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architecture PORTFOLIO 2014-2018

Kelly Ivey CINCINNATI, OHIO


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What to Expect...

Resume School Works

Apartment Building

Shipping Container

Bus Shelter Government

Munitions Storage

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2 Residential

VanKerchove

Schwartz Learning

Muntz Zoo Works

Gorilla Yellowstone

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Résumé


EDUCATION

2018

UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI College of DAAP: Bachelor Degree in Architecture

WORK EXPERIENCE

2017

GREGORY GATES ARCHITECT LLC Fall Semester Co-Op

Residential

I had an amazing opportunity to work with this small firm on many residential remodels as well as zoo exhibits. My favorite project of the semester was working on the physical model for the Cincinnati Zoo’s new Gorilla Exhibit. I was solely responsible for interpreting the plans, sections, and elevations from AutoCAD and Revit to build the physical model.

Zoo Works

Kelly Ivey

2017

GREGORY GATES ARCHITECT LLC Summer Semester Co-Op

Residential

CONTACT

During this semester I worked heavily on a physical model for the Nashville Zoo’s Ambassador Building and the site model for the Cincinnati Zoo’s Yellowstone 10 Year Plan. I was also responsible for completing red-lines in AutoCAD for residential remodels and gathering preliminary research for the Yellowstone Plan such as, the surrounding context and precedents with enclosures for future animals.

Zoo Works

513-967-2070 kellychristine0327@gmail Cincinnati, Ohio issuu.com/kellychristine3

2016

EMERSION DESIGN Spring Semester Co-Op

Governement

Worked closely with the structural engineer completing red-lines in AutoCAD on a Munitions Storage building. Also heavily worked in Revit to build the existing Muntz building at UC Blueash to prepare for a renovation. My favorite project to work on was the drawings for the renovation of the Cincinnati Art Museum.

Learning

PERSONAL Birthday

: April 28, 1995

Relationship

: Engaged

Nationalitiy

: American

Language

: English

OTHER EXPERIENCE

2013

PRESIDENT OF VENTURE CREW 150 2013-2014

Leadership

I was voted and accepted the position of president at which point I was responsible for articulating meetings, assigning group tasks and working closely with peer Advisors and other adult leaders to plan events.

Interpersonal

INTERESTS • • • • •

Reading Calligraphy Video Games Cross Stitching Ultimate Frisbee

TRAITS • • •

Multi-Tasking manages projects effectively Interpersonal empathetic and supportive Communication

2012

CUBMASTER One Week of Summer

Leadership

Volunteered as a Cubmaster for a Boy Scout Summer Camp where me and one other person were responsible for 15-20 cub scouts. It was our duty to gather them to organized events on schedule, create enthusiasm amongst the group, resolve arguments, and participate in staff meetings to better the experience of the cubs.

Interpersonal

2010

VOLUNTEER WITH THE CURE STARTS NOW Yearly Gala Event 2010-Present

Leadership Interpersonal Communication

listens intently

SOCIAL linkedin.com/in/ kelly-ivey-184699155 facebook.com/ kelly.christine.98 kellychristine0327

The Cure Starts Now is a foundation searching for the “homerun cure” for pediatric cancer. Every year they hold a “Once in A Lifetime Gala” with about 1,200 guests arriving at the Duke Energy Center where raffles and a silent auction are held to raise money for the fight. It has been my responsibility to supervise and train others on checkin at the beginning of the event, provide conflict resolution while preparing for check-out which includes delegating tasks, gathering winning raffles to their owners, and answering winner’s and volunteer’s questions. Lastly I am to provide check-out services where I handle taking payments, over-seeing volunteers who gather packages, and making sure all items are accounted for on a winner’s receipt.

SKILLS

AutoCAD

Rhino

InDesign Photoshop Illustraitor

V-Ray

Revit

Grasshopper

3D Printing

Model Building


5 Summer Semester 2016

Apartment Building

The Apartment Project was a theoretical development of two empty lots, located at 35 and 105 Calhoun Street. I named the building “The Community Apartments” for the idea of openness and shared activity spaces. The hallways have places for neighbors and friends to gather around and play games like corn hole or chess to promote a sense of community and friendship within the apartment complex. Part of the challenge of this project was having to accommodate for a street front commercial space. In order to maintain the privacy of renters I chose to place the “Doggie Daycare” in its own detached building.

