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DESIGN PORTFOLIO MARIAH MARSHALL


MARIAH L MARSHALL

e: mariah1@gmail.com p: 503.308.3222 portfolio: www.mariahmarshall.com

EDUCATION

SKILLS

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

University of Oregon Portland, OR 2011 Concentration: Integration of sustainable design in existing buildings

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ARCHITECTURE

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 2008 Bachelor of Arts Cum Laude Minor in Geography

5+ YEARS HAND SKETCHING & DRAWING ADOBE CREATIVE SUITE AUTOCAD MICROSOFT OFFICE PHYSICAL MODEL MAKING 2 YEARS SKETCH-UP REVIT RHINO V-RAY 1 YEAR DIGITAL FABRICATION CNC MILL & LASERCUTTING

WORK EXPERIENCE BUILDING EFFICIENCY COORDINATOR

Central City Concern, Portland, OR

ARCHITECTURAL INTERN

CJ Hurley Century Arts, Portland, OR

April 2011-Present

Oct 2009-Dec 2009

SALES SUPPORT,

Feb 2009-Sept 2009

RECORDS ASSISTANT, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

May 2007-May 2008

RESEARCH ASSISTANT,

May 2007-May 2008

Robert Half International, Minneapolis, MN

School of Architecture, University of Minnesota


TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 Breaking up the Big Box

2 Urban Forest

3 Science in the City

4 Documenting Cultural Landscapes-Croatia


BREAKING UP THE 1 BREAKING UP BIG THEBOX BIG BOX repurposing reinventing hayden island’s big a a big box box landscape landscape to into pedestrian friendly neighborhood pedestrian friendly neighborhood university universityof oforegon oregon

H A Y D E N I S L A N D - S E RV I C E S M A P

CURRENT HAYDEN ISLAND BUSINESSES

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LEGEND EMERGENCY SERVICES 1. Legacy Emmanuel Hospital 2. SW Washington Medical Center (off map) 3. Vancouver Police 4. Portland Police(3) 5. Vancouver Fire

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BASIC SERVICES 13. Grocery Store/Pharmacy(6) 14. Library (Kenton) 15. Dentist (Island) 16. Optometrist (Island) 17. Gym(8) 18. Vet (6) 19. Hardware (Island)

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EDUCATION 6. Jefferson High School 7. Faubion (Pre-Kindergarten- 8 Grade) 8. Day-care Center TRANSPORTATION 9. Bike Shops (Several in North Portland 1 in Vancouver) 10. Gas Station (Chevron on Hayden Island) 11. MAX Stop @ Expo Center 12.C-Tran & TriMet Bus Stop

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Oregon Yacht Sales Columbia Crossings Sundance Yacht Sales Sexton’s Chandlery Alder Creek Kayak McCuddy’s Marina Island Café Columbia River Yacht Club Lotus Isle City park Eco Carwash Cloak Renaissance Hotel Paradox Productions Barret Business Services Oxford Suits Wells Fargo Red Lion Hotel Chevron Safeway Hooters Norma’s Kitchen Bradley’s Bar & grill Mc Donalds BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse Dennys State Line Liquor Store Boomers Burgers & Ribs Original Joe’s Stanford’s Restaurant & Bar Brickstones Riverside Grill & Bar Target US Bank Barnes & Noble Subway Ross Dress for Less Office Depot Five Star Limousine Airbursh Your Body Paul’s Cigars Pace Industries Sleep Country USA BedMart Mattress World Video Only Home Depot Burlington Home Factory Arboriculture Northwest Marcy’s Mane Place Salon Holiday Inn Express Northwest Rugs Cpu Services U-Haul 24/7 Consulting & PR Rrev Motor Sports Liquidation Place Northwest Inflatable Boats Manheim Portland Sea Ray Boats Schooner Creek Boat Works Jantzen Beach Moorage petco

Conclusion : As all the essential services of a community fall within an eight mile radius of Hayden Island, our conclusion is that no or few of these service types are in critical need at this time. We feel that new development should initially be directed towards growing the resident base on the island and creating a strong retail core before investing in additional basic services. More permanent and visiting people with increase demand, and eventually support more basic service providers on or closer to the island. One exception might be to add a bike repair shop to the island to help promote bike transportation between Vancouver, Washington and Portland, Oregon. Currently, the distance between North Portland bike shop and those in Vancouver is over 6 miles. An island shop would service both community residents and commuters with issues on those 6 miles of trail.

