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01 DWELLING IN THE CITY

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02 URBANISM: INTERPRETING THE CITY

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03 FAIRY TALES

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04 MODEL MAKING


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DWELLING IN THE CITY

ARCH 481: Design Studio 5 Professor: Travis Bell

Course Questions: What is a ‘home’ in the urban context? What sustains a holistic urban living experience? How should multiple dwellings co-exist in the city? How are the gradations of privacy and publicity negotiated? How can the dynamics of mobility be incorporated?

Project: Live/Work Multifamily Housing Location: Portland, OR


Orthographic Sketches of Home Hand Drawn


Living Space Rendering Digitally Modeled and Collaged


Work Space Rendering Digitally Modeled and Collaged


Communal Space Rendering Digitally Modeled and Collaged


Live/Work Multifamily Housing Plans and Section Digitally Drafted and Collaged with Hand Drawn Entourage


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URBANISM: INTERPRETING THE CITY

ARCH 480: Design Studio 4 Professor: Sergio Palleroni

Course Questions: What is urban experience? How do we map the urban setting? How are urban phenomena established, identified and defined? What are the relationships between social patterns and physical and morphological organization? What are the dynamics of change at the urban scale?

Project: Community Complex and Integrated Bus Stop Location: Del Paso Heights, Sacramento, CA


Urban Design Proposal Mixed Media, Composed in InDesign


Bus Stop with Community Office Space Digitally Drafted with Hand Drawn Entourage and Landscape


Module Functionality Diagram Hand Drawn Plans, Digitally Modeled Modules


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FAIRY TALES

ARCH 420: Adv. Architectural Graphics & Media Professor: Aaron Whelton

Course Objectives: To open up multiple choices in media use and develop a student’s confidence and dexterity in generating appropriate graphic responses to burgeoning architectural ideas. To explore diverse formats, materials and techniques in a spirit of experimentation and discovery. To develop enhanced skills in the craft of architectural representation.

Project: Fairy Tales by Blank Space 2017 Competition Entry


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MODEL MAKING

Select works from third year undergraduate architecture studios at Portland State University. Professors: Cary Dasenbrock, Juan Heredia, and John Cooney


Material Study Model Project: Modern Dance Performance Theater


Section Study Model Series Project: Childcare Center


Japanese Wood Joinery Detail Project: Cultural Center and Event Space


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