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Lindsey Leardi 2017 design portfolio


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Lindsey Leardi 732-213-2168

lindseyleardi@outlook.com

https://www.linkedin.com/in/lindseyleardi/

education Master of Architecture Kansas State University College of Architecture Planning and Design 2016

short-term goals AIA and registered architect designation desired (approx. 1500 IDP hours already completed); LEED Green Associate Accreditation;

Centro Studi CittĂ di Orvieto, Orvieto, Italy Spring 2015

Involved in all aspects of the design, building and construction process. Engaged in a variety of projects from custom new construction to additions and alterations for commercial and residential projects. Exposed to long-term knowledge of and relationships with local municipalities, building departments, and various agencies throughout New Jersey. Responsible for design and construction documentation on inter-disciplinary projects which include site, code, and building systems analysis. Develop and draft floor plans, elevations and sections to create accurate construction documentation. Survey commercial and residential project sites in New Jersey; over 50 to date, several of which were damaged by Hurricane Sandy. Interface with homeowners in order to gain information and permissions for work.

honors Alpha Rho Chi Medal 2016 Student Commencement Speaker 2016 organizations Graudate Student Leader Development Program 2016 Architecture Student Advisory Board, President 2012-2016 Environmental Design Student Association, President 2011-2012 Women in Design, Event Coordinator 2014 AIAS, Public Relations 2012 APDPro Student Advisory Board 2014-2016 skills AutoCAD, Revit, Rhinoceros, SketchUp, Adobe Creative Suite, Website Design, Communication, Leadership, Management, Organization, Research

kurt j. ludwig, aia, incorporated, milltown, NJ Architecutral Designer

kansas state collegian, manhattan, KS Freelance Journalist; Building Construction Beat

2013 - Present

Aug-Dec 2014

Worked closely with and learned from editors, photojournalists, and videographers. Focused on the Building Construction reporting beat, stayed up to date on campus construction and renovations as well as its effects on the college. Pitched, researched, and wrote over 10 articles. Conducted over 25 interviews with students, faculty, and professionals. A selection of my works can be found at: https://lindseyleardi.contently.com/ habitat for humanity, roanoke, VA Volunteer Supervisor

July 2015

Communicated with all other supervisors and youth regarding room accommodations, curfew, check-in requirements, review of schedule, restrictions, meals, meetings, etc. Constructed, rehabilitated, and demolished residential buildings. Fabricated wood frame construction at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore. Surveyed and maintained job site safety. Led teams of up to 6 unskilled workers on job sites and at the ReStore.


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Residential Addition There is something incredibly special and intimate about designing a persons home with them. It becomes so much more than a 2x4 wall system with R-13 insulation hidden behind vinyl siding and tyvek house wrap topped with 2x8 - 16” O.C. ceiling joists and rafters. The ‘Dailey House’ is a living vessel where the Dailey family creates their kindred memories. At Kurt J. Ludwig, AIA, Incorporated, I was responsible for preliminary, working, and permit drawings for the Dailey project.

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residential Addition

front elevation

building data: number of stories: 2 height of structure: 28’9�+/area of new floor: 893 s.f. construction classification: 5b use group: r-5 6


right elevation

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key: existing to be removed:

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residential Addition

modified FIRST FLOOR PLAN

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new second FLOOR PLAN

key: existing wall: existing window: new wall: new window:

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existing door:

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new door:

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optometry tenant fit out Commercial projects, no matter the size, get me all fired up because each one presents a unique set of challenges to face. The client for, ‘Eye Care on Easton,’ quickly sketched his layout idea on the existing wall which became the main source of information I was given to design and draft the project. At Kurt J. Ludwig, AIA, Incorporated, I was responsible for preliminary, working, permit, and revision drawings for the Eye Care on Easton project.

