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ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO LINETTE C. GREEN

181 Bayfront Drive Apt 206, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464 // (859) 816-5017 // line g@g.clemson.


LINETTE C. GREEN

181 Bayfront Drive Apt 206, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464 // (859) 816-5017 // line g@g.clemson.

EDUCATION Master of Architecture Architecture + Community Build Cer ficate Clemson University – Clemson, South Carolina

Expected Gradua on May 2019

• 3.65/4.0 GPA

Bachelor of Science, Architectural Engineering Minor in Business Administra on Minor in Entrepreneurship University of Cincinna – Cincinna , Ohio

September 2010 – April 2016

• Cum Laude: 3.74/4.0 GPA

SKILLS

Rhino, Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, Google Sketchup, CNC, Laser Cu ng, Basic Wood Shop, 3D Prin ng, Hand Dra ing/Rendering, RAM Elements, RAM Structural System, RAM Connec on, SP Slab, SAP, Visual Analysis, Teds, Microso Office, Mathema ca 7, Matlab

CAREER RELATED EXPERIENCE Architectural Intern Mcmillan Pazdan Smith - Charleston, South Carolina • • •

Assisted in researching zoning, codes, etc. for master planning/visioning Assisted in modeling and upda ng Revit models Assisted in the crea on of construc on documents

Architectural Intern Batson Associates, Inc. - Greenville, South Carolina • • •

January 2013 - August 2016

Collaborated with engineers in making structural models and running calcula ons Collaborated with dra ers in dra ing and modeling Assisted in crea ng construc on documents Conducted field visits/inspec ons and assisted in structural inspec ons

Undergraduate Engineering Researcher SUE REU Research Program – Cincinna , Ohio • • •

May 2017 - August 2017

Assisted in crea ng presenta ons and proposals Assisted in design layouts Assisted in the modeling and drawing of documents of all phases

Structural/Architectural Engineering Co-op THP Limited, Inc. – Cincinna , Ohio • • • •

May 2018 - Present

Conducted research on the following project: Restoring and Improving Urban Infrastructure for Air Quality Monitoring Summarized findings in the form of a technical paper, a presenta on, and a poster Presented research finding in front of a panel of expert judges

HONORS AND AFFILIATIONS Gamma Phi Beta: Charter Member/Alumni, Eta Zeta Chapter, 2011 - Present Phi Alpha Epsilon: Founding Member/Alumni, Iota Chapter, 2014 - Present Alpha Rho Chi: Member/Alumni, Rabirius Chapter, Financial Vice President 2013, 2012 - Present Tau Beta Pi: Member, Ohio Beta Chapter, 2015 - Present Na onal Society of Leadership and Success: Member, 2011 - Present Phi Sigma Theta: Member, 2010 - Present University of Cincinna Club Swimming: Member, 2012 - 2016 University of Cincinna Varsity Swimming: Member, 2010

