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MI C H AE L ROGOVIN


MICHAEL ROGOVIN

Michael1@mac.com - Cell (513) 259-5608

Education

Master of Architecture University of Cincinnati, DAAP School of Architecture and Interior Design August, 2013-2016 Bachelor of Science of Architecture University of Cincinnati, DAAP School of Architecture and Interior Design September, 2008-2012

Professional

Perkins+Will Atlanta, Georgia. May - August, 2015 Schematic design and construction document production for two K-12 projects. CD work ran from 75% through bid documents (3 months). Terry Boling Architect Cincinnati, Ohio. August, 2014 - January, 2015 Worked independently under the advisement of Terry Boling to assemble a permit set for an adaptive reuse project in Cincinnati’s historic OTR neighborhood. GBBN Architects Cincinnati, Ohio. January - May, 2014 Schematic-design, Rendering/graphics work, and Revit drafting for historic submission preparation, and educational projects. William McDonough + Partners San Francisco, California. January - May, 2013 Designed for client and competition work with responsibilities including parametric scripting, 3D modeling, drafting, and presentation materials. Ziger/Snead Architects Baltimore, Maryland. January - March, 2012 Schematic-design, graphic/standards work, client presentations, and Revit drafting for educational and commercial buildings. Earl Swensson Associates Nashville, Tennessee. March - June, 2011 Schematic-design, client presentations, and Revit drafting for healthcare and commercial buildings. The Office of Planning and Architecture Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. January - April and Sept - Dec, 2010 Pre-design through early CD development on residential, civic, and commercial buildings.


Instruction

Graduate assistant scholarship Cincinnati, Ohio. 2015 - 2016 DAAP GA contracts are a highly competitive opportunity to teach within the undergraduate program in a variety of both hand and digital skills. Private Vray tutoring Cincinnati, Ohio. Fall 2012 - Spring 2014 Lessons primarily in Vray Rhino with post production work in Photoshop. Student Reference: David Saldoff <dsaldoff@gmail.com> DForm student group vice president Cincinnati, Ohio. 2015 - 2016 Organized and lead DAAP student group with a focus on digital exploration. Lead several workshop covering rendering and realtime development.

Experience

Digital Experience: Rhino, Grasshopper, Revit, SketchUp, AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, Unity3D, Vray, 3D Printing/laser cutting, Mac OS-X expert. Assorted Skills: Free-hand sketching/drafting, Watercolor, Oil painting, MIG welding.

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THE REMNANT CITY An investigation into the misuse of residual territory


GRADUATE THESIS

INDEPENDENT STUDIO PROJECT FALL 2015 - SPRING 2016

PARKING

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Abstract Urban revitalization has pushed to reclaim Cincinnati’s once barren urban core, condensing people, commerce and leisure into the rigid constraints of a 19th century fabric. As a consequence, remnants of the city’s historic fabric have left a patchwork of underutilized and otherwise vacant space. This thesis proposes injecting new life into this forgotten territory, creating a structured network to engage the physical make up of Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. In so doing,

a new landscape is formed to challenge the implicit hierarchy of space and explicit tethers which relegate the public realm to the ground. The resulting typological study will provide a means by which the city can weave its architecture legacy with the ever changing condition of society. The resulting architectural intervention illuminates the residual province of the city, reclaiming it through the creation of a public space.

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UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI

FINDLAY MARKET DISTRICT

OVER-THE-RHINE

BUISNESS DISTRICT

City Context - Cincinnati, Ohio OHIO RIVER

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The Elevated Territory Beyond the constructs of brick and stone which hinder path and view, vertical separation defines access in the built environment. When elevated above the skyline of OTR, the neighborhoodâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s consistent roofline and coherent formal language weave together forming a rolling landscape of rooftops. Unfortunately, this territory remains hidden from view and is rarely used for much other than hiding the architectural acne of air handlers, compressors, and exhaust vents. A handful of roofs have been reclaimed as outdoor patios, but these remain little more than an oasis amongst as

sea of asphalt shingle. This thesis strives to recover this lost territory through an architecture that encourages movement beyond the ground plain, bridging street corner to rooftop as one consistent landscape. As a result the domain of the elevated territory is merged with that of the ground, blurring distinctions of property line and threshold that otherwise define the city. Where the ground plane sees a blockade, an elevated vantage point sees a bridge, eliminating the constraints bound to surface.


