a work is surrendered / judged, audience unseen / defenseless, maybe /
i only hope it should speak for itself, for me. contents cv design & academic work fulcrum s hif t acces sible craigleith modern lof t s
art & photography
logan steele 1 226 791 3111 email@example.com
education . Universit y of Waterloo Candidate for Bachelor of Architectural Studies 2012-present skills .r Rhinoceros 5 V-Ray for Rhino Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop Autocad 2013 Microsoft Office Physical Modeling Hand Drafting academic acheivements . SSEF Pop-Up Architecture Competition, 2nd Place Nationwide, 2013 Highest Academic Standing of 1A Term, 2012 Waterloo Deanâ€™s List, 2012 Ontario Extended French SL Certificate, 2012 Ontario Scholar, Senior Let ter, 2012 work experience . SOFTlab, Junior Designer January-April, 2014 Craigleith Provincial Park, Park Maintenance June-September 2012, 2013
design & academic work
fulcrum centre cambridge
c o n t e x t
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By definition fulcrum describes a small object about which one much larger revolves. My proposal for a new community centre serves a similar purpose on the scale of a city. REET DI C K S O N ST
In a sense synonymous with its title, fulcrum acts as a new hub of community for Cambridge which albeit small can influence public culture over a much larger area.
WAT E R ST R E E T
A I N S L I E ST R E E T
M A I N ST R E E T
model building rhinoceros v-ray autocad illustrator photoshop
T WA R N O C K ST R E E
ground floor excerpt
PAVED COURT SPACE
ATRIUM POOL / MULTI-USE SPACE CHANGEROOM
roof level excerpt
second floor excerpt
PLAY AREA DAYCARE
AI NS LI E ST
L O N G I T U D I N A L
S E C T I O N
a pool. a wading area. a dancefloor. a concert hall. a farmerâ€™s market. a lecture hall. a sporting event. a career fair.
C R O S S
S E C T I O N
cast plaster site model
shift toronto , O N
rhinoceros & vray autocad
Shift represents a new vision for the pedestrian and small business oriented city. Collapsible modules fit within a parking space and can host roadside businesses for a fraction the cost of a permanent building. A trial site for this concept is a stretch of Bloor St., Toronto. Here, a parking permit costs $3-4 dollars per hour, meaning a business owner would pay only $30.00 per day for access to a stretch of prime downtown retail space. Depending on arrangements made with the city, the owner could stay for a matter of days or even months, all the while having the flexibility to relocate at any time.
BLOOR ST. INA SPAD AVE.
SSEF ARCHITECTURE COMPETITION 2 ND PLACE NATIONWIDE, 2013
IN COLLABORATION WITH JIM SHI
One or multiple units can be transported to any site fully assembled on a specialized trailer with the average pickup truck and be erected in minutes using a built-in jacking system.
Wall and floor structures are formed from single sheets of 14 Ga. steel, making for an incredibly efficient manufacturing process that renders a simultaneously strong and simple structure.
WHEELS & TELESCOPING FEET
The jacking assembly uses a crank to spin a worm gear across a threaded rod, pushing the two walls outward to their locked upright position.
accessible craigleith craigleith, ON
This project responds to the current government push to enhance accessibility within their provincial parks. This ramp will facilitate access to
RHINOCEROS ILLUSTRATOR the shale beach from the main picnic shelter at Craigleith Provincial Park and is expected to be built within two years.
Budget considerations were accounted for in consultation with the park manager and the maintenance foreman. Specifying
standardized lumber dimensions and efficient railing design are just two cost saving aspects of the project .
6’ 1’ 4
4 5’ 2 1/2
To accommodate winter lake ice movement, the final 25 feet of ramp has been designed in four removable, pallet sized segments that can be lifted from its
anchors in the shale and stacked in storage. Railings for this portion are also easily removable.
The construction of high density residential buildings is, more often than not, synonymous with the destruction of the neighbourhoods that previously lay at their base. This practice displaces any social and cultural vibrancy that might have existed beforehand and makes for lifeless city centres. This project, designed within a single 12 by 14m lot in a Toronto neighborhood facing imminent intensification, proposes a solution. By building up an individual lot the communityâ€™s diversity is not only retained, but strengthened.
toronto, ON QUE
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SHEL BOU RNE ST.
physical modeling autocad rhinoceros illustrator
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Entertainment and outdoor garden space
Ground floor lobby and bakery
south elevation east elevation
Mixed one and two storey flats
art as self, artist / as sand in towel, engrained / one with his canvas /
my art is who I am. the following is my portrait. artwork & photography
georgian bay, 2013
coney island, 2014
\ brooklyn, 2013
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