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ANNSLEE ELIZABETH STEVENSON Architectural Designer


Personal Statement I am a design ethusiast with a passion for architectural branding and presentation layouts. I am a fast learner and love challenging myself with new problems to solve. I bring energy to every task I am given and strive to make a positive impact on everyone I meet..


ANNSLEE STEVENSON

stannslee@gmail.com

900 Greenridge Road • Columbus OH • 43235

education

skills

2009-2013

Bachelor of Science in Architecture University of Cincinnati School of Architecture and Interior Design Cincinnatus Scholar, Dean’s List

2005-2009

Centennial High School Valedictorian, Class of 2009 Vice President of National Honor Society Varsity Swim Team, 2005-2009

experience mar-aug 2012

mar-may 2011 sep-dec 2011

2008-2010

614-562-5304

revit autocad rhinoceros sketchup vectorworks photoshop illustrator indesign microsoft office

interests Nelligan White Architects Internship New York, NY Learned: initiative, leadership, presentation

design

3D Group, Inc. Internship Columbus, OH Learned: time management, communication

presentation

Columbus Recreation & Parks Lifeguard Columbus, OH Learned: team work, mentor-ship, responsibility

crafts

fashion

kayaking

hiking

art

reading


TABLE OF CONTENTS Tectonic

Site

Context

Lyceum


Kroger

Timber in the City

Personal

Professional


Using the tectonic components of mass, plane, and frame, create an urban elementary school following a linear arrangement. Insert this tectonic intervention into an existing urban armature. objective

Connect classrooms, library, cafeteria, and auditorium on linear path. Create a linear path that weaves among the existing urban structures, activating the site. concept

Utilize a mechanical spine to arrange the program. This mechanical spine will feed subsequents spaces and become the base and centerpiece of the school’s plan and linear arrangement. proposal


TECTONIC Linear Spine


Hybrid Drawing, Photoshop


Plan, Illustrator


Model Photos, Bass Wood and MDF


Model Photo, Bass Wood and MDF


Section Perspective, Illustrator


Perspective, Photoshop


Design a musuem and lodge at Fort Ancient, a nearby earthworks of the Hopewell people and archaelogical treasure. objective

Create a complex that allows the site to remain relatively untouched. Add viewing opportunities without taking away from the natural beauty or archealogical integrity of the earthen mounds. concept

Place two sculptural buildings outside of the sacred space creating by the mounds, nesting into the earth and extending the plane, creating new viewing platforms and opportunities. proposal


SITE Extension


Perspective, Revit, Photoshop


Topo/Vegetation/Water Diagrams, Photoshop


Sections, Illustrator


Plans, Illustrator 3

4


Perspectives, Revit, Photoshop


Perspectives, Revit, Photoshop


Create a senior center for the vibrant neighborhood of Clifton, Ohio that respects the architectural context in which it lies. objective

Understanding age as a series of layers, adding beauty and complexity as time goes on, create a community space that reaches the social needs of seniors in various dimensions. concept

Program three levels of activity that occur vertically thoughout the center: learn, create, display. Place the main program in a center core and let activity occur according adjacenies. Utilize the building as a means for seniors to stay active, physically and mentally. proposal


CONTEXT Senior Center


Site Plan, Photoshop


Surrounding Context


Floor Plan, Illustrator


Exploded Axon, Rhino, Illustrator


Section Perspective, Rhino, Photoshop


Wall Type Study, Photoshop

wall type study


Adopting the role of an activist architect, investigate a social problem within your community. Discuss and diagram different facets of this issue, and map how architecture could aid in a plan of action. objective

Investigate the relationship of bed bug infestation, dust mites, and mold in lower income neighborhoods of Cincinnati to cases of severe childhood asthma attacks and hospitaliztion rates. concept

Bringing together architects, doctors, and city officials, create a plan to eliminate asthma triggers from the lower income housing stock. Imagine a mobile, module unit as the centerpiece of this scheme. proposal


LYCEUM Out of Breath


most bed bug infested cities in the nation...

