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Timothy G. Ostrander

3022 Havrone Way Lawrence, KS 66047 (785) 331-5942 tg.ostrander@gmail.com Studio804.com issuu.com/tgostrander theforumku.info


DESIGN Studio 804: The Forum at Marvin Hall Design and Construction Queensboro Community Film Complex Conceptual Design Lawrence City Hall Retrofit BIM and Sustainability Study Timber Drum House Model and Axon Drawing KU SADP Commons Comprehensive Group Project (H. Patrick Bayer, D’Andre Q. Curtis, Timothy G. Ostrander)

PHOTOGRAPH 35 mm B & W Photography Italy study Abroad

SKETCH Ink Nelson Atkins Bloch Addition by Steven Holl Graphite Potter Lake Landscape on University Campus Ink Italy Study Abroad

ART Charcoal Still Life Skeleton Acrylic American Flag

RESUME SKILLS


The Forum at Marvin Hall will construct a new lecture hall and transform the existing second floor jury room into a student commons area. The new commons space will offer an area for students to congregate and create a foyer for the lecture hall. The addition will extend from the south elevation of the existing Marvin Hall and be accessed thru two existing windows that will be converted to accommodate the passage opening. Following the tradition of previous Studio 804 projects, the facility will incorporate both passive and active sustainable systems and technologies. The building is intended to achieve a seventh straight LEED Platinum certification. Our main lecture space will be completely glazed on the south, east, and west facades to allow visibility and solar gain. To offset the high heat transfer of the glazing, and achieve LEED-Platinum level energy performance, Studio 804 is developing a vented wall system that will allow the skin of the building to change depending on the time of the year. In the summer, the dual wall will be vented to allow the heated air to escape and pull cooler air in from underneath the addition. In the winter, the vents will be closed therefore allowing heated air to become trapped inside the cavity acting as a warm “blanket� for the addition.


The Forum at Marvin Hall will construct a new lecture hall and transform the existing second floor jury room into a student commons area. The new commons space will offer an area for students to congregate and create a foyer for the lecture hall. The addition will extend from the south elevation of the existing Marvin Hall and be accessed thru two existing windows that will be converted to accommodate the passage opening. Following the tradition of previous Studio 804 projects, the facility will incorporate both passive and active sustainable systems and technologies. The building is intended to achieve a seventh straight LEED Platinum certification. Our main lecture space will be completely glazed on the south, east, and west facades to allow visibility and solar gain. To offset the high heat transfer of the glazing, and achieve LEED-Platinum level energy performance, Studio 804 is developing a vented wall system that will allow the skin of the building to change depending on the time of the year. In the summer, the dual wall will be vented to allow the heated air to escape and pull cooler air in from underneath the addition. In the winter, the vents will be closed therefore allowing heated air to become trapped inside the cavity acting as a warm “blanket� for the addition.


Primary Ventilation Mode

Direct Outside Air Ventilation Mode


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The design is done in three parts: individual predesign, individual design, and group design. At the mid-way point during the semester, students presented their individual designs. After a critique, they formed groups. These groups had two basic choices: to choose one individual design to develop further as a group or to combine individual designs into one group design. H. Patrick Bayer, Timothy G. Ostrander, and D’Andre Q. Curtis chose one individual design to develop further.

The purpose of the project is to further support the transition of the University of Kansas School of Architecture and Urban Planning into the School of Architecture, Design and Planning by provinding a commons space by which every department may utilze the programs within. This merger aims to support a more interdisciplinary and collaborative design process and a blending of design professions.


