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NATHAN MOSURE

A RCH I T E C TU RE & DESIG N

PORTFOLIO


CONTENTS STUDENT WORK GRADUATE EARTHLY MATTERS

3 - 14

BALNEO IMPOSITION

13 - 22

A.R.T.C.

23 - 30

SPATIAL CITY

31 - 36

UNDERGRADUATE OVER-THE-RHINE BREWERYÂ

37-44

JESSE OWENS NORTH GYM

45-52

LONDON PUBLIC LIBRARY

53-60

PROFESSIONAL WORK WITTENBERG UNIVERSITY

61-66

ST. COLUMBA CATHEDRAL

67-68

WALGREENS

69-70

STARBUCKS

71-74

ADDITIONAL WORK SKETCHBOOK

75-78

PENCIL DRAWINGS

79-82

PAINTINGS

83-84


NATHAN MOSURE

PORTFOLIO

issuu.com/mosure

SUMMARY: Passionate about multi and single family residential design. Accom-

PHONE

330-719-1665

plished backround of commercial retail design as well as hospitality. Experienced in all

nmosure@msconsultants.com

phases of drawing and the realm of 3D digital softwares relating to BIM.

EMAIL

EDUCATION Bachelor of Science in Architecture | City & Regional Planning Minor Degree Awarded: 05/08/2016

The Ohio State Universtity Knowlton School of Architecture

Master of Architecture

The Ohio State Universtity

Degree Awarded: 05/05/2019

GPA: 3.6 Knowlton School of Architecture

EXPERIENCE Graduate Architect, MS Consultants Inc. Columbus, OH

August, 2017 - Present

• Designing Aldi food marts across the Dwight, Center Valley, Springfield and other U.S. divisions. • Lead BIM designer and production manager in the Quest Diagnostics client account. • Training colleagues in skills necessary to complete Revit design and CD production tasks. • Producing concept plans, site studies, and analyses for new and remodel projects to move into production. • Production lead in CD sets including new builds, remodel, and in-line retrofit Aldi grocery markets. • Coordinating across all building systems disciplines including Mech, Elec, Plumb, Struct, and Civil E.

SKILLED IN REVIT AUTOCAD PHOTOSHOP ILLUSTRATOR INDESIGN RHINOCEROS LUMION VRAY SKETCHUP AGISOFT CURA/3D PRINTING WRITING SPECS TEXTURE-MAPPING SURVEYING

Architecture Associate, CR Architecture + Design Cincinnati, OH

May, 2016 - August, 2017

• Lead BIM designer and production manager for a series of fourteen Walgreens stores incorporating Med-Express urgent care facilites into existing Walgreens in WV, VA, TX, NV, and NE. • Facilitated to General Cotractors in the production of building permit sets, reviews, and revisions. • Trained colleagues in attaining Revit skills necessary to model and produce construction documents. • Assisted in BIM production for the Twin Lakes Indepenent Living expansion in Mason, Ohio. • Designed and produced new and remodelled Starbucks Coffee Shops across the United States.

Architecture Intern, MS Consultants Inc. Youngstown, OH

Summer, 2015 & December, 2014

• Assisted in the production of plan, elevation, section, and detail drawings for Wittenberg University. • Produced four renderings and other graphic design work in a presentation pamphlet for Wittenberg University; Published and distributed for fund raising. • Produced schematic design and concept plans for the Stambaugh Hotel renovation in Youngstown. • Rendered and Photoshopped a newly designed sanctuary for St. Columba Cathedral of Youngstown.

CAD Technician, AC Dellovade Pittsburgh, PA

December, 2015

• Produced drawings for developers in the construction phase of a 30m dollar Capital One Bank in VA. • Drafted Plan, Section, Elevation, and Detail drawings for AC Dellovade to install Centria wall panels.

Laborer - Consultant, Marucci and Gaffney Excavating Youngstown, OH

Summer, 2013 & 2012

• Assumed responsibility in construction crews including: carpenters, cement finishers, plumbers, steel framers, and electricians in the construction of an 11,000 square foot locker room building. • Developed skills in reading architectural drawings, and identifying problems in the construction site. • Oversaw the entire process of surveying a site and constructing a building from the ground up.

