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    • ALANA GREEN MArch., BDes.T (1) 416 389-1034 Hello!E green_alana@yahoo.caW looseaffiliates.com I am a recent graduate of the University of British GIBRALTAR POINT CENTER FOR THE ARTS, Columbia’s School of Architecture and Landscape Artist in Residence, Architecture, where I received my Masters of Architecture Toronto, ON, Oct. 2005 - Apr. 2006 degree in May 2011. PRESENTATIONS PECHA KUCHA NIGHT, VOL. 18, Presenter I currently work at Bruce Mau Design as an architectural Vogue Theatre, Vancouver, BC, Oct. 20, 2011 designer on their Brand Environments team. Concurrently, I am active independently as a co-founder of the design collective, the Loose Affiliates. Our first built public “ARE YOU GAME?”, Research Presentation, installation, Picnurbia, debuted last summer in Robson Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal, QC, 19 August 2010 Square, Vancouver. Currently, we are preparing work for the 13th International Architecture Biennale in Venice, Italy. EXHIBITIONS 2012 13th International Architecture Biennale, Venice, Italy We are excited to be involved in this prestigious Biennale. (Upcoming) 2012 Migrating Landscapes National Exhibition, WAG, In this CV/portfolio I present a short sample of my work Winnepeg and an overview of my recent professional background. 2011 Migrating Landscapes Regional Exhibition, MOV, Enjoy. Vancouver, 2011 Graduate Exhibition, UBC 2010 Cross-Laminated Timber: Habitat 160 and Urban Farm, ECU, Vancouver EDUCATION MASTERS OF ARCHITECTURE (MArch.), 2006 Bookworks, 258 Augusta House, Toronto School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, 2005 Trim, Offset, Extend, OCAD Student Gallery, Toronto University of British Columbia 2004 Graduate Exhibition, OCAD, Vancouver BC, 2007 - 2011 2004 + 2003 Interior Design Show, Toronto BACHELOR OF DESIGN (BDes), AWARDS 2012 National Winner, Migrating Landscapes Competition Environmental Design, 2010 Power Corporation of Canada Award, CCA Ontario College of Art and Design University, 2007 Charles J. Thompson Award, UBC Toronto, ON, 2001 - 2005 2004 Allen Turner Award, OCAD 2003 Joan Eiley Award, OCAD EXPERIENCE BRUCE MAU DESIGN, 2003 Honorable Mention, Student Design Competition, OCAD Architectural Designer, Brand Environments 2002 First Place Award, Student Design Competition, OCAD Toronto, ON, Jan. 2012 - Present 2001 Printmaking Award, OCAD TIPSLab SOFTWARE SKILLS 3D Modeling: Rhinoceros, Cinema 4D, Sketchup Electric Vehicle Fast Charging Infrastructure, Drafting: AutoCAD, Vectorworks Research Project Image Editing: Adobe CS5 Photoshop, After Effects Vancouver BC, May. 2011 - Jan. 2012 Video Editing: Adobe CS5 Premiere Pro Fabrication: Experienced 3D printing, CNC, and laser cutting. LOOSE AFFILIATES Rendering: Maxwell, VRay Founding Member/ Director/ Designer Layout + Presentation: Adobe CS5 Illustrator, Indesign, Design Collective, formed in Vancouver, BC, 2011 Keynote/Powerpoint. Organization + Administration: Microsoft Word/Open Office/ CANADIAN CENTER FOR ARCHITECTURE, Notes. Power Corporation of Canada Research Residency, Montreal, QC, June. 2010 - Sept. 2010 LANGUAGES English LAVA (LABORATORY FOR VISIONARY ARCHITECTURE), German (basic/intermediate) Junior Intern Architect Stuttgart, Germany, June. 2008 - Sept. 2009 REFERENCES TOM KEOGH, Senior Project Director, Bruce Mau Design T 416.306.6401 E keogh@brucemaudesign.com MERRICK ARCHITECTURE LTD, Student Intern, MARI FUJITA, Assistant Professor, UBC Vancouver, BC, June. 2007- Sept. 2007 E mfujita@sala.ubc.ca
    • PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE INDEPENDENT WORKBRUCE MAU DESIGN LOOSE AFFILIATES ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER, BRAND ENVIRONMENTS FOUNDING MEMBER/ DIRECTOR/ DESIGNER TORONTO, ON, FEB. 2012 - PRESENT 2012 FORMED IN VANCOUVER, BC, 2011 www.looseaffiliates.com Projects worked on: The Loose Affiliates is a design collective founded by four like-minded creatives with architecture degrees. Our collective was formed in Vancouver in 2011 as a GE WORKS, Brand Environments collaborative umbrella under which to put forth and Various locations worldwide realize new ideas. These ideas often cross-over from the traditional practice of architecture into other art Developed environmental expressions of the GE and design categories, resulting in projects that span brand to integrate with existing company facilities. different scales of time and place. Our work is largely