Front Elevation Scale: 1/8” = 1’- 0”


School Works

Community Apartments

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This project was somewhat of a collaborative effort. The site model was split up amongst the entire studio and presentations were done in pairs. There were two empty lots to be filled and pairs could choose to make a connection between their projects or be independent of each other.

Wood Siding Drain and Ventilation Cavity Insulated Wood Fiber Sheathing Foam Insulation OSB Service Void Plaster Board Hardwood Floor Single Floor Wall Section Scale: 1/4” = 1’- 0”


7 Fall Semester 2017

Shipping Container

This project was a studio competition to expand PAR-Projects’ classroom and exhibition space using shipping containers. As a nonprofit facility, their mission is to expose communities to art who may not otherwise have the ability. They do so by crafting art galleries out of shipping containers to place on public spaces, such as mall parking lots. Therefore, they felt their facility should also be made up of shipping containers. The project was comprised of two phases. The first was required to be made up of three containers that would house class and exhibition space. The second was a more imaginative phase where we were not restricted on the number of containers we could use.

SOUTH ELEVATION


Home In-Par

School Works

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10 Shipping Containers 5,120 total sqft Classroom Phase 1: 240 sqft Phase 2: 640 sqft Gallery Phase 1: 720 sqft Phase 2: 960 sqft Bar/Lounge 640 sqft Studio 640 sqft SPACE COMPLIMENTS OF CHASE PUBLIC

SAT 5:30-8:30

AN EXHIBITION OF STUDENT WORK AT G A L L E RY A S K E W 2868 COLERAIN AVE IGNACIO GONZALEZ KATIE HILLEBRECHT KELLY IVEY NATHAN LAUX KELLI PLUMMER BRETT SMITH SARAH TOBIAS STEPHEN SLAUGHTER INSTRUCTING Working in collaboration with PAR-Projects, a section of University of Cincinnati’s School of Architecture and Interior Design’s Senior Studio was asked to interrogate the nexus between art and architecture by “hacking” or “modding” a series of conventional shipping containers, to produce interactions and effects not considered in the scope of the containers original design. The studio, in conjunction with working to access need and offer design solutions that address and expands on the program and programming of the institution, also looked at the status of contemporary architectural representation and its capacity to be valued, analyzed, and discussed as art. And so with shipping container architecture as their subject, the students will stake their claim in the discourse of art, architecture and representation with PAR-PROJECTS: UNCONTAINED.

WEST ELEVATION


9 Fall Semester 2017

Shipping Container

PHASE 1 FIRST FLOOR PLAN

PHASE 2 SECOND FLOOR PLAN

PHASE 2 FIRST FLOOR PLAN

PHASE 2 THIRD FLOOR PLAN


Home In-Par

School Works

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PHASE 1 SECTION

PHASE 2 SECTION

A

A/2


11 Spring Semester 2018

Bus Shelter

The Contour Bus Shelter was a project endorsed by the UC Bicentennial Committee, for their 200th anniversary, to donate to Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS). Before we designed the shelter, the studio split into four research teams: Who, Why, Where, and How. This research brought together the studio’s ten design objectives. Then, we split into six teams of two and were tasked with designing a shelter. Each team presented their shelter, and by vote of the studio, three teams were chosen to advance. Teams were then consolidated into the three advancing projects so that we could make revisions. Finally, CPS and the UC Bicentennial Committee voted on the best fit. As a studio, we built a 1:1 scale model of the Contour Shelter for DAAPworks 2018.

