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Portfolio

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KLM

Ka t hl e e n Ly nn Maciejko


KLM

Resume

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Facade Reaction

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Proportional Response

p. 10 - 15

Triangular Landscape

p. 16 - 19

Class Photos

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KLM

K at hl een Lynn Maci ej k o

13828 Sandra Lane Crestwood, IL 60445 (708) 743-5556 kmacie3@gmail.com

EDUCATION

SKILLS

University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee Milwaukee, WI Master of Architecture Concentrations: Historic Preservation, Real Estate Development Study Abroad France and England 2012

May 2013

University of Illinois at Chicago Chicago, IL Bachelor of Science in Archiecture End of the Year Show Nominee 2011

May 2011

WORK EXPERIENCE University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee Sept. 2012 - Present School of Architecture and Urban Planning Resource Center Milwaukee, WI Student Employee Assist students with research Graphic design work Updating the image database Absolute Vision Care Crestwood, IL Aug. 2005 - Present Optical Technician Preliminary diagnostic examiner and specialty testing Sales, distribution, repair and adjustment of contact lens and glasses Responsible for financial transactions Administrative support

Historic Preservation Development Process Presentation Skills Group Collaboration Real Estate Finance Diagramming Research Precedents

COMPUTER SKILLS AutoCAD Sketch-Up Rhino Revit Photoshop Illustrator InDesign Acrobat Powerpoint Excel

ACTIVITIES American Institute of Architecture Students Aug. 2011 - Present Freedom by Design 2011 - 2012 Volunteer for the Cream of the Cream City Awards 2011 3


Facade Reaction Term: Spring 2012 Instructor: James Shields, FAIA, Associate Professor Project Title: Comprehensive Studio Assignment: Design a water incubator lab with a total budget of $3 million located at the Inner Harbor in Milwaukee; complete set of construction documents and wooden scaled model Response:

A site-cast building with a copper rain screen, okatech windows and glazing. The program inspires the linear form, site plan and materials. The copper panels are bent to patina at different rates and locations. Double-heighted glazing emphasizes the breaks in the form and creates views to the harbor and canal. Steps down to the water creates seating and a river walk. Software: AutoCAD, Revit, Sketch-Up, Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign

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Two Part Stainless Steel Flashing

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EPDM Air and Water Vapor Barrier

6” Rigid Insulation Welding Plate with Tie

6” Steel Stud Wall 3” Water Cups

6” Precast Concrete Panel

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Proportional Response Term: Fall 2011 Instructor: Matthew Jarosz, Historic Preservation Chair Project Title: Unity Temple Expansion Assignment: Design educational center expansion to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple located in Oak Park, IL Response:

The expansion takes the proportions of Unity Temple and applies them to the new construction, while new arguments are brought to the site. The use of a reflective pool and below-grade entrance with the appearance of a floating facade give the expansion an identity of its own while complementing the temple. Software: AutoCAD, Sketch-Up, Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign

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Storage Classrooms/Offices/Meeting Rooms

Cafe

Youth Center/Archives/Assembly Space

Bathrooms

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Triangular Landscape Term: Fall 2012 Instructor: Professor Harvey Rabinowitz Project Title: Urban and Community Design Assignment: Design a 40-acre masterplan within the county grounds in Milwaukee; 8 blocks based on client design strategies while responding to the urban context Response:

The copper-paneled office building creates an obelisk for the masterplan and landscape, that intensifies as it approaches the storefront retail facing the open courtyards and streets with slate-paneled housing above. The facades facing the triangular open space mimic the pattern to draw people to the center of the masterplan. The landscape folds to create an outdoor theater and covered farmers market while still acting as a green space. Software: AutoCAD, Sketch-Up, Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign

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Office/Retial 45% Parking 42% Residential 14%

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Class Photos Term: Spring 2011 Instructor: Paul Preissner, Assistant Professor UIC Project Title: Generic City Assignment: To create a generic city regardless of any site influences Response:

The group decided to create a generic city of 250 wooden blocks that are 4” by 4” by 12” with 20 unique buildings within the city. The 20 designs were based on ironic photos the group researched. The idea of class photos evolved when the connection between the ironic photos and the awkward experience of middle school was observed, as each building began to develop its own personality. Software: Photoshop and InDesign

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UIC School Grade 4 April 27,2011

First Row: Troner Second Row (L-R): Long Cat, Chunky, Chippy, Leaner, Cozy, Sad Building, Split Facey, ‘The’ Veteran, Quilty, Normal Third Row (L-R): Slumpy, Poop Sock, Shacky, Pillows, Normal, Stretch, Melty, Double Stuft, Gym Sock Fourth Row: Pizza Boy

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