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ARCHITECTURE

PORTFOLIO

MAXINE LAMBERT

Master of Architecture Florida International University INFO maxine.lambert01@gmail.com Tel: (786) 271-7031


RESUME THESIS/VIDEO PERSONAL PROJECT


MAXINE LAMBERT

WORK EXPERIENCE AUGUST 2016 TO PRESENT THIRLWALL DESIGN

PERSONNAL INFO

INTERNSHIP - MIAMI BEACH

DATE OF BIRTH: 04.20.1991 PLACE OF BIRTH: BELGIUM NATIONALITY: BELGIAN WORK PERMIT IN THE U.S.

INTERIOR DESIGN, ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, PROJECT MANAGER, CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS FOR HOSPITALITY AND RESIDENTIAL

CONTACT INFO EMAIL: MAXINE.LAMBERT01@GMAIL.COM PHONE: (786) 271-7031

2012 TO 2013 TENDER 2 INTERNSHIP - BELGIUM INTERIOR DESIGN, PROJECT MANAGER, CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS

LANGUAGES FRENCH (NATIVE) ENGLISH (FULL PROFICIENCY) SPANISH (IN PROGRESS) DUCTH (HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL)

FOR HOSPITALITY

INTERESTS ARCHITECTURE INTERIOR DESIGN / HORSERIDING GASTRONOMY / TRAVEL / BRUNCH MATERIALITY / ART / SUSTAINABILITY SCHEMATIC DESIGN / CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES / 3D PRINTING / LANDSCAPE / FASHION DESIGN / SCIENCE ARCHITECTURE FOOD / TECHNOLOGY / LANGUAGES / MINIMALISM


EDUCATION

COMPUTER ARTISTRY

FALL 2015 - MAY 2018 MASTER IN ARCHITECTURE

ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS: AUTOCAD / REVIT / FREE HAND

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY MIAMI, FLORIDA, USA DEAN LIST FROM 2015 TO 2018

STUDY ABROAD IN TOKYO, JAPAN SPRING 2014 - SUMMER 2015 ARCHITECTURE UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE

3D MODELING: SKETCHUP / REVIT / MAYA / RHINOCEROS / GRASSHOPER RENDERING: LUMION / REVIT

PLAM BEACH STATE COLLEGE PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, USA

FALL 2012 - SPRING 2013 INTERIOR DESIGN BACHELOR DEGREE CARRE DES ARTS MONS, BELGIUM

FALL 2010 - SPRING 2012 INTERIOR DESIGN BACHELOR DEGREE SAINT- LUC/ESA BRUXELLES BRUSSELS, BELGIUM

FALL 2009 ACCOUNTING COLLEGE HENAM NAMEN, BELGIUM

SPRING 2009 SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL INSTITUT NOTRE DAME DE LOVERVAL LOVERVAL, BELGIUM

ADOBE APPLICATIONS: ILLUSTRATOR / PHOTOSHOP / INDESIGN / PREMIEREPRO MICROSOFT OFFICE: WORD / POWERPOINT / EXCEL

ABOUT I was born and raised in Belgium. Since my younger age, I have been passionated by art, culture diversity and design. In 2015, I moved to Miami to terminate my master of art in architecture at the Florida International University. My devotion and passion for architecture, my ability to be a key element in a team and eventually to take an authoritative role as needed are naturally leading me to obtain my architecture license. My past and actual internships helped me to gain management skills, use of internal and external ressources as well as planning and task management. I am a multilingual dynamic and ambitious junior architect who will be an asset for your company for the years to come.


RESUME THESIS/VIDEO PERSONAL PROJECT


SURREALISM WORLD LOCATION: PARALLEL WORLD BETWEEN BRUSSELS AND MIAMI 2018

THESIS Florida International University / School of Architecture Professor : Neil Leach


what would be the world if only your imagination was the limit?

Let me introduce you to EIRIS, eye lenses of the future. Soon, you will use EIRIS to create your own world. Earth is overpopulated. the desire to escape reality is higher than ever. Those lenses will help you creating the environment that you want. A happy, fun, free world in which only your imagination is the limit. It is like living in a dream. A world where lenses and technology offer a better life. EIRIS, connected to the nervous system of your brain will transform your social life through a surrealist social interaction.