FRONT ELEVATION

RIGHT ELEVATION


School Works

Contour

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

AXON

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LATERAL SECTION

FLOOR PLAN

BACK ELEVATION

LEFT ELEVATION


13 Spring Semester Co-Op 2016

Munitions Storage

The Munitions Storage facility was a government project I worked on with Emersion Design LLC’s structural engineer, using AutoCAD. My involvement in this project was from a purely structural standpoint. While working on this project, I learned a considerable SAWCUT JOINT 1/4" WIDE x amount about structural 1/4 SLAB THICKNESS. FILL WITH JOINT FILLER REINF. DISCONT. integrity and the process AT JOINT 3/4" DIAMETER x 1'-6" SMOOTH DOWELS AT 12" O.C. CENTERED ON CONTROL JOINT PLACED AT MID-DEPTH OF SLAB. that one must go through to LOOSE CABLE IN 1/2" DIAMETER PAINT ONE SIDE OF DOWEL WITH 1-1/2" DIAMETER PSLEEVE AT 5'-0" ASPHALT PAINT AND OILED ALL AROUND finalize a design through a OR WELDED TO O.C. BRAZED TO PREVENT BOND WITH CONCRETE. REINFORCING. contractor. It was a pleasure to get this experience early SLAB REINF. SAWED CONTROL JOINT in my career because I SAWCUT JOINT 1/4" WIDE x 1/4 SLAB THICKNESS. FILL REINF. DISCONT. VAPOR BARRIER can better understand how WITH JOINT FILLER AT JOINT 1/2" DIAMETER LOOSE CABLE IN 1-1/2" projects come together FINISH FL. DIAMETER PSLEEVE AT 5'-0" O.C. BRAZED OR WELDED TO REINFORCING. structurally. As a result, it helped me to think more 3/4" DIA. x 1'-6" SMOOTH DOWELS 4" CAPILLARY WATER 6" 6" AT 12" O.C. CENTERED ON CONTROL practically in BARRIER future projects. SLAB REINF. JOINT PLACED AT MID-DEPTH OF SLAB. KEYED CONTROL JOINT

SPLICE L

3"

BAR SIZE NO. #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10

PAINT ONE SIDE OF DOWEL WITH ASPHALT PAINT AND OILED ALL AROUND TO PREVENT BOND WITH CONCRETE.

SUB-GRADE MATERIAL AS APPROVED

B-ON-GRADE DETAIL

-0"

TOP BARS ARE HORI CONCRETE CAST BE

SLAB CONTROL JOINT DETAIL

2 S-501

CONCRETE LAP LENG WHERE EPOXY COAT

3/4" = 1'-0"

USE EITHER AT CONTRACTOR'S OPTION SAWCUT JOINTS AS EARLY AS ALLOWED HAND- TOOL AREAS INACCESSIBLE BY SAW SEE S-101 FOR SLAB INFORMATION

ECHNICAL REPORT FOR THE SUBGRADE ND EARTHWORK RECOMMENDATIONS.

cf = TOP BARS B A 19" 24" 32" 25" 40" 31" 48" 37" 54" 70" 80" 62" 101" 78" 85" 111"

WHEN LAPPING TWO OF THE LAP SPLICE D DEVELOPMENT LENG

10'-23 8" #4 BAR AT 5'-0" O.C. MAX, EACH SIDE. WELDED TO HORIZ. REINF. AND ANGLE FOR ELECTRICAL CONTINUITY (SEE NOTE 6 ON S102)

TOP OF ROOF PLANK ROUGHENED TO 1/4" AMPLITUDE MINIMUM

73 8"

# 6 BAR CONT., TYP.

5

10 8"

8"

6"

4"x6"x3/8" PL. AT EA. EMBED L4x3x3/8 x 0'-8" LG. (LLV), SEE PLAN FOR SPACING. SEE 2/S-303

(3 EQ. SP.)(2 EQ. SP.)

STIRRUP TYPE "1" Y

10"

9"

8" TYP.

218" TYP.

518" TYP.

10" TYP.

33 4" TYP.

2"

318"

Y

87

3"

103 8"

2" TYP.

1'-21 4"

#4 STIRRUPS

1

412"

1'-0"

1" RADIUS, TYP.

"

1'-0"

3"

412" 412"

135 DEGREE HOOK

1" RADIUS, TYP. 1

#4 STIRRUPS

1/2" DIAMETER x 4" LG. HEADED STUDS AT 12" O.C. (START 8" FROM) EACH SIDE.

(4) #10 BARS CONT. AS SHOWN, TYP.

SCALE: 3/4"=1'-0"

53 32"

L 3 1/2" x 6" x 3/8" LLH x 27'-2" LG. (TYP.)

412"

1'-0"

63 4" 91 4"

3" 5116" TYP.

L4x3x3/8 x 0'-8" LG. (LLV) SEE PLAN FOR SPACING, SEE 2/S-302 BOND TO REINFORCING.

