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PATRICK OSOWSKI FA16–SP19 UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE + URBAN PLANNING M.ARCH 3


PATRICK OSOWSKI FA16–SP19 UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE + URBAN PLANNING M.ARCH 3


CONTENTS 1 ZOMBIE MONKIE 2 SARUP GFX 3 VISUALIZATION 4 CORE STUDIOS 5 VEIL/UNVEIL 6 LIGHT + HEAVY 7 JRA INTERNSHIP 8 MARCUS PRIZE 9 (UN)BUILT ON PURPOSE

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STUDENT NEWS Externships, Activities & Events

The week was an amazing experience and I do not think that I would have gotten anything similar to this from any studio I could take at SARUP. I cannot thank them enough for allowing me to work with them and showing me some more technical information that I do not get much exposure to in my classes.

– Mitchell Greetan Spring Break 2018 Uihlein/Wilson – Ramlow/Stein Architects

IIT Innovation Center site visit, John Ronan Architects _ photo by Patrick

SARUP’S EXTERNSHIP PROGRAM Real World Experience in the Architectural Profession This year we placed graduate and undergraduate architecture and planning students in 89 externships at 60 firms in and around Milwaukee, Madison, Chicago, and across the country in cities like Houston, New York and Fort Lauderdale. Graduate students accounted for 18 externs—10 of whom were women. We encouraged students to extern at more than one firm over their winter and spring breaks. Seniors and grads made up the majority of the 13 students who participated in multiple externships. Having these mini-experiences exposed students to a wide variety of firms and aggregated into a broad understanding about professional practice. Students continue to post summary experiences on the SARUP Externship tumblr blog. www.tumblr.com/blog/sarupexternship

NORDIC TREK! Scandinavian Study Abroad

The summary of student participation is as follows:

72 STUDENTS TOTAL UNDERGRADS : 54 18 : GRADS Freshmen : 1 8 : 1st year grads Sophomores : 10 8 : 2nd year grads Juniors : 19 2 : 3rd year grads

by Karl Wallick, Associate Dean and Associate Professor

The second iteration of Nordic Trek has returned from seeing four countries, 23 cities and hundreds of buildings and sites. This odyssey covering early modern to contemporary works in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland includes works by Alvar Aalto, Sverre Fehn, Snøhetta, Sigurd Lewerentz, BIG, Johan Celsing, Jørn Utzon and many others. The modern architectural masterworks from the Nordic countries are sometimes grouped loosely into a category referred to as

AG Architecture Christopher Kidd and Associates City of Milwaukee ECO: HOME GR/OWN Continuum Dan Beyer Architects DCD Planning Division Engberg Anderson Eppstein Uhen Foundation Architecture Galbraith Carnahan Architects LLC Graef Groth Design HGA HNTB Johnsen Schmaling Kahler Slater Korb and Associates Kubala Washatko Marek Landscaping Mortenson Construction Neighborhood Improvement Development Corporation (Milwaukee Department of City Development) Outside Architecture PRA Quorum SA Studio Tredo Group Uihlein/Wilson – Ramlow/Stein Architects Vetter Denk Workshop Architects Zimmerman Architectural Studios

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As with the other trips, JAPAN 2018 Hidden Order focused on architectural heritage and the challenging matter of preserving great landmark places. The UWM SARUP work in Japan includes documenting and proposing additions to important historic buildings that are threatened with demolition. Students learn not only technical matters of historic building construction in Japan, but they also become aware of the tremendous challenge of keeping old buildings in extremely dense and growing countries. While the education is focused on architecture and building preservation, the experience is broad and holistic. Students are exposed to and interact in social ways that are very different from American or European norms. Religion, entertainment, food, cultural habits, working and job conditions, living arrangements, sustainability, smart growth and transportation all add up to an experience that is life-changing. This program is a terrific asset to SARUP and UWM, and places us in a very selective category of architectural education.

Somerville Architects | Engineers Legacy Architecture, Inc.

CHICAGO Brininstool & Lynch Cannon Fitzgerald Associates Gensler Goettsch Partners, Inc. HBRA Holabird + Root JGMA Krueck & Sexton Site Design Group Skidmore Owings & Merrill Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Valerio Dewalt Train Associates

Groups of Japanese professors and students from our collaborating universities also conduct architectural study trips to the United States. Their stops include New York, Chicago, Milwaukee and Los Angeles. The visit to Milwaukee gives their students a chance to see our university and interact with our students, representing an important international collaboration between great universities. As our architectural world becomes more and more globalized, it becomes clear that such ventures with countries in Asia are essential.

MINNEAPOLIS Tadao Ando Small House _ photo by Lintaro Kajiwara

TenxTen Studio

JAPAN! Study Abroad

OTHER Break Form Design Glavovic in situ studio Johnson Nathan Strohe Meeks + Partners Miro Rivera Sou Fujimoto Straka Johnson Architects WXY Studio

by Matthew Jarosz, Senior Lecturer

The jury members, Frances Bronet, Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs at Illinois Institute of Technology; John Czarnecki, Editor-in-Chief of Contract Magazine; Anne Rieselbach, Program Director at the Architectural League of New York; David Marcus, CEO of Marcus Investments and Dean Bob Greenstreet met in August 2017 to review the portfolios, CVs and work statements of a pool of international nominees from 16 countries on four continents, all of whom were required to demonstrate at least ten years of proven, exceptional practice.

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“Mo is an outstanding colleague with drive, initiative and determination,” said Bob Greenstreet, the school’s dean. “She will make an excellent chair of the Department of Architecture.”

– Mo Zell Department of Architecture Chair

Associate Dean/Associate Professor Gil Snyder retired from the DAR faculty on September 4th, 2018. We are sad to see Gil leave the department and school. His influence has been felt for many years in the school through the Friday afternoon lecture series, the Craft and Computation lecture series, Summer Camp, study abroad programs, NOMAS mentorship and many more activities and classes. He has educated students in the detailing of buildings, innovative use of concrete and how BIM can be leveraged as a design tool. The IP/BIM Studio, sponsored by Eppstein Uhen, was recognized with a 2010 National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) Prize for Creative Integration of Practice and Education in the Academy. Gil’s most important influence is the direct impact he has had on the students at SARUP. Under his guidance, students won First Place Awards at the PCI Student Architectural Competition every year in which it was held since 2006. Gil When asking alums about their experiences at SARUP, Gil’s name is always mentioned. Gil started at SARUP in 1985 and his 32-year commitment to the school will forever be appreciated. Associate Professor Mike Utzinger retired in May 2018 to pursue future adventures with his wife, Orchard. You may know Professor Utzinger as a long-time instructor and curriculum coordinator for multiple DAR building sciences classes, co-director of the Institute for Ecological Design and PhD advisor on numerous dissertations. As a registered architect and engineer, he is considered an expert in net-zero building design, having consulted on a number of LEED Gold, LEED Platinum and AIA Cote Top Ten buildings. Most recently he worked with local architecture firm Kubala Washatko on the Aldo Leopold Legacy Center achieving a LEED Platinum certification.

