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  • 1. E. RANDALL HARDER PORTFOLIO I am passionate about the sensitive creation of place in the built environment. Distinguishing a particular place from another requires awareness of use, culture, a point in time and context. Architecture has the opportunity to become the backdrop for memory making experiences. I believe that all people have a desire to connect not only with others but with a place, and in particular, places that foster a feeling of ownership and community pride.
  • 2. TRANSfusion The desire to heal, revive, respect & remix the retail community. Existing Modules TRANSition: We are at the cusp of a fundamental evolution of retail. TRANSformation: New life is injected via mobile retail villages that fuse TRANSmutable: This flexible experiment allows developers to easily shift TRANSact: Bold new retail concepts intermingle with local favorites to New cultural and social communities. New demographic and ethnographic shopping, entertainment, food and socialization. Composed of pre-made, the mix of shops, restaurants, and entertainment to meet the needs of any create a spontaneous and exhilarating shopping event that is all at once groups. New vocabulary and language. New ways of communicating. New sustainable modules inserted into the landscape that adapt to their context. community at any time of the day. exclusive, inspiring, global and grounded. Limited edition product offerings, icons and totems. New forms of commerce Modifications capitalize on climate conditions and responsibly use and paired with one-night-only entertainment options, create an energy and generate the energy within each region. excitement that traditional retail establishments cannot match. TRANSparent: Retail interaction is now a two-way street. Today through TRANSportation: Linked to mass transit, these HUBS become the new TRANSlate: Re-purposed shipping containers are fabricated off-site TRANScend: More than just retail, it is communal… what Ray Oldenburg online social networks, the customer defines and judges what the brand is, cores of our communities. to the specifications of many iconic brands as retail called the ‘THIRD PLACE’. Combined with live/work loft-style housing units, and how it evolves. Developers need to build an architectural framework and experience. a zero carbon footprint can be attained. as a backdrop to retail tenants, who must be fluid in defining who they are, Reduced commuting needs give back our most precious commodity – time what they stand for and how they stay in synch with their customer.
  • 3. Box TRANSfusion TRANSfusion is radical placemaking with heart and soul, where community is the framework and fashion, theater ‘Thinking Inside The Box’. Dissect it, creating a midsize box and support modules surrounding a plaza that engages the customer and delight are infused H Infill TRANSfusion night after night. D W L In Urban Markets, vacated sites become pocket parks with activated edge modules Infill TRANSfusion R Retail: concept stores, lab stores, R global brands, local flavor Entertainment: events, fashion, Carve out public space E concerts, new media installations surrounded by niche market modules in a dying wing E Hospitality: amenities, H Restaurants, hotels Strip TRANSfusion Community: social zones, C revitalization, sustainable mission L Live: sustainable, modular units W Work / Live: sustainable, modular units ‘Flip the Strip’ with modules and community space C where parking was and park the existing building for sustainable work/live units above TRANSformed D Depot: mass transit hub
  • 4. OVATION MIXED-USE NEWPORT, KY Located at the confluence of the Ohio and Licking Rivers, Ovation will be an urban destination unlike any in the region. The over $900m mixed-use project will include 500,000 sf of retail, 1.1m sf of office, 1,200 residences and 600 hotel rooms. A landscaped levee and park system integrates the project with the river edge. Buildings and public space are oriented to maximize the magnificent skyline vistas of downtown Cincinnati. FRCH RESPONSIBILITIES: Architectural Concept Design Co-Lead
  • 5. Building Key 1. Levee Townhouses 2. Plaza Townhouses w/ Restaurants 3. High Rise Condos 4. High Rise Office & Hotel 5. Low Rise Office with Retail at Street 6. Low Rise Apartment w/ Retail at Street 7. Third Street Condos w/ Retail at Street 8. Loft Condos with Retail at Street 9. Garden Condos 10. Fourth Street Apartments w/ Street Retail 11. Hotel 12. Office Condos with Retail at Street 13. Low Rise Senior Housing 14. Boutique Hotel Site Plan Activity Key A. Monumental Torch and Water Ring B. Marina – River Cruise C. Marina Pavilion Cafe D. Swing Park E. Monument F. Promenade G. Play Area H. Formal Garden I. Picnic Area J. Nature Area K. Boat House L. Giant Boulder Park M. Zen Garden N. Fountain Plaza O. Dog Park P. Pool Q. Play Area R. Active Lawn S. Sculpture Garden and Pavilion café T. Central Square U. Tree Alley V. Zeroscape Botanic Garden W. Overlook Pavilion
  • 6. OVATION MIXED-USE NEWPORT, KY Located at the confluence of the Ohio and Licking Rivers, Ovation will be an urban destination unlike any in the region. The over $900m mixed-use project will include 500,000 sf of retail, 1.1m sf of office, 1,200 residences and 600 hotel rooms. A landscaped levee and park system integrates the project with the river edge. Buildings and public space are oriented to maximize the magnificent skyline vistas of downtown Cincinnati. FRCH RESPONSIBILITIES: Architectural Concept Design Co-Lead and sketchup/photoshop renderings.
