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julie riley_portfolio: 2009-2013 undergraduate


Julie Riley// http://cargocollective.com/julieriley Rileyj1430@gmail.com

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\\contents

. Bosnia and Herzegovina Cultural Forum chi . A. Ailey Theater . bbq: Milan, Italy . union . maps_ atmosphere . rendering_ digital/hand

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\\Bosnia and Herzegovina Cultural Forum

“

It’s mostly the facades that have been improved... the front is rebuilt but, but not the inside �

-Nenad Basic

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chi


+ The Bosnian and Herzegovina Cultural Forum’s mission is to provide a space of neutral judgement where Bosnian’s as well as non-Bosnian’s can embrace, reflect, heal and move toward the future of their culture and it’s people.

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Chicago,IL

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Bosnia & Herzegovina


Bosnia and Herzegovina: post war state

Republika Srpska Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Other

Bosnian & Herzegovinan Ethnic Population: * Note percentages are pre-war [1991-1995]; to date there is no ofďŹ cial record of the

population

(new census is scheduled for January 2014)

.Bosniak_Muslim: 48% .Serb_Orthodox

Christian:

.Croats_Roman

Catholic:

38% 15% 7


\\ site:

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Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies/Krueck & Sexton Architects 610 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60605


b

b

e washington st.

+ ma maggie ggi gi da dal aley park pa rk k b b

+ clou ud gate e

e madison st. b

b

e monroe st. b

b

+ AIC C

+ bu butler r fi fie eld d

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n lake shore dr.

+ ha arris rri ri th t heat eater r + chicag c cago ya y cht ch c ub cl b

e adams st.

b b

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bl d b j c on blvd. e jacks

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+ bu b ckin ckingham gham gha fou fo untian an e van buren st.

t

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b b

. e congress pkwy.

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s on st. ison h e harris

+ monroe har ha bor

e balbo ave.

st th st. l plymou s plymouth

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+ fi f elds elds s

b

+ fi iel elds ds e 9th st.

b

s lake shore dr.

e 8th st.

e 11th st.

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+ fi fields elds

s columbus dr.

. s michigan ave.

b

s wabash ave.

b

s state st.

b

s clark st.

st lle st. l s lasalle

polk st. w p

miles + bus t + train

+ met metro + site s + pa path

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\\ concept:

study of religions/objects

. Catholic

. Muslim

. Serbian Orthodox 10


+ 4/5 abandoned Yugoslavian monuments commissioned by former Yugoslavian President Josip Broz Tito [1960’s - 1970’s]

+ The above monuments act as objects in the landscape, utilizing there scale/mass to impose upon the collective subjects, instilling a hierarchy over the individual that silences the masses. Allowing for the collective body to reflected upon modernity’s hopes/unrealized utopian dreams of the future. Though they hold no meaning to the former body of Yugoslavia, these monuments serve as a case study for the Bosnian & Herzegovina Cultural Forum in the relationships they explore; object – subject, collective vs. individual memory. 11


looking up: Bosnain & Herzegovinan cultural forum 12


+ The Bosnian Cultural Forum’s service to the Bosnian community is to provide a center of unity, reflection and base for which the culture’s diverse ethnic groups can look to the future for their country and its culture. Unity between the culture groups will be found in the cultural similarity’s and overlap of tradition, these areas of unification will be pronounced in the program and provide areas of assimilation. Resulting in enlightenment of human spirit, and culture.

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\\Bosnia and Herzegovina Cultural Forum

chi

. shell . slabs

. structure

. crack

. volumes

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.fa .f aรงad de: 610 0 South South th Michigan Michi higan Avenue, Avenue Av e, Chicago, Chic ica ago, , IL IL 60605 60 060 605 .faรงade:

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.entry/lobby: open atrium and ramps above

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. shell

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. slabs

. structure

. crack

. volumes


Forum: a medium of open discussion or expression of ideas

3 atmosphere

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memory

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data

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1. data:

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factual information (as measurements or statistics) used as a basis for reasoning, discussion, or calculation output by a sensing device or organ that includes both useful and irrelevant or redundant information and must be processed to be meaningful


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2. memory:

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the power or process of reproducing or recalling what has been learned and retained especially through associative mechanisms


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3. atmosphere:

the air of a locality; an intriguing or singular tone, effect, or appeal 25


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4.

digital library, lounge, exhibit

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digital library

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7.

exhibit, post war reflection

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reflection, names images

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10.

