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C R A I G

2018 - 2020


SARAH

C R A I G 99sarahcraig@gmail.com 314.686.2076 https://issuu.com/sarah-craig

PROFILE I am a fouth year M.Arch student at the University of Kansas School of Architecture and Design set to graduate in the spring of 2022.

INTERESTS Research Writing Typography Graphic Design Art History Music

TECHNICAL SKILLS Sketchup Revit Rhino AutoCAD Lumion VRAY for Sketchup Photoshop Illustrator InDesign Microsoft Office


EDUCATION 2017 - Present

• University of Kansas | Lawrence, Kansas Masters of Architecture

2013 - 2017

Class of 2022

• Lindbergh Senior High School | St. Louis, MO

EXPERIENCE 2019

• Design/Build Studio | Lawrence, Kansas Emergence Pavilion And Garden Entryway

• Presentation Drawings • Font Design and Development • Stone Carving

2017 - 2019

• Wil’s Warriors | St. Louis, Missouri

2017 - 2018

• Architecture and Design Student Council | Lawrence, Kansas

• Logo and Branding • T-Shirt Design

AWARDS AND HONORS 2020

• Architecture Master Prize | Student Architecture Award Emergence Pavilion And Garden Entryway

2020

• AIA Kansas Student Architectural Design Award Emergence Pavilion And Garden Entryway

Fall 2017 Spring 2018 2016

• Architecture Student Exhibit University of Kansas School of Architecture and Design • Missouri 2nd District Congressional Art Competition


C O N T E N T S


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University of Kansas Welcome Center Academic Studio

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Crossroads Craft Distillery

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Ivanhoe Neighborhood Rowhouses

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Emergence Pavilion And Garden Entryway

Academic Studio

Academic Studio

Design/Build Studio


6 University of Kansas Welcome Center 1266 Oread Avenue Lawrence, Kansas

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Highlighting the best aspects of the University of Kansas’s campus, the new Welcome Center allows for past, present, and future students to explore the history of the campus. The Welcome Center aids individuals and seamlessly transitions them to the university through meetings, presentations, and tours.

The Welcome Center is also connected to the Adams Alumni Center, across for the Union, through a glowing bridge of red, where individuals from the present have the opportunity to meet with the individuals from the past, who have helped make the University of Kansas the university it is today.

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Location Map 8 | University of Kansas Welcome Center


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16 Crossroads Craft Distillery 1800 Oak Street Kansas City, MO

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Within the Kansas City’s eclectic enclave of boutique shops, one-of-a-kind restaurants, creative businesses, studios and art galleries, the Crossroads Craft Distillery sits. Not only does the Crossroads Craft Distillery reflect the local Art District, but it reflects on Kansas City and the region as a whole through its screening system

that doubles as a mural of the cities growth. Whether it’s getting a drink after work or a large wedding reception, the Crossroads Craft Distillery offers several public and private spaces for individuals to enjoy the views and atmosphere of the Crossroads Art District.

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CROSSROADS ART DISTRICT CONTEXT Anchored by the strikingly contemporary Kauffman Center, which hosts opera, ballet and concerts, Crossroads is packed with hundreds of artists and art galleries in restored warehouses. Coffee bars, brewpubs, BBQ joints and retro-styled bars dot the area, along with independent shops selling fashion, handcrafted jewelry and quirky stationery. Large gatherings and celebrations for the city also frequently occur within the Crossroads 18 |Crossroads Craft Distillery

District. Whether it is the monthly First Friday events, art shows, or food trucks, there are always large crowds of people filling the streets and sidewalks looking for a place to hang out.


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SITE MASSING

PUSH AND PULL

To promote transparency between the interior and exterior spaces, three floors + a basement were needed to fit the program.

I pushed the ground floor back in the North and East direction to allow for several areas of outdoor seating that activate the street and encourage more pedestrian foot traffic within the dense area of the Crossroads District.

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ROTATE Taking inspiration from bundles of wheat and barley, a frequently used ingrediant in craft beverages, I rotated the retail bar 30 degrees to the West. By rotating the space, I also allowed for uninterrupted views from the Crossroads Art District into Downtown Kansas City.

SCREENING Taking into account the local art and murals throughout the District, I developed a screeening system that complements the surrounding buildings, while also paying respect to the history and context of the city.

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8. Retail Bar 9. Display 10. Tour Staging and Retail 11. Tasting Bar 12. Distilling Operations 13. Enzyme and Botanical Storage 14. Filteration Equipment 15. Distillers Lab 16. Loading/Unloading

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23. Retail/Event Bar 24. Outdoor Space 25. Event Spaces 26. Kitchen 27. Catering 28. Rooftop Unit

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The perforated metal panels that screen the third floor event spaces, retail bar, and outdoor space reflect the surrounding Kansas City landscape, specifically the meeting point of the Kansas and Missouri River.

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28 Ivanhoe Rowhouses 3756 Woodland Ave Kansas City, MO

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The Ivanhoe Rowhouses in Kansas City, Missouri sit on the corner of 38th Street and Woodland Avenue, acting as a transition point between the residential and commerical properties in the neighborhood. The Rowhouses not only take aspects from nearby houses, but also buisnesses to seamlessly bring the two together to fostering pedestrian-friendly and active urabn life. A driving aspect of the Ivanhoe Rowhouses

follows the Ivanhoe Neighborhood Council’s mission, breaking the intergenerational cycle of poverty and historical racial inequities caused by decades of neglect and systemic racism by helping to build healthy neighborhoods that enable all children and families to thrive. All together, the Ivanhoe Rowhouses offer a space for individuals of all backgrounds and ages to call home.