unsolicited, often speculative, and always optimistic. + Schematic to detail design We look for hidden gems in unassuming places, + 3D computer modelling & rendering explore issues that interest us, and hustle to make + Structural detailing; plans, elevations and things happen because we love vibrant cities. construction documents + Material research and documentation Recent Work: UNILEVER, Brand Environments PICNURBIA Various locations worldwide Robson Square, Vancouver, BC // Summer 2011 Established brand guidelines and designs for the Picnurbia was a pop-up installation that offered implementation of Unilever’s brand to integrate a space for people to come together and relax in with various company facilities. Vancouver’s urban core. + Schematic and conceptual design + Concept, schematic and detail design. + 3D computer modelling & rendering + Presentation drawings. + Development of brand environment guidelines + Construction documents + Project Management MDC PARTNERS, Brand Environments + Community & client communication WIRED, Disruptive by Design conference + Fundraising + Construction management & coordination New York City, 05.01.12 + Material research and sourcing Developed the visual identity for MDC at WIRED magazines ‘Disruptive By Design’ conference. The environmental graphics were designed to CARRY-ON BECOMING showcase MDC’s network of disruptive creativity. Canada Pavilion, 13th International Architecture Biennale, Venice, Italy + Conceptual design & design development Our submission to the Migrating Landscapes + 2D design competition was selected to be included in the + Presentation formatting Canadian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale. HWKN, Merchandise Design + Conceptual design & design development WENDY, PS1 Young Architects Program + 3D computer modelling www.meetwendy.com + Video editing + Merchandise Design Recent Press: + Utilization of 3D & 2D design capabilites + Presentation formatting + Public Places, Berlin: Gestalten, September 2012. + Saffron, Inga. “Pop-up Parks.” Dwell, May, 2012. + Dick-Agnew, David. “Team Canada Gets Ready for Venice”, Azure, March, 2012.
    • PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCETIPSLAB LAVA (LABORATORY FOR VISIONARY ARCHITECTURE) DESIGNER / RESEARCHER JUNIOR INTERN ARCHITECT VANCOUVER, BC, MAY. 2011 - JAN. 2012 STUTTGART, GERMANY, JUNE 2008 - AUG. 2009 www.l-a-v-a.net The Transportation Infrastructure and Public Projects worked on: Space (TIPS) Lab is an interdisciplinary research institute whose mandate is to develop CITY CENTRE, MASDAR CITY innovative and socially significant approaches to the design of transportation infrastructure. Abu Dhabi The central plaza included two hotels, a convention center, an entertainment complex, retail facilities Recent Work: and solar shading umbrellas. ELECTRIC VEHICLE FAST CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE + Facade modelling, both physical and virtual. British Columbia + Presentation drawings. This research project established a framework MONDE D’EAU for the deployment of electric vehicle fast Pacific Coast, Mexico charging stations in B.C. Responsibilities on the project included the design and illustration of The water hotel was designed to appear as various branding potentials for the different though it has emerged from the ocean upon scales of level II charging infrastructure. which it floats. + Conceptual & schematic design. + Design development + Presentation drawings. + 2D design + 3D modelling & Rendering + Presentation formatting SAUDI SOLAR, ZERO ENERGY HOUSE Saudi Arabia This Zero Energy House was designed with special consideration of interior shading, interior cooling, and solar radiation. + Schematic design & documentation + 3D computer modelling + 2D drawings, (plans, diagrams, and renderings) + Technical organization + Energy demand calculations + Building Cost estimates JEBEL HAFEET GLACIER SKI RESORT Jebel Hafeet, UAE The mixed use development is centered around a 5.2km ski slope structure and also encompasses a 2400 room hotel, 8000 residential units, 7 community facilities, and a solar-farm. + Slope design & documentation + 3D computer modelling & rendering + Presentation drawings + Chalet massing & schematic design + Site & Program Studies
