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Urban Land Institute Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition 2013

The Connection Architecture 5th Year

Envisioning Sustainable Communities

NOMA Student Competition 2012

Atlantic City Holocaust Memorial

Atlantic City Holocaust Memorial Competition 2010

Puyang Eye Hospital

Architecture 4th year

Sketches Artwork


education

awards

skills

University of Oklahoma Fall 2008-Spring 2013 College of Architecture Bachelor of Architecture, NAAB Accredited Minor in General Business GPA: 3.48

2012 - 2013 Scholarship Recipient Dallas Chapter of the Construction Specification Institute Foundation

Computer: Revit Architecture Rhinoceros3d VRay AutoCAD Adobe Creative Suite Microsoft Office Suite

Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Who’s Who 2013 Published Renderings in Promotional Video National Weather Museum and Science Center Foundation University of Oklahoma, Spring 2011 Dean’s Honor Roll College of Architecture University of Oklahoma Spring 2008 - Fall 2012

By Hand: Pencil Pen Marker Colored Pencil Model Making Acrylic Painting Photography


morgan pinch

www.mpinch.com

2932 Coach Court Norman, OK 73071 214.676.5229 mlpinch@yahoo.com

organizations

experience

College of Architecture Student Ambassador

Learning Experience Lab Leader August 2011 - Present University of Oklahoma Information Technology Norman, Oklahoma

American Institute of Architecture Students President - Spring 2013 External Vice President - Fall 2012 Publicity Chair - Fall 2011 - Spring 2012 Event Chair - Fall 2010 - Spring 2011 National Organization of Minority Architecture Students Treasurer - Fall 2012 - Spring 2013 College of Architecture Student Council Architecture Representative - Fall 2010 - Spring 2013 College of Architecture Week Board Member Architecture Representative - Fall 2010 - Spring 2013 University of Oklahoma Academic Advisement Advisory Board Member College of Architecture Representative - Fall 2011

Art Director / Set Designer June 2012 - August 2012 Twenty Somethings (TV Show) Norman, Oklahoma Architectural Intern February 2012 - May 2012 Frankfurt-Short-Bruza Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Interior Design Student Association Member

Junior Designer June 2011 - August 2011 IA Interior Architects Dallas, TX

Big Event Volunteer

Other Work Experience Available Upon Request

Habitat for Humanity Volunteer


Portland Corridor Urban Land Institute Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition 2013

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program: Urban Redevelopment and Overall Masterplan semester: Spring 2013 time constraint: 2 weeks project team: 5 students (3 architecture, 1 regional/city planning, 1 MBA) location: Minneapolis, MN project description: Downtown Minneapolis has a beautiful mixture of contemporary and historic districts but lacks the urban fabric to form connections between them. The establishment of the Portland Corridor, between Washington Avenue South and 9th Street South, will create the necessary link that downtown and its surrounding districts have been missing. This intricate urban fabric will be created through four specific development goals: reinvigorating nature into the streetscape, creating and sustaining a sense of place, fostering an entrepreneurial ecosystem, and promoting transit-oriented development along the Portland Corridor.


night perspective


armory interior


DOWNTOWN EAST DEMOGRAPHICS & TARGET MARKET

752 Residential Units

1,254 Residents

DOWNTOWN EAST RESIDENTS 29 Median Age

24% Students

49.1% Male

$45,313 Median Income figure/ground before

50.9% Female

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32.2% Rent 67.8% Own

DOWNTOWN EAST EMPLOYEES 37 Median Age

$55,681 Median Income 28% 26% Car Walk

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5% Bike 41% 57% 43% Bus Male Female DOWNTOWN EAST VISITORS 36 $75,000 Median Age Median Income

open space network

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cbd downtown east

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50% 50% Male Female

20% Business 80% Leisure

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southwest nokomis

regional connectivity

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circulation network


10-year Buildout Over Time

Enlarged Plaza Plan

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The Connection: Mixed Use Urban Infill Architecture 5th Year

