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PORTFOLIO MARTHA O’CONNELL


TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S

PROJECTS FROM FIRST YEAR SUMMER OPTION TO FOURTH YEAR FALL SEMESTER ADDITIONAL WATERCOLORS & DRAWINGS RESUME


MARTHA O’CONNELL mmo0003@tigermail.auburn.edu 5 2 4 Fox R i d ge Ro a d Saint Louis, MO 63131 314 - 239 - 2399

Education

Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama College of Architecture, Design and Construction Bachelor of Architecture Degree Program: GPA - 3.50 anticipated date of graduation

August 2008 - present

Study Abroad, Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey School of Architecture, Department of Interior Architecture John Burroughs School, Saint Louis, Missouri High School Diploma

May 2013 Spring 2011

June 2008

Presentation Skills

Computer Skills: Proficient in use of AutoCAD, SketchUp, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, and Microsoft Office Suite. Working knowledge of Revit.

Work Experience

Answers, Inc. July 2010 Summer Internship/Shadowing: Produced finish boards, schematic design development, construction documents, researched existing site conditions, drafted plans and elevations and researched products. Range of projects: interior work on exisiting children’s hospital lobby, elementary school teacher’s lounge, restaurant floor plans, and new-construction interior work on assisted living facilities.

Hand Skills: Drafting, sketching, watercolor, laser cut and free hand modeling

Centric Group 2007-2008 Summer Internship: Human Resources: helped plan and run a company healthcare fair, reviewed and filed employee’s tax forms, and made new-hire packets. 2007 Corporate Relations: Helped with preparations and running of the 2007 USGA Men’s Junior Amateur hosted by Centric Group. 2007 Corporate Services: Researched techniques and organized company’s presentation on a new employee retainment program, miscelaneous office work. 2008

Recognitions & Activities

Faculty Book Award: Second Year Studio College of Architecture, Design and Construction Dean’s list American Institute of Architecture Students Member Community Outreach Chair - Fifth Grade Art National Society of Leadership & Success Presidential Member

Spring 2010 Spring 2010 Fall 2010 2009 - present 2011-2012 2010 - present

Delta Epsilon Iota Academic Honor Society Member

2010 - present

Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority Member

2008 - present

Collegiate Intramural Athletics - Soccer

2008 - present


PRIVATE LAKEFRONT RESIDENCE

LAKE MARTIN, ALABAMA

SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE

SECOND YEAR FALL STUDIO: PROF. MILLER


SOUTHWEST ELEVATION - SCALE: 3/16” = 1’


AXON VIEW OF GREEN WALL IN EXTERIOR GATHERING SPACE

LAKE FRONT ELEVATION - SCALE: 3/16” = 1’


SECTION A-A - SCALE: 3/16” = 1’


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1. HOUSE ENTRY 2. MASTER BEDROOM 3. MASTER BATHROOM 4. PRIVATE EXTERIOR SPACE

THIRD FLOOR PLAN - SCALE: 3/16” = 1’

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5. DINING ROOM 6. KITCHEN 7. GATHERING SPACE 8. EXTERIOR GATHERING SPACE WITH LAKE ACCESS 9. LAUNDRY ROOM 10. BATHROOM 5. SECOND FLOOR PLAN - SCALE: 3/16” = 1’

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11. STUDIO SPACE 12. GUEST BEDROOM 13. GUEST BATHROOM 14. GUEST BEDROOM 15. EXTERIOR GATHERING SPACE WITH LAKE ACCESS 16. ACCESS TO LAKE & SECOND FLOOR EXTERIOR GATHERING SPACE

FIRST FLOOR PLAN - SCALE: 3/16” = 1’

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MIXED-USE BOOKSTORE FACADE

DOWNTOWN OPELIKA, AL BOOKSTORE &RESIDENTIALFACADE

SECOND YEAR FALL STUDIO: PROF. MILLER


CHILDREN’S CARDIAC HOSPITAL OF CHICAGO

CHICAGO CHILDRENS HEART HOSPITAL

CLARK ST. & HARRISON ST, CHICAGO, IL

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HARRISON ST.

SITE LOCATION IN CHICAGO

SITE LOCATION IN 3-D CITY CONTEXT

FOURTH YEAR FALL STUDIO: PROF. FINN


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE_NORTH-WEST CORNER FAMILY ATRIUM

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1.NURSE STATIONS 2.FAMILY WAITING AREAS 3.CLASSROOM 4.CHARTING 5.VISITOR RESTROOMS 6. STAFF RESTROOMS 7.MEDICATION ROOMS 8.CHARTING 9.STAFF CONFERENCE ROOM 10. STAFF LOUNGE 11.CLEAN SUPPLY/WORK 12.SOILED UTILITY 13.NOURISHMENT 14.TRASH HOLDING

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HARRISON ST.

