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TABLE OF CONTENTS DIGITAL MEDIA II STUDIO: ELABORATION I

SEATTLE DESIGN FESTIVAL UBER SKYPORT MOBILITY HUB PHOTOGRAPHY

DOMAINE DE BOISBUCHET

CHAPEL SITE RENDER

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TOWN HOUSE

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LIVE WORK CO-OP

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IN KNOTS

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3D SITE MODEL

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DINNER - AIA NATIONAL

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EMPT Y TR ANSIT - SWPA

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COLORFUL KINAESTHESIA

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FOR MORE PHOTOGRAPHY WORK, PLEASE VISIT WWW.LAKELEWIS.COM Image by Angela Garcia


DIGITAL MEDIA II Spring 2019 Carnegie Mellon University SoA Professor Eddy Man Kim

FINAL PROJECT: CHAPEL SITE RENDER For our final assignment, we were to use the digital chapel models we created in Studio: Foundation II and create a render view of our chapel in the site. The goal of the digital render was to convey a clear image of how the site interacts with the chapel and vice versa.

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FALL 2020 Carnegie Mellon University SoA Professor Jonathan Kline

PROJECT ONE - TOWN HOUSE The Lantern House

Our site was located in the Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh, and we were tasked to create an afforable Town House for the City of Bridges Community Land Trust. Some qualities we had to include in our project included: Revealing Light and Time; Providing Prospect and Refuge; Living with Nature; Creating a Welcoming Doorstep; and Ensuring the Project was Relational to the City. The focal point of my design, titled “The Lantern House”, was to establish a relationship between the program and how light is filtered through the surrounding context. The most striking piece of the design is the facade, inspired by the Optical Glass House by Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP in Japan. It provides privacy from the street but is seemingly open due to the facade’s transparency. This was intentional, as I wanted the interior of the home to almost glow when viewed at night from the street. Within the home, the apertures created by the brickwork filter light from the encompassing neighborhood; projecting shadows and shapes along the home and the courtyard.

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Dynamic Space

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Eating, Leisure, Working...

Entry

Cooking

1st Floor

Sleeping Work/Leisure Mezanine Bathroom

2nd Floor

Sleeping

Primary Quarters

Bathroom

Site Context

3rd Floor

1’ = 1/8”

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FALL 2020 Carnegie Mellon University SoA Professor Jonathan Kline

PROJECT 1 - TOWN HOUSE The Lantern House Renders

Left: Isometric View of Facade Placement with Interior Program Top: View from Corner Adjacent to Site Middle: Interior Render of View Upon Entry Bottom: Render of Living Room Space


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FALL 2020 Carnegie Mellon University SoA Professor Jonathan Kline

FINAL PROJECT PHASE 1 - URBAN DESIGN ANALYSIS

PENN AVE

In preparation for our final project, we began by conducting an analysis of the site. Through in-person obervations, transit studies, and photo collages, we could begin to think about and design the framework for our coop and the spaces we would be creating.

37TH AVE

PENN AVE

37TH AVE

Detailed Site Plan Legend Pastry Chefs Furniture Designers Visual Artists Shared Green Space Clothing Designers Graphic Designers

Scale: 1/8” = 1’

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FALL 2020 Carnegie Mellon University SoA Professor Jonathan Kline

FINAL PROJECT PHASE 2 - LIVE WORK CO-OP The Textile House

Each group of two in our studio section was tasked with designing a workshop and residences for the various types of clients we were working with. For my partner and I, with our clients being clothing designers, we decided to design a long workshop that bisected both residences. Not only did this design strategy serve as a way of welcoming individuals into the plaza and vice versa; we also created a dynamic space that could be transformed into a runway, with 37th Ave serving as an outdoor public street theater.

1st Floor

2nd Floor

Plan Diagrams Legend Kitchen Shared Workspace Living/Multi-Purpose Space Green Space Bedroom Bathroom and Laundry

Scale: 1/4” = 1’

1st Floor

2nd Floor

Circulation Diagrams Legend Ciculation to/from Outdoor Spaces Ciculation to/from Upper Level Spaces Plaza to/from 37th Street Ciculation to/from 37th Street/Workshop to Living Room Space

Scale: 1/4” = 1’


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FALL 2020 Carnegie Mellon University SoA Professor Jonathan Kline

LIVE WORK CO-OP CONTINUED From Left to Right: 1) Section Perspective 2) South Elevation 3) Plaza Experience Render 4) West Elevation

South Elevati

Textile House

West Elevatio


SEATTLE DESIGN FESTIVAL IN KNOTS | MITHUN Summer 2019 In collaboration with team members Sarah Reynolds, Stephanie Onuaja, Chris Reeh, Rosemarie Gregoire, & Brendan Connolly. Imagery from Seattle Design Festival at www.instagram.com/p/B1juih6golR/

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UBER SKYPORT MOBILITY HUB MODEL OF SEATTLE DESIGN FESTIVAL | MITHUN Summer 2020 In collaboration with Ezra Homison (Imagery by Ezra) For more about the project, visit: https://mithun.com/2019/06/12/new-los-angeles-skypark-concept-revealed-atuber-elevate-2019/

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PHOTOGRAPHY DINNER Summer 2020 Judge’s Commendation Award AIA National Photography Competition

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PHOTOGRAPHY EMPTY TRANSIT Spring 2015 Youth Competition Shortlist ENVIRONMENT Category Sony World Photography Awards

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DOMAINE DE BOISBUCHET

COLORFUL KINAESTHESIA GREEN Summer 2019 In collaboration with mischler’trexler studio and Design Museum Gent. “This is a workshop about human movement and colour, with the goal to exhibit the result(s) in the exhibition “colour and the senses” at the Design Museum in Gent, Belgium, in Spring 2020.” More info at www.boisbuchet.org/ workshop/colourful-kinaesthesia/ Project Partner: Jason Kwak Images by Martina Orska Photography

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