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Jeffrey W. Kloosterman Selected Works 2013

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Jeffrey W. Kloosterman jwkloosterman@gmail.com | 812.322.9193 | 1919 E. 1st St., Bloomington, IN 47401

Projects from Ran Sarfati Digital Imaging Exterior Visualizations

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3D Rendered Floor Plans

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Interior Visualization

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Private Residence Proposed for Ramat Aviv, Israel

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Projects from Israelevitz Architects Residence in Ashdod, Israel

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Residence in Kfar Shmarayu, Israel

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Residence in Herzliya, Israel

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Residence in Moshav Bin Nun, Israel

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Undergraduate Projects Over The Rhine Design Build Studio

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Retail Design Studio

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Library Design Studio

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Tex Fab: Repeat Competition

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Photography Neve Tzedek, Tel Aviv, Israel

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Ein Gedi, Israel

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The Old City, Jerusalem, Israel

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Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, Israel

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Al-Azhar Mosque, Cairo, Egypt

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The Dead Sea, Israel

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Projects from Ran Sarfati Digital Imaging This series of renderings and floor plans was completed during my work as a Visualization Specialist for Israeli Architect Ran Sarfati. The projects include residential towers, a private neighborhood, and an office space that will be constructed in Israel. For each of these projects, I worked with the architect to create computer models and 3D visualizations of the exterior facades and interior spaces. This was vital to the design process because it allowed the client to get a full understanding of what the building would look and feel like before construction.

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3D Rendered Floor Plans

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Interior Visualization

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Private Residence Proposed for Ramat Aviv, Israel This proposal for a private residence in Ramat Aviv, Israel (also featured on the cover) has a contemporary identity and a minimalist style that is derived from the Bauhaus architecture in Tel Aviv. The north facade is a cube that appears to float above the ground and unfolds into a geometric Z pattern on the south facade. The public spaces are open yet intimate and create a continuous movement to and from private spaces. The glass walls allow natural light to penetrate the interior and create a seamless transition from the interior to exterior. The concrete structure acts as a thermal mass and the large overhanging roof on the south facade limits summer heat gains.

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Private Residence Proposed for Ramat Aviv

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Private Residence Proposed for Ramat Aviv

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Projects from Israelevitz Architects

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Residence in Ashdod, Israel This contemporary duplex located in Ashdod, Israel was designed to be iconic yet simplistic and minimalist. Based on the concept of a floating cube, a concrete mass sits on a glass wall supported by a central concrete core. At night, the glass structure disappears and the mass appears to float on the light below compelling us to question the buildings visual weight.

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Residence in Ashdod

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Residence in Ashdod

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Residence in Ashdod

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Residence in Ashdod

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Residence in Kfar Shmarayu, Israel

With an L shaped footprint, determined by the lot’s geometry, the interior of this residence is designed to be a continuously flowing series of spaces interwoven with internal courtyards and gardens. The courtyards provide natural light, fresh air and act as an intermediary between the exterior and interior. The exterior walls were removed, replaced by glass with wood cladding (added for privacy when necessary). An array of clearstory windows span the house creating beams of light radiating from the interior. Concrete conjoined with steel beams create a horizontal and vertical movement on the exterior facade and give the residence a modern industrial identity.

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Residence in Kfar Shmarayu

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Residence in Kfar Shmarayu

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Residence in Kfar Shmarayu

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Residence in Herzliya, Israel This home located in Herzliya, Israel, blends modern with Mediterranean. Modern materials and amenities compliment a Mediterranean motif to adhere to the neighborhood’s traditional style. Circulation and division of spaces are based on a central axis defined by a modern wood entrance on the south facade. The extensive use of glass on the north facade allows for sunlight to flow through the house and skylights on the north deck allow for natural light to reach the lower levels.

