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M O L L Y CULBERTSON D E S I G N PORTFOLIO


HELLO. My name is Molly Culbertson.

Here is a sample of my work & this is what I used to complete these projects:

· Critical thinking · Collaboration · Leadership · Rapid iteration · Interdisciplinary partnerships

· Research & analysis · Hand rendering · Model making (woodworking, laser cutting, CNC milling) · Rhinoceros · Sketch Up · Revit · AutoCAD · 3ds Max · Vray · Photoshop · Illustrator · InDesign

CONTACT ME. culbertson.mk@gmail.com 509.386.0872 6942 NE Graham PL. PDX, OR 97213


TABLE OF CONTENTS

kamiah

wellness & youth center 4

st. croix

aquatic research laboratory 6

coeur d’alene

after the reign 8

london

serpentine pavilion charette 10

various

hand rendering & collage 12

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graphic design 14

university of idaho

teaching art & design 16

skid row, los angeles

interface l.a. 18


Kamiah Wellness & Youth Center

*2nd Place Recipient: Univ. of Idaho Innovation Showcase

Kamiah, Idaho asked our 4th year studio to create different design solutions for a community center, for which they had recently received a government grant. The community members requested a design that could provide a place for children, teens, and families to gather during the day. An outdoor swimming pool and a CMU locker room facility sat on the site prior to the project. The suggested program included an indoor swimming pool, gymnasium, locker rooms, teaching spaces, multi-age gathering spaces, and outdoor skate park. This was a joint project with the interior design program. K.W.A.Y.C. is proposed as three phases—each phase was planned in accordance with the funds Kamiah received from the grant and future resources. Open floor plans allowed for supervision over the center’s users. Idaho timber, milled across the river, is used in expressed wood trusses to celebrate the community’s main economy and heritage. Passive design solutions were used to propose how the city could save on future maintenance costs.

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arch 454 // kamiah, idaho

phase 1: community center

phase 2: cover swimming center gym extension, skate park 1.0

phase 3: skate park 2.0, amphitheatre, additional interior spaces

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St. Croix Aquatic Research Laboratory

The goal of this aquatic research laboratory design was to create minimal impact on the existing site and its delicate ecosystem. The main research laboratory (designed in detail) was part of larger master plan design. Facilities for fresh and salt water were required in the program as well as being carbon neutral.

climate control. Communal and transition spaces are outside bringing the scientists outside the lab and closer to the site’s ecosystem. For an optimal passive response, each pod adapts to sun and wind exposure by changing the form of its envelope.

The laboratory is separated into three pods. This scheme allows for different passive needs to be locally addressed. Controlled lab spaces are contained within the pods for security and

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arch 553 // st. croix, u.s. virgin islands

rainwater collection through faรงade folds

steel frame supporting moveable faรงade panels wall panel profile

water retrieval system through stilts

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water retrieval through stilt structure

rain water collection through building folds

adaptable wall panel system for heating/cooling

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Coeur D’Alene After the Reign

*3rd Place Recipient: ILBI Living City 2035 Competition

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This is Coeur d’Alene, ID when gas prices reach $7/gallon in the year 2035. Coeur d’Alene, a suburban community that used to be a mining town receives the majority of its economy from tourism. The north Idaho town is composed of a resort and many tract home communities-many of the residents rely on cars.

into mixed-use buildings. The spaces between homes and previously dedicated to automobiles will be transformed into community meeting spaces and gardens. This solution focuses on a bottom-up approach to the future of sustainable communities, not top-down.

In 2035, when gas is too expensive to drive, Coeur d’Alene will adapt from a commuter and tourist community into a localized cluster community. Existing cul-de-sacs will become community centers. Tract homes will be adaptively reused

Press links: · ArchDaily Article · Living Building Institute

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arch 453 // coeur d’alene, idaho

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Serpentine Pavilion

*One-Day Charette with Arup Foresight

The charette for the serpentine pavilion was conducted at Arup’s HQ in London. My design team worked directly with Arup Foresight to develop a design of the Serpentine Pavilion for London’s Hyde Park. The aim of the pavilion is to educate visitors about a sustainable built environment. Using Arup Foresight’s Drivers of Change cards, the topic of mitigation vs. adaption was chosen as the most significant concept to teach the public. This idea stood out because it could be implicitly expressed in the pavilion design.

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Mitigation vs. Adaption, or “who’s taking your space?”, is illustrated through the design of a central pivoting wall. This wall divides the pavilion into two spaces: one for gathering and one for self-reflection. The gathering side is able to push and pull the wall to mitigate the space per the amount of people in the space; the other side cannot move the wall and must adapt to these changes. More explicit sustainable strategies in the design included a green roof, water collection and filtration, xeriscaping, and local recycled materials.