June 2012 - August 2012


TABLE OF CONTENTS GRADUATE DESIGN WORK

4 - 11

ACOUSTICAL SET A PATH TO INTEGRATION TRANSITIONS

4-5 6-7 8-9

A SPACE FOR ALL FAITHS

10 - 11

UNDERGRADUATE DESIGN WORK

12 - 15

THE MEADOWS SWIM CLUB

12 - 13

AVONDALE ADVENTURE CENTER

14 - 15

16 - 19

WORK EXPERIENCE UC PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE HEALTH INNOVATION CENTER 5/3 ARENA RENOVATION

16 17 18 - 19

VISUALIZATION AND REPRESENTATION SKILLS FABRICATING SECTION GEOMETRIC DEFORMATIONS TILING STRUCTURE EXPLORING CONTINUITY

20 - 21 22 23 24 - 25

SHOP SKILLS

26 - 27

20 - 27


ACOUSTICAL SET THIS PROJECT WAS PART OF THE COMMUNITY BUILD AND DESIGN STUDIO AND IS A STAGE FOR A SOLO PERFORMER. THIS SPECIFIC STAGE WAS DESIGNED FOR A PERFORMANCE AT THE COMMUNITY BUILD CONFERENCE IN CHARLESTON THAT OCCURRED IN MARCH 2018. THE DESIGN IS SUCH THAT PANELS CAN BE RE CUT AND REPLACED. THAT, IN CON JUNCTION WITH ITS MODULAR DESIGN, MAKE IT SO THAT IT CAN BE REUSED FOR MULTIPLE DIFFERENT PERFORMANCES OF VARYING SIZES. A LOCAL ARTIST, ADAM SCHRIMMER, DESIGNED A MURAL TO BE PAINTED ON THE PANELS. THE ARTWORK WAS PROJECTED ONTO THE STAGE AND THEN TRACED, FOLLOWING INFLUENCE FROM GEORGES ROUSSE. THE FINAL PAINTING WAS COMPLETED COLLABORATIVELY DURING THE BOOT CAMP PORTION OF THE COMMUNITY BUILD CONFERENCE BY A GROUP OF PARTICIPANTS.

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ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO IV // SPRING 2018 SKILLS: CAD / ILLUSTRATOR / INDESIGN / RHINO / CNC / VCARVE COLLABORATORS: KATIE KOWALSKI / EDWARD MOORE / STEVIE CHEN

THE STAGE WAS DESIGNED TO UTILIZED CLEMSON’S PATENT PENDING SIM PLY SYSTEM. THIS SYSTEM USES ONLY FRICTION JOINTS AND ZIP TIES, ELIMINATING THE NEED FOR NAILS AND THUS INCREASING THE SAFETY OF CONSTRUCTION. ALL OF THE PIECES WERE PROGRAMMED AND CUT ON A CNC MACHINE AND FLAT PACKED AND SHIPPED TO CHARLESTON FOR THE CONFERENCE. THE STAGE CAN BE ASSEMBLED IN UNDER AN HOUR AND DISASSEMBLED IN UNDER A HALF HOUR AND REQUIRES NO SPECIAL SKILLS. AS PART OF THIS PROJECT, AN INSTRUCTION BOOK WAS CREATED IN ORDER TO DOCUMENT BOTH THE ADVANCES IN SIM PLY TECHNOLOGY THAT WERE MADE THROUGH THIS DESIGN PROCESS AND TO GIVE THE ABILITY FOR FUTURE REPRODUCTION AND ASSEMBLY.

Assembly: Step 1

Inventory of Pieces

ACOUSTICAL STAGE The Acoustical Stage is part of a set of pieces designed for a solo performer and acoustical research by the Architecture + Community Build Studio during Spring 2018 Semester. This instruction book contains the instruction for the stage itself and also containes two appendices with instruction for the viewing wall and chair that complete the set.

POSITION

COMPONENT NAME QUANTITY

FLOOR STRUCTURE

FP-1 FP-2

SIDE STRUCTURE

SP-1 SP-2 SP-4

LATERAL BRACING

POSITION

FLOOR PANEL

COMPONENT NAME QUANTITY FP-3

1

5

FP-4

1

10

FP-5

1

12

FP-6

1

2

FP-7

1

FP-8

1

5

SP-3 TOP STRUCTURE

POSITION

6

TP-1

1

FF-1

1

TP-2

1

FINISHED FLOOR

FF-2

1

TP-3

1

FF-3

1

TP-4

1

FF-4

1

TP-5

1

SP-4

2

TP-6

1

TP-7

1

TP-8

1

TP-9

1

TP-10 LB-1

SIDE PANEL

SP-5 SP-6

FP-1

(5) FP-2 Directions: •Create (5) rows with the FP-1 pieces. •Place the (5) FP-2 pieces in the slots of the FP-1 pieces as shown below. FP-2

NOTE: If needed, leveling wedges may be placed in the slots under the floor structure to level the stage.

