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MARIA

LEAO

2022-2024

table of contents

6 - 19

An Architectural Code Exchange

Affordable Housing +

Performance Space

20 - 27

Glarus Pavilion

Pavilion

28 - 33

Mixed-Use Urban Development

Housing Apartment

34 - 43

Internship Work

Physical Modeling

Massing Studies

Construction Drawings

44 - 51

Abroad Experience

Photographs + Sketches

ARCHITECTURE

2


ML

Maria F. C. Leao

Blacksburg, VA 24060 (818) 575 -0681 marial@vt.edu

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Architecture

Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA

• Overall GPA: 3.93; In major GPA: 4.0

Chicago Studio, Virginia Tech

Chicago, IL

• Semester long program in Chicago, IL

• Integrative studio dedicated to exploring urban implications and addressing real-world challenges

Exp. May 2024

Spring 2023

Steger Center Study Abroad Semester, Virginia Tech

Riva San Vitale, Switzerland

• Residency program in Switzerland with architectural-focused travels across Europe

Fall 2022

RELATED

EXPERIENCE

Cannon Design I Architectural Intern

Chicago, IL

• Conducted and presented massing studies alongside the project designer for a hospital campus building

situated in Wisconsin

• Championed code compliance and occupancy plans effort through utilizing revit

• Excelled in 3D printing, laser cutting, and assembling various physical models

Summer 2023

Booth Hansen I Architectural Student Intern

April - May 2023

Chicago, IL

• 3-week internship hosted by Virginia Tech, gaining hands-on industry experience during the academic semester

• Executed drawings and 3D models for a high-rise commercial building in Chicago and a school addition project

La Bella Associates I Architectural Intern

Summer 2022

Charlotte, NC

• Collaborated with architects on a variety of projects including Healthcare, Multi-Purpose Buildings, and Stadium

• Contributed to drawings for schematic design and construction documentation phases

• Steered the creation and development of a Hospital Master Plan publication

• Partnered with an interior designer to curate and choose finishes and materials

Design for America (DFA) I Architecture Team Member

Fall 2021 - Spring 2022

Blacksburg, VA

• Executed a year-long project designing a kayak locker for a community near the Virginia Tech campus

• Engaged with 4 cross-disciplinary team members in developing a spectrum of innovative design solutions

National Org. of Minority Arch. Students I Design Team Lead

Fall 2021 - Spring 2022

Blacksburg, VA

• Led the club’s design team while designing event posters, supporting event marketing efforts as well as

organizing weekly idea sessions for group-sponsored events

SOFTWARES

• Revit

• AutoCad

• Rhino

• SketchUp

• Photoshop

• Illustrator

• Indesign

• Enscape

• V-ray

• Bluebeam

LANGUAGES

Portuguese

English

Spanish

INVOLVEMENT

Brazilian Student Association at VT (BRASA) I Member

The Women’s Network at VT (TWN) I Member

Building Women in Construction at VT (BWIC) I Member

August 2020 - Present

August 2020 - May 2022

August 2020 - May 2022

RECOGNITION/

CERTIFICATION

LEED Green Associate

Dean’s List for 9 semesters

Chicago Studio Scholarship Recipient

August 2023 - Present

August 2019 - Present

Spring 2022

LINKS

https://www.linkedin.com/in/mariacarvalholeao

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AN ARCHITECTURAL CODE EXCHANGE

Affordable Housing + Performance Space

Project date: 4th year - Integrative Studio Spring 2023.

Location: Chicago, IL.

Description: Situated in the southside of Chicago, this group project tackles the paradoxes of diversity and

integration to address issues of gentrification by mitigating displacement while promoting the development of

the neighborhood.

Concept: The concept was derived from the biological process of meiosis, in which a parent cell turns into

four new cells BUT keeps half of the DNA of the original parent cell. An evolving neighborhood will inevitably

experience some losses, but there needs to be enough diversity between existing and new residents to

mitigate for that loss. This interpretation manifests itself in creating rehearsal and office spaces for the Chicago

Philharmonic alongside 50 affordable housing units comprised of mixed middle housing: townhomes, duplexes,

and apartment units.

