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DESIGN PORTFOLIO


COWDENLAUREN16@GMAIL.COM http://issuu.com/lmcowden/docs/portfolio 16686 Corner Cove Way

Orlando, FL 32820

fall 2010 - fall 2013

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY : SYRACUSE, NY School of Architecture SEMINOLE STATE COLLEGE : OVIEDO, FL Digital Media/Graphic Design

spring 2014

LAWRENCE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL : INDIANAPOLIS, IN

spring 2010

SOCIAL MEDIA AND BRANDING COORDINATOR : ORLANDO, FL

summer 2011 - fall 2013

-Established unique company brand and presence within Human Resources Industry -Developed company logo, mission statement , motto, and quarterly newsletter -Designed company website, stationary, business cards, thank you cards, and all promotional materials -Assisted in client prospecting and secured contract with IT and Telecommunications Company -Worked on the preparation and compilation of multiple RFP’s -Delivered exceptional customer service and prepared seven customized business proposals -Presented information to clients one-on-one as well as in group settings -Attended Business Opportunity Fairs and networking events

ANTIOCH MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Graphic Designer SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Library Assistant

fall 2013- present fall 2011- spring 2013

COMPUTER : MODELING : Plexiglass . Chipboard . Foam . Museum board . Taft board . Wire FABRICATION : Laser cutting . CNC Mill . Wood shop . Vacuum Forming . Rockite Pour MULTIDISCIPLINARY DESIGN WORK Marketing Graphic Design Event Planning

TOP DESIGN Lawrence Central High-school AIA SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT Syracuse University DEAN’S LIST Syracuse University School of Architecture

fall 2008 fall 2010 - spring 2013 fall 2011- spring 2013


“Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.� -Steve Jobs


Contents Project 1 Seagram Building Case Study for Advanced Building Systems Project 2

Project 3 Benchmark Study Project 4 Resume design for colleague Project 5 ook ok design and mar markketing stra r tegy for Rev G. Proje o ct Project 6


Introduction . Structure . Envelope. Mechanical

Building Data

Building Type: Skyscraper Style: International Style

Location

Neighborhood: Midtown Borough: Manhattan City: New York City State: New York Country: USA

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Technical Data

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Height: 515 ft Floors: 38 Date of Design: 1954 Date of Construction: 1956-1958 Renovation: 2000 Building Cost: $41,000,000

Structural Data

Structural System: Rigid frame Structural Material: Steel

Enclosure Data

Facade Material: Bronze Facade System: Curtain wall Facade Color: Black

Companies Involved

Design Architect: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe Associate Architect: Phillip Johnson Structural Engineers: Severud Associates Mechanical Engineers: Jaros, Baum & Bolles Electrical Engineers: Clifton E. Smith Lighting Consultant: Richard Kelly Landscape Architects:Charles Middeleer &Karl Linn General Contractor: George A. Fuller Company

Client

Joseph E Seagram and Sons Limited


Introduction . Structure . Envelope. Mechanical

38th Floor

29th Floor

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515’- 8”

Structural Framing

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17th Floor

The wind bracing in the building is embedded within foot thick concrete shear walls that extend up to the seventeenth floor (outlined in blue). The shear walls are in-between column lines 3 and 6 in the outer bay of the core and between column liners 3 and 5 in the center of the core. There also is an additional offset to column line 7 that takes place on the fourth floor.

11th Floor

4th Floor

Plaza (1st Floor) Wind Bracing 1 2 3 4 Column lines

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6

7

8

9


Introduction . Structure . Envelope. Mechanical

The Windows The repetitive rectangular windows were designed to look clean and simple, while they were actually rigorously detailed and well considered in all design, construction, and user phases. There is a bronze recessed channel going all the way around each window, as if each element is free-

panels relieve the massiveness of the structure. Each window was pre-assembled and transported to the site. After the installation of mullions, these single windows could be simply installed in between. This kind of curtain wall assembled on site was known as “stick construction�.

ARC423 Case Study | Seagram Building | Cowden . Lai . Lewis . Li

Stick construction of the windows: pre-assembled windows installed directly in between the mullions

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A photo showing the color and material effects of the envelope during daytime

A Night View of the Repetitive Rectangular Windows

Plate glass, topaz-tinted Bronze channel 1/8 thick single-layer muntz metal spandrel


Introduction . Structure . Envelope. Mechanical

Ductwork Organization

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There are ďŹ ve main zones in the Seagram Building that supply air.They are mainly located in the perimeter supply system.

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Perimeter Supply

The perimeter supply system is the most spatiallly expressed system within the Seagram Building. This system is expressed by the exterior window units. These units are separated into ďŹ ve zones and are supplied with high-speed air.


