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KATERINA CABALLERO

PORTFOLIO ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN


KATERINA CABALLERO EMAIL

KATERINA.CABALLERO@GMAIL.COM

PHONE

(303) 910 6071

ADDRESS

5532 LAREDO DENVER, CO 880239

EDUCATION 2010 - PRESENT

UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER BACHELORS OF ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN (BENVD) ARCHITECTURE EMPHASIS

2008 - 2010

UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER PRE-COLLEGIATE PROGRAM

2006 - 2010

MULLEN HIGH SCHOOL DENVER, CO

2010 - PRESENT

DANIELS FUND SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT

2010 - PRESENT

DESIGNERS WITHOUT BOUNDARIES SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT

2010 - PRESENT

MIRAMONTES ARTS AND SCIENCE PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT

2008 - 2009

DIGITAL DESIGN OUTSTANDING STUDENT AWARD PRE-COLLEGIATE PROGRAM (UCD)

2013

BREAKING GROUND: CU BOULDER ENVD STUDENTS GET REAL WORLD EXPERIENCE 3/27/13

2012

CU 2012 ODECE NEWS STUDENT SPOTLIGHT (pg. 3)

2010

DANIELS FUND SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT DANIELS FUND PRESS RELEASE 4/16/10

SCHOLARSHIPS & AWARDS

PRESS RELEASE


WORK EXPERIENCE JUN 2012- DEC 2012

OZ ARCHITECTURE 3003 LARIMER STREET DENVER, CO 80205 (303) 887-8221

AUG 2010 - MAY 2012

OFFICE OF FINANCIAL AID PEER ADVISOR UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER REGENT ADMINISTRATIVE CENTER BOULDER, CO 80309

JUN 2010 - AUG 2010

SOCO NIGHTLIFE DISTRICT 1155 SHERMAN ST. 80203 (303) 832-8628

MAY 2009 - AUG 2010

MELT -CHERRY CREEK MALL 3000 E 1ST AVE DENVER, CO 80206 (303) 322-4747 LEADERSHIP ROLES & COMMUNITY SERVICE

JAN 2013 - PRESENT

BURKE PARK DESIGN BUILD LEAD DESIGN GROUP MEMBER

2013-Present

ARCHITECTURE CLUB VOLUNTEER CASEY MIDDLE SCHOOL BOULDER, CO

2012-Present

CU ENVD PEER MENTOR

2012-Present

STUDENT GOVERNMENT REP AT LARGE

2010 -Present

DANIELS FUND ADVISORY BOARD MEMBER COMPUTER SKILLS

ILLUSTRATOR PHOTOSHOP IN-DESIGN FLASH DREAMWEAVER GOOGLE EARTH

GOOGLE SKETCHUP RHINO 3D REVIT (BIM) WORD EXCEL OUTLOOK SPECIAL INTERESTS AND SKILLS

FLUENT IN SPANISH SELF TAUGHT UKULELE PLAYER

INDEPENDENT ARTIST SELF TAUGHT PIANIST


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EXPERIENTIAL GARDEN

1-2

02

40 ACRE PARK DESIGN

3-4

03

AYURVEDA IN THE HIGHLANDS

5-6

04

CU DESIGN BUILD - BURKE PARK

7-8

05

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

9

06

FREE HAND SKETCHES

10

07

MIXED MEDIA & PORTRAIT

11

08

PAINTING

12


FRESHMAN YEAR

SOPHOMORE YEAR

JUNIOR YEAR

JUNIOR YEAR

JUNIOR YEAR

FRESHMAN - JUNIOR YEAR

FRESHMAN YEAR HIGHSCHOOL SENIOR YEAR

CONTENTS


EXPERIENTIAL GARDEN 01 Year

2011

The focus of this design wast to manipulate space by choreographing the entrances, thresholds, pauses and exits of a space. This began with a series of drawings and models to represent these five aspects. These five aspects were then asked to be explored through a garden design.

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EXPERIENTIAL GARDEN 01 These drawings represent an interpretation of a walk through the experiential garden. The moments throughout the design that capture the choreography of this space. The end result is meant to convey contemplative opportunities to look at views and sit.

2


40 ACRE PARK DESIGN 02

3

Year

2012

Location

Walden Ponds Boulder, CO

The concept of the 40 Acre Park Design was to look at a larger scale site and find smaller spaces to develop and work together to create a comprehensive park experience. It was asked to look at the site critically and identify specific locations that can render unique opportunities for gathering, nature watching and ecological interventions to improve the quality of the environmental aspects.


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40 ACRE PARK DESIGN 02

With in the 40 acre there id s designed a sheltered space right at the entrance of the site for larger gathering spaces. For more intimate small spaces and ecological interventions the sitting walls address erosion problems on the site off of the edge conditions of some of the ponds. The bird watching station is adjacent to the sheltered amphitheater and is at a high point on the terrace to over look the most bird inhabited areas on site. The fishing decks protrude out to the deeper more prominent opportunities for fishing. SHELTERED AMPHITHEATER

SITTING WALLS

a

BIRD WATCHING

FISHING DECKS

c

b

d

b

a c d

d d

b

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tridosha Vata

Kapha

Pitta Pitta

AYURVEDA IN THE HIGHLANDS 03

5

Year

2012

Location

3300 Osage Denver, CO

In the highlands of Denver an ayurveda center is designed to provide holistic therapy to help the body keep its balance. The science of Ayurveda is founded on the principle that the universe is composed of five elements that is air, fire, water, earth and space. All these elements are represented in us by three energies called the "doshas", namely the Vata, Pitta and Kapha.


