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DESIGN PORTFOLIO 2014 - 2018 MATTHEW BEERMAN | CARLETON UNIVERSITY


Matthew Beerman Architecture Student

“Architecture is basically a container of something. I hope they will enjoy not so much the teacup, but the tea.”, Yoshio Taniguchi. My time in as an undergraduate student at the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism has allowed and encouraged me to pursue this concept – Architecture is not about the building, but about those inhabiting it. With the talented group of both professors and practicing professional’s teachings in my tool belt, I feel as though my philosophies on architecture are constantly evolving. My first major project in architecture school explored scale at a singular human level, focusing on a structure meant for one person to live in solitude. The structure paints a picture of an enclosed shelter without fully separating exterior and interior spaces, making nature a tactile and physical thing. Although the process of going on an excursion to collect vines to construct a shelter was less than enjoyable, it helped me put myself in the role of a primitive man; establishing a solid foundation for my work produced at the school of architecture. Tadao Ando writes, “We borrow from nature upon which space we build.” This project was teaching me to respect the site and to look at architecture from a humble approach – to be influenced by it, not to be the influencer of it. Fast-forwarding to today - the crescendo being the fourth-year housing studio with Ryan Koolwine - I look back fondly on my first-year explorations. Although at the time I saw no point in the studies and installations that we were exploring and was more so hungry to get into the meat and potatoes that are plans, sections and elevations – I learned valuable basics from a very naïve level of understanding of architecture. Concepts like scale, dimension, space and light all played a valuable role in both my early studies of a singular shelter and my understanding of designing a livable and enlivening community at an urban scale. Architecture has therefore, over the years, spoken to me, rather than the contrary. This, in my opinion is the type of relationship we should have with architecture and the world of built form – one that influences us rather than having us pursue work worthy of being called “Starchitecture”. A humble approach to architecture both as an architect and user allows for a world of wonder to be presented by and to both parties. For just as the tea gives purpose to the teacup, people give purpose to architecture.


WORK EXPERIENCE

PROFILE

LANDSCAPER @ HANSEN LAWN AND GARDENS Ottawa, ON

23-year old architecture student from Ottawa with an interest and understanding of urban

MAY 2016 - August 2016 Provided day-to-day property maitenance, supervised a crew on daily runs. Responded to client needs and concerns as well as provided advice on day-to-day operations and care

planning and architecture of properties.

CONTACT

INTERN @ 25:8 RESEARCH + DESIGN Ottawa, ON

705-970-0695 1226 Heron Road, Ottawa, ON matthewfbeerman@gmail.com

July 2016 - August 2016 Prepared construction drawings, renderings, schedules and presentations for multiple residential projects. Provided 10 year plan for nature spa, prepared presentation and architectural drawings.

linkedin.com/in/matthew-beerman/

EDUCATION

SKILLS Adobe Indesign

BACHELOR’S OF ARCHITECTURE @ CARLETON UNIVERSITY Ottawa

Adobe Photoshop

September 2014 - May 2018 Majoring in design, curriculum covers such topics as landscape design, design practices,

Adobe Illustrator

structurual and mechanical systems, urbanism and various influences of history on the urban landscape.

AutoCAD

Revit

BARRIE NORTH COLLEGIATE Barrie

Google Sketchup

September 2009 - June 2013 Graduated as an Ontario Scholar and an honour role student. Completed grade 12 as of

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June 27th.

Microsoft 365

INTERESTS & HOBBIES Hobbies and interests include; cycling, cooking, outdoor exploration, art and travel


“Architecture is basically a container of something. I hope they will enjoy not so much the teacup, but the tea.� - Yoshio Taniguchi