After considerable deliberation, the jury selected Jeanne Gang as the recipient. Jury member and SARUP alumnus John Czarnecki commented that she “is adept at outstanding design for all scales—from the neighborhood and urban scale to the detail of buildings and interior elements. Her practice combines design thinking about the impact of architecture and urban design on cities as well as the creation of beautiful buildings rooted in context that will stand the test of time.” Gang is internationally renowned for a design process that foregrounds the relationships between individuals, communities and environments. Her diverse body of work spans scales and typologies, expanding beyond architecture’s conventional boundaries to pursuits ranging from the development of stronger materials to fostering stronger communities. Her approach has resulted in some of today’s most compelling architecture, including Aqua Tower, the Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership and Writers Theatre. A recipient of the 2013 National Design Award (Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum), Gang was named the 2016 Architect of the Year by the Architectural Review. In 2017, she was honored with the Louis I. Kahn Memorial Award and a fellowship from the Royal Architectural

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HONOR AWARD Maxwell Rodencal Arch 310 Marlee Barnes Arch 320

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Cierra Puls / Enrique Mendoza UG Steven Tolle / Mikayla Dreas Arch 410: Masonry Detail Jack Grover Arch 850: Mass Matters

Marcus Prize Winner Jeanne Gang _ photo by Sally Ryan

Michael Muchmore / Kristina Sutulaite Arch 850: Extra Stagecraft

Institute of Canada. Widely published and acclaimed, her work has been exhibited at the Venice Architecture Biennale, Chicago Architecture Biennial, Museum of Modern Art and Art Institute of Chicago. She is the author of “Reveal,” the first volume on Studio Gang’s work and process, and “Reverse Effect: Renewing Chicago’s Waterways,” which envisions a radically greener future for the Chicago River. A distinguished alumna of the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD), Gang has taught architecture at the graduate level, most recently as the John Portman Design Critic at the GSD, where her studio explored the multivalent potential of materiality. She lectures frequently throughout the world and serves on various civic and design-focused committees and advisory groups. “The Marcus Prize is a part of our ongoing commitment to support the growth and development of Milwaukee,” says Steve Marcus, CEO of the Marcus Corporation and a director of the Marcus Corporation Foundation, adding that excellence in design has a large impact on the reputation of the city.

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Associate Professor Jasmine Benyamin presented a paper at the Society of Architectural Historians International Conference in St. Paul in April. She is currently writing and editing a book with ORO publishers on the successful MASTERcrit workshop series, to be released in February 2019. She also has two essays forthcoming, one on the work of Gregory Crewdson to be published in Offramp (SCI-Arc), and a second to be included in a monograph on the work of Elena Manferdini. Associate Professor Chris T. Cornelius was invited to be a part of a team of indigenous architects for the Canadian Pavilion by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada at the 2018 Venice Biennale. Their project, UNCEDED will be on display in Venice till November 25, 2018. Cornelius was also awarded the 2018 Artist-in-Residence at the Bookworm Garden in Sheboygan, WI. He was tasked with fabricating a structure evident of its origins in indigenous narrative and mysterious in presence. This construction is intended to provoke a curiosity to learn more about the people indigenous to Wisconsin and to understand stories held within these cultures, as they endure and guide indigenous lives today.

SUPERjury 2018 Friday, May 11

HPI, FRESH PERSPECTIVES AND WASTECAP July 20 - September 30

undergraduate and graduate projects in the school. Projects are nominated for consideration by both students and faculty and are then reviewed by three critics from across the country. The goal of SUPERJury is to foster self-reflection and stimulate a conversation about the state of architecture within the school and its relationship to contemporary issues in practice. This year’s esteemed SUPERjury critics were Ellie Abrons (Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan’s Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning), Lori Brown (Professor at Syracuse Architecture ) and Tricia Stuth (Associate Professor Knoxville). A very special “THANK YOU!” to AIAS at UWM for supporting and organizing this event!

MDB ACTIVITIES Exhibition & Event Overview In areas of the city that are in decline, the Mobile Design Box (MDB) enhances the quality of neighborhood space and urban life through the activation of a vacant storefront into a community space and creative entrepreneur start-up venue. The MDB operates as host to a series of temporary users who, in turn, are host to more temporary uses. Given that the Milwaukee Gallery Night cycle sets not only the timeline for temporary users but also uses art as the capital for exchange, the MDB incubates creative entrepreneurs looking for opportunities to start or expand their businesses. The MDB is not the gallery space itself; it is a localized restructuring of the flow of capital from tenant to landlord that optimizes short-term leases with low overhead, minimal investment and maximized effort to engage local communities. Over the four years since its inception, exhibitors in the MDB have launched two creative businesses,

SPRING 2018 EXHIBITIONS [LIGHT MEDIUM] DARK Kyle Talbott’s Lighten Up Studio and filmmaker Tate Bunke January 20 - March 30 PEOPLE & ARCHITECTURE Arch 320 Students curated by Kyle Reynolds April 20 - June 30

generated over $50,000 in direct fees and stimulated over $250,000 of economic development. The MDB plans to expand into additional neighborhoods in Milwaukee. Contact Mo Zell at zell@uwm.edu for more details. Other events hosted at the MDB: NEWaukee Art Bus NAIC Empty Storefronts Conference Breakout session Poet Dasha Kelly, Spoken Word Youth Outreach Initiative Creative Mornings speaker: Dr. Katherine Wilson, coordinator: Paul Oemig Fieldwork Summer 2017, coordinator Joelle Worm Haggerty Art Museum, artist residency program with artist Kirsten Leenaars about (Re)Housing the American Dream Concordia Historic Home Tours Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference Mobile Workshop: Positioning Milwaukee’s Near West Side Neighborhood for Prosperity

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Architectural practice is a serious business. It must often contend with the constraints and parameters that govern design and construction. Under a broader umbrella, the discourse on architecture more freely interrogates both norms and their deviations. If the discipline of architecture can be understood as a bridge between theory and praxis, can architects rethink both rules and play?

CONFERENCE CO-CHAIRS:

Jasmine Benyamin, Associate Professor Nikole Bouchard, Assistant Professor Whitney Moon, Assistant Professor Kyle Reynolds, Associate Professor Mo Zell, Architecture Chair / Associate Professor

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John Young _ photo by Eli Liebenow

EVENT SPOTLIGHT: SUPERjury

from the Eames’ House of Cards. Students, faculty and staff at SARUP brought markers and glue to help decorate the cards.

Eames’ House of Cards _ photo by David Katz

Lights, Curtain, Table, Action! by BRATZ

SARUP faculty Nikole Bouchard, Kyle Reynolds, Marc Roehrle, Alex Timmer and Mo Zell were finalists in the Design Center in a Box competition. They presented their design proposal, Lights, Curtain, Table, Action!, in Detroit in August. Professor Jim Wasley has an essay representing Milwaukee in the 2017 book “Third Coast Atlas: Prelude to a Plan,” titled Repositioning the Inner Harbor. This essay is drawn from the collective insights generated at SARUP and at the School of Freshwater Sciences from the Inner Harbor Project, which ran from 2011-2015 with support from the Brico Fund. It argues for a concrete vision of the harbor’s redevelopment and ecological restoration as a living symbol of Milwaukee’s claim as a global leader in water technology.

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Portfolio Stories with Bill Noelck _ photo by Eli Liebenow

HGA ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS EPPSTEIN UHEN : ARCHITECTS WORKSHOP ARCHITECTS

EVENTS

University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee SARUP

SARUP 170 / 4:30PM

DOORS OPEN MILWAUKEE

“In and Out of Print”

09.29

First Office, co-Founder / SCI-ARC, Faculty

10.11

Wisconsin State Fair Park, West Allis

MAKER FAIRE MILWAUKEE

10.11 / 10.12 / 10.13 ACSA FALL CONFERENCE: “PLAY WITH THE RULES” See details above

ALEXANDRA LANGE

11.02

10.18

GRADUATE OPEN HOUSE

Meyer, Scherer and Rockcastle, Co-founder / University of Maryland School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation, Professor

10.19

University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee SARUP

12.07 – 12.14

University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee SARUP

FINAL REVIEWS

12.14

University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee SARUP

THESIS DAY

UWM Englemann 105 / 4:30 p.m. Reception: SARUP Commons / 6:00 p.m. “Expanded Practice”

JEANNE GANG

Studio Gang, Founder / Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Professor of Practice / University of Wisconsin– Milwaukee School of Architecture & Urban Planning, 2017 Marcus Prize Recipient

DAVID BENJAMIN Columbia University

Students at the University of Wisconsin– Milwaukee School of Architecture & Urban Planning put their training into action facilitated through a number of top honors.

