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Kristian S. Fosholt LEED AP BD+C  www.kristianfosholt.com  kristian.fosholt@gmail.com  [720] 937 ‐ 8354    EXPERIENCE 

EDUCATION 

Perkins+Will                                                                                                     09/2012 ‐ Present  Arch II, Design Technology Leader  San Francisco, CA   Design and coordination with owner/consultants in various phases   Construction administration for Design‐Assist Design‐Build Project   Provide learning seminars and support for digital design applications  Stanford University                                                                                        01/2012 ‐ Present  Visiting Lecturer for Digital Technology Course   CEE 133/233: Integrated Modeling, Production and Delivery   Course content created in collaboration with Professor Glenn Katz   Lectures on a work flow utilizing several design/modeling programs   3D printing as presentation medium for the work created  Studio Daniel Libeskind                                                                               09/2007 – 09/2011  Architectural Designer  New York, NY   Design for conceptual, schematic and construction phases   Coordination for international large‐scale projects   3D Modeling, rendering and presentation   Document preparation and submission  KTGY Group, Inc.                                                                                          05/2006 – 09/2006  Intern Architect  Irvine, CA   Multi‐family and single family residential design and presentation   Project research and development  Stanford University                                                                                       09/2011 – 06/2012  Master of Science: Sustainable Design and Construction  Stanford, CA  California Polytechnic State University                                                09/2002 – 06/2007  Bachelor of Architecture  San Luis Obispo, CA   5 year accredited program, graduated magna cum laude  California State University Florence                                                     08/2005 – 05/2006  Florence, Italy   1 year study abroad program in architecture, language and art 

ACCOMPLISHMENTS  2007 National ACSA/AISC Steel Design Competition  3rd Place in open category, Published in Competition Summary  2012 Winner of Swinerton Sustainability Challenge: Biomimicry  Stanford’s interdisciplinary team competition course: pbl.stanford.edu/  Counter Point: Daniel Libeskind (2008)  Collaborator on projects included in publication  Volunteer at 2009 Beyond Media Festival in Florence, Italy  Volunteer at 2013 LEAP Sandcastle Building Contest in San Francisco, CA  SKILLS 

Digital Design: Rhino, Revit, 3D Max, AutoCAD, Grasshopper, Vasari, Ecotect,  Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat, Dreamweaver, Flash, Final Cut Pro  Digital Organization: MS Office, MS Project, Vico, Keynote  Extensive Experience In: Public speaking/presentation, Collaborative Team  Projects, Design Tools Education, Travel and Cultural Immersion  Other: Proficient Italian (speaking and writing) 


Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital

PERKINS+WILL

└ Half-climate walkway

└ Main Lobby

└ Cafeteria

KRISTIAN S. FOSHOLT

└ Pedestrian view of main entry from adjacent site

Location: Stanford, California (Under Construction) Scope: Perkins+Will scope includes design of building envelope, core, interior public spaces and design intent of site landscape. Perkins+Will contracted for concept design through construction. IPD approach with design-assist designbuild collaboration plan. Construction to be completed 2017. 500,000 sq ft GFA. Team: Perkins+Will, HGA, DPR, Degenkolb, Mazzetti, Clark Pacific, ECS, Sandis Experience: • Constuction Documentation (Revit) • Construction Administration and Coordination • Design of integrated graphic frit patterns for 4SSG IGU’s • 3D modeling and BIM management • Project team management (team work-flows for pre and post permit revisions) • On-site representation for Perkins+Will with the owner and OSHPD • OAC & other construction/coordination meetings, Mock-up coordination and reviews

PROFESSIONAL WORK


Hyundai Green Smart Building

PERKINS+WILL

└ Office facade

└ Aerial, lab facade

└ Entry sequence diagram

KRISTIAN S. FOSHOLT

└ Primary pedestrian entry

Location: Seoul, South Korea (In Progress) Scope: Labs for testing sustainable technology, offices, sample units to display residential spaces and sustainable technologies. Perkins+Will responsible for concept through design development. Original scheme included 5,000 sqm GFA. Scope evolved throughout the process and the team followed a design-build approach with an extemely abbreviated schedule. Team: Perkins+Will, HDA • 3D workflow (begin with rhino for concept and work into revit for schematic) • 3D modeling and BIM management (preparation of various modeling platforms) • Presentations • Coordination with design-build team in Korea • Coorination with renderer • Documentation

