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Maggie Hummel

B.S. in Architecture University of Michigan 2013


Maggie Hummel 3434 Briar Bank Place SE Grand Rapids, MI 49546

spatial light[ness] studies

exploration

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urban alteration

spatial analysis

application

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spatial light[ness] studies : investigations of lightness in weight and material of a solid contrasted with the lightness resulting from void. Three dimensional studies create a desired lightness while also allowing intangible light to play it into a dynamic object - ever changing, ever light.


Voided Negative

4”x6”x8” concrete model 40”x18” graphite light study Sean Vance: Design Studio 1 A study of solid and void created through a translated cast of a previous layer model. Multiple iterations allow a better understanding of mold and cast. Light becomes a solid that floods the displaced solid. Two opposing oculi highlight the two relations of solid-void & light-shadow in conversation, also offering the object as interactive.


Calvino’s Lightness

chipboard, basswood, paperboard model 15”x8”x15” graphite, conte crayon, transparency drawing 60”x24” Dawn Gilpin: Pre-Architecture Design Studio A spatial translation of Italo Calvino’s translation of ‘lightness’Six Memos for the Next Millenium. There exists a process of compression and release, a literal leap, and a presence of absence brought about by a sense of weightlessness.


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exploration : personal and collaborative design endeavours that allow an interest and development of design. Although not directly related to architecture, unexpected connections continuously narrow the gap between design and architecture.


The Peapack Mitten Company Designer / Seamstress / Sales Associate Winter 2009 - present

Took part in growth and development of PMC from its origins. After refinement of product and operations, the company continues to produce high quality, hand-made mittens by upcycling wool sweaters and adding fleece linings.


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Swing Step

Construction317 Wood construction meeting the specifications that it must be foldable, contain no nails, screws, or glue, and must use no more material than a 2”x8”x8’ piece of lumber.


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urban alteration : applying changes, augmentations, or renovations to familiar sites based on context, occupation, and program. Diagrams aid in alteration proposals along with architectural drawings, models, and renderings.


Interactive Mapping MDF, chipboard, acrylic, nails, wire 48”x18”x24” Sean Vance: Design Studio 1 An abstraction of a local site taken from the principles of the Nolli map Vertical lift symbolizes the historical importance of the context in the Univeristy community and its connection to campus, from where the horizontal ‘interactive’ wires stem.


Unleashed

UNLEASHED: DOG PARK N 1/8” = 1’-0”

museum board, acrylic 15”x13”x8” Sean Vance: Design Studio 1

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TRAINING ROOM WOMEN’S RESTROOM MEN’S RESTROOM DOG BATHING ROOM

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STORAGE

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Site integration model generated from rockite model form. Adaption through faceted surface conditions that promote human-animal interaction by folding space onto itself. Human hierarchy is reinforced in interior training rooms and social spaces.

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activity

campuslife

sick

home

exercise socialize d r i n k s MARLEY&ME volunteer b a t h e+b r u s h

therapy relax

TRAIN run

JUMP d i g chase RACE fetch i n t e r a c t BOND RELEASE observe hide seek s h a r e

sniff greet exercise

slowdown

activity appreciate

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Design for pets as well as owners and the interaction that occurs between and amongst these groups. Planes resting at obtuse angles encourage interface between the two parties that are often separated by a predestined superiority. Areas with irregular angles in three dimensions signify an area designated solely for unruly canine interaction, such as the outdoor play yard. Areas with distortion in two axial directions, such as the walls of the underground that absorb the activation of the ground plane above , are designed for dogs and owners as co-dependent interactants. The third layer of interface is designed with owners in mind, introducing right angles and geometric architecture back into the upper level of the structure to reflect the social etiquette that distinguishes the behavior of humans from their pets. The architecture reflects the interaction it seeks to enforce, similar to a human training their dog. A3


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PLAY YARD

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With the rockite model from Project 3 in mind, the theme of interaction was carried through to Unleashed. The main gathering space of the building is the observation deck atop the set of reflected stairs, where human and animal interact with their respective species while the hierarchy between the two remains intact. The opening in the facade of the building reflects the interaction between dog and owner in its relationship of void to object--a separation exists, while visual contact remains constant in the same way that a series of voids exist within one apparent object.

