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KRISTIN RIDGE Selected Works + Projects 2020

01 Purdue University Educational Environments: 02 University of Michigan 03 Marymount School Mixed-use Residential: 04 The Laurel Tower 05 Vista Tower Civic / Cultural: 06 Islamic Cultural Center Urbanism: 07 MĂŠriadeck Green Belt Commercial: 08 SEED's Market


01 PURDUE UNIVERSITY | MEREDITH SOUTH

Above: Street view from 1st Street entry approach.

Solomon Cordwell Buenz Role: Design Team Member Typology: Higher Education Location: West Lafayette, IN. Size: 164,430 SF / 679 Beds Client: American Campus Communities (ACC) Date: April, 2018 Status: Request for Proposal - Unbuilt

Given the urgent need for undergraduate student housing on campus, Purdue University has proposed to bring in ~1,115 new beds. The project consists of two separate student housing facilities located on two different sites, the first is the Meredith Facility. The Meredith Facility residence hall is anticipated to include a minimum of 605 beds with a building height of 6 stories at the eastern two-thirds of the building and 8 stories at the westernmost third. The requested unit mix includes double rooms in a pod style configuration, with a limited number of single and triple rooms, with communal bathrooms as well as private bathrooms within each resident advisor community. The facility also anticipates including an academic learning program with ground floor flexible academic spaces and student amenities. Throughout the duration of this project I contributed to the resident unit planning and building form, as well as all graphic and drawing documentation for the final packaged proposal.

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PROPOSED UNIT - RA UNIT 249 SQ FT

-6' Closet with Shelf and Haning Rod -Extra-Long Lofted Twin Bed -Dresser with 4 Drawers -Desk (24"x42") and Chair

WEST NEIGHBORHOOD

8 Stories / 86'-0" 42 Beds / Floor, Total 294 Beds

133 SF

201 SF

PROPOSED UNIT - POD SINGLE 133 SQ FT

PROPOSED UNIT - POD DOUBLE 201 SQ FT

-6' Closet with Shelf and Haning Rod -Extra-Long Lofted Twin Bed -Dresser with 4 Drawers -Desk (24"x42") and Chair

-6' Closet with Shelf and Haning Rod -Extra-Long Lofted Twin Bed -Dresser with 4 Drawers -Desk (24"x42") and Chair

CENTRAL NEIGHBORHOOD 6 Stories / 69'-0" 39 Beds / Floor, Total 195 Beds

298 SF

PROPOSED UNIT - POD TRIPLE 298 SQ FT -5' Closet with Shelf and Haning Rod -Extra-Long Lofted Twin Bed -Dresser with 4 Drawers -Desk (24"x42") and Chair

EAST NEIGHBORHOOD

6 Stories / 66'-0" 38 Beds / Floor, Total 190 Beds

Pod Single Pod Double Pod Triple RA Unit Lounge Spaces Circulation Bathroom Vertical Circulation Academic Retail Apartments Office Back of House Above: Axon diagram of program and massing.

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Above: Aerial view of Meredith South within neighborhood context. Below: Prominent building elevations.

ROOF 90' - 0"

Glass Brick Masonry Opaque Panel

8TH FLOOR 78' - 0" 7TH FLOOR 68' - 0" 6TH FLOOR 58' - 0" 5TH FLOOR 48' - 0" 4TH FLOOR 38' - 0" 3RD FLOOR 28' - 0" 2ND FLOOR 18' - 0"

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East Elevation

Glass Brick Patterning Brick Masonry Opaque Panel

ROOF 90' - 0" 8TH FLOOR 78' - 0" 7TH FLOOR 68' - 0" 6TH FLOOR 58' - 0" 5TH FLOOR 48' - 0" 4TH FLOOR 38' - 0" 3RD FLOOR 28' - 0" 2ND FLOOR 18' - 0"

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Student Amenities Lounge Space

Academic Flex Space

Café / Outdoor Seating

Above: Reference images of ground floor amenity/academic spaces.

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Above: Ground floor plan and student amenity opportunities.

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01 PURDUE UNIVERSITY | THIRD STREET NORTH

Above: Street view from N. Russell Street entry approach.