  • 7. THE DUBAI MALL DUBAI, UAB Concept design for over 5 million square feet of retail shops and gold souks. Directly adjacent to the world’s tallest building, the Burj Dubai. JPRA RESPONSIBILITIES: Schematic Design Lead
  • 8. a simple box opening up to reveal beauty within.... a galaxy revealing it’s stars..........,.............. a desert revealing an oasis....................... a shell revealing it’s pearl...................... a jewel box revealing gems.......................
  • 9. THE SHOPS AT CITY SQUARE SALT LAKE CITY, UT New mall within two city blocks (20 acres) to replace two existing malls. The 2-story Mall weaves its way around 8 existing office towers and 4 new residential towers, with three anchors including Nordstroms. JPRA RESPONSIBILITIES: Schematic Design Lead
  • 10. THE MALL AT MILLENIA ORLANDO, FL An extraordinary experience, whether visiting Orlando for business or pleasure, from overseas or the U.S.A. Visitors from around the globe are invited to add world-class shopping to the list of Orlando attractions. A dazzling selection of international stores makes The Mall at Millenia an essential shopping destination. This exceptional collection of retailers is presented in a distinctive environment designed with dramatic architecture and amenities. JPRA RESPONSIBILITIES: Schematic Design and Design Development Team
  • 11. NORTHLAKE MALL CHARLOTTE, NC The 1.1 million square foot Regional Shopping Center’s concept is based on the mill factories in the region and the ‘front porch’ hospitality of the community, creating a warm and inviting entry that carries deep into the mall. JPRA RESPONSIBILITIES: Schematic Design and Design Development Lead
  • 12. fuego agua a marina TRINCITY MALL TRINCITY MALL TRINCITY MALL TRINCITY, TRINIDAD FRCH was challenged with designing a master plan expansion at Trincity Mall to create a shopping and entertainment destination for this Trinidad community. A phased development of interior and exterior “neighborhoods” is designed to create a shopping holiday for both local customers as well as international visitors. “Sense of place” is created through varied architectural experiences, with careful placement of color, texture and patterns that is reflective of an international spin on Trinidad. FRCH RESPONSIBILITIES: Design Development Lead and sketchup/photoshop renderings.
  • 13. THE DOMAIN AUSTIN, TX Concept design of a mixed-use project featuring 700,000 sf of high - end retailers including Tiffany & Co., Macy’s and Neiman Marcus. 75,000 sf of office and 400 high-end apartments above the retail completes a streetscape that meanders around 100 year old oak trees. SADI 2008 and ICSC 2008 award winner for Innovative Design. JPRA RESPONSIBILITIES: Architectural Concept Design Lead and Schematic Design Co-Lead
  • 14. THE SHOPS AT WATERSIDE NAPLES, FL Renovation of an existing, plant overgrown exterior shops to a lush landscaped oasis with soothing waterfalls. A place to relax and enjoy luxury retailers including Saks Fifth Avenue, Cartier, Gucci, Tiffany & Co., Burberry, Anthropologie and more. JPRA RESPONSIBILITIES: Architectural Concept Design and Schematic Design Team
  • 15. XAVIER EAST CAMPUS CINCINNATI, OH FRCH was challenged with creating a mixed-use destination for students and adjacent communities to work, live and play. Keying off the surrounding urban grid, a diagonal street composition was applied to the masterplan. A serpentine parkway integrates the existing campus with the new village and will include over a million sf of office, hotel, student housing, apartments, recreational center, retail and restaurant space. FRCH RESPONSIBILITIES: Master Planning and Architectural Concept Design Co-Lead
  • 16. SAN FERNANDO MIXED-USE SAN FERNANDO, TRINIDAD FRCH designed a master plan for a retail and entertainment based mixed-use destination for the San Fernando region of Trinidad. The concept is influenced by the rhythms of Trinidad music, culture and geometric forms that evolve into one another. The site will include two levels of open- air and enclosed shopping, a 12-screen cinema and bowling alley, grocery store, restaurants surrounding a series of lagoons and gardens and an 85-room hotel with condominiums above. FRCH RESPONSIBILITIES: Master Planning and Architectural Concept Design Co-Lead
  • 17. THE GALLERIA AT TOKYO MIDTOWN ROPPONGi, TOKYO, JAPAN A 4-story open arcade hosts 220,000 sf of retail on the 4.5 acre site, helping to knit together residential and office spaces. The wood and glass materials evoke regional architecture. Honorable mention award for SADI 2008 and ICSC 2008 award winner for Innovative Design. COMMARTS / JPRA RESPONSIBILITIES: Architectural Concept Design and Schematic Design Team
  • 18. COMERICA PARK, DETROIT, MICHIGAN Lounge areas, restaurants and retail shops of the new ‘Tiger Stadium’. The Beer Gardens Include a ferris wheel, large barbeque grills, giant baseball player topiaries and tiger head marquee-lit archways. JPRA RESPONSIBILITIES: Retail, Restaurant and Hospitality Architectural and Interior Design Development Lead and on-site overseer of design for three months. (hand rendered elevations).
