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KIMYA SALARI


My goal in my life and career is to be better every day. No matter how hard it will be... I am going to live it the best and the most special way that is possible. Kimya :)


My journey....


Education: Master of Architecture

Iowa state university, IA, U.S.A 2015-Present (expect to graduate in 2018)

Master of Design in Sustainable Environment Iowa state university, IA, USA 2015-Present (expect to graduate in 2018)

Bachelor of Architectural engineering University of Art, Tehran, Iran 2010-2014 GPA: 3.47

Kimya Salari

Publication:

Tell: (515) -735-6460, Email: Kimia.salari@gmail.com, ksalari@iastate.edu

Accepted abstract for UAA 2018

Torento, Canada poster: An index for measuring social sustainability in urban areas

Accepted paper for NCBDS 2018

Cincinnati. OH, USA Dimensions of social sustainability in urban areas

Affiliation & Leadership: American Institute of Architecture, Student chapter 2015-Present Vice Presiden of Graduate Students in Architecture 2017-Present

Refrences: Andrea Wheeler

Related Experiences: andrea1@iastate.edu

Associate Professor, Architecture Iowa State University

Thomas Leslie:

tleslie@iastate.edu

Director of Graduate Education, Dept. of Architecture Iowa State University

Deborah Hauptmann

deborah@iastate.edu

professor and chair of architrecture department Iowa State University

Countries I have visited: Iran

U.S.A.

Participating in Student Cote competition 2016 Participating in Student ULI competition 2017 Participating in photography exhibition 2011

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North Cyprus

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Thailand

Indonesia

India

Malesia

China

Singapore Macao


Experiences:

Skils:

Internship at South Valley Drywall llc Litteton, CO , U.S.A June 2017- Aug 2017 • Creating constructional detail • Develop an easy process to prepare shop drawing • Initiating using Hololens for the company • Writing programs to increase revit capacity for company purpose

Revit

Graduate Research assistant Iowa state university, IA , U.S.A. Aug 2017 - now ,working with Prof. Andrea Wheeler • Helping for translation a book from German • Preparing grant proposal • Helping to plan events

Rhino AutoCad 3Ds Max Sketch Up Sefira Diva Ecotect Coolvent Illustrator

Graduate assistant for Design Research Committee Iowa state university, IA , U.S.A. Jan 2018 - Present • Planning for meeting • Finding Grant opportunities

InDesign V-ray Lumion Maxwell

Graduate Teaching assistant Iowa state university, IA , U.S.A. Jan 2016 - May 2017

M.M.P

• Helping a group of students during their lab time for Sci-Tech • Grading • Helping students with their research projects

Dynamo

GIS

• Internship at Novin Shahr Zagros Consulting Engineers Office Kermanshah, Iran .Summer 2012 • Developed design concepts a • Preparing digital models • Preparing renders

BIM

Awards & Grants: Graduate Award 2016 -2017_2018

Kocimski award

Languages:

2018

Farsi

For peresenting in a conference

GPSS grant

English

2018

For peresenting in a conference

Arabic Hong kong

Tunisia

South Africa

Mauritius

Bulgaria

Norway

Denmark

France

Czech Republic England Belgium Russia

Germany Poland

Netherlands Greece Spain

U.S.A.

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Content Dunlap Arboretum Pavilion Design build

Maritime and Aviation museum Design

Jahanshahr Hospital Function based design

Oreon Scott Chapel Redefining space with an Intervention

Sensational Space Shifter Abstracting and modular design

Hogback Bridge Structure model of existing structure

Manilla Carvanserai Adaptive reuse net zero design

Technical drawing

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Seattle Maritime and Aviation Museum: Fall 2017 Seattle, WA, USA Collaboration

This project was a 3 people group project trying to design a maritime and aviation museum in Gasworks Park Seattle. Gasworks park is one of the popular destination for people and has an active social life within it. The design goal in this project was to design a sustainable project socially, environmentally and economically. The goal was achieved through improving connection of water, urban and park and provide spaces for social interaction and engaging public. Design allows society to use public spaces within museum. We designed a clear experiential circulation for individuals through galleries and museum space. Our approach was a modular approach to find the best solution for complex problems in design. The final result is a sustainable building, by using strategies to obtain require natural light,, use natural resources like CLT . In terms of social sustainability, the design encourage social interaction between users, addressing very class of users and it has created an extra destination withing gasworks park while it respects to the current use of the park.

