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Architecture + Design Portfolio 2010 - 2014


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4 Curriculum Vitae 6 The Viewfinder 8 University Retreat

16 Units for Urban Agriculture

24 The Urban Landscape

34 Architectural Comparative Analysis

36 Public Backyard Pools

42 Gateway to Zenobia 44 Quadrangle Triangles 46 R[E]D[U]X LAB Cart 48 Garnish Cart


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Margot de Man margot@deman.ca, 647 302 0958

Professional Skills

Education

Sep 2010 - Apr 2014

Ryerson University

Drafting AutoCAD 2014 Revit 2014

Bachelor of Architectural Science (B.Arch.Sci) graduating class of 2014 Specialization: Architecture

Modeling Rhinoceros 5.0 Revit SketchUp

ASC 804 ASC 857

Sep 2005 - Jun2010

Microsoft Office Word Excel Project Hand Sketching Drafting Modeling Laser Cutter 3D Printer CNC Router

Poetics of Construction pg 8-15 Independent Study: Community Design Interventions Glass in Architecture pg 8-15

ASC 852

Landscape Ecology Design

Local Food Landscapes ASC 755 Digital Tools PLE 755 Contemporary Urban Design ARC 720

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Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute Graduating class of 2009 with Honors, 2010 Visual Art Award

Rendering V-Ray for Rhino Adobe CS6 Photoshop InDesign Illustrator Premier

ARC 820

Extracurricular

Feb 2013 - June 2014

Design + Build + Grow The Stop’s Night Market 2014

Designlines magazine Winner: Best in Show Team Leader/Design/Fabrication

design-build-grow.tumblr.com

Feb 2013 - June 2014

pg 48-49

RU - TU Delft Colab Collaborative exercise on Urban Agriculture and Walk-ability/Cycle-ability in Cities (Toronto and Amsterdam)

Jan 2013 - Mar 2014

E.R.A. Architects Inc. Student Intern for Culture of Outports 2014 - Botwood Community Design-Build project in Botwood, Newfoundland

Mar 2012 - Mar 2014

pg 6-7

325 Magazine Marketing/Sponsorships/Graphics Team

Sep 2013 - Jan 2014

Nuit Blanch 2014 Proposal - Into the Void Prototype Proposal for the 2014 Nuit Blanch in Toronto with Prof V. Hui (RU DAS)

Jan 2014

Toronto Design Off-Site Festival - Into the Void [R]ED[U]X LAB

May 2012 - Aug 2012 Jan 2012

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The Stop’s Night Market 2012 Design/Fabrication Come Up To My Room 2012 Fabrication/Installation

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Sep 2010 - Apr 2014

AIAS Member Attended AIAS FORUM 2014 in Chicago

Work Experience

May 2013 - Jun 2014

Ryerson University Bridgepoint Collaboratory for Research and Innovation Research Assistant: Data Collection, Documentation, Analysis, and Graphics

Prof C. Atkinson (Ryerson University Department of Architectural Science) Dr C. Alvaro (Bridgepoint Collaboratory for Research and Innovation)

Architectural Comparative Analysis Report for the POE of Bridgepoint Active Healthcare with the Ontario Ministry of Health and funded by the Canadian Institute of Health Research. www.bridgepointhealth.ca/en/what-we-do/resources/research/Architectural_Comparative_Analysis_Report.pdf

pg 34-35

Research Assistant May 2013

Research Assistant: Graphics, Mapping, Imaging Prof C. Atkinson (Ryerson University Department of Architectural Science) Wellington Street Proposal

Dec 2009 - Present

Volunteer Experience

Puffin Gear Graphic Design/Merchandising/Quality Control

Jul 2012 - May 2013

Machine Age Modern Sales Associate/Key Holder

Jul 2012 - Oct 2012

Bobbette & Belle Artisanal Pastries Sales Associate

Oct 2009 - Jun 2010

Starbucks Coffee Canada Certified Barista

May 2010 - Jan 2010

Kneider Architects Co-op Student, Architectural Drafting, Design and Presentation

