PMO R T F O L I O E GA N DANELL
Table of Contents
Beverly Hills Housing 3 City Comparisons 4 Photography 5 Rome Studies 6 Pavilions 7 Boise Branch Library 8 University of Idaho Stadium 9
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CITY COMPARISON In Urban Theory, two cities were selected of our choice to study. These two cities were analyzed through lenses of choice distinguishing similarities and differences. The two cities selected were Bruges, Belgium and Hamburg, Germany. Both exist because of their historic connection to the sea for trading. Bruges, Belgium
Hanseatic Trade Route
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Piazza Del Biscione Piazza Del Biscione is a piazza located on the foundations of the Theater of Pompeii. Itâ€™s located East of Campo di Fiori and is home to the Palazzo Pio today.
Piazza Della Maddalen Piazza della Maddalena is a piazza located just North of the Pantheon and titled after the Church of Saint Magdalene.
ROME STUDIES While studying abroad, hand drawing was our main source for studying spaces and forms. One assignment was comparing two piazzas located in the heart of Rome.
PAVILIONS Each of the projects represented are a variation of what a pavilion could be. The two projects to the right were based on temporality and resulted in smaller footprints while the pavilion to the left was seasonal but permanent.
Summer Pavilion The summer pavilion was located in Moscow, ID- located directly next to historic grain silos. This project was based on two concepts, curvilinear and centralized space. The design presented would create a pavilion and park of leisure that emphasizes the silos that represent the history of Moscow.
Parasite The only program for this project was to be a parasite. The parasitic feature for this proposal was to distrupt circulation and force people to look up from their phones and experience a moment of positive disturbance.
Fold As a design build excercise, we were assigned to design a structure that represented the word fold. We had to express the word using only 99 1x2â€™s and bike tubes. This project was completed in a group of 8 and was designed to actively fold up, walk through, and sit on. As a result of team work, our project was selected to be shown during a campus event. Throughout the process of design and assembly, I stepped into the leadership role of organizing times, individual roles, and directing.
BRANCH LIBRARY ICMA COMPETITION, FINALIST
Site Implied Forces
The Boise branch library project was a part of the studioâ€™s annual Idaho Concrete Masonry Association competition. Because of the odd shape of the site, the implied forces were used in influencing the form of the building while the concept of the mobius strip supported the continuity of spaces and enhanced the diagonal forces within the site.
Green Roof Vegetation Growing Media Filter Layer Drainage Layer Protection Fabric Root Barrier Insulation Waterproofing Membrane Roof Deck
Hanger Vapor barrier Glulam Beam
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Glulam Floor Joist Concrete
IFPC WOOD COMPETITION, 3RD PLACE The new basketball stadium for the U of I is an ongoing project that estabilshed the program and guidelines for our project proposals. This competition was to see the â€œbest use of woodâ€? from Idaho wood products. My proposal was based on the idea of threads coming together to create a weave that both brings the vandal family together but also represents the intertwining of professions that this project created (architects, students, wood product manufactureres, U of I faculty, etc.).