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Index Communal Bread Making Facility 02 Communal Bread Oven 06 5X5X5 Student Housing 08 Nørrebro ICE/SKATEboard Park 10 (K)not Architecture 12 Early Drawings 14 Stairwell Study 16 CANStruction 18 Freedom by Design 19 35mm & Medium-format Photography 20 Greece & Cyprus Travel Study 24 Korea Sketching & Photography 25 Bike Stop 26 LRT Station + WACTAC 28 Renewable Energy Modelling 30 Neighborhood Zoning Code Study 31


Communal Bread Making Facility

OBJECTIVE

PROPOSAL

Studio IV

Through a series of exercises, including site analysis, builddesign, representation and program, explore the crafts of bread making and brick-laying and synthesize these ideas into a sound architectural proposal for a communal bread making center for the client Three Rivers Park District at their Silverwood Park location.

Harness the beauty of the large clearing in the northwest area of the park by locating the center at the edge of the woods, staying sensitive to the existing trees. Orient the center to have a connection with the undeveloped areas of the park, providing a serene experience for visitors while they practice the craft of break making.

Instructor: Marcelo Valdes Spring 2010

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STUDIO PROJECT


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Lounge Reception Coatroom Restroom Classroom

6 Kitchen 7 Storage 8 Oven 9 Exterior Classroom 10 Entrance + Bicycle Parking


South Wall Detail


North Elevation

Section

Site Model

Site Plan


Communal Bread Oven Studio IV Instructor: Marcelo Valdes Spring 2010

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STUDIO PROJECT


OBJECTIVE

STUDIO-MATES

Through a process of collaboration and exploration as a studio of design students, design and build a brick oven for Silverwood Park, extracting inspiration and knowledge of construction and the process of making to inform the design of a larger design project: the Communal Bread Baking Facility.

Vanessa Abin-Fuentes, Amanda Alexander, Will Alt, Joe Anton, Becky DesLauriers, Brooke Ellis, Paige Garrison, Julia Hill, Jeff Johnson, Drew Leitz, Kate Lindgren, Erin McDonough, Brita Pricco, Nicole Schneider, Ryan Short, Matt Tierney, Andrew Tisue, Davidson Ward


5X5X5 Student Housing

OBJECTIVE

Copenhagen, Denmark

Within a required space of five cubic meters, design a Beginning with the form of a cube, create complete living space for a specific type of university student comfortable living spaces including full in the Christianshavn area of Copenhagen, Denmark. kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedroom by manipulating the space with push and pull actions in both the horizontal and vertical direction. Studio space on the second level features both north and south sunlight providing abundant space for an architecture student.

Foundations Studio Fall 2007

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STUDIO PROJECT

PROPOSAL


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10 5

FLOOR 1 PLAN

FLOOR 2 PLAN

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6 Stairs open to below 7 Bedroom 8 Closet 9 Studio 10 Exterior Balcony

Entrance Kitchen Stairs / Table Living Room Bathroom


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Nørrebro ICE/SKATEboard Park

OBJECTIVE

PROPOSAL

Copenhagen, Denmark

Transform a section of the former railroad corridor that cuts through the Norrebro neighborhood into a multi-use park that accomodates iceskating during the winter months and skateboarding during summer. Include programming that facilitates ice-skate rental and repair, an equipment shop and coffee shop.

By focusing on the surface that the skateboard and iceskate come in contact with, utilize a dogma of pushing and pulling that surface to create primary spaces for recreation and secondary spaces for supporting programming.

Foundations Studio Fall 2007

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STUDIO PROJECT


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Plaza / Ice Skating Skate Rental / Snack Shop Cafe Skate Store / Repair Shop Skateboard Halfpipe


(K)not Architecture

OBJECTIVE

PROPOSAL

Design Fundamentals II

Learn design principles, design process, technical drawing and material manipulation. Transform the specific method of tying a common knot into a series of successive studies, each building on the previous within a new medium.

With the chosen bowline-on-a-bight knot, extract a physical form from the steps involved in tying the knot into a wireframe model. Interpret the wireframe form and transform it into a paper ribbon model. Further the transformation into a massing model constructed with an “egg-crate� technique.

