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Andrew WatsoN University of Cincinnati Graduate Por tfolio


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R ES U ME CI NCI N N AT I, OH

ALC H EMY B R EWERY LON D ON , U K

LO ND O N PU B L IC L IB RA RY The Oregon Trail: Connecting Through the Wilderness

M I D -WE ST, US A

O R EG O N T R AIL V IS ITOR C E N TE R

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TROY B R EWERY

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M OD PO D PL AYS CAPE

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PRO F ES S IO NAL

CI NCI N N AT I, OH

Section A

1/16” = 1’0”


ANDREW WATSON 3909 Kenwood Drive Hamilton, OH 45015 e watsoaw@mail.uc.edu p 513 300 9370

E D U C AT I O N August 2016 -

August 2012 - May 2016

UNIVERSIT Y OF CINCINNATI

SKILLS

Master of Architec ture

Revit

THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSIT Y

AutoCAD

Bachelor of Science in Architec ture

GIS SketchUp

EXPERIENCE January 2018 August 2016 - December 2016

August 2017 - December 2017

February 2017 - June 2017

R hinoceros

SAID OFFICE Graduate A ssistant

January 2017 - February 2017

V-Ray Illustrator

ARC ARCHITECTS

Photoshop

Architec tural Intern

InDesign

JAMES POSTELL ARCHITECTS Architec tural Intern

February 2017 - May 2017

Grasshopper

SoftImage L aser cutting C NC Milling

STERNER DESIGN, LLC

3D Printing

Architec tural Intern

Hand Drafting

MICHAEL MCINTURF ARCHITECTS

Physical Modeling

Architec tural Intern

Metal Fabrication


A L C H E M Y B RE W E RY CI NCI N NATI, OH

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ALCHEMY BREWERY

CI NCI N NAT I , O H

The site is in the Over-the-Rhine district of Cincinnati, Ohio on a vacant inclined slope. Lying next to the site is the historic Mockbee building, that can be seen from various points in the city. A decaying set of stairs separates the site with the Mockbee. The program required the integration of a brewery/museum into the urban fabric of the Over-the-Rhine district. The building is created by a stepping of the sloped site with terraces overlooking the city. The goal of this project was to articulate an architectural language through assembly, construction, material, space, light and atmosphere. Establishing the canopy/sun-shading system above the building allowed for the integration of the programs. The building itself created an identity of movement on the site.

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SEC O N D FLOOR - R E STAU R AN T

G R O U N D FLOOR - B R E WE R Y

FI F T H FLO O R - M USE U M

F O U R T H FLO O R - MAI N E N T R Y

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LO N D O N AR E A WAT E R SH E D D IST R I C T S

C OLOR E D AC R YLIC ON M D F

Lo n d on p u b l ic l ibr ary LON DON, U K


LO N D O N AR E A L AN D USE WI T H LI B R AR Y LO CAT I O NS

C OLOR E D ACR YLIC ON M D F

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london public library

LO N D O N, U K

The public library, as a program, is a problem of collections and demographics. Finding the nearby building use groups from within the city determined the variety of users for a new public library at the existing site of Potters Fields Park. The main scheme of the project is to have two juxtaposing walls that contract and fluctuate to allow the storage of books and create an interstitial space within the building. Within the void space of these set of walls would be the circulation core and light well/oculus. Thus, the oculus becomes the central piece which everything revolves around. The additional forms of the building come from the influence of surrounding architecture, i.e. the Shard, and London City Hall.

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F I R ST FLOOR

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Or e g o n tr a i l vi s i to r ce nt e r

M I D -WE ST, US A


OREGON TRAIL VISITOR CENTER

M I D -WE ST, US A

The Oregon Trail was a vast and long journey through many different terrains and climates. This project was to design a visitor center along or near the original path. By researching different types of migration routes (bird flyways, human migrations), protected areas, national parks, and federally protected wildernesses. The use of demographic maps showed a very diverse collection of data along the Oregon Trail. The conclusion of the study showed that wilderness types influenced the migration routes of the Oregon Trail. An ideal location for the visitor center would be near protected areas and the beginning of trail heads. The trailheads would allow initial connection between the wilderness and Oregon Trail.

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TROY B REWERY CI NCI N NATI, OH


STEEL BEAMS

CMU BLOCK

BRISE SOILEL

CMU LANDSCAPE

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TROY BREWERY

CI NCI N NAT I , O H

The Troy Brewery was a program that was located within the brewery district of Cincinnati, OH. The site is within proximity to Findlay Market, the state’s oldest continuously operated public market. Over-the-Rhine has always had a strong brewing history and German culture. The building creates a separation between public and private where the beer garden then sits. The brewery itself opens into the beer garden, which is the interstitial space between brewing and gathering. The program also called for the use of CMU block and an energy/environmental efficient design. The design of the CMU block creates light penetration while also serving as a wall. The addition of brise soleil on the glazing creates a more controlled interior environment.

