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outdoor ampitheater

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“IF I CAN CREATE SOME SPACE THAT PEOPLE HAVEN’T EXPERIENCED BEFORE AND IF IT STAYS WITH THEM OR GIVES THEM A DREAM FOR THE FUTURE, THAT’S THE KIND OF STRUCTURE I SEEK TO CREATE.” TADAO ANDO


PORTFOLIOCONTENTS RESUME

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STUDIOPROJECTS PORTLAND CULINARY INSTITUTE | 2012 OREGONBILDS DESIGN/BUILD | 2013 2014 IL COMPLESSO DELLA BASILICA | 2014 THE TRANSIENT CITY PROJECT | 2014 MARKETHALL/MARKETPLACE | 2015-6

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SELECTEDSKETCHES ENCLOSURE DETAILS | 2014 TRAVEL JOURNAL | 2014

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JASMINEFREI ADDRESS: 2835 SW FAIRMONT DRIVE, CORVALLIS, OR 97333 PHONE: 541-207-4050 EMAIL: JASMINEFREI3@GMAIL.COM

SUMMARY

ARCHITECTURE EXPERIENCE

EFFICIENT, QUICK LEARNER, PUNCTUAL, GOOD TIME MANAGEMENT SKILLS, TASK-ORIENTED, FOCUSED

WINTER2014

STUDIO TEACHING ASSISTANT UNIVERSITY OF OREGON HELPED TEACH FIRST YEAR ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS DRAFTING, MODEL BUILDING, PRESENTATION AND DRAWING SKILLS. PERFORMED DESK CRITIQUES AND STUDIO REVIEWS ON STUDENT PROJECTS.

COMPUTER SKILLS - AUTOCAD - ADOBE (PHOTOSHOP, ILLUSTRATOR, INDESIGN) - RHINOCEROS - MAXWELL - V-RAY - BASIC REVIT - BASIC SKETCHUP - MICROSOFT OFFICE

WINTER2014

12 HOURS OF SITE WORK WEEKLY. WORKED WITH PROFESSORS, CONTRACTORS, AND OTHER STUDENTS TO DESIGN AND BUILD THE OREGONBILDS HOUSE, FROM FOUNDATION UP TO INTERIOR INSULATION. SUMMER2014

EDUCATION SPRING2016

B.ARCH COMPLETION UNIVERSITY OF OREGON

SPRING2014

VICENZA ARCH STUDY ABROAD UNIVERSITY OF OREGON

LANGUAGES

RECOGNITION

BASIC PROFICIENCY WITH - ITALIAN - SPANISH - SWISS GERMAN

- NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY, HIGH SCHOOL - REGION 4 YOUTH OF THE YEAR SCHOLARSHIP

STUDENT BUILDER OREGONBILDS 2013/4 PROJECT

ARCHITECTURE INTERN ZIMMER GUNSUL FRASCA (PORTLAND OFFICE) PARTICIPATED IN THE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PHASE OF VARIOUS LARGE SCALE PROJECTS. DOCUMENTED AND ASSISTED IN LEED ACCREDITATION. ASSISTED IN THE PRODUCTION AND ORGANIZATION OF PRESENTATION AND CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS.

OTHER EXPERIENCE SUMMER2013

PHOTOGRAPHER OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY HEALTHY YOUTH PROGRAM

