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JENNIFER GARVERSUMMARY I AM WELL-VERSED IN DESIGN AND HAVE HAD FOUR YEARS OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES, WHERE I SPENT MY TIME LEARNING MULTIPLE PROGRAMS INCLUDING REVIT.…
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JENNIFER GARVERSUMMARY I AM WELL-VERSED IN DESIGN AND HAVE HAD FOUR YEARS OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES, WHERE I SPENT MY TIME LEARNING MULTIPLE PROGRAMS INCLUDING REVIT. I HAVE ACQUIRED A HIGH COMFORT LEVEL WITH DESIGNING IN REVIT, AUTOCAD, RHINO3D AND ADOBE SUITE. I HAVE ALSO HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO WORK IN A H POSITIVE TEAM-BASED ENVIRONMENT AGAIN AND AGAIN.PROJECTS DEC 2016LAKE SIDE, CAMPGROUNDDEC 2017DENVER, LIBRARYMAY 2018EL PASO, EVENT CENTERDEC 2018NEW MEXICO, MULTI-FAMILY HOUSING2015-2018MIXED MEDIA WORKS2015-2018PHOTOGRAPHYThis project is a campsite based in the mountains of Colorado. The concept behind this design was to allow an open air framing that helps bring in the nature surrounding the building. The bu building size is 2000 sf and includes nine sleeping areas, three shower spaces and an enclosed gathering area as well as an exterior gathering space. The surrounding forrest helps to give this campground a sense of campg seclusion. The idea was to allow people to really enjoy the outdoor and connect on a deeper leverl with nature.RIVER RUN RETREATBEAVER CREEK, CO03|04In order to achieve the end result we looked at water patterns as they interact with both natural and man made surfaces. The result of this was a stucture which shows how water when interacting with a natural surface begins to conform to the sur surrounding context. Another way I tried to integrate water into the design was to allow open roof spaces in the showers opposite of the faucets to let water into the space when it is raining. Finally I used glass surrounding the building to allow nature in and to symbolize a water in a vertical orientation.PROCESS WORKRIVER RUN RETREAT05|06PLANS + SECTIONSRIVER RUN RETREAT07|08This rendering explains how the water would enter the roof of the building. The model below shows how light would interact with the roof of the building.RENDER + MODEL CONCEPTRIVER RUN RETREAT09|10The concept of this design was to take the typical grid system used for infastructure and rotate it in order to break the linear grid of the buildings. This building was built over an existing bus depot underground which was demoslished in order to create the vertical component of the building. The bu building itself was 25,000 sf and required a childrens learning area, reading spaces, meeting rooms, computer lab and enough room to store books. The hierarchy of spaces helps to show the importance of both location within the bu building and the capacity of the space.ROTATED GRID LIBRARY DENVER, CO11|12This process work helps to show the complexity of the structure as well as the geometric complexity of the roof and the spaces it provides. The process was to carve away at the rigid street grid that surrounds the site and allow for both a horizontal and vertical manipulation of spaces.PROCESS WORKROTATED GRID LIBRARY13|14This section cut helps to show the vertical manipulation of the site as well as the geometric maniputlation of the roof to create complex spaces both within the building and on the outside of the building.PLANS + SECTIONSROTATED GRID LIBRARY15|16RENDERS + CONCEPT MODELSROTATED GRID LIBRARY17|18When designing this project one of the main factors in the design process was the use of cultural precedents. I studied and used both Chaco Canyon and Taos Pueblo to relate my project to both the history and culture of New Mexico. This allowed me to understand the people of the past in order to accomodate the people of the future. I achieved this by creating a community where there the is not only diversity within the housing, but also within the enclosed parks which allow different people from the Albuquergue community to interact with eachother.CULTURAL ADAPTATION HOUSING ALBUQUERGUE, NM19|20The process images here show how I began to use the precedents and cultural studies to manipulate my own site. The site I created reflects the images to the left which show the p process of breaking down the historical precedents which I believed to be important to the people of New Mexico.PROCESS + CULTURAL STUDIESCULTURAL ADAPTATION HOUSING21|22SITE PLAN + RENDERS CULTURAL ADAPTATION HOUSING23|24The images included for the site model show the vertical stacking as well as the shifting of the units. The other thing that the photos show is the interior courtyard cour which is surrounded by the community I designed.MODELING OF SITE CONCEPTSCULTURAL ADAPTATION HOUSING25|2627|28This project was one of the more complex programs I have had to work with. The building is located on the Bridge of the Americas between Juarez and El Paso. This multi cultural center was proposed at 32,000 sf and was designed to allow friends and family to meet at the boarder of US and Mexico. The idea was to soften the harsh reality of the boarder and allow people to interact without the political problems standing in their way.PASSAGE OF CULTURES COMMUNITY CENTEREL PASO, TX29|30This process helps to show how the spaces relate to not only one and other but to the cultural context between Texas and Mexico. These images help to show the thought process of how have the two states both h similarities and differences that break the apart and unite them as one. The flow between spaces helps to show how we can unite as one culture and one po people when harsh political aspect don’t stand in the way.PROCESS IMAGES + CONCEPT MODELSPASSAGE OF CULTURES COMMUNITY CENTER31|32These ima help to sh came from up with th orientation can see th structure i the glass r hang from The glass help to giv location an understan boarder w enj enjoy the appreciate boundary the US.ages of the models how where my design m and how I ended he shape and the n of my building. You hat some of the is exposed to allow roof and walls to m the beams above it. walls and ceiling ve you a sense of nd allow you to really nd the intensity of the while allowing you to space and e the blur of the between Mexico andMODEL PHOTOS + CONCEPT MODELSPASSAGE OF CULTURES COMMUNITY CENTER35|36INTERIOR RENDER + URBAN MAPPINGPASSAGE OF CULTURES COMMUNITY CENTER37|38
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