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F I R ST FLOOR

T H I R D FLO O R

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m o d pod plays cap e


T WO MO D U L AR SI Z E S

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MOD POD PLAYSCAPE Designing for children is a challenge, the designer needs to think and become more like a child to understand what creates an immerse, imaginative, and enjoyable playscape. The design was influenced by a geometric shape, the truncated dodecahedron. This module, when duplicated, can create multiple connections through tessellation of the shape. Each module is different from the next. One may only have a few openings, while another may have all openings. Modules can connect to each other to create more than one design. The larger shapes, that are painted orange, create the entrances/exits and the destinations, while the smaller shapes, painted blue, are the circulatory modules that get you from point A to B. The colors help children understand their surroundings and spatial relations.

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OPTION A

OPTION B

H ISTOR I C PR E C E D E N T S

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OPTION C


PROPOSED OPTION - LEVEL 1

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F I R ST FLOOR

F I DA LG O P O O L & F I T N E S S C E N T E R F E A S I B I L I T Y S T U DY - O C TO B E R 2 0 1 7

SE C O N D FLO O R

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Sterner D 1555 Pull Cincinnati, 347-60 www.sterne

Woo / Woo North/ House North House

Sterner D 1555 Pull Cincinnati, 347-60 www.sterne

SI DI N G/PAI N TI NG R E N OVAT ION

Document Date:

February 3, 2017

Document Phase Schematic Desig

Rev. Date Re 1 12/12/16 De Document 2 2/3/17Date: De

1'-2 1/2"

1/2"

1 1/2" Furred out off wall by 3”

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Plan Cabinet/Bench

1 1/4" Schrock STW1854-L

4'-6"

1 1/4"

1 1/2"

Custom built shoe storage/bench

A3.

Elevations

Stained to match cabinet

1 1/2” = 1’-0” Copyright © 2017 Sterner Design LLC. All rights reserved. The use of these plans and speciÞcations is restricted to the original site for which they were prepared. Re-use, reproduction or publication by any method, in whole or in part is prohibited, unless authorized by Carl Sterner. Ownership of the design, plans and speciÞcations is solely with Carl Sterner.

A3.

1'-1/2" 3" Sterner Design LLC 1555 Pullan Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45223 347-604-0257 Copyright © 2017 Sterner Design LLC. All rights1'-3" reserved. The use of these plans and speciÞcations is restricted to the original site for which they were prepared. Re-use, reproduction or publication by any method, in whole or in part is prohibited, unless authorized by Carl Sterner. Ownership of the design, plans and speciÞcations is solely with Carl Sterner. www.sternerdesign.com

Cabinets are to match existing

Cabinets are to match existing

Beadboard to match existing

Hinge

1'-11" 1 1/2"

Sliding Roll Tray

Fixed Flat Panels

Document Date: March 7, 2017

Patricia North and Annamarie Woo 3434 Ruther Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45220

Beadboard to match existing

SD Project #1611

Woo / North House

3" 4 1/2"

Document Phase: Schematic Design

Document Date:

1'-9"

March 7, 2017 Document Phase: Schematic Design

Cabinet Bench

2'-0"

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Cabinet/Bench Section

2

Elevation

C USTOM I N TER I OR F U R N I T U R E /CA SE WOR K 1 1/2” = 1’ 0”

1” = 1’ 0”

Copyright © 2017 Sterner Design LLC. All rights reserved. The use of these plans and speciÞcations is restricted to the original site for which they were prepared. Re-use, reproduction or publication by any method, in whole or in part is prohibited, unless authorized by Carl Sterner. Ownership of the design, plans and speciÞcations is solely with Carl Sterner.

39 Sterner Design LLC 1555 Pullan Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45223 347-604-0257 www.sternerdesign.com

1555 Pulla Cincinnati, O

Rev. Date Re 347-604 1 12/12/16 De 2 www.sterner 2/3/17 De

Elevations

1'-6"

P OR C H /SI DE DOOR R A M P AD D I T ION

Document Phase Sterner De Schematic Desig

Woo / North House

3"

February 3, 2017

1/2” Plywood Back

2

Elevation 1/2” = 1’ 0”

3

Perspective NTS

Copyright © 2017 Sterner Design LLC. All rights reserved. The use of these plans and speciÞcations is restricted to the original site for which they were prepared. Re-use, reproduction or publication by any method, in whole or in part is prohibited, unless authorized by Carl Sterner. Ownership of the design, plans and speciÞcations is solely with Carl Sterner.


COFFEE

BANQUETTES BAR

WAITING AREA HOST STAND

SC H EMATI C DE SIG N

BANQUETTES

HOST STAND

UP

Bar Isometric

michael mcinturf ARCHITECTS

b1.pstry

1116 RACE ST. CINCINNATI, OH 45202 513.639.2351 TEL WWW.MCINTURF.COM

BAR

COFFEE

WAITING AREA

Floor Plan - New Bar 1/8" = 1'-0"

michael mci

b1.pstry

1116 RACE S

PHYSICAL MODELI NG

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