Softwares: Revit, Rhino, Sketchup, Enscape, Photoshop, Illustrator.

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East Elevation

The two systems, residential and philharmonic, are clearly expressed in the elevation interlocking

one another. Although they are expressed differently, they still wrap around each other.


Source: Missing Middle Housing

Current South

Shore Typology

Predicted

Affordable Housing

Development

Proposed Middle

Housing

Basing off the idea of missing midde housing, we decided to incorporate 3 different housing types: apt units, duplexes, and townhomes.

They scale down incrementally to the size of the neighborhood from the streetfront down to the adjacent residential district.

SCALING DOWN TO NEIGHBORHOOD

The Green line ends at about 30 minutes away from our site, so we proposed an express bus service that runs from our site through all

primary destinations in the neighborhood and city.

Sun diagram

This diagonal form allows most of the units to face north, have access to winter sun and gain direct views to the city. The diaganal tapers

down towards the middle allowing sunlight to penetrate all of our outdoor spaces and vegetation.

Formwise, derived from meiosis and its process: we start off with a

chromosome that splits its tip, and crosses over that tip to the other

chromosome strand (known as "crossing over" step in meiosis).

Form diagram

Within this transitional phase, a lot of code exchange happens in

between - and we wanted to activate these transitional areas within

our program.

Parking

BOH

Existing Green Line - train

Proposed Bus Service

Porposed Divvy Bikes Station

Townhomes

BOH

Retail Residential

Lobby 1

Residential Lobby 2

Black Box Theatre

Philharmonic Lobby

Program diagram

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1

2

3

CODE EXCHANGE #1 - PUBLIC + SITE CODE EXCHANGE #2 - PHILHARMONIC + PUBLIC CODE EXCHANGE #3 - PHILHARMONIC + RESIDENTS

Threshold: Entrance Plaza. Ampitheatre for outdoor performances. Flexible amenity space for residents; Events space for philharmonic.

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GREEN ROOF & URBAN FARMING

Pasively Cools Building

Reduces Stormwater Runoff

Attracts wildlife

RENEWABLE ENERGY

Sufficient Roof Surface for PV Arrays

HIGH PERFORMANCE SCREEN

Solar Shading w/o Obstructing View

Function as Planters

Adds Privacy

Function as Guardrails for Balconies

CODE EXCHANGE #4 - PUBLIC + RESIDENTS

Flexible gathering space for a farmer’s market adjacent to front yards of townhomes.

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LOW-E STOREFRONT GLASS

Allows for Indoor Heating & Cooling

Blocks UV and Infrared light

Allows for Visible Light to pass through

STEPPED GREEN ROOF

Facing South vs North

Sustsinable Strategies & Transitional Spaces diagram

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CODE EXCHANGE #5 - RESIDENTS + RESIDENTS

Urban Farming & Playground adjacent to music classroom & daycare; Catered towards different

age groups and different housing types.


The floor of the balcony extends out to be flush

with the screen. The screen acts as a guardrail

and bespoke flower planters are welded onto

the screen alternating with the glass panels.

Aluminium screen pre-fabricated

offsite and welded

together at the corners.

A steel connection is cast into the concrete slab. A

plate is welded on the connection with horizontal

and vertical slits allowing room for the screen to

be adjusted up and down, left and right.

A thick banding on top enforces

our dynamic form and emphasizes,

architecturally, how our building

meets the sky.

Balcony and Screen Detail

Pre-cast concrete structure

Low-e glass curtain wall

CMU structure

Brick

Low-e glass

Concrete Screen

Pre-cast concrete structure

Low-e glass curtain wall

Aluminum screen

Detail Section

Materials Diagram

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Makeup Air Shaft

Heat Pump

Bathroom Exhaust Vent

Washer+Dryer Exhaust Vent

Rooftop Mechanical Package

Surface mounted

light

Recessed light

Wall mounted light

Linear fixture

Double Outlet

Double Outlet GFCI

Single switch

In-unit circuit

panel

Cold Water

Hot Water

Waste pipe

Vent

Wall Mounted Sprinkler

Ceiling Mounted

Sprinkler

Water Line

Fire Dpt Wall Connection

Dead End

Corridor

Low

Voltage

178

240

Elec

Jan

Closet

2HR Fire

Rated

Corridor

Width:72”