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PATIENT FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/16”:1’ N

PATIENT ROOM PLAN

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2. 1.AUDITORIUM 2.COMMUNITY SERVICES OFFICES 3. EVENT SPACE WITH BALCONY 4.KITCHEN 5. CAFETERIA

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SECOND FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/16”:1’ N

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1.INFORMATION DESK 2.WAITING AREA 3.ADMITTING 4.HEALTH RESOURCES 5. HOSPITAL STAFF OFFICES 6. COMMUNITY SERVICE CLASSROOM 7. GIFT SHOP 8. RESTROOMS 9. EMERGENCY ROOM 10. AMBULANCE ENTRANCE

GROUND FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/16”:1’ N

VERTICAL CIRCULATION & STRUCTURE DIAGRAM GREY CIRCULATION BLOCKS_STAIRS & ELEVATORS BLUE BLOCKS_ATRIUM SPACES


PATIENT CARE UNITS DOCTOR’S OFFICES

SURGICAL UNITS RADIOLOGY

DIETARY SERVICES AUDITORIUM EMERGENCY ROOM PATIENT ADMITTING VISITOR ENTRANCE COMMUNITY SPACE

PERSPECTIVE BLOCKING DIAGRAM VIEW FROM NORTH-WEST

SECTION 2

SECTION 1

THE INNOVATIVE MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY AT THIS HOPISTAL IS NOT THE ONLY KEY FACTOR TO THE DESIGN OF A NEW CHILDREN’S CARDIOVASCULAR CENTER. FAMILIES ARE PROVIDED WITH MANY PUBLIC AS WELL AS PRIVATE WAITING AREAS TO HELP EASE THEIR VISIT. MASSIVE ATRIUMS STRECH THROUGH THE PATIENT FLOORS AT BOTH MAIN PUBLIC FAMILY AREAS ALLOWING NATURAL DAYLIGHTING. THESE LIGHT CORRIDORS ARE CONTINUED WITH GLASS CURTAIN WALL SYSTEMS THROUGHOUT THE BUILDING. THE EXTENSIVE USE OF GLASS IN THE PATIENT CARE ROOMS AND VISITOR WAITING AREAS PROVIDES PATIENTS AND THEIR VISITORS WITH THE FEELING OF BEING OUTSIDE OF THE HOSPITAL AND IN OUTSIDE IN THE CITY INSTEAD. COMMUNITY USE OF THE BUILDING IS EMPHASIZED BY THE CLASSROOMS, AUDITORIUM AND LARGE INTERIOR AS WELL AS EXTERIOR EVENT SPACES LOCATED ON THE SECOND FLOOR.


POWELL CERAMICS CENTER & LOFTS

2331 6TH AVENUE, BIRMINGHAM, AL RESIDENTIAL:STUDIO,1&2BEDROOM EDUCATIONAL: CERAMICS SCHOOL COMMERCIAL: GALLERY & STORE THIRD YEAR FALL STUDIO: PROF. ORGEN


BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

EXISTING SOUTH ELEVATION

FLOOR PLANS 9/3/10

FLOOR PLANS 9/8/10

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

EXISTING FLOOR PLANS

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

N SITE PLAN


ARBORETUM EDUCATION CENTER

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, AUBURN, ALABAMA LOCATED IN CURRENT AUBURN ARBORETUM DEDICATED TO EDUCATING LOCAL STUDENTS SECOND YEAR SPRING STUDIO: PROF. FAUST


TRAKYA UNIVERSITY - EDIRNE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

TRAKYA UNIVERSITY, EDIRNE, TURKEY FORMER TRAIN STATION & UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATIVE CENTER. DESIGN FOR NEW ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL CAMPUS THIRD YEAR SPRING STUDIO: PROF. ORGEN


