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My name is Shanne Stines, and I am a third year student, currently studying Architecture at the University of Waterloo. I enjoy roadtrips, writing, bird rehabilitation, pen sketching and documenting everyday life. I am interested in creating accessible architecture; bringing beauty, innovation and sensibility to those who find themselves in less fortunate situations, and making architecture less a prize of the elite, and more a tool for the masses. II


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elevate. connect. play! 1

cambridge crystal 9

a hole in the wall 19

stagger. cantilever. modulate 25

the palette 29

curriculum vitae 33 letters of recommendation 35

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spring 2015 studio

autocad adobe illustrator adobe photoshop rhinoceros 5 vray basswood modeling

Elevate. Connect. Play! targets the disparity between low and high-income areas on the Don Valley and their access to nature, via trail system. To do this, this project provides a series of immersive outdoor spaces that at once gives an opportunity for less privileged children of Flemingdon Park to access and interact with nature, as well as connect the community to the existing trail system on the other side of the river, and therefore, with the rest of the city of Toronto. The outdoor interaction program is unique in its ability to provide different experiences to the users, in relation to the topography of the site, via a sky-playground, as well as to connect to the existing trail system, via a simple ground trail system. The program is split into two buildings; a main administrative structure that consists of a basic block corkscrewing around a circulation core, to bring users from the city on the plateau, into the ravine; and an extended platform that, while level, offers different experiences to users, depending on the topography below it.

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top: skybridge section bottom: interior render left: exterior render, from east bank of don river elevate. connect. play!


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top: interior render right: exterior render, from atop skybridge bottom: plan of skybridge elevate. connect. play!


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axonometric drawing elevate. connect. play!


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wellington street

main street

harris street

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lutz street

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fall 2014 studio

adobe illustrator adobe photoshop rhinoceros 5 vray

The Cambridge Crystal aims to use the traits possessed by crystals to activate the site of galt that lies at the nexus of three important zones; the private-residential east, the public-commercial west, and the public infrastructure to the south - a major bus terminal. A crystal is a multifaceted object, both in the literal and in the figurative senses. Crystals possess a translucent, permeable quality. They are also hard, solid objects that possess the ability to define. Crystals manipulate rays of light to reflect what is found around them. These qualities make crystals highly valued, and beckons them to be treated as beacons. Cambridge, as of now, lacks a beacon - a defining object that successfully captures all of its qualities. The Cambridge Crystal does just that; it mirrors its surroundings, and in that way, becomes a beacon. It provides a hard edge between the public-commercial core and the residential zone, where there was no hard edge before.

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left: ground floor plan top right: winter render bottom right: summer render cambridge crystal


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longitudinal section looking west

transverse section through pool looking north

transverse section through core looking north

transverse section through auditorium looking north cambridge crystal


second floor, third floor, third floor (clockwise from upper left corner) 14


Pinewood Avenue

Wychwood Aven

St. Clair Avenue West

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winter 2014 studio

adobe illustrator adobe photoshop rhinoceros 5 vray

This is a midrise building situated on St. Clair Avenue West, Toronto; an urban thoroughfare experiencing rapid growth and rapid densification. A characteristic of this street, and many others is the presence of a very consistent urban wall. While this hightens the sense of urbanity in a city, it also creates a condition that leaves little room for rest, observation and reflection. This building looks to break the relentless urban wall that predominates the streetfront to create a courtyard, a condition not found anywhere else on the street. This courtyard acts as a place of repose, reflection, and observation for residents and pedestrians alike.

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left: first floor plan top right: section a bottom right: section b a hole in the wall


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from left to right: floor 2, floor 3+4, floor 5+6, floor 7 a hole in the wall


1. bedrooms 2. bathrooms 3. kitchens + living rooms 20


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winter 2014 studio collaboration with: Shabaan Khokar, Thomas Noussis & Ivee Wang

adobe illustrator adobe photoshop rhinoceros 5 vray

A study into the transformation of the unused urban, ”junk” space of Cambridge, Ontario into low-density housing, “Stagger. Cantilever. Modulate” is a modern and modular take on the Victorian row-house and makes it modular in order to fit various spacial conditions and different urban contexts.