2 2

SP-7

2

RP-1

1

1

RP-2

1

10

RP-3

1

RP-4

1

ROOF PANEL

Pieces Required: (5) FP-1

COMPONENT NAME QUANTITY

Y LOCKS

N/A

120

WEDGES

N/A

116

MUSHROOM

N/A

6

HOOK

N/A

10

LEVELING WEDGE

N/A

60

OTHER ITEMS NEEDED

QUANTITY

LADDER

1

ZIP TIES

100

DRILL

1

SCREWS

25

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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

Assembly: Step 3

Assembly: Step 6

Assembly: Step 10

Pieces Required: (2) SP-2

Pieces Required:

(1) FP-7

Pieces Required: (2) SP-4

(1) FP-3

(1) FP-8

SP-2 -2

(10) LB-1

FP-7 -7

-3 FP-3

FP-4 -4

(1) FP-5

(10) Wedges

SP-4 -4

(2) SP-5

Directions: •Place (5) LB-1 on each back side of the wall structure. Secure with zip ties as required.

FP-8 -8

(10) Y Locks

SP-5 -5

(15) Y Locks (10) Hooks (5) Wedges Directions: •Place (1) SP-4 and (1) SP-5 panel on each side of stage. •Insert (1) Y lock in each slot in the roof structure as shown. Place (1) hook in each Y lock EXCEPT for the five in the front row. Place (1) wedge in each of the Y locks in the front row. See image below.

-6 FP-6

FP-5 -5

(1) FP-4

LB-1 -1

(1) FP-6 Directions: •Insert (2) SP-2 into the floor structure as shown below. Secure with Y locks and wedges. •Place floor panels in the pattern shown below. Secure with zip ties as required.

Figure 1 SP-4

NOTE: Refer to Figure 1 for optional placement of SP-4 pieces on the back of wall structure.

FP-3

SP-5 SP-4

FP-5 FP-8

FP-7 FP-4

FP-6

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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

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A PATH TO INTEGRATION THE REFUGEE CRISIS HAS BECOME A MAJOR CONCERN FOR MANY EUROPEAN COUNTRIES IN RECENT YEARS. THE PURPOSE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO ADDRESS THE CRISIS IN MADRID, SPAIN AND HELP MAKE THE INTEGRATION PROCESS FOR REFUGEES AS SMOOTH AS POSSIBLE. THREE SITES HAVE BEEN CHOSEN, EACH CONTAINING VARYING PROGRAMS THAT COR RESPOND TO THE CURRENT INTEGRATION PLAN SET FORTH BY SPAIN. THE FOCUS OF THIS PROJECT IS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SITE PLAZA DE SANTO DOMINGO, IN WHICH THE BUILDING WILL ACT AS AN INTEGRATION AND EDUCATION RESOURCE HUB FOR REFUGEES.

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GRADUATE DESIGN WORK


ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO III // FALL 2017 SKILLS: REVIT / CAD / ILLUSTRATOR / PHOTOSHOP COLLABORATORS: ASHLEY JENKINS

THIS PROJECT, IN ADDITION TO BEING AN INTEGRATION CENTER FOR REFUGEES, WAS PART OF THE COTE TOP TEN COMPETITION FOR STUDENTS. FOR THE COMPETITION, VARYING SUSTAINABLE MEASURES HAD TO BE MET. THE BUILDING RESPONDS TO THE CLIMATIC CONDITIONS BY USING A COMBINATION OF LARGE THERMAL MASS AND STACKED VEN TILATED WALL SYSTEMS THAT HELP TO CONTROL SUNLIGHT AND HEAT TRANSFER WITHIN THE BUILDING. ITS DESIGN ALSO ALLOWS FOR EFFICIENT VENTILATION THROUGH ITS COURTYARDS AND WATER COLLECTION THROUGH ITS SLOPED ROOFS AND HARDSCAPING.

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TRANSITIONS

PLAN LAN

THIS PROJECT, LOCATED IN ASHEVILLE AND ADJACENT TO BASILICA ST. LAWRENCE, WAS REQUIRED TO CONTAIN SOME FORM OF HOUSING AS WELL AS GIVE BACK TO BOTH THE BASILICA AND THE LOCAL COMMUNITY. WHILE A PORTION OF THE HOUSING WAS SET ASIDE FOR THE BASILICA, THE REMAINDER IS TRANSITIONAL HOUSING TO HELP SATISFY ONE OF THE NEEDS IN ASHEVILLE. THE MAIN FLOOR OF THE COMPLEX THEN SERVED AS A COMMUNITY RESTAURANT, WHICH ALSO HAD A CATERING SERVICE TO PROVIDE FREE MEALS FOR THE HOMELESS THROUGHOUT THE CITY, AND MEETING SPACES/EVENT VENUES THAT COULD BE UTILIZED BY THE BASILICA TO HELP FULFILL THEIR MISSIONS.