HYBRID BRUSSELS MIAMI LANDSCAPE AND BRUSSELS BACKGROUND

HYBRID GRAND PLACE BRUSSELS AMERICAN CULTURE AND BRUSSELS BACKGROUND


Creating my video showing surrealism social interaction to promote Eiris was to me the best option. Once connected to the lenses, your imagination and instantaneous desires will be your best allies. the video will start in Brussels following a Belgian lady, named Mila, who needs to escape reality. Mila decided to use EIRIS to meet people all around the world and living in a custom surrealist world. The lenses will read her memories, knowledge, creativity, desires, and experiences to create her own surrounding world. It is like living in a dream. During her surrealist social interaction, Mila will meet a gentleman from miami named Adam. Together they will create their own hybrid virtual world by using an advanced technology and surrealism art movement. This Romeo & Juliette love story video shown below is only existing in the surrealism reality. Once disconnected to the lenses, users go back to reality. This is what is called surrealism parallel world.

VIDEO LINK: EIRIS'S VIDEO SURREALISM SOCIAL INTERACTION


HYBRID BRUGES MIAMI SWEETNESS AND BRUGES BACKGROUND


RESUME THESIS/VIDEO PERSONAL PROJECT


THE FUTURE MIAMI HOUSE LOCATION: MIAMI BEACH, FL 2017

DESIGN 10 Florida International University / School of Architecture Professor : Claudia Busch Tel: (305) 790-0191


Stepfamily's future house in Miami Beach. It represents the erosion caused by the wind exposure and ocean rise of the site, as well as the life style of a modern Stepfamily. The layout of the house forces the inhabitants to share time and activities together, by placing the common living space and circulation in the center. The bedrooms and private areas are located in the extremities. The voids of the architecture allow the dominant winds coming from East and Southeast to penetrate the house in regard to accommodate cross ventilation through the building.

PRELIMINARY DIAGRAMS


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EAST ELEVATION 1/32” = 1’-0”

CROSS SECTION 1/16” = 1’-0”

WEST ELEVATION 1/32” = 1’-0”

LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1/16” = 1’-0”


SOUTH ELEVATION 1/16” = 1’-0”

NORTH ELEVATION 1/16” = 1’-0”


EXTERIOR RENDERING WHITE POLISHED CONCRETE AND STAINLESS STEEL FACADE LINK: VIDEO OF THE PROGRAMS THROUGH THE DAY


AFFORDABLE HOUSING LOCATION: MIAMI BEACH, FL 2017

COMPREHENSIVE Florida International University / School of Architecture Professor : Adrian Heid Tel: (954) 907-0606


The facade represents a series of voids and plains, positive and negative which refer to Miami beach neighborhood (tourist vs resident). The stagger spaces and the irregular skin activate the street. The skin frames the view of the habitat and provide a new atmosphere to a tourist environment. The intention of the buildings is to improve the cohabitation between residential and tourist. The idea was to superpose 2 different grids: An orthogonal grid of 20' a part for the structural elements and a diagonal grid (10-degree rotation) was created based on the different possible views from the sites (residential area and intercostal). The grids were made for facing the residential neighborhood and avoiding tourists and homeless. By favorizing North exposure, it allows the natural light to get inside of the building without heat gain.

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Level 3 30' - 6"1 level 3' - 6" Level Street level2 18' 0' -- 6" 0"

WEST FACADE SOUTH FACADE - LOT- BLOT A 4 1”=40’-0” 3 1" = 20'-0" 1" = 20'-0"

level 1 3' - 6" Street level 0' - 0"

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level 1 SOUTH LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1 3' - 6" 1" = 20'-0" Street level NORTH LONGITUDINAL SECTION NORTH LONGITUDINAL SECTION 0' - 0" 6 6 1" = 20'-0" 1" = 20'-0"

JJ

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WEST FACADE - LOT A Stree 1" = 20'-0"

WEST FACA 1" = 20'-0"

TRANSVERSAL SECTION - LOT A 1" = 20'-0"

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Level 4 level 5 42' - 6" Level 3 54' - 6" level 5 LOT B 30' - 6" 52' - 6" Level 2 Level 4 18' - 6" 42' - 6" Level 3 30' - 6" level 1 3' - 6" Level 2 Street level 18' - 6" 0' - 0"

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Level 6 Level66' 6 - 6" 66' - 6"