91 4" 63 4"

STIRRUP TYPE "3"

#4 HORZ. REINF. AT STIRRUP SPACING STIRRUP TYPE "2" 3" TYP.

31116"

1

WATER PROOFING, FLASHING, AND SEALING IN CONFORMANCE WITH MAINF. RECOMMENDATIONS 1" RADIUS, TYP.


Government

Structural Work

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2

S-304

1'-3" 6" MIN.

3/4" CHAMFER

2'-0"

No. 8'S AT 12" O.C. FULL HEIGHT.

WASHED DRAINAGE FILL, 1'-0" MIN. AT BASE SURFACE FINISH SF - 2.0

1 2" THICK DRAINABLE PROTECTED BD. SEE SPECIFICATIONS.

No. 5 AT 12" O.C. HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL SAWCUT JOINT 1/4" x FULLWIDE HEIGHT

SLAB-ON-GRADE DETAIL

= 4000 PSI DRAIN TO cfFOUNDATION cf = 4000 PSI TOP BARSDAYLIGHT OTHER BARS TOP BARS OTHER BARS B B A A 19" 15" 19" 24" 19" 15" 25" 19" 32" 25" 25" 19" 24" 40" 31" 31" No. 8 AT 24" 12" O.C.31" AT 37" 29" 48" 37" 37" TOP AND29"BOTTOM 54" 42" 54" 70" 54" 42" 60" 48" 80" 62" 62" 48" No. 5 AT 60" 12" O.C.78" 54" 101" 70" 78" 85" 61" TOP AND 85" 111" 66"BOTTOM 79"

1" SLOPE

3" MIN.

FINISH SF - 1.0 DEVELOPMENT SPLICESURFACE LENGTHS LENGTHS

TOP BARS ARE HORIZONTAL REINF. WITH MORE THAN 12" ON 8'-0" CONCRETE CAST BELOW THE REINF.

5'-3"

SLAB CONTROL JOINT DETAIL

CONCRETE LAP LENGTHS SHALL BE INCREASED 20 PERCENT WHERE EPOXY COATING IS USED.

3/4" = 1'-0"

USE EITHER AT CONTRACTOR'S OPTION SAWCUT JOINTS AS EARLY AS ALLOWED HAND- TOOL AREAS INACCESSIBLE BY SAW SEE S-101 FOR SLAB INFORMATION

WHEN LAPPING TWO DIFFERENT SIZE BARS, USE THE LARGER OF THE LAP SPLICE DIMENSION OF THE SMALLER BAR OR THE DEVELOPMENT LENGTH OF THE LARGER BARS

0"

3" CLR

2'-0"

NOTES: REFER TO GEOTECHNICAL REPORT FOR THE SUBGRADE PREPARATION AND EARTHWORK RECOMMENDATIONS.

BAR SIZE NO. #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10

3/4" DIA. x 1'-6" SMOOTH DOWELS AT 12" O.C. CENTERED ON CONTROL JOINT PLACED AT MID-DEPTH OF SLAB. PAINT ONE SIDE OF DOWEL WITH 1 21PAINT " X 5" KEY ASPHALT AND OILED ALL AROUND TO PREVENT BOND WITH CONCRETE.

6"

KEYED CONTROL JOINT

2 S-501

3/4" = 1'-0"

6"

2'-1"

1 S-501

FINISHED GRADE. SEE CIVIL

3" SLAB REINF.

SUB-GRADE MATERIAL AS APPROVED

FILTER FABRIC AROUND DRAINAGE ROCK, TYP.

1/4 SLAB THICKNESS. FILL 2" CLR WITH JOINT FILLER 1/2" DIAMETER LOOSE CABLE IN 1-1/2" 2" DIA. PVC WEEPS DIAMETER PSLEEVE AT 5'-0" O.C. BRAZED SEE ELEV. 2/S203 OR WELDED TO REINFORCING.

8'-0"

FINISH FL.

