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MARY DAHLMAN BEGLEY

PORTFOLIO 2019


CONTENTS POP UP LAB LOCK CENTER LUNCH N LOUNGE FOUNDRY CENTER MICROCABIN RESUME / CV


WRITTEN WORK + MORE ONLINE AT MARYDBEGLEY.COM

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JXTA POP UP LAB


SPRING 2018 JENNIFER NEWSOM


what if we could carry with a friend on a bike?


1/2”=1’

2 PEOPLE + 2 BACKPACKS = 2 CHAIRS, 2 TABLES, 1 CANOPY

1 PERSON + 1 BIKE TRAILER = 1 PAVILION, 1 TABLE

TABLE TOP

TABLE TOP

TWO SETS OF TEN 2’ENT POLES, STRUNG TOGETHER ON ELASTIC WITH LINEAR POLE CONNECTORS AND FIXED INTERSECTION CONNECTORS

TABLE TOP SIX SETS OF EIGHT 2’ TENT POLES, STRUNG TOGETHER ON ELASTIC WITH LINEAR POLE CONNECTORS

HEXAGONAL CENTER CONNECTOR

INTERSECTION CONNECTOR

TABLE LEGS LEGS FOR TABLES AND CHAIRS BUBBLE CHIMNEY SLEEVE WITH VELCRO TO SECURE TO HEX CONNECTOR 4’X8’ FLOOR MAT WITH METAL RINGS AT EACH CORNER TO RECIEVE POLES AND REINFORCED SEAMS TO COUNTERACT POLE TENSION

CANOPY WITH SLEEVES FOR POLES

20’ DIAMETER FLOOR MAT WITH METAL RINGS TO RECEIVE POLES & REINFORCED SEAMS TO COUNTERACT POLE TENSION COVERING WITH SLEEVES FOR POLES

CHAIR SEAT

CHAIR SEAT

2 FOUR-SIDED CUBE SHAPES TO USE FOR DISPLAY OR OTHER UTILITY

everything that we need to pop up, be together, make art, POP UP LAB 06


1/2”=1’

JOIN

SLEEVE

UNFURL

UNFURL

SLOT POLE WITH CONNECTORS

SLEEVE OTHER POLE

SLOT

At Juxtaposition Arts, students of Tactical Urbanism lab leave their North Minneapolis headquarter, dispersing their art and powerful ideas through vibrant community activities.

SLOT


1/2”=1’

JOIN

UNFURL 1/8”=1’

UNFURL

UNFURL

1/8”=1’

PULL

1/8”=1’

SLOT

1/8”=1’

RAISE 1/8”=1’

SLEEVE AND INSERT

THREAD AND AFFIX

1/4”=1’

Groups of 3 carry a - shelter with a memorable look, a mobile architecture, a pop up lab

and a

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LOCK CENTER


FALL 2018 BOB GANSER


use the logic of machines to make a machine for the city a barge containing


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When the Lock was built in 1963, it was only the latest in a series of insertions into the river. St. Anthony Falls was turned from a place of cultural meaning to the Oceti Sakowin into a place of industrial production.

A new, public place to be should do lightly on the lock


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LUNCH/LOUNGE


FALL 2017 GAYLA LINDT ANDREW LUCIA


At 14th and Quincy in Minneapolis there is a triangular lot, leftover from the angle of railroad meeting adjacent buildings. activate the space during the day come at night

Program is experienced in fixtures of life, varying in form, arranged to create a A to work and have lunch A to meet and lounge


FLOOR PLAN 1/8”=1’

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FOUNDRY MUSEUM


SPRING 2018 ANDRZEJ PIOTROWSKI


Post-industrial relic, common in the Midwestern US fabric, is rehabilitated and repurposed. a place of work becomes a place of learning old meets new but there has to be something in the middle


Could the neoliberal museum, a multifunctional place of income generating, be a place to remember laborers? Foundry workers, warehousers, millers, steel workers turned sharing economy gig workers?

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The form of the museum mirrors the intent: a museum of labor and an office space, with monumental, quiet space in the center.


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MICRO CABIN


FALL 2018 BOB GANSER


Back at the lock, examining the existing structures - the aesthetic of function, rounded corners make heavy industry seem whimsical.

A series of microcabins insert themselves into the interior of the lock.


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MDB Portfolio 2019  

M. Arch working portfolio - early 2019. Edited for web.

MDB Portfolio 2019  

M. Arch working portfolio - early 2019. Edited for web.

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