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ERICA PERINE

Architecture


CONTENTS Pages Rome Studio

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Third Year Studio Spring

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Methods of Assembly

Menil Artists’ Commune

Third Year Studio Fall

10-13

Second Year Studio Spring

14-17

Resumé

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Euterpe Housing

Mardi Gras Indian Institute

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OPTIONS STUDIO Piazza Navona was paved over the ancient Stadium of Domitian in the middle ages, and then renovated with a new central fountain and church facade in the 17th century. It is a rich urban oasis to this day, and still constantly evolving.

Semester in Rome

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In this studio, “Methods of Assembly” refers equally to forms of public gathering and urban morphology as well as tectonic material composition. The public has always been expressly considered in Rome’s formal generation. Pantheon Built in 118–128 AD Tourist circulation

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Stadium of Domitian Built in 80–86AD Ruins buried beneath the piazza, giving it its present-day form

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是非成败转头空,青山依旧在, Poetry of Contradiction: Piazza Navona is a reclusive expanse. Its participants, built and living, act individually and collectively. Looking to capitalize on Piazza Navona’s unities and incongruities, students Ross Garfield, Na Zhao, and I reimagined the experience of one of Rome’s most beloved piazze.

Piazza Navona was paved over the ancient Stadium of Domitian in the middle ages, and then renovated with a new central fountain and church facade in the 17th century. It is a rich urban oasis to this day, and still constantly evolving.

Page 2: by me: plan and diagrams for an intervention on the topography of the piazza’s existing cobble using shallow slopes, boardwalks, and fences Page 3: by Na: intervention renderings and composite map of formal relationships and traffic Bottom: conceived by me and executed by Na: investigation of views formed by breaks in the piazza’s otherwise unified facade

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Methods of Assembly: Part II

Gradient Terrace: Historically, both the river and the hills were vital in Rome’s public life. But the construction of such barriers as the Lungotevere and the Botanical Gardens inhibit the public’s interaction with the river and the Giancolo, respectively. Gradient Terrace, an individual project, seeks to reconnect river and hillside. Page 4: vews of the intervention in its context and model highlighting the existing river-to-hillside connection Page 5: drawings and diagrams for a “gradient terrace:” a set of piazze strengthening the visual and spatial accessibility between the river and hillside

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THIRD YEAR STUDIO Comprehensive Studio Menil Artists’ Commune

Professor Scott Bernhard The comprehensive design studio presents the challenge of integrating the diverse aspects of building form and functional design with the technological systems of structure, enclosure, and environmental control.

The Menil Artists’ Commune is a proposal for a set of studios and 10 artists’ residences located on the Menil campus in Houston, Texas. Drawing from such precedents as the nearby Menil Collection, Sert, Jackson, & Gourley’s Peabody Terrace, Stanford University’s Central Energy Facility, SANAA’s Gifu Kitagata apartments, and Plus Three Architects’ Eaga House, this artists’ housing embraces symmetry, play between intruded and extruded surfaces, and maximizing outdoor space through a large shaded courtyard and two terraces per apartment. Page 6: south facade rendering and model of the artists’ commune in its context Page 7: courtyard strategy extending strip of existing tree-canopied backyards; east facade rendering

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Page 8: model viewed from southeast; plans showing ground floor community space, courtyard, and studios on left and 2nd through 4th floors residences from bottom to top on right Page 9: canopy model; full model viewed from east and north; longitudinal section facing west

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THIRD YEAR STUDIO Fall Semester

Professor Errol Barron

Euterpe Housing

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The 3100 design studio provides an increased focus on the material reality of buildings—linking material selection, detail and assembly to design concepts and the intended experiential presence of a building.

