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Justine Humble-GALLEGOS architecture + design


justine humble-gallegos justinehumble.com justinehumble@gmail.com 505-503-9716 san francisco, ca

work experience

CCA [SF, CA] Student Teaching Assistant Design Media 2 Professors: Clayton Muhleman + Collin McCrone (Aug 2017-Dec 2017) CCA [SF, CA] Student Teaching Assistant Design Media Professor: Adam Marcus + Clayton Muhleman (Jan 2017-May 2017) Harwood Art Center [ABQ, NM] Interim Programs Coordinator (Jul 2017-Aug 2017) Scheduled Art Classes for the 2017 Fall Calendar CCA [SF, CA] Student Teaching Assistant Design Media and Studio 1 Professor: Clark Thenhaus (Aug 2016- Dec 2016) Humble Homes Freelance Designer (May 2013- Present) Designed residential homes and remodels for father’s architectural firm Harwood Art Center [ABQ, NM] Interim Director of Administrative Services (May 2015- Aug 2015) Administrative work, marketing, gallery curation, and management. Studio Beccone Architecture + Design Designer (May 2013- Jun 2015) Freelance Design Consultant [ABQ, NM] Interior design, fabrication, and installation of Ajiaco Bistro [Jun 2014 -Oct 2014]

education

California College of the Arts (CCA), San Francisco, CA Masters of Architecture Candidate (2015 - present) University of New Mexico (UNM), Albuquerque, NM Bachelors of Arts in Architecture (2009 - 2014)

volunteer experience

Local Innovations Conference [ABQ, NM] Conference Chair (May 2014) The local innovations conference was designated to showcase local designers, artists, etc. American Institute of Architecture Students UNM Chapter President (May 2013-May 2014) American Institute of Architecture Students UNM Chapter Secretary (May 2012- May 2013)

National Architectural Accreditation Board Visiting Team (April 2013) Bucerias Bilingual Community Center [Bucerias, MX] Student Volunteer, Summer Youth Program Co-Director (2008-2011)

skills

Photoshop Illustrator InDesign After Effects Rhinoceros 3d Grasshopper Vray Auto Cad Concrete Casting Woodworking 3d Printing

honors

Masters of Architecture Mid-Program Review Achievement Nomination (Spring 2017) Workshop with Jimenez Lai at SFMoma (Mar 14, 2017) Built a large scale model and drawings Recipient of Kaz Baba Travel Memorial Fellowship (May 2016) Studied the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain. Produced a hand drawn series Architectural Installation ‘Residual Form’ selected as permanent piece for George Pearl Hall at UNM

selected work


a sneak peek:extimate adjacencies

CCA /Advisors: Thom Faulders +Chris Faillers/ Intimate and extimate architecture situate ourselves into a culture of curated identities. If intimate is that of our rooms where we are who we are as no one is looking, then the extimate is that of who we are as our neighbor(s) are looking; it is the costumes, alter egos, #filters, and multiple identities. In a culture of constant identity curation we have prepared ourselves for an investigation through our relationship of self through the voyeuristic gaze. This intimacy/extimacy duality is defined by our self expression of layered surfaces, patterns, keepsakes, and architectural boundaries of the inside. This thesis relies upon norms and their deviants to create an alternative vocabulary which allows for multiple embedded identities to exist between the boundaries separating neighbors and roommates. While our current understandings of interiority and exteriority do not reflect our non-binary internal and external selves, this thesis aims to delaminate, distort, unfold, and pull out interior behaviors into an extimate setting by exposing the prescribed narratives of the home.


conversations with roommates

typologies

[nestling w/ neighbors]

typologies

[nestling w/ neighbors]

“i get by with a little help from my friends”

“i get by with a little help from my friends”


outside in

CCA /Professor: Lorena del Rio The playground design took into consideration aspects of play in the form of a tunnel aggregated into modules with different and specific interiors. This type of play was related to immersion through materials of the inside. The modules, keeping one key aspect through each were then able to change height, length in width.

Playground Fabrication Details 1/4” Dowel 3/4” CNC milled corner douglas fir ply

3/4” CNC milled panel

douglas fir ply

Fabricated playground photograph

collection of tactics hide and seek

levels of perception

portal from one to another

balance game

Rituals of a catholic school 2pm

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8am textures with ritual


Playground site plan

Playground Perspective


outside in

CCA /Professor: Lorena del Rio The playground design took into consideration aspects of play in the form of a tunnel aggregated into modules with different and specific interiors. This type of play was related to immersion through materials of the inside. The modules, keeping one key aspect through each were then able to change height, length in width.