Level 6 66' - 6"

level 5 level54' 5 - 6" 54'5- LOT 6" B level level 5 LOT B52' - 6" 52' - 6" Level 4 Level42' 4 - 6" 42' - Level 6" 3 Level30' 3 - 6" 30' - 6"

level 5 54' - 6" level 5 LOT B 52' - 6"

Leve 66' Level 4 leve 42' - 6" Level 3 54' 30' - 6"level 5 LOT 52' Level 2 Leve 18' - 6" 42' Leve 30' level 1 3' - 6" Leve Street level 18' 0' - 0"

Level 2 Level18' 2 - 6" 18' - 6" level 1 level 13' - 6" 3' - 6" Street level Street level0' - 0" 0' - 0"

TRANSVERSAL SECTION LOT B

level 1 3' B- 6" SOUTH FACADE - LOT 1" = 20'-0" Street level 0' - 0"

1”=40’-0”

EAST FACADE - LOT B 5TRANSVERSAL SECTION - LOT B 1" = 20'-0" 9 1" = 20'-0"

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leve 3' EAST FACADE - Street LOT B le 0' 1" = 20'-0"

SOUTH FACADE - LOT B 1" = 20'-0"

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EAST FACA 1" = 20'-0"

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Level 6 66' - 6"

Level 7 78' - 11 1/4"

EAST ELEVATION LOT A

Level 4 42' - 6" Level 3 5 30' - 6"level 5 L 5 Level 2 L 18' - 6" 4 L 3 level 1 3' - 6" L Street level 1 0' - 0"

Level 7 78' - 11 1/4"

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level 1 level 1 3' - 6" 3' - 6" Street levelStreet level 0' - 0" 0' - 0"

Level 6 66' - 6"

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Level 7 level 5 78' - 11 1/4" 54' - 6" level 5 LOT B Level 6 52' - 6" 66' - 6"

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level 5 level 5 54' - 6" 54' - 6" level 5 LOTlevel B 5 LOT B 52' - 6" 52' - 6" Level 4 42' - 6" Level 3 30' - 6"

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Level 6 66' - 6"

0' - 0"

1" = 20'-0"

HH

Level 7 78' - 11 1/4"

level 1 WEST FACADE - LOT 3' -A6" 1" = 20'-0" Street level

SOUTH FACADE - LOT B NORTH LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1”=40’-0” 3 1" = 20'-0" 6

Level 6 66' - 6"

Level 4 42' - 6" Level 3 30' - 6"

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SOUTH ELEVATION LOT B

level 1 3' -A6" SOUTH FACADE - LOT 2 1" = 20'-0" Street level 0' - 0"

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A

level 5 54' - 6" level 5 LOT B 52' - 6" Level 4 42' - 6"

Level 4 level 5 42' - 6" Level 3 54' - 6" level 5 LOT B 30' - 6" 52' - 6" Level 2 Level 4 18' - 6" 42' - 6" Level 3 30' - 6" level 1 3' - 6" Level 2 Street level 18' - 6" 0' - 0"

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level 5Level 7 78'- -6" 11 1/4" 54' level 5 LOT B 52' - 6"Level 6 66' - 6" Level 4 42' - 6" Level 3level 5 30' - 6"54' - 6" level 5 LOT B 52' - 6" Level 2 18' - 6"Level 4 42' - 6" Level 3 level 130' - 6" 3' - 6" Street levelLevel 2 0' - 0"18' - 6"

Level 6 66' - 6"

Level 6 66' - 6"

Le level 578' - 11 54' - 6" level 5 LOT B L 52' - 6" 6

1”=40’-0”

Level 6 66' - 6"

Level 7 78' - 11 1/4"

Level 7 78' - 11 1/4"

Level 6 66' - 6"

TRANSVERSAL SECTION LOT A

Level 7 78' - 11 1/4"

SOUTH LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1 1" = 20'-0"

Level 7 78' - 11 1/4"

WESTlevel FACADE - LOT A 1 1" = 20'-0" Street 3'level - 6" 0' - 0"

4

1”=40’-0” 7

Level 6 66' - 6" Level 7 78' - 11 level 5 1/4" 54' - 6" level 5 LOT BLevel 6 52' - 6"66' - 6" Level 4 42' - 6"level 5 7 Level 354'Level - 6" - 11 B1/4" level 30'78' -56"LOT 52' - 6" Level Level6Level 2 4 66' 18'--6" 6"42' - 6" Level 3 level 530' - 6" 54' - 6"1 level level 5 LOT 3' -B6" 52'level - 6"Level 2 Street 18' - 6" 0' - 40" Level 42' - 6" Level 3 level 1 30' - 6" 3' - 6" Street level B EAST FACADE Level 2 -0'LOT 5 - 0" 1" = 20'-0" 18' - 6"

level 1 3' - 6" Street level 0' - 0"

