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  • ROBERT VINCENT CLEARY[architectural design + photography]

  • ABOUT

    ARCHITECTURAL WORKS

    OTHER SELECTED WORK

    01 Bio

    02 Resume

    01 Southside Chicago Wellness Center Mind, Body + Spirit_ Biophilia_ Urban Agriculture Fall 2011_ Individual Project

    02 Piazza della Rotunda Contemporary Interpretation_Vernacular Palette Fall 2011_ Team Project

    03 Bankside Urban Voids Compact City_ Pedestrian Network_ Rethinking Public/ Private Space Spring 2011_ Individual Project [Completed at Architectural Association in London}

    04 Horizons for the Blind Mixed Use_ Gather_ Journey Fall 2010_ Individual Project

    05 Boathouse Descent through Nature Spring 2010_ Individual Project

    01 Wall Project Abstract exploration of space and movement Fall 2009_ individual project

    02 Cube Project Abstract exploration of solid-void relationships Fall 2009_ individual project

    03 Selected Photographs

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    I Want to SeRVe on tHat SHIP

  • Revit architecture 2012 autoCad architecture 2012Rhinoceros with V-RaySketchup with kerkytheaadobe CS5: Illustrator, Indesign, Photoshopadobe lightroom 2final Cut ProHand drafting, sketching, rendering, model buildingdigital and film photography

    AIAS Judson University Chapter President, Sept 2010-May 2011Plan, coordinate, delegate chapter eventsCommunicate and participate in national and regional events

    Resident Assistant- Judson University, Sept 2009-May 2010dorm leader and supervisor

    Habitat for Humanity, Elgin, ILVolunteer

    Annual Student Juried Exhibition, April 2008/2009Charcoal drawingComposite drawing and bass wood modeldraewell gallery, Judson University

    Service trip to Jackson, MS, March 2012Worked at and with the John Perkins foundation to engage the community of West Jackson through service projects

    English, nativeSpanish, Intermediate

    PROFICIENCY

    INVOLVEMENT

    LANGUAGES

    Seeking an internship in an architectural design firm tobroadly and eagerly contribute to the varied creative and technical pursuits of the practice, as well as to augment my educational growth.

    Judson University, B.A in Architecture, May 2012gPa 3.589, deans list [6 semesters]

    Tau Sigma Deltanational Honors Society for architecture and allied arts

    Architectural Association, Jan 2011-May 2011Visiting School Program, London, UKfinished with High Pass marks

    HB&A Architects, Colorado Springs, COSteve Powell, 719.473.7063architectural Intern, may 2011-aug 2011, dec 2011-Jan 2012assisted in digital modeling for proposal of downtown development and ymCa, project award submittal for aIa, proposal for UCCS dorms, documentation of buildings on air force base in london, drawings for renovation to air force base building

    Photography AssistantEvan Hunt Photography, 815.922.5644assisted cover shoot for aP magazine, feb 2010Jacob Boll Photography, 815.378.3482assisted in photographing a wedding, June 2010

    Judson University SOADACyndi Zarris, 847.628.1010maintenance Staff, may 2010-dec 2010organize, repair and paint interior of building and studios

    Camp Winadu, Pittsfield, MAShelly Wiener, 800.494.6238general Counselor & lacrosse Coach, June 2009- aug 2009Responsible for boys cabin, taught fundamentals and techniques of lacrosse

    OBJECTIVE

    EDUCATION

    EXPERIENCE

    RVCLEARY[at]GMAIL[dot]COM +978.417.1764

    RoBeRt VInCent

    CLEARY

  • SOUTHSIDECHICAGO

    WELLNESSCENTER

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    SEMESTERfall 2011

    LOCATIONChicago, Il

    PROFESSORProf. keelan kaiser

    TIME FRAME9 Weeks

    PROJECTWellness Center

    SIZE92,000 sqft.