TABLE OF CONTENTS 001 _ POLARIS BUILDING (PART OF THE TERRA-FARM DEVELOPMENT) - HOUSING 003 _ CROSS-ROADS ARENA (PART OF THE AXIS-ABILITY PROJECT) - RECREATIONAL 005 _ KANATA KINDERGARTEN - INSTITUTIONAL 007_ BUILDING ENVELOPE DETAIL - TECHNICAL DETAILING 008 _ JUST ADD URBAN : URB[INN] LOFTS - HOSPITALITY 009 _ BOOKSTORE & LINK PLAZA - RETAIL / INSTITUTIONAL 011 _ CELESTIAL VILLAGE - HOSPITALITY 013 _ CARLETON PAVILION - INSTITUTIONAL


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PROJECT : Terra-Farm KE Development TYPE : Urban Redevelopment COURSE : Comprehensive Housing Studio (Studio 6) INSTRUCTOR : Ryan Koolwine TEAM : Lindsay Campbell YEAR : Undergraduate - 4th Year DATE : Fall 2017 MENTIONS : Stantec Award Nomination The Terra-Farm Development exists as a re-imagining of 3 sites in Ottawa’s Lowertown neighbourhood. Currently residing on the site is a homeless shelter, a Tim Horton’s, Enterprise Rent-A-Car Dealership and a converted heritage building - which will be converted as a locally sourced grocery store. The re-imagined plan seeks to unify the community through the use of public gardens, effectively feeding the community for a better tomorrow. The Polaris building consists of 52 Residential units - with 3 townhouse typologies exiting to grade. The units incorporate various needs of potential buyers - such as units for families, seniors and affordable units. Each unit features a balcony or “yard space” granting all residents the basic human right of natural light and fresh air. The collision of two masses allows for a building that appears to be assembled in 3 parts. This unique shape also allows every unit above the third floor to have a corner unit, framing spectacular views. The building’s facade is made up of movable slat screens for growing plant matter on - allowing all balconies to have adjustable shading mechanisms and immediate access to fresh produce. As well, the building features ample amenity spaces such as a daycare, gym, hub office space, and rooftop patios/ gardens. SITE PLAN

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Unit 201 - 2 bed, 2 bath + Den Unit 202 - 1 Bed , 2 Bath + Convertible Den Unit 203 - 2 Bed, 3 Bath + Convertible Den Unit 204 - 2 Bed, 2 Bath + Convertible Den Unit 205 - 1 Bed, 2 Bath + Den Level 200 1. Daycare Space 2. Entrepreneurial Unit 201Gathering (2 Bed, 2 BathSpace + Den) 3. Entrepreneurial Room Unit 202Meeting (1 Bed, 2 Bath + Den)

401 - 1 Bed, 1 Bath + Den - Accessible 402 - 1 Bed , 1 Bath + Den 403 - 1 Bed, 2 Bath 404 - 2 Bed, 2 Bath + Den 405 - 1 Bed, 2 Bath

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Unit 101 (2 Bed, 1 Bath + Den - Affordable) Unit 102 (1 Bed, 1 Bath + Den - Affordable)

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Unit 203 (2 Bed, 3 Bath + Den) Unit 204 (2 Bed, 2 Bath + Den) Unit 205 (1 Bed, 2 Bath + Den) Daycare Centre Meeting Space Meeting Room

1 Bth+ Den, Accessible) 402 (1 Bd, 1 Bth + Den) 1 Bd, 2 Bth, Affordable) 404 (2 Bd, 2 Bth + Den) Unit 405 (1 Bd, 2 Bth) 1. Amenity Space

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Unit 305 Residential

Roof Drain Wood Decking

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Vented Aluminum Siding Waterproofing Membrane Densglass Sheathing Stud Cavity Densglass Sheathing Waterproofing Membrane Semi -rigid Insulation Vented Aluminum Siding

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13 Gypsum Board Vapour Barrier 140 Steel Cavity Wall 140 Roxul ComfortBatt Insulation 13 DensGlass Gold Sheathing Blueskin 100 VP 51 Roxul Drainboard Rigid Insulation 51 Aluminum Siding

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Cross-Roads Arena TYPE : Urban Redevelopment & Planning

Located in Ottawa’s west end, the neighbourhood of Westboro resides as a community in transition. The neighbourhood is primarily residential in nature, featuring boundless urban infill projects. The neighbourhood has therefore been growing an diversifying without a central hub for residents to congregate and enjoy their free time.

