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STACEY MONDEIK

100 Rogers Ave, 3L Brooklyn, NY 11216, 414.364.3244 smondeik@hotmail.com

OBJECTIVE To develop as a Junior Designer while advancing my eventual goal of becoming a licensed architect in New York EXPERIENCE Bostudio Architecture NOV. 2012- Present junior http://www.bostudio.us/ architect White Street -60,000 SF high-energy performance mixed-use renovation and penthouse addition in TriBeCa -prepared Landmarks, DOB filing and bid documents and attended client, HUB and Landmark meetings -created 3-D computer models to explore design options and rendered presentation images -coordinated with consultant and vendors to achieve rigorous sustainability goals -managed junior designers with less experience Bergen Beer Hall -partook in the construction administration for an 9,000 SF drinking establishment with vendorbooths in Crown Heights 36th Street renovation -assisted in design development and completed DOB documents

intern architect

Kindness Architecture + Planning 2008-2009 www.kindnessarchitecture.com Downer Streetscape -assisted in client meetings, created layouts and produced renderings Latitude Apartments -completed a set of CD’s for a mid-rise residential project Bay View net-zero -researched sustainable materials, products and techniques for the initial design Transera-developed certificate of appropriateness documents for the Historic Goll mansion, the renovation portion of a high-end residential tower

Community Design SoluƟon 2007-2008 www.cds.uwm.edu student Bronzeville, Root River and Atwater Beach -assisted in community design meetings for developments as a designer integral member of a non-profit organization focus on community-based projects Capital West Neighborhood Development -researched housing needs and produced promotional materials Gardens by Garland Summer 2007 design http://www.garlandalliance.com/ intern Anderson Residence -created presentation images, working drawings and construction documents EDUCATION Washington University in Saint Louis 2009-2011 M ARCH Studied in Helsinki, Finland- Spring 2010 Worked as 3-D lab monitor- Fall 2010 and Lasercut monitor- Spring 2011 Henges Scholarship recipient BSAS

The University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee 2005-2008 Studied in Japan- Summer 2006 and Mayaquez, Puerto Rico- Fall studio trip 2007 Art History Minor The Milwaukee InsƟtute of Art and Design 2003-2005 Studied Interior Architecture and Design- half-tuition merit scholarship recipient

ADDITIONAL Drawing, digital modeling, rendering, graphic layout, digital fabrication, physical modeling and prototyping using SKILLS Auto-CAD, Rhino, Sketch-up, Revit Arch(beg.), V-Ray, Maxwell, Kerkythea, In-Design, Photoshop, Illustrator, Master-CAM, CNC milling machine and laser cutter.


SUSTAINABILITY AND LUXURY

WORK. 2012-Present

Lobby

Lounge opƟon A (groƩo design by Future Green)

Lounge opƟon B

Second floor kitchen

Penthouse bathroom

This mixed-use renovation and penthouse addition in TriBeCa is focused on creating sustainable luxury. The building is divided into two uses, one half for residences and the other half for offices spaces. Both side containing ground floor, cellar and subcellar commercial spaces. Sustainable features include the reuse of rainwater, a green wall and energy efficient materials, fixtures and appliances all made in the USA. In addition, the historic facade for both buildings will be restored with triple glazed tilt and turn windows, pending Landmarks approval.

Stacey Mondeik smondeik@hotmail.com


FINNISH CULTURAL INSTITUTE IN NEW YORK

STUDIO. SPRING 2010

Final model

The intersecĆ&#x;on of Spring and Mercer

Gallery space

Early models

Conceptual model showing the changing Finnish character from Winter to Summer

Finns are widely know for their quiet nature. However, as the seasons change, a shift takes place. In Spring, a desire to be more extroverted is incited in parallel with the thawed landscape. I became interested in this change of character and also the contrasting landscape of New York and Helsinki. My goal was to create a recognizably Finnish landscape which matched the intensity of New York. Acting as a refuge for Finns looking for silence in the city that never sleeps, the project could also transform seasonally into a more sociable exhibit of Finnish art and culture.

Stacey Mondeik smondeik@hotmail.com


SHEET LOGICS-SEAMS

STUDIO. SPRING 2010

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PaƩerns for darƟng methods Fabricated panels

Structural and spaƟal strategy SpaƟal and structural models

Beginning with a flat sheet, our team manipulated fabric using darts. Darting is a construction method commonly used in the fashion industry which involves the cutting, removal and rejoining of material. The darting method was not only used to design the structural and spatial strategy but also the cladding and fenestration. During the studio, we built a prototype of the skin using HDPE, a smooth white plastic. In both scales of design we used seams to increase the volume and to create apertures. The fabric-like form was retained using hand-manipulations, a way of customizing each panel on site.

Stacey Mondeik smondeik@hotmail.com


NUTRI-POD: FOOD PANTRY AND DISTRIBUTION CENTER

Urban farm network system along The Chicago River

STUDIO. SPRING 2011

POD system inserted into urban farms to adapt to seasonal growth

PotenĆ&#x;al site plan for the main food pantry and distribuĆ&#x;on center

To address the problem of hunger in the city of Chicago, one needs to look at the availability of fresh fruits and vegetables. Not only is the proximity to fresh food in urban areas a problem but this is amplified by the extreme regional climate and short growing season in Chicago. Nutri-POD endeavors to mediate the brown-field site along the Chicago River creating a grid of raised beds which could grow food during the summer but also act as foundations for storage units or greenhouses during winter. These farms could utilize the natural river network system using barges to distribute fresh food.

Stacey Mondeik smondeik@hotmail.com


APARTMENTS

STUDIO. FALL 2009

Street view

SecƟonal perspecƟve of interior courtyards

RooŌop terraces

The urban fabric is deteriorating. Ruins of the city articulate the streets of St. Louis. Detached from the economic strife that plagues the north side, there is a beauty in the decrepit landscape. Although our architecture studio took a definite and optimistic position, seeing a sudden revitalization and most likely gentrification of the neighborhood, I took a different approach. I built for what was there or what could be. This lead me to the idea of reflection. The surface of the exterior panels are reflective adapting to the cities vicissitudes. In addition, unlike transparency, reflectivity creates an environment of contemplation. To create space for this, I manipulated the mass of the building to form inner courtyards and provide outdoor, protected space for the residents.

Stacey Mondeik smondeik@hotmail.com


Mondeik resume