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GRADUATE DESIGN WORK


ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO II // SPRING 2017 SKILLS: REVIT / CAD / ILLUSTRATOR / PHOTOSHOP

GRADUATE DESIGN WORK

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A SPACE FOR ALL FAITHS A NON DENOMINATIONAL MEMORIAL CHAPEL WAS TO BE DESIGNED TO BE LOCATED ON CLEMSON UNIVERSITYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S CAMPUS. THE OBJECT WAS TO CREATE AN INSPIRATIONAL SPACE FOR INDIVIDUALS REGARDLESS OF FAITH. THE SITE WAS LOCATED UPON A HILL AND THE DESIGN STRIVES TO ADDRESS THE PUBLIC FROM ALL DIRECTION. FURTHERMORE, THE CHAPEL IS LOCATED IN A BODY OF WATER THAT ALLOWS THE INDIVIDUAL TO CROSS OVER INTO A NEW SPACE. THE STRUCTURAL DESIGN IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT AND SETS THE ATMOSPHERE OF THE SPACE WHILE RESPONDING TO THE ATMOSPHERES OF THE SURROUNDING SITE.

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GRADUATE DESIGN WORK


ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO I // FALL 2016 SKILLS: HAND DRAFTING AND RENDERING / PHYSICAL MODELING

GRADUATE DESIGN WORK

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THE MEADOWS SWIM CLUB THIS STUDIO EXPERIENCE WAS LOCATED AT A SITE IN FRENCH PARK, A SUBURB OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. THE HIGHEST POINT OF THE SITE WAS INTENTIONALLY CHOSEN BECAUSE OF ITS SECLUSION AND PREFERABLE VIEWS. ON THE SITE WAS TO BE DEVELOPED A SWIM AND DIVE CLUB THAT WOULD CATER TO BOTH ATHLETIC AND SOCIAL GATHERINGS. THE BUILDING OBEYS A GRID AND PLACES HIGH IMPORTANCE ON THE ROOF. THE ROOF DRAWS INFLUENCE FROM RENZO PIANOâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S NASHER SCULPTURE CENTER BY CREATING A SERIES OF REPEATING ELEMENTS THAT CREATE INDIVIDUAL BAYS FOR THE BUILDING. THESE BAYS CREATE THE GRID WHICH EXTENDS BEYOND THE CONTEXT OF THE BUILDING INTO THE PARKING LOT AND POOL AREAS.

N

SECTION B

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SECTION A

UNDERGRADUATE DESIGN WORK


ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO II // FALL 2014 SKILLS: REVIT / PHOTOSHOP

N UNDERGRADUATE DESIGN WORK

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AVONDALE ADVENTURE CENTER THE GOAL OF THIS PROJECT WAS TO COMPLETE A LIVING BUILDING CHALLENGE. OUR STUDIO WAS WORKING IN COLLABORATION WITH THE CINCINNATI ZOO AND BOTANICAL GARDENS TO BRAINSTORM IDEAS FOR A SUSTAINABLE GREENHOUSE THAT WAS TO BE BUILT IN PLACE OF ONE OF THEIR EXISTING PARKING LOTS. THE ZOO WANTED TO CREATE A PROGRAM THAT WOULD BENEFIT MORE THAN JUST THEMSELVES, BUT ALSO BE AN EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE FOR THEIR GUESTS AND A MEANS FOR THEM TO GIVE BACK TO THE AVONDALE COMMUNITY. OUR DESIGN INCLUDED A PRODUCTION GREENHOUSE, AN EXHIBITION GREENHOUSE, A DAYCARE AND RECREATION CENTER, AND A FARMERS MARKET.

