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MICHAEL OFFERMAN WA S H I N G T O N U N I V E R S I T Y I N S T. L O U I S BA IN ARCHITECTURE | MBA 2013

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MICHAEL OFFERMAN

CONTENTS F LO R E N C E S T U DY A B R OA D P R O G R A M DRAFTING & SKE TCHING MAPPING & DESIGN

212 STUDIO URBAN STUDIES MANCHESTER KINDERGARTEN

311 STUDIO LIVE|WORK|SHOW C A R O N D E L E T E N ATAT O R I U M

312 STUDIO S U B U R B I A & F LO O D P L A I N I N T E R T W I N E D D I G I TA L R E P R E S E N TAT I O N

INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE CHRISTNER INC | CARDINAL GLENNON HGA ARCHITECTS

BRANDING DESIGN M R . WA S H . U . ASC

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Th i s s t udi o a bro a d i n Fl o rence, I t aly st ressed t he d evelop ment of our dra f t i n g a n d s ke tc h i n g s k i l l s t h ro u g h t h e pre s e nt at io n o f exi sti n g I ta l i a n master p ieces. A st ud y of p at ter ns and layer s i n Br u n e l l e s c h i ’s fi n e s t wo r k , I l D u o mo, a llowe d m e to devel o p dra f ti n g te c hniq ues, lear n ab out t he d evelop ment of s t r u c t u ra l te c h n i q u e s, a n d i nte r p re t t h e D u o mo t h ro u g h a mo de r n l e n s.

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F LO R E N C E S T U DY A B R OA D P R O G R A M DRAFTING & SKE TCHING

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M a p p in g was a f u n da menta l el ement to our st ud io in Florence. I researc hed, t ra c ke d a n d ma p p e d t h e i l l e g a l e co n o my o f i m m igrant wo r kers a n d R o ma who b eg and b ar ter around t he Piazza. Th e i r i nte ra c t i o n w i t h t h e p o l i ce a n d t h e i r m ove m e nt s t h ro u gh th e spa ce a nd mob s of tour ist s was d ic t ated largely by t h e i r t ra de. M a p p i n g a l s o i n c l u de d t h e pat ter n st ud ies of I l D uom o t hrough d rawing a n d mo de l i n g w i t h e g g s h e l l a n d p a p e r. Wh e n t h i n k in g o f a n i n sta l l ati o n fo r t he Piazza, most would t hink of how it cou l d b e n e fi t t h e l o c a l s o r t h e to u r i s t s, b u t I sou g ht to ima gi n e a stru c tu re th at could b ot h shield t he illegal salesp eop le, w h i l e a l s o p rovi di n g s h a de a n d s e at i n g i n a fl exi b l e s t r u c t u re i n t h e Pi a z z a .

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F LO R E N C E S T U DY A B R OA D P R O G R A M MAPPING & DESIGN

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Th e 212 s tu di o fo cu sed o n sca le, ranging from ur b an map p ing, d esigning c h i l dre n’s fu r n i t u re, a n d c u l mi n at i n g i n d e s ign i n g a k i n derga r ten o n M anc hester Blvd. O ur ur b an st ud ies inc lude d re s e a rc h i nto t h e fa b r i c o f t h e G rove n e i gh b o r h o o d, th e po l i ti ca l stru c ture, histor y, economic and c ult ure of t he are a . I fo c u s e d o n M a n c h e s te r Bl vd, w h i c h saw t he greatest c hang e i t i t s c h a ra c te r t h ro u g h o u t t h e ye a r s.

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211 | 212 STUDIO URBAN STUDIES

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Culture and Politics St. Louis Public LIbrary

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Forest Park South Business Association

The Forest Park South region of St. Louis consists of five neighborhoods: Forest Park Southeast, Botanical Heights, Tiffany, Kings Oak, and Cheltenham. The neighborhoods are important community units that provide apolitical support to the area.

