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  • DANIELLE BLUMEArchitecture portfolio

    university of Nebraska Lincoln

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  • I have recently graduated with a Bachelors in Science of Design from the University of Nebraska- Lincoln. I am currently seeking a full-time Summer internship that could help me to learn more about the field of Architecture while gaining real-world experience.

    I am passionate about Residential Architecture; whether it be single- or multi-family projects and I enjoy playing with adjacencies while still allowing a floor plan to be efficient and functional.

    I am interested in learning more about Zero Net Energy Design and other sustainability concepts that can remain within a budget but provide amazing performance results in terms of energy consumption.

    After reviewing my portfolio, I hope that you will consider me a valuable addition to your team. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

    Danielle Blume

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  • D BDanielle BlumeDanielle Blume

    822 Foxcroft Court Apt 172 Lincoln, NE 68510

    (308) 350-0027

    danielle.blume@huskers.unl.edu

    education:education:

    Involvement/achievements:Involvement/achievements:

    Bachelors of Science in Design University of Nebraska-Lincoln i Lincoln, NE Expected Graduation I May 2015

    Minor Business Administration

    High School Diploma Southwest Public High School I Bartley, NE Graduation I May 2011

    UNL Study Abroad Program I Paris, France I Summer 2014 PARIS: STORIES in the HISTORY and THEORY of DESIGN

    American Institute of Architecture Students I Member I 2012-PresentAmerican Institute of Architecture Students I Forum-Chicago I 2013

    National Society of Collegiate Scholars I Member I 2012-PresentPhi Eta Sigma Honors Society I Member I 2011- PresentAlpha Lamda Delta Honors Society I Member I 2011-PresentUniversity of Nebrska Honors Program I Member I 2011-2014

    University Ambassadors I Member I 2011-2014

    Regents Scholarship I UNL I 2011-2015Augustin Scholarship I UNL I 2014-2015Darrell D Rippeteau Schoarship I UNL I 2013-2015A.A. & E.M. Dreier Scholarship I UNL I 2013-2014Edna Anderson Scholarship I UNL I 2013-2014W.F. & E.R. Day Scholarship I UNL I 2012-2013Architecture Development Fund I UNL I 2011-2012Mrs. G.G. Beams Memorial Fund I UNL I 2011-2012J Vaccaro Scholarship I UNL I 2011-2012iii.

  • employment: employment:

    skills: skills:

    Lincoln Grand Cinema I Box Office Attendant I Jan 2014-PresentLincoln Grand Cinema I People Pleaser I May 2014Tasks Include: Greeting Customers, Selling Tickets etc., Cleaning, Handling Money

    UNL Office of Admissions I Husker Guide I Aug 2012-PresentTasks Include: Giving Tours to Prospective Students

    Cinema 3 Theatre McCook, NE I Employee I June 2012-Jan 2014Tasks Include: Concessionist, Box Office Attendant, Cleaning Theatres, etc.

    Indianola City Swimming Pool I Lifeguard I May 2008-Aug 2013Indianola City Swimming Pool I Head Lifeguard I 2012-2013Tasks Include: Cleaning/Preparing Pool, Teaching Swim Lessons, Leading Mid-Summer Guard Training Sessions

    Revit 2014

    Rhinoceros 4.0

    Photoshop CS5

    InDesign CS5

    Illustrator CS5

    MS Office

    Sketch-Up

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    Arch 210: Barcode Development

    Arch 211: A Slice of Home

    Arch 310: (SUB)Urban Infill

    Arch 311: Meteorological Center & Field Station

    Arch 411: Habitat for Humanity Zero Net Energy Ready Home and Neighborhood

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  • Barcode

    Extended Barcode

    Model

    Contour

    Triangulated Surface

    Augmented Surface

    Triangulated surface

    Augmented surface

    Contours

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    Barcode

    ARCH 210: Elements of ArchitectureProfessor: David Karle Barcode, Parametric Profiling, Augmented Surface We were asked to create a unique barcode that was then interpreted into lines that were extruded and manipulated to create a parametric surface. We then had to create an augmented surface that interacted

    with the original parametric surface.

