Joseph Juliano Undergraduate Portfolio

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The projects illustrated in this portfolio are selected works completed throughout my undergraduate education. They display the process and presentation of innovative ideas using principles used in the architecture field. As the future leaders in Architecture it is our responsibility to raise the bar in integrative design while meeting the sustainable means for tomorrow. With passion comes inspiration and through inspiration anything is possible.


Architecture 685 University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Fall 2011 -Studies in Building Typology

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Building Enclosure

Architecture 420 University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Spring 2011 -Architectural Design II

Aquatic Center

Architecture 410 University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Fall 2010 -Architectural Design I

Dormitory

Architecture 420 University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Spring 2011 - Architectural Design II

Library

Architecture 205 University of Illinois - Chicago Fall 2009 -Building Design I

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Building Enclosure

Similar to how the skin encloses our bodies, the enclosure of a building has many purposes. The exterior layer encloses, protects, and contains that which is within. Helping maintain correct temperature and fluid balance along with conforming rigid structure, the enclosing layer is the most visible expression on the outside of the atmosphere within. It is the surface reality from where we may read and speculate upon the interior and the intentional reality of the building as a whole.


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The building emphasizes its structure as it is the keystone to the square block. As nothing except structure is allowed to even touch the columns, even the adjacent windows to the columns frame them as they release up into the sky. Expressing a bold presence on Congress Drive in Chicago IL, the bowing presence lets tenants peer out their window to look upon Lake Michigan.


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Designing a public indoor aquatic facility has many obstacles to overcome. Proper ventilation is a key aspect aside from proper hygiene issues dealing with the exchange of the spectators versus swimmers. The swimming pool converges at a cross-section of a triangular site making a difficult compromise between the pool and the public. The swimming pool engulfs the community like a wave. The building tapers inward as the depth of the pool lowers and vice versa. This connects the facility to the site as spectators can watch from inside the facility or outside. Translucent windows are available to everyone including the public, the spectators, and the swimmers.


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Converging earth to sky, people travel a transcending path throughout the facility. The circulation paths are unique. The swimmer gains access to the pool through a continuous ramp spiraling around the building releasing into the pool deck as the spectator gains access through a path which allows visual access of the pool underwater in-between both the lap lane pool and the diving well.

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These buildings are rooted into the ground as the front of each building is at one level and the other sides open up to courtyards on another level further attaching the building into the site. Here in these grass fields the students listen, learn, and live with one another on campus. The concept with the dormitory is the idea of using multiple routes throughout campus. Studying several other campuses lead to this idea. If one is ahead of schedule in their daily routine then they may allow themselves to take the scenic route; whereas if that person is late for a class they can take the direct route and get there swiftly.

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Serving the immediate community around, this is a location for finding useful information, browsing, working on homework, listening to music and lectures, and even looking at exhibits and films. Designing a library offers special architectural opportunities. With few exceptions, the spaces are not to be compartmentalized. The enjoyment of the library will be enhanced if the facilities are open and accessible. With the constructivism approach separating the block unit into two rationed blocks and converging the two perpendicularly creates the form of the building shown. Similar to a knife through butter, the smaller block slices with ease though the heavy unit.


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Using a nodal organization through a constructivist approach the library offers many complimentary spaces. As the bright light highlights the eastern faรงade, the neighborhood cannot help but be attracted to it. With light pouring into the general library, knowledge echoes about the facility promoting health and education. With overlapping balconies, a strong presence of light is generated in the middle section.


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The VOID building (Vascular Operational Integrated Dwelling) assists the public who use the beach just east of the site. The main concern with designing a skyscraper on Lake Shore Drive in Chicago, Illinois is the casting of shadows on North Avenue Beach. The design mediates this with a tall translucent building that is full of large openings where natural light can pass through and proceed onto the shore. This limits the shadows and provides more sun unlike its neighboring buildings. Creating a patterned effect is not just seen on the beach, but also on the context around by using contour lines and shapes. The voids presented are geometric shapes extracted out of the building using subtraction, carving, and fusing based on a primary set of rules. The structure within the voids is not meant to be hidden; however, it is meant to be presented as a forest of columns. The voids provide views with varying perspectives of the city and the lakefront. These social settings present a new intricate building to the Chicago skyline.


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Employment

University Architects & Planning at UWM, Facility Designer - Taught Architect Assistants’ daily responcibilities. - Supervised work of Architect Assistants - Assisted at client meetings.

May 2012 - August 2012

University Architects & Planning at UWM, Architect Assistant January 2011 - May 2012 - Worked heavily on renovation of Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital for UWM. (Added 1/3 to campus size) - Collected information, field data, assisted in project analysis and budget options. - Developed and implemented remodeling ideas and renovations for projects using 3D Modeling. - Consistently coordinated on-site meetings with campus personnel. - Maintained campus building drawings, web information, and architectural reference materials. - Created and updated campus building floor plans, room numbers, and square footage listings. - Maintained campus space inventory records and prepared reports and presentations for projects.

Wood Dale Park District, Camp Counselor May 2008 - August 2010 - Worked with other coworkers in preparing and implementing lessons and activities for the children. - Daily supervised and instructed children of all ages. - Provided feedback to parents about their children.

Experience

Programs - Revit Architecture 2012 - Adobe Indesign cs4 - Adobe Illustrator cs4 - Rhinoceros

- Autocad 2011 - Adobe Photoshop cs4 - Google Sketchup 7 Pro - Microsoft Office Suite

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Achievements

Mayes Architects, Internship, Oakbrook IL 2008 - Created presentations. - Created hand drawn plans, elevations, and room configurations. - Created hand renderings of building facades in relation to their material. Objective: American Architectural Foundation (AAF), Washington DC 2008 To obtain an architecture position in a design firm - Received an Honorable Mention in ‘Redesign your School Contest.’ where I can contribute my interpersonal skills and - Received Certificate of Achievement in Recognition of Exemplary Design Work. leadership abilities, as well as gain valuable - Nationwide Contest. experience.

Extracurricular

Currently in process of LEED Certification Member of ArCulture Program at UWM Member of MentArch Program at UWM Member of AIAS Member of Zeta Psi Fraternity of North America Inc. Certified in CPR, AED, and First Aid Active Participant with UWM Adventure Center UIC RA Assistant / Floor Leader Received RA position at UWM Dorm Peer Mentor for incoming students Attended UWM Leadership Retreat

Present 2011 - 2012 2011 - 2012 2008 - 2012 2009 - 2012 2009 - 2012 2008 - 2012 2009 - 2010 2009 2008 - 2009 2008

Education: University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Bachelor of Science, Architectural Studies, 2012 Certificate in Urban Planning, 2012

Future Aspirations: LEED AP Obtain Architect License Contact Info:

H: 630.595.4448 C: 630.408.9016 E: jjuliano99@gmail.com A: 175 Spring Oaks Dr. Wood Dale, IL 60191



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