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Learning

change international

strategy

markets

competitive

hr

shift

Global nations

Broaden

industries

Diversity risks advantage Exploit

opportunities environments

sources

gain

pursuing following

Strategic labor

countries

Operational Reputation

product

customers


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Aeon

{HR}Service

Services EEO/AAP & Diversity Career Outplacement Employee Engagement Leadership Training HR Strategic Planning Compensation Surveys

Marcy Styles,SPHR,PMP Human Resources Consultant

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321.804.4179 FL Office

{F} {E} {W}

317.816.7001

317.566.2075 IN Office

marcystyles@aeonhrservice.com www.aeonhrservice.com


Meeting the Diversity Talent Management Demand Vectren Corporation Final Report and Findings

..

Aeon HR Service


Talent Strategy Evaluation Survey SAMPLE Process recruiting flow map sample. This visual depiction is a “sample” of how internal recruiting processes flow at another corporation.

Recruitment Process Flowchart (Internal) Requirement Requisition Applicant Tracking System

No

CV Collection CV Database Source

Yes Applicant Inquiry

Walk In

No

Recruiter’s Review

Yes

No

Self Assessment form

Yes

No

Test

Yes Department head

No

Initiators Dept/ Technical Interview

Yes

HR head

No

HR Interview Document Verification

Yes No Offer Letter

Yes Exit

Recruitment Process

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hr

Aeon HR Service

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Orlando, FL 32820

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P: 321-804-4179

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W: www.aeonhrser vice.com


[TL] Tina Lin 200-13 33rd Avenue, Bayside, NY 11361 T. [ 917 - 916 - 0517 ] E. [tlin14@syr.edu] LI. [http://www.linkedin.com/in/tinalin1]

Experience

Marketing Intern [ American Bear Productions . Syracuse. NY]

[July 2012 - present]

Helped create innovative ideas with the American Bear Production’s marketing department in order to promote the upcoming Film "American Bear : An Adventure In The Kindness of Strangers". Controlled online content about films by posting on blogs and sites related to the film's message. Assisted with the distribution and marketing of film through flyers and posters. [August 2010 - present] Librarian Clerk [ Syracuse University . Syracuse. NY] Maintained the appearance and organization of the library. Provided reference assistance to library patrons by checking out books and materials to students and falculty. Worked on group projects for the library that involved reorganizing and documenting books. Executive Assistant [Sea Sea Spa . Flushing.NY]

[June 2011 - July 2011]

Answered phones and communicated with customers on a daily basis. Helped manage payment transactions. Scheduled and coordinated meetings, interviews, and appointments.

Education

Syracuse University

[May 2014]

College of Arts and Sciences Canidate for B.A. English Textual Studies, Minor in Marketing GPA 3.3 [Dean’s List] Skills

Volunteer Work

Computer [Microsoft Word . Microsoft PowerPoint . Microsoft Outlook] Languages [English . Conversational Chinese . Mandarin and Fuzhounese]

Advocacy Center [Syracuse.NY]

[Spring 2012]

Organized and coordinated campus wide event called Take Back the Night. Communicated with fellow students on ascertaining information on rape prevention and forming healthy relationships. Awards

Awards


RESUME RE-DESIGN


Reverend

“G stands for god.�

marcellena r styles


Reverend

“G stands for god.”

“This book is based on a true story about a black Christian family that takes place over a twenty year span. (Mid 1960’s to Late 1980’s) Olivia K. Williams is the main character who is the cousin and adopted sister of one of the most famous gospel singers of the 20th Century. After a tragic family death her family becomes scattered and disconnected. As an aging mother of two, Olivia becomes ob- sessed with her dream to succeed as a run-way model and decides that her only way to the top is through her famous GrammyAward winning brother and his Hollywood “A” list associates. Once Olivia’s brother (Rev. G) gives her access into his inner circle and Los Angeles California mansion some troubling situations are revealed about him and the church where he pastors. The Carnegie Hall acclaimed gospel singer turned pastor is at the pinnacle of his career when he decides to turn against Olivia. The multiplicity of everyday stresses and family rejection eventually gets the best of Olivia. In an effort to reinvent herself, she moves back to a small town in the Midwest to re-connect with her biological siblings, and to seek solace. Her concerted effort to rebuild her reputation, gain financial stability and become restored spirituality is graciously afforded by God. Olivia’s children grow up and call her blessed! The storyline offers intensity points throughout but reaches its plateau when Rev. G begins to lose his anointing and spiritual countenance through his life-style choices. What is perceived to be a spiritual “struggle” becomes an increasingly magnified lavish homosexual life-style. Rev. G’s hunger and appetite for financial prosperity grows out of control while his rock star–like power within the black church community slowly erodes and his most precious gift is at stake.” - marcellena r styles


SLICED MASS

second floor

first floor harrison st.

winter sunlight

north elevation

(everson museum of art.syracuse.ny)

summer sunlight


THANK YOU

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