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Kathryn Fiedler\'s Portfolio


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Here i my portfolio as of late! I am still in the progress of revamping everything, but thi will work for now! Thanks!

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Kathryn Fiedler\'s Portfolio

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  3. 3. This project started by exploring and developing the exterior of a cube through a series of eight transformations. From there I constructed a series of spaces within the cube while applying the concepts of enclosure, circulation, structure, threshold, and destination to the object.<br />THE XYZ CUBE<br />
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  6. 6. The purpose of this assignment was to develop my own method of inquiry. To do so, I researched and studied Robert Venturi’s, VannaVenturi House through a series of writings, drawings, and models.<br />ARCHITECTURAL ANALYSIS: <br />PRECEDENT STUDY<br />
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  11. 11. As an extension to the precedent study, the challenge was to design an addition to the existing building (the VannaVenturi House) that utilized the same design concepts as applied by the original architect (Robert Venturi). I accomplished this with the use of ribbon windows, various arch designs and overall sense of space.<br />ARCHITECTURAL SYNTHESIS:<br />PRECEDENT STUDY ADDITION<br />
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  15. 15. This project challenged me to create a boathouse/club house facility utilizing the entire area of the given site. This was a semester-long project requiring a full site and building analysis. <br />THE BOATHOUSE PROJECT<br />
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  20. 20. This project consisted of building a presentation model of the entrance to a dorm building that I had previously designed.<br />MODEL MAKING:<br />ENTRANCE/LOBBY MODEL<br />
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  22. 22. This assignment challenged my ability to create a model from photographs with no given dimensions. The model had to be to scale as best as possible while still applying my skills in model-making.<br />MODEL MAKING: <br />ELVIS PRESLEY’S SHOTGUN SHACK<br />
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  24. 24. The purpose of this project was to explore different materials for model making. The secondary challenge was to create a zero-energy residence.<br />MODEL MAKING:<br /> ZERO-ENERGY HOUSE<br />
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  27. 27. I produced this model as an internship for the Housing Assistance Corporation in Hyannis, MA. The model (approx. 2.5 ft.x4ft.) took me a little over 2 months to complete.<br />THE COMMUNITY GREEN<br />