The 17th Ward of St. Louis includes the neighborhoods of Shaw, Botanical Heights, Tiffany, Midtown, Central West End, Forest Park Southeast, Kings Oak, and Cheltenham. Residents of the ward elected Joseph D. Roddy as their alderman.

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The Forest Park South Business Association was created to inspire growth of commercial establishments within the area bounded by Hampton Avenue on the west, 39th Street on the east, Forest Park Avenue on the north, and Interstate 44 on the south. The association serves as a major business representative for the area, especially its members.

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Institutions and Community Centers Forest Park Southeast is located within close proximity to several major St. Louis institutions and community centers. The location of these establishments in relation to the neighborhood results in additional traffic flow in the area, therefore boosting the local economy, especially during lunch and evening dinner hours.

Industrial Residential Road and Sidewalk Redevelopment Retail / Commercial Parks and Recreation

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The neighborhood’s namesake, Forest Park, is the largest park in the area, and the third largest public park in the United States. Another staple of St. Louis that happens to be located very near Forest Park Southeast is the Missouri Botanical Garden.

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These areas have receieved funding to promote quality residential and commercial development, implement infrastructure and beautification projects, improve security, market the area to new residents and visitors, and find funding sources for neighborhood improvement projects.

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Euclid Library

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Forest Park Southeast is located within close proximity to several major St. Louis institutions and community centers. The location of these establishments in relation to the neighborhood results in additional traffic flow in the area, therefore boosting the local economy, especially during lunch and evening dinner hours.

The neighborhood’s namesake, Forest Park, is the largest park in the area, and the third largest public park in the United States. Another staple of St. Louis that happens to be located very near Forest Park Southeast is the Missouri Botanical Garden.

These areas have receieved funding to promote quality residential and commercial development, implement infrastructure and beautification projects, improve security, market the area to new residents and visitors, and find funding sources for neighborhood improvement projects.

Institutions and Community Outreach Industrial Residential Road and Sidewalk Redevelopment Retail / Commercial

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The p ro gram o f th i s pro j ec t i n cl u ded a t wo -b ed room ap ar t ment, a p aint ing st u di o, s c u l p t u re s t u di o a n d g a l l e r y s p a ce. E a c h p ro gram requ i red di f ferent sunlight d irec t ions and intensit y whic h influe n ce d t h e fi n a l de s i gn h e avi l y. Si te d o n a n ar row l o t o n a n u r ba n St. Lo u i s st reet cor ner, my d esign sought to wrap t h e g a l l e r y s p a ce t h ro u g h t h e s t u di o a n d living areas, a s i f p u t t i n g t h e m o n di s p l ay to t h e c i t y. Wor k inc lud ed hand - d rawn p er sp ec t ive s, di gi t a l re p re s e nt at i o n a n d mo de l i n g.

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The n at ato r i u m wa s ci ted i n Ca ro n delet te Par k , in sout h St. Louis. The p ool a n d co mmu n i t y ce nte r fe at u re s a n e nt r y h al l, c afe, ch eck-i n desk , ch a n ging rooms, p ool d ec k , sund ec k , and fit nes s ce nte r. Th e de s i gn wa s i n s p i re d by t h e n at u re o f a ma n - ma de l a n dsca pe and t he cont rast b et ween ar t ific ial and nat u ra l. I s e l e c te d co n c re te a s i t h a s b o t h e a r th e n , an d ar ti f i ci a l qu a l i ti es to i t. The st r uc t ure feat ures a d oub le c ant ileve r w i t h t h e s u p p o r t c u r vi n g t h ro u g h t h e center. Th e ci rcu l ati on p asses t hrough t he st r uc t ural core t hat di vi de s t h e e nt r y a n d t h e ma i n p ro gra m.