SARUP GALLERY EXHIBITIONS

SUPERjury 2018

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AWARDS & HONORS

The Leenhouts Scholarship is the legacy of Lillian and Willis Leenhouts (FAIA) who practiced architecture in Milwaukee from 1945 to 1990. Lillian was a co-founder of SARUP, the first licensed female architect in Wisconsin, and served as the first woman on the Wisconsin Architectural Licensing Board. Lillian’s strength of character and commitment to architecture serve as inspiration for a $5,000 annual scholarship offered at the school. It was initiated in 1990 with contributions from professional associates and friends of Lillian and Willis Leenhouts and has supported many students, including this year’s scholar Denise Zahran. Denise is pursuing a major in architecture and minor in anthropology with a certificate in Cultures and Communities. The focus of her studies is how the built environment can influence culture and vice versa. She has reflected this interest in her research conducted during her time in the 2018 Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program. Her proposal inspects the ways that Middle Eastern stores in Milwaukee have changed due to the cultural reconstruction that they have gone through over time. The research will explain how culture is maintained and yet changes with the impact of American influence.

Etherium, by Josh Leeder

INNOVATIVE MINDS 2017 Design Competition

many leadership skills which have given her a glimpse into the professional world of architecture. NOMAS is an organization that creates an equal, safe and supportive environment for all minority architecture students. NOMAS also spreads out into the campus and the greater area of Milwaukee to help communities in any way possible. Denise has used NOMAS as a stepping stone to collaborate with different people and organizations in Milwaukee and the nation to create events that have an impact. She believes that exposing others to architecture and the design properties that go along with it can give them the experience to create a prospering environment where everyone can grow. Some goals for the remainder of her student career and future professional career include helping people in tough situations such as areas where there have been environmental disasters as well as sites that have been impacted by war. For Denise, this is important because she has personally seen the outcomes of war-stricken environments. She would eventually like to open a non-profit organization intended to provide low-cost housing for people in refugee camps or temporary shelters for the homeless. While helping people in those areas, she also hopes to use the non-profit to help spread design all around the world. Before this, she intends obtain a Master of Architecture degree and become a licensed architect.

While holding the position of president in the National Organization of Minority Architecture Students (NOMAS) at UW-Milwaukee for the academic year 2017-2018 she has gained

Congratulations to MArch student Josh Leeder for winning the Innovative Minds 2017 design competition hosted by gURROO. Senior Lecturer Matt Jarosz served as his faculty advisor. The project can be found at www.gurroo.com/2017/06/etherium/ Denise Zahran _ photo by Eli Liebenow

JOHNSEN SCHMALING

Curators: Brian Johnsen, Sebastian Schmaling

SCHOLARSHIPS

11.05 – 01.11

CHICAGO AIA AWARDS

2018 / 2019 Academic Year

STUDIO GANG

Benjamin Mather

Curators: Kyle Reynolds, Claire Cahan Reception: Friday, November 9 / 5 – 7pm / Commons

10.19 – 01.04 “PLAY”

Curators: Mo Zell, LIFEservices, Willis Davis Jr. Exhibitors: UWM SARUP ARCH 420: Architectural Design IV Undergraduate Studio / Architectural Toys with Mo Zell, et al. Milwaukee Center for Independence; LIFEservices; SOAR: Seeking Opportunities, Acceptance and Respect; Participates Collaborative Art; Art Therapist: Samantha Brophy ATRBC LPC and Hollybeth Gower, ATR-BC; Willis Davis Jr.; Creations of the Abyss Location: 753 North 27th, Milwaukee

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MArch

Eden Messner

MArch

MArch

Robert Moy

MArch

Zachary Rowe

MArch

Christian Stone

MArch

Patrick Osowski

MArch

Alexandra Dewey

BSAS

Kimberly Workman

MArch

Denise Zahran

MArch

Emmanuel Okoro

PhD MUP

Benjamin Schenck

Nicholas Snyder

MArch

Tyler Weis

MArch

Jesse Martin

BSAS

MArch

BSAS

Crystal Johnson

BSAS

Nathan Uibel

Josie Willman

MUP

MUP MArch

Leeann Wacker

MArch

Hongyan Yang

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Joshua Levin

MArch

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Jessica Pittner

MUP

PhD MArch

Marlee Barnes Yuko Nakamura Tihomira Milkova Samantha Krakow

BSAS PhD MArch BSAS

Xang Vang

BSAS

Tejaswi Pooja Garla Reddy

MArch

David Katz

BSAS

Cierra Puls

BSAS

Kenneth Adams MArch/MUP Brodie Kerst

BSAS

Lucas Dedrick

MArch

Seyedehmahshid Jalalianhosseini, a third year student in the doctoral program in architecture, received a UWM Distinguished Graduate Student Fellowship for the 2018-2019 academic year. She studies the relationship between human and built environment, and is interested to find about how the quantitative measures of building layout in Union buildings relate to the qualitative study of students’ experience inside these settings.

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Kateryna Malaia Seyedehmahshid Jalalianhosseini

FELLOWSHIPS

MArch

MArch/MUP

Amanda Golemba MArch/MUP

Mark Richter Kyle Johnson

Emily LaLuzerne

Spring 2018 ARCH 825 Comprehensive Design studio taught by Associate Professors Jim Shields and Karl Wallick.

Alexander Uebelacker MArch Caroline Schlosser

Luke Diewald Jessica Sherlock Brittany Peterson

Student Awards. Their project, Gradient, a dance studio located in Milwaukee next to the Marcus Center, was developed in the

AICP Certificate MUP Program Top Student

Robin King Daniel Fischer

Seung Youp Lee

Congratulations to MArch students Amanda Wagner and Jason Lawler for their award-winning entry in the AIA Chicago

Henry Adams Medal and Certificate MArch Program Top Student

Marion Ecks

MOBILE DESIGN BOX

2017- 2018 NEWSLETTER

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LEENHOUTS SCHOLAR Introducing Denise Zahran

STUDENT AWARDS & HONORS Making a Difference

TAMAR ZINGUER The Cooper Union DORA EPSTEIN JONES UC-Berkeley

LECTURES / EVENTS / EXHIBITIONS

Marlee Barnes _ photo by Eli Liebenow

do you address them? How do you engage them? and How do you attract new audiences?

2017- 2018 NEWSLETTER

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ANTONIO TORRES University of Illinois at Chicago

10.01 – 10.26

Bradford Beach / 10:00AM – 3:00PM

including printed matter, podcasts, animations, videos, exhibitions, performances and wearables. The symposium was organized around presentations, round-table discussions and student workshops that addressed the questions: Who is your audience? How

100% Contemporary “Audience(s)” Symposium _ photo by Carmeron Kursel

AWARDS & HONORS

JOSÉ ARNAUD-BELLO Architectural Association JENNIFER NEWSOM University of Minnesota

Adams and Marie Law Adams), Could Be Architecture (Joseph Altshuler and Zach Morrison), Outpost Office (Ashley Bigham and Erik Herrmann), Welcome Projects (Laurel Broughton), LADG (Andrew Holder) and Night White Skies (Sean Lally), along with SARUP students and faculty to explore and discuss a variety of alternative modes of contemporary architectural production

Cierra Puls, 28°

UWM SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE + URBAN PLANNING

JAMES GRAHAM Columbia University

Curator: Kyle Reynolds

ANNA NEIMARK

A specially curated exhibit from the ZIP MKE archive of almost 100 Milwaukee photos highlighting residents, architecture, and the relationship between the two was on display in conjunction with the UWM ARCH 320 Studio that discussed the active and passive relationships between architecture and people. The studio envisioned how architects might be able to generate contemporary products and sensibilities and respond to a diverse and expansive population with a range of perspectives, needs and desires.