The exploded axonometric shows the continuation of the opposing oculi through the verticality of the structure. These two oculi, converted to a set of facing staircases, act as the main structural component of the dog park as they were derived from Project 1, an investigation of the conversation between object and void. Carried into Project 4, this conversation shifts to one between human and animal, with the staircase serving as a transition between the social behavior of dogs to that of humans.

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Opperative Aggregation I chipboard, museum board 18” x 8” x 16” John McMorrough: Design Studio 2

The first of a series of 2-3 week charettes, OAI examines the south facade of Taubman College. Playing on the perspectival approach from the parking lot, the design continually shifts as proximity changes. Although systematized as an elevation project, OAI uses depth to accomplish its dynamic role in three dimensions.


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service entrances

loading docks

service entrances

main entrances

Height and depth signify


Opperative Aggregation II chipboard, acrylic, paper 24” x 10” x 8” John McMorrough: Design Studio 2

OAII responds to a request for a free plan exhibition space to the northeast of Taubman College. Designed primarily through section, it utilizes interior light wells created by a pattern of triangulation blanketed over the roof structure and walls. Without disrupting the open space, these light wells suggest a registry of space through directionality and color.


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ngulation of roof descends over walls and into interior space.


Opperative Aggregation III chipboard, museum board 18” x 16” x 12” John McMorrough: Design Studio 2

OAIII creates an annex on the northwest corner of Taubman College using axon as the primary design standard. Restricted to the shipping container module, OAIII forms a cascade of objects in three dimensions, possessing an illusory effect in axon. Double height spaces add light and air while interior walls are never continuous, but rather capitalize on the staggering by creating partial divides.


The Divergence

Site Plan

Divergent Spectrum

Annex maintains connection with building while also being stretched away.

Plans IV+V

Connection to A+AB maintained while formal movement pulls away from it.

Plans II+III Transparency of level 4 contrasted with privatized level 5 residence.

Exterior walls continue through interior to create privacy through slippage.


apartment

studio + workshop

lecture + class rooms

Ziggurat: Taubman annex cafe + library

plan

south elevation

north elevation

west elevation


spatial analysis : through removed investigation of a space or building, an drawing analysis is produced and, in some instances, is coupled with a site visit to alter or aid production of drawings that investigate cultural behaviors and occupancies of spaces.

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Cultural Partner Study I

Irene Hwang: Spain/Morocco Travel Studio Investigating the traditions of death and memorialization across the geographic divide between Spain and Africa produces a diagram of cultural differences surrounding death and subsequent resting places.


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Irene Hwang: Spain/Morocco Travel Studio Choosing to research the idea of privacy in the dense city of Marrakech, smlxl maps degrees of architectural opportunities for privacy and seclusion contrasted by the very public street.


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rooftop cafĂŠ mosque

palace


women’s changing

men’s bathing

reception + men’s changing

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men’s circulation

women’s circulation women’s bathing


invert

infill

privacy

cover separate

Irene Hwang: Spain/Morocco Travel Studio A continuation of a study in Morocco in which the Fes tannery is converted from a public auditorium of sorts to a privatized bath house. It takes form from an inversion of a cultural standard as its program shifts from public to private.

tradition

Fes Infill

remember


Oslo Opera House

Kaleena Quinn: pre-architecture design studio A peeled apart system of the Oslo Opera House required a thorough research into the design of the building. Exploded axon and perspectives lend a clear legibility of parts of the building and how they behave in conversation, while encouraging precision in the organization and execution of drawing.


application: a process of research and investigation followed by a design proposal that carries out the findings of the initial review. Applications must respond to their context as well their intended programs while maintaining a correspondence to the original design intent.