Maximum Travel

Distance = 215’

1 HR

Fire Rated

2HR Fire

Rated

147

240

147

147

Elec

Low

Voltage

2HR Fire

Rated

DEAD END CORRIDOR (MAX)

(ICC 1020.4)

SINGLE EXIT ALLOWED

(ICC 1006.3.3)

MAXIMUM TRAVEL DISTANCE

(ICC 1017.2)

MINIMUM STAIR WIDTH

(ICC 1011.2)

MINIMUM CORRIDOR WIDTH

(ICC 1020.2)

MINIMUM NO. OF EXITS REQUIRED

(ICC 1006.3)

NAME

Residential Units

Residential Corridor

Outdoor Terrace

Trash Room

Low Voltage Room

Electrical Room

Make-up Air Vent

Min stair width 44".

Exception: 36" if

occupant load < 50

ICC 10 - 1011.2

Hour rating 2HR

for > to 4 stories;

1HR for < 4 stories

ICC 713.4

3' - 8"

3' - 8"

Clear width between

handrail 36"

ICC 1014.8

OCCUPANT USE GROUP

(ICC 10-1004 TABLE 1004.1.2)

Residential

Residential

Assembly wo Fixed Seats

Accessory Storage

Handrail should be

continuous with

adjacent handrail

IAC 505.3

ICC 10 - 1014.6

Mech. Equip. Room

Mech. Equip. Room

Mech. Equp. Room

3' - 8" 10R AT 11"

1' - 0"

Bottom extension

tread depth beyond

last riser nosing

IAC 505.10.3

Riser height: 7"

Tread depth: 11"

IAC 504.2

Max depth nosing 1 1/2"

IAC 504.5

50 FT, 20 FT IN ASSEMBLY OCCUPANCY

SHAFT ENCLOSURES: 2 HR

NO SINGLE EXITS ALLOWED

W/ SPRINKLERS : 0.3 IN/OCC. MIN WIDTH 36”

A, M, R-2 OCCUPANCY: 250FT, S-2 OCCUPANCY: 400FT

36”

36”

2 (1-499 OCCUPANTS) OR FLOOR AREA > 4,000 SQFT

3 (500-1000 OCCUPANTS)

OCCUPANCY LOAD

0' - 0 3/4"

AREA

10,852 SF

3,039 SF

7,132 SF

91 SF

83 SF

80 SF

54 SF

0' - 11" 1' - 0"

Top extension 12"

min from first riser

nosing

IAC 505.10.2

STAIR EXIT LOAD / CAPACITY

0' - 11"

3' - 8"

125

125

20

300

300

300

300

< stairway/door width

(whichever is greater)

ICC 1010.1.6

SQFT

TYPE

GROSS

GROSS

NET

GROSS

GROSS

GROSS

GROSS

Path of egress

travel should not be

interupted by

building elements

ICC 1003.6

OCCUPANT

LOAD

2' - 8"

STAIR CAPACITY

2HR WALL:

1HR WALL:

OCCUPANT

LOAD

Total

87

24

357

1

1

1

1

472

Area of refuge

30" x 48" per 200

occupants

IAC 506.6.3

0' - 9"

1' - 0"

Handrail Clear

Width 1 1/2"

IAC 505.5

-Pivoted or side-hinged

door type

ICC 1010.1.2

- Door swing direction of

egress

ICC 1010.1.2.1

-Door clear width min 32"

IAC 404.2.3

Director's

Office

Medium

Office

Medium

Office

Copy

Phone

Rm

Phone

Rm

Coat

Rm

Work

Station

Water

Closet

Medium

Office

Water

Closet

Work

Station

Work

Station

LV

50 SF

Elec

49 SF

Work

Station

Work

Station

Small

Office

Work

Station

Work

Station

Large

Office

Large

Office

Work

Station

Work

Station

Storage

Work

Station

Small

Office

Small

Office

Conference

Room

Music

Classroom

Black Box Theater

5407 SF

Daycare

DN

open to below

A.1

C.16

21

20

19

18

16

14

12

11

10

9

8

1' - 6"