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UNDERGRADUATE DESIGN WORK


BUILDING DESIGN STUDIO // SPRING 2016 SKILLS: RHINO / ILLUSTRATOR / INDESIGN / PHOTOSHOP / SEFAIRA / SKETCHUP COLLABORATORS: SARAH ALTENE / JULIE MORGAN / JAMES REED

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UNDERGRADUATE DESIGN WORK

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THP LIMITED INC. // SUMMER 2015 SKILLS: CAD / FIELD VISITS / PROJECT MANAGEMENT COLLABORATORS: TONY METTE

UC PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE

A PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI WAS HAVING PROBLEMS WITH WATER LEAKAGE, SO THE TOPPING SLAB WAS TO BE TAKEN OFF, WATERPROOFING FIXED, AND A NEW TOPPING SLAB ADDED. MY ROLE IN THE PROJECT WAS ANALYZING THE SITE AND GATHERING INFORMATION FOR DOCUMENTS, PRODUCING DOCUMENTS, AND AIDING IN THE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS. AS PART OF THE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS, I ATTENDED PRE BID AND PRE CONSTRUCTION MEETINGS, AS WELL AS OCCASIONAL FIELD VISITS TO ASSESS PROGRESS.

BEFORE CONSTRUCTION

WATERPROOFING REPLACEMENT 16

TOPPING SLAB REMOVAL

AFTER CONSTRUCTION WORK EXPERIENCE


HEALTH INNOVATION CENTER

THP LIMITED INC. //SUMMER 2015 SKILLS: RAM STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS / REVIT COLLABORATORS: JASON JONES / JACOB NASH / STEVE TATRO

THIS PROJECT WAS THE RENOVATION OF FOUNDERS HALL AND ADDITION OF THE HEALTH INNOVATION CENTER HIC AT NORTHERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY NKU . I WAS HEAVILY INVOLVED WITH THE PROJECT THROUGHOUT THE SCHEMATIC DESIGN PHASE AND CONTINUED INVOLVEMENT THROUGH THE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PHASE AS WELL. MY MAIN ROLES DURING THE SCHEMATIC DESIGN PHASE WERE: STRUCTURAL MODELING, LOAD CALCULATIONS, PRELIMINARY FRAMING LAYOUT, AND PERIODICALLY ASSIST WITH DRAFT ING/REVIT MODELING. DURING THE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PHASE I HELPED TO MAINTAIN AND UPDATE THE STRUCTURAL MODEL AS CHANGES WERE MADE.

RENDERING TAKEN FROM HTTP://WWW.NKYTRIBUNE.COM/2015/10/GOVERNOR-BESHEAR-AT-TENDS-GROUNDBREAKING-AT-NKU-FOR-105-MILLION-HEALTH-INNOVATION-CENTER/ - BY CO ARCHITECTS

WORK EXPERIENCE

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5/3 ARENA RENOVATION SD

THP LIMITED INC. // SUMMER 2015 - SUMMER 2016 SKILLS: RAM STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS / RAM ELEMENTS / HAND CALCULATIONS / CAD / REVIT COLLABORATORS: BRAD SAALFELD / STEVE TATRO / MIKE BOWLING / JASON MARTIN

THE CURRENT BASKETBALL ARENA AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI 5/3 ARENA WAS PLANNING A RENOVATION. THE RENOVATION INCLUDED THE ADDITION OF AN UPPER CONCOURSE, CHANGES TO THE UPPER BOWL SEATING, AND MANY OTHER CHANGES. DURING SCHEMATIC DESIGN, MY MAIN ROLE IN THE PROJECT WAS CREATING STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS MODELS FOR BOTH THE EXISTING STRUCTURE AS WELL AS THE STRUCTURE WITH PROPOSED RENOVATIONS. I ALSO HELPED WITH LOAD GENERATION, APPLICATION, AND MINOR REVIT MODELING.

