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AUTHOR’S NOTES


PERSONAL

EDUCATION

SOFTWARE

WORK EXPERIENCE

Kelley Schorn Phone 817-368-9953 Email Kelleyschorn37@gmail.com

Revit Photoshop Indesign Sketchup Illustrator AutoCAD

Nolan Catholic High School Graduated 2014 Texas A&M University 2014—Present Majoring in Environmental Design Studied abroad in Barcelona, Spain Jan. 2017-May 2017

CB Sports World T-shirt Designer March 2013—May 2013 Fresco’s Cocina as a bus girl May 2015—August 2015 Habanero’s as a waitress May 2016—August 2016 Academy Sports and Outdoors (retail) May 2017—August 2017 GSBS Architects (Summer Intern) May 2018 - Aug 2018

INVOLVEMENTS

Texas Tech Architecture Camp Summer 2013 Member of AIAS (American Institute of Architecture Students) 2015—Present Focus (Fellowship Of Catholic Uiversity Students) Bible study leader and participant


CONTENTS


CHAPTER 1 STUDIO 804 CHAPTER 2 PARKLAND BREAST CENTER CHAPTER 3 RENDEZVOUS CHAPTER 4 PROFESSIONAL WORK CHAPTER 5 PERSONAL WORK


Chapter 1


Studio 804


Studio 804 | 22 Ash St.

Studio 804 is a yearlong design-build, graduate program in which students work to design and build a project over the course of a single school year. The program started over twenty-five years ago and relies heavily on donations from top companies in the industry in order to create beautiful and architecturally compelling projects. Throughout its life, Studio 804 has earned great acclaim and the projects have received awards both nationally and internationally. It truly is a unique designbuild experience as the students do it all from drafting the construction documents and obtaining donations, to pouring concrete and putting up walls.


Studio 804 | Past Projects


22 Ash St. | Site Context


22 Ash St. | Floor Plan

1. Kitchen 2. Living 3. Flex Space

4. Half Bath 5. Laundry/Mech. 6. Guest Bed

7. Bath 8. Master Bed 9. Storage Shed

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This year’s project is located in north Lawrence, KS and backs up to the river that runs through the town. Three gables rise above a concrete wall which creates a retreat-like garden within the property. The project calls back to the spirit of the traditional Midwestern farmstead vernacular while maintaining a sense a privacy for the homeowner. Concrete walls rise up around the project and give a retreat-like feel to the property. The three structures house private living quarters, public entertaining space, and an accessory dwelling unit for visitors or family. This creates a separation of space while maintaining a feeling of connection as all three main structures are tied together by smaller elements.


22 Ash St. | Cladding | My Part Though I have participated in and contributed to almost every part of this project, the cladding is the portion where I took charge. Our cladding donation came from a company called FunderMax, which is a high pressure laminate cladding typically used for commercial exteriors in the form of long rectangular panels. We obtained panels with a textured brown color and proceeded to cut them down to 5� planks with which we will cover the entirety of our building. The rain screen sits atop an aluminum substructure. The details can be found in the following pages.


Fixed Joint (1/4”) Semi-Sliding Joint Sliding Joint (5/16”)

**For boards longer than 9’ use sliding joints that are 3/8”


22 Ash St. | The Journey So Far


Chapter 2


Parkland Breast Center


For this project, our studio worked in collaboration with Parkland Hospital and HKS Architects in Dallas, TX. The program had three main elements to my partner, Mary Gavin and I based our design off of these three nodes in order to separate the functions. We did this with the patients in mind as we knew that it would be less stressful to someone coming in for a screening if they did not have to see those who just had a chemo session. The three nodes converge into a series of three curved light wells at the center that not only introduces natural lighting into the core of the building, but also act as a tool for wayfinding. While we tried to place all of the patient rooms against windows, we also kept staff retention in mind and placed staff breakrooms with either views to the outside or views inside of the light wells.


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This was an integrated project, which means that we worked with professors specializing in structures and systems. For this project we chose a steel structural system because we wanted the structure to have a light minimal presence in the project. Our mechanical room is located on the third floor of the treatment node, which is empty to be used as shell space for future expansion.

Load Tracing


Mechanical Duct Tracing


Cost Es�mate Building Costs

33,054,000

Fixed Equipment

2,644,320

Site Developement

4,958,100

Total Construc�on

40,654,420

Site Acquisi�on / Demoli�on

500,000

Moveable Equipment

2,644,320

Professional Fees

2,439,385

Con�ngencies

4,065,642

Administra�ve Costs Total Budget

406,564 50,712,331

AHU Design Air Flow

229,493 cfm

Cooling Equipment Design Capacity

2,184.4 tons

EUI Annual Energy Cost

77 kBTU/ft^2/yr $325,969


Chapter 3


Rendezvous


Form Progression

This project was done in collaboration with Mary Gavin. The name of this project was its thematic inspiration. We wanted to create a space that would encourage both the tourists and the local community of Barceloneta to come and gather together. There are three ramps which have functions above and below. We were inspired by the green roof of the Delft University of Technology Library. Two of the ramps slope up and away from the ocean allowing people to sit and enjoy the view while the other ramp gives a view of the pier behind. The thinking was that the ramps sloping away from the ocean could also be used to host outdoor concerts, fairs or other community events. Under the first ramp is a large playground for families to bring their children to. Under the next ramp is a retail space with restaurants and even some bars. This was to appeal to those who work at the W Hotel located just beyond the site as well as the tourists who stay there. The third ramp contains a small spa space with a public pool to appeal to the tourists.


Tourist Area

Local Community of Barceloneta


Chapter 4


Professional Work


Summer Internship | GSBS Architects From May 2018 to August 2018 I worked for GSBS Architects in a summer internship. While I did work on some construction documents, most of my work at the firm included graphic work. I worked on a number of projects, mainly doing some 3D floor plan graphics color-coding the program to match the colors of the firm. I also got the opportunity to work on the model of one of their ongoing projects: the SMU training center.


Chapter 5


Personal Work


I have been drawing and doodling since before I can remember. These are a few drawings from the past year and a half. Although I do not get to draw for fun as often with studio taking up that creative brain space, I still love to do it when I get the chance. My other creative passions include poetry and creative writing. I like to draw with a wide variety of mediums. For instance, the drawing from the chapter cover I used sharpies for the background and then cut out the girl from a previous drawing and glued her onto the background. I then added the stars and constellations with a white gel pen.


I Wrote a Book: 390pgs Double Spaced

For the past three years I have been writing and editing a book. It’s a fantasy Young Adult novel and it is approximately 108,000 words wich comes around to roughly a 300 page book were it to be publsihed.


Excerpt: Page 31 of 390

As Luka cut through the air with his arm, it was as if he was cutting through the sky itself. He wore a strange jeweled belt that she’d never seen him wear before. His right hand rested on the belt as his left arm worked on the glowing disk in front of him. He began widening the circle until he no longer needed to use his arm. The bright white disk grew on its own until it stretched from the ground to just above his head. It was now more of an oval than a circle. Luka hesitated for a half second, and then walked straight through the oval. He did not reappear on the other side. He was gone. Kat’s mouth hung wide open. She didn’t know what had just happened. A million thoughts raced through her head at once but one stood out amongst the rest: she had to know what was going on. She began to walk towards the oval of light but noticed with alarm that it had begun to shrink. In a split second she was sprinting towards it. In another five seconds she was leaping through it. In the next second both she and the oval, were gone.


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