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Dixon Arch

Dixon Architecture 2010 A sample of SketchUp models created in collaboration with project manager and head architect of each design. Left shows retail storefronts to be located on a small town main street. Right depicts main building of a farm preschool. Also included animal barn and storage shed.


auto showroom

ferris wheel

7,000 sf

2,800 sf

• auto showroom w/ auto storage

• set on plinth • stepped terraces • water feature

• announcer’s pavilion • mini golf & convenience • shed inside track

18,500 sf

mini golf & pavilion

28,000 sf

25,000 sf

botanical gardens

community gardens

museum

go-karts

3,500 sf

8,000 sf

• contemporary art

• announcer’s pavilion • mini golf & convenience • shed inside track

• plots for individual use • garden art

• indoor/outdoor nursery • nature path • interactive learning

arboretum

exhibition hall

22,000 sf • “a place for the cultivation of trees, shrubs, and plantings” • nature trails • water feature w/ live plants

modern art museum

service access road

gallery

farmer’s market

20,000 sf • raised pavilion • stepped plinths • landscaped steps • flexible vending stations

art garden

rotating carousel

entry

auto museum

auto showroom

pedestrian foot bridge

natural amphitheater

18,500 sf

auto museum

auto

seating

15,000 sf • gently sloping lawns & seating • flexible clamshell

• serrated facade • visibility

cultural

sculpture garden

gift shop

1,000 sf

10,000 sf

• indoor/outdoor nursery • nature path • interactive learning amphitheater

go-karts

farmer’s market

ferris wheel

MI-5 uses

• light industrial uses, such as woodworking shops, repair shops, and wholesale service and storage facilities. • building cannot penetrate sky exposure plane, which begins 85’ above street line. • 20’ minimum rear yard • 5.0 FAR industrial building

MI-5

C4-7 uses

C4-7

• located outside central busi ness districts in densely built areas • includes specialty and depart ment stores, theaters, other commercial and office uses, home maintenance and repair services shops • 100,000.0 commercial FAR

site plan / zoning

mini golf

arboretum

sculpture garden

museum

gift shop

community gardens

botanical gardens


horticulture museum

science center & museum

aquarium

16,000 sf

18,000 sf

• outdoor garden • specimen tank • main aquarium • aquatic garden

• live specimen gallery

velodrome

skate park

8,000 sf

8,000 sf

32,000 sf

• art garden • science garden • art / science hall • galleria

• banked cycling track • skate park in infield

• half pipe • flow park: bowl park + street plaza

bicycle club

7,500 sf

• bicycle rental • bicycle repair

auditorium 14,000 sf

multi-purpose field house

workshops 4,000 sf • water garden • specimen garden • cafe tables • cafe / park benches • specimen foliage • classes

• lectures • seminars • movies

22,000 sf

racquet club

• inflatable • flexibility • team events • football • baseball • batting cages

7,500 sf • racquetball • handball • squash • badminton

basketball courts

14,000 sf • spectator and team benches

eco-park

water feature

4,000 sf

4,000 sf

eco-science

science center & museum

water feature

workshops

aquarium

eco-park

tennis courts

water feature & splash park

• two doubles courts • spectator benches

• iconic statue raised on plinth • interactive water plaza

12,000 sf

• on plinth • landscaped seating • splash feature

• museum • auditorium • interactive learning horticulture museum

service road

amphitheater

velodrome & bike club

inflatable field house

sports

10,000 sf

racquet club

tennis courts

basketball courts

skate park

splash fountain

Propose

Montroy Andersen DeMarco: summer 2013 A series of site analysis and board proposals created in collaboration with a designer for a client. Located in Midtown New York City, zoning laws were investigated and designs were created to present to the client based on their requests.


Aerial view - de Young Museum

Aerial view - de Young Museum Insulation Concrete Cavity Wall Steel Pipe Bronze Clips Metal Brackets

Plywood Sheathing Vapor Barrier Concrete Slab Corrugated Decking Steel I-Beam Spray Foam Insulation Panel Track Ceiling Cables Drop Ceiling

Glazing

Neoprene Membrane Perforated Metal Beam Insulation Steel Beam Finished Wood Floor Vapor Barrier Concrete Slab Corrugated Decking Steel I-Beam Spray Foam Insulation Ceiling Cables Drop Ceiling Bronze Clip

Perforated Copper Panels

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Exploded structural axon

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Exploded structural axon

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120’ Facade Attachment Detail

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insulation insulation

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De Young Museum tower floor plans 1” : 36’ - 0” De Young Museum tower floor plans 1” : 36’ - 0”

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20th Century Art

20th Century Art

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American Art/ 20th Century

American Art/ 20th Century

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20th Century Art

20th Century Art

American Art/ 20th Century

20th & 21st Century Art

20th & 21st Century Art

Library

Ancient Art of the Americas

Ancient Art of the Americas

Ancient Art of the Americas

Cafe

Main Lobby, Ticketing, & Information

Fern Court

Children’s Gallery Entry

Main Court

Museum Store

Entry Entry Court

Lecture Room

Main Lobby, Ticketing, & Information

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De Young Museum ground floor plan 1” : 36’ - 0”