Solomon Cordwell Buenz Role: Design Team Member Typology: Higher Education Location: West Lafayette, IN. Size: 145,250 SF / 435 Beds Client: American Campus Communities (ACC) Date: April, 2018 Status: Request for Proposal - Unbuilt

The second of the two proposed housing projects for the University of Purdue is Third Street North. It is anticipated to include a minimum of 400 beds with a mix of semi-suite and suite units while maintaining a building height of 6 stories. The building was requested to be separated into two wings and connected by a glass enclosed bridge on floors 2-6. Recognizing the opportunities of the pedestrian axis that intersects N. Russell St. is an important principle in the massing of the building. The ground floor of the south wing was requested to include the main entrance for residents, common areas, and support spaces for the residence hall. The ground floor of the north wing was requested to include flexible space to be programmed by the University and/or the Developer. Together these two buildings hope to enliven campus academic and social wellbeing, as well as contribute to the campus aesthetic in a contextually sensible way.

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26' - 6"

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PROPOSED UNIT - SUITE DOUBLE 578 SF (-32 SF) 739 SQ FT -6' Closet with Shelf and Haning Rod -Extra-Long Lofted Twin Bed -Dresser with 4 Drawers -Desk (24"x42") and Chair

SOUTH NEIGHBORHOOD

6 Stories / 66'-0" 49 Beds / Floor, Total 245 Beds

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-1 Bathroom (Shared): -Enclosed Toilet -Enclosed Tub/Shower -Private Sinks and Vanities

-5' Closet with Shelf and Haning Rod -Extra-Long Lofted Twin Bed -Dresser with 4 Drawers -Desk (24"x42") and Chair

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-1 Bathroom (Shared): -Enclosed Toilet -Enclosed Tub/Shower -Private Sinks and Vanities

EAST NEIGHBORHOOD

6 Stories / 66'-0" 38 Beds / Floor, Total 190 Beds

Suite Double Semi-Suite Double RA Unit Lounge Spaces Circulation Vertical Circulation Academic Office Back of House Above: Axon diagram of program and massing.

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Above: Aerial view of Third St. South within neighborhood context. Below: Prominent building elevations.

Glass Brick Patterning Brick Masonry

South Elevation Glass Brick Patterning Brick Masonry Opaque Panel ROOF - 3RD 70' - 0"

6TH FLOOR 58' - 0"

5TH FLOOR 48' - 0"

4TH FLOOR 38' - 0"

3RD FLOOR 28' - 0"

2ND FLOOR 18' - 0"

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East Elevation

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Res Life Maker Space

Student Lounge

Academic Flex Space

Above: Reference images of ground floor amenity/academic spaces.

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Staff Apt Lounge/Flex Spaces Vertical Circulation Academic Office Meeting Back of House Above: Ground floor plan and student amenity opportunities.

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02 UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

Above: North Campus Entry Plaza.

Solomon Cordwell Buenz Role: Design Team Member Typology: Higher Education Location: Ann Arbor, MI. Size: 1,373,253 SF / 3,535 Beds Client: American Campus Communities (ACC) Date: August, 2018 Status: Pre-Construction Phase

For this proposal, the University of Michigan was seeking a design team and developer to construct, operate, maintain, and finance a new state-ofthe-art residential, dining, and retail mixed-use village on the University’s North Campus. The University envisioned a new, distinctive community providing approximately 1,050 graduate and 2,400 undergraduate beds with complementary support spaces to include dining, outdoor and indoor amenity spaces, laundry, administrative offices for Residential Life staff, parking to support all aspects of the Project, and limited retail serving North Campus and the greater community. The “village” was requested to include amenities that will make it an attractive place for prospective students to live, learn and play, as well as provide enhancement for faculty, students, and staff who work and learn on North Campus. Throughout the duration of this proposal I contributed to the master planning and unit planning of both undergraduate and graduated facilities, as well as all graphic and drawing documentation for the final packaged proposal. 10


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GSF 115,654 139,281 114,789 116,414 145,292 116,757 70,000

No. Beds 390 429 398 390 182 150

GRADUATE APARTMENTS TYPE G1 G2 G3 G4 G5

GSF 92,614 81,543 134,838 134,838 642,958

No. Beds 182 150 260 260 1,596

Above: Master plan of North Campus "village" with resident halls and amenities.

Plan = NTS

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Above: North Campus Village Green. Below: Building G2 - typical graduate housing floor plan and individual units.