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Residence in Herzliya

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Residence in Moshav Bin Nun, Israel From the exterior, the building is not a home but an artistic expression, a composition, a canvas, a work of art. Doors, railings, and fixtures are hidden so the house’s identity as a building is not apparent. On the front facade, vertical slats of wooden cladding contrast the white concrete structure creating a strong minimalist composition. A bridge through a two story void connects the upper level bedrooms and a second story balcony creating breathtaking views of the surrounding area.

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Residence in Moshav Bin Nun

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Undergraduate Projects While completing my B.F.A at Miami University, I had the opportunity to work on projects that allowed me to see the world with a new perspective and challenged my thinking. As much as I studied building methods I studied how people interact with and experience architecture and how architecture changes and influences people and culture. In the summer of 2009 I lived and volunteered in Over The Rhine, a lower income neighborhood of Cincinnati. With a team of Miami University students, I designed and remodeled a unit in an affordable housing apartment complex. We redesigned the space to be used as an office that could be transformed into a community gathering space. The project featured a central conference table made from recycled lumber, that can disjoin and become a buffet table when the office is used as a community gathering space. The project won the Over The Rhine Community Housing Gold Hammer Award for our efforts and dedication to the community.

Over The Rhine Design Build Studio

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

AREA OF PROPOSED WORK SCOPE OF WORK COMPLETION OF TENANT MEETING SPACE AND CONFERENCE ROOM PER LATE 1990's BUILDING RENOVATION, INCLUDING MASONRY OPENING, INSTALLATION OF FIXTURES, DOORS TO EXTERIOR DECK, INSTALLATION OF KITCHENETTE, AS WELL AS FLOORING AND FINISHES. A DUCTLESS, DUAL-ZONE "MINI-SPLIT" AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM WILL ALSO BE INSTALLED.

CONFERENCE 244 SF

EXISTING DECK 245 SF

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04. TABLE 10082.12 OCCUPANT LOAD USE A-3, TENANT MTG/CONFERENCE RM: 634 /15 NET = 42 OCCUPANTS USE 'M' COMMERCIAL: 1,830 ST/30 GROSS = 61 OCCUPANTS USE 'R' FIRST FLOOR: 1,312 /200 GROSS = 7 OCCUPANTS USE 'R' SECOND FLOOR: 3,978 /200 GROSS = 20 OCCUPANTS USE 'R' THIRD FLOOR: 3,978 /200 GROSS = 20 OCCUPANTS USE 'R' FOURTH FLOOR: 3,978 /200 GROSS = 20 OCCUPANTS

CODE NOTES USE GROUP: SEPARATED USE GROUPS AS PER 313.2 USE R-2, MULTIPLE FAMILY DWELLINGS USE 'M', MERCANTILE (1st FLOOR STOREFRONT SPACE)

OCCUPANCY A-3 ACCESSORY ASSEMBLY AREA 634 SF/15 = 42 PERSONS COMMERCIAL SPACE: 1,830 SF / 30 = 61 person occupant load RESIDENTIAL: 12,350 SF / 200 = 61.75

STAIR #1

USE A-3 MEETING SPACE, CONFERENCE ROOM, KITCHENETTE AND TOILET PER THIS SCOPE OF WORK "ACCESSORY ASSEMBLY AREA" PER OBC 508.3.1, EXCEPTION 1. THE TOTAL SPACE BEING COMPLETED IS 634 SF, BELOW THE 750 SF MAXIMUM FOR ACCESSORY ASSEMBLY AREAS PER EXCEPTION 1.

TENANT MEETING 394 SF

FIRE RESISTANCE RATING AS PER TABLE 602: Exterior Walls: - 2hr. Fire Wall: - 2hr. Fire Enclosure of Exits (Stairs): - 2hr. Shafts and Elevator Hoistways: - 2hr. Partitions: - 0hr. Structural Members: - 1hr.