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R E D U C E / R E TO O L E X PA N S I V E PA R K I N G LOTS D E V E LO P TO D R A I N RU N O F F TOWA R D G R E E N WAY / B I O S WA L E S I N C R E A S E H O U S I N G D E N S I T Y LO O K I N G O N TO T H E G R E E N WAY L I M I T C A R T R A F F I C I N T H I S ZO N E M I X E D U S E D E V E LO PM E N T E N CO U R AG E D

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SU MME R 2 0 1 0 At C h r is tn er I n c, I co n du c ted researc h on t he b est-p rac t ices in collec t in g t h e “ Vo i ce o f t h e Cu s to me r ” a n d c l i e nt i nf lu e n ce s in d esi gn . I created a “ Tool K it ” of sur vey tools, t r ic ks and ex am p le s t h at co u l d b e i mp l e me nte d du r i n g t h e de sign p h as e o f f u tu re pro jec ts. I then im p lem ented some of t hese tools on a p ro je c t fo r Ca rdi n a l G l e n n o n Ch i l dre n’s H o s p it al i n d e si gn i n g th ei r n ew surger y wait-seq uence. Af ter im p lem ent ing t h e to o l s, we re l aye d t h e i n fo r mat i o n to t h e cl ie nt an d u sed i t to di c tate d esign d ec isions. I wor ked wit h Projec t M an a g e r, Sh a n n a Wi e c h e l AIA, to de s i gn t h e cent ral wait ing area a n d a n e w l o n g - te r m fa mi l y wa i t i n g a re a .

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Surgery Waiting Observation, Interview, and Survey results Hallway Seating (10 Seats) Small Surgery Waiting (12 Seats)

Sister Noreen’s Room (19 Seats)

Hallway Seating: • • • • •

Average wait time: 1.1 Hours Average party size: 2 People Children in party about 40% of time, mostly infants, and some 5-8 range. Average grade given to waiting area: BPeople would move to the hallway, even if there was space in the waiting area, especially if they had children

Small Surgery Waiting: • • • •

Average wait time: 1.4 Hours Average party size: 1.5 People Children in party about 10% of time, all under 3. Average grade given to waiting area: B

Sister Noreen’s Room: • • • •

Comments on this space:

Average wait time: 3 Hours • Seating looks comfortable. Average party size: 3.4 People • Looks quiet and peaceful. Children in party about 25% of time, typically teenaged, or baby. • Colorful and Comfortable. Average grade given to waiting area: B • Finishes and pattern well liked. • Too confined, and dark. • No television/reading material • Windows good (even if to the hall)

Comments on this space: • Ottomans and a chance to raise feet: Hugely important. • Cozy and feels like home. • Colors are warm, seats look comfortable. • Too small/cramped. • Nothing for children. • No entertainment. • Art is peaceful.

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• By far the most well-liked. • Open, yet grouped family seating. • Mixed reviews on the seats: Good to stretch and layout on. Somewhat cold and “uninviting”. • Desk to get information about child. • No entertainment/toys. • Stars and fish on the walls well-liked.


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SU MME R 2 0 1 1 M y inte r n s h i p at HGA h a d me wo r k ing on a few d ifferent p rojec t s over t he s u mme r. Fi r s t, I wo r ke d o n a n exp a n s i o n fo r t h e O rdway Th eater i n St. Paul, M innesot a, wor k ing t he in t he d esign de ve l o p me nt p h a s e, b u i l di n g a wo r k i n g m od e l o f t h e s pa ce, u si n g 3D mo del ing to d evelop t he ceiling and wall st r uc t ure. Addi t i o n a l l y, I wo r ke d o n t h e de s i gn te am fo r th e Emerso n E l ec tr i c ’s M inneap olis Head q uar ter s, c reat ing 3D re n de r i n g s o f di ffe re nt de s i gn i te rat i o n s. N o t pi c tu red wor k inc lud es fire -safet y p lan d evelop ment fo r D e vi l ’s L a ke H o s p i t a l, i n N o r t h D a ko t a and t he d evelop me nt o f H G A s t a n da rd te mp l ate s fo r R e vi t.

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