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portfolio

stephanie helmberger

a collection of works from studies at Texas Tech University


stephanie helmberger stephanie.helmberger@ttu.edu @steph_helm

(cover) FiINish perspective composite

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table of contents

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FiINsh

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Verona

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Building That Exhibits Itself

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Tugendhat - A Study

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(above) Verona site plan

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(01) FiINish the experience between Spring 2017 Professor: Rafael Beneytez Duran Project Location: White Sands, NM

There are fish in the sea, and spheres in the sand. The idea for both of these similar occurances are the relationship that happens between themselves. With the idea of a sphere being mulitple points that rotate around a center point, and the overlapping of multple spheres that can occur, the connection between fish and building pods, water and sand, is made. The sand in White Sands, NM is like water. It moves, it breathes, it gives life. The project within the site becomes alive, like fish. It is a compound made of pods that connect to allow a network and relationship to form within and around them. Two main circulation paths occur that provide similar, but different ends within the pods. Each path allows the user to be within the pods, but also be outside and around them, at different level heights. Movement on all levels are then influenced by others, because once someone exits a pod, they are seen throughout the site. Because the sand of the site is shifting constantly, the pods are further like fish and can become enveloped within the water. The shifting of users aids in the shifting of pods, the building seemingly swimming within an ocean. This embraced reaction to the site shows that the project sometimes will just exist, and access becomes an exclusive thing. Making an imprint on sand emphasizes the lightly treading relationship of fish in the sea.

(above) fish influence on project (middle) parti model (bottom) overlay diagram of project

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(above) concept diagrams (middle) study model being influenced by the site

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Professors: David Iscern Julie Zook Partner: Nicole Lide Project Location: Verona, Italy The design proposal to the site of La Dogana aims to create new use and experience to the Adige River through the design concept of a sequence of points. The design proposal breaks down the site and program conditions into four types of point conditions. The site and project are experienced in these four ways. An experience is either through an Object-things that populate the site, a Space -- a transition or intersection, Vector -- a path or view, or a Place -- activity. These four types of experiences are arranged in sequence by the following conditions--a Space is always sequenced by a Vector, a Space is never a singular point, and a sequence must be terminated by a Vector. These conditions allow the design and use of the site and design proposal to extend past the boundaries of the site into the larger urban context. By requiring a sequence to end in a Vector, the sequence does not terminate on site but instead extends through and off the site. The design proposal looks to revitalize the way the river is experienced and assessed in the city of Verona. As one of the few remaining accessible points to the river edge, the site of La Dogana has large urban impact on the city. This design proposal for the La Dogana Site aims to create new uses and experiences of the Adige River through the addition and design of areas that allow for river access, views, use, and proximity to that river edge. The goal is to enrich the role the Adige River serves in the urban context of Verona, Italy.

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(above) site context images (middle left) (middle right) interior perspective river view perspective (bottom) La Dogana perspective


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(above) site analysis diagrams (middle left) point diagram (middle right) sequence diagram

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(03) Building That Exhibits Itself a museum of its own Fall 2017 Professor: Bennett Neiman Project Location: Site Unknown

The development of 3 systems that enclose and shape the 5 main spaces within, allow this project to exhibit itself in relation to the water around the site. The first system encloses the spaces with elements such as floor, roof, walls. Which is then punctured by the secondary system made up of trellises. These act as an impact to the simplicity of the enclosed areas. The tertiary system involves overhead elements that further develope the characteristics within the first two systems. With influence from the supermodel before, the 5 main spaces act and impact on the site through how the site drops towards the water’s edge. Main constant element within the project is that of the roof height. Main varibale element if the floor change throughout the project.

(above) exhibiting supermodel images

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(above) first itteration models (middle) section through main hall (below) section through entry

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(04) Tugendhat the study of light construction Fall 2017 Professor: Rafael Beneytez Duran Partner: Logan Patton Architect: Mies van der Rohe Project Location: Brno, Czech Republic The Villa Tugendhat captures an experience using its own reflection, non-materials, and the dual reality of the exterior and interior blending together in a single datum. The materials that aid the Villa Tugendhat help to provide an experience with no interruptions of heavy structure. The columns that support the load are clad ina chrome finish that allows for them to “become invisible� to the experience.The flooring is a white linoleum that is a neutral color and acts as a base to the experience. The two walls, the curved and flat, are special barriers between the types of spaces that are used in the open floor plan. The burved ebony wood wall seperates the dining area from the lounging area, as the flat onyx wall seperates the study area from louging area. The phenomenal environment that takes place around these materials happens at the window plane of glass that become the main blurred line of interior and exterior. To capture this experience in our own project, we study the datum of dual reality. With a window tint material, we developed our own mirror datum that reflects the studies of our drawings, but allows the user to see through to the simple representation model that emphasizes certain 3D aspects of the perspective drawing. In an attempt to represent the experience of the VIlla Tugendhat in the single datum reflection in the model, we combine the mirror images, non-materials, and dual reality that make the experience.

(above) study model of mirror datum (middle) flat and 3D side of project (bottom) perspective projected on 3D

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“Ludwig Mies van der Rohe: the Tugendhat House�, Hammer-Tugendhat, Daniela and Wolf Tegethoff / Springer / 2000

(above) light construction within the Villa Tugendhat (middle) keyword application diagrams

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top left, clockwise: Intangible, Nonmaterial, Veiled, Transposed


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Resume

2521 63rd Street Lubbock, Texas 79413 T: 972.658.2632 E: stephanie.helmberger@ttu.edu W: https://issuu.com/stephaniehelmberger

Objective

Highly motivated individual seeking the opportunity of an internship; bringing previous intern experience and willingness to learn about many sectors of architecture

Education

Texas Tech University Graduate Student 3.7 GPA Bachelor of Science in Architecture 3.4 GPA

Collin College Dual Credit Classes: 12 credits Core Subjects: 33 credits 3.5 GPA

Spring 2017-present August 2013-December 2016

Internship

Callaway Architecture Assisted architect certified project leaders in health care facilities Designed 3D models in Rhino for project perspectives Colored elevations for exterior materials Made red line changes on multiple projects Designed interior elevations and floor plan design

Experience Starbucks- Barista

Summer 2015- present

August 2013- present

Making custom order drinks in a timely fashion Remembering recipes Handling money and taking orders

Dairy Queen- Drive-Thru Cashier

2011-2013

August 2012- June 2013

Customer service Handling money and taking orders Remembering recipes

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Taste of Belgium- Hostess

June 2012- August 2012

Customer service Organized seating arrangements Handling money

Skills

Work with architectural software such as Rhino, AutoCAD, Adobe Cloud and Revit Work with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel Customer service and public relations

Volunteer Work

Rotary Youth Leadership Award June 2011-present Award Recipient (2011): learned when to lead and when to stand back Assistant Counselor (2012): became th eliasion between campers, counselors, and staff; provided campers another resource to talk to during their leadership development Staff (2013 - present): work year round to support the camp and its evolving structure, contribute time and effort to help the camp succeed

Achievements

2013 - 2014: TTU President Transfer Scholarship 2014 - 2015: TTU President Transfer Scholarship, SJ Cook Scholarhsip 2015 - 2016: SJ Cook Scholarhsip 2016 - 2017: TTU Haire Architecture Scholarship, SJ Cook Scholarship 2017 - 2018: TTU Souter Endowed Architecture Scholarship, TTU Gault Architecture Scholarship, SJ Cook Scholarship

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