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Curated by Assistant Professor Kyle Reynolds and Assistant Professor Whitney Moon

intent, is it possible that we have forgotten to consider who is actually looking at, listening to, reading and/or using what we have created? The 100% Contemporary one-day symposium engaged invited architects from around the country: Landing Studio (Dan

http://www.masonrydesignmagazine.com/the-masonrystudio-at-uw-milwaukee-architecture/

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100% Contemporary “Audience(s)” Symposium _ photo by Eli Liebenow

100% CONTEMPORARY “AUDIENCE(S)” SYMPOSIUM How does contemporary architecture address, attract and engage new audiences? Despite our desire to communicate architectural

For the last five years, the Department of Architecture has been engaged in an ongoing public-private partnership with the Masonry Industry of Wisconsin. Jim Shields, FAIA recently described the partnership and the ideas behind the Masonry Studio in Masonry Design Magazine.

JULIA MCMORROUGH University of Michigan

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ANDREW ATWOOD

Sarah Traver

UWM SARUP

100% Contemporary “Audience(s)” Symposium _ photo by Eli Liebenow

A group of young masons arrived early to work with three student teams throughout the day in the Commons. The masons and the students worked together to build mockup exterior wall panels with challenging brick coursings and jointing that were part of an earlier Public Market studio project. The three student teams were part of a juried competition in which 24 teams competed.

ANNE RIESELBACH The Architectural League of New York

AIAS SANDCASTLES

First Office, co-Founder / UC-Berkeley, Assistant Professor

SARUP alumna Sarah Traver exhibited innovations in food systems along with alumnus Billy Mikich’s studies of a new typology for Near West Side schools. Encaustic Artist Michael Westcott exhibited new work in wax. Little Details focused on the minute and the unseen in architectural spaces.

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Exhibition Columbus _ photo by Eli Liebenow

MASONRY DAY 2017

ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGIATE SCHOOLS OF ARCHITECTURE FALL CONFERENCE

MILWAUKEE ART MUSEUM

The students and members of AIAS are extremely grateful for the contributions and support from the faculty that allowed for an amazing opportunity such as this!

Eames’ House of Cards _ photo by David Katz

PORTFOLIO STORIES.

Masonry Competition

10.11

The bus trip to the midwestern city was possible due to collaboration between the AIAS Executive Board and SARUP. Angel Servantez, Jonathan Nesci and Chris Cornelius were able to coordinate two full days of architectural exploration in which the

Exhibition Columbus _ photo by Eli Liebenow

two dozen students were able to tour the entirety of Columbus. This break from studio allowed for a new perspective on smalltown architecture by big-name architects, revitalizing the creative spirit of the students who attended. This trip allowed students to see Wiikiaami by Chris Cornelius of studio:indigenous at the First Christian Church (pictured above). This amazing installation was elevated by the explanation of the relationship between nature and fabrication that was used in the design process. The experience was only possible by attending Exhibition Columbus and interacting with the exhibitions in person. The tour of Exhibition Columbus, bus trip, tour of Miller House and lecture by Chris Cornelius made for an architectural adventure.

Portfolio Stories was a series of three public Pecha Kucha presentations that were curated by Assistant Professor Nikole Bouchard throughout the 2017 fall semester. These presentations were held on Fridays in the SARUP Gallery from 1-1:30 p.m., coinciding with Tea & Bikkies, making the student presentations and follow-up conversations accessible to the entire SARUP community. For each presentation, two master of architecture students were invited to present the past, present and future states of their design portfolios. Students were asked to critically reflect on their design work, with an interest in sharing “the good, the bad and the ugly.” Portfolio Stories presentations were given by MArch students Joe Gaudreau, Jack Grover, Jeremiah Huth, Bill Noelck, Tia Milkova and Leeann Wacker. This series resulted in a productive set of conversations that instigated ideas about life after SARUP.

Karl Wallick has been promoted to Associate Dean.

A second edition of Associate Professor Mo Zell’s book “The Architectural Drawing Course” has been published by Barron’s. The new edition includes fabrication and educational design/build drawings, models and photographs from students at SARUP. The first edition sold over 60,000 copies worldwide.

Wiikiaami with Chris Cornelius _ photo by Eli Liebenow

COLUMBUS FIELD TRIP by David Katz, Senior Representative AIAS UWM

During the Fall 2017 semester, AIAS at UWM visited Columbus, IN and Exhibition Columbus with Associate Professor Chris Cornelius. Students toured many sites around the city of Columbus and experienced winning competition installations by some of the most notable young architects in the country, such as works by Plan B Architecture & Urbanism, IKD and Oyler Wu Collaborative. These beautiful installations sat next to buildings designed by some of the most notable architects in history, such as the First Christian Church by Saarinen and Saarinen and Cleo Rogers Memorial Library by I.M. Pei and Partners.

Play with the Rules in Milwaukee from October 11-13. In the

NADAA, Founding Principal

10.05

Sarah Traver _ photo by Eli Liebenow

Eames’ House of Cards _ photo by David Katz

MAKE A CARD. BUILD A HOUSE!

lead up to the conference and exhibition, MAM engaged school

“Organized Layers”

KATHERINE FAULKNER

LECTURES / EVENTS / EXHIBITIONS

The Milwaukee Art Museum (MAM) is hosting the exhibit

05.15 – 09.21

“Historic Building Reuse: The Work of Garth Rockcastle and MSR Design”

For [Light Medium] Dark, 15 designers explored the whimsical potential of daylight through dioramas, shadowboxes, peculiar artifacts and prototypes. Rooms were shaped by translucent dragon scales, porous waffle structures, gossamer cable-nets, light-baffles poised in space like a praying mantis on the hunt and a clockwork of rotating screens embedded in cavernous apertures. Assisted by techniques of mass-customization and experimental fabrication, these designers moved beyond traditional windows and skylights to ignite dreams of a sumptuous, radiant world.

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Serious Play: Design in Midcentury America in fall 2018.

09.15

GARTH ROCKCASTLE Mass Matters

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SARUP is partnering with MAM for the ACSA fall conference

09.14

The Great Hall at the Pabst Brewery Campus Tour at 4:00PM / Reception at 6:00PM / Lecture at 7:00PM

Assistant Professor Alex Timmer opened an exhibit of models, drawings and samples from his studio Mass Matters. The studio focused on using thermodynamics as the primary driver of design. Timmer presented alongside artist Evelyn Patricia Terry who was also exhibiting her work America: Guests Who Came To Dinner (and Stayed).

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and community groups across Milwaukee to decorate 8000 cards

PLAY WITH THE RULES

CONFERENCE SUMMARY

Curbed, Architecture Critic / “The Design of Childhood: How the Material World Shapes Independent Kids” Author

Leann Wacker presents “The In-Between” _ photo by Eli Liebenow

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Sen also presented Picturing Milwaukee: Sherman Park at the City Hall Rotunda. The roundtable discussion and dance recital, in collaboration with Peck School of the Arts faculty Simone Ferro, celebrated the stories of residents of the Sherman Park and Washington Park neighborhoods.

Assistant Professor Whitney Moon, PhD, RA received a $500 Arts and Humanities Research Travel Award from the UWM Office of Research in December 2017 to conduct archival research on the American architect Victor Lundy at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. This research was developed into presentations at the UPenn Structural Instabilities Symposium, the Society of Architectural Historians 71st Annual Conference and the Construction History Society of America Conference, as well as a published essay in e-flux architecture.

