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BOURGEONING LAUREN SUTHERLAND - ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO


LAUREN SUTHERLAND

sutherland.lauren.elizabeth@ gmail.com [720] 979 - 4610

SOFTWARE/SKILLS

Architecture Software: AutoCAD, Sketchup, Artlantis, Revit Design Software: InDesign, Illustrator, Photo Shop, Adobe Acrobat Model Building: via hand, laser cutter Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Power Point, Publisher Language: advanced beginner Spanish Other: trained in CPR and WSI

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS/ACHIEVMENTS

Library Mobile App Team Competition, 2nd place – Spring 2013 Alpha Rho Chi Architecture and Allied Arts (co-ed) Professional Social Fraternity - Spring 2011 - present Phi Eta Sigma National Honors Society Spring 2010 - present James Scholar 2009-present University Achievement Scholarship 2009 – 2013 Gold Award (Girl Scouts) – completed Fall 2009


EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies with Honors from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) – 2013 L’Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Architecture de Versailles – 2011-12

RELEVANT EXPEREINCE

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY - SUMMER 2013 Landscaped, painted, installed second-story subflooring BRIDGE TO CHINA LINC COURSE @ UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS - SPRING 2013 collaborated with engineering students to develop bridge designs for a village in rural China and a foot bridge for Allerton Park ALPHA RHO CHI PHILANTHROPY - SPRING 2013 painted a historic school house guided local Boy Scouts in earning their Architecture Merit Badge WRITING WITH VIDEO COURSE @ UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS - SPRING 2013 researched and interviewed individuals to create a dialogue about the oldest building on campus, the Mumford House researched and interviewed individuals about the restoration process of the Alma Mater - http://vimeo.com/65072466 GABLE HOME @ UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS - PROFESSOR MARK TAYLOR - ACADEMIC YEAR 2012 - 2011 helped to renew national award winning Solar Decathlon project built by U of I students measured and generated floor plans, elevations, sections of project for class GLOBAL ARCHITECTURE BRIGADES (GAB) - FALL 2010 collaborated with architectural students of differing educational backgrounds to design a school in Honduras team contribution of clerestory, concept included as part of chosen design -


GRAPHIC LINES AND SHAPES PROJECT - 2010


ACADEMIC WORK MUSEUM OF ANCIENT LIFE

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ENERGY SCIENCE BUILDING - ARGONNE NATIONAL LABORATORY

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MUSICIAN’S RESIDENCE

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CENTRE VIA - PETITE GALERIE

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FOUQUETS - OCCUPIED DINING - SOCIALBOX WORKSHOP

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HOUSE TO STREET

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DOWNTOWN CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS - SEMESTER 2013 - PROFESSOR JEFF POSS LEMONT, ILLINOIS - SEMESTER 2012 - DR. MICHAEL KIM - HDR ARCHITECTS TEAM MEMBERS - JENNA JOO - AUDREY LIN - MICHAEL NGUYEN

18TH ARRONDISEMENT , PARIS - SIX WEEKS 2012 - PROFESSOR ALEJANDRO LAPUNZINA 11TH ARRONDISEMENT, PARIS - 4 WEEKS 2011 - PROFESSOR JEAN-BRICE VIAUD TEAM MEMBERS - ALEXIA BROWN - STEPHEN OLIVAREZ PARIS - ONE WEEK 2013 - PROFESSOR JEFF POSS TEAM MEMBERS - ÉLODIE BURGOS, JOACHIN BUSSERY, NADIA EL-HAKIM, ISABELLE HO, CÉSAR TRUBLARD FOUR WEEKS 2011 - PROFESSOR LAWRENCE HAMLIN - TA JOHN WIESER


MUSEUM OF ANCIENT LIFE In 1855, the Illinois Central Railroad laid its tracks west of Urbana, and a new city, West Urbana, later renamed Champaign, was established. Today, the downtown and residential areas continue to expand, resulting in a redevelopment of previously predominately industrial regions. The introduction of the museum, will continue to draw its inhabitants to an emerging public area. The concept of the project lies within the material properties. As the patron moves through the museum, he passes through areas of heavily diffused light, signifying the lack or gain of knowledge in the present day. The areas of dark - with backlit displays, signifies the journey into the past, seeing life’s complexities as they were, before the patron comes to know them again in present context.

