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Members of AIAS, in the architecture programs at the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture at Taliesin West, Arizona State University Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, and the University of Arizona College of Architecture + Landscape Architecture are encouraged to post a single page 11x17 pdf of selected works including a brief resume and graphic example of school projects. Visit the AIA Arizona website to view submittals from past winners along with all other submittals and additional information at www.aia-arizona.org.

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  • marcela [email protected]

    University of Arizona College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture/2013Tucson Museum of Contemporary Art

    student photo 2 x 2

    Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society2007-2009Golden Key International Honor Society 2009-nowFreedom by Design team 2011-1012Freedom by Design Captain 2012-2013UA CALA Portfolio Award(Freedom by Design) 2012

    limit photo to the boundary of this yellow box.

    remove color and this text before placing photo

    520_312_015930517467

    generic form eart and sky connection + broadway and congress connection

    adjacent buildings heights correlation

    indentation in focal point toaccentuate it based on activitypatterns; more pronounce onfront side (congress)

    recessed courtyard bringsthe need for a new ground connection; a ramp is introduced.

    1. intimate connection with sky. awareness of nature in the core of downtown.

    2. ground level almost disappears to accentuate the intention of reconciliation between earth and sky.

    3. underground circulation brings y ou closer and aware of desert context.

    1. new elevated pedestrian path

    3. underground courtyard

    2. ground level

    Parallel lines in both buildings carry throughout the structure to form the triangular waffle slab,allowing longer spans.

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    The development of Downtown Tucson has to have an incremental, small scale, block by block, site by site nature to succeed.The unique settings in which the city occurs, must not be ignored, but consciously acknowledged.The proposed Museum of Contemporary Art aims to reconciliate the urban fabric of Downtown Tucson with the natural setting in which it exists.Two main volumes create a focal point in the building that bring awareness to the most prominent visual aesthetics of the Sonoran Desert; the sky and the earth (biodiversity).The massing of the twovolumes, accentuates the desire to strengthen the dynamism of the city core,welcoming the pedestrianactivity into the Museum.The waffle slab floor structureallows for big spans and openspaces for exhibition.It also allows for space for ligthing and mechanical systems.

    underground mechanicalrooms feed two verticalshafts that consequentlyprovide the mechanicalneeds for each floor;building componentactivation and mechanicalventilation.

    thick insulated concretewalls work together with two solar chimneys tocreate desirable conditions.the solar chimneys createa vacuum effect suckingthe cooled air from theunderground courtyardand shaded slanted wallsinto each floor.

    a concrete ramp respondsto the dissolution of theground level in the exterior.inside the buildings, themain vertical circulationpath is on the west volumefeeding the other part through bridges.both buildings have emergency stairs.

    Da3dalus1st Place Ribbon BW

  • DANI LORYN CHRISTI HILL e. [email protected]

    The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture at Taliesin West 2013The Outreach & Exhibit Space for Taliesin - Phoenix, AZ

    The built will manipulate the users perception of exterior surroundings, while sculpted prismatic forms and quality of light will direct interior views and circulation through clearly defined spaces.

    EDUCATION

    Endicott College - Beverly, MA 2011 Bachelor of Science in Interior DesignConcentation in Sustainable Design

    Karen Beck Felton 61 Scholarshiop for quality in Academic Achievement 2010

    Danish Institute for Study Abroad Copenhagen, DK 2010Interior Architecture

    EXPERIENCE

    Endicott College Physical Plant Beverly, MA 2011Assistant Designer

    3iVE LLC - Cambridge, MA 2010 Project Manager Assistant & Intern

    CONCEPT

    The Outreach and Exhibit Space for Taliesin is an opportunity to create a unique cul-tural extension of our micro-community at Taliesin West in a large public context. Both the unattractiveness of the physical site and the building program encourage the design to be focused inwardly, that is, on the experi-ence of the user inside the building. In par-ticular, the building will manipulate the us-ers perception of the exterior surroundings, while sculpted prismatic forms and quality of light will direct interior views and circu-lation through clearly organized spaces.

    The prism infinitely refracts light and dis-torts visual perception. What captures our attention is not the prism hanging above us, but the brilliant hues we notice on the floor, at which point our attention is turned to the mysterious origin of the light .

    To better relate the built form to my overall design concept the prismatic form my exploration was threefold: light, material , and the geometric manipulation of form. New conditions should highlight the con-crete form and grid, thus light folds and pat-tern best complement the existing structure.

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    The exploration of shape & color as undertood through the prism. The priliminary focus was on methods of folding, pushing & pulling otherwise planar surfaces.

    Phoenix Area Existing Structure Existing Details

    SITE: 16TH ST & Missouri Ave Phoenix, AZ

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    Existing double level columns and slabs. Add another level to fullfil programmatic requierments.

    Lift roof to and create clerestories to add light & volume in important central spaces that otherwise would be without daylight.

    Push and pull facade to create views in & out of building. Atrium, terrace, main enter-ance and parking evolve.

    EXISTING PARAMETERSSITE: 135W x 250 D. EXISTING STRUCTURE: 100 W x 196 DZONING: INTERMEDIATE COMMERCIAL ZONING (C-2) SQUARE FOOTAGE: 58,800 ( INCLUDES PARKING & UNCONDITIONED SPACES).

    PROGRAM1. ENTRY VESTIBULE: 2,000 SF2. PRESENTATION AREA: 1,500 SF (50 SEATS) 3. EXHIBIT AREA: 12,000 SF4. LIBRARY / RARE BOOKS: 650 SF 5. REA

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