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Julie Randolph Architecture Portfolio

SHAPING SPACES


What we make, makes us. All individuals take part in the development of society. As humans create new technology and surroundings, society is continuously being shaped by these changes. As a structure is built and inhabited, its users are formed and manipulated by the language of the building; directly shaping multiple cultures. As a student of architecture, I have come to realize the power my designs have in shaping user experience. This portfolio illustrates the multiple ways a structure shapes an individual and a culture as a whole.


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Clemson University M. Arch Studio 2 Spring 2012, 5 weeks Individual

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This program involved designing a branch library, located in an emerging and politically challenged area of Atlanta. At roughly 10,000 sq.ft. the single story building is to be designed by programmatic demands and site considerations. Located between Cabbagetown and Reynoldston, this Atlanta Branch Library form is derived from the projection and connection of the roads and views of the surrounding area acting on the site. Incorporating geometry throughout the exterior and interior spaces the building reynoldstown has a direct relationship with the topography. Stacking and site interlocking the interior spaces creates a balance in views and spatial allocation for visitors. A portion of the roof is covered with vegetation, serving as a green roof to the community.

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Site Plan

Plan Key 1. entrance 2. office space 3. restarooms 4. break room 5. librarian’s office 6. mech. Room 7. audio visual room 8. storage

9. kitchenette 10. meeting room 11. computer/data 12. childran stacks 13. information desk 14. periodicals 15. adult stacks

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MU S E UM S p a c e

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Clemson University M. Arch Studio 1 Fall 2011, 4 weeks Individual Enfolding of Time and Space The Studio project calls for a small independent building, which will be a curatorial single-artist gallery at the courtyard of the High Museum in Atlanta. For the purpose of the exhibit space(s) within the gallery, the building is to house 2 pieces by an artist choosen from a list. Focusing on the artist, Katja Strunz, concept of enfolding time and space into the present, the new gallery in the High Museum depicts a whole museum with its pieces or parts as cubes constructing the building. The cubes are staggered throughout the structure and begin to fade away as if they are collapsing into another time dimension. Cubes continue to wrap into the building and to enfold into the courtyard shaping into tables and seating for users of the museum, therefore creating a direct experience and relationship between the users and the structure.

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Architecture

Katja Strunz artwork

High Museum Site

Process solid

subtraction

explosion

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Top Left: site density and circulation Top Right: night rendering Bottom Left: 1st floor plan Bottom Right: 2nd floor plan

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1. entrance portico 2. gallery space 3. seating 4. stairs 5. art display platform 6. woman bath 7. men bath 8. dual entrance elevator 9. second floor gallery space

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Ergonomic Studies of Seating

optical fibers blended w/ fine concrete white aluminum

steel beam insulation air pocket

Wall Detail

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Section 1

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Top Left: hand model at night Top Right: north-east corner entrance Above: south-east facade Bottom Left: 1st floor interior gallery space Bottom Right: 2nd floor interior gallery space

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W E T L A N D S S p a c e s

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Clemson University M.Arch Studio 1 Fall 2011, 3 weeks Individual Nestled between Peachtree St. and Forsyth St. of downtown Atlanta is the project site, Margaret Mitchell Square. The project design challenge is a para-architecture device that will provide shelter/park space to interact with the homeless population. The structure is to not be fully enclosed or weathered, but attempt to integrate the body in sitting and laying positions. Reacting to the natural elements of the site, the structure’s cyclical form repeats in a stacked organization to achieve a continuous piece that links water to land through wetlands. These wetlands are incorporated into the pavilion slits, which collects and filters rain and grey water to then be reused. A space that was initially congested and segregated is transformed into an occupied public space utilizing the natural elements of the weather creating a symbiosis between nature and mankind.

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Architecture

Site Plan

Circulation

Geometry


water

potable rain

Water level is below ground;

roof

through a sand or gravel layer to the bottom of the bed

grey water

black water

vegitation

wetland vegitation wetland substrate treats rain and grey water

filtered water becomes a water feature

treatment wetland sewage

aquifers

Water Web

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irrigation

water soil

mesh base allows water to drain

water fountain

sand & gravel liner

Subsurface Flow Wetland

water retention

filtered water used for irrigation and grey water

Treatment Process in Design

Roof Plan

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PAV I L I O N S p a c e s

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Clemson University M. Arch Studio 1 Fall 2011, 3 weeks Collaborative Original Pavilion The design exercise is to choose an Architectural Pavilion (or ‘Para-architectural’ construction) to analyze and dismantle via producing a model (scaled 1/4” = 1’) to then understand the assemblage, and finally reconstruct a new design, as a reaction from the original. From the Serpentine Gallery, The Red Sun Pavilion, by Jean Nouvel is the chosen pavilion. Evoking a strong sense of emotion, Jean Nouvel’s 2010 Serpentine Pavilion is a structure of intense color utilizing various materials and forms. Central to the notion of play, the design of the pavilion is open and spacious, allowing people to move and interact within the space in multiple ways.