SUMMER2009 - SPRING2011

HORSE TRAINING ASSISTANT STEWART PERFORMANCE HORSES

SUMMER2008

SUMMER CAMP COUNSELOR HARMONY TRAINING CENTER HORSE CAMP

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PORTLANDCULINARYINSTITUTE THE PORTLAND CULINARY INSTITUTE IS SITUATED ON THE CORNER OF COUCH AND GLEESON STREETS. THE INSTITUTE FUNCTIONS NOT ONLY A PLACE OF LEARNING, BUT ALSO AS A PLACE WHERE STUDENTS CAN SHARE THE CULINARY EXPERIENCE WITH THE WORLD. THE INSTITUTE INCLUDES MULTIPLE TEACHING KITCHENS AND LECTURE HALLS FOR STUDENTS, AS WELL AS A LARGE PUBLIC AUDITORIUM, EVENT SPACE, AND RESTAURANT WHERE STUDENTS AND FACULTY ALIKE CAN COMMUNICATE WITH THE COMMUNITY AND SHARE WHAT THEY HAVE CREATED, AS WELL AS OFTEN EDUCATION TO OTHERS. BEING THE FIRST LARGE SCALE PROJECT TACKLED DURING B.ARCH EDUCATION, THE GOALS OF THIS PROJECT WERE TO ESTABLISH A CONNECTION TO THE CONTEXT, DEVELOP A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF CIRCULATION PATTERNS, UTILIZE BUILDING STRUCTURE AS A DESIGN ELEMENT, AND CREATE A BALANCED FACADE.

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DESIGNCONCEPT

COLLABORATIVE EDUCATION

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ACADEMIC CONTINUITY CONNECTING ALL ASPECTS OF THE LEARNING PROCESS THROUGH SPATIAL ORGANIZATION

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IN THE DESIGN OF THE PORTLAND CULINARY INSTITUTE, CONSIDERATIONS WERE MADE TO IMPLEMENT A GRADIENT OF PUBLIC TO PRIVATE SPACES, EMPHASIZE THE VISUAL CONNECTION BETWEEN FLOORS IN ORDER TO FOSTER COLLABORATION AND INTERACTION, CREATE A SOCIAL CORE, AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE POSSIBILITY TO CONNECT WITH THE COMMUNITY.

THE SOCIAL CORE A CENTRAL SPACE TO FOSTER COLLABORATION AND COMMUNICATION BETWEEN STUDENTS AND FACULTY

prac teach tice COMMUNITY CONNECTION AN OVERLAP OF FUNCTIONS TO PROVIDE INFORMATION AND ENCOURAGE PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT

DIAGRAMMATIC MODELS INITIAL EXPLORATIONS OF BUILDING FORM

INTERIOR RENDERINGS


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OREGONBILDSDESIGN/BUILD THE OREGONBILDS DESIGN/BUILD PROJECT IS A 1,280 SQUARE FOOT AFFORDABLE HOUSING UNIT DESIGNED AND BUILT BY A GROUP OF UNIVERSITY OF OREGON ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS IN EUGENE, OREGON. THE PROJECT STRIVES TOWARDS EXCELLENCE IN STAINABILITY AND THE PRODUCTION OF HIGH QUALITY SPACES AT A LOW COST. WORKING ON THE OREGONBILDS PROJECT PROVIDED THE UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO DEAL WITH REAL LIFE ISSUES INVOLVED IN COMPLETING A PROJECT IN AN ACADEMIC SETTING. STUDENTS WERE REQUIRED TO WORK THROUGH ISSUES SUCH AS BUDGET, CODE REQUIREMENTS, HVAC, PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL PLANS, CONSTRUCTION AND ENCLOSURES DETAILS, STRUCTURAL REQUIREMENTS, MATERIAL SELECTION AND THE CREATION OF A COMPLETE PERMIT SET.

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DESIGNCONCEPT

COMPACT LUXURY

THE DRIVING FORCE IN THE DESIGN OF THE OREGONBILDS HOUSE WAS TO CREATE A BEAUTIFUL, COMFORTABLE, AND EFFICIENT FAMILY HOME, WHILE MAINTAINING A LOW COST FOR BOTH THE CONSTRUCTION AND THE OCCUPANCY. CONSIDERATIONS WERE MADE TO MAXIMIZE USABLE SPACE, CREATE AMPLE STORAGE, TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE POSSIBILITY FOR DAYLIT SPACES, AND CONNECT TO THE SITE SEAMLESSLY.