-Double Murphy Bed -Built-in Desk -2'-2" x 6'-0" Closet

24' - 0"

23' - 6"

24' - 8"

PROPOSED UNIT - MICRO 335 SQ FT

31' - 10 3/4"

21' - 1"

13' - 8"

PROPOSED UNIT - 1BD/1BA 494 SQ FT -Double Bed -24" x 38" Desk -2'-2" x 6'-0" Closet

PROPOSED UNIT - 2BD/2BA 766 SQ FT -Double Bed -24" x 38" Desk -2'-2" x 6'-0" Closet

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Plan = NTS


21' - 7"

PROPOSED UNIT - 2BD/1.5 BA 669 SQ FT -XL Twin Bed -Walk-in shower -24" x 38" Desk -2'-2" x 5'6" Closet

Plan = NTS

PROPOSED UNIT - 2BD/1BA 465 SQ FT -XL Twin Bed -Walk-in shower -24" x 38" Desk -2'-2" x 6'-0" Closet

38' - 1"

23' - 0"

43' - 11 1/4"

23' - 8"

23' - 0"

21' - 0"

28' - 6"

PROPOSED UNIT - 4BD/2BA 945 SQ FT

-XL Twin Bed -Walk-in shower -24" x 38" Desk -2'-2" x 6'-0" Closet and 2'-2" x 7'-10" Closet

PROPOSED UNIT - 2BD/2BA 876 SQ FT -XL Twin Bed -Walk-in shower -24" x 38" Desk -2'-2" x 5'-6" Closet

Study Lounge Above: Building C2 - typical undergraduate housing floor plan and individual units.

Above: North Campus Esplanade.

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03 MARYMOUNT SCHOOL

Above: Ground floor entry lobby.

COOKFOX Architects Role: Design Team Member Typology: Education Location: New York City, NY. Size: 155,000 SF Client: Marymount School Date: October, 2019 Status: Pre-Construction Phase

During the spring and summer of 2019, I contributed to the completion of 100% schematic design and construction document sets for the Marymount School of New York City. Marymount is an all-girls Catholic middle & high school located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. It is a 14-story high-rise equipped with a regulation size gym, double height Broadway style theater, STEAM and fab-lab work spaces, music rooms, chapel, cafeteria with chef quarters and outdoor herb gardens, library with reading room, as well as science, art, and traditional classrooms. Through the DD and CD phases I worked on the detailing and coordination of the interior spaces including all classrooms, specialty spaces, corridors, stairs, etc. I also conducted and organized a comprehensive door schedule and coordinated with related consultants for all hardware and security purposes.

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Above: View from the exterior entry approach.

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Above: Level 06 Chapel. All Plans = NTS

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Level 06: 1 Music Room 2 Chapel 3 Guidance / Health 4 Workspace / Counselor 5 Outdoor Prayer Garden


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Left Level 05: 1 Cafeteria Seating 2 Cafeteria Kitchen 3 Kitchen BOH 4 Outdoor Herb Garden 5 Alumni Parlor 6 Tea House 7 Cafeteria Lobby 8 Elevator Lobby Level 07: 1 Classrooms, Typical 2 Locker Nook 3 Lobby Commons 4 Library & Reading Room 5 Workspace

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Level 05 Floor Plan

Level 07 Floor Plan

Above: Level 05 Cafeteria.

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04 THE LAUREL

Above Left: View from Sansom St. approach.

Solomon Cordwell Buenz Role: Design Team Member Typology: Mixed-use Residential Tower Location: Philadelphia, PA. Size: 565,000 SF Client: Southern Land Company Date: March, 2019 Status: Pre-Construction Phase

Above: Top- Condo and apartment entry from Sansom St. Above: Bottom- View of retail at corner of Sansom and S. 21st

During the fall and winter of 2018, I contributed to the completion of both 100% design development and construction document sets for The Laurel Tower. The Laurel is a 565,000 sf mixed-use residential tower located on Philadelphia’s iconic Rittenhouse Square. It is situated along S. 21st St. on the block between Walnut St. and Sansom St. A three-story retail low-rise podium faces Sansom St., while the tower entry is located south along Walnut St. The stone-clad entry pavilion respects the historic street wall through its contextual materiality and rhythmic articulation, while the 48-story stepped, glass and metal panel tower provide a modern complement to the prewar architecture of the area. Through the DD and CD phases I worked on detailing of the exterior façade on both the tower and retail podium, as well as assisted in much of the unit planning and detailing for the condo and apartment levels of the main tower.