    Southside Chicago Wellness Center Robert Vincent Cleary | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |

    the Southside Chicago Wellness Center is set in an impoverished neighborhood where a center to ignite community and education is needed. the goal of the SSWC is to be a gem for the community- to be a place where people go to learn, teach, meditate, and help raise future generations. not only were sustainable building systems important to the design, but the ways in which the building could empower its occupants and their community governed the design process. the building responds to the individuals mind, body, and spirit, with an emphasis on gathering, meditation, and education.

    the project began with examining the individual and how a wellness center should respond to an individuals mind, body and spirit. When program begins to be inserted into mind, body, and spirit categories, gardens emerge as a transitional space and destination. these gardens address community, meditation and agriculture and are broken apart by journey corridors that move users from buildings. other key drivers include urban agriculture and the biophilia hypothesis. the integration of urban agriculture is an opportunity for the community to invest in their health and education. Individuals or families have the opportunity to purchase lots of land to grow food on while classes, as well as the day care facility, use the land to learn about plant life and gardening. the plants grown on this land help to feed the community and the funds received for the land is invested back into the SSWC. a loop system is created to sustain not only the wellness center, but the community as well.

    the biophilia hypothesis was studied to understand how nature can positively affect buildings. Biophilia proves that man has an inherent connection to nature and that humans perform and feel better when connected to its elements. the SSWC placed a large emphasis on controlling natural daylight and exposing occupants to plant life and water for improved air quality and relaxation. large light cones were designed to bring day light deep into interior spaces and provide a sense of warmth and connection. the journey corridors create opportunities for users to interact with nature while adding to the complexity and order of the campus- a characteristic found in the natural world. the result is a campus that acts as a place of refuge as well as a catalyst for personal and communal growth.

    0202

  • VIEWS

    WIND

    MIND, BODY, SPIRIT

    BIOPHILIA HYPOTHESIS

    URBAN AGRICULTURE

    THE TIME FOR URBAN AGRICULTUREIS NOW!!!

    *mowing to growing: Creating Productive green Spaces-maria aiolova

    02_CONCEPTDRIVERS

    01_SITEANALYSIS

  • COURTYARD DIVISION [of courtyard] PROCESS MODEL

    three buildings addressing mind, Body Spirit

    east/West orientation

    designation of garden spaces corresponding to building type

    Journey corridor connections between buildings which break up garden spaces

    light cones

    Unifying language between buildings

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    03_MASSINGSTUDIES

    04_DESIGNDEVELOPMENT

    CONCEPTUAL BUILDING DIAGRAM

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  • FIRST FLOOR PLAN

    MIND, BODY & SPIRIT CONNECTION

    MIND/SPIRIT CONNECTION

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    PROGRAM LISTFIRST FLOOR PLAN1. entrance2. Journey Corridors3. Communal garden4. meditative garden w/ meditation Pods5. agriculture garden6. lobby7. Performance Hall8. Stage9. Conference Room10. day Chapel11. day care Classrooms12. day care Playroom13. Reception14. Classrooms15. temporary Housing

    SECOND FLOOR PLAN1. Performance Hall Balcony2. lobby3. Roof garden4. locker Room5. Physical therapy Room6. naturopathy Clinic Room7. mechanical/electrical8. Reference library9. Counseling Room10. Journey Corridor

    THIRD FLOOR PLAN1. light Cone2. Running track3. locker Rooms4. lobby5. mechanical/electrical6. exercise facility7. offices8. directors office9. Journey Corridor

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    FLOOR PLANS

    MIND/BODY & SPIRIT/BODY CONNECTION

    SECOND FLOOR PLAN

    THIRD FLOOR PLAN

  • JOURNEY CORRIDOR ENTRANCE

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    NORTH ENTRANCE

    PERFORMANCE HALL LOBBY PERFORMANCE HALL BALCONY

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  • EARLY REFLECTIONS DIAGRAM

    ACOUSTIC ANALYSISthe design of the performance hall utilizes a series of cascading acoustic ceiling panels to promote early reflections and diffuse sound. the cavity space above these panels traps noise until it dies. the back wall of the hall uses a cavity absorber material while the sides and stage are wood material to reflect sound. the overall shape of the hall takes on a modified fan shape to bring the audience close to the stage as well as promote early reflections. the hall boasts a 1.6 second reverberation time, a 1.2 second warmth and a 0.84 second brilliance.

    PERFORMANCE HALL STAGE

    SECTION THROUGH SPIRIT BUILDING WITH RAY TRACING

  • CROSS SECTION

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    the design of the S