Project Surveyor, MS Consultants Inc. Youngstown, OH

Summer, 2011

• Surveyed the site and field material Vallourec Star’s 1 million sf Brier Hill Expansion was built on. • Plotted and marked critical points on site for structural steel and machinery equipment to be placed. • Became skilled in working with surveying equipment including: levels, theodolite lasers, prisms, tripods.

VOLUNTEER Voice In Prevention Guest Speaker, National ThinkFirst Injury Prevention Foundation The Ohio State Wexner Medical Center

June 2013 - Present

• Contributed over 120 hours guest speaking to high school students encouraging the youth to use their minds to protect their bodies as it pertains to anti drug use, and car safety.

ORGANIZATIONS Paris Abroad | 2013 AIAS | 2013 - Present


To reverse what the Anthropocene has lead us into, thousands of Carbon Capture facilities must be built and maintained. The project is set in the near future off the Yangtze River in North East China. A visiting retreat Club House for the Carbon Capture Storage Plant factory workers, in the denatured land of Nanjing. China’s Carbon Emissions are among the highest in the world, and the remote site offers both grounds for building and prime land for storing carbon dioxide in a land who’s air is saturated with CO2 . Factory workers come to enjoy time off from the vigorous work they perform for months on end at the CCSP. The building was designed using a method which examined the aesthetic effect in the space between raster and vector images. In the same way google earth’s satellite images stitch together raster images to create accurate geometry in the earth’s surface, the massing and surfaces of the building are the liminal result of the perceivable difference between raster and vector images turned 3 Dimensional Space. Using Photoshop as a tool to create 2D images that imply spatiality in high resolution raster bitmaps and pulling them into a spatial arrangement. The resultant form and shapes create a type of speculative realism. Walls, floors, roofs, and furniture are perceived as both a flat graphic affect in their gradients and an ambiguous space that melts together its components. Raster images can be shot at resolutions so high they require an extended zoom to reveal pixilation. Technology such as google earth and 3D scanning devices capturing these images make it possible to recreate the built environment as well as the natural in very little time. Architecture must use these technologies to build with the same veracity. It can create a world where the denatured landscape and architecture may not be distinguishable from each other at all.

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EARTHLY MATTERS GRADUATE III | Final Master Project Instructor: Stephen Turk Best in Studio Award Recipient

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THE ZOOM

ORIGINAL PLASTIGLOMERATE

PIXELATE MAX MIN WAVE MAX

PIXELATE MAX MIN WAVE MAX WAVE MAX MIN EDGE

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Z1


AFFECT

Z2

Z2

WAVE EDGES OUTLINE SHARPEN Z1 ORIG.

Z1

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FRONT

REAR

EXPLODED PLAN ISO CUBE EXCERSIZE EXHIBITS TRAITS FROM PLAN TRANSFORMATION ON PREVIOUS PAGE IN 3DIMENSION. RECREATING THE RASTER AFFECT, GRADIENTS DISTINGUISH SPACE RATHER THAN FLAT GRAPHICS.

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TOP

BOTTOM

EXPLODED SECTION ISO VECTOR EDGES BECOME PLANES, EXTRUSIONS, AND WARPED SURFACES. THE CUBE MELTS, OSCILATING BETWEEN RASTER & VECTOR CONTROLLED SPACES. THE OBJECT AS A WHOLE CAN BE PERCEIVED AT VARYING SCALES, STRENGTHENING THE ZOOM AFFECT.

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DE - NATURING THE SITE ORIGINAL