NOTE: THERE IS NO CHANGE IN USE. 02. TABLE 602 - CONSTRUCTION TYPE TYPE 3A, MASONRY LOAD BEARING WALLS, PROTECTED WOOD FLOORS

ELEVATOR DWELLING UNIT 972 SF

03. TABLE 503 - HEIGHT AND AREA LIMITATIONS 4 STORY, 50' ALLOWED WITH INCREASE FOR FULLY SPRINKLED = 60' PROPOSED HEIGHT: 4 STORY EXISTING, FIFTH FLOOR ATTIC UNUSED. AREA ALLOWED BY TABLE 503: 13,200 SF (PER FLOOR) AREA INCREASE FOR SPRINKLERS : 26,400 SF (SECT 5063)

COORIDOR

DWELLING UNIT 517 SF

DWELLING UNIT 441 SF

GROSS BUILDING AREA BASEMENT: 1st - 4th FLOOR: FIFTH FLOOR ATTIC TOTAL: 20,890

STAIR #2

Miami University Center for Community Engagement in Over­the­Rhine 1300 Vine Street Cincinnati, OH 45202

Floor Construction: - 1hr. Roof Construction: - 0hr. NOTE: THIS BUILDING, INCLUDING THE ACCESSORY ASSEMBLY AREA,  IS FULLY  SPRINKLERED AND HAS A MONITORED FIRE ALARM SYSTEM.

3,978 SF 3,978 SF EACH 1,000 SF 20,890 SF

Owner: Over­The­Rhine Community Housing 114 West 14th Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 (513) 381-1171

FOURTH FLOOR PLAN

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John Blake Miami University Department of Architecture  and Interior Design 101 Alumni Hall Oxford, OH 45056 (513) 330­1712

1/8" = 1'­0" PROPERTY LINE

CONTACT: ANDY HUTZEL

KEY EXISTING CMU WALL

EXISTING BRICK WALL FURRED AND SHEATHED WITH DRYWALL. SHOWN WITH OUT DRYWALL FOR CLARITY.

CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT STAIR #1 EXIT

BRICK WALL 5/8" BAMBOO PLANK FLOORING EXISTING STEEL DOOR

MAIN ENTRANCE/STAIR #2 EXIT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

LIGHT SWITCH 5 8"

DRY-WALL

TELEPHONE OUTLET ANNUNCIATOR INTERCOM

13th STREET

THERMOSTAT

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INTERIOR ELEVATION 

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1/4" = 1'­0"

SITE PLAN  1/32" = 1'­0"

72" X 84" TEMPERED GLASS FRENCH DOORS LG LMN185HV DUCTLESS MINI SPLIT AC SYSTEM 90" AFF

5 8"

FRAMED IN DRY-WALL UP TO 36" EXPOSED BRICK ABOVE

NEW MASONRY OPENING WITH PRE-CAST CONCRETE LINTEL, 7 21" "BEARING EACH SIDE"

LG LMU365HV DUCTLESS MINI SPLIT AC SYSTEM 96" AFF 5 8" DRY-WALL FURRED OVER EXISTING BRICK

CONFERENCE 244 SF

36" x 80" DOOR WITH 32" CLEAR OPENING BASEBOARD HOT-WATER HEATING

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LG LMN185HV DUCTLESS MINI SPLIT AC SYSTEM 78" AFF

EXISTING DECK 248 SF

EXISTING DECK 248 SF

BASEBOARD HOT-WATER HEATING

EXISTING NON-BEARING PARTITION WALL 36" x 80" DOOR WITH 32" CLEAR OPENING

EXPOSED SPRINKLER SYSTEM AT CEILING.