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circulation

exterior/interior relationship


aquatic accumulation

w g e o r g i a c a m e CCA /Professor:

Margaret Ikeda + Evan Jones/ The geological faros of the Maldives create naturally protected barriers

and ecosystems that extend beyond the boundary of the island itself. There are a series of protective layers extending from the edge of the island shore. These include mangroves which act as shock absorbers for the island community, sea grass which provides a rich breeding and feeding ground for the fish, and varying layers of coral which provide protection and growth for other species that exist within the ocean. This project aims to harness existing systems while cultivating new resilient formations and surfaces.

ecological accumulation diagram

housing unit plans

Unit Plan Scale 1/4” = 1’-0”

HOUSING CLUSTER PLAN 1/8”=1’-0”

site plan + coral reefs


hull detail

exploded axon

integrated section

compression ring detail

walkway detail


after william morris

CCA /Professor: Adam Marcus/ T e x t i l e s ,

patterns, and wallpaper focus to the recognition of a seamless surface. A surface that when applied alludes to a continuity. In the case of William Morris this seamless surface was to condition a space into an immersion of being amongst the leaves, petals, and steams. This role of the wallpaper was to take its occupants from one world to another imaginative realm. William Morris created these patterns of foliage to create a continuity and connectedness between all people. Because the flowers and leaves were relatable to all, the surface of the wallpaper became a social construct in which its intention was to not be exclusively understood by one population. After William Morris is a project on the logic of standardization and subtle variability. It takes the logic derived from William Morris’ wallpaper Wey and applies it in a contemporary context. The hatch patterns in this particular wallpaper created different types of flowers, stems, and leaves. By categorizing them into specific identities the wallpaper focuses on the distortion of these hatches to create a new language.


ornamental bipolarity

w haonan jia, jinda guo

CCA /Professor: Adam Marcus/ O r n a m e n t a t i o n d o e s n o t n e e d t o b e p r i m a r i l y e x t e r i o r

focused, it should be double-sided. Today, ornamentation is predominantly outward facing. Architects condition the facade while ignoring the intimacy of the interior. Ornament should penetrate to the inside and interface with the unique human scale of the interior. Ornamental interiority can provide not only a visual complexity but instigate tactile and material curiosity. Ornamental Bipolarity is to transcend ornamentation as mere decoration, to connect it with the scale of the human body with its relationship to inside and out.

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the refuge

CCA /Professor: Antje Steinmuller/ T h e h o u s i n g p r o j e c t f o c u s e s o n the Syrian refugee crisis, the aim is to provide temporary housing in the bay area to give access to various amenities to a population that is currently in need. The overall concept of this project is to delay the threshold boundaries from one location to the next due to the many traumatic experiences already faced by this population. The circulation acts as a type of slowed journey. The proposed building delays the processional experience so boundaries from one condition are not so immediate. The living spaces and kitchens have been pushed out of the units to create momentary pauses on the path of circulation and to create the support that comes from a collective identity.

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physical study models

sharing units


decomposition of a cube

CCA /Professor: Adam

Marcus/ T h r o u g h t h e p r o c e s s o f i t e r a t i o n t h e m a i n p u r p o s e w a s t o l o o k a t f o r m s o f decomposition. As each segment deteriorated the cube, the interior complexity changed in a very unique way. After one form was established for a performance space it was important that the decomposition create an atmosphere that was specific to the exclusivity of a performance.

iterations of a cube


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CCA /Professor: Jason Johnon/ T h e m a i n i n t e n t o f t h e I / O C e n t e r f o r t h e P e r f o r m i n g Arts is that what was once private gets pulled out to the public urban context. The three performance spaces engage with the ground, the occupants at the Ace Hotel, and the adjacent rooftop bar. The performer has the ability to project themselves towards the audience of the interior or to the audience of the exterior of the building. The stages are all located on floors within the building that are open to the exterior but are enclosed with a fixed steel curtain. The curtain reveals the stages and separates the locations in which the performer would occupy.

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ACCUMULATION OF a CLOUD

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totem pole

CCA /Professor: Andrew Kudless/ T h e o v e r a l l p r o j e c t w a s c r e a t e d in four materials and techniques of fabrication. When making and designing it was important that each new layer respected the material and technique of the segment below. The connections of each layer and the in between were the driving force for this project. With discovering the narrative, the focus was to define a landscape that provides connection to water as it is collected at the top to the way it dematerializes the concrete in the bottom composition.

vignette of parts

exploded axon of parts

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physical model 5’6� tall


confessional

UNM /Professor: Jorge Colon/ T h e i n t e r v e n t i o n i s i n t e n d e d a s a meditative journey thats form is based on the human body. Various nooks and crannies along the path allow the participants to sit, lean, and hold onto the architecture for contemplation and reflection to occur.

processional section diagram


residual form

w alaa quraishi and carlos sabogal/unm/

p r o f e s s o r : k i m a w a k e f i e l d / The colored pencils are movable and allow people to

leave impressions of their interactions on the site. As the pencils move back and forth, this intervention becomes dynamic through the engagement of not only spacial variation, but variation of the pieces over a timespan of layered interactions and people.

elevation detail connections


Summer 2018  
Summer 2018  
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