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Lindsey Leardi 2018 ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO


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Lindsey Leardi ED U CAT I ON

GENERATOR STUD I O

Master of Architecture, 2016 Kansas State University

Architectural Designer I // May 2017-Present Exposed to the world of sports architecture in this self-starter position. Responsible for actively collaborating with Project Managers in all phases of the design, building, and construction process for a variety of project types f rom sports and hospitality to workplace architecture and beyond. Active role in client and consultant meetings and presentations.

Italy Study Abroad, 2015 Centro Studi Città di Orvieto

HONORS Alpha Rho Chi Medal, 2016 Commencement Speaker, 2016

O R G A N I Z ATION S KC AIA’s ARE Success Team Selected Applicant, 2018 Graduate Student Leadership Development Program Selected Applicant, 2016 Arch. Student Advisory Board President 2012-2016 Environ. Design Student Assoc. President 2011-2012 Women in Design Event Coordinator 2014 AIAS Public Relations 2012 APD Professionals Student Advisory Board 2014-2016

SK I L LS Revit, Rhino, AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Presentation, Communication, Leadership, Organization, Research

A R E PR O G R E SS Passed: Practice Management Up Next: Project Management

KURT J. LUDWIG , AI A Architectural Intern // May 2013-May 2017 Working at a small firm of 7 people allowed me to be hands-on in all aspects of the design, building, and construction process. Engaged in a range of projects from custom new construction to additions and alterations for a variety of commercial and residential projects. Personally surveyed commercial and residential project sites in New Jersey; several of which were damaged by Hurricane Sandy.

A RCHDAILY News + Editorial Intern // September 2017-Present Selected out of over 200 applicants to be one of ArchDaily’s six Fall Interns and asked to stay on board. Responsible for researching, writing, curating articles, and responding to edits. Wrote 2-4 pieces on architecture and design per week.

K- STATE COLLEGI AN Staff Writer // Fall 2014 Worked closely with editors, photojournalists, and videographers. Covered campus construction and renovations as well as its effects on the college for the Building Construction reporting beat. Pitched, researched, and wrote over 10 articles. Conducted over 25 interviews with students, faculty, and professionals.

DOWNTOWN NEI GHBORHOOD ASSOC I AT I ON Communications // Nov 2017-Present Responsible for curating social media communications, monthly newsletters, and blog posts for the KCMO Downtown Neighborhood Association; keeping people who live, work and play downtown up to date with hyperlocal news and events.

H ABI TAT FOR HUM ANI TY Supervisor // July 2015 + July 2016 Supervised 43 youth and worked as a Habitat for Humanity volunteer for 5 days and 4 nights through the First Presbyterian Church of Metuchen, New Jersey. Constructed, rehabilitated, and demolished residential buildings. Surveyed and maintained job site safety.

lindseyleardi@gmail.com

lindseyleardi.contently.com


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BARCLAYS CENTER

Our design team transformed the team store at the Barclays Center from an anything-goes flee market into a Brooklyn lifestyle boutique that shows fans how to live while taking into account the high density and fast-paced atmosphere of game days. Raw, industrial materials integrated with Opto Systems achieved a gritty modernmakers vibe with ample storage space inside the confines of a tight budget.

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TEAM STORE

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01 LIFESTYLE DISPLAYS Custom lifestyle displays throughout the team store showcase top-selling Brooklynite, Nets, or Islanders gear for children, women, and men (left to right). 02 VINYL GRAPHICS Vinyl graphics break up the space and direct users through the store while adding a Brooklyn-themed graphic design element to the columns too. 03 OPTO SYSTEMS OPTO Systems helped modernize the store without sacrificing storage or flexibility. OPTO pivot walls allow for an easy transition between game days and concert nights. 04 BKCL CUSTOM LAB Fans can customize merchandise from tablets at the BKCL Custom Lab, the focal point of the store. 05 REBAR HAT DISPLAY An industrial, specialty display was designed for the teamstores number one seller, hats. The hat display is a simple rebar frame - in style and under budget. 0 6

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SCOTTRADE CENTER

It was all hands on deck to produce models, design options, presentations, and construction documents for Scottrade Center renovations. From suite to admin level, and everywhere in between, the Blue’s want to upgrade their existing facilities as well as add new VIP spaces. Soon, STC fans will be able to have new and energetic experiences in modernized spaces.

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The concept for the Clark Avenue street entry is a Beer Garden which allows visitors to see from the entry point straight into the bowl. From a seat at the drink rail, patrons get table service with a view.

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01 4,400 SF shifted + renovated main entry 02 Security point 03 4,180 SF team store 04 Renovated South concourse 05 6,500 SF Beer Garden 06 3 POS concession 07 Storefront 08 Retractable glass wall 09 Coiling gates for security point 13


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Blue Note is a club on the Suite level with a custom u-shaped bar surrounded by hard and soft seating. VIP patrons will get access to a private coat check, large group booths, flex space with operable partitions and their own vomitory.

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02 New 9,550 SF Blue Note Club 03 New high speed passenger elevators 04 New focal stair up to Plaza 05 Host + coats 06 Food display + buffet area

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07 High-back booth seating with coffee tables 08 Low slung + overstuffed lounge furniture 09 Focal/branding wall 10 New bar with focal display cooler 11 Large group booths 12 Flex space with operable partitions; 3, 250 sf 13 Existing ice floor refrigerator closet 14 New storage areas for Blue Note Club 15 Renovate restrooms 16 New vomitory for Blue Note Club access 17 Dedicated blue note seats 18 Low walls with glass above 15


ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES SCOTTRADE center

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The administrative facilities will be housed in the vacant Peabody Opera House, which hasn’t been used for the preforming arts since 1991. Connected to the SCOTTRADE Center, the renovated POH will serve the St. Louis community as a contemporary work and lifestyle environment reflective of the sports and entertainment industry of the St. Louis Blues. Modernize Energetic + bright Enhance office culture Technology integration Space for collaboration & privacy

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Experiential Design Create events and experiences along an avenue representative of an entertainment outfit that oversees sports, concerts, and family experiences. Human scale Represent future generational work lifestyles Flexibility in design Proud to represent St. Louis

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CHUKCHANSI PARK

New owner of Minor League Baseball team, the Fresno Grizzlies, ‘Fresno Sports and Events,’ is modernizing the stadium in hopes of increasing fans. Since Fresno, California can get pretty warm in the Spring and Summer, the goal is to get fans in the shade with a cold brew in their hand. Fresno Social will be the new hot spot down the left field line to do just that.

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BEACON HILL HOTEL

Kansas City neighborhood, Beacon Hill, is gaining a $14 million 93-room hotel to cater to the nearby hospital and downtown tourists. Some challenges with this project were the back and forth with the very active neighborhood association as well as two owners with a love for the arts and tight budget simultaneously. A particularly interesting part of the project was designing and detailing the layered facade systems.

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BEACON HILL HOTEL Kansas city, Missouri

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Architecture Portfolio 2018  

Architectural works by Lindsey Leardi from her time at Generator Studio, a Kansas City-based architecture and interior design firm specializ...

Architecture Portfolio 2018  

Architectural works by Lindsey Leardi from her time at Generator Studio, a Kansas City-based architecture and interior design firm specializ...

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