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WORK EXPERIENCE


5/3 ARENA RENOVATION DD

THP LIMITED INC. // SUMMER 2015 - SUMMER 2016 SKILLS: RAM STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS / RAM ELEMENTS / HAND CALCULATIONS / CAD / REVIT COLLABORATORS: BRAD SAALFELD / STEVE TATRO / MIKE BOWLING / JASON MARTIN

THE CURRENT BASKETBALL ARENA AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI 5/3 ARENA WAS PLANNING A RENOVATION. THE RENOVATION INCLUDED THE ADDITION OF AN UPPER CONCOURSE, CHANGES TO THE UPPER BOWL SEATING, AND MANY OTHER CHANGES. DURING DESIGN DEVELOPMENT, MY MAIN ROLE WAS MAINTAINING THE ANALYSIS MODELS WHICH WERE BUILT DURING SCHEMATIC DESIGN AS CHANGES WERE MADE. I ALSO HELPED WITH UPDATING LOADING AS THE INFORMATION BECOMES AVAILABLE. FOR THE NEW LEVELS WHICH WERE BEING ADDED, I AIDED IN GENERATING SEPARATE ANALYSIS MODELS FOR GENERAL MEMBER SIZING. I CONTINUED TO ASSIST IN MINOR REVIT MODELING.

WORK EXPERIENCE

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FABRICATING SECTION THIS COURSE WAS OUR INTRODUCTION TO USING THE VARIOUS EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE TO US SUCH AS: 3D PRINTERS, 2D AND 3D CNC, LASER CUTTING, AND VACUUM FORMING. AT THE BEGINNING OF THE COURSE, WE TOOK A DESIGN FROM OUR PREVIOUS VISUALIZATION COURSE AND USED IT AS OUR OBJECT FOR LEARNING ALL OF THE EQUIPMENT. AT THE END OF THE COURSE, WE TURNED THE DESIGN INTO A SMALL BUILDING AND SYNTHESIZED ALL OF THE TECHNIQUES WE LEARNED TO MAKE A BUILDING MODEL. DELIVERABLES INCLUDED AN EXPLODED AXON SHOWING ALL MATERIALS, A RENDERING, AND A PHYSICAL MODEL USING AT LEAST THREE OF THE EQUIPMENTS LEARNED. THIS ALSO SERVED AS OUR INTRODUCTION TO MATERIALS AND ASSEMBLIES.

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VISUALIZATION AND REPRESENTATION SKILLS


VISUALIZATION AND REPRESENTATION II // SPRING 2017 SKILLS: RHINO / CAD / ILLUSTRATOR / PHOTOSHOP / LASER CUTTING / VACUUM FORMING / 3D PRINTING

THE FINAL MODEL USED VARIOUS DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES LEARNED THROUGHOUT THE COURSE. THE ROCKITE SLAB AND WALLS WERE CAST INTO 3D PRINTED FORM WORK. THE BASE, BEAMS/STUDS, AND FLOORING/ROOFING MATERIAL WERE CUT USING THE LASER CUTTER. THE GLASS OBJECT WAS MADE USING THE VACUUM FORMER. FOR THIS PIECE, THE OBJECT WAS FIRST 3D PRINTED. THEN SHEETS OF PLEXY GLASS WERE VACUUM FORMED OVER THE 3D PRINTED OBJECT AND GLUED TOGETHER. THE RENDERING GIVES AN ABSTRACT REPRESENTATION OF HOW THIS BUILDING COULD BE IMAGINED.

VISUALIZATION AND REPRESENTATION SKILLS

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GEOMETRIC DEFORMATIONS

VISUALIZATION AND REPRESENTATION I // FALL 2016 SKILLS: RHINO / ILLUSTRATOR

THIS PROJECT WAS OUR INTRODUCTION TO USING RHINO. WE WERE GIVEN THE TASK OF CREATING A SPHERE IN RHINO AND USING SIMPLE COMMANDS TO MANIPULATE THE SHAPE INTO SOMETHING MORE INTERESTING. WE WERE THEN TASKED WITH EXPERIMENTING WITH VARIOUS ORIENTATIONS OF THE OBJECT IN ORDER TO FIND THE MOST INTER ESTING VIEW. THIS PROJECT ALSO SERVED AS AN INTRODUCTION TO IMPORTING RHINO FILES AND MANIPULATING OPACITIES AND LINE WEIGHTS IN ILLUSTRATOR.