PIXEL>MAX>WAVE>MAX

PIXEL>MAX>WAVE>MAX> WAVE>MIN>BLUR>WAVE

HEIGHT FIELD - AXONOMETRIC

PIXEL>MAX>WAVE>MAX> WAVE>MIN>BLUR>WAVE> SHARPEN>MAX>PIXEL

HEIGHT FIELD

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IN THE SAME WAY GOOGLE EARTH’S SATELLITE IMAGERY STITCHES TOGETHER RASTERIZED IMAGES AND VECTORAL EDGE DETECTION TECHNOLOGY, PHOTOSHOP FILTERS ARE APPLIED TO 2 DIMENSIONAL IMAGES. FINE TUNING THE FILTER’S PERAMETERS AND TOLERANCES, THE TRANSFORMATION SCRIPT IS CONTROLLED IN SUCH A WAY THAT CREATES IMPLIED 3DIMENSIONALITY. THE LANDSCAPE IS DENATURED, CREATING AMBIGUITY IN NATURAL AND UNNATURAL. PLASTIGLOMERATE ROCKS SERVE AS THE SYMBOL FOR THIS NEW A ESTHETIC. AN ANTHROPOGENIC MARKER, THE OBJECT IS NEITHER PART OF NATURE NOR OUR HUMANITARIAN FABRICATIONS. BLURRED GROUND THAT COMBOUNDS SCALES , CREATING DETAIL AT EXTREME TOLERANCES. RESOLUTION SO HIGH PIXELATION IS LOST ENTIRELY PRODUCING THIS NEW FORMAL ARCHITECTURE.


HEIGHT FIELD MASSING STUDIES

EXPLODED ISOMETRIC 10


B

D 11


D

C

A

B

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A

B 13


NORTH ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION 14


Located on an abandoned spillway of the Akosmbo Dam, the Balneo Imposition Resort seeks to provide its guests with an experience unlike your prototypical vacation destination. The massive bar structure sits directly atop the industrial site, reconnecting the nearly 400 foot structure to the world’s largest man-made Lake the North and River Volta directly South. Within the 26-story structure guests are accommodated by five different levels of public pools; each with a different theme for which they can indulge in Balneo Therapy. The levels included are Indonesian, Japanese, Turkish, Roman, and the Contemporary roof level featuring a 50 meter infinitypool. The resort is organized using a proportion system both in plan and section, allowing for a modular system for the room units as well as the programmatic scheme. Each public bath level removes a section of the proportion grid, connecting the bath levels with the natural landscape through open terraces. The Balneo Imposition Resort reconnects the people of Ghana and its guests to Lake Volta and River Volta in three ways: • Reactivating the spillway it asserts itself on. • Mimicking the scale of the Akosombo Dam, and • The use of Balneo Therapy and natural water which surround it.

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BALNEO IMPOSITION GRADUATE II | Comprehensive Studio Instructors: Andrew Cruse & Bart Overly

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LAKE AKOSOMBO

INFINITY POOL

ROOF

LOBBY - GALLERY LEVEL 17

ROMAN BATHS - GYM LEVEL 13

TURKISH BATHS - SPA LEVEL 9

JAPANESE REFELCTION - MEDITATION LEVEL 5

INDONESIAN BATHS - SUN BATHING LEVEL 1

RIVER AKOSOMBO

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SUMMER SOLSTICE 112°

WINTER SOLSTICE 67°

SHADING

SOLAR EVALUATION

SUMMER SOLSTICE 112°

WINTER SOLSTICE 67°

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EAST ELEVATION 19

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PROPORTIONS OF PLAN AND ELEVATION EQUALING 25’x25’ SQUARES IN A REPEATING GRID CREATE A PLAN ROTATED ON ITS SIDE SEEN FROM THE ABANDONED SPILLWAY IT SITS ON. THE LARGE STRUCTURE IMPOSES ON THE INDUSTRIAL STRUCTURE MIMICKING BOTH ITS MONUMENTAL SIZE AND RUSTIC MINIMAL AESTHETIC.

FLOOR PLANS

SOUTH ELEVATION 20


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22 FAMILY SUITE EFFICIENCY C C

Two-Story Suite Plan (First Floor) Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

C

Two-Story Suite Plan (First Floor) Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

Two-Story Suite Plan (Second Floor) Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

D D

Two-Story Suite Plan (First Floor) Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

E

E

Two-Story Suite Plan (Second Floor) Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

Double Bed Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

D

Double Bed Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

Double Bed Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

F F

Two-Story Suite Plan (Second Floor) Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

THE DOUBLE

E

CO-LIVING

Single-Bed Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

CF

Single-Bed Two-Story Suite Plan (First Floor) Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0” Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

Single-Bed Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

F

Double Bed Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

D

B

Suite Plan Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

B

Suite Plan Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

A

Villa Plan Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

A

Villa Plan Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

UNIT PL AN OPTIONS:

Single-Bed Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”

E

Two-Story Suite Plan (Second Floor) Scale: 1/4” = 1’ - 0”


