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Architecture Resume 2018

Sarah Fastnacht

Education August 2016 -2020 University of Cincinnati | B.S. in arch, current GPA 3.44 Summer 2017 USAC Prague, Czech Republic Study Abroad | Arch history, language 2012 - 2016 Perrysburg High School | Graduating GPA 3.8

Experience Jan - May 2018 Perkins Eastman, NYC | Healthcare studio intern, collaborated with a team and working on various healthcare and corporate interior projects in all phases. March - May 2018 Perkins Eastman Whitepaper Contributor | “Not Just Child’s Play: How Playful Environments Contribute to Innovation” http://www.perkinseastman.com/white_papers Jan 2017- present Design in Mind | Teach underpriveledged kids about design careers September 2017 Habitat for Humanity | Helped reconstructed a historic building in Kentucky for a family in need 2013- present Perry Falls Mini Golf | Maintain Course, interact with customers, handle income 2015- 2017 Perrysburg Tennis Center | Taught high energy classes and helped students improve their game through focus and responsibility

Skills Digital AutoCad | Rhino | Vray | Revit | Photoshop | Illustrator | Sketchup | InDesign | Adobe Acrobat | Insight | Grasshopper | Ladybug Hand freehand illustration | drafting | physical modeling | rendering


Awards April 2018 Summer 2017 Jan 2017 - present Dec 2015 Dec 2014 - present Fall 2014

Perkins Eastman In-House Competition | “Future of Healthcare” UC International Scholarship | Czech Republic study aborad Alpha Lamda Delta Honors Society | Inducted based on academic merit Ohio Governors Show | Interior painting received honorable mention National Honors Society | A good base to volunteer with Team Player Award | Voted by tennis coaches

Interests Art Green roofs/ living architecture Hiking

Painting with watercolor, acrylic, gouache, oil, observational sketching Research as well as take classes that help me understand and implement a green lifestyle. I believe it is part of the future of architecture. Understanding the earth and being in nature helps improve my thought process and design quality.

https://www.linkedin. com/in/sarah-fastnacht-840354135/

http://www.perkinseastman.com/white_papers “Not Just Childs Play...”

fastnash@mail. uc.edu +1(419)-494-5746

https://issuu. com/sarahfastnacht/docs/ fastnachtsarah_portfolio_0f2fc5183d57e1


Professional


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Subscribe to Health | In- House Competition

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REDISTRIBUTING HEALTH AMENITIES


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Connecting Home to Hospital

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HOSPITAL

Caption for this project

This competition asked the question: What does the future of health care look like? For decades, healthcare facilities have remained the same while the technology, practice, and society have all drastically changed. My partner and co-worker, Hailey Landis and I thought this competition would be a great way to bring creativity into a field that can be bogged down by regulations. We focused on the decentralization of the healthcare industry, accessibility, and self-control of knowledge.

Green Space in Hospital


SUBSCRIBE TO HEALTH

HEALTHCARE IN THE PAST

HEALTHCARE IN THE FUTURE


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HEALTHCARE IN THE FUTURE


SELF-DE IN H

SUBSCRIBE TO HEALTH Healthcare has long been connected to the disassociation of the self from the body. Medical interventions are needed because our bodies cease to function in the way we are familiar with. Adding to this already disorienting experience, modern healthcare has been delivered as a cold, informational directive about the most intimate details of our bodies. Add medical professionals who are essentially strangers, and the entire experience can be characterized as devoid of self-determination or self-control. It is no wonder many people are afraid of going to the doctor’s office.

PAST

At the same time, our world has transformed in the last 30 years by the explosion of the internet and other digital technologies. Instead of innovations being confined to the specific areas they were developed to improve, the way we experience these developments (and the accompanying information they generate or distribute) has been fundamentally altered by 24/7 knowledge networks and social media. Be it home air conditioners that can be monitored from anywhere via smart home technologies or college lectures that occur entirely in virtual classrooms, people have come to expect a wealth of information that is accessible anytime, anyplace. Accessibility of knowledge and self-education reigns.

MEDICAL CONCERN

Already our healthcare system has been influenced by this explosion of digitally-accessible facts, as well as misinformation. For the dark side of this self-education explosion, just look at anyone who has googled everyday cold symptoms and came to the conclusion they were terminally ill. Instead, we propose that the future of healthcare is rooted in the reexamination of everyday health and wellness in light of our ever-expanding medical knowledge. Traditional medical disciplines can improve by fusing the ubiquity and accessibility of digital data with the relocation of non-acute medical services to easily accessible everyday locations. This will contribute to a populace that is more connected to their health stats and thereby able to better control their health outcomes, adding the element of self-determination back into the healthcare process.