    • LOOSE AFFILIATESPICNURBIA Robson Square, Vancouver, BC // Summer 2011 Client: City of Vancouver Design Team: Philipp Dittus, Alana Green (of the Loose Affiliates) Project Management: Philipp Dittus, Alana Green Structural Engineers: Fast + Epp In the spring of 2011 ‘Picnurbia’ opened to the public in the heart of Vancouver’s Robson Square. The temporary installation was designed to become an easily inhabited summer zone where people could gather to hang out and enjoy the long summer days. The soft, undulating landscape, umbrellas, and benches allowed visitors to relax together in different configurations. PRELIMINARY DESIGN RENDERS CONSTRUCTION PLAN / ELEVATION not to scale WAVE ELEMENT SECTION
    • 62°c INDEPENDENT WORK ECOLOGICALLY DEFENSIVE ARCHITECTURE FOR A LEAKY LANDSCAPE GRADUATION PROJECT UBC, VANCOUVER, BC, JUNE 2011 PIPELINE PROTECTION // KITIMAT, B.C. 20°c ‘Ecologically Defensive Architecture For A This project utilizes infrastructural strategies Leaky Landscape’ proposes an infrastructural to protect the town of Kitimat from future and spatial response to future pipeline oil oil spills along the pipeline route, while spills in the Kitimat region of British Columbia, opportunistically utilizing the heat of the oil OIL ENTERS THE PIPELINE IN ALBERTA AT APPROXIMATELY 62°. AS THIS OIL where a new pipeline and marine port are to alter the programmatic organization of TRAVELS ACROSS B.C., IT IS REHEATED TO MAINTAIN VISCOSITY, RESULTING IN A planned on being built. the town. FINAL TEMPERATURE BETWEEN 10-30° BY THE TIME THE OIL REACHES KITIMAT. OIL PIPELINE 15° - 30° UT HEATED SPACE INP TER WA The proposed addition of a heat exchange system and spill protection shell to the oil pipeline protects the 6m community from future spills AT OU TPU T HE while utlizing the heat of the oil for community gains. CONCRETE SHELL Heat Exchange Addition Spill Protection Shell IN THE FUTURE, KITIMAT RESIDENTS COULD LEAVE THE SUBURBS TO DENSIFY ALONG THE PIPELINE ROUTE. THIS PROJECT SUGGEST HOW A CENTRAL COMMUNITY SPACE MIGHT BE BUILT.EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE, CENTRAL HUB
    • ECOLOGICALLY DEFENSIVE ARCHITECTURE FOR A LEAKY LANDSCAPE (cont.) AGRICULTURE MAIN HALL GREENHOUSE POOL RAINWATER STORAGE PLAY RAINWATER FILTRATION RECREATION TRANSIT HUB PROGRAMMATIC SECTIONS INTERIOR PERSPECTIVES SOUTH ELEVATION AGRICULTURE GREENHOUSE BIOFILTER MARKET TRANSIT MAIN HALL POOL PLAY RUNNING TRACK COMMUNITY PROGRAMS ARE RE-SITUATED ALONG THE OIL PIPELINE, RESULTING IN A NEW LINEAR CENTRAL HUB FOR THE TOWN OF KITIMAT.
    • INDEPENDENT WORKECOLOGICALLY DEFENSIVE ARCHITECTURE FOR A LEAKY LANDSCAPE GRADUATION PROJECT UBC, VANCOUVER, BC, JUNE 2011 MARINE OIL SPILL CLEANUP // BIOSLAVE BOOM BIOSLAVE BOOM MODEL This Bioslave Boom absorbs oil from marine environments when dragged through an oil spill. The super-absorbent boom is manufactured out of cellulose waste which provides a stable base for mycroremediation to occur. This process breaks down the hydrocarbons in the oil, detoxifying the environment through natural processes. BIOSLAVE BOOMS HUNG DURING THE MYCROREMEDIATIVE PROCESSBIOSLAVE BOOM PLAN BIOSLAVE BOOM SECTION
    • INDEPENDENT WORKMAX SHARE HOUSING STUDIO PROJECT UBC, 2010 This housing project organizes Housing is grouped around shared ‘Mixers’ compact living units around shared 50 m2 50 m2 x8 x8 = = 400 m2 400 m2 - communal spaces that contain shared communal spaces as a strategy programs such as laundry, large kitchens and to minimize the building envelope recreation facilities. while creating a culture of resource TYPICAL1 bdrm TYPICAL1 bdrm sharing. Other spaces accessible to the community are the courtyards, roof deck and childcare SHARED SPACES The sharing of facilities and facilities. resources by units decreases the initial material consumption of the + + x8 x8 = = 300 m2 300 m2 MIXERS building envelope, while creating 20 20 m2 m2 GFA: 2784 m2 a platform for communal living arrangements. MAX SHARE Unit MAX SHARE Unit Exterior Kitchen Exterior Kitchen MAX SHARE organization saves MAX SHARE organization saves & Social Spaces 25% required building envelope & Social Spaces 25% required building envelope INTERIOR COURTYARD COURTYARD ROOF DECK/ GARDEN CHILDCARE GFA: 1320 m2 GFA: 2210 m2 GFA: 575 m2 PRIVATE SPACES HOUSING LIVE/WORK COMMERCIAL GFA: 5250 m2 GFA: 2175 m2 GFA: 1920 m2 118 Units 24 Units
    • MAX SHARE (cont.) LARGE MIXER PROGRAM LOUNGE PARTY LAUNDRY GYM LOUNGE PARTY LAUNDRY GYM LOUNGE GROUP KITCHEN STORAGE SMALL MIXER PROGRAM LOUNGE GROUP KITCHEN STORAGECENTRAL COURTYARD HOUSING SECOND LEVEL FLOOR PLAN OFFICE MIXER MIXER OFFICE LIVE/WORK LIVE/WORK STUDIOSECTION AA RETAIL