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FLOOR PLANS ARE APPROXIMATE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE. ALL MATTER OF DETAIL SHOWN, INCLUDING COUNTERS, FIXTURES, APPLIANCES, FURNITURE, BUILT-INS AND OTHER ITEMS OF FINISH, ARE CONCEPTUAL ONLY.

Unit 3

Unit 2

Unit 1 Unit 4

Levels 28-42, typical condo level floor plan. Plans = NTS

2018 Solomon Cordwell Buenz

LEVELS 28-29, 31-36, 38-42 "SKY RESIDENCES" THE LAUREL PHILADELPHIA, PA

01.17.2019 2016043

DRAWING SCALE: 3/32" = 1'-0"

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Unit 1

Carpet Tile Hardwood Enlarged typical condo unit with materials.

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05 VISTA TOWER

Above: View of upper tier corner at twilight. Opposite: View opposite the Chicago River looking south towards Vista Tower.

Studio Gang Role: Architectural Intern Typology: Mixed-use Residential Tower Location: Chicago, IL Size: 1,800,000 SF Client: The Wanda Group & Magellan Development Internship Dates: May 2015 - July 2016 Status: Under Construction

During a 15 month-long internship at Studio Gang I had the opportunity to work on several projects ranging in a variety of scales and typologies. I contributed to designs, details, documentation and modeling through the SD, DD, and CD phases for several large-scale projects including: Solstice on the Park, Vista Tower, Folsom Bay Tower, Writers Theater, Kresge College, Goose Island Beer Company, and NY Fire Rescue. I worked directly with the interiors department on developing design options for multiple high-rise interiors including: kitchens and bathrooms, a club room, corridor renovations, and interiors for two private residences. I gained experience in project management and independently generated permit and construction sets on a micro bakery and private outdoor deck, which was taken from concept to construction. The following pages showcase specific details towards the design development phase of the Vista Tower in which I contributed to detailing and documenting of the exterior facade assembly and interior components. *Additional project information and details available upon request.

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GL-02 FP-01 OPERABLE GL-02 WINDOW GL-01 - GL-06OPERABLE WINDOW A-401 - A-407 REFER TO SHEETS FOR GLASS LEVEL GLASS TYPE GL-02 GL-02 ALUM-01 GL-02 ALUM-02 W/ INSUL-01

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GL-02 Shadow Box

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GL-02 Operable Window

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4 1/8"

11'-6"

5"

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427' - 10"

GL-02T/SLAB Shadow Box

ALIGN

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GL-02 SHADOW BOX GL-02 SHADOW BOX

"Walking" Corner Column

417' - 2" Level 36

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427' - 10" LEVEL 37 - CONDO

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GL-01 - GL-06, REFER TO SHEETS A-401 - A-407 FOR LEVEL GLASS TYPE

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06 ISLAMIC CULTURAL CENTER

Above: View of entry approach.

Graduate Thesis, University of Cincinnati Typology: Cultural Center Location: Cedar-Riverside - Minneapolis, MN Size: 33,200 SF Client: The African Development Center of MN Date: April 2017

This thesis aims to address history and culture through the built environment by designing a modern Islamic cultural center in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis, MN. Cedar-Riverside is known for its large American-Muslim population which consists of many second and third generation Somali immigrants struggling to integrate themselves into aspects of Western society. To bridge the neighborhood's cultural gaps, a nontraditional building design hopes to produce a new architectural language that is free of the perceived “Islamic image” and is welcoming to a diverse range of user groups. Programmatic elements include: a library for cultural resources and religious texts, a public gallery with rotating exhibitions pertaining to Islamic art and culture, a café/restaurant, a small community mosque for worship, and outdoor public park space. As a result, the cultural center aims to be a productive and relatable venue to all American-Muslims while also being outward looking and accessible to those outside of the Muslim community. 24


Roof / Light Well 64’ Maximum Height Per Zoning Code Curtain Wall + Glass Rain Screen Enclosure

L06: Community Mosque (Open to below)

L05: Community Mosque

Vertical Core L04: Religious Text / Archive

L03: Children’s Resource Center

L02: Public Resource Center

Sunken Gallery and Exhibition Space L01: Cafe and Retail

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Above: Exploded axonometric view of building program.

