselves in their mind. Visitors must get invited to take over stage direction and realize their own ideas. Team: bulthaup Corporate Architecture- Peer Linder project leader, Jordi Rafols designer, Jeremy Hill designer. Project Responsibilities:Collaborate with team on schematic & concept design Completion: Spring 2013

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Konzept 29. Juni 2012 | 5.9 Eigentum der Bulthaup GmbH & Co KG. Alle Rechte vorbehalten. Die Zeichnung hat im Detail nur symbolischen Charakter und dient der besseren räumlichen Vorstellung. Entscheidend für die Bestellung ist die Auftragsbestätigung der Bulthaup GmbH & Co KG Aich.

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The Showroom is located in the heart of the gas light district, an area known for design and architecture. A 20-ft tall storefront offers maximum visibility into the space from the sidewalk. The displays are presented in large vignette layouts that create their own microclimate, indicated by the ceiling cloud positioned above each island. A play between solid and void is hightlighted with movement as clients walk through the space. Upon entering, the visitor is faced with a detailed display mounted on a black wall, emphasizing the presentation of bulthaup’s unique precision. The East display outlines a space with pure forms that hints of architecture in and of itself. The west display is integrated into the architecture with no visual obstruction to the preceding courtyard. Design Team: Jeremy Hill, Project Lead Designer, Peer Linder, Design Consultant, Nic Baker III, Owner/Designer Responsibilities: Led the team in schematic & concept design, produced construction documents Completion: 2008 Drawings: Jeremy A Hill Photos: Nic Baker III & Zack Benson

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The showroom is located on the corner of the Boston Common, apart of the Ritz Carlton building. The 3200 SF showroom, needed to demonstrate, planning in human scale while keeping the balance with the surrounding Boston Common. Using a comprehensive system of form, surfaces and colors that take into account ergonomics and the bulthaup aesthetic interior architecture, the showroom created functionality and harmonious living and working spaces that relate their value individually. The linear position of the all the wall’s, displays, office space and even the wide plank floors running east to west set an aesthetic which was enhanced by the present of a counterpoint curve of the storefront. As pedestrian walk adjacent to the storefront each view of the displays continuously opens and closes as they perceive along the curve. In keeping with the traditions of the Boston area the minimalist style of the interior shell is in contrast with more traditional elements such as pine wood floors. Design Team: Peer Linder project leader, Marion Gerl designer, Jeremy Hill designer/project manager, & John Bleckley consultants/construction management. Project Responsibilities:Collaborate with team in schematic & concept design, production of all construction documents, Head of construction management. Completion: 2007

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The Pratt GAUD 2015 exhibition: grouped the visual work of the previous year in a large hanging installation. The collection of work takes the form of a field of hanging panels that have been precisely rotated to form a spatial catalog of the work. The panels are rotated in a way to both visually reveal and obscure slices of the work as visitors move around the floating volume forming a three dimensional lenticular effect. The rotation of each panel is held in place through a CNC cut disk, two strings, and a weight that keeps the panel aligned. The overall form of the piece is vaulted creating cavities for visitors to explore the work as well as view the models below. By faulting the volume it not only references the gravity driven nature of the piece but also allows visitors to be immersed in the paneled volume without disturbing them. The hanging installation was made of over 800 panels. These were each custom laser cut, assembled, and clad with custom cut images. From underneath the gradual rotation of the panels towards the apex of each vault can be seen. This pattern helps produce a visually dynamic filter of the work that comes alive as you move around it, but also frames the work through the healthy turbulence that exists in the school and the work. It the experimental nature of the school that is the common influence and thread that connects everything in the curriculum. This turbulence can be seen as the force that exposes new conditions within the bounds of the program. Professor : Michael Szivos with Ryan Whitby Design Tools: Rhino, Grasshopper, AutoCadd & Photoshop Design Team : Elisa Yi Feng, Zachary Grzybowski, Jeremy Hill, Eunmee Hong, Sasimanas Hoonsuwan, Wooseong Kweon, Maria Nikolovski, Danica Selem, Milad Showkatbakhsh. T. Craig Sinclair, Emily Walek Studio: Pratt GAUD 2015 Arch 715A Exhibition Design