PROFESSIONAL WORK


Kö-Bogen

STUDIO DANIEL LIBESKIND

└ Entrance along Ersatzstraße

└ Storefront in ground level courtyard

└ South Facade Louvers

└ Aerial view of both phases of the mixed-use complex

KRISTIAN S. FOSHOLT

└ View from the ground level courtyard

Location: Düsseldorf, Germany (Completed 2013) Scope: Retail/Office mixed-use complex with 40,000 sqm GFA. 2 phases connected by office level bridge. 3 floors of office above 3 floors of retail. Varying facades for orientation and context. Passive sustainable strategies for exterior envelope include sun-shading and green roofs/courtyards. Team: Studio Daniel Libeskind, Zechbau Gmbh, NAi, Murphy Facade Studio+Infacon Experience: • Design development of facades (rationalization and modulation) • 3D modeling and 2D detailing • Presentation and Working Renderings • CD’s for exterior envelope

PROFESSIONAL WORK


└ View from a typical mid-rise unit

└ View from the canal

KRISTIAN S. FOSHOLT

Corals at Keppel Bay └ Aerial View of entire development

STUDIO DANIEL LIBESKIND

Location: Singapore (Under Construction) Scope: 48,000 sqm GFA residential development with 366 units ranging from 1 to 4 bedrooms. SDL responsible for design and documentation of exterior building envelope, and design intent for interiors and landscape. 11 residential podiums ranging from 5-12 levels above ground with recreational gym/pool and shared subterranean garage. Team: Studio Daniel Libeskind, DCA Architects, T.Y.LIN, WOH HUP Experience: • Concept Design through to CD’s • 3D modeling and 2D documentation • Design Presentations • CD’s for exterior envelope

PROFESSIONAL WORK


Guggenheim Museum STUDIO DANIEL LIBESKIND

└ Entrance and Lobby

└ Sections

└ Site Plan - connection to new Vilnius

KRISTIAN S. FOSHOLT

└ Aerial from northeast - walkable green roof integrated into the landscape

Location: Vilnius, Lithuania (Unbuilt) Scope: 4 month invite competition for a new 12,000 sqm Guggenheim Museum with galleries from the Hermitage. Team: Studio Daniel Libeskind, ARUP, AMD Experience: • Conceptual Design and coordination with structural • 3D modeling • Documentation • Render coordination • Physical modeling • Presentation design

PROFESSIONAL WORK


STUDIO DANIEL LIBESKIND

Cap Grace └ Aerial View of Masterplan └ Kitchen/Lounge

└ iPad directory/Lobby

└ Le centre global de climat - Museum

└ Canals and pedestrian ways

└ Site Plan - man-made peninsula masterplan

Location: Redwood City, CA (Completed 2013) Scope: 60,000 sq ft interior fit-out for Stanford University Libraries offices with a minimal budget. Team: Perkins+Will, Redwood Electric, • Preparation and Management of BIM model (Revit) • Coordination with interior designer and consultants • Interior detailing (CD’s) • Permitting

425 Broadway

PERKINS+WILL

└ Aerial View of Masterplan

Location: Monte Carlo, Monaco (Unbuilt) Scope: Masterplan of the new island and the design of several buildings including a climate museum. Team: Studio Daniel Libeskind, ARUP, West 8, Arata Isozaki Architects, Monte Carlo Sea Land • Conceptual through schematic design • Presentation coordination • 3D modeling and Documentation • Consultant coordination

KRISTIAN S. FOSHOLT

└ Team room and open office

PROFESSIONAL WORK


Death Of The Freeway CAL POLY 2007 - THESIS

└ Entrance and Lobby

└ Central terminal

└ Aerial view from southwest

Location: Los Angeles, CA - 405/105 interchange Overview: A hypothetical study of a future where petroleum prices and availability have forced Los Angeles to adopt more mass transit. A low impact solution is explored to adapt current freeway infrastructure to be used for rail transit, and as a result every interchange in Los Angeles becomes an integrated transit hub. Thesis case study occurs at interchange closest to LAX. └ Aerial view from northeast