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Amphitheater

Parking Plaza

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The modular design of the project helped the structure design. With a simple method of columns and girders we managed the structure of the bridge area on level 3 and by using cables and rods we managed the second level on exhibition. In the last two levels of exhibition we have a consistent truss patten along the path and this truss system helps to solve the wide span areas in the structure. A

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Timber Fin 2’*9’6”

CLT Wall

Attachment Clip

+78’ 00”

Glass Guardrail

Glass Guardrail

Metal Flashing

Metal Flashing

Extensive Vegetation (Seadums, etc.)

Extensive Vegetation (Seadums, etc.)

Soil Moisture Portals

Soil Moisture Portals +78’ 00”

Polypropylene or EPDM Slip Sheet, Edges Overlapped & Seamed Bonding Adhesive Drain Moisture Barrier Insulation Adhesive Rigid Insulation

Slope 1%

Metal Flashi

Extensive Ve

Polypropylene or EPDM Slip Sheet, Edges Overlapped & Seamed Bonding Adhesive Drain Moisture Barrier Insulation Adhesive Rigid Insulation

Slope 1%

Soil Moisture Po

+78’ 00”

Polypropyle Bonding Ad Drain Moisture Ba Insulation A Rigid Insulat

Slope 1%

CLT Roof Panel of 5 3/4 in.

CLT Roof Panel of 5 3/4 in.

CLT Roof Pan

Steel plate 2’*2’@12’

Steel plate 2’*2’@12’

Steel plate 2

2’*5’ Glulam CLT Girder

2’*5’ Glulam CLT Girder

2’*5’ Glulam

Double glazed Glazing Unit

Double glazed Glazing Unit

Vertical Mullions

Vertical Mullions

Horizental Mullions

Horizental Mullions

Rigid Insulat

CLT Wall

Timber Fin 2’*9’6”

CLT Wall

Attachment Clip Glass Guardrail

Glass Guardrail

Metal Flashing

Metal Flashing

Extensive Vegetation (Seadums, etc.)

Extensive Vegetation (Seadums, etc.)

Soil Moisture Portals

Soil Moisture Portals

Timber Fin 2’*9’6”

+78’ 00”

Polypropylene or EPDM Slip Sheet, Edges Overlapped & Seamed Bonding Adhesive Drain Moisture Barrier Insulation Adhesive Rigid Insulation CLT Roof Panel of 5 3/4 in.

CLT Roof Panel of 5 3/4 in.

Steel plate 2’*2’@12’

Steel plate 2’*2’@12’

2’*5’ Glulam CLT Girder

2’*5’ Glulam CLT Girder

Attachment Clip

Extensive Vegetation (Seadums, etc.)

+78’ 00”

Polypropylene or EPDM Slip Sheet, Edges Overlapped & Seamed Bonding Adhesive Drain Moisture Barrier Insulation Adhesive Rigid Insulation

Slope 1%

Slope 1%

+78’ 00” Slope 1%

Vertical Mullions Particleboard panel of 7/8 in.

+60’ 00”

Metal Flashing

Double glazed Glazing Unit

Vertical Mullions

Vertical Mullions

Horizental Mullions

Vertical Mullions

Metal Flashing

CLT Overlapped Roof Panel of& 5Seamed 3/4 in. Polypropylene or EPDM Slip Sheet, Edges Bonding Adhesive Drain Steel plate 2’*2’@12’ Moisture Barrier Insulation Adhesive Rigid Insulation

Polypropylene or EPDM Slip Sheet, Edges Overlapped & Seamed Bonding Adhesive Drain Moisture Barrier Insulation Adhesive Rigid Insulation

2’*5’ Glulam CLT Girder

Particleboard panel of 7/8 in. Particleboard panel of 7/8 in. Metal Flashing Lumber Sleepers of 1 5/8 in. Extensive Vegetation (Seadums, etc.) Perimeter low-voltage fan coils heating/cooling 3-layer of CLT panel of 5 3/4 in.

