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mayumi tomita 917-566-1341 mayumi.tmt@gmail.com

EDUCATION New York City College of Technology • Brooklyn, NY Bathelor of Architectureal Technology Expected graduation 2014 Dean’s list

Related coursework

Parametric computation / Fabrication

Explored variety of concepts and tools used in digital fabrication and developed skills on parametric modeling and outputting the design using laser cutter, 3D printer and CNC mills.

Design studios

Engaged in creating meaningful spatial experience as well as building up in-depth design analytical skills and developing representational skill set including sketching, drafting, software knowledge and especially physical model making technics.

Other related coursework:

Working Drawing and Building Technology • Site Planning • Structure • Material • Integrated Software In Arch Office • Environmental Systems for Architects • Color (Graphic Design)

SKILLS

Autodesk AutoCAD, Revit & Maya • Rhino (+ V Ray, T-splines & Grasshopper) • Sketch Up • Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator & InDesign • Eris Arc Map • Microsoft Excel • Hand Drawing, Physical Model Making, Laser Cutting & 3D Printing

LANGUAGE

English • Japanese

WORK

Tutor • Asunaro • Nagoya, Japan • 2006-2007

-taught math, physics, chemistry, history, Japanese and English to junior high school students and wrote detailed reports to their parents describing their achievements of each session -made responsive study plans to fit and enhance individual students’ performance

Waitress/bartender • Murasaki • Nagoya, Japan • 2003-2006

-waited table, took orders, served food/drink and supervised/trained employees at fast paced work environment while attending high school

INTERESTS

Ceramic Pottery Making • Traveling (been To London, Edinburgh, Toronto, Niagara City,

REFERENCES

Available upon request

Okinawa Island, Kyoto, Osaka & Tokyo)

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tangible river


TREE: LEAVES

BROOKLYN BRIDGE: WIRE

Brooklyn Piers in 2003

TREE: LEAVES

EAST RIVER: WATER SURFACE PATTERN

BROOKLYN BRIDGE: WIRE

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EAST RIVER: WATER SURFACE PATTERN

: GLULAM : FIBER GLASS

BROOKLYN PIERS IN 2003

TREE: LEAVES

The new phase of Brooklyn waterfront BROOKLYN BRIDGE:

EAST RIVER: WATER SURFACE PATTERN : GLULAM WIRE As the long-neglected piers that used to setback the Brooklyn MATERIALS

neighborhoods transform into Brooklyn Bridge Park, we now can feel and touch the water. To celebrate the new phase of Brooklyn waterfront, the threshold to the park was developed by combining the three MATERIALS primary elements around the site - trees, the East River and the Brooklyn Bridge. Leaves are gathered to make the pattern that mimics the water : GLULAM surface of the river. Glass fiber wires that shoot lights at night are used to GLASS represent the: FIBER Brooklyn Bridge. Its S shape invites/lead people in to the exciting things the park offers. BROOKLYN BRIODGE

BROOKLYN BRIODGE

BROOKLYN BRIODGE

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BROOKLYN PIERS IN 2003

SITE PLAN 1/64” = 1’-0”

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Studio Instructor Professor William Ngo | Junior Year

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his shadow


Developing a photograph The park at a corner of a block in mid-town Manhattan was developed from collages of a photograph of a man looking back his own shadow. The park was designed to be somewhere people always see and go through as a shortcut route yet sometimes return to and wonder in - like his shadow. One would shortcut through the park on the wooden path in the morning, eat lunch underneath the trees in the little lawn and go up the stairs after work to feel the evening breeze from the elevated seating space.

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Studio Instructor Professor David Kubik | Sophomore Year

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visible gym


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A cookie cutter

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Visual conversations between different activities can be made through B inner garden placed in the middle of this health club building. It is all about motivating and healing the members - those that are exercising, whether they are swimming, rock-climbing or running on a tread mill, can keep being motivated by looking at other energetic members. The trees changing their appearances and colors through seasons could be NORTH ELEVATION some of the members’ reason to keep the memberships. The vertical facade 1/8” for = 1’-0” the swimming pool is not only meant for the prospective members to wonder how it is like to swim in it, but also functions as a backstroke indicator when looked at from inside. NORTH ELEVATION the glass-enclosed 1/8” = 1’-0”

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PROJECT 2 _ HEALTH CLUB

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PROJECT 2 _ HEALTH CLUB


four notions


Doctors on Petals The radial organization with four anchor points enabled each doctor to have their own section in the building. Starting with the revolving doors then the S-shaped circulation paths create the feel of smoother flow of qi/energy in hopes of helping the patients’ fast recoveries.

• Radial • Cluster

• Grid • Liner

In this project, the instructor assigned us to practice four medical centers with different schemes from the same given program requirements - a reception with shelvings for records, 4 doctor’s offices and 20 exam rooms.

Studio Instructor Professor David Kubik | Sophomore Year

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Protected rooms The building has a wall that separates and protect the brain part of the facility - the doctors and the records room. The wall also maintains privacy for the sensitive convertsation between a doctor and a patient by keeping the offices away from the rest of the busy spaces. All corridors are made sure to have natural lights and views to the garden/vegitation.

Orange lake This medical center with liner organization has the exam rooms oriented toward west for the patients to watch the sunsetover the lake. The rotating of those rooms also lets them easily see which room gets open from the main lobby.

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Cover letter

Excel - Proposal estimate MAYUMI TOMITA 917-566-1341 MAYUMI.TMT@GMAIL.COM

MAYUMI TOMITA 917-566-1341 MAYUMI.TMT@GMAIL.COM

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ESTIMATE PROPOSAL

WESTLEY ROZEN SITU STUDIO / SITU FABRICATION 20 JAY STREET SUITE 218 BROOKLYN NY 11201

CLIENT NAME: ADDRESS: PHONE:

Re: Studio Intern

JHON SMITH 186 JAY STREET NEW YORK NY 11201 718.260.5500

PROJECT STAFF PROJECT ARCHITECT: MAYUMI TOMITA PROJECT DESIGNER: MATTHEW KULG, ANDREW SHER INTERN: CLAIRE WHITE, WILLIAM JHONS

Dear Mr. Rozen, The wide range of your creative practices inspires me. Your deep engagements in digital fabrication especially are extraordinary that they reminded me of the enlightening feeling when I first used Grasshopper with Rhino that broadens the possibilities of design. My interest for digital fabrication started when I went to an exhibition in the MoMA in 2007 and saw your work. One of the installations that caught my eye was your Rule of Six. When I started taking courses and workshops on digital fabrication in the school, I immediately got hooked to the concepts and have been dreamed to be a part of the actual practice field in a firm like yours. I have been also practicing GIS mapping / data visualization after one of my instructors introduced the concept in class with a GIS specialist. Crafting is what I love the most, whether with computer or hand and I would love you to utilize what I can offer. I would be thrilled if you could consider me for the studio internship position in which my practice in school could make a contribution. Should you require any additional information or to schedule an interview, I can be contacted any time of day at your convenience via phone or email listed above.

PROJECT SQUARE FOOTAGE 5700 sq ft COST PER PHASE SCHEMATIC DESIGN DESIGN DEVELOPMENT CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

$189,204.38 $567,613.13 $756,817.50

TOTAL CONSTRUCTION FEE ARCHITECTS FEE

$1,339,500.00 $174135.00

(15% OF CONSTRUCTION COST)

TOTAL COST

Sincerely,

$1,513,635.00

DATE 09/14/12 Mayumi Tomita September 7th, 2012

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