A.3

Loading

350 SF

Prac Studio

1005 SF

Storage

Mech Room w/

Generator

287 SF

352 SF

Prac Studio

C.1

80 SF

Trash

366 SF

Prac Studio

Green Room

806 SF

C.2

Fitness Room

852 SF

C.5

Conference Room

394 SF

A B C D F

LV

50 SF

Elec

49 SF

C.6

Men

93 SF

Women

94 SF

94 SF

Jan Cl

441 SF

Leasing Off

309 SF

Bike Storage

438 SF

Mail + Pack.

G H I J K

13' - 6" 27' - 0" 27' - 0" 27' - 0" 27' - 0" 27' - 6"

Control C.4

259 SF

111 SF

Jan Cl

18' - 0" 23' - 6" 18' - 0" 23' - 6"

E

C.7

C.8

5407 SF

Black Box Theater

C.9

C.10

C.11

Vest

325 SF

C.12

Bar

393 SF

C.13

341 SF

Bike Storage

D.5 N

Men

217 SF

220 SF

Women

109 SF

Box Office

146 SF

Coat Check

361 SF

Mail+ Package

2253 SF

Community Bodega

81 SF

Trash

24' - 0"

2' - 6"

C.14

27' - 0"

B.1

D.4

D.1

C.15

Q

B.2

D.2

D.3

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

17

15

13

23' - 6"

20’ 3”

Life Safety - Floor Level 3 Scale: 1/16”

MEANS OF EGRESS REQUIREMENTS

21' - 0"

22' - 6"

FIRE RATING REQUIREMENTS

(ICC 7-713.4)

STAIR CAPACITY PER OCCUPANT SERVED

(ICC 1005.3.1)

27' - 0"

15' - 6"

20' - 0"

21' - 6"

21' - 0"

27' - 0"

26' - 6"

22' - 6"

20' - 0"

20' - 0"

20' - 0"

LOAD

FACTOR

20' - 0"

0' - 1 1/2"

3' - 0" .

Concierge

22' - 6"

17' - 6"

18' - 0"

20' - 0"

20' - 0"

20' - 0"

20' - 0"

20' - 0"

19' - 6"

19' - 6"

25' - 6"

26' - 6"

26' - 6"

19' - 6"

26' - 6"

26' - 6"

22' - 0"

Legend

Legend

19' - 6"

Legend

Legend

000

000

24' - 6"

22' - 0"

Mechanical plan

Electrical plan

Plumbing plan

Sprinklers plan

Life Safety/Egress plan ADA unit Structural plan

SOUTHWEST

EAST/WEST

SOUTH

NORTH

NORTHEAST

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North Elevation

The south elevation clearly expresses the relationship between old and new. The townhomes represent old and exisiting (parent cells) and the screen

represents what’s new (daughter cells). In conclusion, the neighborhood can have a child of its own but the parents can still be a part of it.


Second Floor Plan

Third Floor Plan

16Ground Floor Plan

Roof Plan


playground/

urban farming

ampitheater

philharmonic

lobby

parking

garage

apt units

mural wall

terrace

street

parking

street

parking

two

bus lane

3 lane road bike trail

3 lane

road

bus

stop

bus

stop

street

parking

EW Section

townhomes

playground/

urban farming

daycare

ampitheater

terrace

blackbox

theater

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NS Section


GLARUS PAVILION

Pavilion

Project date: 4th year - Fall 2023 Semester Abroad.

Location: Berne, Switzerland.

Description: Pavillion representing one of the 26 cantons of Switzerland, in this case Glarus, that would be displayed

along other pavilions at an exposition in a piaza located in the capital of the country, Berne.

Concept: Exploration of gaps and connections between architectural and non-architetcural elements, ranging

from columns and beams to light and shadows. Placement of columns, stairs, and walls are all derived from the

same pattern - fibonacci sequence, which is the “module” of this design.

Softwares: Revit, Sketchup, Enscape, Photoshop, Illustrator.