└ Site Plan

└ Existing subway line running through terminal

└ Transit hub sections

KRISTIAN S. FOSHOLT

└ Freeway converted to elevated park

• Existing freeway structure integrated into transit hub • Regional rail, local rail, bus and personal auto are all integrated • New rail lines to run along existing freeway corridor • Portions of freeway converted to pedestrian parks • Pedestrian parks connect neighborhoods divided by freeways • Structural steel trees and trusses are required to achieve necessary spans and interact with geometry of existing infrastructure • Central terminal provides retail and dining • Implemented Revit modeling early on in the process

ACADEMIC WORK


Pine Cone STANFORD 2012

└ 3D section of auditorium, large classroom, and faculty offices

└ Auditorium

└ Section through atrium

KRISTIAN S. FOSHOLT

└ Main entrance plaza

Location: Reno, NV - University of Nevada Scope: 40,000 sqft university building for the engineering school. Strict limitations on footprint and building height, as well as sustainability goals provided challenges requiring an interdisciplinary solution. Biomimicry as a design theme. Team: Interdisciplinary teams collaborated for 4 months in a competition judged by industry professionals. Teams were collocated around the world and included 1 architect, 2 structural engineers, 1 MEP engineer and a CM. Design: Our team chose the pine cone as a source of inspiration for biomimicry both formally and functionally. My role as the architect required coordination with all team members from the beginning of concept design. Integration: The team implemented BIM early on so that every discipline could improve collaboration. The Pine Cone team won the Swinerton Biomimicry award at the conclusion of the course after all teams presented their projects.

ACADEMIC WORK


Net Zero Research Center STANFORD 2012 └ Daylighting strategy

└ Central retail atrium with diffused skylight

└ Lab space - open plan

Location: New York, NY - Meatpacking District Scope: Warehouse is to be adapted for retail, restaurants, and a large theatre. Energy Model: The team built an energy model from scratch to analyze the implementation of sustainable approaches in mechanical systems. Design: Balanced natural lighting, solar orientation/shading, & natural ventilation for passive approaches • Air side economizer and chilled beams for HVAC • Geothermal system with radiant slabs for heating • PV and solar thermal for renewable energy • High R-value building materials

Net Zero Mixed-Use STANFORD 2012

└ South facade - solar optimization

└ Water collection and distribution

└ Aerial view of warehouse

└ Built into slope for passive insulation strategy

Location: Lake Tahoe, CA Scope: An off the grid, self sustained research facility with lab space and housing designed for a peak of 8 researchers, and an average of 4. • High r-value building materials • Orientation for southern exposure optimization • Build into the slope to use earth as insulation • Water collection and gray water system • Solar thermal and pv panels on car port • Overhangs and light shelves for daylighting • Salvaged local materials

KRISTIAN S. FOSHOLT

└ Typical retail space

ACADEMIC WORK


NPR Radio Station CAL POLY 2005 └ Interior atrium

└ Aerial of creekside patio

└ Connecting bridge

└ Nighttime street view

└ Auditorium interior

Location: Stanford, CA Scope: Conceptual design of an addition to engineering quad design on Stanford campus. Workflow: Took advantage of coursework to experiment with various modeling platforms being utilized for each of their strengths. • Base geometry of existing context imported from Revit into Rhino as reference for concept work • Formal base forms created using Rhino • Grasshopper used to create randomized features • Rhino final forms linked into Revit • Create Revit native geometry from linked Rhino file

3D Workflow Study STANFORD 2011

└ Creekside design perspective

└ Design through perspective sketches

KRISTIAN S. FOSHOLT

└ Storefront along Chorro Street

Location: San Luis Obispo, CA - Chorro Street Scope: Radiostation and commercial space on a site that spans the San Luis Creek and is adjacent to the San Luis Mission • Form and use derived from site and context • Commercial on ground level, radiostation on 2nd • Rear patio with performance space open to San Luis Creek

└ Unique building forms created with Rhino/Grasshopper linked into Revit to utilize BIM

ACADEMIC WORK


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