+42’ 00”

Polypropylene or EPDM Slip Sheet, Edges Overlapped & Seamed Particleboard panel of 7/8 in. Bonding Adhesive Lumber Sleepers of 1 5/8 in. Extensive Vegetation (Seadums, etc.) Drain Perimeter low-voltage fan coils heating/cooling Moisture Barrier Insulation Adhesive 3-layer of CLT panel of 5 3/4 in. Soil Rigid Insulation Moisture Portals

CLT Roof Panel of 5 3/4 in.

CLT Wall

Glass Guardrail

Soil Moisture Portals

00” Steel plate+78’ 2’*2’@12’ Slope 1%

2’*5’ Glulam CLT Girder

2’*5’ Glulam CLT Girder

Steel plate 2’*2’@12’ Double glazed Glazing Unit

CLT Wall

Metal Flashing

Glass Guardrail

Insulation

Extensive Vegetation (Seadums, etc.) Soil Moisture Portals

Screen Holder Steel plate 2’*2’@12’

+78’ 00” Slope 1%

2’*5’ Glulam CLT Girder

Soil Moisture Portals

CLT Roof Panel of 5 3/4 in.

Steel plate 2’*2’@12’

Steel plate 2’*2’@12’

Insulation

Double glazed Glazing Unit

Double glazed Glazing Unit

Vertical Mullions

Vertical Mullions

Steel plate 2

Polypropylene or EPDM Slip Sheet, Edges Overlapped & Seamed Bonding Adhesive Drain Moisture Barrier Insulation Adhesive Rigid Insulation

CLT Roof Panel of 5 3/4 in.

2’*5’ Glulam CLT Girder

Rigid Insulation

Particleboard Particleboard Lumber Slee Perimeter lo 3-layer of CL

+60’ 00”

2’*5’ Glulam

Insulation

2’*5’ Glulam CLT Girder

Perforated Alminum Panels Rigid Insulation

Horizental Mullions CLT Wall

Horizental Mullions

Horizental Mullions CLT Wall

Outside

Vertical Mullions

Inside

Vertical Mullions

Particleboard panel of 7/8 in. Particleboard panel of 7/8 in. Lumber Sleepers of 1 5/8 in. Perimeter low-voltage fan coils heating/cooling 3-layer of CLT panel of 5 3/4 in. Steel plate 2’*2’@12’

Screen Holder Steel plate 2’*2’@12’

2’*5’ Glulam CLT Girder

2’*5’ Glulam CLT Girder

Particleboard panel of 7/8 in. Particleboard panel of 7/8 in. Lumber Sleepers of 1 5/8 in. Perimeter low-voltage fan coils heating/cooling 3-layer of CLT panel of 5 3/4 in.

+60’ 00”

Vertical Mullions

Steel plate 2’*2’@12’ Particleboard panel of 7/8 in. Particleboard panel of 7/8 in. Lumber Sleepers of 1 5/8 in. 2’*5’ Glulam CLT Girder Perimeter low-voltage fan coils heating/cooling 3-layer of CLT panel of 5 3/4 in.

+60’ 00”

Outside

Vertical Mullions

Inside

Insulation

2’*5’ Glulam CLT Girder

Perforated Alminum Panels

Insulation

CLT Wall

Particleboard panel of 7/8 in. Particleboard panel of 7/8 in. Lumber Sleepers of 1 5/8 in. Perimeter low-voltage fan coils heating/cooling 3-layer of CLT panel of 5 3/4 in.

+42’ 00”

Steel plate 2’*2’@12’ Insulation

Inside

CLT Wall

Particleboard panel of 7/8 in. Particleboard panel of 7/8 in. Lumber Sleepers of 1 5/8 in. Perimeter low-voltage fan coils heating/cooling 3-layer of CLT panel of 5 3/4 in.

+42’ 00”

Outside

Insulation

Particleboard panel of 7/8 in. Particleboard panel of 7/8 in. Lumber Sleepers of 1 5/8 in. Perimeter low-voltage fan coils heating/cooling 3-layer of CLT panel of 5 3/4 in.