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exit

exit

(not in scope)

exit exit

new

exist

rest room

employee area

exit

new

pretest

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exam room

new

pretest

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exam room

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lab

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waiting area

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display area

reception

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contact lense area

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ceiling plan

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optometry tenant fit out building data: occupant load: 18 construction classification: 3b use group: b

hollow metal frame anchored to studs

1 15/16”

2” 5/8”

1 15/16”

1/2”

see part. type

1/2”

double metal studs

5/8” gyp. wall bd. jamb anchor (3) per jamb (min.)

10’-0” +/- (existing)

jamb & head detail

steel runner. provide bracing at 48”o.c. max. between upper 20 ga. metal track and bottom of existing roof structure with 3 5/8” 25 ga. metal stud. existing grid suspended ceiling 5/8” gypsum board acoustical insulation 3-5/8”20 ga. metal studs at 16” o.c. metal runner. attach to existing floor with (2) rows of hilti nails - 32”o.c. (staggered and adhesive) 4”vinyl base finish floor (confirm selection/options w/ tenant/ owner) sealant bed

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14 W 16th St

W 17th St

W 18th St

GRAND BLVD

WALNUT ST

MAIN ST

BALTIMORE AVE

WYANDOT TE ST

BROADWAY BLVD

I 670

TRUMAN RD


Library design My design for the Kansas City Crossroads Public Library features an elevated courtyard, bound by a tension cable green wall. By placing the courtyard on the second floor, observers are, “above the noise,� away from the street but visually connected to the public realm. Community spaces are housed on the ground floor, while quieter, private areas of the library reside above. Completed in my fourth year at Kansas State University, the Crossroads Public Library design included a concrete parking structure, and complete technical drawings of the design through digital, freehand drawing, and modeling methods.

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second FLOOR PLAN 16

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axonometric

east elevation

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media complex design Spring 2015: Each student was instructed to design a venue within the Vancouver 2028 Summer Olympics Master Plan; which we designed as a class during the Fall semester. Due to my strong interest in mass communication, I choose to design the Main Media Complex (MMC). Communication and media services are critical to the success of the Olympic Games. According to the 2008 Manual for Candidate Cities, media operations are divided into two centres: the Main Press Centre (MPC) and the International Broadcasting Centre (IBC). According to the 2015 Olympic Games Framework, the MPC, “is the central work place of the press at the Olympic Games, providing 24-hour support and facilities.� The IBC is a zoned, flexible infrastructure to be inhabited by the rights-holding broadcasters before and during the Olympics.

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program division

Thoroughfare

01 pre-function Pre-function spaces and foyers are perfect for informal meeting, registration, networking events, or sponsor activation in open space with floor-to-ceiling windows and views of the site.

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02 work The Main Media Complex offers over 25 privatized work rooms and over 8,000m of open work space (for journalists and photographer workrooms during the Olympics). 03 assembly The Main Media Complex features six assembly rooms. The largest on the ground floor, another on the third level (home to the photographer’s workroom), and four smaller assembly spaces on the fourth level. 04 broadcasters Rights-holding broadcasters will rent zones within the IBC for the Olympic games. The zones are divided by service and circulation cores. 05 retail The commercial zone creates a strong street edge along Terminal Avenue (the main road). Retail spaces can be 1-2 floors and are divided by service, circulation and storage spaces.

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connectivity

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verticality

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“ Va n co u v e r , a c i t y t h at h a s g r o w n i n to C a n a d a' s — a n d N o r t h A m e r i c a' s — m o s t e f f o r t l e s s ly A s i a n m e t r o p o l i s .” the vancouver sun

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thank you


Architecture Portfolio 2017  

Architectural works by Lindsey Leardi from her time at Kurt J. Ludwig, AIA, Inc. and working on her Master of Architecture at Kansas State U...

Architecture Portfolio 2017  

Architectural works by Lindsey Leardi from her time at Kurt J. Ludwig, AIA, Inc. and working on her Master of Architecture at Kansas State U...

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