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program: Mixed Use (retail, parking, performance arts, and residential) semester: Fall 2012 - Spring 2013 time constraint: 6 months project team: solo location: Oklahoma City, OK project description: This project pursued the careful development and infill of downtown Oklahoma City. This area is rapidly growing and attempting to create a live/work community through the development of parks, art facilities, and mixed-use buildings containing residential spaces targeted to all ages. The particular site of The Connection is directly south of the Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall, the main performance stage in the city, as well as the recently completed Bicentennial Park. The purpose of this project was to bring a pedestrian friendly atmosphere that is sensitive to the surrounding environment while also connecting the arts district to the downtown business district. Through this design, individuals will inhabit this space 24/7 and bring life to an area that has been underutilized for decades. Additionally, the choices of transparent materials and multi-use programming will make The Connection a showcase of public interaction and movement in Oklahoma City.


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Level 3 Performance Hall 32' - 0"

Level 2 - Parking 15' - 0"

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Third Floor Plan Performance Hall

Level 3 - Level Performance Hall Level 3 - Performance Hall 3 - Performance 1 Hall 1 1" = 10'-0" 1" = 10'-0" 1" = 10'-0"

Fourth & Fifth Floor Plan Residential


Wine Bar Perspective

North Elevation

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Atrium Perspective

South Elevation

Performance Hall Entry Perspective

West Elevation

Condominium Perspective


ROOF INSULATION ROOF DECK MECHANICALLY ATTACH 4" O.C. HEAT WELDED LAPS TPA COATED METAL DRIP EDGE WITH HEMMED EDGE TPA FLEECE BACKED MEMBRANE HOT ASPHALT MECHANICALLY ATTACH WOOD BLOCKING CONTINUOUS CLEAT FASTEDED 16" O.C. JOIST, 3/4" OKO SKIN SLAT WALL PANELS, 1" THICK BY 1' TALL BY 6' LONG VERTICAL PROFILE RIGID INSULATION, 2" MIN. THERMAL SEPARATOR EXTERIOR PLYWOOD SHEATHING METAL STUDS WITH BATT INSULATION 5/8" INTERIOR WALL GYPSUM BOARD

Level 7 - Roof 76' - 0"

GALVANIZED WALL ANGLE SUSPENSION STRAPS CEILING FURRING CHANNEL GYPSUM CEILING BOARD

RUBBER STRIP STEEL WALL ANGLE GALVANIZED FLASHING WOOD BLOCKING ANODIZED ALUMINUM MULLION GLASS SPACER INSULATED GLASS INSULATED GLASS GLASS SPACER ANODIZED ALUMINUM MULLION WOOD BLOCKING RUBBER STRIP STEEL WALL ANGLE FORMED GALVANIZED METAL SHEET

Level 5 - Condos 63' - 0"

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WOOD PLANK FINISH FLOOR CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB STEEL I BEAM

OKO SKIN SLAT WALL PANELS, 1" THICK BY 1' TALL BY 6' LONG VERTICAL PROFILE RIGID INSULATION, 2" MIN. THERMAL SEPARATOR EXTERIOR PLYWOOD SHEATHING METAL STUDS WITH BATT INSULATION 5/8" INTERIOR WALL GYPSUM BOARD SUSPENSION STRAPS GALVANIZED WALL ANGLE CEILING FURRING CHANNEL GYPSUM CEILING BOARD RUBBER STRIP STEEL WALL ANGLE GALVANIZED FLASHING WOOD BLOCKING ANODIZED ALUMINUM MULLION GLASS SPACER INSULATED GLASS INSULATED GLASS GLASS SPACER ANODIZED ALUMINUM MULLION WOOD BLOCKING RUBBER STRIP STEEL WALL ANGLE FORMED GALVANIZED METAL SHEET OKO SKIN SLAT WALL PANELS, 1" THICK BY 1' TALL BY 6' LONG VERTICAL PROFILE RIGID INSULATION, 2" MIN.