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Computer Lab Classrooms Foundation Studios Clean Fabrication Lab Exhibition

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Cafe Student Organization Offices Parking Building Technology Lab Mechanical Room

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Commons Gender Neutral Restrooms

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Canted Restroom Wall Section : D'Andre Q. Curtis

Roof Planes

1. Lightweight Engineered Soil Green Roof. Polyculture planting, Re: Site Plan 2. Drainage Sublayer 3. Ridge Exterior Insulation 4. Blocking 5. Rigid Cap 6. Concrete on Steel Deck 7. Structural Steel 8. Dropped Gypsum Board Ceiling 9. 1" Screen Gravel Infill 10. Drain Pipe 11. Foundation Wall w/ Footing below Frost Line 12. Exterior Rigid Insulation 13. Guillotine-Cut Limestone Tailings

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he design replaces Marvin Studios entirely. The building is assumed for the purposes of this project to have been demolished/salvaged. Marvin Studios, the “Mud Hut,” was built out of compressed earth blocks as part of a material research project. Currently, KU’s “Dirt Works Studio” does applied research in rammed earth. The main wall or spine of the living machine, therefore, will be a rammed earth wall. In addition to being culturally, historically, and contextually appropriate, the wall will be used for its thermal massing properties.


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Timothy G. Ostrander

3022 Havrone Way Lawrence, KS 66047 (785) 331-5942 tg.ostrander@gmail.com Studio804.com issuu.com/tgostrander theforumku.info


Timothy G. Ostrander

Education

3022 Havrone Way Lawrence, KS 66047 (785) 331-5942 tg.ostrander@gmail.com Studio804.com issuu.com/tgostrander theforumku.info

University of Kansas

School of Architecture, Design and Planning Master of Architecture

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May 2014 Studio 804

Master of Arts in Architecture

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Bachelor of Arts, Architectural Studies

Siena, Italy | Study Abroad

2009

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Johnson County Community College | 2001 Lawrence High School | 2000 Experience

Studio 804 | 2013-2014 Marvin Forum Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB) | 2013

Full-time Summer Internship San Francisco, CA Design Documentation on residential mid-rise at 101 Polk Street San Francisco, CA.

Cottonwood, Inc. | 2008-2013

Residential On-Call Manager Lawrence, KS. responsible for managing twenty-plus group homes for the developmentally disabled and the direct care staff during off business hours. Responsibilites include covering shifts, solving emergency related events, administering medications and documentation. 2002-2008 Residential Overnight Assistant Lawrence, KS. Overnight Direct Care staff for 6 individuals with developmental disabilities.

Downtown Lawrence Inc. |

2007 May-October Tour Guide Downtown Lawrence, KS. Historic Architectural Tours of Downtown Lawrence and surrounding neighborhoods.

Home Remodel | 2007 3022 Havrone Way Lawrence, KS. Chi Alpha Campus Ministries | 2004 Leadership and small group coordination at the University of Kansas. Awards & Achievements

Workshops & Activities

Roy Mock Architectural Scholarship University of Kansas Donald Ewart Memorial Scholarship University of Kansas Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Camp One of 60 High School Students chosen nation wide Colorado Springs, CO. UMKC Architecture Camp Sponsored by Kansas State University LEED Green Associate Kansas City Design Week | 2013 Live Architecture Network (LaN) Acadia Conference | 2011 Two-day workshops (Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture) Covering theory and practical applications for Paramatric modeling using Grasshopper.

USGBC | Member of Central Plains Chapter AIAS | University of Kansas chapter member Skills &

Aptitude


Timothy G. Ostrander

3022 Havrone Way Lawrence, KS 66047 (785) 331-5942 tg.ostrander@gmail.com Studio804.com issuu.com/tgostrander theforumku.info


Workshops & Activities

Kansas City Design Week | 2013 Live Architecture Network (LaN) Acadia Conference | 2011 Two-day workshops (Association Timothy for Computer Design in Architecture) G. Aided Ostrander

Skills & Proficiencies

Aptitude

3022 Havrone Way Lawrence, KS 66047 Covering theory and practical applications for Paramatric modeling using Grasshopper. (785) 331-5942 USGBC | Member of Central Plains Chapter tg.ostrander@gmail.com Studio804.com AIAS | University of Kansas chapter member issuu.com/tgostrander theforumku.info

Steel Fabrication

3D Studio Max

Blacksmithing

Photoshop

Wood Framing & Construction

InDesign

Concrete

Illustrator

CNC/Lazer

Ecotect

Rhino/Grasshopper

SketchUp Pro

Autodesk Revit

Podium

Autodesk Autocad

After Effects

Revit Vasari

Maxwell Render

Ambition to Learn


Portfolio 2014