SEE A DOCTOR FOR DIAGNOSIS

RECEIVE DIRECTED TREATMENT

VIRTUAL & PHYSICAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR CHRONIC CARE ARE, HEALTH & W C ELL NIC NE O R SS CH

GROCERY STORE

RECEIVE DIRECTED TREATMENT

GYM DIETETICS

VIRTUAL GROCERY SHOPPING SERVICES

PHYSICAL THERAPY

UTE CARE AC CHEMOTHERAPY

SURGERY

DIGITAL FITNESS TRACKERS

CONDITION CONDITION IS HEALED IS NOT HEALED

HEALTHCARE EMERGENCY ROOM

HEALTH INSURANCE FINANCIAL TRACKING APPS BANK

GET A SECOND OPINION

DERMATOLOGY VIDEO CONFERENCING DIAGNOSIS

SKINCARE STORE

TRADITIONAL MEDICAL DISCIPLINES & CONTEMPORARY DATA GENERATION & ACCESSIBLE PHYSICAL PLACE

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PRESENT > FUTURE SLEEP

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CELLULAR SERVICE

FITNESS

TELEPHONES

MEDICAL CONCERN RESEARCH ON SEARCH ENGINE

POST ON SOCIAL MEDIA FOR ADVICE

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REMOTE DESKTOPS

COMMERCIAL DESTINATION DISPATCH CONTROLS

SEE A DOCTOR FOR DIAGNOSIS

LEARN FROM OTHERS WHO HAVE UNDERGONE TREATMENT

RECEIVE DIRECTED TREATMENT

RESEARCH DIAGNOSIS SUCCESS RATES & SIDE EFFECTS

ELEVATORS

NETWORKED KNOWLEDGE & 24/7 PERSONAL CONTROL

URGENT CARE TELEMEDICINE

HEALTHCARE ONLINE PATIENT PORTAL

GET A SECOND OPINION

LAB TESTS LECTURES RECORDED CLASSES ACADEMIC COURSE WEBSITES

RECEIVE DIRECTED TREATMENT

HOMEWORK FACTORIES ROBOTIC MANUFACTURING

CONDITION CONDITION IS HEALED IS NOT HEALED

DETERMINATION VS. CAL COMPULSION

INDUSTRIAL DIGITAL DISTRIBUTION WAREHOUSES

PESTICIDES GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS AGRICULTURE SELF-DRIVING TECHNOLOGY

TRACTORS

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DEAD RECKONING

GPS TECHNOLOGY

HUNTING

CPU TEMPERATURE CONTROL

ICE COOLERS

SPECIFIC PRACTICES OR TECHNOLIGIES & FACETS OF EVERYDAY LIFE


Mumbai Tata Memorial Hospital Proposal “Cancer Care with a Healing Garden”

EDIFICE + PERKINS EASTMAN | TATA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

Interior Courtyard with Banyan Tree Cardinale, PE

COURTYARD VIEW ENTRY Rendering byTOAndrew

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Threshold on SW Corner

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Box inside Glass Enclosure


As the afternoon sun hits the entrance on the first floor and the enterity of the third floor, a brilliant display of shadows apperars, painting the interior floors and walls and leaving visitors something to remember.

Threshold Elevation

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Research Phase

shadow study throughout the day sept. 17, 2017

shadow study solcstice/ equinox

Extensive research leads to quality design. This is the beginning phases of a project where I will design a building in an urban setting near the University of Cincinnati. I believe that context is a key element in the making of a new building. All of the diagramming on the page was created by me throughout the research process. The environmental diagrams revealed the problem with having a concrete roof. This can be counteracted with photovoltaics and a green roof, which would also add to the property value. The facade details included in the elevation diagram were created by my studio. I felt it was important to understand the context of the street in both height and key design elements such as the three sections every facade has in this neighborhood. Everything from neighborhood massing to views around the site are important context in the creation of a new building.


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Pavilion

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University of Cincinnati Pavilion Project

In a group of six, my classmates and I worked as a team to design, critique, and build many iterations of ideas for what would soon be a 8x8 pavilion structure for all students of the University of Cincinnati to interact with. I was on the design team, as well as construction. I learned that I thrive in a group workplace. In this project, I obsessed over the details to allow the design to speak for itself. The design consists of a web of lines derived from the shape of the three main triangles that make up the base and rooftop outline. The shadows created by this stucture added a beautiful layer that only the sun could reveal.

oculus from interior


iteration model

One of the earlier iterations, exemplifying the angular structure of the design.

concept model

Concept model showing the linework throughout the pavilion.

ďŹ nal design model Final small model before the construction of the full scale pavilion

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Detailing •

The OSB was sanded down to create a smooth surface and mesh was added to the wall conditions to create a patterned shadow. The mesh and OSB conditions carried from the wall to the roof to further create connections throughout the folly.

Detail work such as the 2x4’s throughout the folly translated into this structure in an aesthetic way. The OSB was placed flush with the interior wall, making the viewing conditions unique from exterior to interior. 15


Personal


European study abroad

In my ďŹ ve weeks of travels across Europe, I learned from highly acclimated professors about everything from Roman rotundas to the short rise of cubist architecture which is rare to Prague. I toured Vienna, Budapest, and Slovakia. I saw the best of architecture and the worst. As I visited numerous concentration camps, I truly learned that buildings carry with them their history, displaying it for the world to see. The ďŹ ve weeks I spent in Europe allowed me to grow in ways I did not know possible.

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Threshold Studies


house studies

These studies delve into the details of houses in my hometown, Perrysburg, Ohio. I gained interest the effect that light and shadow can have on a building. I aslo came to love the small details that make a structure unique.

door studies

It was fascinating to study the details and relationship between the various styles used throuoghout the years.


Piranesi Collaged Drawing micron on bristol


Graveyard Drawing, Cincinnati graphite on bristol

Analytique of the Cincinnati Museum graphite on bristol

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