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QUINN REILLY WILBERT PORTFOLIO 2017-2020

ARCHITECTURE | ART | DESIGN


QUINN WILBERT Los Angeles, CA 90026 410.279.9740 | qrwilbert@gmail.com

Thank you for taking the time to view my portfolio. The selected works represent my academic projects, professional experience, and personal work. My background is in painting, and I began my focus in architecture in 2017. With passion and patience I am finding ways to achieve understanding through art and design. SKILLS -Architectural drafting and modelling for construction documents and representation -Traditional art skills including oil painting and drawing -Furniture making and woodworking -CAD and BIM including Revit, AutoCAD, Rhino, and SketchUp -Creative tools including Photoshop, Illustrator, Maya, and ZBrush EDUCATION Bachelor of Fine Arts

School of the Art Institute of Chicago

August 2019

EXPERIENCE Architectural Designer

WGM Architecture + Interiors

September 2019 -October 2020

Architecture Intern

zpd+a Architects

January 2019- May 2019


Contents

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overture

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606

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bauhaus

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chesapeake beach

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furniture

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painting

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revit


OVERTURE How can a permanent space with history adapt to encourage openness among a diverse community?

Architecture | Interior Architecture Capstone Studio Spring 2019 led by Odile Compagnon

ALLIANCE FRANCAISE SITE PHOTOS


The Alliance Franรงaise de Chicago invited senior architecture students from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago to develop projects in response to issues with circulation and entrances within their spacetwo historic buildings on Chicago Ave and Dearborn Ave. These buildings were connected through a project by DeStefano Architects in 1997. Two projects made up this experience- an adaptive design vision for the building addressing percieved deficiencies in layout and programming- and a temporary installation with a budget of $2,500. The temporary installation would act as a built representation of the overall project, illustrating what the building could be. The projects were displayed in a student-organized gallery exhibition and presented to a jury of architecture professionals and board members of the Alliance Franรงaise. Plans and elevations drawn by Zesu Bao, Cecilia Liu, Quinn Wilbert, and Jerry Zhu based on drawings by N DeStefano Architects, 1997.

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

DEARBORN EAST

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DEARBORN WEST

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

CHICAGO SOUTH

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OVERTURE PROPOSED FIRST FLOOR PLAN

N OVERTURE PROPOSED SECOND FLOOR PLAN


The Alliance’s main entrance, and its only ADA accessible entrance, is on Dearborn Avenue. By restructuring programming to push activity to the front of this building, a newcomer’s first impression of the organization is of an inclusive environment where they feel they can find an opening for themselves. This makes the identity of the Alliance Française immediately recognizable, eliminating the need for signage to let people know where they are.

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ALLIANCE FRANCAISE DE CHICAGO


To promote immersive language learning, Alliance Francaise invites visitors to openly engage with others. Setting the example, Overture unlatches the building facade and makes the activities of the organization visible from the street. Equivocally, the proposed temporary installation takes the counterpoint and conceals the building within an image of its facade. The windows are hidden by an image of the same windows, allowing passers-by only a glimpse of the entry way. From inside, one is provoked to reflect on their temporary condition, disconnected from their surroundings.

N DEARBORN AVE FACADE

SCAFFOLDING

PROJECTION SURFACE

OVERTURE TEMPORARY INSTALLATION

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OVERTURE

INSTALLATION AT NIGHT


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THE 606 TOILET PROJECT Architecture Studio I Fall 2018 led by Adrienne Brown

There are currently no public bathrooms along Chicago’s elevated pedestrian and biking

path, the 606. Designing one began with research into systems and functions, social issues, and the place of a bathroom as a public service, as well as observations of the site. Located between Western and Milwuakee ave., this 0.1-mile section of the trail is in a largely residential area and is the closest to any CTA Blue line station.

The bathroom encourages the use of the 606 as a public ammenity and highlights the

individual needs of a diverse community. While protecting personal privacy with fully enclosed stalls, the design also nudges against social barriers by being fully gender-neutral, as well as open to outside air, light, and sound, creating an environment that feels connected from outdoor to indoor.

THE 606

CHICAGO PUBLIC TOILETS


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SITE PLAN

THE 606 AT WESTERN AVENUE

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The area surrounding this site is largely residential with a few businesses and very close access to transportation. Nearby buildings with balconies have a clear view of the 606 trail. Vegetated walls and trees surround the trail blocking views of the surrounding context while sounds travel freely in all directions. On the bridge over Western, the skyline opens up and the 606 and the city are equally visible to eachother.


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00 JAHRE BAUHAUS A student gallery for the artists of the new Bauhaus Zeitgest: 100 Years Bauhaus Study Trip Summer 2019 Weimar, Germany led by Oliver Sann and Beate Geisler

GALLERY PLAN

00 JAHRE BAUHAUS


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On the centenary of the Bauhaus school, students from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago visited the campus of the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. Celebrating 100 years of Bauhaus history and the end of the school year, exhibitions of student work took over the campus and the city of Weimar. Being artists as well as students, it is important to be able to curate and control the context in which one’s work is displayed.

BAUHAUS-UNIVERSITÄT WEIMAR


This installation is designed to be fabricated by a group of students and serve as a temporary gallery, providing these artists the opportunity to define the relationship, or lack thereof, between their work and the context of the historic Bauhaus campus. Is 2019 the anniversary of one hundred years of Bauhaus? Or is it the zero year of a new Bauhaus?