COURSE : Comprehensive Design Studio (Studio 5) INSTRUCTOR : Jay Lim TEAM : Sally El Sayed YEAR : Undergraduate - 3rd Year DATE : Winter 2017 MENTIONS : Faculty Choice Award Nomination

The Cross-Roads Arena seeks to link portions of the neighbourhood to maximize community interaction. The Arena’s layout acts as a map to the surrounding context as well as the adjacent buildings on the site. The organization of the large programed spaces; the hockey arena, Curling Rink and the Reception Hall form a “T-intersection out of the circulation spaces; along which smaller programed areas are placed. The arena ultimately acts as a compass to the surrounding neighbourhood of Westboro. Guiding the future development of this young and growing community.


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KANATA KINDERGARTEN TYPE : Suburban Development & Site Planning COURSE : Design Studio (Studio 4) INSTRUCTOR : Eric Archambault YEAR : Undergraduate - 3rd Year DATE : Fall 2016 MENTIONS : Building 22 Nomination The Kanata Kindergarten seeks to address a need in a growing West end suburb of Ottawa. The site sits on a protected wetland which serves as a prime learning opportunity for young minds. The building is essentially separated into two distinct wings ; the public wing and the private wing. Within the private wing are the class rooms and the resources for teachers and students. Within the public wing are the spaces geared towards community involvement such as the workshop rooms and the grand room/ gymnasium. Connecting the two wings are the entrance (acting as a pathway) and the story telling space (acting as bridge). Surrounding the central playground are glass atrium promenades which make up the circulatory spaces of the building and filter light into lower level classrooms and administration spaces. The building’s organization communicates a detailed narrative; the central area of the building surrounding the courtyard is constructed of glue-lam members and glass, giving an “in-progress” appearance. This alludes to the transitional phases that a child goes through as they move from infancy to adulthood. RY BU DS DI . RD

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RESIDENTIAL 101

W1 The technical detail was completed for The Polaris project. It acts as an exercise in technical proficiency, a necessary component to the professional career of an architect. This detail shows the section of the grade to above grade wall connection and the floor and landscaping assemblies that are required as part of best practices. Below grade is a parking garage and above is a residential unit with hardwood floors. The foundation is monolithically constructed and the walls above grade steel stud framed.

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URB[INN] LOFTS TYPE : Urban Re-use / Re-purpose - Modular Design COURSE : Design Studio (Studio 5) INSTRUCTOR : Jay Lim TEAM : Sandra Baran YEAR : Undergraduate - 3rd Year DATE : Winter 2017 PHASE 1

“Pre 150th celebrations”

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“Intentions for Canada’s 150th”

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The Urb[INN] Lofts functions as a forerunner to the “Inspiration Village” project that occupied the York street parking spaces in the Byward Market as part of the sesquicentennial celebrations. The challenge was to re-use the shipping containers that would be used as part of the installation to create a lively street scape at all times of the day and night. We identified a need within the market - alternative housing arrangements for visitors and tourists. The plan would use 20 of the existing containers to provide three different tiers of accommodations for those looking to tour the market and explore Ottawa. The plan consists of 3 distinct districts and 1 direct path through the complex. District 1 is the market portion offering an expanded area of space for vendors to set up. District 2 is the accommodation space itself allowing for interactive balconies and unique spaces. The final district is the park which preserves the existing fountain that acts a gateway to the market. The project is aimed to enliven the York street space and make for a more walkable area. As well, it allows for people to stay in the heart of the market, making Byward the place to be at all times of the day.

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1 x 20 ft unit : 160 sqft.

1 x 40 ft unit : 320 sqft.

2 x 20 ft units : 320 sqft.