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lecture, lounge

mechanical, storage

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\\A. Ailey Theater

â&#x20AC;&#x153; Dance is for everybody. I believe that the dance came from the people and that is should always be delivered back to the people.

â&#x20AC;?

- Alvin Ailey

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\\ site:

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Germantown Friends School/ Bohlin Cywinski Jackson 31 West Coulter St, Philadelphia, PA 19144


West Schoolhouse Lane

Greene Street

existing fieldhouse

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\\ concept:

form, light, and material.

+ Bil Donovan water colors of Alvin Aileyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s dancers [2010-2011]

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+ roof

+ wood theater interior

+ catwalk

+ mullions

+ glass interior

+ base

+ The form of the theater, two folds, rids the theater of the typical hierarchical relationship between viewer, and spectacle. Rendering an interdepend relationship between the viewer and performer, elevating it from the singular realm of the visual to the political. As the floor rolls up to frame the stage and becomes the ceiling of the floor above and frame the lobby below. The singular surface, unifying the social (the viewer) and the spectacle (the performer). 37


+ no. 1

+ lobby

s rm. + women’ set + coat clo g + seatin + no. 2

rm. + men’s rs + janito closet

ence + confer

ng + dressi rm.2

ng + dressi rm.1

s + women’

+ men’s

+ office

rm + green

+ no. 3

ical rm. + mechan

+ stage

up

up

ge + back sta p + work sho

p + work sho

+ floor 1 38 3 8


.lobby: ticket, waiting area

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+ no. 2: view to stage

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+ no. 3: view from stage

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e + terrac

+ bar

+ no.5

g + seatin + no.6

below + open to

down

down

lk + cat wa

+ floor 2 44

lk + cat wa


.bar: drinks, waiting area

.catwalk: view into theater 45


upper level seating terrace bar

lower level seating

+ section 46

lobby


catwalk

back stage

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\\bbq: Milan, Italy

â&#x20AC;&#x153;

It is the city of mirrors, the city of mirages, at once solid and liquid, at once air and stone.â&#x20AC;?

-Erica Jong

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BBO . chicken

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. beef

. shrimp

. veggie

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\\ site:

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Via Dante & Via Rovello, 20121 Milan, Italy


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Piazza del Duomo, Milan, Italy site high traffic metro t

tram

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bbq 1

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SHOPPING

RECREATION

1 max & co.

1 hotel palace secrets

1 piccolo teatro grassi

2 eclipse ltd.

2 london hotel

2 duomo

3 musto

3 hotel julius caesar

3 castello sforzesco

4 swarovski crystal

4 antica locanda

boutique dante

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HOTELS

dei mercanti


+ Location: BBQ is located along the main pedestrian route from Piazza del Duomo and Castello Sforzesco. The area demographic includes the following: tourists, bankers, wealthy young business workers, consumers, and students. Peak population hours are morning, midafternoon and late evening. The location of BBQ can be reached by tram, metro or foot.

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\\ concept:

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mood board/study of ionic language


+ ceiling

+ signage

+ exterior ďŹ ns

+ interior ďŹ ns

+ BBQ acts as the agent between the Milanese fabric of the Piazza del Duomo and the multicultural population of Milan. The shop operates beyond simply serving food by creating an iconic language that attempts to eliminate the political and linguistics barriers between customers and employees. The repetition in form and use of translucent panels creates an atmosphere in which the customers is removed from its locality and transcends into a space where icons dissolve the formal language.