INTERIOR SECTION VIEW OF DOUBLE HEIGHT STUDIO SPACE AND SKYLIGHT

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE OF LIBRARY

THE NORTH ELEVATION SHOWS THE ADDITION TO THE BUILDING. BOTH SIDE WINGS ARE LENGTHENED AS WELL AS THE CENTRAL HALL & THE ROOMS OPPOSITE THE TOWERS WERE ALSO EXTENDED OUT INTO THE LANDSCAPE IN BETWEEN THE EXISTING BUILDING AND THE TRAIN TRACKS. THE SECTION ABOVE SHOWS THE EXTENSIVE USE OF GLAZING ON THE INTERIOR OF THE BUILDING TO ALLOW DIFFERENT SPACES TO FLOW MORE OPENLY TOGETHER WHILE STILL HAVING PRIVACY. IN ORDER TO USE THE BASEMENT MORE EFFECTIVELY, A LARGE AUDITORIUM IS IN THE DARKEST, CENTRAL AREA WHILE THE SHOP AND PRINTING AREAS ARE PROVIDED WITH MORE LIGHT WITH ADDED LIGHT WELLS. CIRCULATION IS MOVED FROM THE NORTH SIDE OF THE BUILDING TO THE MIDDLE OF THE BUILDING. THE CENTRAL HALL HOUSES THE MAIIN STAIRCASES AS THE CENTRAL CORE OF THE BUILDING. THE LARGE FIRST FLOOR STUDIO THAT OVERLOOKS THE GROUND FLOOR STUDIO IS SHOWN IN THE INTERIOR SECTION BELOW. A SKYLIGHT PROVIDES ADDITIONAL DAYLIGHTING TO BOTH OF THE STUDIOS AS WELL AS THE HALLWAYS ON THE GROUND AND FIRST FLOORS. GLAZING IS USED TO ALLOW MAXIMUM USE OF THE DAYLIGHTING AND ALSO ALLOW PEOPLE TO VIEW WHAT IS HAPPENING INSIDE THE STUDIOS FROM OTHER AREAS IN THE BUILDINGS. THE GROUND FLOOR STUDIOS HAVE MOVEABLE WALLS TO CREATE SMALL CRITIQUE ROOMS WITHIN THE STUDIO WHEN NEEDED. THE INTERIOR VIEW OF THE DOUBLE FROM THE CENTRAL HALL SHOWS THE OPENNESS CREATED WITH THE USED OF GLASS THROUGHOUT THE BUILDING ESPECIALLY IN THE STUDIO SPACES. THE WALLS ALONG THE CENTRAL HALL PROVIDE EXTENSIVE PIN UP SPACE FOR THE STUDENTS TO SHOWCASE THEIR PROJECTS AND LEARN FROM THE WORK OF OTHER PEERS.

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE OF CENTRAL HALL

DETAILED FLOOR PLAN OF CENTRAL HALL

SCALE - 1:50


BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN

SCALE - 1:100

SECTION B-B SCALE - 1:100

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

SCALE - 1:100


SECTION A-A

SCALE - 1:100


WATERCOLORS FROM ISTANBUL, TURKEY STUDY ABROAD

THIRD YEAR SPRING STUDIO: PROF. ORGEN


A D D I T I O N A L D R AW I N G S

FIRST YEAR SUMMER OPTION


MARTHA O’CONNELL mmo0003@tigermail.auburn.edu 5 2 4 Fox R i d ge Ro a d Saint Louis, MO 63131 314 - 239 - 2399

Education

Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama College of Architecture, Design and Construction Bachelor of Architecture Degree Program: GPA - 3.50 anticipated date of graduation

August 2008 - present

Study Abroad, Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey School of Architecture, Department of Interior Architecture John Burroughs School, Saint Louis, Missouri High School Diploma

Presentation Skills

May 2013 Spring 2011

June 2008

Computer Skills: Proficient in use of AutoCAD, SketchUp, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, and Microsoft Office Suite. Working knowledge of Revit. Hand Skills: Drafting, sketching, watercolor, laser cut and free hand modeling

Work Experience

Answers, Inc. July 2010 Summer Internship/Shadowing: Produced finish boards, schematic design development, construction documents, researched existing site conditions, drafted plans and elevations and researched products. Range of projects: interior work on exisiting children’s hospital lobby, elementary school teacher’s lounge, restaurant floor plans, and new-construction interior work on assisted living facilities. Centric Group 2007-2008 Summer Internship: Human Resources: helped plan and run a company healthcare fair, reviewed and filed employee’s tax forms, and made new-hire packets. 2007 Corporate Relations: Helped with preparations and running of the 2007 USGA Men’s Junior Amateur hosted by Centric Group. 2007 Corporate Services: Researched techniques and organized company’s presentation on a new employee retainment program, miscelaneous office work. 2008

Recognitions & Activities

Faculty Book Award: Second Year Studio

Spring 2010

College of Architecture, Design and Construction Dean’s list

Spring 2010 Fall 2010

American Institute of Architecture Students Member Community Outreach Chair - Fifth Grade Art

2009 - present 2011-2012

National Society of Leadership & Success Presidential Member

2010 - present

Delta Epsilon Iota Academic Honor Society Member

2010 - present

Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority Member

2008 - present

Collegiate Intramural Athletics - Soccer

2008 - present

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Architecture portfolio first year summer option through fourth year fall studio.

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