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BOOKSTORE & LINK PLAZA TYPE : Urban Infill & Landscape Design COURSE : Design Studio (Studio 3) INSTRUCTOR : Yvan Cazabon YEAR : Undergraduate - 2nd Year DATE : Winter 2016 The unique neighbourhoods of Chinatown and Little Italy cross at the intersection of Preston and Somerset effectively colliding two vastly different cultures. The site consisted of two parts; a plaza to connect the public of the two neighbourhoods and a bookstore with a secondary program (in this case; a theatre, cafe and residence). The sunken portion of the plaza can be used as a skating rink in the winter and an amphitheater in the summer. The diagonal cut through the plaza acts as a shortcut for residents of the two neighbourhoods encouraging informal gatherings and casual conversations. Within the bookstore, the skeleton of the building remains exposed to which bookshelves are built within the structural bays of the building. Alluding to the fact that we are all the same when you strip us down to our most basic state. The focal point of the building is the story-telling/ theatre space which is viewable from all floors of the building - including the residence on the top floor. The building’s facade mimics the intersecting nature of the neighbourhood and communicates a humble, welcoming message to those seeking refuge in the cold winter months. PLAZA SECTION

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COURSE : YAC (Competition) - Observatory Houses INSTRUCTOR : N/A TEAM : Sandra Baran YEAR : Undergraduate - 3rd Year DATE : Summer 2017

Behind each zodiac sign is a constellation and mythical story which determines the layout of each building; using the star formation as a guide for placing walls and rooms. Additionally, each zodiac has an associated element which determines the sustainable nature of each building. Wind buildings are designed with passive cooling in mind. Earth buildings feature protrusions of rock into the residences as well as green walls. Water buildings are optimized for water retention to be used throughout the individual buildings and the watering of the surrounding landscape. Fire buildings are passively heated int the winter months through masonry walls collecting and diverting heat produced by the sun. Celestial Village is a transformative addition to the already magnificent Roccascalegna Medieval Castle. With a Skylounge that houses a large restaurant, bookshop, information and service centre as well as a didactic learning observatory centre. It truly is a gem that will allow for the historic site to live on for centuries to come.

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Celestial Village seeks to bring humankind one step closer to the distant galaxies above with captivating sceneries and modern accommodations. The journey begins with the association of a zodiac sign to each building. The layout of the site, based on zodiac cycle, winds up the Roccascalegna mountain until it reaches the top where one can be taken back by the beauty of the sky above and the scenery beyond.

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CARLETON PAVILION

BELOW GRADE LEVEL 1. Entrance / Welcome Area 2. Lobby 3. Library / Bookstore 4. Lecture Hall/ Performance Space 5. Reception Area 6. Artist Studio 7. Art Gallery 8. Storage Space 9. Visiting Professor’s Library 10. Workshop Classroom 11. Loading Area 12. Cafe Kitchen 13. Cafe Space 14. Cafe Seating 15. Maintenance Room 16. Staff Kitchen 17. Staff Bathroom 18. Administration Space 19. Staff Meeting Room 20. Public Bathroom

TYPE : Site Development COURSE : Design Studio (Studio 3) INSTRUCTOR : Eric Archambault YEAR : Undergraduate - 3rd Year DATE : Fall 2016 7

The main entrance to Carleton University has long stood as a parking garage accompanied by a large field. A pavilion servicing the main entrance to the university off Bronson Avenue would serve as a welcome centre to prospective and attending students.

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The building features 4 distinct spokes with ramps running up the sides of them which both serve as a fire escapes and means of circulation. The “cornucopia” of the building serves as a performance space which can be used for formal gatherings and public events or even practice spaces for dancers. The north most spoke serves as a visiting artist space and accompanying gallery. The spoke adjacent to that is a classroom and library for a visiting professor. The cafe sits in the middle of the building allowing for refreshments at the end of a performance or class. The last spoke consists primarily of administration space and a meeting room for faculty. The building’s language follows a more abstract approach; consisting of 3 main crystals and a cornucopia. These crystals allow for diffused light to penetrate the interior spaces of the building, allowing for illuminated spaces without the need for direct sunlight.

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Matthew Beerman  

A collection of my work produced over my four years at Carleton University.

Matthew Beerman  

A collection of my work produced over my four years at Carleton University.

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