Barmore-McCollum | An Architectural Design Portfolio 2016

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This is a collection of projects that I worked on while earning my B.S. in Architecture and M.Arch.

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<ul><li><p>503.327.5118katiembm@gmail.comkatiembm.wix.com/archworks</p><p>KATIE BARMORE-MCCOLLUMArchitectural design portfolio</p></li><li><p>After studying the Willamette River, a touch point site was selected next to the Oregon Museum of Science Industry. Here, my intervention is a dock-like structure that allows people to walk on, sit and relax on, and even jump from it into the rivers recreational waters. The idea is that if people see others having a good time more people will begin to question the waters assumed toxicity.</p><p>A corridor was planned in response to the anticipated Orange line Max stop; people will need a path to reach it. The central east side is considered an asset to the city of Portland and this corridor is essential in protecting the local businesses and to relieve the pressure of gentrification that will be given to the surrounding industrial area. Along this corridor there will be mixed-use buildings that will have workshops, studio spaces, and galleries on the ground floor. Space will be available for the observation of crafts being made as well as places to sell products. The street is narrowed, converted to one-way traffic and parking is taken away which allows for mini-parks and seating which promote pedestrian usage.</p><p>DEL PASO DANCEYouth Dance Center</p></li><li><p>2 7.8 miles</p><p>4 4.5 miles</p><p>1 5.9 miles</p><p>DowntownSacramento</p><p>3 4.3 miles</p><p>5 2.7 miles</p><p>6 4.2 miles</p><p>11 3.4 miles</p><p>10 3.5 miles</p><p>12 3.1 miles13 3.2 miles</p><p>18 5.9 miles</p><p>16</p><p>15 5.3 mies</p><p>17 5.2 miles</p><p>9 4.7 miles</p><p>8 4.7 miles</p><p>14 4.2 miles</p><p>1 Sacramento &amp; Davis Pole Dance Studio2 The Lewis Center of Dance3 Creativity in Motion4 Kids Dance &amp; Fitness5 Fenix Drum &amp; Dance6 Yamaya Salsa7 Tumblebuddies8 Belly Dance Magic9 Miko Ward Dance Studio10 Del Campo Dance Studio11 Menozas Dance Studio12 Malko Dance Studio13 Sacramento Academy of Dance14 Aa Ka Pa Hula Kalama15 Fatimas Dance Studio Bazaar16 Capital Ballet Center17 Tricks Gymnastics &amp; Dance18 Joannas Kids R It</p><p>Dance Studios in Northern Sacramento</p><p>Del Paso Heights is devoid of dance studios and schools in or near the neighborhood. In Northern Sacramento, only nine locations offer classes for the youth to participate and of these there are only three locations that offer hip hop dance classes. The closest dance studio is 3.1 miles away from Grant Union High School.</p><p>At the Harvest Festival, the hip hop dance performers were well received by the community. People gathered around the dancers, videos were taken, people clapped and cheered them on. A dance studio inside of Del Paso Heights, near the high school and an elementary school would serve as a safe place where the youth can go that is off of the streets and focused on healthy activities.</p><p>7 4.3 miles</p><p> Offers Hip Hop classes</p><p> Offers youth classes</p><p> Offers adult classes</p><p>3.1 Miles Takes...</p><p>57 min 19 min 7 min 25 min </p><p>65 min betw</p><p>een</p><p>80</p><p>80</p><p>99</p><p>1 Sacramento &amp; Davis Pole Dance 2 The Lewis Center of Dance3 Creativity in Motion4 Kids Dance &amp; Fitness5 Fenix Drum &amp; Dance6 Yamaya Salsa7 Tumblebuddies8 Belly Dance Magic9 Miko Ward Dance Studio10 Del Campo Dance Studio11 Menozas Dance Studio12 Malko Dance Studio13 Sacramento Academy of Dance14 Aa Ka Pa Hula Kalama15 Fatimas Dance Studio Bazaar16 Capital Ballet Center17 Tricks Gymnastics &amp; Dance18 Joannas Kids R It</p><p>Dance studios in Northern Sacramento </p><p>Offers Hip Hop Classes</p><p>Offers youth classes</p><p>Offers adult classes</p></li><li><p>3.1 miles takes...</p><p>19 min</p><p>7 min</p><p>25 min</p><p>65 min</p><p>betw</p><p>een</p><p>57 minDel Paso Heights is devoid of dance studios and schools in or near the neighborhood. In Northern Sacramento, only nine locations offer classes for the youth to participate and of these there are only three locations that offer hip hop dance classes. </p><p>The closest dance studio is 3.1 miles away from Grant Union High School.At the Harvest Festival, the hip hop dance performers were received by the community with cheering, clapping, and laughter. A dance studio inside of Del Paso Heights, near the high school and an elementary school would serve as a safe place where the youth can go that is off of the streets and focused on healthy activities.