storage service

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CONSOLIDATION OF FUNCTIONS CREATING THREE CLEAR BARS OF FUNCTION ALLOWS FOR CONDENSED SPACES WHICH CAN BE USED TO THEIR MAXIMUM POTENTIAL

ARRANGEMENT ALONG AN AXIS A CENTRAL AXIS AROUND WHICH ALL SPACES ARE ORGANIZED CREATES AN EFFICIENT AND COMPACT CIRCULATION SYSTEM

storage

OVERLAPPING DOMESTIC SPACES BLENDING TOGETHER SPACES WITH SIMILAR DOMESTIC FUNCTIONS AND NEEDS ALLOWS FOR AN OPEN FLOORPLAN IN A SMALL FOOTPRINT

service

domestic

PERSPECTIVE RENDERINGS COURTESY OF STUDIO MEMBER CAMERON HUBER


FINAL FLOOR PLANS (ABOVE) DONE IN CONJUNCTION WITH VARIOUS STUDIO MEMBERS RENDERINGS (FAR LEFT) DONE IN CONJUNCTION WITH STUDIO MEMBER KAREN TSE COMPLETED HOUSE PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE REGISTER-GUARD

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ILCOMPLESSODELLABASILICA VICENZA, ITALY IS A TOWN HIGHLY SATURATED WITH PALLADIAN ARCHITECTURE. THE TOWN IS CENTERED AROUND A TRIO OF PIAZZE AND THE BASILICA PALLADIANA. IL COMPLESSO DELLA BASILICA IS A MULTI-USE BUILDING PLACED IN THIS HISTORIC CONTEXT TO SERVE AS A CIVIC CENTER, COMMERCIAL HUB, AND EXHIBITION SPACE, AND IS DESIGNED AS BOTH AN ADDITION AND AN HOMAGE TO PALLADIO’S WORK. THE TRAPEZOIDAL BUILDINGS EMPLOY PALLADIO’S IDEA OF IRREGULAR GEOMETRIES, CREATING A CENTRALIZED PIAZZA WITH AN OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER, PUBLIC SEATING, COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY, AND SPACE FOR THE BIWEEKLY OUTDOOR MARKET. OVERHEAD, BRIDGES SPAN THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE NEW ADDITION AND THE BASILICA, A PHYSICAL REMINDER OF THE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN PAST AND PRESENT.

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DESIGNCONCEPT

BRIDGING PAST AND PRESENT IL COMPLESSO DELLA BASILICA STRIVES TO MAKE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN OLD AND NEW. THE BUILDINGS USE A MATERIAL PALATE REMINISCENT OF THE BASILICA PALLADIANA, THE PIAZZE ARE REFORMED TO BETTER CONNECT TO THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT, AND THE EXHIBIT SPACE PHYSICALLY CONNECTS TO ITS INSPIRATION.

A LAYERED SECTION CREATING DEPTH IN THE EXTERIOR WALL SECTION BY LAYERING BUILDING MATERIALS TAKEN FROM THE SURROUNDING VERNACULAR

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stone glazing copper columns

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STACKED FUNCTIONS SEPARATING THE COMMERCIAL, CIVIC CENTER, ADMINISTRATION, AND PUBLIC GALLERY SPACES ONTO SEPARATE FLOORS IN ORDER TO CREATE A CLEAR ORGANIZATION AND EASY WAYFINDING

CONNECTIONS TO THE PAST USING AN INDOOR BRIDGE TO CONNECT THE PALLADIO GALLERY SPACE TO THE PALLADIAN BASILICA, AND TO FRAME THE VIEW OF THE NEARBY HISTORIC CHURCH AND THE COLUMNS IN THE PIAZZA BAY STUDY CONSIDERING MATERIALITY, FACADE COMPOSITION, AND ENCLOSURE


TECHNICAL DRAWINGS (ABOVE, CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT) SITE PLAN CONSIDERING CIVIL SPACE, SECTION CONSIDERING CONNECTION TO THE BASILICA, DETAILED SECTION OF THE PALLADIO GALLERY SPACE EXTERIOR VIEW (LEFT)

