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Cover: Downturn collage and soft pastel part of first year course Expressive Drawing

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RESUME

MARION GELINAS

166, Trenton avenue, apt. B, Town of Mount-Royal (Quebec), H3P 1Z4 mobile 514-994-6827 gelinasmarion@gmail.com

LANGUAGES

SKILLS

French (mother tongue) English (spoken and written)

AutoCAD Sketchup Rhinoceros

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Illustrator Photoshop InDesign

Maxwell V-Ray

ESPACE SANS LUXE COMMUNITY CENTER FOR STREET DANCE November 2016 - January 2017 Interior design consultation

PERSONAL INTERESTS Fine arts, furniture design, violin, fiction literature

EDUCATION UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTRÉAL Bachelor’s degree _ Architecture Expected: April 2017 MCGILL UNIVERSITY Bachelor’s degree _ History; Classical studies Sept. 2009 - Aug. 2012 CÉGEP DU VIEUX-MONTRÉAL College degree _ Liberal Arts Sept. 2007 - June 2009 LA MAGDELEINE HIGHSCHOOL International Baccalaureate Middle Years diploma _ General degree Highschool diploma Sept. 2002 - June 2007

ARCHITECTURE COMPETITIONS AND DESIGN CHARETTES ARCHIPELAGO Canadian Center for Architecture Re-imagining St-Helen Island, Quebec November 2015 CAMBODIA 2016 Eleven Magazine Floating infrastructures on the Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia June - August 2015 COHBITER L’HOTEL-DIEU Cohabitat Montreal Reprogramming and redesigning the oldest hospital of Montreal February 2015

100 LUX FESTIVAL URBAN DANCE FESTIVAL December 2015 Senography PG TECH PRINTER REPAIR SERVICE Current position | since September 2016 Online content editing Graphic design COLUMBIA MANUFACTURING SKYLIGHTS MANUFACTURE May 2016 - August 2016 Customer Service Quotations PLACE DES ARTS PERFORMING ARTS CENTER May 2011 - May 2013 Ticket office agent NU-EDGE FINE ARTS INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERY September 2010 - May 2011 Research Reception

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1 TUTOR SEMESTRE DELAY

HAL INGBERG FALL 2016 10 WEEKS

TITLE

DREAMSPACE THEATRE

GROUP OF TWO (2)

WITH ANNA TORRES

MY CONTRIBUTION

DESIGN; 3D MODELING; RENDERINGS; FINAL PLANS; DIAGRAMS; MODEL

The Milton Park neighborhood is a lively one. It is located downtown Montreal, McGill University Campus and the very artistic Mile-End and it is most vibrant at night. The nightlife, the light and the youth were therefore catalyzer themes in this project for a 480-seat “à l’italienne” theater. In addition to the idea of a “dreamspace”, which was the given framework for the studio class, a reccuring theme in this project is the idea of the all-over such as found in the work of fine arts pioneers like Yves Klein or Jackson Pollock. One important idea is that, the surrounding buildings being heterogeneous in sizes, shapes and styles, the theater would have a unified, bold facade.

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IMPLANTATION


MODEL _ FACADE ON SAINT-LAURENT BOULEVARD

MODEL _ VIEW TOWARDS NORTH-WEST ON SAINT-LAURENT BOULEVARD

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MODEL _ AERIAL VIEW

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ENTRY VESTIBULE HALL DISPLAY WINDOW BAR TICKET OFFICE COURTYARD

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PLAN _ MAIN FLOOR

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1_ 2_ 3_ 4_ 5_ 6_

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7 _ CONNECTING ZONE 8 _ STAIRCASE TO BASEMENT 9 _ STAGE 10 _ PROSCENIUM ARCH 11 _ OFFICE ROOM 12 _ WC

13 _ DEPOT 14 _ PIANO STORAGE 15 _ DEPOT 16 _ TECHNICAL STUDIO 17 _ LOADING BAY

PLAN _ SECOND FLOOR 18 _ CANOPY 19 _ EMPLOYEE’S ROOM 20 _ COMITY’S ROOM 21 _ WC 22 _ RECEPTION 23 _ STATIONERY

24 _ MEETING ROOM 25 _ SOUND BOARD 26 _ GREEN ROOM 27 _ DRESSING ROOM 28 _ DEPOT 29 _ DRESSING ROOM

30 _ LAUDRY ROOM 31 _ STORAGE

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Relationship between the courtyard sidewalk and the courtyard