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Professors Alex Timmer, Nikole Bouchard and Mo Zell traveled to Denver to present individual research at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) National Conference. They were joined by Professor Mark Keane who was honored with the ACSA Creative Achievement Award for his work in partnership with Linda Keane on NEXT.cc, a K-12 e-learning platform.

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FALL 2018 LECTURES / EVENTS / EXHIBITIONS

THE MOBILE DESIGN BOX

A Pop-up Gallery that Transforms Vacant Storefronts

Location: 753 North 27th Street

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SUPERJury is a day-long review and celebration of the best

in the College of Architecture at the University of Tennessee, UWM SARUP Commons

– Lingqian (Ivy) Hu Department of Urban Planning Chair

Associate Professor Arijit Sen has contributed a chapter in the new book “Making Cities Global: The Transnational Turn in Urban History.” The book argues that combining urban history with a transnational approach leads to a richer understanding of our increasingly interconnected world.

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Most recently, she chaired the International Association for China Planning annual conference, which hosted over 500 participants from 13 countries. Held in summer 2018 in Xi’an, China, it had the theme “Globalization vs. Localization: International Experience and Chinese Practice in a New Era.”

This summer Paul Olsen, Media Center Director, retired from SARUP. Paul devoted his career of more than thirty years to the school assisting students and faculty. As a photographer, he helped many students capture the best qualities of their drawings and models.

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“I am humbled to take on this leadership role of the urban planning department,” Hu said. “Our Master of Urban Planning degree was just re-accredited by the Planning Accreditation

Hu received her Bachelor of Planning degree from Nanjing University in China, and a Master of Planning and doctorate in Policy, Planning and Development from the University of Southern California. Promoted to professor in June 2018, Hu teaches courses on transportation and land use planning, urban development theories and transportation and GIS. Her work has focused on the interrelationship between transportation and land use, particularly on the spatial, social and environmental impacts of planning. Since joining UWM in 2010, she has published more than 30 journal articles and book chapters.

Department of Urban Planning Chair Ivy Hu said, “I am honored to have worked with Professor Mordecai Lee and Professor Enrique Figueroa in the past three years. The department has benefited tremendously from having these two prominent and influential scholars. Their expertise and knowledge have inspired us all. Professor Lee and Professor Figueroa will be deeply missed.”

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The urban planning department also bid farewell to Dr. Mordecai Lee on the occasion of his retirement. He joined SARUP in 2015 after teaching for 18 years at the School of Continuing Education. His career began as a guest scholar at the Brookings Institution, after which he served in the Wisconsin State Assembly and State Senate, recognized for his efforts by Milwaukee Magazine as one of “Wisconsin’s Ten Best Legislators.” Among many other roles, Lee was the executive director of Milwaukee’s Jewish Community Relations Council, a faith-based nonprofit engaged in public policy advocacy.

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Mobile Design Box hosted the work of Fresh Perspective, a group of all black visual artists; WasteCap, a non-profit working to save historical Milwaukee pieces that otherwise would have been lost to the landfill and an exhibit on endangered buildings in Milwaukee curated by SARUP Historic Preservation Institute Director Matthew Jarosz. WasteCap exhibited their “upcycled” reclaimed building components in conjunction with Fresh Perspectives, who showcased their unique visual pieces.

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At UWM, in addition to his role at SARUP, Figueroa had been Director of the Roberto Hernandez Center and Assistant to the Provost for Latino Affairs. He has served on the boards of national and local philanthropic organizations and is a nationally recognized scholar, administrator and Latino community leader.

MERIT AWARD Ben Mather Thesis: Board-Lock

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Urban Planning faculty have elected Dr. Lingqian (Ivy) Hu to serve as chair of the school’s internationally-recognized department.

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NEW URBAN PLANNING CHAIR: Lingqian (Ivy) Hu

FACULTY NOTES Dr. Enrique Figueroa retired from the Department of Urban Planning this year. While he was only a member of SARUP’s faculty since 2015, he has had a long and distinguished career. As graduate student, Figueroa was selected as a Congressional Hispanic Caucus Fellow and worked for the House Committee on Agriculture in the U.S. Congress. He went on to teach at Cornell University and work at the USDA for the Clinton administration, playing a key role in national policy affecting the marketing of agricultural products.

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Our strength has grown through partnerships with stakeholders, place-making of neighborhoods, and expanding design possibilities for communities where our alumni live and work, in Wisconsin and around the world.

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Established interdisciplinary partnerships across campus, including the UWM Community Creations program that has just received a $30,000 National Endowment for the Arts grant to fund a year of joint programming in the arts and architecture with campus and community partners

Founded the school’s Mobile Design Box pop-up gallery to revitalize neighborhoods in Milwaukee by showcasing their unique stories and design culture

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Our best wishes go to them all!

2017- 2018 NEWSLETTER

TOP WINNERS 2018 SUPERjury Awards

PAST MARCUS PRIZE RECIPIENTS Joshua Prince-Ramus

Expanded connections between the architecture school and the profession, including organizing the school’s externship program, which has grown from 21 students placed in 13 local firms to 88 students at 61 local, national and international firms

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“Ivy has been a valuable addition to Urban Planning, and will provide energetic and thoughtful leadership to the department,” said Dean Bob Greenstreet.

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AWARDS & HONORS

American architect and MacArthur Fellow Jeanne Gang, FAIA, founding principal of Studio Gang, has been awarded the seventh Marcus Prize, an architectural prize offered worldwide to recognize architects “on a trajectory to greatness.” This $100,000 award, supported by the Marcus Corporation Foundation (the philanthropic arm of the Marcus Corporation, a lodging and entertainment company headquartered in Milwaukee) and administered by SARUP, includes a cash prize to the recipient and supports a design studio at the school that will be collaboratively led by Gang.

– Steve Marcus CEO of the Marcus Corporation

As associate dean of the school, which is a UW System Center of Excellence and the only accredited architectural program in Wisconsin, Zell has:

Professor Jim Wasley said of Mike, “His passion for teaching has been an inspiration both to me and to his countless students, who have gone on to assume leading roles in the world of ecological design internationally.”

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“In this new role, I hope to serve as an advocate for faculty and students and strengthen existing collaborative relationships with institutional and community partners,” Zell said. “Growth is key—forging new partnerships locally and internationally will enhance the professional experience we offer to our students and continue to establish the school’s brand. Expanding influence and enrollment are dual goals I’m excited to pursue with my design colleagues.”

SARUP BIDS FARWELL Growth is key—forging new partnerships locally and internationally will enhance the professional experience we offer to our students and continue to establish the school’s brand. Expanding influence and enrollment are dual goals I’m excited to pursue with my design colleagues.

by Elena Farin, NOMAS Secretary 2017/2018

The National Organization of Minority Architecture Students (NOMAS) works to support minority architecture students in their pursuit of academic and professional goals while cultivating connections with outside organizations that utilize architecture to uplift communities, support marginalized individuals and provide mentoring opportunities to SARUP students. In the 2017/2018 school year, NOMAS sent student ambassadors to the annual National Organization of Minority Architecture (NOMA) conference in Houston to present their competition entry for a design school, hosted a lecture and workshop for middle-school students with Hip Hop Architect Michael Ford, ran a clothing drive for local Milwaukee non-profits, gave a collage workshop with TrueSkool, organized firm tours for SARUP students and created three distinctive installations at SARUP addressing themes like environmental insecurity and inclusivity, among other events. As NOMAS prepares to take on the 2018/2019 school year, the organization looks forward to continuing to grow its membership, community outreach and mentoring opportunities. Events in the works for the upcoming year include firm tours, the annual NOMA conference in Chicago and further collaborations with TrueSkool. Stay tuned for more information.

