UNDERGRADUATE ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO
10836 Caribou Lane • Orland Park, IL 60467 (708) 557-7641 • email@example.com OBJECTIVE To obtain a junior interior design position to further professional development and build upon current skills.
EDUCATION Bachelor of Science Architectural Studies, University of Illinois, Champaign, IL School of Architecture Student Ambassador Women in Architecture Member Deanʼs List
August 2014 – May 2018
Study Abroad National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland
June 2016 – July 2016
EXPERIENCE APEX Design Build Design Intern Initiated meetings with representatives to update the office on new products. Modified outdated Revit files to a simplified collection that coworkers could access. Responsible for keeping the materials library tidy and ordering samples for client kits. Irwin Academic Center Student Monitor Controlled a quiet atmoshpere where students could study. Resolved issues when students were breaking rules of the administration. Ensured that printers and other machines were always working properly. Dressbarn Sales Associate Assisted clients with advice regarding clothing options. Worked with colleagues to find solutions to everyday customer service situations. Organized racks and tables to keep the store in order.
GRAPHIC SKILLS AutoCAD
May 2017 – January 2018 Rosemont, IL
August 2015 – Present Champaign, IL
May 2015 – August 2015 Orland Park, IL
01. THE NEIL BOUTIQUE HOTEL 02. OPEN ESCAPE 03. SUITES ON MAIN 04. TILTED LANDING
01. THE NEIL BOUTIQUE HOTEL
“Architectural Design and Development” Studio Champaign, IL Program: Boutique Hotel Instructor: Ralph Hammann Fall 2017
E Columbia Ave
W Washington St.
N Neil St.
The four floors containing guest rooms are layed out with 14 guest quarters. Six double rooms, three single rooms, four ADA compliant single rooms, and one single suite are placed along two main corridors that attach to fire stairs on the North and South ends of the building. Each floor can be accessed from elevators in the main lobby. Employees are able to use a service elevator that opens up into a service closet.
The Neil is a luxury boutique hotel that sits in the heart of the growing downtown Champaign. Sitting at 86 feet tall, this six story building is equipped with a two story restaurant and bar with outdoor terrace, a 3,000 square foot ball room, and conference center with 5 meeting rooms. Situated on the corner of Neil and Washington, this building adds to the downtown atmosphere and brings in large crowd of visitors and natives.
E Washington St.
nt St .
W Hill St.
N Fr emo
GUEST ROOM FLOOR PLAN
SITE PLAN W Church St.
GREEN ROOF Reduces heating/cooling, self-sustaining, extends lifespan of roof
This building keeps sustainability in mind and contains a green roof that reduces heating and cooling and is self sustaining. It also has a rainwater collection system on the roof which supplies restrooms and solves drainage problems. The hotel also uses environmentally friendly materials on both the interior and exterior that are durable and insulated. The residential floors are fully covered in Okalux glass panels which filter sunlight and allow natural daylighting to the interior while providing good heat insulation and efficient solar control to the rooms.
VEGETATION GROWING MEDIUM FILTER MEMBRANE DRAINAGE LAYER ROOT BARRIER
RAINWATER COLLECTION SYSTEM Supplies restrooms, solves drainage problems,
CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE CORE rated, durable, low maintenance, sound insulated,
OKALUX GLASS PANELS screens out high solar gain, good heat insulation, harness natural daylight
INTERIOR MATERIALS Eco-friendly wallcovering, low VOC, recyclable, durable, tear-resistant, commercial grade LVT
WASHINGTON ST ELEVATION
FAN COIL UNIT
RETURN GUEST ROOM FLOOR
GUEST ROOM AXONOMETRIC
COOLING CAPACITY: 80 tons SPACE FOR BOILER AND CHILLER: 700 sqft SPACE FOR COOLING TOWER: 140 sqft
BOILER CHILLED WATER PLANT
GUEST ROOM RENDERING
PHYSICAL MODEL AT 3/16” = 1’0”
02. OPEN ESCAPE
“Strategies of Architectural Design” Studio Program: Residential Instructors: David Emmons, Andrea Melgarejo De Berry, Meagan Radloff Spring 2016
This single person dwelling focuses largely on the concept of lightness. The structure is surrounded in windows that cast massive amounts of natural light. The Open Escape is located on a hill that creates great views from every angle. The lower level is used as a public space and the second floor is used as the private living space.