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ZONE 2: INTRODUCTION

ZONE 3: BLAST FROM THE PAST

ZONE 4: PRESENT DAY CONNECTION

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1 ENTRY VESTIBULE/ RECEPTION

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2 ELEVATOR MECHANIC ROOM

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3 PUBLIC RESTROOMS

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4 GIFT SHOP

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4 THEATER

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The enclosure system is comprised of a polycarbonate wall filled with Lumira aerogel. The characteristics of each component allows for energy saving. The wall is impact resistant, UV protected, and its sheets are connected by v-joints. The gel is porous, minimizes both heat transfer and sound transmission, as well as repels moisture, is UV stable, non-combustible, and diffuses light excellently.

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NORTH ELEVATION

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PARAPET DETAIL 3” BALLAST 2” RIGID INSULATION 4” CONCRETE WITH METAL DECKING W 12X14 BEAM W 14X22 GIRDER W 14X22 COLUMN DROP CEILING TILES

31’ ROOF

28’ DROP CEILING

AMERILUX POLYCARBONATE LUMIRA GEL R-VALUE 11

PURLIN WINDOW FRAME WITH SUPPORT TO COLUMN

2X4’ WINDOW 1” GLASS PANE WITH 2” FRAME

PURLIN

19’ SECOND FLOOR WINDOW 12’ DROP CEILING

WALL TO GRADE DETAIL

PURLIN

PURLIN 3’ BOTTOM FIRST WINDOW

3” BLEACHED PINE 14’X8” 6” CONCRETE SLAB 2” RIGID INSULATION 3” BALLAST CONCRETE FOOTING 2” RIGID INSULATION WATER RETAINING SAND DRAIN PIPE

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WALL DETAIL SECTION 1:25 SCALE

CORNER DETAIL


SUPPLY SUPPLY SUPPLY RETURN RETURN RETURN EXHAUST EXHAUST EXHAUST

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ENERGY SCIENCE BUILDING Under the guidance of Chicago firm HDR Architecture, who simulated the client consulting, my team designed a new Energy Sciences Building for the Argonne National Laboratory campus, in Lemont, Illinois. The site for the new Energy Science Building is located near the main entrance of the campus and serves as a state-of-the-art gateway for Argonne National Laboratory. Due to its location, differing site traffic characterizes various parts of the site. Vehicular traffic circulates north of the building while pedestrian traffic circulates primarily southwest. Thus the building faces the main entrance while pathways direct pedestrian traffic.

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The most emphasized goal of the project is to promote interdisciplinary collaboration locally and internationally, to encourage researchers from different backgrounds to converse with one another in hopes of developing new innovations.

CAFE

LABORATORY

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ADMIN

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MECHANICAL RESEARCH OFFICES SEMINAR

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BUILDING SUPPORT

SPATIAL RELATIONSHIPS


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SUPPLY EXHAUST SUPPLY SUPPLY RETURN RETURN SUPPLY EXHAUST EXHAUST EXHAUST RETURN

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SECTION THROUGH LABS


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54’

METAL CAP SHEATHING CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT

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SPANDREL GLASS

VISION PANEL

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SNAP ON MULLION COVER FIRE STOPPER ANCHOR INTERSTITIAL SPACE

STRUCTURAL COLUMN RIGID INSULATION

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HORIZONTAL MULLION CONCRETE FLOORING VERTICAL MULLION SOFFIT

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REINFORCING STEEL CONCRETE FOOTING

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NORTHWEST PATIO

CANTILEVERED WALL DETAIL


Researchers at the Energy Sciences Building will be engaged in areas researching biofuels, modified photosynthesis, and other aspects of environmental science. South-facing PVC panels promote the development of Argonne’s “organic solar cells.”

RECYCLED TIRE RUBBER

“ORGANIC SOLAR PANELS” DEVELOPED BY ARGONNE RESEARCHERS

METAL CAP SHEATHING CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT

SPANDREL GLASS

“GREEN” CONCRETE SLAB FEATURING HIGHER FIRE RATING, STRENGTH, AND LESS SHRINKAGE

WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE 5” GROWING MEDIUM

GREYWATER MANAGEMENT COLLECTION PIPE

FILTER FABRIC

GREEN ROOF DETAIL

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MUSICIANS’ RESIDENCE Set in the 18th arrondisement of Paris, the Musician’s Residence accommodates traveling musicians and their families, providing a facility for the contemplation and celebration of music in through both practice and performance. While there is clear separation between the living quarters and the practice/performance quarters, the entire building is encased in a breathing skin - the balconies breathe, the interior courtyards breathe, the double skin facade also breathes. As air is important to transmit wavelengths of varying frequencies, the breathable building transmits its medium. The environment inside the building is very open, save for the private living quarters due to double glass walls; the idea is to encourage inhabitants to learn from each other. Additionally, as the levels build up, the rooms become larger and more performance oriented.