Audubon Recreation and Terrain Center’s form is derived from a series of complex geometries and the resultant spaces between them. Deforming regular shapes so tirelsy that both the original geometry that the series of shapes started as nor the steps taken in transforming them are recognizable. There are three main wings of the building which containing an auditorium, a restaurant and museum space, and finally a training facility that transitions into a visiting artists and athletes residential tower. The complex is positioned to the West end of the existing Audubon Park South of downtown. It connects the park to downtown as an extension of the Scioto Mile that wraps into the pedestrian river walk and onto the accessible roof terrain. Curved edges and twisting geometries frame public terraces while encouragingciatop the green roof. The twisting freeform of the three parts symbolize organic growth found in nature which surrounds it.

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A.R.T.C. Graduate II JosĂŠ Oubrerie

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COMPLEX FORM FINDING SIX INDISTINGUISHABLE OBJECTS FR SW EE F EE OR UN M P -A

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CUBE STUDY AN ASSEMBLAGE OF COMPLEX OBJECTS BOUNDED BY THE SIX PERPENDICULAR CONGRUENT SURFACES OF A CUBE CREATE VOIDS THAT ARE A RESULT OF SHAPES WITH SURFACES WHICH ARE DIRECTLY OPPOSED TO CONGRUENCY. THE RESULTANT VOIDS ARE BOTH CONTROLLED AND CHAOTIC; SPACES THAT CANNOT BE MEASURED, ONLY EXPERIENCED. THE SIX OBJECTS ARE PLACED WITHIN THE CUBE BUT DO NOT

INTERSECT, ALLOWING EACH OF THE UNIQUE FORMS TO EXIST IN THEIR ORIGINAL STATE. INTERSTICIAL SPACES THAT CAN GO ON ENDLESSLY INTO AND AROUND THE OBJECTS SURROUNDING THEM.

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MAIN RECREATION TOWER

VISITING ARTIST & ATHLETE CONDOS

CONSTITUENTS TO THE WHOLE

PUBLIC GALLERY & CULTURAL CENTER

AUDITORIUM

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SCIOTO RIVER

AUDU B

ON PA

RK

EAST ELEVATION

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MAIN ENTRANCE

NORTH ELEVATION

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28 1/32 “ = 1’

LEVEL 01 |GROUND - PARK ENTRANCE

GROUND LEVEL PARK ENTRANCE

BASEMENT LEVEL

LEVEL 00

LEVEL 01 |GROUND - PARK ENTRANCE 1/32 “ = 1’

DN


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LEVEL 00

LEVEL 6 ROOF TERRACE

1/32 “ = 1’

LEVEL 2 RIVER WALK ENTRANCE

LEVEL 00


Rather than a design that is master planned from the start and then remains static after initial construction, this new proposal for Spatial City was envisioned as a system of design with a specified rule set. By operating in this way, the project can adapt to a multitude of emergent conditions with a specified solution to accommodate the new circumstance. The 1ST RULE of the system was to utilize a modular unit component. Shaped like a honeycomb in plan, this six-sided module fits within a 25’ x 25’ grid with two chamfered edges. Modules can either be set side by side (on one level) or stacked vertically to attain the necessary square footage for larger units with more bedrooms. This allows for the creation of units as small as a 250 SF studio to a 1500 SF 3-bedroom unit. The 2ND RULE determined the development of the section of the building. When moving up a floor, rather than merely stacking the modules like an extrusion, the floor of modules were offset 5’ in either direction. This performs in 3 ways: 1.) It creates difference and identity for each floor of the community. 2.) It produces a visually rich environment through the play of light and shadow. 3.) Different conditions of cover vs. exposure lend varying degrees of publicness and privateness to the outdoor spaces of the units, circulation, and open spaces.