Sep 2012 Sep 2011 + Sep 2012

IIDEX Canada Show-Day Assistance Through AIAS DAS Orientation (Ryerson Department of Architectural Science)

May 2011

OAA Convention Greeter

Mar. 2009

Salvation Army Aided Children in Production of Charity Fashion Show

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Culture of Outports - Botwood - 2014 1 week Community design-build Student Team: Annie Pavia, Courtney Nicholson, Denver Jermyn, Kate Gonashvili, Margot de Man, Sarah Ives Headed by E.R.A. Architects Inc.

http://cultureofoutports.com/archives/

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4th Year Option Studio - 2014 Poetics of Construction 1 Public Lobby ^ N Open Gallery Event Space Computer Lab 2 Admin Courtyard 3 Connection to Calc Auditorium 4 University Commons Lobby Seminar Space Greenhouse Atrium Administration + Offices Event Space Large Convention Space Food Services Parking 5 Community/Rye Home Grown Garden 6 Student Commons Seminar/Lecture Spaces Small Study Spaces Split-Level Presentation Space 7 Outdoor Study Courtyard 8 The Gathering Place 9 Common Court 10 Guest Accomodations 11 Guest Living Room 12 Appartment Residences 13 Appartment Living Room

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The proposed is a greenhouse on the south façade of a 5 storey building. The building is part of a complex of buildings which act as an academic retreat for Ryerson University which houses seminar and presentation space, a gallery and food services as well as apartment style and guest accommodations. It is located directly south of CALC and south west of the intersection of Broadview and Danforth. The Bloor Viaduct Bridge located to the north passes over the Don Valley to the West alongside Riverdale Park to the south (site plan - page 3). Views to both proximate surrounding nature and distant Toronto skyline are highlighted. The buildings throughout the complex are rectilinear steal construction with heavy timber truss bridges connecting the buildings at differing angles. The first bridge commences at the inner skin of the greenhouse, cutting through the tempered zone and protruding from the second skin (plan - page 4). The bridges not only act as pathways between all of the buildings but enhance the architectural expression of the university retreat centre in terms of the interior journey through the complex and by articulating and enclosing various outdoor spaces. A large outdoor space located south of the greenhouse façade is used as a community garden which is supported by year round growth in the greenhouse. Besides producing food for the university the greenhouse acts as a social space and tempered environment in all seasons. The Greenhouse is a 5 storey height space (section page 5), thirty by 6 meters in plan and fifteen meters tall. The structural bays are six meters squared. The enclosure is a cable truss system with spider fittings suspended from the round section, concrete filled steel columns (section - page 5). The outer row of columns is tied back to the first where the slab is suspended, offset from the structural grid. This system acts as a buffer zone to the remainder of the building. The space has a separate mechanical system and is used to allow for natural ventilation into the remainder of the building.

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4th Year Option Studio - Local Food Landscapes - 2013 Urban agriculture initiative with Rye Home Grown - Site Ryerson Campus

How do we house agriculture in an accelerating urban environment? Urban agriculture is growing in popularity, most effective when implemented into a community scenario. Rye home grown continues to develope systems on the Ryerson Campus and would benefit from increased growing space and community involvement. The development of the growing space is accelerated through the use of the UUA’s (Units for Urban Agriculture). The Sears parking lot site is an example of a development site that has been purchased and will sit unused for a certain number of years, in this case ten. These sites have great potential for urban agriculture. UUA’s are designed as greenhouses which fit into individual parking spaces. They can easily be deployed in stages and in any amount. After their time on the site comes to an end they can be moved to any other parking lot or street parking space. These units can phase out the density of parking in the city center as we evolve to use more sustainable means of transportation.

