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LAURA RICE M.ARCH CLEMSON UNIVERSITY LERICE@G.CLEMSON.EDU 330-671-7940 DESIGN PORTFOLIO


TABLE OF CONTENTS LAURA RICE

CLEMSON UNIVERSITY

LERICE@G.CLEMSON.EDU

330-671-7940

DESIGN PORTFOLIO

1. PROPOSAL FOR A SIMPLE EXHIBITION SPACE I THE COURTYARD OF THE HIGH MUSEUM. 2. VERSATULE PROGRAM ART EXHIBIT UILDING ON A SITE IMMEDIATELY ADJACENT TO THE HIGHLINE 3. EXPLORATION OF THE SMOTT AND CONTINUOUS TRANSFORMATION FROM RIGH “OUTSIDE” TO A SMOOTH AND ORGANIC “INSIDE”


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GROUP TICKET SALES AND PUBLIC ART DISPLAY FOR THE HIGH MUSEUM IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION

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What once was a simple cube is now a truncated cube due to external forces of the site. Circulation, percipitation and traffic within, on and infront of the High Museum all influenced the form of the public exhibit hall. Pedestrian circulation across the courtyard caused the south site to cave inward. Rain caused the roof to slope downward and the speed of the street traffic pushed the north side over.


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A KUNSTHAL MUSEUM ADJACENT TO THE HIGHLINE

Sneakers mean as much to New York Hipsters as a wedding ring does to a newly married couple. It is hard for either one of them to exist without the other. The desire to be wearing the “flyest” sneaker and looking the “freshest,” began in the 1970s with the release of the Converse All-Star basketball shoe, later to be better known as Chuck Taylors. This trend quickly became a culture that has risen to something that surpasses any and all other fashion trends, in New York City atleast. Taking cues from the basketball players pivots and turns, the structure twists along the central line, creating spaces in which patrons can view large portions of the entire museum.


3 SECTION CUTS SHOWING THE VERTICAL SPACES CREATED BY THE STRUCTURE TWISITING ON ITS CENTRAL LINE

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PROGRAM The Ground Level and Level 1 are private spaces, open only to employees and specific guests. Level 2, and Level 5 are open to the public for recreation activities, specifically shopping and dining. Levels 3, 4 and 6 are open floor plans to accomodate any type of art exhibit that would be on display.

LEVEL 2 - HIGHLINE OPEN TO ABOVE GALLERY SPACES

GIFT SHOP

AUDITORIUM

HIGHLINE ENTRANCE AND LOBBY

GROUND LEVEL

CLASSROOM

SERVICE ENTRY

GROUND LEVEL ENTRANCE

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RESTAURANT BACK OF HOUSE

PRIVATE WORKSHOP

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OPEN TO ABOVE AND BELOW-GALLERY SPACES

STORAGE PUBLIC WORKSHOP

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LEVEL 5

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GALLERY/EXHIBITION SPACES


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STRUCTURE STEP

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SKIN DEVELOPMENT STEP

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DIGITALFARBRICATION STEP

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DIGITALFARBRICATION STEP

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Design Portfolio August 2011 - May 2012