ARCH 584 MARIAH MARSHALL & MEGAN COYLE


PROJECT BRIEF

Located between Portland, OR and Vancouver, WA in the Columbia River, Hayden Island sits at the center of a contentious project to re-make the I-5 crossing that currently bisects the island. On the west side of the bridge the island is dominated by parking lots and big box stores, creating a vast landscape of concrete that contrasts with the nearby gated residential areas and floating homes. The project began with an in-depth analysis of the services & business present on Hayden Island. It was abundantly clear after mapping such services that Hayden Island was in need of essential services and business other than big box chain stores. This lead to the development of a light industrial program including Stumptown Coffee, a wooden kayak manufacturer and custom bike frame shop. This program is a stark contrast to the big box stores that dominate the landscape and offered a chance to re-work the landscape from the master planning to building level in one project.


BUILDING DESIGN

stumptown coffee shop & roastery


URBAN DESIGN

HAYDEN ISLAND - 25 YEAR VISION PLAN Hayden Island 25-year vision plan

industrial/commercial housing

regional retail

mixed retail & housing

green & park space

house boats

light rail stop

breaking down the scale of the existing landscape

original burlington coat factory footprint

existing conditions

introduce new street for truck access

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OLUMBIA RIVER

PORTLAND

base new 250x250 block size on split mass

proposed intervention

use remaining 80,000 sft of store for new light industrial programming


BUILDING PLAN PARTI DEVELOPMENT creating new program around existing walls

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*custom bike frame manufacturer

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*wood kayak builder

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* stumptown coffee cafe & roastery


PEDESTRIAN EXPERIENCE

light court

BUILDING SYSTEMS STRATEGIES HEAT

COLLECT

GREEN

A heat recovery system attached to roasters could create enough heat to warm entire building in winter

Rain water collection & storage on roof could supply entire building’s grey water need

A green roof not only aesthetically improves the large roof but plantings also provides habitat for birds and insects, extends life of roof and adds insulation value to the roof reducing cooling load


IMPROVED STREETSCAPE

South Elevation - Jantzen Beach Drive


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high density housing for gresham, oregon sustainable cities initiative team: mariah marshall, rachel bailey & dustin foster university of oregon

courtyard habitats


PROJECT BRIEF

This project proposed a Transit Oriented Development on an empty lot adjacent to a new MAX Train stop in Gresham, Oregon. The Urban Forest concept involves arranging multi-family transit oriented housing around lush courtyards that are designed to attract birds, pollinators and other species to create a dynamic living landscape for people, plants and animals. 50 foot tall pines line the site to the west and our group was inspired by their scale and to push the project vertically to eight stories; this achieves more density on less land.

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SITE ORGANIZATION

site: gresham, oregon

site plan


BUILDING ORGANIZATION

typical unit

typical unit plans

typical unit

typical unit east/west section


INTEGRATED HABITATS: HUMAN+ANIMAL+PLANT

north/south section


3 SCIENCE IN THE CITY a new science education center for oregon educators university of oregon


PROJECT BRIEF

Every city in the world has spaces that are under utilized, ignored, or even unknown. This project proposes a way to humanize the scale of one such space beneath the freeway. The design reinterprets the monumental flowing geometry of the freeway down to the scale of the building. The site is currently a parking lot adjacent to OMSI’s exhibit building shop and is partially covered by I-5. The building masses takes their form from the shapes created between the freeway columns and the curving geometry of the roadways above. Curving forms are then used throughout the building to the guide people along, through and over spaces. Highly transparent curtain walls allow visual connection between the buildings and the freeway columns and roadway becomes a secondary structure hovering above and around each building.