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TILING STRUCTURE

VISUALIZATION AND REPRESENTATION I // FALL 2016 SKILLS: RHINO / ILLUSTRATOR / PHOTOSHOP

FOR THIS PROJECT WE WERE TASKED WITH CREATING A REPEATING PATTERN THAT WAS THEN TO BE MANIPULATED AND APPLIED TO MULTIPLE SURFACES. WE FIRST CONSTRUCTED A THREE BY THREE GRID OF SURFACES THAT SHOWED A SERIES OF MANIPULATIONS. THE PATTERN WAS THEN APPLIED TO THESE SURFACES. OUR FAVORITE SURFACE WAS THEN SELECTED AND USED TO APPLY TO A CUBE. THE CUBE SURFACES WERE THEN OFFSET IN ORDER TO CREATE A STRUCTURE. THIS CUBE STRUCTURE WAS THEN USED TO CREATE BOTH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL RENDERINGS WITH SCALE FIGURES.

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EXPLORING CONTINUITY THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROJECT WAS TO EXPLORE THE IDEAS OF CONTINUITY AND TOPOLOGY USING TECHNIQUES AND SKILLS IN RHINO THAT HAD BEEN LEARNED THROUGHOUT THE SEMESTER. THE IDEA OF KLEIN BOTTLES AND OBJECT THAT INTERSECT THEMSELVES WERE OF PARTICULAR INTEREST. A SELF INTERSECTING OBJECT WAS CREATED AND THEN TRANSFORMED AND TRANSPOSED ON ITSELF IN ORDER TO EXPLORE SPACIAL OPPORTUNITIES. THE OBJECT WAS THEN EXPLODED TO FURTHER EXPLORE POSSIBILITIES.

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VISUALIZATION AND REPRESENTATION I // FALL 2016 SKILLS: RHINO / PHOTOSHOP

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SHOP SKILLS THIS COURSE WAS OUR INTRODUCTION TO USING THE VARIOUS EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE TO US SUCH AS: 3D PRINTERS, 2D AND 3D CNC, LASER CUTTING, AND VACUUM FORMING. AT THE BEGINNING OF THE COURSE, WE TOOK A DESIGN FROM OUR PREVIOUS VISUALIZATION COURSE AND USED IT AS OUR OBJECT FOR LEARNING ALL OF THE EQUIPMENT. AT THE END OF THE COURSE, WE TURNED THE DESIGN INTO A SMALL BUILDING AND SYNTHESIZED ALL OF THE TECHNIQUES WE LEARNED TO MAKE A BUILDING MODEL. BELOW ARE THE TWO 3D PRINTED OBJECTS, ONE OF A SOLID, THE OTHER OF A VOID, A LAMP LASER CUT OUT OF CARDBOARD, AND AN EGG CRATED CUBE MADE USING THE 2D CNC MACHINE.

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VISUALIZATION AND REPRESENTATION II // SPRING 2017 SKILLS: 3D PRINTING / LASER CUTTING / 2D CNC / 3D CNC / CASTING / VACUUM FORMING

THIS COURSE WAS OUR INTRODUCTION TO USING THE VARIOUS EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE TO US SUCH AS: 3D PRINTERS, 2D AND 3D CNC, LASER CUTTING, AND VACUUM FORMING. AT THE BEGINNING OF THE COURSE, WE TOOK A DESIGN FROM OUR PREVIOUS VISUALIZATION COURSE AND USED IT AS OUR OBJECT FOR LEARNING ALL OF THE EQUIPMENT. AT THE END OF THE COURSE, WE TURNED THE DESIGN INTO A SMALL BUILDING AND SYNTHESIZED ALL OF THE TECHNIQUES WE LEARNED TO MAKE A BUILDING MODEL. BELOW IS A CUBE MADE BY 3D CNCING MDF. THAT OBJECT WAS THEN VACUUM FORMED WITH A SHEET OF PLASTIC TO CREATE A FORM. THAT FORM WAS THEN USED TO CAST THE OBJECT IN ROCKITE.

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