  • 19. GROSSE POINTE LOT 2 AND 3 GROSSE POINTE, MICHIGAN The citie’s masterplan is to expand downtown by replacing the parking lots behind main street with a 3-story mixed-use project with over 100 condominiums above two levels of parking (public and for the project), laminating the deck with 20,000 sf of retail. The architecture transitions between the commercial district and residences with a sensitivity to that unique context. H + B RESPONSIBILITIES: Lead for Master planning, architectural design and sketchup/photoshop renderings.
  • 20. GEORGETOWN COMMONS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN Neighborhood retail and convenience shops and restaurants (90,000 sf) with 125 units of residential located above. The site terrain drops 20’ as you enter the site providing the opportunity for substantial deck parking for residents and customers alike. H + B RESPONSIBILITIES: Lead for Master planning, architectural design and sketchup/photoshop renderings.
  • 21. PEPSI SUITE AT THE NEW MEADOWLANDS STADIUM EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY The suite engages the guests with the history of all the pepsi products while showcasing the current vision of the products through multimedia. The energy of the space expands outward to encompass those that pass by the suite through interactive technology. REZTARK RESPONSIBILITIES: Lead for , architectural design and sketch up/photoshop renderings.
  • 22. HUDSON’S SITE MIXED-USE DETROIT, MICHIGAN Concept study for retail, hotel and condomiums over 6 stories of existing underground parking in the heart of downtown. JPRA RESPONSIBILITIES: Concept Design and sketchup renderings.
  • 23. SANCTUARY AT RIVER PLACE DETROIT, MICHIGAN Nine story mixed –use project with over 200 condominiums above two levels of parking along the revitalized riverfront. The parking is ‘laminated’ by retail and work/live units to create a vibrant atmosphere on the street and along the riverwalk. H + B RESPONSIBILITIES: Lead for Master planning, architectural design and sketchup/hand renderings.
  • 24. WESTFIELD FRANKLIN PARK MALL TOLEDO, OHIO Extending an existing Mall by creating an exterior lifestyle component in context with recent mall expansion. H + B RESPONSIBILITIES: Lead for Master planning, architectural design and sketchup/photoshop renderings.
  • 25. THE SHOPS AT HONEY CREEK SCIO TOWNSHIP, MICHIGAN Combination of Big Box, small shop retail, restaurants and some of ce on the second level. Bike paths connect the adjacent residential areas ( by the same developer) with a small neighborhood park surrounded by restaurants. H + B RESPONSIBILITIES: Lead for Master planning, architectural design and sketchup/hand renderings.
  • 26. RIVER PLACE MANCHESTER, MICHIGAN Small shop retail, restaurants and condominiums on the second level and third level overlooking a mill, river and park beyond in a picturesque small town. H + B RESPONSIBILITIES: Lead for Master planning, architectural design and sketchup/hand renderings.
  • 27. METROPOLIS PLAINFIELD, INDIANA New regional lifestyle center – Phase 1 (600,000 sf) located southwest of downtown Indianapolis. JPRA RESPONSIBILITIES: Schematic and Design Development Lead.
  • 28. VILLAGE OF ROCHESTER HILLS ROCHESTER HILLS, MICHIGAN The rst lifestyle center in Michigan. Small pocket parks, a fountain and a gazebo create village charm and it has been of cially adopted as Rochester Hills’ downtown. JPRA RESPONSIBILITIES: Design Development Lead.
  • 29. VAUGHAN MILLS VAUGHAN, ONTARIO, CANADA The new 1.2 million sf racetrack shopping center with fteen anchors and over 200 retail stores, restaurants and entertainment outlets. JPRA RESPONSIBILITIES: Designed four of the six courts and all the entries.
  • 30. ETON ACADEMY MULTI-PURPOSE ADDITION BIRMINGHAM, MI SPRING HILL ACADEMY AMPHITHEATRE ANN ARBOR, MI COFFEE SHOP / LOUNGE FOR AIMCO PHILADELPHIA, PA
  • 31. ALOFT HOTEL / IBM TECH OFFICES TROY, MICHIGAN