AWARDS & HONORS

2017 MARCUS PRIZE Jeanne Gang

“A vote of confidence from leading voices is proof that our department has a far-reaching influence in urban planning education and professional practice. Our strength has grown through partnerships with stakeholders, place-making of neighborhoods and expanding design possibilities for communities where our alumni live and work, in Wisconsin and around the world. I will serve the faculty and students to strengthen these connections.”

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Board for another seven years, making this an ideal time to focus on its continued success and plan for its future.

Faculty in the Department of Architecture have elected Mo Zell to serve as chair. Previously the school’s associate dean, she becomes the first woman to chair the department, effective Aug. 1, 2018.

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Strengthened the pipeline for women to enter and remain in the profession as a leader of the professional organization Women in Design Milwaukee

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NOMAS National Organization of Minority Architecture Students

The JAPAN 2018 Hidden Order: Historic Preservation in a High-Tech Country summer foreign study trip once again gave students of SARUP a chance to see architecture, historic preservation and urban planning from a completely different perspective. Unique among American architecture schools, the Japan trip has been successfully conducted for the past 14 years. Led by Senior Lecturer Matthew Jarosz, the trip is one month long, occurs in May/June each year, and typically includes 12 students and two professors. The group collaborates with several Japanese universities including Osaka University,

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Wakayama University, Setsunan University, Osaka Institute of Technology, Kogakuin University and Tokyo Institute of Technology.

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Scandinavian Romantic Rationalists. With a greater attention to materiality, tectonics and illumination, and generally what might be considered a more humane approach to architecture, this work is contemporary with projects by Corbusier, Mies and others but has a stronger material-oriented tradition. In addition to these modern architects, students also studied vernacular architecture such as ancient wood stave churches, which are masterworks of assembly but much rougher, less refined and quite a bit smaller than the Gothic cathedrals of Europe. Some of these wooden structures are more than 1000 years old. Utilizing all types of transportation including buses, bicycles, foot, trains and ships, this study abroad program covers over 2000 miles and is truly an architectural adventure.

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Kelsey Robinson, a freshman student, won the 2017 Arch 100 / Nemschoff Chair Competition. Students from UWM, UW-Madison

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their choice. Kelsey engaged the design team at Nemschoff in Sheyboygan, WI to build his chair at full scale, market-ready. Herman Miller (Zeeland, MI), the parent company of Nemschoff, has since started discussions with SARUP about expanding support for Arch 100 and other SARUP endeavors.

Sahar Hosseini received the 2019 Mellon Fellowship in Urban Landscapes Studies at Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection. Hosseini is an alumna of the Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures area within the architecture doctoral program. She received a PhD in architecture in 2018. Hosseini will use her time at Dumbarton Oaks to work on adapting her doctoral dissertation manuscript for a book project that examines the unprecedented urban development of seventeenth-century Isfahan through the lens of its nearby Zayandehrud River, and the multi-faceted role of the river as a geographic feature, a natural resource and a social construct.

In April, the Graduate School hosted UWM’s inaugural Three-Minute Thesis Competition (3MT) in which SARUP was represented by two students.

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Hongyan Yang, an architecture doctoral student, presented From Service to Ownership: Race, Food and the Chinese Entrepreneurs in California, 1850-1945. Yang’s research focused on how immigrants exhibited their racial identities through culinary practices and in turn shaped the physicality and experience of the built environments.

Dumbarton Oaks, affiliated with the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences, is one of the few institutions in the world with a program devoted to garden and landscape studies that is targeted at both humanities scholars and landscape practitioners. The Mellon Fellowship at Dumbarton Oaks is intended to expand significantly the opportunities offered by the institution to both of these groups, building constructive dialogue between them about the history and future of urban landscapes, and encouraging them to bridge the gap between their professional modes of thinking.

Jeremiah Huth, an MArch student, presented Ghost Parcels. Huth’s research looked at alternative ideas for the development and occupation of two rural parcels of land in Ozaukee county. He incorporated segments for sustainable farming and ways to maintain the lakeside portion of the site. Ghost Parcels, by Jeremiah Huth _ photo by Eli Liebenow

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From Fall 2019, each incoming freshman in the Bachelor of Science in Architecture (BSAS) program and each incoming student in the Master of Architecture (MArch) program will be required to purchase a laptop computer that meets or exceeds the Department of Architecture’s hardware and software specifications as published on the year the student enters the program. From Fall 2020, each incoming transfer student will be required to purchase a laptop computer. Students graduating from the BSAS program will be required to update or renew their laptop to conform to the School’s specifications upon entry into the M.Arch program.


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CLE AR GLASS WITH B LACK ALUMINUM MULLIONS

CAR B ON B LACK B R ICK

IPE WOOD

E A S T E L E VAT I ON EAST ELEVATION

1 ½ " S TA I N L E S S S T E E L R O D

0’

10’

25’

10’

25’

10’

25’

25’

LADDER BRICK TIES

LADDER BRICK TIES ½" FRY REGLET REVEAL PLASTIC THERMAL BREAK

½ " V E N T I L AT I O N A I R G A P

½ " V E N T I L AT I O N A I R G A P 3½" STEEL ANGLE (BLACK)

10" WIDE FLANGE I-BEAM (BLACK)

½" GYPSOM

W E S T FA C A D E S E C T I O N

W E S T FA C A D E S E C T I O N

1½" = 1'

1½" = 1'

K AT E G R E S K O V I A K PAT R I C K O S O W S K I

3 " R I G I D I N S U L AT I O N KAWNEER 1600 C U R TA I N W A L L

LADDER BRICK TIES

½ " V E N T I L AT I O N A I R G A P

10" WIDE FLANGE I-BEAM (BLACK)

½ " V E N T I L AT I O N A I R G A P

ZINC SHEET WRAPPED BLOCKING

COMPRESSION JOINT

A400

KAWNEER 1600 SERIES MULLIONS (BLACK)

KAWNEER AA900 THERMAL CASEMENT WINDOW

KAWNEER 1600 SERIES FIXED WINDOW

½ " B I R C H P LY W O O D

10" WIDE FLANGE I-BEAM (BLACK)

COMPRESSION JOINT

ZINC SHEET WRAPPED BLOCKING 1 ½ " S TA I N L E S S S T E E L R O D

Z I N C S H E E T M E TA L ZINC SHEET WRAPPED BLOCKING

ZINC SHEET WRAPPED BLOCKING

5.8.2018

5.8.2018

M I LWA U K E E ’ S R I V E R F R O N T DANCE CENTER

½ " B I R C H P LY W O O D

CEMENT BOARD

10" WIDE FLANGE I-BEAM (BLACK)

10" WIDE FLANGE I-BEAM (BLACK)

COMPRESSION JOINT

½" FRY REGLET REVEAL

SMART CI CLIPS

6" STEEL STUDS

A300

LADDER BRICK TIES

3 " R I G I D I N S U L AT I O N

10" WIDE FLANGE I-BEAM (BLACK) 10" WIDE FLANGE I-BEAM (BLACK)

COMPRESSION JOINT

1005 N EDISON ST M I LWA U K E E , W I S C O N S I N 5 3 2 0 2

A200

ZINC FLASHING

3 " R I G I D I N S U L AT I O N

U N I V E R S I T Y O F W I S C O N S I N - M I LWA U K E E COMPREHENSIVE DESIGN

TRANSVERSE SECTION

BLACK SWAN

BLACK SWAN

25’

K AT E G R E S K O V I A K PAT R I C K O S O W S K I

0’ 10’

M I LWA U K E E ’ S R I V E R F R O N T DANCE CENTER

W E S T E L E VAT I ON

ZINC SHEET WRAPPED BLOCKING

KAWNEER AA900 THERMAL AWNING WINDOW

½" FRY REGLET REVEAL

CUSTOM GLEN-GERY AMBASSADOR BRICK (CARBON BLACK)