NOLLI MAP (BELOW)

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THETRANSIENTCITYPROJECT IN BEND, OREGON, THE TRANSIENT POPULATION IS INCREASING AT A MUCH MORE RAPID PACE THAN THE PERMANENT RESIDENCES. BEFORE LONG THE ANNUAL VISITORS WILL OUTNUMBER THE PEOPLE WHO MOVE TO THE CITY EACH YEAR. BEND DEPENDS SO HEAVILY ON ITS TOURISM INDUSTRY AND TRANSIENT BUSINESS POPULATION THAT WITHOUT THEM AN ECONOMIC COLLAPSE WOULD BE IMMINENT. BEND’S UNIQUE SITUATION MEANS THAT THE POPULATION IS IN CONSTANT FLUX. THE TRANSIENT CITY PROJECT ADDRESSES THIS PHENOMENON BY CREATING ARCHITECTURE THAT CATERS TO THE IDEA OF A TEMPORARY POPULATION. THE TRANSIENT CITY PROJECT IS A NEW FORM OF BUILDING WHICH USES FLEXIBLE AND MOBILE MODULES, EACH FUNCTIONING AS MULTIPLE SPACES, THE STATE OF WHICH DEPENDING ON ITS OCCUPANCY. WITHIN THESE UNITS EACH OCCUPANT IS ABLE TO CUSTOMIZE TO SUIT THEIR NEEDS AND TO CREATE THEIR OWN PERSONAL VERSION OF UTOPIA.

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THIS PROJECT IS DESIGNED TO DIRECTLY REFLECT THE TRANSIENT POPULATION OF THE CITY. THE PROGRAM REVOLVES AROUND THE IDEA OF SPACES WHICH CAN CHANGE TO SUIT THE NEEDS OF WHATEVER PEOPLE ARE CURRENTLY OCCUPYING THE SPACE, FOR WHATEVER LENGTH OF TIME REQUIRED. EACH OCCUPANT CAN FIND A COMFORTABLE EXPERIENCE WHICH CONFORMS TO THEIR NEEDS, WHILE NOT LEAVING ANY EXTRA SPACE UNUSED. THESE UNITS CREATE A KIT OF GENERIC YET ADAPTABLE UNITS WHICH CAN BE REARRANGED IN DIFFERENT PATTERNS TO CATER TO THE LARGER CONTEXT.

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OPTIMISTIC FUTURE - population begins to grow at a rate of 3% each year, the highest growth rate in the past ten years

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OPTIMISTIC FUTURE - bachelor makes a turnaround and reverts to previous trend of +5% visitors every winter - brewery population increases +5% each year and draws in +5% visitors annually - river levels remain consistent usability, resulting in +5% recreational visitors every summer PROBABLE FUTURE - population continues to grow at a rate of 1.5% per year, the average rate for the past ten years RENTAL/TIME SHARE COST INFLATION

TEMPORARY LODGING COST INFLATION PROBABLE FUTURE - bachelor continues its trend of -7% visitors to ski area every winter - general tourism retains its trend of +4% annually

RESIDENCE COST INFLATION

PESSIMISTIC FUTURE - population begins to decline at a rate of 2% per year, the worst population trend in the past ten years

PERMANENT POPULATION GROWTH RATE

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PESSIMISTIC FUTURE - bachelor continues its trend of -7% visitors to ski area every winter - ski season days reduce by 10% annually due to climate change resulting in less snow annually - river levels reduce due to climate change and reduced usability, resulting in -10% recreational visitors every summer - temporary lodging costs continue to increase by +9% annually and total annual visitors reduces proportionally

SITE MAPPING TAKING AN ABSTRACT APPROACH TO SITE ANALYSIS

WINTER AGGREGATION UNITS CAN BE CLUSTERED MORE TIGHTLY IN THE WINTER TO REDUCE HEAT LOSS AND ALLOW EASIER ACCESS BETWEEN UNITS