1 NORTH ELEVATION 1" = 20'-0" LOT A & B

Level 7 78' - 11 1/4"

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level 5 Level 6 54' - 6" 66' - level 6" 5 LOT B 52' - 6"7 Level level 5 78' -Level 11 1/4" 4 54' - 6" 42' - 6" level 5 LOT B Level Level36 52' - 6" 30' 66'- -6"6" Level 4 Level level25 42' - 6" Level 3 18' 54'- -6"6" level 5 LOT B 30' - 6" 52' - 6" level 1 Level 2 Level 3' - 6"4 18' - 6" 42' - 6" StreetLevel level3 0' - -0"6" 30' level 1 3' - 6" Level 2 Street levelSOUTH18' - 6" - LOT B FACADE 0'3 - 0"1" = 20'-0"

Level 7 78' - 11 1/4"

Level 2 18' - 6"

TRANSVERSAL SECTION - LOT B 1" = 20'-0"

9

LL

6

NORTH LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1" = 20'-0"

GG

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II

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JJ

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KK

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Level KK7 78' - 11 1/4"

LL

Level 7 Level 6 78' - 11 1/4" 66' - 6" GG

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Level level 5 6 54'66' - 6"- 6" level 5 LOT B 52' level - 6" 5 54' - 6" levelLevel 5 LOT4 B 42'52' - 6"- 6" Level 3 30'Level - 6" 4 42' - 6" Level Level 2 3 18'30' - 6"- 6"

Level 7 78' - 11 1/4" KK

Level 2 18' 1- 6" level Street3'level - 6" 0' - 0" level 1 3' - 6" Street level 0' - 0"

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TRANSVERSAL SECTION - LOT A 1" = 20'-0" TRANSVERSAL SECTION - LOT B 9 1" = 20'-0"

LL

Level 6 66' - 6"

level 5 54' - 6" level 5 LOT B 52' - 6"

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Level 6 66' - 6

Level 4 level 42' - 6" Level 3 54' - 6 30' - 6"level 5 LOT B 52' - 6 Level 2 Level 4 18' - 6" 42' - 6 Level 3 30' - 6 level 1 3' - 6" Level 2 Street level 18' - 6 0' - 0"

level 3' - 6 Street leve TRANSVERSAL SECTION 0' - 0 9 1" = 20'-0"

9

TRANSVERS 1" = 20'-0"


01

WALL SECTION

01. WALL SECTION DETAIL 1/4" = 1'-0"


WALL SECTION AXONOMETRIC


EXTERIOR RENDERING DETAILS FACADE IN WOOD AND CAST CONCRETE LINK: RENDERING VIDEO


ART MUSEUM LOCATION: TESHIMA, TONOSHO, JAPAN 2016

DESIGN 7 Florida International University / School of Architecture Professor : Camilo Rosales


The proposed art museum is located in the island of Teshima, Japan where there are existing museums that portray minimalism and simplicity in design. The intention for this project was to create an additional museum similar to the ones on the island but with its own significance. The idea and concept for my proposal is the distortion of a grid and using topographical principals found in the islands terrain to translate to an "art space". In this "art space" you are invited to feel the softness of the floors and relate that to the horizon view. This structures are designed to span without any columns, like a suspended bride, giving the impression of sheets of paper that are floating on air.

GRID STUDY DIAGRAM


The relationship of the human in this art space is a swell between the curves and the body. There is no ramps, no steps but simply a fight with gravity and movement. In the diagrams below there are a few sketches of ways that the human body can position itself and inhabit the space. There are also no railings or barriers, this is a space when you can feel connected to nature and the physical world of earth and a reminder that there is more to space than earths gravity and flat surfaces.