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Ground Floor Plan

Children’s Gallery

Lecture Room

American Art/

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Art of Africa

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American Art/ 18th&19th Century

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American Art/ 19th Century

36’ 72’ Analysis Workshop

2 Whole Building Analysis

Advanced Building Construction

ARCH 427 Winter 2013

De Young Museum ground floor plan 1” : 36’ - 0”

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American Art/ 18th&19th Century

American Art/ 18th&19th Century

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De Young Museum mezzanine floor plan 1” : 36’ - 0”

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De Young Museum mezzanine floor plan 1” : 36’ - 0”

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Observatino Deck

02.12.2013 David Moon 40’0” American Art/ 19th Century

30’0” 20th & 21st Century Art

Art of the Americas

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36’ 72’ Analysis Wor Whole Buildin 144’0”

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Observatino Deck

02.12.2013 Analysis Workshop 2 David Moon Whole Building Analysis

Courtney Krause

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American Art/ 18th&19th Century

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19th Century Advanced Building Construction

Museum Store

ARCH 427 Winter 2013

Family Room

American Art/ 19th Century

Herzog and de Meuron 19th Century American Art/ San Francisco, CA, 2005 19th Century

M.H. de Young Museum

Art of Africa

Connections Gallery

American Art/ 19th Century

Concourse Entry

Cafe

Textile Gallery

American Art/ 19th Century American Art/ 19th Century

Entry Court

Family Room

American Art Study Center

American Art Study Center

Textile Conservation

Connections Gallery

Textile Arts

Main Court

Sculpture/ Garden Entry

American Art/ 19th Century

Library

20th Century Art

Sculpture/ Garden Entry

Ancient Art of the Americas

Paintings Conservation

Paintings Conservation Textile Conservation

Textile Gallery

Textile Arts

Textile Arts

Fern Court

Tower Lobby Ancient Art of the Americas

Objects Conservation

Administration

American Art/ 20th Century

Eucalyptus Court Art of the Americas

Art of the Americas

An in-depth partner analysis and production workshop in which the building form and, specifically, its construction unite to produce a rigid structure. Drawings included plans, sections, elevations, axons, and renderings.

Textile Arts Tower Lobby

20th Century Art

American Art/ 20th Century Ancient Art of the Americas

Objects Conservation

Herzog & de Meuron, San Francis

Administration

20th Century Art

Eucalyptus Court

Construction437

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Herzog & de Meuron, Fong + Chan San Francisco, CA, 2005

Advanced Building Construction

20th & 21st Century Art

20th & 21st Century Art

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M.H. de Young Museum

Facade section - axon

ARCH 427 Winter 2013 ARCH Advanced Building Construc tion 427 Winter 2013

Interior facade view

Herzog & de Meuron, Fong + Chan San Francisco, CA, 2005

ARCH 427 Winter 2013

copper copper panels panels with with grooves grooves

Art of Africa

Courtney Krause 110’0”

02.12.2013 Analysis Works 100’0” David Moon Whole Building 90’0” 144’0”

80’0” Maggie Hummel Courtney Krause 70’0”

110’0”60’0”

02.12.2013 50’0” 100’0” David Moon 90’0”

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Main Court Ancient Art of the Americas

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Main Lobby

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40’0” American Art/ 19th Century

30’0” 20th & 21st Century Art

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

Art of the Americas

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Art of Africa Main Court

Ancient Art of the Americas

Main Lobby

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Tower plans, Ground floor and Second floor plans, north elevation, and longitudinal section NORTH ELEVATION

Façade Design

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Physical [Un]Consciousness Keith Mitnick: Design Studio 3

Beginning with a study of the mind seemingly ‘escaping’ from the body through distraction, this unfolding object creates space where it should not exist. Through the presence of absence, an object of voided space can be created.


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Physical [Un]Consciousness Keith Mitnick: Design Studio 3

As if making space in a wall cavity, the translation is a core and shell construction, inhabitable in both regions with varying materials allowing transparency or enclosure.

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