GENERATIVE WORK (TOP LEFT, CLOCKWISE) INITIAL CONCEPT FOR INTERIOR SPACE, WINTER AGGREGATION, INITIAL CONCEPT OF SITE, EXPLORATION OF FUNCTIONAL EXTERIOR TECHNICAL AXONS (FROM LEFT) MECHANICAL CONNECTION, VERTICAL STACKING, HORIZONTAL CONNECTION

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SMALL FABRICATION LAB AND WORKING SPACE, FULLY OPERATIONAL

LARGE COLLABORATION OR LECTURE SPACE, PARTIALLY CLOSED TO ENABLE MOVEMENT.

SMALL FABRICATION, CLOSED TO ENABLE MOVEMENT. SMALL WORKING SPACE, FULLY OPERATIONAL

HORIZONTAL CONNECTION SYSTEM 3/4” = 1’0”

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CONCRETE BASE TO ENSURE STURDY UNIT STACKING

METAL PANEL SIDING TEMPORARY UNIT

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INTERIOR AXONS (ABOVE) THE WORKING (LEFT) AND LIVING (RIGHT) UNITS, SHOWING THE HOW THEY CAN CHANGE DEPENDING ON CURRENT USER NEEDS BUILDING SECTION DETAILED SECTION (ORIGINALLY 6FT), RENDERED TO SHOW THE STRUCTURAL AND MECHANICAL CONNECTIONS BETWEEN PODS AND TO THE MAIN BUILDING SPINE

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UNIT ELEVATION SHOWING HOW THE MECHANICAL CHASE IS INTEGRATED INTO THE VERTICAL CONNECTION DETAIL

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MARKETTHALL/MARKETPLACE SURROUNDING ROME ARE A RING OF FORTS BUILT DURING WORLD WAR TWO, WHICH HAVE BEEN LEFT LARGELY UNUSED SINCE THEIR CONSTRUCTION. THE MUNICIPALITY OF ROME IS INVESTIGATING WAYS IN WHICH THESE FORTS CAN BE RETROFITTED TO CREATE NEW SPACES OF ACTIVITY AND INTEREST. THE SITE FOR THIS PROJECT IS THE FORTE BRAVETTA, SITUATED TO THE SOUTHWEST OF ROME’S CITY CENTER, ON THE EDGE OF A LARGELY RESIDENTIAL AREA, WHICH HAS NO URBAN CORE. ONE OF THE MOST EXCITING THINGS ABOUT ITALY ARE THE PUBLIC MARKETS. SIMILAR TO A FARMER’S MARKET, ITALY’S MARKETS SELL EVERYTHING FROM FRESH PRODUCE TO CLOTHING. THESE INFORMAL PUBLIC MARKETS OF POP-UP STANDS, SEEMINGLY DISAPPEAR JUST AS SOON AS THEY ARRIVE. THIS EPHEMERAL QUALITY IS WHAT LEAD TO THE CONCEPT OF CREATING A MORE PERMANENT LOCAL MARKET IN THE REUSE OF FORTE BRAVETTA, CREATING A NEW CENTER FOR THE NEIGHBORHOOD WHERE PEOPLE CAN SHOP, EAT, AND BE ENTERTAINED ALL IN ONE PLACE.

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DESIGNCONCEPT

A TRIPARTITE URBAN HUB THE URBAN CENTER AT THE FORTE BRAVETTA CAN BE DIVIDED INTO THREE DISTINCT PARTS: THE MARKET HALL (HOUSING SMALL, PERMANENT STALLS), THE MARKET PLACE (RESUE AND CONTINUATION OF THE BARRACKS TO CREATE RETAIL AND SMALL BUSINESS SPACES) AND THE PIAZZA (TO HOST TEMPORARY MARKETS, PERFORMANCES, FESTIVALS, AND OTHER EVENTS).