Courtyard Hall Administration Theatre Stage support

Canopy hall Colored reflections of the dichroic glass

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URBAN STRATEGIES

PROGRAMS Theatre Rest of the volume Void (courtyard)

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VOLUMES Reflective dichroic glass Luminous texture

DREAMSPACE

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VIEW ON SAINT-LAURENT BOULEVARD _ NIGHT TIME

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DICHROIC GLASS

3m

9m

POLISHED ALUMINUM

WHITE EPOXYTERRAZZO

PERFORATED ALUMINUM SHEETS

CROSS SECTION A-A AND KEY MATERIALS

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VIEW FROM ENTRANCE IN THE HALL _ DAY TIME

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The main facade is made of dichroic glass, which projects colors whose hues vary with the amount of light it receives and with the angle from which it is viewed. VIEW FROM ENTRANCE IN THE HALL _ NIGHT TIME

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A large-scale drapery pattern determines the size of perforations in aluminum panels placed in front of homogenuous pink light sources. This assemblage induces a feeling of being “wraped� in this out-ofscale secluded universe.

VIEW OF TH

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HE THEATRE FROM THE FRONT OF THE BALCONY

VIEW OF THE THEATRE FROM THE STAGE

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2 TUTOR

MANON ASSELIN

SEMESTRE

WINTER 2016

DELAY

8 WEEKS

TITLE

MONTREAL FINE ARTS MUSEUM _ PAVILION 5

GROUP OF TWO (2)

WITH ARIEL BOUSQUET

MY CONTRIBUTION

DESIGN; 3D MODELING; RENDERING; THE SOLAR MESH ON THE MODEL; FINAL PLANS AND CROSS-SECTIONS

The new pavilion for the institution includes an educational program, which comprises a cafeteria for 300 children and art studios for the elderly and teenagers. It connects to the exhibition galeries through a long sculptural staircase that guides the children from the street to their cafeteria. Trough this ascent, one is offered a variety of experiences and contacts in relation with the art exhibitions and the noise sound of the arriving visitors at the sky lobby. The ‘glass curtain’ solar mesh that envelopes the educational program, located on the two upper floors, offers a visual signal on the street and it provides filtered views over the city from the inside of the building.

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IMPLANTATION


MODEL

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MATERIALITY AND IMPLEMENTATION CONCEPTS

PROGRAMS AND CIRCULATION EDUCATION PROGRAM SKY LOBBY EXHIBITION GALLERIES MAIN STRAIRCASE

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VIEW FROM BISHOP STREET

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B PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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12m

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PLAN _ GROUND FLOOR

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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E.B.

PLAN _ SECOND FLOOR


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VIEW OF THE FIRST EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM FLOOR _ CAFETERIA

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODE

2m

6m

CROSS SECTION A-A

EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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EXTERIOR WALL

ESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

_ Natural Estraillade massive limestone _ Air gap _ Expanded polystyrene ISOCLAD by ISOFOAM _ Vapour barrier membrane _ Gypsum panel _ U-profiled forence _ Prefinished conrete panel Panbeton by LCDA Concrete

200 mm x 1000 mm 55 mm 2 panels of 75 mm

13 mm 20 mm 15 mm

STANDARD FLOOR

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

_ Natural Estraillade massive limestone _ Air gap _ Expanded polystyrene ISOCLAD by ISOFOAM _ Vapour barrier membrane _ Gypsum panel _ U-profiled forence _ Prefinished conrete panel Panbeton by LCDA Concrete

200 mm x 1000 mm 55 mm 2 panels of 75 mm

13 mm 20 mm 15 mm

FOUNDATION WALL

CROSS SECTION B-B

_ Rigid foam insulation ISOLOFOAM XHD 400 3 in. _ Drainage board 10-G SOPRADRAIM _ Water-repellent coating (exterior side of the concrete) _ Concrete foundation wall _ Mineral wool rigid panel _ Mineral wool _ Vapour barrier membrane _ U-profiled forence _ Prefinished conrete panel Panbeton by LCDA Concrete

76 mm 10 mm

250 mm 50 mm 76 mm 20 mm 15 mm

WALL CROSS-SECTION 1:20

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK


VIEW OF THE MAIN FLOOR

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