TOPOGRAPHIC STUDY

LINEAR MOVEMENT STUDY


EXTERIOR RENDERING CANTILEVER SLAB LINK: RENDERING VIDEO


ARTIST PAVILION LOCATION: MIAMI BEACH, FL 2016

DESIGN 8 Florida International University / School of Architecture Professor : Sara Pezeshk


“The SoBe Low-line” temporary structures for an Arts & Design Incubator” South Beach, Miami Beach, FL. developping an architectural- urban proposal to repurpose and reinvent the service alleyway that runs parallel to the beach from 1st Street to 15th Street, bisecting the city blocks between Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue. 12 arts pavilions of 1,000 Sqft can be organized as separated areas, or even as adjacent areas to each artist’s pavilion. In this project, I used: three structural systems (branching strcuture, membrane structure & pneumatic structure) & one biomimicry inspiration (spongy bone).

BIOMIMICRY INSPIRATION SPONGY BONE


PHYSICAL FORM FINDING boolean method: 10’ diameter per boolean which put together will create voids that will leave enough space for a public circulation. The non-precise voids created by the boolean method relate to the spongy bone which does not have a regular pattern. The voids become the interior spaces and the contour becomes the structure. This method created a stable installation which relates to the characteristic of the spongy bone. The further step was to experiment changing the size of the spheres to create a structure variation. The variences between positive and negative refer to HEALTHY BONE AND UNHEALTHY BONE.By this forming method, I am testing the different level of osteoporosis and how it could be related to architecture.

BOOLEAN METHOD 10' DIAM. SPHERES

STRUCTURE VARIATION DIFFERENT SIZE OF SPHERES


DESIGN PROCESS RULES OF THE PAVILION'S LOCATIONS ON SITE: 1. PARTIALLY CLOSED AREA: REPRESENTs THE LOCATION OF THE SPONGY BONE INSIDE OF THE HUMAN BODY. SPONGY BONE IS MOST OF THE TIME LOCATED BETWEEN COMPACT BONE ON BOTH SIDE

2. SUN ANALYSIS: THE OPENINGS’ DENSITY IS DICTED BY THE AMOUNT OF SUN RAYS. MORE EXPOSED TO THE SUN: LESS OPENINGS: HEALTHY BONE LESS EXPOSED TO THE SUN: MORE OPENINGS: UNHEATLHY BONE

ARTIST PAVILIONS 3 different designs that are repeated over the 14 blocks. The only 3 cases of partial enclosure area are: 1. Under building: the first floor is free 2. Between 2 buildings: recessed area between two buildings


FABRICATION & ASSEMBLY The fabrication system works as a puzzle. The pieces will be 3D printed (female and male pieces) and put together. A wire is placed inside of the pieces to provide strength at the structure. Low cost and fast manufacturing, 3D printing offers a variety of possibility and material.

PLAN

ELEVATION


LIBRARY LOCATION: MIAMI BEACH, FL 2015

DESIGN 5 Florida International University / School of Architecture Professor : Elizabeth Camargo


The Miami Beach Library is located at the end of Lincoln Road, facing the bay. This architecture offers different layers all around the building creating more intimate spaces. The double skin offers to the building more sustainability by Blocking the rays of the sun. The shape of the skin reflect the motion of the bay. Being located between the ocean and the bay, the site encounters different types of air flow throughout the day. The site is constantly exposed to the sun as it faces south. When standing at the street level, the temperature seems higher because of the lack of wind. In the above floors, the amount of air flow is higher and the realfeel temperature seems lower.

SUN & SHADES STUDY OF THE SITE

1111 PARKING STUDY


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WOMEN'S RESTROOM

MEN'S RESTROOM

BAR

OFFICE 1 EMERGENCY EXIT

LOBBY

OUTDOOR AREA

2

3 NEWSPAPER AREA

BAY DR

1

BISCAYNE BAY

LINCOLN ROAD

FIRST FLOOR 1/32”=1’-0”

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WOMEN'S RESTROOM

MEN'S RESTROOM

OFFICE 2

EMERGENCY EXIT SEATING AREA

2

3

LIBRARY

BAY DR

1

BISCAYNE BAY

LINCOLN ROAD

SECOND FLOOR 1/32”=1’-0”


STRUCTURAL AXONOMETRIC

LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1/32”=1’-0”


SOUTH ELEVATION - 1


WEST ELEVATION - 2

EAST ELEVATION - 3


NORTH ELEVATION - 4


AXONOMETRIC


EXTERIOR RENDERING GLASS AND CAST CONCRETE FACADES


MADE IN BELGIUM

Architecture Portfolio  

Master of Architecture Florida International University

Architecture Portfolio  

Master of Architecture Florida International University

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