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EUTERPE

Euterpe Housing is laid out like a monastery. Three sides, cladded in steel and copper panelling, contain private residential units. A fourth side embraces a more communal condition, linking the building’s 2nd, 3rd, and 4th floors through a peristyle, workout room, and screen porch. Unenclosed single-­loaded corridors suround a quiet courtyard. Page 10: street corner rendering and roof plan in its immediate context Page 11: screen porch and workout room renderings, structure drawings, and sun diagram justifying different window types

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COMMERCIAL: RETAIL 1: 3,958sf RETAIL 2: 2,430sf CHILDCARE: 5,108sf

RESIDENTIAL: EFFICIENCY: 15’-2” x 33’-0” = 500sf 1- BEDROOM: 32’-4” x 38’-4” = 1,240sf 2- BEDROOM: 38’-4” x 31’-0” = 1,188sf 2- BEDROOM: 32’-0” x 38’-0” = 1,216sf 2- BEDROOM: 32’-0” x 38’-0” = 1,216sf

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Page 12: birds’ eye rendering of Euterpe Housing in its contex Page 13: isometric diagrams emphasizing a separation of masses, the protection of the residential courtyard from its urban surroundings, an interior single-loaded circulation loop, and unit typess Bottom: selected plans and sections showing first-floor retail spaces and residential unit types EUTERPE HOUSING |

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SECOND YEAR STUDIO Spring Semester Mardi Gras Indian Institute

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Professor Seth Welty DSGN 2200 focuses on the development of a rigorous design process through direct engagement with members of the New Orleans community and their complex expressions of culture.


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VIENNA MUMOK MICHAEL WALLRAFF SALON RITO HAMADA DESIGN

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Page 14: rendering and models for the proposal of a semi-residential, semi-public Mardi Gras Indian Institute at the corner of Esplanade and Claiborne Avenues in New Orleans Page 15: axonometric diagram comparing material precedents used for the institute’s private and public halves

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Mardi Gras Indian Institute (Continued) Page 16: model with immediate context, section drawings, and southwest and northeast elevation views of model Page 17: plans with immediate context; rendered perspective views of the institute’s southeast facade, lobby, and transverse section

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Erica Perine

Current Address: 8303 Birch Street New Orleans, LA 70118

Permanent Address: 3008 Camp Ranger Lane Jamestown, NC 27282

336-312-8079 eperine@tulane.edu

SUMMARY An organized, creative problem solver with a passion for environmentally friendly and economically sustainable design. A reliable, motivated team worker with flexibility for new techniques and solid communication skills. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ EDUCATION Tulane University Master of Architecture • Tulane University Dean’s Honor Scholarship (Full Tuition, 5 years) • National Merit Scholarship ($2,000, 5 years) Bachelor of Arts in Music Study Abroad in Rome, Italy Business Minor

New Orleans, LA May 2019

May 2019 Fall 2017 Summer 2015

The Early College at Guilford Greensboro, NC High School Diploma May 2014 • Guilford County Schools Service Learning Diploma • AP Scholar with Distinction ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ EXPERIENCE Dennis Brady Architect (New Orleans, LA): Intern Summer 2017 Lindsey Architecture (Greensboro, NC): Intern Summer 2016 The Community Kitchens Club at Guilford College: Volunteer Sept 2012 – May 2014 Greensboro Symphony Youth Orchestra Honors Quartet Jan 2010 – May 2014 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ HONORS and AFFILIATIONS Tulane School of Architecture Design Symposium Planning Committee Sept 2016 – Mar 2017 Alpha Rho Chi (National Fraternity for Architecture) Apr 2015 – Present American Institute of Architecture Students: Class Representative Sept 2014 – Present • Helped plan and host annual South Quad Conference, held in New Orleans March 12-15, 2015 North Carolina Governor’s School West: Instrumental Music Division Summer 2012 Brevard Music Center Summer Institute & Festival Summers 2010, 2011, 2013 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ PROFESSIONAL SKILLS • • •

Adobe CC Sketchup Microsoft Excel

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AutoCAD Rhinoceros Drawing

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Laser-cutting Woodshop Revit

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Viola Writing German

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