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SARAH FLEMING

PORTFOLIO OF WORK

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INTRODUCTION [01- 03]

PROFESSIONAL DESIGN SAMPLES [04-17]

EDUCATIONAL DESIGN SAMPLES [20-25]

ADDITIONAL DESIGN SAMPLES [28-33]

DESIGN PHILOSOPHY CURRICULUM VITAE

GENSLER Naru Project Rendering Sustainable Design Strategy Webinar Graphics DAVID BAKER + PARTNERS ARCHITECTS Fillmore Park Affordable Housing Volcano House ROBINSON MILLS & WILLIAMS (RMW) Juniper Networks Campus Scott Boulevard Site and Sun Studies CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT SAMPLES Arroyo Grande High School IDEA Facility Modernization Guadalupe Union School District New Jr. High Drafting Coursework Samples

[IDENTITY] BEYOND CONSUMERISM Senior year thesis project SUNNYDALE AFFORDABLE HOUSING San Francisco Urban Design Internship Program

MATERIALS STUDY SKETCHBOOK WATERCOLORS, DRAWINGS, & METAL WORK ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY


[design

philosophy]

I believe design is beautiful, stimulating, and allows for ample opportunities to influence and benefit the human experience. I am passionate about incorporating craft and innovation into advocacy and well-being through my work. Within my education and professional experience I aim to create exciting and contextdriven design to better the users, environment, and society as a whole.

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S arah F leming LEED Green Associate

OBJECTIVE

[p] 303.810.6714 [w] www.sarahfleming.net [e] sarahfleming7@gmail.com

Seeking a designer position in an architecture firm

EDUCATION Graduated June 2012

CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC STATE UNIVERSITY, San Luis Obispo, California Bachelor’s of Architecture (B.Arch) and Sustainable Environments Minor Dean’s Honor Roll 2009 - 2012, graduated cum laude

PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE June 2011 - Sept. 2011

INTERN - Robinson Mills & Williams (RMW) Architecture and Interior Design, San Jose, California • • •

April 2011 - June 2011

Contributed to Design Development and Construction Documentation work on the Juniper Networks Campus in Sunnyvale, California Key component of design team during the Schematic Design phase of the Scott Boulevard project in Santa Rosa, California Worked under direct supervision of Russ Nichols

INTERN - David Baker + Partners Architects, San Francisco, California • • • •

Assisted on a variety of projects related to affordable housing, custom residential, and hospitality Created floor plans, elevations, site plans, physical models, client presentations, product research, and cost analysis spreadsheets Participated in client meetings, site-walks and construction meetings Worked under direct supervision of David Baker

Jan. 2011 - March 2011 INTERN - Gensler Architecture and Design, Santa Monica, California • Executed research related to sustainability within the Commercial Office Building sector • Produced a firm-wide sustainable design webinar teaching Gensler employees importance of implementing sustainable strategies within all phases of design work • Assisted architectural photographer in building photography shoots • Worked under direct supervision of John Adams

July 2008 - Sept. 2008 INTERN - Phillips Metsch Sweeney Moore Architects, Santa Maria, California • Contributed in Design Development and Construction Documentation work for K-12 education projects • Developed skills at AutoCAD and understanding of project development and delivery • Worked under direct supervision of Anthony Palazzo

PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP Sept. 2009 - June 2010 PRESIDENT - American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS), Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo Chapter • Initiated and implemented Cal Poly’s Freedom by Design Program, the first chapter in California • Built AIAS membership from 32 students to 54 students • Increased connections between students in all years of Cal Poly’s five year architecture program • Assisted in developing the “Studio Culture” policy for all architecture studios at Cal Poly Jan. 2008 - June 2010 STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE - American Institute of Architects, Central Coast Chapter (AIACCC) • Represented the Central Coast student population at board meetings, monthly luncheons, and events • Participated in AIA administrative discussions and decisions while building connections between Cal Poly and Cuesta College architecture students and AIA members • Presented to AIACCC membership on the Freedom by Design program and the Design Village competition June 2007 - June 2008 PRESIDENT & FOUNDER - AIAS, Cuesta College, San Luis Obispo Chapter • Established chapter of the AIAS and built membership to 52 students within the first year • Organized tours and speakers relating to the architectural field and sustainable architectural practice • Led team in Design Village Competition and won “People’s Choice” award

RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE Sept. 2011 - June 2012 INTERN - College of Architecture and Environmental Design, Dean’s Office, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo • Work with CAED Dean and administrative staff to create integral documents, reports, and presentations • Contribute to major event planning for college including the Dean’s Leadership Council annual meeting, Open House, Curriculum Committee, Graduate Program Committee, and Technology Committee meetings • Coordinate and assist with the management of the student Ambassador Program Jan. 2009 - June 2012 TEAM MANAGER - The Green Campus Program, Alliance to Save Energy, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo • Responsible for recruiting, hiring, training, promoting, and supervising a team of five interns working on energy and water saving projects on the Cal Poly campus • Conduct trainings and outreach projects to increase knowledge of energy and water use and management • Facilitate communication and organize meetings between interns and stakeholders from diverse backgrounds including the engineering, graphic design, liberal arts, math and science, business, and the agriculture field

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SKILLS AND CERTIFICATIONS PROFICIENT COMPUTER PROGRAMS

Revit, AutoCAD, Rhinoceros, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere, Adobe Soundbooth, Microsoft Office Suite, 3DsMax, and SketchUp

PROFICIENT ARTISTIC MEDIUMS Photography/architectural photography (digital and darkroom film photography), hand and digital rendering,

hand drawing, water coloring, Prisma color pencil/pen, ceramics, plastics, and welding/metal work

PROFESSIONAL TRAININGS AND CERTIFICATIONS Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Green Associate (LEED GA, number 10728203)

Energy and water conservation, leadership, team building, communication, facilitation, and public speaking

HONORS AND AWARDS Awarded June 2012

BEST OF SHOW

Awarded June 2010

RRM SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT

Awarded Fall 2011 Summer & Fall 2010

Awarded June 2010 Awarded 2009, 2010, & 2012

Awarded for the most sustainable design at the Cal Poly Fifth Year Architcture Show Scholarship awarded to an architecture student once every four years

LYDIA HUMPHREY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT

Awarded to provide financial assistance during my senior year at Cal Poly

STUDIO TICINO PARTICIPANT

• Selected for the Cal Poly Switzerland Study Abroad Program • Traveled throughout Switzerland, Italy, France, Germany, Spain, • Led by Professors Tom Di Santo and Enrico Como

and Morocco

THOMAS MAPLE SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT

Awarded to the AIAS Cal Poly Chapter for success of during my presidency

BEST PRACTICE AWARD RECIPIENT

• Awarded to the Green Campus Program for projects completed while working as Team Manager • Presented projects at the 2009 & 2010 USC/CSU/CCC California Higher Education Sustainability Conference

PUBLICATIONS AND MEDIA COVERAGE November 2011 May 2009

AASHEE BULLETIN • “Cal • “Cal

Poly San Luis Obispo Students Lead ‘Turn Em Out’ Campaign” Poly Students Install Energy & Water Efficient Dishwasher”

February 2011

DIALOGUE MAGAZINE

2012, 2011, 2009

MUSTANG DAILY

Rendering on cover of Gensler’s internal magazine publication, distributed to all employees • •

Various news articles related to Green Campus Program projects January 31, 2012, September 27, 2011, April 4, 2011, October 28, 2009

REFERENCES Dean R. Thomas Jones can discuss my involvement with the AIAS and the AIACCC. Furthermore, I currently work under his direct supervision at the CAED Dean’s Office. Henri de Hahn can discuss my leadership skills, having worked together to build the architecture student community at Cal Poly during my term as AIAS president. Russ Nichols supervised my work at RMW during summer of 2011 while John Adams supervised my internship with Gensler during the winter of 2011 and Sandy Stannard is my current Thesis studio professor and can offer a perspective on my design skills.

R. THOMAS JONES DEAN - College of Architecture and Environmental Design, California Polytechnic State University

[a] College of Architecture & Environmental Design, Cal Poly, Bldg 05, Room 212. San Luis Obispo, CA 93407 [p] 805.756.5916 [e] rtjones@calpoly.edu

HENRI DE HAHN

ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT HEAD - California Polytechnic State University

RUSS NICHOLS

PRESIDENT - ROBINSON MILLS & WILLIAMS (RMW) Architecture and Interiors

JOHN ADAMS

[a] College of Architecture & Environmental Design, Cal Poly, Bldg 05, Room 212. San Luis Obispo, CA 93407 [p] 805.756.1316 [e] hdehahn@calpoly.edu

[a] 40 South Market Street, 4th Floor San Jose, CA 95113 [p] 408.294.8000 [e] rnichols@rmw.com

PRINCIPLE - Gensler, Los Angeles

[a] 500 South Figueroa Street Los Angeles, CA 90071 [p] 213.327.3600 [e] john_adams@gensler.com

SANDY STANNARD ARCHITECT & ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - California Polytechnic State University

[a] College of Architecture & Environmental Design, Cal Poly, Bldg 05, Room 212. San Luis Obispo, CA 93407 [p] 805.756.2076 [e] stannard@calpoly.edu

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[professional

design samples]


INTRODUCTION [01- 03]

PROFESSIONAL DESIGN SAMPLES [04-17]

EDUCATIONAL DESIGN SAMPLES [20-25]

ADDITIONAL DESIGN SAMPLES [28-33]

DESIGN PHILOSOPHY CURRICULUM VITAE

GENSLER Naru Project Rendering Sustainable Design Strategy Webinar Graphics DAVID BAKER + PARTNERS ARCHITECTS Fillmore Park Affordable Housing Volcano House ROBINSON MILLS & WILLIAMS (RMW) Juniper Networks Campus Scott Boulevard Site and Sun Studies CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT SAMPLES Arroyo Grande High School IDEA Facility Modernization Guadalupe Union School District New Jr. High Drafting Coursework Samples

[IDENTITY] BEYOND CONSUMERISM Senior year thesis project SUNNYDALE AFFORDABLE HOUSING San Francisco Urban Design Internship Program

MATERIALS STUDY SKETCHBOOK WATERCOLORS, DRAWINGS, & METAL WORK ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY


Professional Work Samples

Course Design Samples

naru project rendering Team members: Gensler, Los Angeles Studio

During a portion of my time at Gensler I worked on rendering of the Naru Project seen below. This rendering was published on the front page of the Dialogue Magazine, a magazine distributed throughout the 41 offices of Gensler.

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Additional Samples


Gensler,

winter

2010

sustainable design webinar Team members: Gensler, Los Angeles Studio

The majority of my time a Gensler was spent working on a webinar teaching Gensler employees techniques to implement sustainable design strategies into projects.

floor plate design strategy, sustainable design strategies example layout 100% Humidity

Low

Humidity

Air Movement Solar Gain

Perceived temperature 64 0F

High

Dehumidification and Conventional Air Conditioning

Shading

68 0F

Hot and Humid

58 0F surface temperature

Clothing (clo)

66 0F surface temperature

Comfort Ventilation

Humid

60% Humidity

Humidity Wind Protection

70 0F interior air temperature

High Thermal Mass

Internal Heat Gains

Comfort Zone

Cold and Humid

Passive and Active Solar Conventional Heating

60% Humidity Low

Evaporative Cooling Hot and Dry

Cold and Dry Dry

21oo C 70 F

Temperature

25oo C 77 F

High

comfort chart, webinar example diagram

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Professional Work Samples

Course Design Samples

Additional Samples

fillmore park affordable housing Team members: David Baker + Partners Architects

I worked on the interior and exterior material selection as well as rendered plans and elevations for the Fillmore Park affordable housing project, a project consisting of thirty-two affordable homes for first-time home buyers.

exposed concrete

ipe wood cladding

copper cladding

aluminum window frame

exterior paint finish benjamin moore “brown sugar”

exterior paint finish benjamin moore “chantilly” lace”

material palette

mews elevation

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rendered unit plan


David Baker + Partners Architects,

spring

2010

courtyard elevation

turk street elevation

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Course Design Samples

Professional Work Samples

Additional Samples

hotel soma Team members: David Baker + Partners Architects

In the preliminary phases of the Hotel SoMa project, I worked on two schemes; one at the current height limit, 65’ and another at the future height limit, 85’. These were presented to the San Francisco planning department showing the strength of the 85’ scheme.

section perspective of preferred

85’

model of

65’

scheme

model of

85’

scheme

figh scheme

elevation of preferred

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85’

scheme


David Baker + Partners Architects,

spring

2010

volcano house Team members: David Baker + Partners Architects

This custom cabin had been built but was in need of graphics describing the project. I developed the plans, elevations, and sections for the office.

rendered section

built cabin

rendered loft plan

rendered floor plan

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Professional Work Samples

Course Design Samples

Additional Samples

juniper networks campus Team members: RMW Architecture and Interiors

My time at RMW was mostly spent working on the Juniper Networks Campus, a large campus project with buildings in the Construction Document and Design Development phases. The rendering below is a green wall parking garage, meant to re-define the concept of a parking garage and bring a better experience to users of the site.

green wall garage rendering

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RMW Architecture

and Interiors, summer

2011

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Professional Work Samples

Course Design Samples

scott boulevard,

Additional Samples

schematic design

Team members: RMW Architecture and Interiors

In the Schematic Design phase of the Scott Boulevard Project with RMW, I assisted in extensive site analysis studies. Multiple layouts were proposed all analyzing building orientation, sun paths, building heights and form, as well as parking studies for the new technology campus in Santa Rosa, California.

proposed layout one

proposed layout two

proposed layout three

proposed layout four

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TION SECTION TION SECTION TION SECTION

TION SECTION TION SECTION TION SECTION

SECTION NG N SECTION SECTION NG N SECTION NG N SECTION SECTION

RMW Architecture

SOUTH BUILDING SECTION

SOUTH SouthBUILDING BuildingSECTION Section

SUMMER SOLSTICE 9:00 NORTH BUILDING SECTION North Building SAM ection

and Interiors, summer

2011

SUMMER SOLSTICE 9:00 AM NORTH BUILDING SECTION

SUM WIN

SUMMER PM WINTER SOLSTICE 9:00 AM EAST/WEST BUILDING SECTION EastSOLSTICE /W est B12:00 uilding Section

SUMMER WIN FALL

sectional sun analysis

NORTH BUILDING SECTION

WINTER SOLSTICE 9:00 AM EAST/WEST BUILDING SECTION

SUMMER SOLSTICE SUMMER SOLSTICE SOLSTICE 9:00 AM 9:00 AM AM SSUMMER ummer S olstice 9:00 am9:00 SUMMER SUMMER SOLSTICE SUMMER SOLSTICE SOLSTICE 9:00 AM 9:009:00 AM AM

SUMMER SUMMER SOLSTICE SUMMER SOLSTICE SOLSTICE 12:00 PM 12:00 12:00 PMpm PM S ummer Solstice 12:00 SUMMER SUMMER SOLSTICE SUMMER SOLSTICE SOLSTICE 12:00 12:00 12:00 PM SUMMER SUMMER SOLSTICE SUMMER SOLSTICE SOLSTICE 12:00 PM PM 12:00 12:00 PM PM PM

SUMMER SUMMER SOLSTICE SUMMER SOLSTICE SOLSTICE 9:00 AM 9:009:00 AM AM

EAST/WEST BUILDING SECTION

FALL/SPRING EQUINOX 9:00 AM

WINTER WINTER SOLSTICE WINTER SOLSTICE SOLSTICE 9:00 AM 9:009:00 AM AM

WINTER WINTER SOLSTICE WINTER SOLSTICE SOLSTICE 12:00 PM 12:00 12:00 PM PM WINTER WINTER SOLSTICE WINTER SOLSTICE SOLSTICE 12:00 12:00 12:00 PM PM WINTER WINTER SOLSTICE WINTER SOLSTICE SOLSTICE 12:00 PM PM 12:00 12:00 PM pm PM W inter Solstice 12:00

FALL/SPRING FALL/SPRING FALL/SPRING EQUINOX EQUINOX 9:00 EQUINOX AM 9:009:00 AM AM

FALL/SPRING FALL/SPRING FALL/SPRING EQUINOX EQUINOX 12:00 EQUINOX PM 12:00 12:00 PM PM FALL/SPRING FALL/SPRING FALL/SPRING EQUINOX EQUINOX EQUINOX PM 12:00 12:00 PM FALL/SPRING FALL/SPRING FALL/SPRING EQUINOX EQUINOX 12:00 EQUINOX PM 12:00 12:00 PM PM PM F all /S pring E12:00 quinox 12:00 pm

WINTER WINTER SOLSTICE SOLSTICE SOLSTICE 9:00 AM 9:00 AM WINTER WINTER SOLSTICE WINTER SOLSTICE SOLSTICE 9:00 AM 9:00 9:00 AM AM AM W inter SWINTER olstice 9:00 am9:00

FALL/SPRING FALL/SPRING FALL/SPRING EQUINOX EQUINOX 9:00 EQUINOX AM 9:00 9:00 AM FALL/SPRING FALL/SPRING FALL/SPRING EQUINOX EQUINOX 9:00 EQUINOX AM 9:00 9:00 AM AM AM F all/S pring Equinox 9:00 am

WINTER SOLSTICEEQUINOX 12:00 PM9:00 AM FALL/SPRING

SUMMER SUMMER SOLSTICE SUMMER SOLSTICE SOLSTICE 3:00 PM 3:003:00 PM PMpm S ummer Solstice 3:00 SUMMER SUMMER SOLSTICE SUMMER SOLSTICE SOLSTICE 3:00 3:00 PM SUMMER SUMMER SOLSTICE SUMMER SOLSTICE SOLSTICE 3:00 PM PM 3:003:00 3:00 PM PM PM

WINTER FALL

SOLAR STUDIE

FALL/SPRING EQUINOX 12:00 PM

FALL/SPR

WINTER WINTER SOLSTICE WINTER SOLSTICE SOLSTICE 3:00 PM 3:003:00 PM PM

WINTER SOLSTICE WINTER SOLSTICE SOLSTICE 3:00 PM 3:00 PM PM WINTER WINTER SOLSTICE WINTER SOLSTICE SOLSTICE 3:00 PM 3:003:00 3:00 PM PM pm W inter Solstice 3:00 SOLAR WINTER STUDIES

FALL/SPRING FALL/SPRING FALL/SPRING EQUINOX EQUINOX 3:00 EQUINOX PM 3:003:00 PM PM FALL/SPRING FALL/SPRING FALL/SPRING EQUINOX EQUINOX 3:00 EQUINOX PM 3:00 PM PM FALL/SPRING FALL/SPRING FALL/SPRING EQUINOX EQUINOX 3:00 EQUINOX PM 3:003:00 3:00 PM3:00 PM pm F all /Spring Equinox

building layout sun analysis SOLARSOLAR STUDIES SOLAR STUDIES STUDIES SOLARSOLAR STUDIES SOLAR STUDIES STUDIES

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Professional Work Samples

Course Design Samples

Additional Samples

construction document samples Team members: Phillips Metsch Sweeney Moore Architects

I have had experience with developing Construction Documents through drafting courses and in my internships at Phillips Metsch Sweeney Moore Architects, David Baker and Partners Architects, and RMW Architecture and Interiors

new post

1

demo window detail: existing head

new post

2

demo window detail: existing mullion

demo window detail: jamb at corner

new jamb at corner

existing sill

arroyo grande high school

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IDEA

facility modernization

(50%

cd)


guadalupe union school district new jr. high

8” Lap Siding (7” exposure) 3/8” Structural Sheathing 2 x 4 Studs R-13 Insulation 1/2” Drywall 3/4” Plywood Subfloor 2 x Joist R-19 Insulation 4 x 6 P.T. Sill 12” x 5/8” 0 AB @ 4” O.C. #4 Rebar

6 x 6 Column 5/4” x 6” IPE Deck Board 2 x 6 Joist @ 24” o.c. w/ Simpson W26 Joist Hanger or Equal @ 6 x 6

2 x 6 Blkg 6 x 8 Girder w/ Simpson Beam Hanger btwn 6 x 6 Columns Hanger btwn 6 x 6 Columns 14” 0 Conic Pier 16 x 12 Pad Footing

“mock”

construction document samples from drafting course

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[educational

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INTRODUCTION [01- 03]

PROFESSIONAL DESIGN SAMPLES [04-17]

EDUCATIONAL DESIGN SAMPLES [20-25]

ADDITIONAL DESIGN SAMPLES [28-33]

DESIGN PHILOSOPHY CURRICULUM VITAE

GENSLER Naru Project Rendering Sustainable Design Strategy Webinar Graphics DAVID BAKER + PARTNERS ARCHITECTS Fillmore Park Affordable Housing Volcano House ROBINSON MILLS & WILLIAMS (RMW) Juniper Networks Campus Scott Boulevard Site and Sun Studies CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT SAMPLES Arroyo Grande High School IDEA Facility Modernization Guadalupe Union School District New Jr. High Drafting Coursework Samples

[IDENTITY] BEYOND CONSUMERISM Senior year thesis project SUNNYDALE AFFORDABLE HOUSING San Francisco Urban Design Internship Program

MATERIALS STUDY SKETCHBOOK WATERCOLORS, DRAWINGS, & METAL WORK ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY

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Course Design Samples

Professional Work Samples

Additional Samples

[identity] beyond consumerism Thesis Statement: How have our current patterns of over consumption shaped the way we perceive ourselves, and how can the built environment provide an alternative to these current patterns while promoting self-fulfilment and well being? This project was given the Best of Show award for the most sustainable project during the all fifth year Chumash architecture show. elemental

site:

personal exchange growth

899 Market Street, San Francisco California Powell Street BART Station

Downtown district

nature market

cafe

site

context tickets

friendly information BART energy transit

community

thrive circulation linkage

South of Market district

conceptual collage

current patterns of consumption messages to consume

ket Marreet St

over work and disconnection from society

future patterns of consumption community network and more time for family and friends

questioning messages ?

extraction, production, transportation, consumption, and waste waste created

form process

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buying local foods and products, only when necessary

[Post Consumerism] is “moving beyond the current model of addictive consumerism... utilizes values to identify the ‘satisfaction of enough for today.” composting, reusing, and recycling


Thesis Project,Fall 2011 & Winter 2012

market street rendering

cooking room permanent market exterior circulation craft/art/textile center personal space exercise space

program massing diagram

experiential egress ADA accessible main paths of travel

circulation diagram

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Professional Work Samples

Course Design Samples

Additional Samples

[identity] beyond consumerism

interior atrium rendering

interior rendering from forever

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Thesis Project,Fall 2011 & Winter 2012

Street Powell

model view

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Westfield Shopping Centre

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north-south section

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Westfield Shopping Centre

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model view of sky bridge

east-west section

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Professional Work Samples

Course Design Samples

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sunnydale affordable housing This real-life affordable housing project aims to provide safety and a sense of community to the residence of Sunnydale, California. Currently this area has a high rate of crime within its rundown and disconnected buildings. This site provides 56 two and three bedroom units with a central management office, community center, and laundry facilities for residence to share.

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overall site plan

Taken from Van Meter Williams Pollack Architects

Block 7, Project Site

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podium level site plan, block

Key 1 2345678-

initial site study diagram

n-s section

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Management Office Laundry Facility Community Room Typical 3 Bedroom Unit Typical 2 Bedroom Unit Secured Stairwell Entry Community Garden Children Play Area

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Fourth Year Design, Spring 2011

initial massing model

community center rendering

Office on public side of site with access to center of site

Low building height for views to community garden

mid-term stacking model

High point of site to block wind from NE Street entry to create “active edges” Community Center in middle of courtyard for access and to break up courtyard functions Open Stairwell for street views and light

final layout massing model

Lower edge of site to let in southern sun

design strategies diagram stairwell study model

e-w section

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[additional

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INTRODUCTION [01- 03]

PROFESSIONAL DESIGN SAMPLES [04-17]

EDUCATIONAL DESIGN SAMPLES [20-25]

ADDITIONAL DESIGN SAMPLES [28-33]

DESIGN PHILOSOPHY CURRICULUM VITAE

GENSLER Naru Project Rendering Sustainable Design Strategy Webinar Graphics DAVID BAKER + PARTNERS ARCHITECTS Fillmore Park Affordable Housing Volcano House ROBINSON MILLS & WILLIAMS (RMW) Juniper Networks Campus Scott Boulevard Site and Sun Studies CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT SAMPLES Arroyo Grande High School IDEA Facility Modernization Guadalupe Union School District New Jr. High Drafting Coursework Samples

[IDENTITY] BEYOND CONSUMERISM Senior year thesis project SUNNYDALE AFFORDABLE HOUSING San Francisco Urban Design Internship Program

MATERIALS STUDY SKETCHBOOK WATERCOLORS, DRAWINGS, & METAL WORK ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY

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Professional Work Samples

Course Design Samples

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materials study This materials study is intended to question, salvage, and transform the icon of consumerism, pushing users to re-think the every day experience of consumption and the use of the shopping cart. By applying the concept of material reuse without waste or downcycling, this materials study reforms the shopping cart, an icon of consumerism, and turns into a useful piece intended for relaxation and wellbeing. This piece was recognized in the Cal Poly Arts, Excellence in Original Work award.

exploded diagram

contextual photograph

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transformation diagram


Fall 2011, Thesis

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Professional Work Samples

Course Design Samples

Additional Samples

SKETCHBOOK WATERCOLORS, DRAWINGS, & METAL WORK

watercolor

graphite

wtercolor

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graphite, pen,

&

prisma color


Summer 2010

and

Various Dates

study abroad travel journal page

welded metal sculpture

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Professional Work Samples

Course Design Samples

Additional Samples

architectural photography

brion-vega cemetary, san vito d’altivole, italy, carlo scarpa

house for a musician, scharans, switzerland, valerio olgiati

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Summer 2010

holocaust memorial, berlin, germany, peter eisenman

saint benedict chapel, sumvitg, switzerland, peter zumthor

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THANK YOU Sarah Fleming www.sarahfleming.net sarahfleming7@gmail.com

303.810.6714

site plan, age five

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