FIRST FLOOR PLAN
SECOND FLOOR PLAN
PHYSICAL MODEL AT 1/4” = 1’0”
03. SUITES ON MAIN
“Architectural Design and the City” Studio Champaign, IL Program: Mixed-Use Apartment Building Instructor: Ali Momen-Heravi Spring 2017 EXTERIOR RENDERING
Located in the heart of downtown Champaign, Suites on Main is a six story mixed use building that houses two office spaces as well as four floors of three unit residential spaces. The downtown Main Street area is a space that is lively occupied by Champaignâ€™s financial and business districts. This building aims to offer a space where people can experience the rising businesses and reside in the high quality suites.
MAIN ST ELEVATION
SECOND FLOOR PLAN
RESIDENTIAL FLOOR PLAN
GROUND FLOOR PLAN
Two office spaces are located on the ground floor and have an entrance that is accessible on the east side of the building. Floors two through six contain the residential units. Two through four consist of three one bedroom, one bathroom units. All of the units contain a corner balcony facing either the north or south ends of the lot. In doing so, each unit has great views of the busy Main Street area. This also brings a great amount of natural light into each space. Floors five and six are used as penthouse suites where the main living and kitchen areas are on the fifth floor and the master bedroom is lofted onto the six floor. These units also contain access to a rooftop terrace that faces west towards the Lincoln building where residents can have a private exterior space.
ENLARGED UNIT PLANS
PHYSICAL MODEL AT 1/4” = 1’0”
04. TILTED LANDING
“Architecture and the Landscape” Studio Kickapoo State Park, IL Program: Cabins Instructor: Aaron Brakke Fall 2016
Kickapoo State Park is a site rich in history and is home to many recreational activities for people of all ages. One of which, being the activity of camping. Tilted Landing is the perfect place to enjoy a night of camping while in a luxury cabin. The design of these structures features a completely open back facing facade that is tilted in the downward direction as it stands over an inclined hill on stilts. In doing so, people in the cabin can look down upon the nature surrounding while light is shed into the structure. Scattered across the high and low lands of the natural landscapes, cabins are accessed by way of various paths. Two ADA accessible cabins as well as a meeting house can all be accessed by wheelchair accessible pathways. The remainder of the cabins can be entered from existing man made dirt pathways that blend into the natural landscape.
ASPHALT SHINGLES 2” X 6” RAFTERS 16” O.C. 2” X 6” JOIST 16” O.C. INSULATION 3/4” PLASTER CEILING 2 2” X 6” PLATES 3/4” PLASTER 2” X 6” STUDS 16” O.C. 1” SHEATHING WOOD SIDING WATERPROOF PAPER 2” X 6” FIRE STOP BASE TRIM & MOLDING FINISH FLOOR WATERPROOF PAPER 2” X 10” JOIST
2” X 6” PLATES WOODEN STILT TERMITE SHIELD 1/2” X 12” ANCHOR BELT CONCRETE FOOTING FOUNDATION 2” X 4” KEY CONCRETE FOOTING
MEETING HOUSE FLOOR PLAN
MEETING HOUSE DETAILED WALL SECTION
DOUBLE PANE WINDOW STOP STOOL BACKER ROD JAMB WEATHERSTRIPPING DRIP JOINT
CABIN DETAILED WALL SECTION
CABIN FLOOR PLAN
PHYSICAL MODEL AT 1/4” = 1’0”
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