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Program

This thesis intervenes at the neighborhood scale throughout the Findlay Market district of Cincinnatiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s OTR. The residual voids in the urban environment are woven together with an encompassing open architectural strategy. This architecture resembles a cloth stretched and deformed to connect the leftover zones at each elevation within the city. Detached from the bounds of the ground plane, this new fluid form serves to unify the neighborhood through the insertion of movement, spatial experience, and

as an architectural identity which subsequent development can build upon. Once freed from the constraints bound to elevation, open space can serve as an organizing structure in which new program can be injected, while street level movement remains unobstructed. Tying these elements together, paths, bridges, and the otherwise programmatically ambiguous architecture are employed as a method to define and link intervention from block to block, and from street to rooftop.


Race Street Render - Former parking lot

Findlay Street Render - Former parking lot

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Neighborhood Analysis - Identify spatial opportunities

10 - 300 sqft. Apartments

9 - 300 sqft. Apartments

4 - 300 sqft. Apartments

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Roof Top Render - Former Findlay Playground

Above Fabric Render - Former parking lot

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Conclusion This thesis is a reactionary architectural response to the market based development that has reshaped Over the Rhine in recent years, willfully defying the neighborhoods perceived trajectory. The result is a framework through which the city can establish a paradigm of collective ownership over the urban form for the community at large, as opposed to the domain of the individual land owner.

A cohesive fluid architecture affords the neighborhood a unified identity to negotiate the historic legacy of the city with contemporary development. At the same time, movement unshackled from the ground plane reclaims the elevated territory as refuge from the constraints of the sporadically subdivided urban block.


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VISITORS

CENTER

GRADUATE STUDIO

INDEPENDENT STUDIO PROJECT FALL 2012


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C ontext S ensitive Designing for Columbus, Indiana carries special significance with the excellent body of built work on display, from Saarinen’s First Christian Church constructed in 1942 to Venturi’s Fire Station # 4 built in 1968. In recent years the city’s architecture prowess has lost some of its steam in creating new buildings. Columbus needs to be able to respect its past while simultaneously looking to the future where architectural tourism may be a stronger economic force than the manufacturing that once shaped the city.


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L obby P erspective As an architectural center, the goal of the building was not to foreground itself but present the historic buildings of Columbus to a new audience. To achieve this, the connection to the street and urban fabric was an important step to encourage engagement beyond the walls of the center. Floor to ceiling glass was used to invite passers-by in and open up views out.


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Program was distributed vertically based on desire for privacy versus public access with the artist residence being the most private and the temporary gallery and lobby being the least. An exploratory stair encourages patrons to move upwards within the building granting access to the permanent collection while isolating them from the noise and distraction of the street.

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MAGNETIC

FLOW

PARAMETRIC STUDIO

INDEPENDENT STUDIO PROJECT SPRING 2012


As with many Midwestern cities, Cincinnati has transitioned away from heavy manufacturing. On top of this, the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s urban core, known as Over-the-Rhine (OTR), was overlooked for many years in favor of new suburban developments on the cities outskirts. Despite this, OTR is in a period of revival with a renewed interest in the arts, dining, and nightlife. As a result there is a growing interest in new manufacturing for artists and their works, involving 3-D prototyping utilizing computers and advanced robotics. This became the driving program behind my capstone studio project, a computer arts center, to produce, educate, and display a new generation of art and manufacturing.

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M odernity

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In order to achieve a design that reflects the high tech nature of the building’s program, I looked to combine a parametric design approach with a rational modern one. The resulting hybrid design utilizes modern spatial planning and massing. The site uses a grid altered by a magnetic attractor script that expands the grid at points chosen to direct site forces and the user experience. A similar script was used to create a sun shade system that adapts to the desire for exposure, climate, and the overall architecture.

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M agnetic D isplacement Magnetic displacement is a tool used to manipulate a grid parametrically, based on a set of control points determined by the design needs.