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East Section Perspective


Detail Drawings

Wall Pattern

UP

DN

Column

Placement

2' - 10" 1' - 9" 1' - 1"

Stairs Width

1' - 9" 2' - 10" 1' - 1"

Exploded Axonometric

Floor Plan and Module Diagrams

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Latitudinal Section


Renderings

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MIXED-USE URBAN DEVELOPMENT

Housing Apartment

Project date: 3rd year - Spring 2022.

Location: Blacksburg, VA.

Situated in downtown Blacksburg, this design strategically incorporates corner balconies to optimize

residents’ downtown views. The alternating balconies introduce a distinctive structural challenge, as

we had to address both thermal breaks and cantilevers. A significant driving factor behind this design

was capturing the breathtaking mountain vistas that Blacksburg is renowned for.

Description: Housing apartment with 2 and 3-bedrom rental units

with a luxury suite at the top for the owner, who is a chef.

Concept: Optimization of space due to a height limit and a high

number of units through stacking and repetition. Structurally

focused, there is a special structural condition encountered in the

cantilivered balconies.

Softwares: Autocad, Sketchup, Enscape, Photoshop and Illustrator.

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30 Rendering


BEDROOM

BATHROOM

BATHROOM BATHROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

MECHANICAL MECHANICAL

ROOM ROOM

BEDROOM

BALCONY

BALCONY

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

BALCONY

BALCONY

LIVING

LIVING

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

BEDROOM

BATHROOM

BEDROOM

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BALCONY

BALCONY

LIVING

LIVING

ENTRANCE

ENTRANCE

1-2

BATH

1-2

BATH

LIVING

LIVING

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

DINING

DINING

1-2

BATH

1-2

BATH

BALCONY

BALCONY

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

BALCONY

BALCONY

LIVING

LIVING

ENTRANCE

ENTRANCE

DINING

DINING

1-2

BATH

1-2

BATH

DINING

DINING

ENTRANCE

ENTRANCE

ENTRANCE

ENTRANCE

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

1-2

BATH

1-2

BATH

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

LAUNDRY

1-2

1-2

BATH BATH

LAUNDRY LAUNDRY LAUNDRY

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

LAUNDRY

1-2

1-2

BATH BATH

LAUNDRY LAUNDRY

LAUNDRY

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

LAUNDRY

1-2

1-2

BATH BATH

LAUNDRY LAUNDRY

LAUNDRY

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

LAUNDRY

MECHANICAL MECHANICAL

LAUNDRY ROOM ROOM

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

LAUNDRY

1-2

1-2

BATH BATH

LAUNDRY LAUNDRY LAUNDRY

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

STORAGE

STORAGE

DOWN

DOWN

DOWN

DOWN

BALCONY BALCONY

LIVING LIVING

LIVING LIVING

UP UP LIVING LIVING

UP UP UP

UP

LIVING

LIVING

BALCONY

BALCONY

DOWN

DOWN

DINING

DINING

DINING

DINING

DOWN

DOWN

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

BALCONY

BALCONY

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

BALCONY

BALCONY

BALCONY-

ROOFTOP

BALCONY-

ROOFTOP

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

DINING

DINING

DINING

DINING

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

1ST FLOOR 1ST FLOOR 2ND FLOOR 2ND FLOOR 4TH FLOOR 4TH FLOOR 5TH FLOOR 5TH FLOOR 3RD FLOOR 3RD FLOOR

BALCONY

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

BALCONY

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BATHROOM

LIVING

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

1-2

BATH

BALCONY

LIVING

LIVING

BEDROOM

ENTRANCE

DINING

1-2

BATH

BALCONY

BATHROOM

BALCONY

LIVING

ENTRANCE

DINING

ENTRANCE

1-2

BATH

ENTRANCE

BEDROOM

1-2

BATH

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

LAUNDRY

1-2

BATH

1-2

BATH

LAUNDRY

LAUNDRY LAUNDRY

BATHROOM

KITCHEN

LAUNDRY

1-2

BATH

LAUNDRY

BATHROOM

LAUNDRY

MECHANICAL

ROOM

KITCHEN

LAUNDRY

1-2

BATH

LAUNDRY

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

STORAGE

DOWN