4" CAPILLARY WATER BARRIER

No. 8 AT 4" O.C. VERTICAL EXTEND INTO TOE

No. 7 AT 12" O.C. EXTEND INTO KEY AS SHOWN AND 4' - 6'WIDE INTO xSTEM SAWCUT JOINT 1/4"

REINF. DISCONT. AT JOINT

VAPOR BARRIER

No. 5 AT 12" O.C. HORIZONTIAL

SAWED CONTROL JOINT

SLAB REINF. SLAB REINF., SEE S-101

3/4" DIAMETER x 1'-6" SMOOTH DOWELS AT 12" O.C. CENTERED ON CONTROL JOINT PLACED AT MID-DEPTH OF SLAB. PAINT ONE SIDE OF DOWEL WITH ASPHALT PAINT AND OILED ALL AROUND TO PREVENT BOND WITH CONCRETE.

21'-0" MAX

1/2" DIAMETER LOOSE CABLE IN 1-1/2" DIAMETER PSLEEVE AT 5'-0" O.C. BRAZED OR WELDED TO REINFORCING.

APPLIED FLUID MEMBRANE (6" MIN. THIKNESS)

1/4 SLAB THICKNESS. FILL WITH JOINT FILLER

REINF. DISCONT. AT JOINT

10'-23 8"

(3 EQ. SP.)(2 EQ. SP.)

8" TYP.

2"

518" TYP.

10" TYP.

218" TYP.

Y

103 8"

2" TYP.

1'-21 4"

STIRRUP TYPE "1"

412"

1'-0"

#4 STIRRUPS

61 4"

8'-4"

3'-412" (3 SPACES AT 1'-1 1/2" O.C.)

# 6 BAR CONT., TYP. (NO SPLICE ALLOWED)

TOP OF PRECAST ROOF PANEL

#4 STIRRUPS

CONCRETE TOPPING SLABE REINFORCED BOND TO PRECAST WITH 2 PART ADHESIVE. 5 S-501

DEPTH GAUGE DETAIL 3/4" = 1'-0"

83 4" 4"

8'-4"

212"

(10 SPACES AT 10" O.C.)

1/4" MINIMUM AMPLITUDE ROUGHENED TOP SURFACE 1'-4" TYP.

#4 STIRRUPS, SEE CROSS SECTION

(3 SPACES AT 1'-1 1/2" O.C.)

27'-2" 1'-212"

18"x18"x3/8" FIBERGLASS PLATE

1" RADIUS, TYP.

SCALE: 3/4"=1'-0"

3'-412"

3" DIAMETER PVC SCREW CAP PAINTE BRIGHT ORANGE W UV RESISTANT PAIN

WATER PROOFING, FLASHING, AND SEALING IN CONFORMANCE WITH MAINF. RECOMMENDATIONS

STIRRUP TYPE "3"

SCALE: 3/4"=1'-0"

(10 SPACES AT 10" O.C.)

1/2" DIAMETER x 4" LG. HEADED STUDS AT 12" O.C. (START 8" FROM) EACH SIDE.

412"

SECTION Y-Y #10 BARS CONT., TYP. (NO SPLICE ALLOWED)

SCALE: 3/4"=1'-0"

4 S-501

PRECAST ROOF PANEL DETAIL 3/4" = 1'-0"

NOTES: PROVIDE ELECTRICAL CONTINUITY WITHIN THE PRECAST ROOF PANEL BY BONDING AT 5 LINEAR FEET INTERVALS ACROSS TOP OF STIRRUPS TO END ANGLES IN ONE DIRECTION. IN THE OTHER DIRECTION, FROM BOTTOM PLATE TO #4 REINFORCEMENT

10"

3 4" 8 4"

1" RADIUS, TYP.

STIRRUP TYPE "2"

SCALE: 3/4"=1'-0"

212"

412"

61 4"

33 4"

1'-0"

61 4"

L 3 1/2" x 6" x 3/8" LLH

x127'-2"SECTION LG. (TYP.) 3/4" = 1'-0" S-304

412"

#4 STIRRUPS 1" RADIUS, TYP.

SCH 80 3" DIAMETE PIPE WITH BASE FL BONDED TO GRF PL WITH 2 PART WATE ADHESIVE.

(4) #10 BARS CONT. AS SHOWN, TYP.

SCALE: 3/4"=1'-0"

135 DEGREE HOOK

8'-0"

L4x3x3/8 x 0'-8" LG. (LLV) 14'-6" SEE PLAN FOR SPACING, SEE 2/S-302 BOND TO REINFORCING.

1'-0"

9"

3"

1'-6"

10"

63 4" 91 4"

318"

33 4" TYP.