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DROP DOWN CEILING

DOUBLE SKIN WALL DETAIL

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SINGLE UNIT LAYOUT

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CENTRE VIA - GALERIE As a small gallery space situated in a dense residential context, Centre Via needed to be set apart from its surroundings while at the same time connected to the small adjacent pubic garden space. In order to achieve a transition, from the dense residential space, to one with an ambience both open and natural, contrasting materials were used. The visitor steps through the black brick facade to an interior of birch wood floors, temporary and permanent white walls, and a now glass walls, which face the adjacent garden. In addition to the open north facade, both the stairs and elevator are encased in glass. Except for the office space, public bathrooms and storage space, views are uninterrupted from one side of the gallery to the other.

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The entrance plays a crucial role in the transition. To make it more inviting, the gallery was offset towards the garden and a cantilever was incorporated into the exhibition spaces which not only regains space compromised by the initial offset but which also brings the gallery closer to the natural environment provided by the garden.

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The folds of the gallery reflect the initial space created by the adjacent buildings and overall site.

The walls, which make up the southern façade, converge at the physical entrance of the gallery. The visitor’s eye is drawn to this point no mater from which street they enter the entranceway.

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SITTING BENCH DETAIL

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FIRST, SECOND FLOOR PLAN

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Once inside, there is no more brick, only light and open space. The floors are of birch wood while the permanent and temporary walls are white partitions. The sides and back facade, which faces the garden, are entirely of glass. In addition to the open facade, both the stairs and elevator are encased in glass. Except for the office space, public bathrooms and storage space, views are uninterupted from one side of the gallery to its other. The transition is complete. NORTHWEST VIEW SHOWING CAFE

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FOUQUETS - SOCIALBOX With the Occupy movement in mind, our team focused on transportable food preparation and consumption for an urban environment. Drawing inspiration from transient street vendors and the compactness of an Alan Wexler design, we devised a single unit that is mobile, efficient and compact. Each unit contains four individual compartments serving the basic needs of kitchens - heat, cold, storage, and wash. In addition there are chairs and a hinged table. During transportation four bands wrap around and secure the separate compartments onto a trailer and these same bands, once stood upright, may be lengthened and widened to support a plastic roof covering the cook’s and diners’ heads.

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HOUSE TO STREET Given a doubled 2x3 set of 10’x10’ cubes, two shifts in mass were allowed on a sloped site for a single living unit. The vertical shift in mass, programmed spaces, as well as use of materials protect the privacy of a single inhabitant who has control with both solitary and social agendas. Dark wood panels, windows with a high offset, limited circulation and shallow view ranges denote private spaces; protruding concrete walls, windows without an exaggerated offset, a high density of circulation, and a variety of elongated views denote public spaces.

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PUBLIC SPACE PRIVATE SPACE SHARED SPACE

SPACE DIAGRAM

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PEDESTRIAN LOOKOUT - ALLERTON PARK


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BRIDGES OF CAUSE Our team partnered with two different organizations during the semester to work on two different projects. The Bridge to China Foundation (BTC) is a charitable nonprofit organization based in Hong Kong dedicated to improving connections from rural villages to larger communities. Research into various long span suspension designs allowed us to submit a preliminary steel/wood hybrid solution report.

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Allerton Park, owned by The University of Illinois, consists of a mansion, a forest, and European Style gardens. A walkway was designed to span a creek, linking a future bike path to the park. The original intent was to use a suspended bridge design as a means to gain technical experience; however a more aesthetically appropriate design was used to gain experience with construction processes instead. DESIGN DRAWINGS

CALCULATION

CONSTRUCTION PLAN BUDGET

SCHEDULE

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BUILD FALL 2013

RAILING SUPPORTS

HAND RAIL RAILING POST RAIL HOLES TOE GUARDS STRINGERS CROSS BEAM

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FOUNDATION

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WORK BREAKDOWN

6” SITE PREPARATION AND UTILITY INSTALATION

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ARTISTIC WORK AMALFI COAST SKETCHES

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STUDY ABROAD PHOTOGRAPHY

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VERSAILLES STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM - 10 - DAY SKETCH TRIP WITH JACK KELLEY 2012 - FINE INK PEN VERSAILLES PROGRAM 2011 - 2012 - 15 COUNTRIES


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THE INVISIBLE DIVIDE MEDITERRANEAN AND ATLANTIC - TANGIERS


HOPEFUL COLORS AMONG GREY MEMORIES BERLIN HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL

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SIPPING TEA ON THE FERRY AT SUNSET SULTANAHMET AND HAGIA SOPHIA - ISTANBUL

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GRAFITTI ART IN SEVILLA


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Architectural Portfolio  

This is a collection of work from my BSAS at the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign).