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U N I V E R S I T Y O F C I N C I N N AT I ‘13 BS Arc hitecture

P R E - C O L L E G E D E S I G N C A M P S ‘08 @ Pratt (inter ior design) @ Wash U in St.Louis (architecture)

BRAIN

analytical problem solving, obser vation, communication, connecting elements of life

HAND

sketching, model cr afting, dr awing (pen, pencil), painting (watercolor, acr ylic , ink), mixed media

DIGITAL 2D: 3D:

C AD, Photoshop, InDesign, Illustr ator Revit, Rhino, SketchUp

LANGUAGES

fluent in English (lived in the U.S. since age 13) native in Japanese (bor n and r aised in Tokyo) lear ning French (prepar ing for Par is Study ‘12)

INSPIRATIONS

70’s how-to books, San Fr ancisco, str anger s, diver sity

co K E N L I N S T E A D T A R C H I T E C T S op Residential; San Fr ancisco, C A

(Sept - Dec ‘11)

existing building sur vey, modeling in Sketchup, problem solving, and or ganizing architectur al design infor mation in C AD and Excel

co F R C H D E S I G N W O R L D W I D E (March op Retail Inter ior Arc hitecture Cincinnati, OH

- June ‘11)

constr uction documents, schematic design

U R B A N O U T F I T T E R S (Summer ‘11) Sales Associate : cater ing an exciting, hip exper ience to ever y shopper

U P P E R A R L I N G T O N H S ‘09

S TA R B U C K S (Sept ‘10 - March ‘11) Bar ista : br ightening ever y customer with a dr ink and a smile

recognition

skills

education

references available upon request

experience

614.446.1174 osadaso@mail.uc .edu

LEADERSHIP Japan Tsunami Relief T-shir t Fundraiser (March - Sept ‘11)

I initiated the Cincinnati-wide fundr aiser after illustr ating my thoughts as a T-shir t design. By selling the shir ts and having people wear them around campus, I r aised about $2000 and awareness.

Student Or ientation Leader (Apr il - Sept ‘10)

In a diver se team of 30 highly selected representatives of Univer sity of Cincinnati, I welcomed incoming freshmen and their parents, led small group activities, shared stor ies from my exper ience , and kept connections even after school star ted.

SCHOLARSHIPS

academic/leader ship/involvement/ar t-based aid Cincinnatus ‘09-’12; Dor is Nelson Ar t ‘09; John and Nor ma H. Richards ‘10; Al Neyer ‘11

national honor s Alpha Lambda Delta, NSCS, Phi Sigma Theta, Presidential Volunteer Award ’09

ART AWARDS

Ohio Scholastics Ar t Show ‘09 (gold, silver, 2 honor able mentions, por tfolio); Gover nor s Ar t Regional Awards ‘09


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Wel co m e to m y po r tfo lio ! Up on cr af tin g th es e pa ge s,

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“How can lear ning be enhanced at For t Ancient Archaelogical Park?�

8-week project : summer 2011

L aye r E x p l o re


P RO J E C T A S S I G N M E N T

Design a museum for For t Ancient Arc haelo gical Park. exhibit spaces stor age

outdoor space landscaping

research libr ar y

CONCEPT

Let visitor s under stand the common theme of the site: “la y er s”

1. ar tifacts exhibited on the “layer” that cor responds to the height they were found in. 2. exter ior approach: walk down the “layer s” facing the gr and view of the sloping landscape 3. inter ior flow: the “layer s” var y in shapes which creates continuous spaces

CONTRIBUTION

design revit (building model) site analysis photoshop (render ing) illustr ator (diagr ams, section render ing)


“Common theme of the site?”

Archaeologists subtract layers of earth to excavate

Indians added layers of earth to make the mounds

Sedimentary layers tell the site’s gradual history


“How can a space convey these ideas of layers?”

Place ar tifacts at the depth they were found

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Research Library for Further Exploration

Historic AD 1750 - Present

Late Prehistoric AD 1000 - 1750 Late Woodland AD 450 - 1000 Middle Woodland 1 BC - AD 450 Early Woodland 1000 - 1 BC Archaic 8000 - 1000 BC Paleoindian 13000 - 8000 BC Entrance to the Exploratory Layers


sketch iterations for layered movement

through groups of layers

through individual layers

in plan


Visual introduction to the site in the layered approach


model iterations for layered geometry

ideation sketches

clay model

models


Spatial stor ytelling through the layered exhibits


“How about reading and wr iting in the woods?”

8-week project : fall 2010

T re e o f K n ow l e d ge


P RO J E C T A S S I G N M E N T

Design a literar y center for reading and writing . reading

wr iting

stor age

meeting

author’s residence

CONCEPT

Bring in the woods experience.

1. sensor y environment that is reflective and dynamic 2. zoning inspired by an individual tree str ucture 3. fixtures inspired by tree br anches and roots

CONTRIBUTION

design site analysis wind/sun study sketchup (window detail) hand dr awing (elevation, section, per spectives)


“Relationship to the site?�

Multi-Family Homes

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Commercial Burnett Woods

neighboring woods

sun

wind


“What’s the exper ience?”

sound

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sight

less interactions circulation

Br ing in the woods exper ience.

sensory experience

zoning more interactions

light seat

books

branched fixtures


sensory experience filtered light

wind

tree in the middle

central circulation

sitting under branches

bent strips

zoning

branched fixtures


filtered light test

cross ventilation

circulation around the tree

trunk-like circulation

bent branches

roots and branches as fixtures


leaves plastic flaps with various opacities that filter sunlight and make fluttering sounds

windows adjustable cross ventilation

blind adjustable shading


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author’s residence storage/office

Semi-Private Lower Branches

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reading/writing space books circulation desk

Threshold Ground

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entrance outdoor seating

Public Root

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lecture space cafe giftshop

Trunk Circulation

stairs elevator mechanics


“What would a half cube look like?”

3-week project : fall 2009

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P RO J E C T A S S I G N M E N T

Design a cube that is 50% solid and 50% void.

CONCEPT

Optical illusion of 50% with a mathematical approac h.

{(4^3) x (4^3)} x 50% ? ......................Looks 50% ?

[{(4 x 4) x 50%} ^ 3] x (4^3) ?

CONTRIBUTION

design

woodwor king

sketchup diagr ams


“50%?”


“Work at FRCH Design Worldwide.�

I D E AT I O N iter ations to fit an image of a flower bouquet

P R E L I M I N A RY P L A N C AD

P R E S E N TAT I O N photoshop render ing (cour tesy of FRCH; per sonally edited)

Lotte Department Store 10-week internship: spring 2011

P re l i m i n a r y D e s i g n


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PLUMBING VALVE ACCESS

FOR TILE INSTALLATION. FLOOR TILE

NOTE: MOUNT ACCESS DOOR DIRECTLY ABOVE BASE TILE. - COORDINATE LOCATIONS WITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR.

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CUSTOM MIRROR WITH 1" BEVELED EDGE. MOUNTED TO 1 2" PLYWOOD. PLYWOOD TO BE CUT 1 2" FROM SIDES OF MIRROR. PLYWOOD EDGE TO BE BLACK LAMINATE.

CUSTOM MIRROR WITH 1" BEVELED EDGE. MOUNTED TO 1 2" PLYWOOD. PLYWOOD TO BE CUT 1 2" FROM SIDES OF MIRROR. PLYWOOD EDGE PAINTED BLACK.

3" HIGH 3CM GRANITE BACK AND SIDE SPLASH.

3CM (11 4") GRANITE COUNTERTOP WITH 1 4" EASED EDGE PROFILE.

3CM GRANITE COUNTERTOP WITH 1 4" EASED EDGE PROFILE. BRUSHED STAINLESS STEEL APRON ON 3 4" PLYWOOD BLOCKING. ATTACH BLOCKING TO STEEL ANGLE. CONTINUOUS 21 2"X21 2" X 1 " STEEL ANGLE WITH 4 END ATTACHMENT PLATES. WELD CONTINUOUS ANGLE FRAME BACK TO WALL. PROVIDE IN-WALL BLOCK AS REQUIRED FOR ATTACHMENT.

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31 2" HIGH 1 2" GRANITE BACK AND SIDE SPLASH.

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EXISTING STUD WALL WITH GYPSUM BOARD EACH SIDE. PATCH AND REPAIR WALL AS REQUIRED FOR NEW PLUMBING WORK.

Pheasant Lane Mall Nashua, NH

Owner

Simon Property Group, Inc. 225 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204

Architect

513.241.3000

Structural Engineer

617.868.1200

Lighting Designer

407.487.1143

Construction Manager

508.875.4100

FRCH/Architecture, Inc. P.C. 311 Elm Street, Suite 600 Cincinnati, OH 45202

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LeMessurier Consultants 675 Massachusetts Ave. Cambridge, MA 02139

CTG Lighting Design Studio 255 South Orange Avenue, Suite 1600 Orlando, Florida 32801

SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0"

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The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company 1 Speen Street, Suite 120 Framingham, MA 01701

2.5CM (1") GRANITE RAIL WITH 1 4" EASED EDGE PROFILE. ST 1

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3 5 8" 20 GA. STUD FRAMING AT 16"O.C. (TYP.)

EXISTING MTL. FRAMING & TILE BACKER UNIT.

3 5 8" 20 GA. STUD FRAMING AT 16"O.C. (TYP.)

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CUSTOM MIRROR WITH 1" BEVELED EDGE. MOUNTED TO 1 2" PLYWOOD. PLYWOOD TO BE CUT 1 2" FROM SIDES OF MIRROR. PLYWOOD EDGE PAINTED BLACK.

5 " TILE BACKER 8 UNIT. TYPICAL FOR TILE INSTALLATION.

3" HIGH 3CM GRANITE BACK AND SIDE SPLASH.

3CM (11 4") GRANITE COUNTERTOP WITH 1 4" EASED EDGE PROFILE.

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31 2" HIGH 1 2" GRANITE BACK AND SIDE SPLASH.

EXIST. WALL TO REMAIN

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Architect

513.241.3000

Structural Engineer

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FRCH/Architecture, Inc. P.C. 311 Elm Street, Suite 600 Cincinnati, OH 45202

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LeMessurier Consultants 675 Massachusetts Ave. Cambridge, MA 02139

Lighting Designer

407.487.1143

CTG Lighting Design Studio 255 South Orange Avenue, Suite 1600 Orlando, Florida 32801

Construction Manager The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company 1 Speen Street, Suite 120 Framingham, MA 01701

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2.5CM (1") GRANITE RAIL WITH 1 4" EASED EDGE PROFILE. ST 1 3CM (11 4") GRANITE COUNTERTOP WITH 1 4" EASED EDGE PROFILE. ST 1 BRUSHED STAINLESS STEEL APRON ON 3 4" PLYWOOD BLOCKING. ATTACH BLOCKING TO STEEL ANGLE. CONTINUOUS 31 2"X21 2" X 1 " STEEL ANGLE WITH 4 END ATTACHMENT PLATES. WELD CONTINUOUS ANGLE FRAME BACK TO WALL. PROVIDE IN-WALL BLOCK AS REQUIRED FOR ATTACHMENT.

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GRANITE RAIL AT OPEN / LAVATORY SIDES, TYP. ST 1 31 2" HIGH 1 2" GRANITE BACK AND SIDE SPLASH. WALL TYPE PER PLAN WHERE NO SIDE WALL EXIST, CONTINUE STL. SUPPORT ANGLE VERT. LEG. SECURE TO WOOD BLOCKING, TYP.

5 " TILE BACKER 8 UNIT. TYPICAL FOR TILE INSTALLATION.

3CM (11 4") GRANITE COUNTERTOP WITH 1 4" EASED EDGE PROFILE. ST 1

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METAL STUDS AT 16" O.C. WITH 5 8" TILE BACKER UNIT FOR TILE INSTALLATION.

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As Noted Restroom Set

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PLOTTED: 6/8/2011 - 5:38 PM

3 5 8" 20 GA. STUD FRAMING AT 16"O.C. (TYP.)

TO STRUCTURE ABOVE

MOUNTING PER MANUFACTURERS RECOMMENDATIONS.

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USER: DWILLIAMS

WHERE NO SIDE WALL EXIST, CONTINUE STL. SUPPORT ANGLE VERT. LEG. SECURE TO WOOD BLOCKING, TYP.

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SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

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Pheasant Lane Mall

Construction Documentation


“Work at Ken Linsteadt Architects.�

MODEL SketchUp, highly detailed to comply with the design

MXB Sonoma Estate Stable 10-week internship: fall 2011

Design Development


M A S T E R B AY W I N D O W SketchUp model

EXISTING HOUSE C AD (elevations, plans), on-site measur ing

Klein House & Green House

Detail Modeling & Site Documentation


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