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IVANHOE NEIGHBORHOOD CONTEXT The Ivanhoe neighborhood has gone through several struggles since its creation, however, in recent years the neighborhood has greatly improved due to the efforts of the Ivanhoe Neighborhood Council. The INC is Kansas City’s oldest neighborhood association in the metro region and works closely with idividuals

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from the neighborhood to ensure that all families can live in an environment of over-all health and safety, where communities are strong, children learn and play, families live in quality housing, and parents work in stable jobs.


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Woodland Avenue Elevation

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Standing Seam Metal Roofing Aluminum Drip Edge Roof Vent

Terracotta Panels Hanger Vertical Carrier Rail 3/4" Rigid Insulation, R=4 Air and Water Barrier 1/2" Exterior Plywood Sheathing 2X12 Roof Joists 6" Fiberglass Insulation, R=50

2X12 Window Header 1/2" Plywood 3/4" Rigid Insulation, R=4 1/2" Gypsum Wall Board

3/8" Insulated Glass

Terracotta Panels Hanger Vertical Carrier Rail 3/4" Rigid Insulation, R=4 Air and Water Barrier 1/2" Exterior Plywood Sheathing 6" Fiberglass Insulation, R=50 3/4" Rigid Insulation, R=4 1/2" Gypsum Wall Board

Brick 1" Air Space Weep Hole Air and Water Barrier 1/2" Exterior Plywood Sheathing 2X12 Window Header 3/4" Rigid Insulation, R=4 1/2" Gypsum Wall Board

3/8" Insulated Glass Brick Window Sill 2X6 Window Sill 3/4" Rigid Insulation, R=4

6" Fiberglass Insulation, R=50

Grout Sealer 1" Air Space Cast-in-Concrete Footing 3/4" Rigid Insulation, R=4 Cast-in-Concrete Slab

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38 Emergence Pavilion And Garden Entryway 200 North 7th Street Lawrence, Kansas

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Whether you are taking a walk through the neighborhood or wanting to harvest fruits and vegetables from the community garden, the Emegence Pavilion and Garden Entryway provides several opportunities for discovery and growth. From the limestone entryway, a pathway emerges and connects the entrance to a sensory garden and

it’s surrounding interactive features. These features include a “veggie maze,” micro-orchard, “dirt mountain,” and the Emergence Pavilion. The pavilion depicts winged flight, is constructed from repurposed steel and wood, and serves as an outdoor classroom, propagation area, and focal point that can be seen from the surrounding park.

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40 |Emergence Pavilion and Garden Entryway


The limestone entryway is derived from a butterfly egg, split apart to form the entrance to the Discovery Garden.

Awards:

Architecture Master Prize | Student Architecture Award (2020) AIA Kansas Student Architectural Design Award (2020)

Instructor:

Keith Van de Riet

Students:

Jack Bindley, Sarah Craig, Austin Gelsomino, Rachel Grace, John Hardie, Chris Johnson, Jonathan Mcgowan, Julianna Ribble, Emily Sanders, Caleb Schnurbusch, Isabella Smith, John Veirs, Samuel Zimmerman

Collaborators / Supporters:

The Garden Incubator at John Taylor Park (Aimee Polson, Emily Ryan), Mar Lan Construction, Karl Ramberg (Ramberg Stoneworks), Evergy Energy Green Team, AZZ Galvanizing Restoration-Waterproofing Contractors, 2Sculpt, Lawrence Department of Parks and Recreation, Douglas County LiveWell Grant Program, San Marco French Tree Service, KU Architecture Craft Shop (Ben Brown, TJ Tangpuz), Advantage Metals Recycling Emergence Pavilion and Garden Entryway | 41


EXHISTING CONDITIONS Located within John Taylor Park in North Lawrence lies the Garden Incubator, a community garden, children’s discovery garden and micro-farm. The community consists of people at all stages of life:

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people with kids, without kids, pre-school kids, college students, retirees, caretakers, experts, novices, artists, activists, farmers, pharmacists, go-getters, food fearers, food lovers, introverts, and extroverts.


The Emergence Pavilion and Garden Entryway draws inspiration from the metamorphosis of pollinator insects.

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Site Plan 44 |Emergence Pavilion and Garden Entryway


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For the limestone entryway, I took the initiative to develop the lettering that would be carved into the stacked stone. The lettering used for the entry needed to be easily read and playfull, as its main purpose is to attract people from the parking lot and guide them into the public spaces, rather than private plots of the community garden. A challenge I faced while developing the lettering was that the phrase was going to have break in near the center to span over the multiple levels of the stacked stone, as well as spacing the letters across the each level to be at an appropriate scale. 46 |Emergence Pavilion and Garden Entryway


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48 |Emergence Pavilion and Garden Entryway


The final lettering templete that was used for the limestone entry evokes curiousity and playfulness in an effort to create an identifiable public entrance and guide the visitors away from the private entry and plots within the garden.

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50 |Emergence Pavilion and Garden Entryway


As I developed the lettering, I worked on the placement and scale at which the lettering would be placed and carved into the stone. With the help from Karl Ramberg (Ramberg Stoneworks) and Keith Van de Riet, I carved “Discovery Garden� into our final entryway. I also developed a series of insect and pollinator carving templetes that my classmates could trace and carve into the entryway to note the different areas of habitats for local wildlife. Emergence Pavilion and Garden Entryway | 51


SARAH CRAIG 314.686.2076 | 99Ssarahcraig@gmail.com

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