EXTECH 3440 P O LY C A R B O N A T E S Y S T E M

3" STEEL TUBE (BLACK)

C L I P T O F L O O R P L AT E OPEN FOR BRICK SCREEN OPEN FOR BRICK SCREEN

GLEN-GERY MODULAR BRICK (CARBON BLACK) GLEN-GERY AMBASSADOR BRICK (CARBON BLACK)

1 ½ " S TA I N L E S S S T E E L R O D

1 ½ " S TA I N L E S S S T E E L R O D

3 " R I G I D I N S U L AT I O N

EXTECH 3440 P O LY C A R B O N A T E S Y S T E M

3" STEEL TUBE (BLACK)

AWV BARRIER

CUSTOM GLEN-GERY AMBASSADOR BRICK (CARBON BLACK) 4" CONCRETE SLAB F L O O R P L AT E

3" STEEL TUBE (BLACK)

ZINC SHEET WRAPPED P LY W O O D

3 " R I G I D I N S U L AT I O N

ZINC SHEET WRAPPED P LY W O O D

CUSTOM MITERED CORNER BRICKS CEMENT BOARD CUSTOM GLEN-GERY AMBASSADOR BRICK (CARBON BLACK)

6" STEEL STUDS

SCREEN WINDOW PLAN 1½" = 1'

½ " B I R C H P LY W O O D

C O R N E R D E TA I L 1½" = 1'

NANAWALL SINGLE TRACK SYSTEM

W A L L M E E T S F L O O R D E TA I L 1½" = 1'

G L A Z I N G AT TA C H M E N T C L I P AT EACH JOINT

R A C T O R Y I N S TA L L E D S TA I N L E S S STEEL REINFORCING BAR

P O LY C A R B O N A T E D E T A I L 1" = 1"

40 MM CELLULAR P O LY C A R B O N A T E P A N E L

5.8.2018

5.8.2018

A402

SEALANT

M I LWA U K E E ’ S R I V E R F R O N T DANCE CENTER

3' WIDE FLANGE I-BEAM

M I LWA U K E E ’ S R I V E R F R O N T DANCE CENTER

5.8.2018

A401

KAWNEER 1600 C U R TA I N W A L L

6 " R I G I D I N S U L AT I O N

U N I V E R S I T Y O F W I S C O N S I N - M I LWA U K E E COMPREHENSIVE DESIGN

C O R N E R D E TA I L 1½" = 1'

½" FRY REGLET REVEAL

U N I V E R S I T Y O F W I S C O N S I N - M I LWA U K E E COMPREHENSIVE DESIGN

C O R N E R D E TA I L 1½" = 1'

M I LWA U K E E ’ S R I V E R F R O N T DANCE CENTER

PLASTIC THERMAL BREAK ½" FRY REGLET REVEAL

EPIC DECKING EPICORE 3.5A

Z I N C S H E E T M E TA L

KAWNEER AA900 THERMAL AWNING WINDOW

3½" STEEL ANGLE (BLACK)

BLACK SWAN

ZINC FLASHING

½" FRY REGLET REVEAL

U N I V E R S I T Y O F W I S C O N S I N - M I LWA U K E E COMPREHENSIVE DESIGN

½" GYPSOM

BLACK SWAN

0’

U N I V E R S I T Y O F W I S C O N S I N - M I LWA U K E E COMPREHENSIVE DESIGN

25’

BLACK SWAN

10’

WEST ELEVATION W E S T E L E VAT I O N

BLOCKING

KAWNEER AA900 THERMAL P R O J E C T- I N W I N D O W

K AT E G R E S K O V I A K PAT R I C K O S O W S K I

0’

1005 N EDISON ST M I LWA U K E E , W I S C O N S I N 5 3 2 0 2

WEST ELEVATION

M I LWA U K E E ’ S R I V E R F R O N T DANCE CENTER

W E S T E L E VAT I ON

5.8.2018

ZINC FLASHING

IPE WOOD

U N I V E R S I T Y O F W I S C O N S I N - M I LWA U K E E COMPREHENSIVE DESIGN

C AR B O N B LACK B R I C K SCR E E N

0’

STEEL ANGLE P O LY C A R B O N A T E S U P P O R T (BLACK)

3" STEEL TUBE (BLACK)

T R AN SL U C E N T PO LY C AR B O N AT E

1005 N EDISON ST M I LWA U K E E , W I S C O N S I N 5 3 2 0 2

10’

BLACK SWAN

0’

A404


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LIGHT + HEAVY

MILWAUKEE RIVERFRONT DANCE CENTER COMPREHENSIVE DESIGN STUDIO [S 2018] PROF: J. SHIELDS, K. WALLICK PARTNER: K. GRESKOVIAK


0'

12.5'

25' 50'

1.02

1.01

1.09 1.08

1.07

1.06

1.04

1.05

1.03

0'

12.5'

25' 50'

1.01

1.02

1.05

1.04

1.03

1.06

1.07

1.08

1.09

1.11

1.10

1.12

1.13

1.14

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LADDER BRICK TIES ½" FRY REGLET REVEAL

½ " V E N T I L AT I O N A I R G A P

10" WIDE FLANGE I-BEAM (BLACK)

10" WIDE FLANGE I-BEAM (BLACK)

COMPRESSION JOINT

ZINC SHEET WRAPPED BLOCKING

GLEN-GERY MODULAR BRICK (CARBON BLACK) GLEN-GERY AMBASSADOR BRICK (CARBON BLACK) 3 " R I G I D I N S U L AT I O N

AWV BARRIER

CEMENT BOARD 6" STEEL STUDS

½ " B I R C H P LY W O O D ½" GYPSOM

½" FRY REGLET REVEAL

C O R N E R D E TA I L 1½" = 1'


M M I LWA U K E E R M I LWA U K E E R I V E MRI L W A U K E E

BENCH BENCH

BENCH BENCH

BENCH

1.02

1.01

TE E . S TA S T.

. TE ST E . S TA . TE ST E . S TA

1.08 1.07

0' 0' B R I C K PAV E R S L A W N G R0' ASS

12.5'

12.5'

25'

POOL

12.5'

25'

50'

25'

50' CONCRETE

12.5'

25'

100'

50'

100' 100'

LEVEL 1

IPE WOOD

50'

0'

0'

25'

N AT I V E G R A S S E S

12.5'

100'

50'

1.01 Open Community Studio 1.02 Lobby / Event Space 1.03 Rehearsal Studio A (> 50 people) 1.04 Rehearsal Studio B (> 50 people) 1.05 Shop 1.06 Mechanical 1.07 Storage / Coat Closet 1.08 Public Restrooms 1.09 Costume Shop 1.10 Spray Room 1.11 Dye Room 1.12 Catering Support/Storage 1.13 Receiving and Storage

LEVEL 2 2.01 Dance School Studio (< 50 people) 100' 2.02 Dance School Studio (< 50 people) 2.03 Balcony 2.04 Light and Sound Booth 2.05 Mechanical 2.06 Library 2.07 Administration Area 2.08 Staff and Dancer Lounge 2.09 Student Changing/Restroom 2.10 Physical Therapy and Exercise 2.11 Staff Changing/Restroom


BRIDG

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TRIAN

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BENCH

1.06

1.03 1.04

1.05

1.10

1.12

1.13

1.09

1.11

2.03

2.05

S T. N. EDISON 2.02

2.04

2.01

2.08

2.09

2.10

2.11

2.07

2.06

LEVEL 2


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JRA INTERNSHIP

SUMMER INTERNSHIP [2018] JOHN RONAN ARCHITECTS


Glass Pavilion at the Toledo Museum of Art SANAA / 2006

CIRCULATION

PROGRAM

INTERCONNECTED TRANSPARENT BUBBLES

SIMPLE VOLUME

HIDDEN STRUCTURE

G L A S S PAV I L I O N AT T H E T O L E D O M U S E U M O F A R T, S A N A A


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MARCUS PRIZE

MPM + BB MUSUEM MARCUS PRIZE STUDIO [F 2018] STUDIO GANG: J. GANG, C. CAHAN, C. BENNETT PROF: K. REYNOLDS PARTNER: B. BAHR


1/8 MILE RADIUS 2.5 MIN WALK

1/4 MILE RADIUS 5 MIN WALK

1/2 MILE RADIUS 10 MIN WALK

3/4 MILE RADIUS 15 MIN WALK


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LEVEL 5

LEVEL 5

LEVEL 6

LEVEL 3

PLANS 1/32” = 1’

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 6

LEVEL 4

LEVEL 5

PLANS 1/32” = 1’

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 3


GO BUCKS!!