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site section and plan stagger. cantilever. modulate.


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top left: unit plans bottom left: section A looking north top: exterior render looking west bottom: exterior render looking east stagger. cantilever. modulate.


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1. steel cladding 2. awning window 3. light steel frame 4. wall assembly 5. steel truss system 6. casement window 7. shared concrete wall 8. cement board 9. wood siding 10. hip roof detail 11. concrete foundation

exploded axonometric view stagger. cantilever. modulate.


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detroit station for the arts autocad competition in collaboration adobe illustrator with Philippe Fournier adobe photoshop rhinoceros 5 vray sketchup

A new artistic community has emerged from the rubble of Detroit. They see the city as a blank canvas waiting to be coloured. The canvas is a symbol of hope, of a fresh start, fo endless possibilities. All they need is a place to begin. They have the talents to recolour their city. We will give them The Palette. Michigan Central Station is to be repurposed as a dual gallery and residential space. The ground floor, the former concourse of the train station is to be repurposed as a gallery and presentation space, with multiple galleries, and auditoriums for both graphic and dramatic presentations. We propose to enlist local artistic talent to work in creating murals, graffiti art, and found-object sculpture with which to adorn the walls and spaces of the public rooms. In doing so, we celebrate and reward the hidden gifts of Detroit’s creative class while using their skills towards rejuvenating their community.

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12. 13. 14. 1. cafĂŠ 2. exhibition hall a 3. gallery a 4. hotel lobby 5. exhibition hall b 6. tickets/vault 7. kitchen 8. restaurant 9. gallery b 10. auditorium a 11. gallery c 12. classrooms 13. auditorium b 14. backstage/storage 15. dressing rooms left: ground floor plan right: lobby render the palette

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exterior rendering the palette


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curriculum vitae 608-121 acorn place mississauga, ontario l4z3n3

work experience

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e: shanne.stines@live.ca w: shannestines.com t: 1-647-391-1304

Digital Taylor Hazell Architects 2015 Adobe Creative Suite (Ai + Architectural assistant; Dw + Id + Ps + ) collaborated restoration Autodesk AutoCAD projects; completed working HTML Code drawing sets; worked on HCD Microsoft Office plan for King-Spadina Area. Rhinoceros 5 Scotiabank Real Estate 2015 Junior designer collaborated Sketchup on interior design projects; Vray filed work reports; completed Analog Hand Drafting (Graphite + working drawing sets. Ink) Region of Peel 2014 Hand Modelling (Basswood + Interior renovator overhauled Museum Board + Foamcore) 50+ year old spaces; communicated with senior citizens to address their concerns. Labels 2012-2013 Collaborated with coworkers to provide customer service; managed logistics of incoming and outgoing merchandise.

education

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University of Waterloo 2013- Honours Bachelor of Architectural Studies Expected Graduation: 2018 Cambridge, Ontario

Waterloo President’s Scholarship Ontario Scholar Physics Proficiency Award English Proficiency Award Visual Arts Student of the Year

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January 18, 2016

Shanne Stines 608 – 121 Acorn Place Mississauga, ON L42 3N3 To Whom It May Concern: Shanne Stines worked as a co-op architecture student (University of Waterloo) at Taylor Hazell Architects Ltd. from September through mid-December, 2015. During this time he carried out his assignments in a professional and efficient manner. Shanne performed his work with care and diligence, and always worked well with other project team members. Shanne primarily worked on seven assignments. As a team member he helped architects and principals. This work involved a great deal of organization, including careful presentation of complex presentation materials for client meetings. Needless to say, we were pleased with Shanne’s contribution to the work of the firm during his time here, and wish him all the best in his future endeavours.

Sincerely,

Jill Taylor, OAA, FRAIC, MAA, NSAA, AAPEI, CAHP Principal

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