SITE CONDITIONS concept sketch: creating place beneath infrastructure

existing site conditions


CONTEXTUAL FLOWS

RIPARIAN EDGE

WILLAMETTE RIVER

LOCAL HABITAT

REGIONALLY SIGNIFICANT WORKING WATERWAY

INTEGRATING FLOWS WITH SITE

I-5

INTERNATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE


BUILDING ORGANIZATION


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GROUND LEVEL - NORTH 1 SECONDARY ENTRANCE 2 RESTROOMS 3 AUDITORIUM 4 LIBRARY 5 TERRACE 6 LIBRARY SUPPORT

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GROUND LEVEL - SOUTH 1 MAIN ENTRY 2 ASSEMBLY ROOM 3 STORAGE 4 CAFETERIA 5 LABS 6 RESTROOMS 7 OFFICES 8 STAIR TO LINK WITH NORTH BUILDING 9 EXHIBIT HALL

2ND LEVEL - NORTH 1 EXHIBIT SPACE 2 2ND LEVEL ENTRANCE TO AUDITORIUM 3 LIBRARY - INDIVIDUAL STUDY ROOMS, COMPUTER LAB & STACKS 4 TERRACE

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2ND LEVEL - SOUTH 1 SCIENCE KIT CHECK OUT 2 CLASSROOMS 3 REST ROOMS 4 VIDEO CONFERENCE RM

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THIRD LEVEL - NORTH 1 OFFICE 2 RESTROOMS 3 KITCHENETTE THIRD LEVEL - SOUTH ROOF

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MAIN ENTRY - SOUTH BUILDING


CREEPING SPIKE

SLOUGH SEDGE

SOFT RUSH

POPLAR

I-5 NORTH/SOUTH

PORTLAND BOATHOUSE

NORTH/SOUTH SECTION


OREGON ASH

BIKE LANE

SMALL FRUITED BULRUSH

DENSE SEDGE

OMSI EXHIBIT SHOP


ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS: INTEGRATED SHADING & DAYLIGHTING DOUBLE FACADE DETAIL 2

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Interior Glazing 5. Moveable Sun Shading Upper Operable Ventilation 6. Exterior Glazing Maintenance Catwalks 7. Lower Operable Ventilation Structural Frame (Ladder Truss)


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EAST - WEST SECTION PERSPECTIVE


4 DOCUMENTING CULTURAL LANDSCAPES - CROATIA documentation of stone structures on croatia’s dalmation coast university of oregon


PROJECT BRIEF

During the Summer of 2010 I spent a month in Croatia with a group from the University of Oregon Historic Preservation Program surveying stone villages on the Island of Drvenik Veli. The project was completed in conjunction with the Croatian Ministry of Culture and produced scale drawings of stone houses, cisterns, water collection methods and site plans. Our work was displayed and presented to officials from the Ministry of Culture and given to them to be used in future projects to preserve the unique cultural landscape of Drvenik Veli. Our work was also meant to help the small island community understand the importance of the historic resource present on their island. My work specifically focused on communicating the different village arrangement types based on their ethnographic descriptions provided to us by an ethnographer from the Ministry of Culture.


VILLAGE DOCUMENTATION RUSINOVIC B

DRVENIK VELI

BRDA DRVENIK VELI KACINA

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The village of Brda, situated on a hill east of the parish church of Drvenik Veli, is organized along a central path running in an east west direction. The buildings are organized closely along the main path thus giving Brda its ethnographic classification as a “street” village type. Large animal stalls (dvori) located at the west and east ends are indications that the village economy depended heavily upon raising livestock.

Ručinović B was documented last year by students from the University of Oregon and is classified as a “cluster” village. Similar to the Brda in that structures are closely aligned to a main path, Rušinović is different because homes, kitchens, animal stalls, storage and work areas are closely clustered instead of separated as in Brda.

Kačina is located on the western side of Drvenik Veli and is described as a “scattered” village type. Clusters of several structures are distributed across the site and connect to the village by secondary paths. Cisterns are located within close proximity to structural groupings.


MARIAH MARSHALL p: 503.308.3222 e: mariah1@gmail.com online: www.mariahmarshall.com


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