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The UUA can stand alone amongst vehicles or be placed in a series of patterns on a lot to create dynamic spaces. Between two units tensile canopies provide shade and shelter. These modular, versatile structures do not have the sole purpose of growing. They can be used as information booths, office spaces, study spaces or galleries. In the above diagrams UUA’s are combined with the use of modular planters and outdoor seating which can be stored within the frame structures during off seasons. At this time the canopy can also be tied up. The initial phasing of the Sears parking lot site occurs along Dundas street where there is the highest visibility. Information and social units as well as educational growing units can be used in this location to provoke interest in the project and encourage new participants from the school and the community. As the project is further developed and increased through Rye Home Grown, individual UUA’s can be invested into by students and community members. A participant can be given the essential unit structure which can then be developed in terms of the interior components in accordance to the interest of the participant or their availability of means.

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The growing units themselves can house a range of food production from hydroponic leafy greens to intensive aquaponic systems. Not only can the units function as producers of fresh local produce but they can be used for weekly farmers markets where Participants can make a profit from their produce on an individual basis or through Rye Home Grown. The Structure is a simple quintessential frame made of aluminium L brackets. The envelope and interior components fit into this frame. There is flexibility in the enveloping materials as well. The interior components can be anything from hanging pop bottle planters to sub irrigated planters made in rubber storage containers or even purchased systems.

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Pictured is a primarily polycarbonate clad unit with thermally modified wood paneling on the base for durability and shading purposes as well as corrugated plastic roofing. The roof plane collects water into a basin inside which water is also directed to from the canopy. The front of the unit has sliding doors and a fold out ramp for accessibility. One side has sliding doors for ventilation and farmers market scenarios. The form and size of the units are designed in a way that they do not shade their neighbors. Inside the units planters can be replaced by seating or tables. The next step for the UUA is its adaptability to street parking and other places around the city which can create a dynamic secondary sidewalk frontage and differentiate from the regularity of street parking.

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3rd Year Integration Studio - 2012 Office of the Future - Site: Temperance Street, Toronto

How do we create the office of the future? A dense city office tower which functions like businesses on city streets; reuniting the people with the streets and opening up to the ground plane; connecting the people with businesses, amenities, landscapes, and each other; respecting the city, the landscape, and the individual. The tower arises as a product of it’s context.

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BRIDGEPOINT 2013 (BAH)

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82 Buttonwood Ave, Toronto, ON M6M 2J5

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2nd Year Design Studio 3 - 2011 Body in Motion Cabbage Town/Regent Park Co-operative housing

As a facility which focuses on water it is important that rain water is collected and reused. The surrounding neighborhoods of Cabbage Town and Regent Park gives this project i diverse and unique from what all ready exists in Toronto for recreational swim. The common factory amongst the surrounding inhabitants is a lack of large backyards and private pools. The project aims to bring the two neighborhoods together and focus on small, personal interactions between the inhabitants passing through on a regular basis. Focusing on the community and livability, the enclosed site situated on an existing parking lot surrounded by a housing cooperative. The site is essentially the communal backyard for these residences and the businesses on Parliament. The Public Backyard Pools allows for increases site movement. The program is divided into three buildings, and administrative building, a public pool and a pool which can be reserved for special events.

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Herbs planted in water bottle tops with cheese cloth in mouth

B

Screwed onto frame network

C

Used to garnish dishes at night market

D

Given away or sold Place in bottom of bottle to create self watering planter

Self-tapping Screws Bottle Cap Upcycled Water Bottle SECTION DETAIL

1.5” HSS

Section 1

SECTION 1

1” Steel Angle

Cheff Name LANGLEY CHARLOTTE

PARTIAL DETAIL

DBG Logo + BUILD + GROW DESIGN

Section 2

SECTION 2 (4 PARTS)

Welded Steel Frame WELDED STEEL FRAME (1.5” square) (1.5 “ SQUARE)

Chaulkboard CHAULKBOARD PAINT ON STEEL

SECTION 3

Reclaimed OakOAK Counter RECLAIMED COUNTER

Section 3

B

Steel Angels STEEL ANGLES (1” L) (1” L) Up-cycled Plastic Water REUSED PLASTIC WATER BOTTLES Bottles HERBS + MICRO GREENS Herbs + Micro Greens

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