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  • Photographs: Clockwise from left: Detail shot showing gradual shift in profiles; detail shot showing slope and opening of tight crevice; model profiles with triangulated surface above; final model from the front left; final model from the front right.

    Made out of bass wood and vellum, the line drawing shows the process of creating the Augmented Surface.

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  • BACK ALLEY

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    ARCH 211: Fundamentals of DesignProfessor: Peter Olshavsky ivA Slice of HomeAs requested, this is a project to create an Accessory Dwelling Unit to be placed facing an alley in Lincoln, Nebraska. This unit was designed for a Millenial either still in College or just newly graduated. Located at 1508 Garfield St., this one bed/one bath honors the individual who is

    more apt to biking or walking than driving.

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    ARCH 310: Fundamentals of Architectural DesignProfessor: Mark Hoistad(SUB)Urban InfillWe were given the opportunity to design a small apartment complex that would be located in the Wellington Greens neighborhood of Lincoln, Nebraska. For this project, it was necessary to take site into consideration and the class mapped out each contour during a site visit.

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  • Left: Human-scale perspective showing walk alongside the building.

    Below from left: First floor of living center showing gathering space; Research cubicles on third floor of field station; Second level of living center showing atrium space open to gathering space below.

    Bottom from left: Section showing connection between living center and field station; Section through auditorium space, library, and research labs; Section showing staircase leading up to the observation deck.

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    ARCH 311: Architectural Design: Ecological ContextProfessor: Nate KrugMeteorological Center and Field StationWe were invited to design the meteorological center to fit a triangular lot of land just North of the Assurity Center in Lincoln, Nebraska near UNL's City Campus. This would be an extension of Innovation Campus and would be both a place of research and work and a place for the scientists to live. It was expected for this building to be a site for elementary school field trips and so accommodations had to be made for bus traffic and parking.

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    Ground Floor BasementFlat Lot, Detached Garage Front Slope Lot, Garage in the Basement

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  • Concrete Foundation Footing6" Gravel

    3" Rigid InsulationR20

    4 Slab On Grade

    1/4" Carpet Pad

    1/2" Carpet

    8" Concrete

    5/8" GWB

    2"x6" Framed Wall

    1" Rigid InsulationR7

    Vinyl Siding

    Batt InsulationR38

    2"x12" Floor Framing

    3/4" Plywood Sheathing

    Flooring

    Vented Airspace

    5/8" GWB

    5 1/2 SIPS PanelR42

    1/2 Air Space

    Asphalt Shingles

    Self-Adhered Roof Membrane

    5/8 OSB

    1 x 1 Wood Member

    5 1/2 SIP PanelR42

    Wood Frame Members

    Metal Drip EdgeGutter

    Metal Gutter BracketNail

    FasciaSoffit Board

    Unfaced Batt InsulationR25

    SIP ScrewWood Truss

    Wall Anchor

    Closed-Cell Spray Foam InsulationR36

    4 Drainage Tile

    Concrete Foundation Footing

    6" Gravel

    3" Rigid InsulationR20

    4 Slab On Grade

    1/4" Carpet Pad

    1/2" Carpet

    4 Drainage Tile

    No. 4 Rebar

    Reinforcing Dowel #4 @ 12

    Sash Sill Horizontal

    Weather Stripping

    Frame Sill

    Double Paned Window

    Sash Head Horizontal

    Nailing Fin

    Foam Weather Strip

    Frame Head

    5 1/2 SIP Panel

    5/8 GWB

    2 x 6 FramingSpray Foam

    Window Schedule

    Family Height Width Manufacturer Comments

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    Jeld-Wen ClerestoryJeld-Wen ClerestoryJeld-Wen Clerestory

    Bedroom 3

    Bedroom 5Bedroom 4

    Bedroom 1

    Bedroom 2

    Basement Living RoomBasement Living Room1st Floor Living Room1st Floor Living Room1st Floor Living RoomDining RoomDining RoomDining RoomKitchenKitchenKitchen

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