NO. 13

COLUMBUS DAYTON

NO. 15

NO. 6

NO. 1 CINCINNATI

InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop

CLEVELAND


“We have communities here where a child who lives in that community has a six-fold greater likelihood of being hospitalized for asthma...” Dr. Victor Garcia, pediatric surgeon, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital

low income neighborhoods:

EVANSTON OVER-THE-RHINE WEST END high income neighborhoods:

HYDE PARK MOUNT LOOKOUT MOUNT ADAMS CALIFORNIA children hospitalized for asthma / year low income

high income


ho u s e h o l d triggers to as t h m a . . . 1877 FAIRFAX

1868 FAIRFAX

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rotting shingles water leaks

boarded door abandoned

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boarded window abandoned

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spalling brick water leaks

peeling paint water leaks

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1730 HEWITT

[ ][ missing siding compromised envelope

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exposed structure compromised envelope

broken windows abandoned

A PLAN FOR ACTION: The comprehensive plan proposes a family of modular units that can be deployed to provide a clean environment for children in schools, at home and in the hospital. The smallest module is designed to attach to or be set into a classroom of the local school. The unit is serviced by its own air filtration system, serving as a clean air oasis for students coping with asthma symptoms. Rather than missing school because of asthma, students would actually perceive school as a refuge for relief from their symptoms.

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This larger module serves as a temporary home for a family while their house or apartment is being cleansed of any asthma triggers. Installed in the front yard or on the street in front of the house, this unit has facilities for cooking, eating, sleeping, and bathing, with sufficient space to accommodate four to six people. When renovations and/or fumigations are complete, the unit is purified and moved to the next home in need. Dislocation of the family is kept to a minimum. A much larger unit serves as an expanded asthma care center at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. This would be the headquarters for community outreach, offering workshops and educational materials to affected families. The similarity of design amongst the three units helps to brand the issue of asthma, heightening awareness of the health epidemic and offering visible and tangible evidence that the problem is being addressed.


m apping the p ro c e s s . . . community member architect

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city planner

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pulmonologist

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city ofďŹ cial

allergist

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ASTHMA FREE

CARE

CINCINNATI

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the evanston home stock is infested with mold and bed bugs, exacerbating asthma attacks in the children who live there. a social campaign ignites to bring this problem to light in the community.

2

organizations such as cincinnati children’s hospital, the environmental protection agency, the city of cincinnati, the asthma and allergy foundation of america, and the american lung association bring their expertise and fields of care, research, policy, advocacy, and workshops to aid awarenessa and funds.

homes

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RESEARCH

3

POLICY

ADVOCACY

architects, doctors, city officials, and community members collaborate to implement a framework within which a modular solution for reducing asthma triggers can be realized.

WORKSHOPS

4

with the framework in place, the modules are constructed on the home, school, and hospital scales. these prefabricated modules will utilize local materials and be designed to exist off of the grid for ease of mobility.


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FUMIGATION: 1-3 days MOLD REMEDIATION: 3-7 days

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ENVELOPE REPAIR: 7-14 days

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school

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after construction, the modules are ready to be deployed. trucks deliver the modules to first site and the family moves into the unit temporarily.

6

when the family has moved out, the house is prepped for service. the amount of time the family will be out of their home varied depending on whether the house is being fumigated, remediated for mold, or having evelope repairs such as new siding or re-reoofing.

7

once the work is complete, the family moves back into their home. with the enviromental triggers removed, the children with asthma will have reduced hospitalization for severe asthma attacks.

8

the module is loaded back onto the truck and delivered to the next home that requires repairs.


Work with the Kroger design team to imagine what the future of convenience store design might look like. objective

Looking at social, cultural, and retails trends, the studio identified five main design trends: interaction, experience, transparency, accountability, and localization. From these trends, designs were proposed based on an urban, suburban, highway , or mobile site. concept

Working on a highway site, my proposal centered around the idea of a convenience store as a wonderland, an oasis from a long, monotonous drive. Catering to children or adults wanting to stretch their legs, this wonderland would be more than simply a place to stop and refill. proposal


KROGER Convenience Store Design


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Pin-up Photograph, Illustrator


Axonometrics, Illustrator


Perspectives, Photoshop


Final Gallery Boards


Gallery Event, ArtWorks


I love to use photograph and drawing as a means of exploring and capturing the world around me. Collage serves as a means to quickly explore design concepts or imagine the feeling of a space. objective


PERSONAL Photography, Drawing, Painting, and Collage


Photography, Nikon D5100


Collage, Magazine Clippings and Photoshop


I can efficiently utilize AutoCAD to complete construction document sets, from plans and elevations to construction details. I am comfortable creating models in Revit, Rhinocerous, and Vectorworks. objective


PROFESSIONAL 3D Group, Inc.


Renderings, Revit


Construction Documents, AutoCAD


BASEMENT

5068

MASTER BEDROOM

3068

2868

KITCHEN

MASTER BATHROOM

EX'G GARAGE

2868

2868

EXISTING WORKOUT ROOM

NEW R.R. 2868

EX'G LIVING ROOM

2868

DEN

EX'G BEDROOM


THANK YOU References Available Upon Request

Annslee Stevenson Portfolio  

Portfolio of undergraduate work at the University of Cincinnati, B.S. Architecture

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