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NICOLE HOVEST


CONTENT Smart Art.................................................................................................. pg 2-8 Fall 2012 Brad Lynch Iron St Farm.............................................................................................. pg 9-14 Spring 2012 Carol Ross Barney Interlocking Blocks................................................................................... pg 15-23 Fall 2011 Peter Roesch High Rise Tower........................................................................................ pg 24-27 Spring 2013 Peter Land Other Projects........................................................................................... pg 28-31 Parametric Design- Alphonso Peluso BIM Strategies- Craig Forneris Resume/ References................................................................................ pg 32-34


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SMART ART

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-- The University of Chicago is recognizable for its use of quadrangles within the building forms and plans of campus. This addition of The Smart Museum is inspired by the quadrangle organization as a way of framing views of the surrounding campus and landscape, giving depth to the site. The design proposal focuses on four major program areas of the museum addition; exhibition space, administration and service, food service, and multi-purpose space. The four areas act as destinations for users within the site. The form of the building is determined by logically organizing the four program areas and then folding the landscape into the building. The result is a series of floor to ceiling glass lined voids that frame views of the outside into the program areas and from the inside out to the landscape and campus beyond. It is important not be overwhelmed by the addition. The central courtyard between the Cochrane-Woods Art Center and the Smart Museum services as a connection point across the site to Ellis Avenue. The placement of the addition on the site maintains an open view to the existing courtyard, framed by a bridge connecting the north and south portions of the new building. The bridge draws visitors into the site and into the buildings entries. While the new addition is bold in its form and contemporary in its materials, its voids and frames are a nod to the traditional quadrangle system and help to connect the addition not only to the Smart Museum, but to the larger campus.

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food service

food service

admin space multipurpose exhibition space

admin space multipurpose

exhibition space

Cochrane-Woods

Cochrane-Woods

Cochrane-Woods

SMART Museum SMART Museum

SMART Museum

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Cochrane-Woods

SMART Museum

Cochrane-Woods

SMART Museum

Cochrane-Woods

SMART Museum

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1- contemporary/ special exhibit gallery 2- multipurpose 3- traditional gallery 4- loading/ storage 5- cafe 6- seminar room 7- connection passageway 8- administration 9- storage 10- mechanical room 11- entry desk 12- bridge

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IRON ST FARM

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--The concept was to make the building an asset to the growing process by letting it grow and expand when it needed to. The hoop houses are pulled up and plugged into the building to grow. Each hoop house base is made of recycled truck trailers and the top is made of aluminum ribs and etfe. The hoop houses can be made of combinations of two or four truck trailers. The buildings original function was a semi-truck shipping depot and by simply lifting the current hoop house design and making minor modifications, the new building celebrates the history of the building, while introducing it with new life.

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INTERLOCKING BLOCKS

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-- The concept of this project was to take the traditional Chicago row house and the block it sits on and transform it into a housing cluster that has double the occupancy. The row houses are transformed to identify with more current needs of people living in cities. The homes also come in different sizes and can be arranged in numerous ways. This combination of options give each block a unique look while truly identifying with the current and future needs of its people. Each block holds a sunken parking garage in the center with a large park on top. This creates a place for people to interact and reduces the need for harsh alleyways. Each unit also has their own personal green space and the combinations stand no more than 2 levels above ground.

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UNIT 1

UNIT 2

UNIT 3

UNIT 2

UNIT 1

small- 1 bedroom

UNIT 4

UNIT 3

medium- 2 bedroom

UNIT 4

large- 3 bedroom

xlarge- 4 bedroom

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HIGH RISE TOWER

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elevations

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plans

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OTHER PROJECTS

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RESUME

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June 2004-August 2011

December 2012- Present

August 2010- Present

August 2008-Present

August 2004-May 2008

Bachelor of Architecture with a specialization in Digital Design degree in progress

Adobe (Photoshop/ Illustrator/ InDesign/ Premier)

3ds Max (modeling/ rendering/ animation)

-In conjunction with Brad Lynch, Fall 2012 Studio

Featured in SMART Exhibit at New Projects Studio (2013) –SMART Museum Extension/ University of Chicago

-In conjunction with Carol Ross Barney, Spring 2011 Studio

AIA Chicago Sustainable Leadership Award (2012) –Master Planning and Feasibility Study for Iron St. Farm

Nominated for the Schiff Fellowship Award (2013)

Recognition

SketchUp Rhinoceros/ Grasshopper

AutoCAD Revit

Proficient in the following programs:

Skills

iit.edu

3300 S. Federal St. Chicago, Illinois 60616 (312) 567-3000

Illinois Institute of Technology

Received diploma May 2008

pg.noacsc.org

410 Rocket Ridge Pandora, Ohio 45877 (419) 384-3225

Pandora-Gilboa High School

Education

department within the Illinois Institute of Technology.

In my time here, I have been working as an office assistant by creating schedules and designing advertisements. This company is a

Academic Resource Center

formaarch.com

155 N. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60601 (312) 729-5195

In my time here, I have been working on construction documents, site measurements, and preliminary design.

FORMA Architecture

customwoodworking214.com

214 W. Main St. Gilboa, Ohio 45875 (419) 456-3330

the construction of cabinets and did some brief work in accounting.

In my time here, I worked as a receptionist, website developer, and computer drafter. I also worked in the woodshop, assisting with

Custom Woodworking Inc.

Experience

diagramming, and project development.

To seek employment where I can improve my architectural skills, while providing my knowledge of digital design programs, graphic

Objective

3537 old SR 224 Ottawa, OH 45875 Phone: (419)615-8007 E-Mail: nhovest@gmail.com

NICOLE M. HOVEST

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Ms. Colleen Humer

Brininstool + Lynch, Ltd. 40 E. Chicago Avenue #374 Chicago, IL 60611 (312) 640-0505 Project Architect

Ms. Dena Wangberg

Custom Woodworking Inc. 214 W. Main St. Gilboa, Ohio 45875 (419) 456-3330 Co-worker

Mrs. Darlene Miller

Academic Resource Center 3241 S. Federal St. Suite 115 Chicago, IL 60616 (312) 567-7980 hkillida@iit.edu ARC Manager

Mr. Hassan Killidar

Illinois Institute of Technology 3300 S. Federal St. SH 218 Chicago, IL 60616 (312) 567-3476 humer@iit.edu Academic Advisor/ Architecture Department

3537 old SR 224 Ottawa, OH 45875 Phone: (419) 615-8007 E-Mail: nhovest@gmail.com

NICOLE M. HOVEST


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Bachelor of Architecture at Illinois Institute of Technology

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