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KELSEY GALVIN

PORTFOLIO


CONTENTS

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ROWHOUSE

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FILM INSTITUTE

FOLLY PROJECT

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ARMATURE

5

ART PAVILION

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INSERTION

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ARMATURE

SITE AND ATMOSPHERIC STUDIES

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PERSONAL WORK


ROWHOUSE ATMOSPHERIC COLLAGE AND SECTION MODEL

The Rowhouse studies ways a long narrow site can produce a cohousing residence. The massing is of this building is based of creating four separate individual spaces, bedrooms for four separate people who are not related , which protrude through a row of louvers which provide screening from nearby neighbors, allow natural light to enter the interior spaces and directs views out toward the nearby bridge. The house is designed so that each resident gets their own individual space but the rest is very open very public living space that can be accessed and used by all residents.


MASSING DIAGRAMS AND MASSING MODELS


ITERATIVE DIAGRAMS AND FLOOR PLANS


SECTION PERSPECTIVES AND LIGHTING STUDIES


FILM INSTITUTE MODELS

The Film Institute project focused on creating a space to study and shoot films on a site with an existing building in Over the Rhine, Cincinnati. The massing is based off an extrusion and shift of the existing structure which is then rotated 30 degrees in order to let more light in and allow an auditorium to be placed near the entrance where everyone will feel welcome to sit in and learn as they enter the institute.


SECTION PERSPECTIVE COLLAGES


FINAL PRESENTATION


FINAL PRESENTATION

WC WC

Classroom

Classroom

Artist Residence

Office Pool

Second Floor


FOLLY PROJECT

PROCESS WORK AND MODELS Focusing on light and shadow as well as framing the view of the folly projects around it. Screened from the busy walkway it creates a tranquil resting place to look out over the other nearby folly projects.

Made in collaboration with Andrew Bemmes, David Plent, Nolan Sablak, Dila Yavasir, Joanna Aviles, Joseph Callewaert, Katie Thieman, Adam Baca


FOLLY PHOTOS


ART PAVILION SITE STUDY

Abstract collage studying the extension and extrusion of existing conditions of a site which was applies to a 3D powder print studying how these abstractions could inform a three dimensional form.


OUTDOOR ART PAVILION

Study of what it would mean to have an outdoor art gallery defined by only the roof and the floor, no walls, in order to create a way to experience art truly in nature.


INSERTION COLLAGES

The insertion project creates an interruption in the Wolfson Building graduate studio in the University of Cincinnati School of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. It breaks up the space on the third floor creating an interesting place to congregate and work around. It acts as seating as well as a divider to break up the rectangular form of the space and create new and interesting perspective to inspire new and different ways of looking at, and learning from, the everyday spaces found around you.


ELEVATION, MODEL AND PLAN


ARMATURE

COLLAGE AND ELEVATIONS

The armature project is about how the plaster form works as a joint to hold the pieces of bass wood up they work together to create the sculptural form, without this joint the pieces will not stand.


ARMATURE PHOTOS


SITE AND ATMOSPHERIC STUDIES SITE DIAGRAMS

Site diagram mapping gathering spaces, walk ways, water runoff, and informational stations.

Site diagram shows how the views out of the site are affected by the vegetation and the slope of the site.

Site diagram of layers of vegetation ranging from exposed dirt and rock to dense tree cover.


COLLAGES

Collages include section perspective spacial collage, atmospheric collage, and collage exploring layering and stacking masses.


PERSONAL WORK 2D WORK

Two dimensional works include mediums such as charcoal, graphite, digital collage and 35mm film photography.


SCULPTURES

Three dimensional sculptures , not a part of current design studies at the University of Cincinnati. The works are primarily ceramic but also include basswood, cardboard, plaster, soapstone and reed sculptures. Some works are part of a study about the interaction of multiply forms and the negative spaces created around and between these positive forms. They are inspired by nature and natural land formations.


SCULPTURES


SCULPTURES


THANK YOU


KELSEY GALVIN EDUCATION University of Cincinnati class of 2019

Cincinnati, OH Bachelors of Science in Architecture College of Design,Architecture, Ar t and Planning

UniversitÊ de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour Summer 2016 Pau, France Study abroad experience (studying French language)

Hamilton Southeastern High School class of 2015 Fishers, IN Honors Diploma

WORK EXPERIENCE Bohlin Cwyinski Jackson

San Francisco, CA Co-op fall semester 2017 Position- Intern

Herscoe Hajjar Architects

Naples, FL Co-op spring semester 2017 Position- Intern Architect

Waycross Camp and Conference Center

Morgantown, IN Summer 2015 Position- Summer Camp Counselor Cared for children between the ages of 6 and 15 at an overnight camp

SKILLS

Photoshop InDesign Illustrator Photography Collage

Rhinoceros Revit AutoCad SketchUp

Hand Drafting Model Building Sculpture French Language

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