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Project: bulthaup ICFF 2006:

The design was to be a authentic example that did not show just a idealized model kitchen, but to create a highly personalized architectural environment. The bulthaup ICFF installation design provided a platform to offer solutions and modifications to functional spaces that go way beyond the working area found in the kitchen. Design Team: Peer Linder, Head of Corporate Architecture, Jeremy Hill, Designer & Project Manager, Marion Gerl, Designer Project Responsibilities: Collaborated with team on schematic & concept design, produced all construction documents head of construction management Completion: 2007 Photos: Jeremy Hill

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A multi-function wall liberates the kitchen from the planning method dominated by the floor plan and becomes itself the determining factor in the architecture. It becames active, as functional as it is beautiful, and can merge the kitchen and living space together to form a single unit. Design Team: Peer Linder, Head of Corporate Architecture, Jeremy Hill, Designer & Project Manager, Marion Gerl, Designer Project Responsibilities: Collaborated with team on schematic & concept design, produced all construction documents head of construction management Completion: 2007 Photos: Jeremy Hill

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LifeEdited Maui: When Graham Hill began designing a house on Maui, he wanted more than a rustic surf shack. Bento Box Was there to design the homes kitchen/dining/living space. At 1,000 square feet, the resulting house — completed with help from the architecture and engineering firm Hawaii Off-Grid — isn’t exactly small. But it packs a lot into that envelope, including four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.

Design Team: Design Team: Jeremy A Hill COO Head Of Design, Dan Rapoport Designer ,Griffin Goldsmith Industrial Designer & Justin Koziol CEO of Bento Build. Project Responsibilities: Collaborated with team on schematic & concept design, Design Details & produced all construction documents. Completion: 2017P

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Bento Homes: In a Bento Home form truly follows function. The minimalist design maximizes space, in a 300 Square foot shell. The design of the Bento Homes are fully furnished, completely turnkey smart homes with advanced features from Bosch, Sonos and Amazon Smart Home Technology. The design capitalized on green innovations, partnering with Revolusun for solar power and water heating options & collaborated with top of the line companies that offer the latest in sustainable design – Eco friendly, non toxic, recycled materials. Design Team: Jeremy A Hill COO Head Of Design, Dan Rapoport Designer ,Griffin Goldsmith Industrial Designer & Justin Koziol CEO Bento Build, Project Responsibilities: Collaborated with team on schematic, concept design & Detail Design. Completion: 2018

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Video Game Incubator: This design studio was focus on the contemporary urban condition. Specifically, to introduced the interrelationships between a new urban form, land and building use, transportation, and environment. The assignment was both a housing project and an urban intervention. This project is situated within the physical, social and cultural context at three different scales. The building was designed around a Basketball court “A urban form knew to many” with Live work area built for young tech professionals and Video games design to live, work and play all in one place. There are Apartments and tech business incubators interlaced together. Studio: Pratt GAUD, ARCH 703 Design Studio III: Urban Mixed Use Professor: Maria Sieira Deign Tool’s: 3D Studio Max, AutoCad, Maxwell and Photoshop.

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NYC Apartment: The Ansonia intricate Beaus Arts facade followed the early 20th century french fashion, the owner wanted the chaos of the facade and the NYC daily live to be cleaned away as they walking into the apartment. A Clean, galley style space with no visual clutter was the relaxing finish. Credits: Kitchen design: Jeremy Hill, Designer & Project Manager Completion: 2009 Models & Drawings: Jeremy Hill Photos: New York Spaces

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Boston House Kitchen: Following the philosophy of kitchen as architecture, the floor plan was opened. Floor-to-ceiling aluminum-fronted panels incorporate oven and refrigerator in a pure backdrop. In the hub of the space are two islands, one for water and one for heat, packaged in aluminum and elm. At the opposite end of the room, the breakfast area beckons. Every form is a subtraction from the last one, until there is nothing but open glass. Credits: Architect: Nathalie Bellemare Elfer Interior somme design Kitchen Design: Jeremy Hill bulthaup Interior Design: Christine Tuttle of Christine Tuttle Interior Design