AYURVEDA IN THE HIGHLANDS 03

N

meditation

herb roof garden

ayurveda treatment

125’

tea house

Site Location Osage

The design came from the idea of balancing the three doshas. The sinusoidal wave in the design creates a balance of larger and smaller more intimate spaces in the building. The basement is designed to be for more private therapies that focus on the individual. The first level has a large movement room that can house active therapies like yoga. This level also has the ayurveda practitioner to set appointments for basement level treatments. The top level acts as a green roof for a community herbal garden that would be used in the tea house. The top level also has an herbal drying room that serves as a storage and processing room to make the tea ready to serve fresh. The light pylons capture light during the day and filter it through the building to allow for some natural light into the basement. At night they act as low lit beacons for security in the neighborhood.

50’

33rd

yoga room

herb drying room

Ramp from west sidewalk

Ramp from west sidewalk

(not to exceed 2%)

(not to exceed 2%)

outdoor meditation pool

Mud Baths

Herb drying room

Changing rooms Stairs

Stairs Elevator

Community tea house

Elevator Lobby

Lobby

Men & Women locker rooms

Changing rooms

Herb garden Glass pylons

meditation rooms

(channel natural light through building to basement)

Yoga room

Path from west sidewalk

oil therapy

Basement

Level 1

Level 2

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CU DESIGN BUILD - BURKE PARK 04

7

Year

2013

Location

Arleigh A. Burke Park Boulder, CO 80305

Our class partnered with the City of Boulder Parks and Rec Department to design a park space that would make an educational setting for the local school and community members. The main focus of the design was to develop an outdoor classroom and gathering space for the students at the K-8 Middle School in the community. The Secondary goal was to design a space for community members to experience year-round as a universal space.


Role in Group

Design charette, permit set details & Outdoor classroom info graphics

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MASTER PLAN American Linden

Blue Spruce

Blue Spruce

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Blue Spruce

Maple Norway Japanese Tree Lilac

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Blue Spruce

American Linden

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Red Oak

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Maple Norway Oak Bur

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Blue Spruce

American Linden Southwestern White Pine

Thunderbird Drive

Oak Pin

American Linden Catalpa

Crabapple

Austrian Pine

The concept of the outdoor classroom came from a series of design charettes that addressed directionality and focal points from a typical classroom setting. With feedback from the community and the city we then came up with the idea a deck that has undulating folds that create both, playing and seating opportunities. Each half of the deck directs focal points toward the flatirons and views into the lake. The darker strips of decking create an edge condition separating the two deck halves defining the space. These decking strips will have a laser etched time line of the Burke Park’s history to create an site specific info graphic. The overall space is supposed to bring people in to sit and see the views this site has to offer. Permitting documents are under review to be able to build the class room. We have constructed 5’-3’ mounds and have planted trees for an arboratum concept.

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American Linden English Oak

Silver Maple

Green Ash Green Ash

Weeping Willow

American Elm

Wetland Regulatory Buffer

Catalpa Cottonwood Blue Spruce

Weeping Willow

American Elm Honeylocust

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Cottonwood

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American Elm

Honeylocust

Weeping Willow

American Elm

Property Line

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Sioux Drive

3 A-4

1

SECTION SCALE 1" = 1'-0"

2'-8 3/4"

2 A-5

1 A-7

1 A-5

1 A-7

2 A-7

1'-0"

1'-3"

10"

2 A-4

Concept sketches by Katerina Caballero

1'-0"

Outdoor classroom design

1'-8 1/2"

Group Focus

1'-3"

Cole Cleland, Travis McClain, Aaron Anderson & Katerina Caballero

1'-0"

Group Members

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Ponca Place

CU DESIGN BUILD - BURKE PARK 04

3'-5 1/8"

2

6'-9"

6'-9"

3'-5 1/8"

CONCRETE PAD EXISTING CONCRETE PATH

1.9% SLOPE MAX

SECTION SCALE 1" = 1'-0"

Permitting sections done by the outdoor classroom group

INTERNET PUBLICATIONS WORD PRESS

http://burkeparkdesignbuild.wordpress.com/

CU BOULDER http://www.colorado.edu/news/features/breaking-ground-cu-boulder-environmental-design-students-get-real-word-experience

Rendering done by Cole Cleland

8


INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 05 Year

2012

The focus of this design is to find a material that is reclaimed, unwanted or recycled and design a piece of furniture in which can be multi faceted.

9


FREE HAND SKETCHING 06 Free hand sketches of landscapes and structures.

10


MIXED MEDIA & PORTRAIT 07 Year

2010

On the left is an experiential sketch of Denver in a mixed media compositon. On the right is a hand drawn birthday present to my mom of a Lord of The Rings character.

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PAINTING 08 Year

2009

One of my paintings of a still life drawn for an art class in high school.

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Design Portfolio