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Interpretation Pavilion The [de]constructed model suggests a forced direction of movement within spaces. The maze-like structure exudes an emotional response of curiosity and perhaps timidity of movement throughout the different spaces. The free-standing vertical wall is repetitive, creating an implied sense of horizontality expressed through the brightly yellow colored pathway. The many layer intrigue the user to continue traveling across the bridging pathway, getting “lost� within the forces of static movement.

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Charleston, SC

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My team’s design response is The Red Cross Box. It is a self-sufficient gadget that assists individuals with health diagnostics and checkups. Located in convenient locations such as convenient stores, gas stations, metro stations and where medical facilities are scarce. Hospitals benefit from the The Red Cross Box as it serves as a filter for unnecessary admissions into the hospital. Practicing real time data the device instantly updates hospital medical RATIO records with the cloud computing system in addition to a smart RATIO phone application showing location and occupancy of the machines; optimizing healthcare delivery.

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Clemson Deisgn Charrette In a school wide design charrette participants are to design an urban gadget dealing with the elements between urban organization and buildings in how they can be shaped by and respond to real time data.

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Clemson University M.Arch Design Charrette Fall 2011, 4 days Collaborative

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Concept Diagrams The BOX connects the hospitals and the communities.

The BOX connects the hospitals and the communities.

A solar energy panel is integrated into the skin of the BOX.

A solar energy panel is integrated into the skin of the BOX.

The BOX utilizes the power transferred from waste heat resouces such as A/C and geothermal heat.

The BOX utilizes the power transferred from waste heat resouces such as A/C

MAP and geothermal heat.

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In this design charrette I generated thezip gadget and population density concept health facilities + red cross box completed design diagrams and 5 29401 7,812 per2 mi graphics. population density health facilities + red cross box 29403zip 4,918 per2 mi 29407

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The BOX works with real time health data based on cloud computing technology The BOX works with real time health data based on cloud computing technology


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/SECTIONS Something as simple as a box can change a society’s health. The Red Cross Box is a self-sufficient gadget that assists individual with health diagnostics and check-ups. Located in convenient locations around Charleston this box can be found in common populated locations such as convenient stores, gas stations, metro stations and more. The versatility of this machine makes it accessible to all kinds and is dispersed in areas for medical facilities are scarce. Hospitals also benefit from the Red Cross Box, it serves as a filter for unnecessary admissions into the hospital. Real time data is implemented into this gadget by instantly updating hospital medical records utilizing the cloud computing system, as well as a smart phone application showing location and occupancy of the machines. Its implentation can assist in the overall optimzation of healthcare delivery.

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HEALTHCARE

Patient Experience Ambulatory Care Kokomo, IN

Purdue University ID Studio 3 Spring 2010, 5 weeks Collaborative The objective of this project is to transform an existing 7,400sq. ft. space into a functional and patient centered specialty healthcare facility. Including four different physician pods, each pod design is inspired by nature’s different landscape reflections and how the patients’ environment reflects on the patients’ care. My role in this project includes designing and rendering the floor plan, creating elevations of the reception desk, nurse clinical area, physicians’ offices and lab. I also created the waiting area perspective rendering and develop the landscape reflections concept for the project and conceptual sketches. Pods Concept Images

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WE 1: Water Use Reduction SS 3: Alternative Transportation MR 1.1: Tenant Space-Long-Term Commitment MR 2: Construction Waste Management MR 3.2: Materials Reuse MR 4: Recycled Content IEQ 4: Low-Emitting Materials IEQ 8: Daylight and Views IDP 2: LEED Accredited Professional

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Reception Desk

Exam Room

Waiting Area

Nurse Clinical Area

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C O R P O R AT E C o d e s Honolulu, HI

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Purdue University ID Studio 4 Fall 2010, 5 weeks Individual The project is to develop an open office plan from an existing core and shell to accommodate a variety of working styles, research a company and select a site for the building through site analysis. Choosing the company Ray-Ban to be located in Honolulu, HI; the company design is inspired by the spectrum of light. A light spectrum’s asymmetrical forms and strokes are mimicked by the structural details in the ceiling through soffits and suspended systems. Through a combination of office systems, collaborative and private spaces, mobile partitions, and dividing storage units at a variety of heights, the spaces are conducive to all employees’ work styles. Fueled by creativity, each department is designed as an open work space divided by private spaces with the ability of collaboration, promoting a variety of work styles. Finally the layout of the facility is designed to maximize day lighting to all employees creating satisfied and efficient employees. The office also meets accessibility and building code requirements.

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Interior

Program Process


Floor Plan

Cafe Bar Seating

Cafe Bard

Reflective Ceiling Plan

Collaborative Area

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S TU D I O M u s i c Indianapolis, IN

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Purdue University ID CGT 321 Spring 2010, 6 weeks Individual Given an existing building shell, the program is to select a business and design the interior utilizing Revit. I designed a music recording studio within a beautiful surrounding landscape. A complete set of construction documents including: floor plan, furniture plan, site plan, section cut, interior and exterior elevations are shown.

