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MORGAN CARODINE

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PROJECTS: BIRTHING CENTER: East Magnolia Ave 4 HAITIAN HOUSING: Fond-des-Bloncs 8 LEAP COLLABORATIVE: Knoxville TN 12 PHOTOGRAPHY: Marfa Texas 16 Haiti 20 Film 24 PROFESSIONAL WORKS: Renovations 28

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BIRTHING CENTER:

EAST MAGNOLIA AVE

Birthing centers are today's alternative to giving birth in a hospital. Women have had experiences with hospitals that have resulted in the search for a new place to give birth. Every woman has her own birthing story. Although birthing centers are becoming more popular, they are not ideal for everyone. They are designed for low risk patients; therefore there is still a need for the birthing hospitals of today. There is a large need for collaboration between the facilities in order for the concept of a birthing center to succeed.

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Developing a birthing center is a multi-step process with each step becoming intertwined with every other step. The place of birth should allow women to progress throughout their pregnancy without any difficulty. There are three steps that birthing centers should follow including making the woman feel comfortable, relaxed, and create a community where she will be included even after the pregnancy. Woman should immediately feel WELCOMED when entering a birthing center. It should be warm and inviting before the woman even enters the building. Upon entering the building the environment should project a happy joyful attitude. The atmosphere of the facility should be so inviting that after only a few visits the women should be as comfortable as possible when delivering a baby. By creating a homelike feel in the facility, the woman will be more susceptible to having easy non-complicated pregnancies. Once the facility has become a familiar and warm place for the mother it then translates to the baby. Whatever the mother feels the baby feels, so if the mother is RELAXED the baby know it is safe to come join the world. In many cases the labor period lasts longer because the mothers are nervous and anxious about giving birth and the babies can feel the negative energy. One way to create a better energy for the babies is to have the mothers visit the room they will be giving birth in frequently. In order for this to happen the program should include space for several activities for the expecting family to attend. Creating a COMMUNITY within the facility will allow expecting mothers to be further welcomed while also creating a place for them to enjoy after giving birth. The most influential way of creating a community is to introduce an educational element to the program. EDUCATING the community would not only help expecting families, but also would have a positive influence on everyone in the community.

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FOND-DES-BLONC

After visiting Haiti it was still difficult to understand what Haitians need in their homes. Unlike in America they live with little to nothing and are still the happiest people I have ever met. This only made it even more difficult to design them a house because they are so grateful to receive the smallest amount of help.

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During this short time we spent designing a community for bath Fond-Des-Blancs, we soon discovered that this was no ordinary project 6” CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB

we were undertaking. Design began to take a completely new meaning, as we were forced to consider the reality that these homes and 6” GRAVEL this community would eventually be built and inhabited. We were influenced so greatly by the people of Haiti and Jean and Joy Thomas, 1”X2” CONCRETE FOOTING and were truly stretched in order to yield the greatest possible design. Learning to design in a new culture has benefited us tremendously, and 4 it is our hope that it will have benefited the people of Haiti just asA006much.

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LEAP COLLABORATIVE: KNOXVILLE TN

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Downtown Knoxville is densely populated by businesses and movement. With all of these buildings there is a lack of sustainable buildings. The design for the office building is very rooted in structural details and sustainability. By using unique materials and the addition of interior and exterior court yard spaces the building was able to obtain LEED certification.

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CHILHOWEE PARK BAND STAND:

KNOXVILLE TN

While working at a structural engineering firm I have had the amazing experience of working on many historical renovations. The the Band Stand renovation and Chilhowee Park and Exposition Center envolved the reconstruction of an existing pavillion on east Magnolia Avenue of Knoxville, Tennessee. The scope of the project included determining the structural integrity of the existing materials and designing a new roof structure based on the existing one.

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