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Above: Floor plan references geometries found in traditional Islamic pattern-making.

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Office / Study Room Partitions

Vertical Mechanical Shaft

Poured-in-Place Concrete Structural Curved Wall with Exposed Texture from Form-work Main Stair Post-Stress Floor Slab

Insulated Slab Edge with Spandrel Glass

Double Glazed Curtain Wall with Glass Rain Screen

Restroom and Elevator Core Suspended Ceiling Structural Concrete Tension Ring

Above: Building quardrant section perspective.

Left Resource: 1 Open Stacks / Public Space 2 Corner Private Study Rooms 3 Restrooms 4 Fire Egress Stair 5 Elevator 6 Main Vertical Circulation 7 Mechanical Shafts 8 Built-In Desks / Case Work Mosque: 9 Main Prayer Hall 10 Imam Offices 11 Stair Entry 12 Elevator Entry 13 Ablution Space

Location of mosque within form. Above: View inside community mosque. Textured concrete suggests the direction of prayer towards Mecca.

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Above: 1-16" physical presentation model.


07 MÉRIADECK GREEN BELT

Above: Panoramic view of Mériadeck’s elevated walkways and guardrail.

Seminar, University of Cincinnati Typology: Sustainable Urban Intervention Location: Mériadeck - Bordeaux, France Team: Kristin Ridge, Anam Ahkter Exhibition: “Ambiances” Date: June 2017

This project was designed for the international workshop, “Living Modern Architectural Heritage in the Age of Sustainability: Ambiances and Quality of Use” hosted by the University of Bordeaux, France. Teams of studying sociologists, planners and architects collaborated to investigate how energy efficiency can be achieved while taking into account the original architectural and practical qualities of Mériadeck, an historic mixed-use site in the center of Bordeaux. The proposal aimed to preserve the eclectic modern architecture of the site to its best original state and modify the elevated pedestrian walkways into becoming a sustainable and inviting element for all users. By cladding the guardrails with green materials, retrofitting a rain water collection system, and providing adequate seating it would increase the environmental and social qualities of use in an otherwise dilapidated space.

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"Green" Material

Above: Section of existing guardrail conditions.

Retrofitted Storm-water Collection System

Steel Rib Substrate with Anchor Clips

Mobile Public Seating Sustainable Paver Material on Pedestals

Above: Section of sustainable “green belt” system intervention.

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Above: Aerial view of Green Belt intervention with photo of existing conditions.

Green Belt System

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Above: View inside hydroponic column picking farm.

Graduate Studio, University of Cincinnati Typology: Natural Food Format Market Location: Cincinnati, OH Size: 36,600 SF (omitting parking garage) Client: The Kroger Company Exhibition: “Food in the Natural Format" Date: May 2015

SEED’s is a fully developed and branded architectural concept exploring the future of an all-natural grocery market. In it comprises all of the conventional grocery store programmatic elements with the addition of an on-site growing farm for ready-to-pick produce. Through the innovation of mobile hydroponic columns, a variety of food can be grown on a rotational basis and available for customers all year round. Users can partake in the planting, growing and trimming process of retrieving their fresh food with the help of on-staff agricultural experts in hopes of bringing awareness to the community towards the quality and care of food. Additional programmatic elements include a “third place” for community gatherings and leisure rest, as well as an advanced easy pay system for mobile device check-out.

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1. Water

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Above: Growing process of mobile hydroponic columns. Below: Section of typical hydroponic column.

Above: West elevation.

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Above: "Expert Bar" washing and clipping station.

Above: "Third Place" hydroponic green bar.

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Above: View of Bakery / Deli alcove.

Above: SEEDS Easy Pay application.

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Resume Professional

kristinridge@gmail.com | (1)561.317.7473 | West Palm Beach, Florida

COOKFOX Architects | New York, NY Architectural Designer, April 2019 - October 2019

Contributed to the designs and documentation throughout the DD and CD phases for the Marymount all girls Catholic school of New York City. The Marymount School is a 14-story high-rise equipped with a comprehensive academic program geared for the development of young women. Specifically worked through both phases of design with project team members and related consultants on the detailing, scheduling and coordination of the interior program including all classrooms, specialty spaces, corridors, stairs and doors.