87

3"

53 32"

2'-0"

5'-0"

3" 5116" TYP.

1' - 6" x 2' - 0" FOUNDATION KEY

STIRRUP TYPE "1" Y

91 4" 63 4"

# 6 BAR CONT., TYP.

105 8"

8"

6"

4"x6"x3/8" PL. AT EA. EMBED L4x3x3/8 x 0'-8" LG. (LLV), SEE PLAN FOR SPACING. SEE 2/S-303

#4 HORZ. REINF. AT STIRRUP SPACING STIRRUP TYPE "2"

73 8"

3" TYP.

31116"

STIRRUP TYPE "3"

No. 5 AT 12" O.C.

#4 BAR AT 5'-0" O.C. MAX, EACH SIDE. WELDED TO HORIZ. REINF. AND ANGLE FOR ELECTRICAL CONTINUITY (SEE NOTE 6 ON S102)

112"

3" CLR

TOP OF ROOF PLANK ROUGHENED TO 1/4" AMPLITUDE MINIMUM


15 Summer Semester Co-Op

VanKerchove, a client of Gregory Gates Architect LLC, wanted all new floors, a newly constructed entry way and outdoor decking, and a remodel of their master bedroom, master bathroom, and garage. After being shown three schemes and discussing the positives and negatives of each, the images shown are the client’s final decision. This project gave me a wellrounded experience due to the scope of VanKerchove’s wants. I learned how a new construction project takes place, as well as a remodel. All of the plans, sections, and elevations were created using AutoCAD for this project.

VanKerchove


VanKerchove Remodel

Residential

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17 Fall Semester Co-Op

Schwartz

Schwartz, another client of Gregory Gates Architect LLC, wanted: an addition to the house, that would become a master suite, the addition of a garage, a remodeling of the first floor design to incorporate an aquarium, and additional landscaping features. I enjoyed working on this project because of the individuality and creativity that Schwartz demanded from our designs. This opportunity also allowed to increase my understanding of the proportioning of rooms, by building a physical model to visualize what we were modeling in AutoCAD.

FIRST LEVEL PROPOSAL PLAN A


Schwartz Remodel

Residential

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FIRST LEVEL PROPOSAL PLAN B


19 Spring Semester Co-op While at Emersion Design, my coworkers and I used Revit to document the Muntz building on the University of Cincinnati’s Blue Ash campus. We used this model as a chart to show clientele which areas of the building were being most occupied to assist in deciding where the renovation should take place. We did so by using heat signatures of the rooms, all hours of the day, for weeks. The tricky part in documenting the Muntz building was interpreting blueprints from the 1960’s because the building was poorly documented and some of the renovations done over the years were missing. As a result of this missing information, a coworker and I went on site to take field measurements and update our plans.

Muntz


Muntz UC Blue Ash Remodel

Learning

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21 Fall Semester Co-Op A project that I was fortunate enough to be involved in, during my time with Gregory Gates Architect LLC, was the new Gorilla exhibit at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens. We wanted to create an environment where the gorillas’ needs were of the utmost importance. This forced us to take into consideration their strength and intelligence, as well as environmental needs such as trees, vines, and natural sunlight. The new exhibit also got equipped with a more energyefficient stream and waterfall. With the new design the gorillas can be seen year-round giving visitors a greater opportunity to learn about them. One contribution I made to the project, was building a 1/4� scale model of the exhibit to investigate roofing, structure, and environmental details before they were put into a Revit and Autocad model.

Gorilla


Cincinnati Zoo

Zoo Works

LOWER LEVEL PLAN

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23 Summer Semester Co-Op Another project I participated on while at Gregory Gates Architect LLC was Yellowstone. Yellowstone is a part of the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens’ ten year plan. They want to expand their property by acquiring nearby housing and developing it into their own version Yellowstone National Park. To start the project, I was given a list of animals the zoo had an interest in taking on, and was tasked with researching precedents and regulations placed on the animal’s enclosures. I also researched their behaviors in order to better implement designs specific to their needs. To better visualize the surrounding area in question, it was my responsibility to construct an 1/8” topographical model including current housing and the zoo’s current structures.

Yellowstone


Cincinnati Zoo

Zoo Works

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Portfolio 2018  

selected works

Portfolio 2018  

selected works

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