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Jessica Lana Miller

RepairLab: Empowering a Culture of Adaptive Reuse in Pioneer Square’s SInking Ship Graduate Thesis, Fall Quarter 2009: Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA University of Washington - Department of Architecture

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Jessica Lana Miller Design Competition: Summer 2009: Team Project

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Bridging Shanghai: Global Market | Local Exchange Winter Quarter 2009: 504 Studio - 2010 World Expo, Shanghai, China University of Washington - Department of Architecture


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Magnuson Park Event Center: The Rat City Rollergirls & The Friends of the Library Winter Quarter 2008: 501 Studio - Magnuson Park, Seattle, WA U of Washington - Dept. of Architecture


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JESSICA LANA MILLER Section: 1. Envelope Detail the design proposal re-uses the existing hay barn, sited in an ideal entry location near the road 2. Working Yard in the most disturbed area of the site.3.the barnLane for the youngest calves and mothers also houses truck the human program areas and slips behind exisiting barn creating a working yard. the two 4. FeedtheLane oldest groups are located accross a saddle a bridge and connected together with vechile 5. FreebyStalls lanes in between. All the buildings are6.located Heifer low Playenough Area to be sheltered from the heavy wind, yet high enough to encourage the low7.areas to be seasonally wet. the buildings are also sited Stack-driven Ventilation so that all the cows have direct access a play yard turbine and the Vents older ones to the pasture. 8. to Wind-driven 9. Fresh Air intake the cow waste is scraped into a conduit andAir collected 10. used Exhaustfor the generation of energy, compost, and fertilizer. the conduit11. consists a pre-cast concrete section that serves Waste of Collection as structure below the truck lane, allowing the remaining foundation to be a relatively minimal. the structure sits on the site nestled carefully into the topography, avoiding natural drainage paths, and displacing a minimal amount of soil.

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the strong vertical form of the building reflects the need for a solid natural ventilation strategy for adequately providing fresh air and cooling for the heifers under any climatic conditions. the roof form folds in a modified hip and truncates over their tributary ventilated area and reaches upward into vertical stacks over the truck lane, encouraging SECtiON fresh air to move past the cows and collect where the pollution is greatest. the 1:100 stacks 0 collect the warm used air and culminate with wind-driven ventilators2 to 1 omni-directional assist the stack effect. these ventilators spin even under very slow wind speeds and their 9 shaped the landscape.6the motion acts as a constant reminder of the powerful forces that repetitive verticality of 5 the form of the stacks acts like a flood marker, creating a datum against which the character of the rolling hills can clearly be read. the industrial character is softened by the use of texture and materials. thin repetitive vertical corrugations allude to the tall grasses that once graced the hills. the translucent fiberglass and opaque galvanized steel corrugated panels overlap reminiscent of the mats covering the long teepees of the nomadic tribes of the region. the interior volumes are formed with modern glue-lam heavy timber and illuminated by the textured translucent fiberglass. All the materials are chosen for their mottled linear striations, their ability to age gracefully, their economy and common use in agricultural buildings, and their ability to be easily repaired and replaced by the farmer in the future.

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Palouse Heifer Barn for Washington State University with Glenn Murcutt Spring Quarter 2008: 502 Studio - WSU Dairy Farm near Pullman, WA University of Washington - Department of Architecture

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Northwest College of the Technical Arts: School of Clay and Glass Fall Quarter 2007: 500 Studio - Pike/Pine Corridor, Seattle, WA University of Washington - Department of Architecture

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Flaminio Market & Center for Slow Food International Fall Quarter 2008: Architecture in Rome Program - Rome, Italy University of Washington - Department of Architecture


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Digital Fabrication Studies Winter Quarter 2009 University of Washington - Department of Architecture


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Nomadic Plywood Stool Winter Quarter 2008: 501 Studio University of Washington - Department of Architecture

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Concrete & Steel Connection Study Spring Quarter 2009 - Group Project University of Washington - Department of Architecture


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New Concrete Block Fall Quarter 2007 - Group Project University of Washington - Department of Architecture

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