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SPATIAL CITY GRADUATE III | HOUSING SEMINAR Instructor: Anne Pendelton-Julia Group Members: Kevin Stewart Vince Destofono Nathan Mosure

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1 MODULE 2 STUDIOS

2 MODULES 2 BEDROOM

PIRVATE BALCONIES FACING OUTWARD WALK-WAYS & UNIT ENTRANCES INWARD FACING COURTYARDS

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3 MODULES 3 BEDROOM

ECONOMIES

1 BEDROOMS

3 BEDROOMS

2 BEDROOMS

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UNIT “FINGERS”

PEDESTRIAN WALKWAYS

COMMUNAL SPACES / VERTICAL CIRCULATION

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ROOFTOP GARDENS


The 3RD RULE introduces a new programmatic component that consists of retail space, community amenities, and outdoor garden space. A 3-D steel grid structure intersects and connects the four fingers of housing on the site. The bars vary in section as they are suspended at different levels and built in varying heights. Part of these bars would be reserved for community amenities. The remaining portion would be left undetermined, open to to entrepreneurs within the community to lease out affordable space and build a micro-economy within the community. The grid-bar scheme is measured in terms of scale; the bars break up the length of the housing fingers, allowing for smaller subset communities to emerge within the project as a whole. The 4TH RULE controls the circulation, connecting the complex together to produce a rich outdoor environment that is both public and private in its experience. The circulation is conceived of as “streets in the sky� - wide elevated walkways that are open to light and air. These streets run parallel to the housing units and face inward toward a canyon-like courtyard space.

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OVER-THE-RHINE BREWERY 3rd Year - Fall Semester Instructor: Kristy Balliet

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Cincinnati, OHIO The brewery is designed using a rectangular module that is rotated and scaled down according to its relationship with the central production space. It’s pinwheel plan allows for each corner of the centralized space to branch out and become a smaller more intimate room, contrasting and competing with the main space where the beer is brewed. With an emphasis on the application of masonry, the material chosen coexists with the change in scale theme of the spaces. Standard old brick being the intimate spaces, and a larger stone in the main production room. The building gradually expands from each of the end corners, which bounds a sunken beer garden to the south.

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SQUARE

4 QUARTERS REMOVED

PUSHED TO CORNERS

MODULAR TRANSFORMATIONS

PROCESSIONAL SHIFT IN SCALE

SECTION A 39


VOID FORMS BEER GARDEN

BOTTLING LINE

LOADING DOCK

COLD STORAGE

RENDER A

DRY STORAGE

PRODUCTION

M BAR

KITCHEN

W

BEER GARDEN RESTARUANT

A N

GROUND FLOOR

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KEY PLAN

INTERIOR RENDERING BALCONY VIEW INTO BAR 41


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SW ISOMETRIC

LARGE PROD

PUBLIC BAR - RESTAURA MODULE EXPANDING INTIMATE - SMALL SCALE ROOMS

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EAST ELEVATION


SOUTH ELEVATION

DUCTION SPACE

ANT

EAST ELEVATION 44


JESSE OWENS NORTH 3rd Year Fall Semester | Zach Snyder

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Columbus, OHIO The Gymnasium for Ohio State University is designed around, and with an emphasis on, the figure-8 track which cuts through the building in four instances. An open floor plan allows for views into and through the building whether standing inside or out. The eight foot wide track is an extension of the 2nd floor plate, allowing gym members to venture on and off as they please. Dedicated to the all time great Olympian Jesse Owens, the design encourages students to run and interact using the adjoined open programmed spaces.

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SOUTH ELEVATION

47


NORTH ELEVATION

48


A B

GROUND FLOOR

SECTION A 49


PROGRAM

• 1 BASKETBALL COURT • 2 VOLLEYBALL COURTS • FREE-WEIGHT AREA • 3 RACQUETBALL COURTS • MACHINE/CARDIO AREA • FIGURE 8 TRACK • MEN & WOMEN LOCKER ROOM • PRIVATE CLASS AREA • JUICE BAR & SEATING • STORAGE/LOADING DOCK

SECTION PERSPECTIVE B

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LEVEL 2

INTERIOR RENDERINGS TOP OF TRACK 51


ASCENDING DOWN LONG RAMP

OVERLOOKING BASKETBALL 52


LONDON PUBLIC LIBRARY 4th Year Fall Semester | Ann Pendleton-Jullian

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London , ENGLAND The library was designed to connect the public Potter’s Field park to the North with the urban fabrication of Southwark. with its exaggerated corner’s and transparent skin, the body of books can be accessed from one of two interior open atrium. Competing with Norman Foster’s City hall, the building takes on a structural skin design allowing the public to capture views into and out of the Library.