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+ sidewalk

+ back of the house

+ register

+ chef station/grill

+ clip/food pick up station

+ cone/order

+ means of egress

+ floor 1 56


+ entry 1

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\\ devices:

BBQâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s iconic language

X

+ menu cone

BBO BBO + pencil

+ The devices within BBQ subscribe to the same iconic language framed by the formal exterior extension of the shop. The cone serves as the menu/ordering system and the container for the customer. Inscribed with the icons of the protein and side options available for each skewer. The cone not only acts as a menu but as the carrying device and napkin for the skewer; it can be pushed open to allow the skewer to slide through the hole at the bottom. Surpassing the typical function of the menu or utensils to become a new form or icon of consuming. 62


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BBO

1. clip:

2. push:

3. cone:

4. bbq:

without cone

handle to hold cone

clip holding cone

cone with cooked skewer

+ clip

+ The second device in the shop is the cone clip and peg located at the grill stations. It allows for the customer to have an active role in the assemblage of the skewer. The customer assumes this role by placing the cone in a clip at their respective choice of protein station (icons above each station indicate the protein). The cone, inscribed with the order of the customer, is displayed so the employee at the station can read the order. Once the order is completed the cone is popped open and the skewer(s) are slipped through the whole at the bottom then placed on the peg displaying the name of the customer and the food. Indicating the order is complete, as well as serving as an icon of the BBQ and its product.

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workers fluxes

Legend grill specialists cashier runner prep workers

customers fluxes

Legend customer before paying customer after paying

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\\union

â&#x20AC;&#x153;

The hospitality of the wigwam is only limited by the institution of war. â&#x20AC;&#x153;

- Charles Eastman

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\\ site:

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office park, philadelphia airport


.grass .existing bldg .pavers . pedestrian walkway

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\\ concept:

study of forms: traditional structure of the Lenape Indianâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

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+ The formal language of the project is a result of the tension between from the existing buildings vs. the penetrating structure of the wigwam; a simple structure used in common housing of the Lenape Indians whom previously inhabited the site. The vis-a-vis relationship: existing vs. the erasure, is explored through the penetration of the historically iconic. Meaning the penetration of the â&#x20AC;&#x153;new {referentially old}â&#x20AC;? into the existing building allows for the erasure of the previous box form, and engenders meaning/ history; via the structures reference to the wigwam (Lenape Indians Culture). This allows for the experience to surpass that of just consumer or employee banking but rather a phenomenological experience. 71


+ floor 1 72


.lobby: waiting area

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+ conference room

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+ open office

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open office

break room deck

elevated walkway

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restrooms

hall separating customer and employee

lobby

conference room

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\\maps_ atmosphere

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Maps: . venus

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+ The Th he Venus Ve V en en nu us is s posed posed osed d as as a portrait port po rt tra rait t but but t aware awa ware re of of the th he viewvi v ie ew w wer; er e r; caught ca c aug ght ht in in a moment mo ome ment of of vanity vani va nity ity y the th he e painter pa ai int nter er contrasts con ontr tras as sts ts the the he goddess go g od dd de es ss herself he h er er rs s se elf and el and the an t e attraction th attr at tr ractio tion of of the the viewer. th view vi ewer r. She She beSh be ecomes c co om me es the the representation th repr re pres esenta tati tion ti on of of herself; h rsel he rs sel lf; f; Venus Ven enu us s and and nd the th he e ideal ideal deal de b be au auty ut ty y of of the th t he voyeur. v ye vo eur ur. beauty

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\\rendering_digital, hand

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Digital: . bedroom 1 . livingroom . restaurant 1 . mountain house . restaurant 2_banq

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Hand: . furniture series . floating box . concept space no. 1

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\\Bedroom \\Bedroom 1

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\\Livingroom \ \ L i v i n g r o om

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\\Restaurant \ \ R e s t a u r a nt 1

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\\Mountian \\Mountian house house

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\\Restaurant \\Restaurant 2: 2: BANQ BANQ

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\\rendering_hand

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hand: . furniture series . floating box . concept space no. 1

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. concept space 103


\\furniture series

+ Eames molded plastic armchair: Charles & Ray Eames \\ water color & ink

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+ Barcelona chair: Mies van der Rohe & Lilly Reich \\prisma color marker & ink

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+ section

+ Louis Ghost Chair: Philippe Starck \\water color & pencil

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+ Tolomeo Mega Floor Lamp: Michele De Lucchi& Giancarlo Fassina \\prima color marker & ink

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\\floating box

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\\concept space no.1

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