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ARCHITECTURE

JILLIAN LODOR


CONTENTS ARTISAN WORKSPACE

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URBAN SHELTER

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PERFORMANCE PARK

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INTERNATIONAL YOUTH HOSTILE

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URBAN SANCTUARY

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FACADE STUDY

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ANNEX CONNECTOR

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NAULT ARCHITECTS INC. INTERNSHIP

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PERFORMANCE PAVILION

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TEXTILE TRANSFORMATION

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ARTISAN WORKSPACE

Spring 2012_Freshmen Year 288 Hanover Street, Boston, MA The artisan workspace was focused on the type of work and life style a professional photographer leads. It is a space that can embody and nourish the creative collaboration of the new and the preexisting. The very traditional Italian North End area intervention allows interaction through the implementation of art spanning generational age groups.

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URBAN SHELTER

Fall 2012_Sophomore Year Dartmouth and Newbury Street, Boston, MA The objective for this urban shelter was to manipulate a form to provide a shelter from the elements, while promoting interaction between the public seeking a comfortable and unique place to rest. This modular form used natural shapes to create multi-faceted spaces within its suggestive rotating features, allowing the public to use the modular system in ways that suit them best.

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PERFORMANCE PARK

Fall 2012_Sophomore Year Dartmouth and Newbury Street, Boston, MA The focus of this project was to promote public utility spaces providing private areas for intimate conversations as well as exposed spaces better suited for public conversations and expressive performances. The relationship between private and public spaces is apparent in the separation of the forms, allowing the user(s) to selectively occupy and use either space they choose.

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INTERNATIONAL YOUTH HOSTILE

Fall 2012_Sophomore Year Dartmouth and Newbury Street, Boston, MA The international youth hostile seeks to bring various cultures together by creating an atmosphere for interaction while offering a unique sleeping experience. This is accomplished through the use of private spaces that provide a visual connection with the public areas below. The hostile allows one to make a connection with the city surroundings while promoting social connections with other occupants.

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URBAN SANCTUARY

Spring 2013_Sophomore Year South End Burial Ground, Boston, MA Light is a powerful medium that can be utilized and manipulated to promote conceptual ideas. The sanctuary and column barium attempts to use this approach to bring a spiritual experience to those passing through the building by providing a visually calming environment conducive to self-reflection and introspection.

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FACADE STUDY

Spring 2013_Sophomore Year Yale University, New Haven, CT With Chris Drinan and Patricia Rizzo

The unique façade of the Beinecke Library was examined to fully understand the building envelope, allowing the generation of a scaled model. Through a collaborative effort, a representation of the library was implemented through the choice of materials and assembly. What was conceptually important to show in the model was the central bookcase and the structural suggestions of the granite “crosses”.

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ANNEX CONNECTOR

Spring 2013_Sophomore Year Annunciation Road, Boston, MA The Annex connector provided cross-cultural interaction between the Wentworth and adjacent public communities through collaboration of the creative and educational processes. The primary focus of the functional space was to unify the campus student population within a social environment by promoting creative, responsive, and collaborative pursuits between different degree programs.

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NAULT ARCHITECTS INC. INTERNSHIP

Summer 2013 Lenox, MA I modified the layout of a residential unit that had encountered severe fire damage by utilizing existing drawing sets. Several layout alternatives were generated after gaining an understanding the demolition plan and listening to the needs and the wants of the occupants for the finished space.

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Summer 2013 Gardner, MA A residential apartment was suffering with a water leak in specific areas of the space. An assessment of the windows and roof were performed and the information was translated into drawings to convey the issues at hand to the contractor. Evaluation of the problem led the contractor to remove the improperly sealed windows and replace them.

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Summer 2013 Westfield, MA In the Westfield Housing area several community and residential buildings, spanning multiple sites, needed window and door replacements to improve the energy efficiency of the units while maintaining their original design intent. Elevation drawings were done to clearly identify which windows and doors were subject to replacement for each of the buildings.

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PERFORMANCE PAVILION

Fall 2013_Junior Year Cambridge Public Library, Cambridge, MA This interactive performance pavilion serves multiple functions through natural space that provides unique viewing experiences from the perspective of both the performers and the audience. Assembled panels create a variety of accessible thresholds that can be easily disassembled to create a variety of practical spaces to accommodate different functions tied to seasonal themes and holidays. The space is also defined by platforms leading to the performance space below.

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TEXTILE TRANSFORMATION

Fall 2013_Junior Year This design was derived by combining natural and conceived forms to create an alternating pattern showcasing the characteristics of each. The chain link fence pattern was translated to the panel configuration and ultimately the textile was further abstracted into a lampshade, a practical object anyone can relate to.

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