+60’ 00”

Screen Holder Steel plate 2’*2’@12’

Steel plate 2’*2’@12’

2’*5’ Glulam CLT Girder

2’*5’ Glulam CLT Girder

Insulation

Insulation

Perforated Alminum Panels

Outside

Inside

Outside

Outside

Inside

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Inside

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Design, Build Project: Dunlap Arboretum Pavilion Summer 2016, Urbandale, IA, USA Collaboration of all students

This project was result of three month effort of 10 architecture student. Students designed and build the project. The Bishop Family Shelter is the first structure built in the recently inaugurated Dunlap Park Arboretum in Urbandale, Iowa. We worked closely with the community to ensure that the 16’ x 40’ covered park shelter could accommodate both community recreational and educational activities featured within the arboretum. The project’s location on the site, the simple form of the cedar and galvanized steel structure, and the refined level of detail in the benches, shelves, and tables reflects a purposeful approach to design that sees elegance in the interplay of these basic and profound elements. This project helped me as a student to learn more about how a structure construct and get to know about the material s like wood and how it is using on the site.

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Design Project: Jahanshahr Hospital Spring 2014 Karaj, Alborz, IR Collaboration

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What is important in designing a hospital? How we can design that function plays a vital role in the system and there are cert hospitals. Thus, in this project we tried to design a buildin

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Patient Section

Surgery Section

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Delivery Section Emergency Laboratory

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Patient Section

Radiology Physiotherapy Pharmacy Clinic Lobby Services


n a function base space, which is usually unpleasant for users into a better and friendlier space? Hospitals are places tain regulations to follow. Every space has its own story and regulations.Access is another important point in designing ng that creates a friendlier space for users while it works well in function.

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Dirty space Nursing services

Sterilized space Clean space

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Light changes the space. Oreon Scott Chapel Intervention Summer 2016 Drake university, Des Moines, IA, U.S.A Kimya Salari

Does light have capacity to change a space? Can we use natural light to lighten a specific spot during the day? In this project after scanning the Scott chapel and study it carefully,The building initially designed by Eero Sarinen. The plan is perfect. Every thing is his design is centeral . In this project,we were supposed to change something in space that change the meaning of the chapel. My project focus on light. The plan of this building is central and everything focuses on the center. I decided to change the light in a way that always lighten the northern part of the floor plan, and behind that wall, I designed a space for

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Hogback Bridge Structural Model Fall 2015 Winterset, IA, USA Group: Kimya Salari, shawn barron Noel Gonzales

Hogback Bridge is a historical bridge in Iowa. It is famous because of being part of a movie scene. People visit it regularly. This bridge has a fascinating wooden structure that grabs visitors attention. The bridge is covered, however it didn’t hide the beauty of structure, In this project we studies the structure of the bridge and learned how it works. We visited it few times and measured it ,made drawings for it. We presented our studies by making a model from the structure. This model was presented in an exhibition in Des Moines

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Sensational Space Shifters Fall 2011 Kimya Salari

Light and form are essential tool for designers. It is important to learn how to use them and explore their capacity. This project target both subject and it is one of my early experiences. Light is one of the critical components in a space. It is powerful and impact the space.You can make an space. How we can be creative by using a simple module and change space using that? This question is the subject of this project. At the first part I defined an abstract model of a pyramid, which is one of the stablest form. In the second part I tried to create a curve model out of this abstract modules. After making a half sphere from combining these modules, I turned on light inside it. The shadow was amazing and it was hard to understand what this module made from.

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Retrofitiing project: Manilla Carvanserai Market, Whiskey and shrimp, exhibition and resort Cote submission project Fall 2016 Manilla, IA, USA Collaboration

This project was about Retrofitting an abandoned building into an energy efficient building in a rural area in Midwest. This project was a result of collaboration of a group. In this project, we were facing social, economic and environmental issues and worked with the Manilla Economic Development Corporation as the owner of the building along the way.The existing, vacant building is modified into a complex that can serve the community need in a sustainable, energy efficient way. The main building of Manilla school has built in 1915 and was developed through elementary building in the west and new gym in 1973. After abundant of this building, people tend to revive the building with new program. The program is developed based on Iowa’s culture of food production. Caravanserai is a middle-eastern space, which is a place between big cities where travelers can bring products from other cities to sell, can rest and can communicate with other people.

School Gym Office

Circulation Opening size PV panels Shading devices Maintaining shell and structure

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Design Process

Market Distillery Circulation

Residential Shrimp Farming

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Technical drawings: Bus Terminal Spring 2014 Karaj, Iran

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Kimya Salari Tell: (515) -735-6460, Email: Kimia.salari@gmail.com, ksalari@iastate.edu

Selected works  
Selected works