Instructor: John Comazzi Spring 2007

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ARCHITECTURE PROJECT


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Early Drawings Introduction to Drawing in Architecture Fall 2005

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DRAWING

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Blind contour sketch - Rapson central stair Axonometric drawing - Rapson central stair Value drawing - Rapson central stair Blind contour sketch - human face Axonometric drawing - Rietveld Schroder chair Section drawing - engine piston Vertical line drawing Horizontal + Vertical line drawing Horizontal line drawing


Stairwell Study

OBJECTIVE

Design Fundamentals II

Demonstrate an understanding of the spatial, programmatic, Illustrate and document the unique tension and construction qualities of a particular stairwell through present in this particular stairwell, evident in photo, drawing, and modeling explorations. the continuous change in direction, sharp intersections, and winding volumes.

Instructor - John Comazzi Spring 2007

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ARCHITECTURE PROJECT

PROPOSAL


CANStruction University of Minnesota American Institute of Architecture Students team raised 1,300+ cans and donated to Second Harvest. Award: Structural Ingenuity

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PROFESSIONAL INVOLVEMENT


Freedom by Design FBD seeks to improve the safety and dignity of local disabled residents. Our client, Jim Schultus, suffered multiple serious injuries as a result of falling down his exterior steps. By building a new deck with solid steps and handrails, Jim can now safely enter and exit his home with more ease.


35mm & Medium-format Photography Spring 2008

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PHOTOGRAPHY

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“Streetlamp” - Redwood Falls, MN “Mississippi River” - Minneapolis, MN “Pedestrian Bridge” - Minneapolis, MN “Self-Portrait” - Rapson Hall


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PHOTOGRAPHY


“Engine” Final 35mm black and white photography project.


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Greece & Cyprus Travel Study May term 2009 1 2 3 4

Demilitarized-zone building deterioration study Statue of Zeus Church of Panagia Phorviotissa, 1105-1106 Epidaurura Theater 200-300 BC

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Korea Sketching & Photography South Korea 2010 - 2011


Bike Stop

OBJECTIVE

Studio III

Based on a series of studies of a portion of the Minneapolis By creating a new link between the Bryn Mawr Cedar Lake Trail system, integrate an understanding of the Meadows park and the bike trail, the bike stop, site connections to a bike stop for use by local bicyclists. along with a partner structure, act as anchors to this new link while providing the necessary bike stop program needs. The new link serves to break down the intense segregation of areas surrounding the site, linking residential neighborhoods, the park, and the trail system to the nearby college, art museum and sculpture garden.

Instructor: Kristen Paulsen Fall 2009

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STUDIO PROJECT

PROPOSAL


LRT Station + WACTAC

OBJECTIVE

PROPOSAL

Studio III

Using knowledge of the site from the previous project: Bike Stop; design a Light Rail Transit (LRT) Station that also houses space for the Walker Art Center Teen Arts Council (WACTAC). The teens enrolled in this museum-offered program need dedicated workshop, storage, gallery, office and performance space that they’ve currently outgrown at the museum.

In order for the WACTAC program and the work the teens produce gain maximum exposure and credit, their new facility has been placed directly within the station platform to allow the steady flow of commuters to circulate around and observe the center. By manipulating the site around the station, visitors will feel an immense presence that the platform has been grounded in that site with a direct relation to the Walker Art Center.

Instructor: Kristen Paulsen Fall 2009

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STUDIO PROJECT


SOUTHBOUND

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1 NORTHBOUND

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Train Platform Ampitheater Office Lounge

5 Storage 6 Workshop 7 Gallery


Renewable Energy Modelling Cuningham Group Architecture, P.A. Client: Epic Systems, Inc. 2010

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PROFESSIONAL WORK


Neighborhood Zoning Code Study Cuningham Group Architecture, P.A. Client: City of Overland Park, KS 2010


Andrew M. Tisue / Assoc. AIA, LEED GA / 11700 Able Street NE, Blaine, MN 55434 / 763.862.3507 / tisue001@umn.edu / www.andrewtisue.com

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