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RIVER THAMES

CITY HALL B

POTTERS FIELD

CAFE

NORTH LOBBY

FACULTY

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ENCOUNTER ATRIUM

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LOBBY - RECEPTION


SECOND

THIRD

FOURTH

FIFTH

EXHIBITION ENCOUNTER SPACE

AUDIT. LOBBY

DIGITAL LIBRARY

CHILDREN'S CENTER

READING ROOMS

SECOND FLOOR

THIRD FLOOR

FOURTH FLOOR

FIFTH FLOOR

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EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC 57


FORM AND CIRCULATION

BODY OF BOOKS

PUBLIC MASS JUTS OUT FROM BODY OF BOOKS

CORNERS SHIFTED

60

CIRCULATION UNRAVELS INTO PUBLIC ENTRANCES

HARSH-EXPANSIVE CORNERS 120

CITY HALL

POTTERS FIELD PARK

TOOLEY STREET PEDESTRIANS

NEW RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

SITE PLAN ANALYSIS 58


INTERIOR RENDERING NORTH ATRIUM - STUDY SPACE 59


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OFFICE WORK Architecture Intern | Summer, 2015

INTERIOR LOBBY RENOVATION | STUDY AREA ADDITION 61


Springfield, OHIO

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DARK STAINED HARDWOOD FLOOR • UPGRADED DESKS AND CHAIRS • PAINTED WALLS AND LOGOS • FLOOR BOARD TRIM • WINDOW PANEL ABOVE DOOR •

FLOOR BOARD TRIM •

CLASSROOM RENOVATION:

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LOCKER ROOM RENOVATION: • UPGRADED LOCKER UNITS • HANGING LIGHT FIXTURES • PAINTED CEILING GRID & WALLS • HARD RUBBER FLOOR TILES • BLACK COMPOSITE BENCHES

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ST. COLUMBA CATHEDRAL SANCTUARY RENOVATION

Youngstown, OHIO

– REMOVAL OF 4 FRONT FIXTURES – ROMAN CROSS – SET BACK PEWS ROWS 1 & 2 – FLOOD LIGHTS ALONG TRUSS – ALTAR ON PLATFORM – BISHOP’S CHAIR ON PLATFORM – NEW AMBOS – NEW CRUCIFIX FRAME – NEW BAPTISMAL FOUNTAIN

AMBOS

BAPTISMAL FOUNTAIN

BISHOP’S CHAIR

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CRUCIFIX FRAME

ALTAR


VIEW FROM NAVE

EXISTING

PROPOSED

VIEW FROM CHOIR’S BALCONY

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OFFICE WORK Associate | May, 2016 - August. 2017

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Boulder, COLORADO

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OFFICE WORK Associate | May, 2016 - August. 2017

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Silverdale, WASHINGTON

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OFFICE WORK Associate | May, 2016 - August. 2017

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Silverdale, WASHINGTON

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STUDY ABROAD | SKETCHBOOK TOUR OF WESTERN EUROPE May - June, 2013

MAISON LOUIS CARREE | Bazoches-sur-Guyonne, France

LYON-SAINT EXUPÉRY AIRPORT | Lyon , France 75


URBAN FABRICATION | Paris, France

KURSALL CONGRESS CENTRE | Gipuzkoa, Spain

SPHINX HOUSING | Huizen, The Netherlands 76


SAINT ENGELBERT | Köln, Germany

SAINT FRONT CATHEDRAL | Périgueux, France

CHURCH OF COLÒNIA GÜELL | Barcelona, Spain 77


PROMENADE PLANTEE | Paris, France

NOTRE-DAME COMPARISON | Paris v. Rouen

GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM | Bilbao, Spain 78


TATTOO DESIGNS C R O S S E S

INFINITE

MISCELLANEOUS

C A L L I G R A P H Y

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“N” SPADE

CROSS OF CLUBS


FORTY-SEVEN

BLOOM

METALICA

W I N G S

DOWN THE BACK

ACROSS SHOULDER BLADES

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PENCIL DRAWINGS

CHARCOAL

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EBONY PENCIL

CHARCOAL

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PAINTINGS

12” X 24” ACRYLIC ON STRETCHED CANVAS

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24” X 18” ACRYLIC ON STRETCHED CANVAS

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T h a n k Yo u .

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