MERGING WITH THE EXISTING USING THE EXISTING BARRACK LAYOUT AND CIRCULATION PATHES OF THE FORT AS THE GUIDELINES FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION

NEW OVER OLD DISTINGUISHING NEW FROM OLD BY CREATING A STYLISTIC CHANGE BETWEEN THE PREEXISTING PORTION OF THE FORT AND THE ADDITIONS OF THE SAME FUNCTION.

LIGHT OVER HEAVY BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN THE EARTHBOUND BASE TO THE SKY BY CREATING A TRANSITION FROM HEAVY TO LIGHT.

PERSPECTIVE RENDERINGS STREET ENTRY (TOP), PIAZZA REVEAL (CENTER), MARKET HALL INTERIOR (BOTTOM)


SITE PLAN THE FORT, EXISTING STREETS, AND NEW AND EXISTING LANDSCAPE.

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BARRACKS RENOVATION INVESTIGATION OF LIGHTING CONDITIONS: SUMMER DAYLIGHT (LEFT), WINTER DAYLIGHT (CENTER), AND ELECTRICAL LIGHTING (RIGHT).

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BARRACKS RENOVATION (ABOVE) THE RENOVATION OF THE EXISTING STRUCTURE, SHOWING NEW PAVING OF THE PIAZZA AND POTENTIAL REUSE OPTIONS.

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SITE SECTION (CENTER) EAST/WEST SECTION SHOWING BARRACKS RENOVATION, CLOCK TOWER ENTRYWAY, AND MARKET HALL DESIGN. MARKET HALL STRUCTURAL AXON (RIGHT) MARKET HALL WEST EDGE WALL SECTION (FAR RIGHT)

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3/4” SHEATHING AIR BARRIER 6” RIGID INSULATION MOISTURE BARRIER 2x6 PURLINS (1M OC) ROOF DECKING 3/4“ SHEATHING DRIP EDGE 4x24” FASCIA BOARD SEALANT AND BACKER ROD WINDOW JAMB FLASHING

FINISH FLOOR ASPHALT FELT 3/4” PLYWOOD SUBFLOOR TRIM BOARD FLASHING 2x6 JOISTS (1 M OC) MOISTURE BARRIER

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ENCLOSURESDETAILS COMPLETED DURING FOURTH YEAR OF UNDERGRADUATE SCHOOL ERB MEMORIAL UNION EXPANSION PROJECT (FROM LEFT) 1) WINDOW SILL DETAIL 2) WINDOW HEAD DETAIL 3) CUTOFF AXON THROUGH CANOPY AND TRANSOM 4) CANOPY DETAIL

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TRAVELJOURNAL A COMPILATION OF SKETCHES COMPLETED DURING STUDY ABROAD IN ITALY, SPRING TERM 2014 SELECTED SKETCHES (TOP LEFT PAGE) PARCO DELLA MUSICA (ROMA), GIRAFFA CONTRADA STUDY (SIENA) BAY STUDIES (BOTTOM LEFT PAGE) BASILICA DE SAN LORENZO (FIRENZE), PAZZI CHAPEL (FIRENZE), OSPEDALE DEGLI INNOCENTI (FIRENZE) PIAZZA STUDIES (RIGHT PAGE, CLOCKWISE) PIAZZA MAGGIORE (BOLOGNA), PIAZZA SANTO SPIRITO (FIRENZE), PIAZZA DEL CAMPO (SIENA)

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION “THE GOAL OF ARCHITECTURE IS TO BUILD A BETTER WORLD TO LIVE IN, TO BUILD ARMATURES FOR MEMORY. AND MEMORY IS WHAT PEOPLE VALUE MORE THAN ANY PHYSICAL THING.” WILL BRUDER


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Architecture Portfolio - Jasmine Frei  

Collection of architecture projects and drawings completed during B. Arch education

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Collection of architecture projects and drawings completed during B. Arch education

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