Lake Lewis Selected Works Portfolio 2022

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selected works

2015 - 2022


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TABLE OF CONTENTS STUDIO: ELABORATION I STUDIO: ELABORATION II SEATTLE DESIGN FESTIVAL UBER SKYPORT MOBILITY HUB PHOTOGRAPHY

DOMAINE DE BOISBUCHET

LIVE WORK CO-OP

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ADAPTIVE REUSE HOSTEL

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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


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ELABORATION I

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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 1st Floor

2nd Floor 2nd Floor

Plan Diagrams Plan Diagrams Legend

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

Scale: 1/4” = 1’

Scale: 1/4” = 1’

1st Floor 1st Floor

2nd Floor 2nd Floor

Circulation Diagrams Circulation Legend Diagrams Legend

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

Scale: 1/4” = 1’

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


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SPRING 2021 Carnegie Mellon University SoA Professor Jeremy Ficca

ADAPTIVE REUSE: THE COLONOADE Located at the winding intersection of Concord St., Vinial St., Ahlers Way, and Spring Garden Ave in the North Allegheny Neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, The Colonnade - On Spring Garden Avenue; or just The Colonnade, looks to augment the Pittsburgh experience for visitors and locals alike. An adaptive re-use project, the hostel is built in and around the shell of an old shoe factory. Pittsburgh has a rich industrial history, particularly in steel manufacturing. Throughout the program, there are intentional spaces made for commonning. Hostels draw people from all over the world, and are sought after for their ability to bring said people together. From the game room on the lower level, to the library and kitchen spaces, all of these common spaces surround two courtyards and straddle the South facing shell wall. The hardscape courtyard is meant to invite those on foot and bike into the site. Upon entry, one is able to turn right and continue to the community meeting room and café; or, turn left and transition through to the more private hostel game room- which is demarcated by the existing elevator shaft as well as the elevation change from the public program to the private; almost like a portal. The interior courtyard is an immediate change in ground tactility, becoming a lush rectangular landscape that seemingly grows up and over the wall. Small cuts in the shell provide a glimpse for outsiders as to what this space is like; however, you must “pierce the façade to experience it. The long colonnades on both side of the shell wall allow for that sort of experience, and also serve as outdoor circulation. These colonnades are internalized on the second level, and allow for a conditioned view of the courtyards and surrounding area. With regards to public and private spaces- these are clearly delineated through the maintenance of the South facing wall. This additional artifact serves as a divider and threshold between the two types of program, and is only pierced in one location. These locations, as previously mentioned, result from the organization created by the old elevator shaft. The exposed structural trusses through the project allows for the creation of large, inviting volumes; drawing the viewer to sit in one of the indoor patios and reflect in the shadows of the various beams and columns.

CIRCULATION DIAGRAM

Entry Circulation Diagram The Colonnade

Scale: 1/8” = 1’0

Second Level

SECOND LEVEL

Ground Level The Colonnade

FIRST LEVEL

Scale: 1/8” = 1’0

Third Level

THIRD LEVEL


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SPRING 2021 Carnegie Mellon University SoA Professor Jeremy Ficca

ADAPTIVE REUSE: THE COLONOADE RENDERS

APPROACH

CAFE

RECEPTION

SITE AXONIMETRIC

GAME ROOM & VIEW TOWARDS INTERIOR COLLONADE


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SPRING 2021 Carnegie Mellon University SoA Professor Jeremy Ficca

ADAPTIVE REUSE: THE COLONOADE CONTINUED

SLEEPING HALL

TRANSITION HALL TO COMMUNAL SPACES

SLEEPING HALL - PRIVATE ROOM COLLONADE

LIBRARY

CO-WORK SPACE AND COMMUNAL COLLONADE

MULTI-PURPOSE SEATING AND LIBRARY

SITE OBSERVATION NOTES


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 FOR SEATTLE ARCHITECTURAL FOUNDATION | 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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