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arch 554 [summer abroad studio] // london, u.k.

sod displaced from site is used as the green roof material

circulation from gallery (west) and road (east) move the pivoting wall

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Hand Rendering & Collage

“The creative process is a cocktail of instinct, skill, culture and a highly creative feverishness. It is not like a drug; it is a particular state when everything happens very quickly, a mixture of consciousness and unconsciousness, of fear and pleasure; it’s a little like making love, the physical act of love.” -Francis Bacon

Moscow Hotel building (top)

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// here, there, & everywhere

memory map from London (left), London National Portrait Gallery (right) mixed media diagram illustrating the process of a homeless shelter (bottom)

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Graphic Design

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Wholesale customers may order directly from the publisher at a 50% non-returnable discount with a minimum purchase of 10 books. Contact Kim Eddy at 801-921-2147 or kim.eddy@gibbs-smith.com. If you have other questions, please contact katehodges@maryjanesfarm.org. also Amazon.com and bookstores worldwide

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Autographed (and kissed) copies available at:

This featured graphic design set includes some of the promotional material for Glamping with MaryJane. Following the mailing release of the pamphlet (bottom right), the book reached a #1 position selling on Amazon.com. Because the book is about glamping (glamour + camping), the selected design imagery included a mix of woodsy textures and bright colors pulled from the book cover. A letter template and Facebook page were later designed, completing the family of promotional material. Each design required an interdisciplinary design approach; I worked with writers, photographers, and web developers to complete each piece of the design set.

Join the ranks of happy glampers who have added glamour to their camping trips while traipsing “outside” the norm.

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GLAMPING with MaryJane

a new book from MaryJane Butters

How-to’s for …

… back yard glamping … vintage trailer shopping & restoration

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GLAMPING with MaryJane

In her fourth book, MaryJane offers specifics on everything from how to shop for, fix up, hitch up, and back up a trailer to campfire cocktail parties to savvy safety to WiFi on the road. Drawing from her diverse background, she’ll show you how she turns the great outdoors into a whimsical living space.

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Wholesale customers may order directly from the publisher at a 50% non-returnable discount with a minimum purchase of 10 books. Contact Kim Eddy at 801-921-2147 or kim.eddy@gibbs-smith.com. If you have other questions, please contact katehodges@maryjanesfarm.org.

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� Parties Casual Cocktail

After all, who wants to end up crouching beside a campfire with tussock for the no tushie, or—heaven forbid—no marshmallows � Tent for roasting? Not --------------------------------this glamporous girl; I want the works. � Bedding --------------------------That’s the beauty (pillows, blankets, --------------------------------of trailer traveling: sleeping bag) you can pack � Sleeping essentials and the pad (p. 66) ----------------------------------------------------------the extras. � Multi-tool --------------------------or knife --------------------------------So, let’s get it all out on the � Daypack table. --------------------------I’ll share my own for hiking --------------------------------list of nomadic necessities (as � Collapsible well as little luxuries camp stools--------------------------I love like an ironing-board (with cushions, (p. 104) ½ banana, mashed --------------------------------vodka of course) “table”; ozs whipped-cream-flavored umbrellas for 3 shade; � Flashlights apron; pretty linens; a hostess (with extra --------------------------ozs heavy cream--------------------------------batteries and and bling, of 4 (right) course). Use it, simple syrup� bulbs) Lanterns (with --------------------------own it, and add 1½ ozs --------------------------------mantles, if oz lemon juice as you wish. It to needed, and garnish � extra batteries) will be your passport1it Lanternforfuel cinnamon whipped cream and--------------------------------to pampering. or batteries--------------------------� Water filter --------------------------ice. --------------------------------the top withor treatment Fill a pint-sized glass to tablets, just � Fishing syrup, and cream, in case --------------------------gear (and Combine banana, vodka,

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MaryJanesFarm + UofI CAA

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Teaching Art + Design

I had the opportunity to teach art and design studios for two years while attending graduate school at the University of Idaho. My teaching pedagogy directed students to have an explorative, diverse, and thorough design process. Model making, site analysis, and rapid, iterative process development were taught in addition with beginning design principles. This gave my students a well-rounded and inquisitive approach to problem solving in all areas of art and design. Lesson planning and leading critiques made me excellent in time management, public speaking, and being a team leader.

various students, continuous process model

marc lapointe, spatial deception, ink on brisol board

corey stidham, book sculpture, books and glue

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Molly Culbertson


2011–2013 // university of idaho

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Thesis Project: Interface L.A.

With our current economic system, someone will always be at the bottom of the scale. This often leads to homelessness. Skid Row, Los Angeles contains the highest population density of homeless people in the United States. Currently, the 50 city blocks that make up Skid Row contain large (mostly vacant) warehouses, single-room occupancy hotels, and various homeless shelters. The communities adjacent to Skid Row are being gentrified. Skid Row will be gentrified within the next 20 years if current development trends continue. Interface L.A. offers a solution for how Skid Row can be gentrified successfully without erasing its existing systems (in this case, the homeless).

and upper class residents, and lower class and homeless residents. The overall system relies on a steel truss structure to be added into the shell of an existing warehouse. Within this structure, residents of various economic standing can purchase space and infill it with commercial and residential units. Each building adheres to a certain ratio of residents based on an adjusted income scale. This prototype was spread over a 20 block area of Skid Row in my analysis.

A vacant warehouse is used as a prototype to illustrate this new concept of inclusive gentrification. An economic system was developed to include multiple parties: the city of Los Angeles, the developer, middle

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arch 556 // skid row, los angeles, ca

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