Solomon Cordwell Buenz | Chicago, IL Architectural Designer, February 2018 - March 2019

Contributed to the design and documentation for proposals of higher education student housing and campus design for the University of Purdue and the University of Michigan. Completed both DD and CD phases for The Laurel, a 565,000 SF mixed-use residential tower located on Philadelphia’s iconic Rittenhouse Square. Assisted with construction administration throughout the completion of Addison and Clark, a 516,000 SF mixed-use, transit oriented development located in Chicago.

Studio Gang | Chicago, IL

Architectural Intern, May 2015 - July 2016 Assisted multiple project teams with designs, documentations and modeling through SD, DD, and CD phases for several projects including: Solstice on the Park, Vista Tower, MIRA Tower, Writers Theater, Kresge College, Goose Island Beer Company, NY Fire Rescue, and Aqua Tower. Independently generated permit, bid and construction sets on a micro-bakery to chef Iliana Regan as well as a private outdoor deck which was taken from concept to construction.

DIGSAU | Philadelphia, PA

Architectural Intern, September - December 2014 Worked on the design and documentation of renovations and additions to an existing elementary school in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania from concept through the SD phase. Assisted with construction administration on the University of Delaware Dining Hall and Dormitories. Operated laser-cutter and assisted project teams with 3D modeling, creating graphics and co-assembling presentations to help visualize ideas for client meetings and in-house purposes.

William McDonough + Partners | San Francisco, CA Architectural Intern, January - May 2014

Assisted project team through the SD and DD phases with details and documentations for a carbon neutral 28-acre master plan of an Urban Marine Research and Innovation Center at the historic Port of Los Angeles. Created presentation materials and rendered schematic imagery for a LEED Platinum 180,000 SF mixed use mid-rise tower.

Dheya Tawfiqi Engineering Consultancy Bureau | Kingdom of Bahrain Architectural Extern, June 2012

Six week long externship spent working and living abroad in the island country of Bahrain. Assisted project architect with site visits as well as client and consultant meetings. Independently developed preliminary design concepts for a 44,000 SF restaurant outlet strip mall which was later completed by full time staff into construction documents.

Academic

University of Cincinnati | Cincinnati, OH Master of Architecture, Honors, 2013-2017

Thesis Research and Design: Minneapolis Islamic Cultural Center; Addressing History and Culture through the Built Environment. Abroad: "European Sustainable Urbanism" summer 2017 travel program and guided field work focusing on sustainable urbanism and redevelopment sites throughout the European cities of Copenhagen, Malmö, Hamburg, Berlin, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Paris and Bordeaux.

Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) | Savannah, GA Bachelor of Fine Arts in Architecture, Cum Laude, 2009-2013

Abroad: Spring 2012 semester study abroad program with comprehensive architecture and design studios throughout the Provence region at SCAD's campus in Lacoste, France. Activities: Four year consecutive member on nationally ranked equestrian team. Savannah chapter member of the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS).

Exhibitions

“Ambiances” | Bordeaux, France

University of Cincinnati at the University of Bordeaux, June 2017 Week-long international workshop and exhibition focusing on, "Living Modern Architectural Heritage in the Age of Sustainability: Ambiances and Quality of Use."

Natural Food Format Grocery Store | Cincinnati, OH

The Kroger & Co. sponsored studio at the University of Cincinnati, Spring 2015 Semester-long fully sponsored travel and research studio by The Kroger Co. with curated exhibit of student work towards developing a new natural format grocery store concept. Proposed conceptual ideas are being piloted in select Kroger stores throughout the nation.

Outreach

Habitat for Humanity | Chicago, IL Summer 2016 - Present

Volunteered through the offices of Studio Gang for the "Women Build" organization to collaboratively raise money and contribute to the onsite construction of affordable single-family homes located in Chicago's Pullman neighborhood.

Proficiencies

Software | Revit, AutoCAD, Rhino, 3DS Max, V-Ray, ArcGIS, Adobe Suite, Bluebeam Revu, Microsoft Office Suite. Presentation | Physical model making, laser cutting, 3D printing, photography, hand sketching. References available upon request.


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