1. FLATTENED GLAZING

2. PLACE CONTROL POINTS

3. PLACE MORE POINTS

4. TRIM LINES TO ORIGINAL SHAPE

5. CUT-OUT INDIVIDUAL PANELS

6. FOLD BACK TO ORIGINAL SHAPE

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Elevation Facing South

Elevation Facing North

and the C asino The chosen site sits upon a highly visible corner at the edge of OTRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s historic urban fabric and I-71 highway. Further complicating things, a casino is being built at the siteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s southern end. With it comes some of the f lamboyance of Vegas but with a Midwestern twist. The result is a site that has not one distinct identity but several competing inf luences. As such, it seemed appropriate to develope a clean style that would not offend OTRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s history and at the same time stand up to the bright lights of the new casino.

C ontext


Elevation looking East

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CREST HILLS

VINEYARD

AMBERLY VILLAGE

INDEPENDENT STUDIO PROJECT SUMMER, 2012


This studio project sought to repurpose a large abandoned golf course just outside of Cincinnati. The site included a poorly maintained clubhouse which was reclaimed as a Winery processing building, rentable event space, and student run restaurant. The expansive former greens are to be used for agriculture, the growing of grapes, and as park grounds.

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Wine is best aged undisturbed from few months to several years. During this time, the wine prefers stable cooler temperatures in order to produce the best flavors. For this reason the tunnel inserted under the original building houses much of the long term storage. This also creates an opportunity for guests to have a stronger interaction with the product as they are forced to pass it on their way out to the park lands.

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Strategy

1 - Existing Structure

Axis

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2 - Addition added on north for a Restaurant

3 - Wine cellar added below existing structure to open onto to green

Anchor

Extending from the Vineyard main building, an axis was drawn across the site intending to connect the far extents of the former gulf course. The axis terminates at a pavilion intended for social events three seasons of the year. Within this context, a modern take on the primitive hut seemed appropriate as to not overwhelm the surrounding landscape but instead nestle within it.

4 - Connect upper level with exposed walkway


Context

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Terminating the axis started with the storage tunnel is a tasting pavilion. Unlike the main building which sits in opposition to the nature it inhabits, this structure is intended to be integrated into the landscape. Extensive use of wood softens the buildingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s opposition to the surroundings. The absence of walls means there is never a disconnect from the outdoors.

Garden

Relatively flat area with good sun and close proximity to kitchen.

Viticulture

Grapes prefer sunny south facing slopes with good drainage.

Orchard

Being the least picky of soil, slop, and sun conditions, fruiting trees make use of less desirable land.

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NORTHSIDE

PAVILION

PROJECT REVISION

INDEPENDENT PROJECT

FALL 2012


The Northside Pavilion is a revision to a undergraduate studio project based on the feedback I had received during my final critique. The project contained a mix of existing and new structures surrounding a courtyard internal to the site. This newly proposed scheme, seeks to unify adjacent buildings with a strong architectural identity.

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P arametrically C ontrolled P avilion Through a Grasshopper controlled definition the grid was adjusted to increase density and account for structural loads. At these same points the grid was pulled to the ground to form a single fluctuating plain.

1. Pavilion Grid

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As a central courtyard to the market site, the idea was to create a usable gathering space that would bind the various buildings together with an iconic pavilion structure. The site grid was subdivided to create the tight rigid structure and then manipulated using three control points defined by the original site grid.

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PLACE MAKER

AIRSTREAM

NIEHOFF URBAN STUDIO

INDEPENDENT COMMUNITY PROJECT FALL 2015

Mobile Place Making Over the last few years, Walnut Hills Redevelopment corporation (WHRC) has used a series of strategic interventions at particularly problematic or blighted properties as a way address larger issues within the community. These have taken the form of pocket parks, community programing, and outreach events. While the strategy has proved fruitful, each intervention required its own capital and time investment with little ability to share resources from project to project. To that end, a concept for a mobile place making trailer was developed which offers greater flexibility for future projects. This trailer was envisioned to address a wide range of programatic needs, from selling hot chocolate on cold winter

days to acting as the center of the party with music, lights, and libations during a block party. Most importantly was the flexibility to transition from function to function, responding to the needs of the community in turn. With this in mind, we developed a set of design criteria that would be necessary for the concept to be successful. First was a large sales height window which the trailer could use to interact with the public. Second was the need for storage and transportation, whether it be for tables and chairs or a human size chess set. Third was the need for security. The trailer would likely sit for most of its life waiting for the next event, during this time it should remain secure.


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3'-11" PALLET

2'-7 1/2"

93 sq.ft.

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14'-4 3/4"

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119 sq.ft.