DOOR 30" X 84"

NON-LOAD BEARING PARTITION REMOVED DOWN TO 40"

INFILL FRAMED PARTITION

TENANT MEETING 394 SF

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36" x 80" ENTRY DOOR WITH 32" CLEAR OPENING

TENANT MEETING 394 SF

36" x 80" DOOR WITH 32" CLEAR OPENING

90 MINUTE FIRE RATED PLUMBING SUPPLY AND WASTE LINES AND VENTS ROUGHED-IN.

1" PINE PLANK FLOOR

RECYCLED GLASS COMPOSITE COUNTER TOP 42" AFF

1300 VINE STREET CINCINNATI, OHIO 45202

ELECTRICAL OUTLET

ALTERATIONS TO BUDDY'S PLACE

NEW MASONRY OPENING WITH PRE-CAST CONCRETE LINTEL, 7 21 "BEARING EACH SIDE

VINE STREET

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

12 X 12 PORCELAIN TILE

DRAWN BY: JWK DATE:  06/01/2010 REVISIONS

LOWER CONCRETE CABINET COUNTER TOP 36" AFF

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PROPOSED  PLAN

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1/4" = 1'­0"

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Over The Rhine Design Build Studio

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MASONRY WALL BETWEEN RENTAL OFFICE AND ADJACENT UNIT

ALARM SYSTEM ANNUNCIATOR

EXISTING  PLAN 1/4" = 1'­0"

A 1

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Derived from the sketches below, this hypothetical project is intended to represent the Dakine brand (an American extreme sport lifestyle brand) in 3D Space and immerse its occupants in the Dakine consumer’s high adrenaline lifestyle. The rigid angles on the front facade mimic the mountains and express energy, excitement and adventure while the cedar paneling brings the warmness of sitting in a Rocky Mountain ski lodge.

Retail Design Studio

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Retail Design Studio

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Library Design Studio Located in the heart of the Clifton neighborhood in Cincinnati, OH, The Clifton Library is in need of a new enlarged building to accommodate the library’s growing number of users. This proposal is derived from in-depth interviews and interaction with the community and is designed with the intent of creating an iconic piece of architecture that enriches the neighborhood and serves the community’s need. The library’s cantilever forms an exterior courtyard to compliment the street by allowing for a space for public interaction, conversation and rest. The angled steel frame forms a naturally lit atrium in the core of the library. Circulation is based on this central atrium, as from it one can see where he or she wants to go and know how to get there. The lower levels are intended to be active and noisy (children’s area, periodicals, and digital media) while the upper levels are for quieter browsing and reading. The top floor extends into a roof garden for reading, reflection and expansive views of the Clifton Neighborhood.

Library Design Studio

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Digital fabrication has garnered much attention because it enables the construction of complex forms that push the limits of materials and are impossible to create with conventional means. This proposal for the Tex-Fab Repeat competition in Houston, Texas, seeks to reframe the discussion beyond this, to bring focus to responsible use of materials, resources, and allowing individual creativity. I have developed a single unit that is designed to be assembled, disassembled, and then reassembled in multiple creative ways to serve different functions. Initial assembly will be a spiral sculpture Use/ Reuse in the atrium of University of Houston’s College of Architecture to represent where students can rest, walk around, study, and hang out. After the sculpture is displayed, this kit will be donated to the University of Houston’s Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture to become a teaching material for a studio warm up project, a design build installation. My presentation illustrates some potential possibilities to use this for sitting, playing, parking, shelving, and so forth. The primary intent, however, is to challenge and enable the creative talent of each group to come up with their own compositional solution. Each unit is produced from cold rolled steel. It is laser cut and then cnc bent into shape.

Tex Fab: Repeat Competition

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Neve Tzedek Tel Aviv, Israel

Photography My experiences traveling across Europe and the Middle East have influenced me the most and defined who I am. In my travels, I used photography as a means to document the world around me. I am inspired by nature and architecture - to me the environment is what defines a place. I attempt to capture the essence of a place - my goal is for the viewer to understand what a place looks and feels like from a single photograph

Ein Gedi, Israel

The Old City Jerusalem, Israel

Church of the Holy Sepulchre Jerusalem, Israel

Al-Azhar Mosque Cairo,Egypt

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The Dead Sea, Israel

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Thank you for your time and consideration,

Jeffrey W. Kloosterman

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Selected Works 2013