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Coney Island Greenhouse: This studio is an introduction to the fundamental concepts, processes and skills required for graduate architectural design. With a series of abstract yet non-reductive exercises, the goal was to create and discuss formal, spatial and material relations. Through design projects and discussions with the studio critic, we developed an understanding of fundamental design principles, representational techniques, and analytical skills. The Fundamentals Studio was structured as an architectural intervention into the urban infrastructural fabric of New York City. After the superstorm Sady wreaked havoc on the beaches and waterfront infrastructure of NYC, The idea was to rebuild The Coney Island community. I proposed setting up a new farmers market and green house. To stimulate a Under Serve Community With Sustainable Synergy. Studio: Arch 601 Design Studio 1: Fundamentals Professor: Erich Schoeneberger R.A. AIA Design Tool’s: Maya & Rhino, AutoCad, Photoshop & Pasta.

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Phillips collection: cox graae + spack architects designed the expansion of the internationally renowned Phillips Collection, Center for the Study of Modern Art. The museum’s plan for expansion led them to acquire an adjacent historic apartment house. cox graae + spack architects designed an addition behind the retained historic front façade to seamlessly extend the existing museum levels and add two new underground levels. The new structure includes an auditorium, library and archives, seminar rooms, administrative offices, resident artist studio, additional gallery space and an outdoor sculpture garden. A new museum entrance provides increased visitor services and an enlarged gift shop and café. Architect: Cox graae + spack- David Cox design principal; Don Gregory project leader. Project Responsibilities: 3D & physical modeling for concept design, produced construction documents (millwork details, exterior façade detail, window details, waterproofing details, finish floor plan & RCP), schematic & concept design graphic presentation. Completion: 2005 3d Model & Drawings: Jeremy Hill Photos: cg+s architects

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Woodrom Wilson Bridge: cox graae + spack architects designed the Operator’s Control House for the new Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge (I-95 and I-495) over the Potomac River. Local review agencies requested that the design of the tower be artful and in keeping with the high design of the new bridge. The new tower is a slender 6-story concrete and steel structure growing supported by one of the bridge’s monumental supports. The controller’s observation level, 25 feet above the highway, is completely glass-enclosed allowing for 360-degree visibility of highway approaches and unobstructed views of the river. Credits: Architect: Cox graae + spack- David Cox principal; Don Gregory project leader. Project Responsibilities: Model making for concept design, construction documents, schematic & concept design graphic presentation. Completion: 2004 Model: Jeremy Hill Photos: cg+s architects Awards: Awards of Merit in Architecture, Washington Chapter AIA; Award of Excellence, Northern Virginia Chapter AIA

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Rvisioned Typology: The Project was to emphasizes the integrated use of the computer and computer software for representation, design development and presentation In a exploration of the temporal diagram, I inputted particular moments from a initial drawing and 3-D rendering, and created a new form typology. This was all in the creation of a new dichotomy of form through evolutionary step to produce 3-D image that relates to the DNA of the initial investigation but using the developed technical and design expertise from the semester to be rigorous collection and cataloguing of the physical and digital output of my explorations. Studio Seminar: Arch 611 Media 1 Professor: Jeff Johnson Tool: Maya, 3D print & Photoshop

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Animation of Form: The project provides a framework for conceptualizing the digital project in architecture. The project was a hybrid Dynamic/Kinetic form finding project that, in turn, is driven by a series of investigations. These investigations approached the function of each software in such a way as to extract critical approaches to the digitization of architecture. The final goal was to create a 2 minute animation hightling a understanding of ture design and performance of a Inanimate object utilizing a critical approach. The animations will be composited using Tectonic and Kinmatic Modeling. Studio Seminar: Arch 612 Computer 2: Advanced Multimedia Professor: Robert Cervellione Tools: Rhino, Grasshopper, Maxwell & Photoshop

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Robox Invasion: The goal of this project was to Graphically Represent A new environment Through digital Techniques, To Propose and execute a speculative project that formulates a relationship between a digitally-modeledsystem and digitally-modeled objects. In addition, develop a graphic formulation that mixes quality pictorial imagery and notational information that communicates selective aspects of both the system and the objects. Studio: Arch 712C Advanced Digital Modeling Professor: Jason Vigneri-Beane Modeling Tool: 3D Studio Max, Illustrator & Photoshop

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