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GALLERY PLAN

00 JAHRE BAUHAUS


covering

translucent pva plastic

mounting surface

paper composite panels

framing

cnc-milled plywood

base

finished plywood

INSTALLATION ISOMETRIC 00 JAHRE BAUHAUS

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Professional Experience

WGM Architects | 2019

CHESAPEAKE BEACH ROD N’ REEL Addition and renovation to an existing restaurant. As a designer on this project, I contributed to construction drawings, renderings, and interior finishes. Construction drawings were produced using Revit and renderings using SketchUp. 2

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SEAL:

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Private Dining 121

Dining Room B 122 W PT-E B WB-3 F LVT-1

W PT-E, WT B WB-3 F LVT-3

KITCHEN CONSULTANTS + INTERIORS:

Buffet 119 W PT-E B WB-3 F LVT-1

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Gaming 107C W PT-E B WB-3 F CPT-1

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Kitchen 116 W FRP-1 B WB-4 F SFTY-1

Stair B 117

W PT-S B WB-4 F SFTY-1

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W WT-3, WT-4, PT-S B WT-2 F FT-2

CHESAPEAKE BEACH ROD N REEL RESTAURANT RENOVATION

Lobby A 102

4165 Mears Ave, Chesapeake Beach, MD 20732

W PT-E,WC-4 B WB-1 F LVT-3

Women's Restroom A 103 W WT-2,PT-S B WT-2 F FT-2

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Elec. Room 114 W PT-F B WB-5 F SC-1

Restroom C 125 W WT-6, WC-3 B WT-6 F FT-3

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W PT-2,WC-5,WC-4 B WB-1 F LVT-3

REVISIONS: 09.14.18 50% PRICING SUBMISSION 11.21.18 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS 12.14.18 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS 02.01.19 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS 02.15.19 ADDENDUM #1 03.25.19 ADDENDUM #2 09.30.19 FOUNDATION 10'-6" SUBMISSION 11.21.19 BID DOCUMENTS

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2019 WHEELER GOODMAN MASEK & Associates, Inc.

These drawings are the property of the Architect, WHEELER GOODMAN MASEK & ASSOCIATES, INC. Unauthorized reproduction for any purpose is an infringement upon copyright laws. Violators will be subject to prosecution to the fullest extent of the law.

ELEVATOR A 100 W B F LVT-3

Stair A 101

Lobby C 127 W PT-E, WC-6 B WB-2 F LVT-2

BAR ELEVATION 1/2" = 1'-0"

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PROJECT:

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Restroom C 126 W WT-6, WC-3 B WT-6 F FT-3

Dining Room C 124 W PT-E, WC-6 B WB-2 F LVT-2

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Convergent Technologies Design Group 6501 York Road Baltimore, MD 21212 (410) 532-2395 phone (410) 532-2396 fax

Vestibule A 105 W PT-E, WC-4 B WB-1 F LVT-3

Janitor B Janitor A

Women's Restroom B 111

Entry Vestibule 113 W PT-E B WB-3 F LVT-1

CIVIL ENGINEER: Ben Dyer Associates, Inc. 11721 Woodmore Road, Suite 200 Mitchellville, MD 20721 301-430-2000 301-430-2001 fax

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Men's Restroom A 106 W WT-2, PT-S B WT-2 F FT-2

Men's Restroom B 108 W WT-3,WT-4,PT-S B WT-3 F FT-2 Vestibule B 109 W PT-E B WB-3 F LVT-1

Elevator B 118 W B F SFTY-1

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MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS: Henry Adams, LLC 600 Baltimore Ave, Suite 400 Baltimore, MD 21204 (410) 296-6500 phone (410) 296-6501 fax

4 Lobby B 112 W PT-E B WB-3 F LVT-1

Ice Room 116B W FRP-1 B WB-4 F SFTY-1

STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS: The Watkins Partnership Inc. 3032 Mitchellville Road Suite 202 Bowie, MD 20716 (301) 249-0974

Kiosk Kitchen 107B W FRP-1 B WB-4 F SFTY-1

Dinning A Kiosk 107A W WP-1, MTL-1 B WB-3 F PC-1

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Entry Vestibule 123 W PT-E B WB-3 F LVT-1

CONSULTANTS:

Bar Dinning B 120B W PT-E B WB-3 F LVT-3 Bar Seating 120 W B WB-3 F FT-1

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CERTIFICATION: I certify that these documents were prepared or approved by me, and that I am a duly licensed architect under the laws of the State of Mayland, license number 15453, expiration date 06-25-20.

Dining Room A 107A W PT-E B WB-3 F PC-1

Bar 120A W FRP-1, WT-1 B WB-4 F SFTY-1

A8 FINISH PLAN FIRST FLOOR 1/8" = 1'-0"

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FINISH FLOOR PLANFIRST FLOOR

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JOB N0.:

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120 BAR- SOUTH 3/8" = 1'-0"

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120 BAR- EAST 3/8" = 1'-0"

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WA-3

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121 PRIVATE DINING & 122 DINING- WEST 3/8" = 1'-0"

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7'-1 1/4"

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120 BAR- NORTH 3/8" = 1'-0"

C5 10'-0"

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121 PRIVATE DINING- SOUTH 3/8" = 1'-0"


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Additional Work 2017-2020

PAINTING | FURNITURE DESIGN .

End Table 2018 Maple, White Oak, Walnut

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Midnight Madness 2020 Oil on panel

Icons 2017 Oil on paper

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ADDITIONAL WORK: REVIT SAMPLES National Museum of African-American History and Culture Adjaye Associates

MODELED AND RENDERED IN REVIT 2018


CUSTOM CURTAIN SYSTEM

LOADED ONTO A CONCEPTUAL MASS

CUSTOM PANEL FAMILY

SWEEPS FROM PROFILES HOSTED ON ADAPTIVE POINTS

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Guilford Cottage Gray Organschi Architects

MODELED IN REVIT RENDERED IN TWINMOTION

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quinn wilbert 2020

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