I DO!

LET’S PLAY TAG!

LETS GO CHECK OUT THE NEW BREWERY IN MPM!

I DO!

FIELD TRIP!!!

I’M EXCITED TO SEE THE SHOW TONIGHT!

LET’S GO ICESKATING!


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(UN)BUILT ON PURPOSE

INDEPENDENT THESIS [IN PROGRESS / S 2019] CHAIR: N. BOUCHARD COMMITTEE: D. BEAULIEU, S. SCHMALING, A. TIMMER

For over 100 years the National Park Service has acted as stewards of our nation’s most treasured public lands. Over 44 million acres of this land is designated as wilderness, our highest form of land protection. With the preservation of wilderness character as the goal, structures, motorized equipment, and mechanical transport are all prohibited unless they are determined to be the “minimum requirement” necessary for administering the wilderness. In one example, 95% of Olympic National Park is designated as wilderness. With several 1930’s era Ranger Stations scattered throughout the park serving an administrative need, the employment of pack mules and hand tools is used for their maintenance and upkeep. (un)Built on Purpose is a proposal that asks, how could Olympic fulfill their wilderness stewardship if the current Ranger Stations didn’t exist? With the Wilderness Act as a constraint, (un)Built on Purpose rethinks the need, use, design and construction of these wilderness structures. Through research of the environment and outdoor gear, (un)Built on Purpose proposes a new typology for wilderness outposts and a manual for their sustained utility within our most treasured public lands.


NORTH CASCADES O LY M P I C

GLACIER MOUNT RANIER

T H E O D O R E ROO S E V E LT

C R AT E R L A K E YELLOWSTONE

REDWOOD

GRAND TETON

WIND CAVE LASSEN VOLCANIC

TS

A S P RU CE E PI NE E

R O C K Y M O U N TA I N G R E AT B A S I N

YOS EM ITE

R WOO D S

STS C K P I NE

SH P I NE

CAPITOL REEF

KINGS CANYON

ARCHES

RTLE AF-PI NE

SEQUOIA

ESS ONWOOD BIRC H

CANYONLANDS

D E AT H V A L L E Y ZION

BRYCE CANYON

URCE S S STS SL AN DS

MESA VERDE

G R E AT S A N D D U N E S

GRAND CANYON

CHANNEL ISLANDS

JOSHUA TREE

PETRIFIED FOREST

SAGUARO

CARLSBAD CAVERNS GUADALUPE MTNS

BIG BEND

BADLANDS


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V O YA G E U R S

I S L E R O YA L E

ACADIA

C U YA H O G A V A L L E Y INDIANA DUNES

SHENANDOAH

G A T E W AY A R C H

MAMMOTH CAVE

G R E AT S M O K Y M T N S

HOT SPRINGS

B I S C AY N E EVERGLADES

DRY TORTUGAS


PAT R I C K O S O W S K I pat r i c k . o s ow s k i @ g m a i l . c o m i s s u u . c o m / pat r i c ko s ow s k i 3 3 6 0 n s u m m i t av e , m i lwa u k e e , w i 5 3 2 1 1 414 688 5046

ARCHITECTURE EXPERIENCE

EDUCATION

I N T E R N , John Ronan Architects c h i c a g o , i l | m ay ’ 1 8 – a u g ’ 1 8

- Built the site model for the University College Dublin competition entry

Eppstein Uhen Architects m i lwa u k e e , w i | m ay ’ 1 7 – a p r ’ 1 8 INTERN,

- Worked in the Living Environments Studio on a variety of tasks including diagrams, unit revisions, and renderings - Designed the master plan book for an in-progress senior living project

Summit House m i lwa u k e e , w i | j u l ’ 1 5 – j u n ’ 1 7 DESIGNER + BUILDER,

Gutted a 1920, 3,000+ square foot home and rebuilt from the studs up. Worked with both a general contractor and individual contractors to address all aspects of the renovation including framing, electrical, plumbing, insulation, masonry, cabinetry, lighting, fixtures and HVAC. Worked with city inspectors to obtain and pass construction permits. -

Designed open concept kitchen, and redesigned the floorplan to improve flow Framed walls, a vaulted ceiling, and refinished original maple hardwood floors Drafted plans for 3rd floor framing construction permit Replaced headers on 25+ windows to meet current code standards

GRAPHIC DESIGN + PRODUCTION G R A P H I C D E S I G N E R , UWM SARUP m i lwa u k e e , w i | o c t ’ 1 7 – p r e s e n t

UW – MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE + URBAN PLANNING

Master of Architecture spring 2019 g pa 3 . 9 UW – MILWAUKEE PECK SCHOOL OF THE ARTS

BFA – Graphic Design fa l l 2 0 0 5 g pa 3 . 7 HONORS + AWARDS

Marcus Prize Studio with Jeanne Gang 2018 AIA Chicago Student Design Competition Nominee 2018 SuperJury Merit Award Distinguished Design Critic Studio 2018 Hunzinger Memorial Scholarship Design and Construction Technology 2018 Cherie Claussen Memorial Scholarship Design and Professionalism

- Organized and designed the 2017/2018 SARUP Newsletter - Designed the Fall ’17 and Spring ’18 Master's Thesis Day booklets

2017 SuperJury Nominee Visualization II

G R A P H I C D E S I G N E R , Communicor, Inc. m i lwa u k e e , w i | j u n ’ 0 5 – o c t ’ 1 1 , m a r ’ 1 4 – a u g ’ 1 6

2017 Weas Real Estate Development Scholarship

- Developed the art concept for the invite and corresponding event graphics for the groundbreaking of the NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital David H. Koch Center - Designed the Official Harley-Davidson Daytona Bike Week Activities Guide ’08, ’09 - Created the event branding for the 2005 GE Healthcare National Sales Meeting

Mast Brothers Chocolate b r o o k ly n , n y | o c t ’ 1 3 – f e b ’ 1 4 PRODUCTION MANAGER,

- Led a crew of 10 in daily chocolate production - Devised and implemented a packaging materials inventory tracking system to improve tracking accuracy, organization and materials ordering HEAD BREWER + GRAPHIC DESIGNER,

m a n h at ta n , k s | n o v ’ 1 1 – j u n ’ 1 3

Tallgrass Brewing Co.

- Oversaw and managed brewing operations for 12,000 bbl/yr brewhouse - Designed the artwork for the rebranding of Tallgrass Pub Ale, and the launch of Wild Plum Farmhouse Ale and Zombie Monkie Robust Porter - Created the concept, artwork, and production files for the Tallgrass 8-Pack Mix Pack box

2014 Thrillist Coolest Beer Cans Zombie Monkie EXTERNSHIPS

Johnsen Schmaling Architects John Ronan Architects SKILLS DIGITAL

Rhinoceros, AutoCAD, VRay, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Lightroom, Sketchup Grasshopper, Revit, Microsoft Office MANUAL

model building, soldering, wood working, hand-drawing, photography


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