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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

JUSTIN PETERSEN

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Woodland Ranch

Designed for a Ranching Family with modern forms in vernacular typologies

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Bunkhouse

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Sleeps four, uses prefab technology for simple assembly with small space optimization

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Plaza Soledad

Makes a bold statement at the scale of the city without upstaging Basilica de Soledad

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Solar Gain Strategy

Separating systems in the wall, allows each to perform its task at optimum levels

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Outreach Center

Integrating path and program in an abandoned urban lot

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Drawing in Arch

Depicting facades, focus on material qualities in relation to light and shadow

Project MXB

Design mixed use density for multi generation living and commercial use

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Upcycle Living

Quick assembly with readily transportable systems, re purposing materials

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Floor-Wall-Roof

Theoretical Exercise in locating ones self, “How am I there�

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WOODLAND RANCH SITE Lake Vermilion, Northern Minnesota PROGRAM Cabin (2 families), Different seasonal occupancy load SOLUTION Organizing space to be used seasonally yet work as one entity, design inspiration from the families farm TIME Spring, 2012

“Hunting Lodge 1” “Hunting Lodge” Winter

Bath

Shared wood burning stove

Skip step stair

“Hunting Lodge 2”

“The Reunion” Spring - Fall

Screened in porch

Kitchen / Dining

Larger wood burning stove

Gathering room

“Fair Weather” Summer

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Seasonal Diagram

Deck

1st Floor Plan South Elevation

Volumes

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Roof plane “The Library”

Bath

Skip step stair Wrapping “The Bunkhouse”

Open Loft

Extruding

Open Below

Lofting

Form Diagram

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2nd Floor Plan East Elevation

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BUNKHOUSE SITE Norther Minnesota PROGRAM Sleep a family of 4, Prefab panels, Minimal loads by pickup SOLUTION Combines furniture and structure into building envelope, and vertical arrangements to optimize small space TIME Spring 2012, Lake Home and Cabin Show - Exhibit

Form Evolution

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Assembly Diagram

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All windows operable

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Fire wood storage (2) Single bunked beds

Collapsible table

Section Looking West

Covered porch Wood burning stove

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Floor Plan

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Exterior Render - Same assembly method, alternate fenestration pattern

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PLAZA SOLEDAD SITE Large plaza in Oaxaca, Mexico PROGRAM Add Exhibition, Library, & Rest rooms, while maintain current programs SOLUTION Creates a grand gesture for the urban room, reserved exterior avoids upstaging Soledad TIME Spring 2011, Study Abroad

Exhibition space

Public rest rooms

Urban room

Library of the city wraps around urban room

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Urban Room Plan Urban Room Section Library of the city Garden

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Ramp up to second level

Exhibition space

Main road into the city

Sculptural tree filters light through vegetation that climbs its structure

Representation of the three gradients of light found in the courtyard typology

Sculptural water system

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Plaza Soledad Axon

Existing program to Remain Program to be Added

City Hall

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Small Church

Music School

Ice Cream Vendors

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Urban Room & Exhibit

Historians House

Public Rest rooms (Below Steps)

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Noon

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Night

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Morning

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SOLAR GAIN STRATEGY Ma

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SITE Minnesota, Lat. 44 PROGRAM Minimal energy consumption SOLUTION Create space by separating elements of the wall so each system best performs its job TIME Spring 2012

Supper Insulated Envelope

Serious Windows 1125 Series

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Reduced Northern Exposure

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Interior Thermal Mass

Structure Separated from Wall

Exterior Operable Louvers

Section Diagram

Operable Louvers

Energy Analysis

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Heat Source

Heat Loss

Lights and Appliances (1.5%)

Non-Southern Glass (5.7%)

2 People @ 50% Use (11.4%)

Walls (12.5%)

Solar Gain (75.0%)

Heating System (12.1%)

8,593,000 BTUs needed / year for heating

Air Infiltration (41.3%)

Roof System (31.9%) Floor Slab (8.6%)

UPCYCLE LIVING

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SITE Not specific PROGRAM Quick delivery, Small family, Upcycle ideology SOLUTION Upcycles excess containers, turning former scrap and embodied energy into livable space TIME Spring 2010

Sectional Assembly Diagram 2nd Floor Plan

M. Bath

Bath

Stairs Down

Bedroom

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M. Bedroom

Cladding Options

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OUTREACH CENTER

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SITE Abandoned lot in Minneapolis, MN PROGRAM Passage, Community center, Public rest rooms SOLUTION Integrating space under a rooftop terrace provides shelter without disrupting a clear path TIME Fall 2010

Surrounding Mass Conditions

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Ground Level Plan Community Outreach Center

Public Bathrooms

2 To Upper TerPassage Through the Site

1 1 of 3 Open Green Spaces

Bus Stop

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Rendered Photographs

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DRAWING IN ARCHITECTURE SITE University of Minnesota Campus PROJECT Represent facades using traditional value drawing techniques TIME Fall 2010

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Pillsbury Hall

Wiseman Art Museum

FLOOR - WALL - ROOF

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SITE Oaxaca, Mexico PROGRAM Sleeping, Dining, and Study space, Exercise in spacial experience SOLUTION Engages with the site while being separated from the site, unique use of light in each space TIME Spring 2011, Study Abroad

Rendered Photographs - Noon lighting conditions

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PROJECT MXB SITE Council Bluffs, Minnesota PROGRAM Density, Mixed use design for Millennials, Generation-X, and Baby Boomers incorporation commercial spaces SOLUTION Provide space for each social group to interact while defining private space within a denser community TIME Fall, 2011

Space Organization Diagram Roof top restaurant Women’s Gym Theater & Arcade Bank / Small Grocery Store Exit Points

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Rendered Image

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7th Street Section (new cable car line)

7th Street Plan (new cable car line)

Increased parking availability

Access to the site

Increased curb appeal

Safer crossing points

Site Design Axon Mixed use housing Urban Plaza

Pedestrian Street

Living Street

Day care Pocket Neighborhoods

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Commercial Space

7th Street


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