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Enlarged Sales Window Expand existing window opening to sales height and extend width Rear Doors An essential part of the trailer conversion would require the addition of new large rear entry to load and unload tables, chairs, and supplies. Shelving/Storage Flexible storages above with spaces for kegs and taps below

Extending Canopy Canopy to extend over sales window offering shade and rain protection

Lighting lighting is needed to highlight the tailer and provide light for night events

Branding As an icon for the community, large letters are painted on the site of the trailer, giving it a strong visual presense

Enclosure The metal canopy that provides shading can also close to secure the trailer

Produce Market

Food

Entertainment

Coffee and Cocao

Arts Engagement

Libations

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VARIOUS SKETCHES

SKETCH STUDIES INDEPENDENT WORK FALL 2012 - SPRING 2016


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T hesis S ketches

Despite an increased reliance on computer aid in the design process, hand sketches still play a pivitol role in formal exploration and invsetigation. The work above helped shape the eventual outcome of my thesis work as quick iterative sketches on design ideas.


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CLUSTER

VARIOUS MATERIALS, 12” X 12” 2009

DYLAN # 1

OIL ON CANVAS, 12” X 24” 2007

VARIOUS

ARTS

HAND WORK

ASSORTED PROJECTS

2007-2009


CUT-OUT SELF PORTRAIT OIL ON WOOD, 36” X 48” 2007

NUDE

PASTEL, 12” X 24” 2007

DYLAN # 3

OIL ON CANVAS, 12” X 24” 2007

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L ight T unnel Constructed with 72 stacked hexagons each rotating at 6 degrees to form a geometric light tunnel. This piece was built over a three month period during my senior year of high school.


T ower L amp The Tower Lamp was constructed as a reinterpretation of the formal qualities of Dominique Perraultâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s BibliothĂŠque Nationale de France (BNF) as defined though light. Construction was completed with a combination of digital fabrication and handwork. Running vertically along the lamp, louvers control the light being emitted much like the large wooden panels used in the BNF.

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MICHAEL ROGOVIN

Michael1@mac.com - Cell (513) 259-5608

Education

Master of Architecture University of Cincinnati, DAAP School of Architecture and Interior Design August, 2013-2016 Bachelor of Science of Architecture University of Cincinnati, DAAP School of Architecture and Interior Design September, 2008-2012

Professional

Perkins+Will Atlanta, Georgia. May - August, 2015 Schematic design and construction document production for two K-12 projects. CD work ran from 75% through bid documents (3 months). Terry Boling Architect Cincinnati, Ohio. August, 2014 - January, 2015 Worked independently under the advisement of Terry Boling to assemble a permit set for an adaptive reuse project in Cincinnatiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s historic OTR neighborhood. GBBN Architects Cincinnati, Ohio. January - May, 2014 Schematic-design, Rendering/graphics work, and Revit drafting for historic submission preparation, and educational projects. William McDonough + Partners San Francisco, California. January - May, 2013 Designed for client and competition work with responsibilities including parametric scripting, 3D modeling, drafting, and presentation materials. Ziger/Snead Architects Baltimore, Maryland. January - March, 2012 Schematic-design, graphic/standards work, client presentations, and Revit drafting for educational and commercial buildings. Earl Swensson Associates Nashville, Tennessee. March - June, 2011 Schematic-design, client presentations, and Revit drafting for healthcare and commercial buildings. The Office of Planning and Architecture Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. January - April and Sept - Dec, 2010 Pre-design through early CD development on residential, civic, and commercial buildings.


Instruction

Graduate assistant scholarship Cincinnati, Ohio. 2015 - 2016 DAAP GA contracts are a highly competitive opportunity to teach within the undergraduate program in a variety of both hand and digital skills. Private Vray tutoring Cincinnati, Ohio. Fall 2012 - Spring 2014 Lessons primarily in Vray Rhino with post production work in Photoshop. Student Reference: David Saldoff <dsaldoff@gmail.com> DForm student group vice president Cincinnati, Ohio. 2015 - 2016 Organized and lead DAAP student group with a focus on digital exploration. Lead several workshop covering rendering and realtime development.

Experience

Digital Experience: Rhino, Grasshopper, Revit, SketchUp, AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, Unity3D, Vray, 3D Printing/laser cutting, Mac OS-X expert. Assorted Skills: Free-hand sketching/drafting, Watercolor, Oil painting, MIG welding.

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