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THERMAL SEPARATOR EXTERIOR PLYWOOD SHEATHING METAL STUDS WITH BATT INSULATION 5/8" INTERIOR WALL GYPSUM BOARD

WOOD PLANK FINISH FLOOR CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB STEEL I BEAM

VIVIX PANEL, 5/16" THICK, VARYING HEIGHTS OF 6",9", 1' EPDM RUBBER BACKING STRIP VERTICAL FIXING PROFILE, T SHAPE RIGID THERMAL INSULATION WEATHER RESISTIVE BARRIER EXTERIOR PLYWOOD SHEATHING METAL STUDS WITH BATT INSULATION 5/8" INTERIOR WALL GYPSUM BOARD FIXING BRACKET STAINLESS STEEL SCREW ANCHOR BOLT / SCREW

Level 3 Performance Hall 32' - 0"

PERFORMANCE HALL PRE-CAST CONCRETE TOPPING RIGID INSULATION CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB STEEL TRACK STEEL I-BEAM JOIST VERTICAL FIXING PROFILE


Level 3 Performance Hall 32' - 0"

PERFORMANCE HALL PRE-CAST CONCRETE TOPPING RIGID INSULATION CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB STEEL TRACK STEEL I-BEAM JOIST VERTICAL FIXING PROFILE

PRE-CAST CONCRETE TOPPING

Level 2 - Parking 15' - 0"

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RIGID INSULATION STEEL TRACK STEEL MOUNTING BRACKET

CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB STEEL I-BEAM SUSPENSION STRAPS CEILING FURRING CHANNEL GYPSUM CEILING BOARD

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ALUMINUM MULLION CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB

SLOPED CONCRETE SIDEWALK 6" PERFORATED DRAIN PIPE GRAVEL EARTH SLOPE


Envisioning Sustainable Communities NOMA Student Competition 2012

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program: Urban Masterplan and Community Center semester: Fall 2012 time constraint: 2 weeks project team: 4 students (all architecture 5th year) location: Corktown, Detroit, MI project description: This competition sought for the invigoration and infusion of community led design and economic development for urban spaces in Southwest Detroit. The design problem required in-depth research of historical site conditions as well as an understanding of the current social, cultural, economic, and physical space conditions found in the unique community of Corktown. An understanding of the entrepreneurial spirit of the current citizens was a must and the solution supports sustained and enhanced economic development in this area that has been severely under-resourced for several decades. The successful phased urban planning and architectural design solutions addressed the identity and physical spaces of the Corktown community as well as optimizes and leverages the main street, Michigan Avenue.


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create a main street that is pedestrian-friendly

proposeed community recreational fields

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fill in holes along main street with commercial to engage the street


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commercial, office, and mixed-use for daytime density

residential for nightime density and

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restore train station to celebrate Corktown’s history


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Atlantic City Holocaust Memorial Atlantic City Holocaust Memorial Competition 2010

04 program: Holocaust Memorial semester: Spring 2010 time constraint: 2 months project team: solo location: Atlantic City, NJ

project description: This memorial is to help those visiting to remember the suffering and recognize the danger and evil that are present whenever one group wantonly and unjustifiable persecutes another. The Shoah was the ultimate act of malignant and lethal bigotry. The objectives in this memorial are to witness history and reaffirm the basic human rights for all people. Those who survived the Holocaust require no aids for their indelible memories and it is those of use who were not there that demand such a memorial. Our descendants will depend on the lasting representation of the Holocaust even more than us.


nighttime perspctive


site plan

daytime rendering


Puyang Eye Hospital Architecture 4th Year

06 program: Specialty Eye Hospital semester: Fall 2011 time constraint: 2 months

project team: 3 students, 1 architecture and 2 interior design location: Puyang, Henen, China project description: The Puyang Eye Hospital is a relocation project consisting of a two phase project that follows and outpatient eye clinic. The current hospital is quickly becoming outdated and with the rapidly growing population and higher percentage of the elderly, it is not large enough to accommodate the demand of the city. Therefore, the Puyang Eye Hospital and its specialties had to be increased in size and moved to a more central location to reach a larger percentage of the community. This design follows a more holistic approach to health by merging the science of medicine with the nurturing aspects of culture, light, and nature.


aerial perspective

entry perspective


pharmacy perspective

rooftop garden perspective

nightime aerial perspective


interior entry/lobby perspective

pharmacy lobby


hospital complex masterplan


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Architecture Work Samples