UP

DOWN

UP

LIVING

LIVING

BALCONY

DOWN

LIVING

DOWN

UP

LIVING

BALCONY

DOWN

DINING

DINING

DOWN

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

BEDROOM

BALCONY

KITCHEN

BALCONY

BALCONY-

ROOFTOP

KITCHEN

BEDROOM

DINING

BATHROOM

DINING

BATHROOM

2ND FLOOR 3RD FLOOR

4TH FLOOR 5TH FLOOR 3RD FLOOR

Wall section detail

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BATHROOM

BALCONY

BALCONY

LIVING

ENTRANCE

BEDROOM

1-2

BATH

LAUNDRY

MECHANICAL

ROOM

LAUNDRY

1-2

BATH

LAUNDRY

KITCHEN

STORAGE

DOWN

UP

LIVING

BALCONY

DOWN

DINING

BALCONY-

ROOFTOP

KITCHEN

BEDROOM

BATHROOM

5TH FLOOR

3RD FLOOR

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Floor Plans

Wall section


INTERNSHIP WORK

Physical Modeling

Dates: Summer 2023.

Location: Cannon Design - Chicago, IL.

Role:

Collaborated closely with an architect to produce a physical model for a competition for the

El Paso VA Medical Center. Our team harnessed technologies, including laser cutting and 3D

printing, to bring this vision to life. Remarkably, this intricate model was crafted in just three

days, showcasing our exceptional efficiency and rapid prototyping capabilities. The model

featured complex walls constructed from three layers: acrylic, reflective paper, and a finely

crafted pattern, all meticulously combined to achieve the desired visual effect.

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INTERNSHIP WORK

Physical Modeling

Date: Summer 2023.

Location: Cannon Design - Chigaco, IL.

Role:

Collaborated closely with an architect and other interns to produce a physical model for a RFP client

meeting. Remarkably, this intricate model was crafted in just two days, showcasing our exceptional

efficiency and rapid model making capabilities.

Facade Option 1 Facade Option 2

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Elevation


INTERNSHIP WORK

Massing Studies

Date: Summer 2023.

Role:

Worked in close collaboration with the design architect and fellow project architects to generate diverse massing studies for

a tower addition within a hospital campus in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The project advanced and I got to explore skin studies,

incorporating varied patterns influenced by solar orientation and room layouts. This also encompassed the exploration of

different stair tower shapes and facade materials.

Location: Cannon Design - Chicago, IL.

Softwares: SketchUp, Rhino and Enscape.

Skin Option 1 Skin Option 1

Skin Option 2

Skin Option 2

Skin Option 3

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INTERNSHIP WORK

Construction Drawings

Date: Summer 2022.

Location: LaBella Associates - Charlotte, NC.

Role:

Partnered with an interior designer to curate and choose finishes and materials for a clinic in North Carolina. Drew many

iterations of color and pattern/texture combinations.

Used Revit to adjust construction drawings such as elevations, floor plans, interior plans and reflected ceiling plans - and

place them on sheets. Also, created new sheets and schedules in Revit.

Softwares: Revit and Photoshop.

Typical Corridor in HWW - 48" clear opening for doors

Typical Corridor in Primary Care - 36" clear opening for doors

Elevation - Breakroom West

Elevation - Breakroom North

Elevation - Nurse Station Interior Side - TYP

Elevation - HWW Nurse B

Elevation - HWW Nurse A

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Interior Wall Finish Plan

Reflected Ceiling Plan

Interior Finish Plan

Floor Plan

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ABROAD EXPERIENCE

Photographs & Sketches

Dates: Summer 2021 & Fall 2022.

Location: Switzerland, France, Germany, Italy, Greece,

Austria, Copenhagen, Mexico.

Description: Photographs from study abroads done

during architecture school. Mix of photos and sketches

from 4th year study abroad semester in Switzerland and

3rd year summer study abroad in Mexico.

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thank

you.

ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN & PHOTOGRAPHY 2022-2024

end.

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