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Floor Plan

Interior

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Conference Wet Bar

Recording Studio

East Elevation

Building Section

Bathroom

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SOLAR DECATHLON D e s i g n West Lafayette, IN

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Purdue University Spring and Fall 2011, 1 year Awarded 2nd Place Collaborative As a team member of Purdue University’s Solar Decathlon team, I collaborated with engineers and designers to create an accessible, net-zero home located in the Midwest. The home is a modular design that can be transported and assembled on site. I contributed in modeling the home in Revit and assisting executive floor plan decisions. My role also involved working with material manufactures for material selection and estimations for the home. I also collaborate with engineers to incorporate solar power and HVAC air cleaning devices, such as the Bio/living wall, into the house design. The Biowall is an innovative feature that connects to the HVAC return system to clean air, providing natural indoor filtration. The 20 decathlon homes were displayed in the National Mall at West Potomac Park September 23, 2011 for 2 weeks.

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Kitchen

Kitchen & Dining


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Office

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SOLAR DECATHLON D e s i g n Washington, DC

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Purdue University Spring and Fall 2011, 1 year Awarded 2nd Place Collaborative I participated during the week of the decathlon at the National Mall’s West Potomac Park by staging the INhome, giving tours of the home to the public and served as a team representitive for the architecture jury review. Over the course of two weeks, the INhome was judged by a panel of experts on the architecture, engineering, market appeal, hot-water generation, energy balance, and the ambiance of a dinner party that each house hosted. For the first time, structures were also evaluated according to affordability.

Front Exterior

These are photos of the completed home in Washington, DC, along with samples of graphics I completed for the team.

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Solar

Front Exterior Night


Kitchen & Dining

Bedroom

Office

Graphics

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Back

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JULIE RANDOLPH

julie.randolph88@gmail.com

237G Campus Drive

Central, SC 29630

(260) 437-0576

Education

Graduate Clemson University Clemson, SC Masters of Architecture+Health, Candidate Undergraduate Purdue University West Lafayette, IN Bachelor of Liberal Arts in Interior Design, CIDA accredited program Minor in Anthropology

Skills

Expected Graduation May 2014 Graduated May 2011 Academic Dean’s List & Semester Honors

AutoCAD, Revit, 3DS Max, Sketchup, Rhino, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Mac OSX

Work Experience

Champlin Architecture, Cincinnati, OH June - Aug. 2010-2011 Intern Worked with client for material selection from initial site visits to final presentation Collaborated with designers to develop project concepts & designs to meet client’s needs Created and assembled digital drawings for presentation boards Scheduled meetings & resource updates with sales representatives Purdue University Solar Decathlon Team, West Lafayette, IN Awarded 2nd place Aug. 2010-2011 Assistant Project Interior Designer Published in Architecture Magazine Constructed structural details using building infor mation modeling (BIM) software Collaborated with engineers & designers in making design decisions Learned construction methods through engaging in the construction phase Led house tours to jury and public during the week of the Decathlon in Washington, DC Kilmer & Associates, West Lafayette, IN May 2010 Intern Worked with an Architect on design to remodel and renovate homes


Research Experience

Undergraduate Research on Servicescapes: Healthcare Aug. 2010 - 2011 With Seunghae Lee, Ph.D. Assisted in developing questionnaire tools to collect data from users of local hospitals Collected data through interviews, questionnaires and a field survey at Purdue University Health Center Compiled and coded data to analyze patient’s expectation and satisfaction with facility

Leadership Experience

Graduate Architecture Student Partnership, Committee Member 2011 - Present Serve as a liaison for the student body to the faculty and organized student events Boiler Gold Rush, Team Supervisor & Transfer Team Leader 2007 - 2010 Conducted and evaluated group and individual interviews to select team leaders Facilitated creative team trainings to implement situational leadership skills and good communication Developed and implemented new programs for transfer students from diverse cultural backgrounds American Society of Interior Design, Purdue Chapter Committee Head 2009 - 2011 Arranged socials by conceptualizing beneficial gatherings to improve member involvement

Volunteer Experience

Purdue University Dance Marathon for Riley Children’s Hospital: Promotion Committee Community and campus cleanup, Benefit Walks, Football Concessions stands

Organizations

Institute for Healthcare Improvement Clemson Chapter (IHI) Purdue University chapter of American Society of Interior Design American Society of Interior Design International Interior Design Association

Feb. - Dec. 2010 2007 - 2010

2012 - Present 2007 - 2011 2009 - 2011 2008 - 2011


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Julie Randolph julie.randolph88@gmail.com 237G Campus Dr. Central SC, 29630 (260) 437-0576

Graduate Portfolio  

A collection of Undergraduate Interior Design and Graduate Architecture work

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