</p><p>Lack of dance in Del Paso Heights</p><p>Image above: Night rendering showing street presence.</p></li><li><p>Ground Floor</p><p>Studio 3</p><p>Studio 2</p><p>Mens Lockers</p><p>Womens </p><p>Lockers</p><p>Studio 4 Lounge</p><p>SoundRoom</p><p>DJ</p><p>EntryLobbyLounge</p><p>Main Dance StudioCafe</p><p>Kitchen</p><p>Storage</p><p>Offices</p><p>Second Floor</p><p>N</p><p>Facade facing Marysville Blvd</p><p>Marysville Blvd</p></li><li><p>Grand AveMarysv</p><p>ille Blvd</p><p>Grant Union High SchoolUrban League</p><p>SITE WorkersCommunityServicesCenter</p><p>CastoriElementarySchool1/2 mile east, 9 min walking</p><p>The bus lines 86 and 15 both run within close proximity to this location which gives bus riders a destination to go to within their neighborhood. Two schools are near; Grant Union High School and Michael J. Castori Elementary School. The Urban League is a community amenity that offers classes and training for both the youth and adults. Being next door,they could be a potential partner. </p><p>Urban context</p></li><li><p>Dance class</p><p>First Friday</p><p>Performance views</p><p>Private event</p><p>Dance classes being taught</p><p>Lounge for hanging out Dance classes being taughtBecomes informal dance</p><p>Engaging the main streetLounge opens up Main performance spaceClose off residential street</p><p>Closed off for safetyLounge opens up Main event spaceOpens up to back for air</p><p>Performance space is intended to be view from pedestrians and traffic on the street as well as views from individuals inside the building. </p></li><li><p>Views of dance shows</p><p>Views of dance classes</p><p>Views of people</p><p>Back side of building where informal dancing can occur.</p><p>Entry</p></li><li><p>One of the most special places in Camp Arrowhead is Home Lake. The lake is one of the only open spaces that allows for activities such as swimming, picnicking, hiking, canoeing, and such. The lake is the perfect place for a welcome center and lodge. It is the first natural point of arrival for when parents come to camp to drop off their girls and thus is the perfect place for the check-in process to occur. </p><p>This project is focused on providing a place for food to be prepared and a large enough space for everyone at camp to eat at the same time, which means feeding 300 mouths. This building also includes the administration, classrooms, shower room, game room, and storage for outdoor activities like boats, life jackets, and such. </p><p>The welcome center and lodge is set up to be an architectural intervention creating the connection between the lake and the users. As one enters the building, a direct visual connection is made to the lake through an atrium directly across from the door. The dining has windows looking on to the lake as well as a deck that can be used for space to eat on. The shower facility is located here for when swimmers are ready to clean up there is easy access to shower on site. </p><p>CAMP ARROWHEADGirl scout lodge on the lake</p><p>Opposite page: Site plan with lodge.</p></li><li><p>Above: massing study models, Left: initial sketch.</p></li><li><p>UP</p><p>The program is organized into two different wings; the northern service wing and the southern dining wing. </p><p>The dining space has a parallel connection to the lake and the service wing has a perpendicular connection.</p><p>The space was then organized into a structural grid the help break up the space into different rooms.</p><p>Ordering systemsDN</p><p>DN</p><p>Basement floor plan</p><p>Game Room</p><p>LockerRoom</p><p>Dining</p><p>Kitchen</p><p>Classroom</p><p>Classroom</p><p>Storage</p><p>Ground floor plan</p></li><li><p>Perspective showing the buildings connection to the lake.</p></li><li><p>21</p><p>3</p><p>4</p><p>4 Diameter Drainage Pipe</p><p>Gravel for Drainage</p><p>Drainage Mat</p><p>Anchor BoltFlashing</p><p>1x3 Nailer Board2x6 Sill Plate</p><p>3/4 Plywood Sheathing</p><p>Vertical Wood Cladding</p><p>Vapor BarrierR-21 Batt Insulation</p><p>1x3 Nailer Board</p><p>Top Plate</p><p>2x12 Rim Joist</p><p>2x6 Sill Plate</p><p>3/4 Plywood Sheathing</p><p>Vertical Wood Cladding</p><p>Vapor BarrierR-21 Batt Insulation</p><p>Typical Enclosure to Roof</p><p>Typical Enclosure to Second Floor</p><p>Typical Enclosure to Foundation</p><p>Glulam Column Behind5/8 Gyp BoardSteel Knife Plate and Bolts</p><p>Concrete SlabMetal Decking</p><p>Wood Trim1x3 Nailer Board5/8 Gyp Board6.75x12 Glulam Sub Beam</p><p>Glulam Column Behind</p><p>5/8 Gyp Board</p><p>Concrete Slab</p><p>R-18.5 3 Rigid Insulation</p><p>Glulam BeamFlashing</p><p>2x8 Blocking2x10 Rafter 16 O.C.</p><p>Vapor Barrier6 Rigid Insulation</p><p>Air Gap3/4 Plywood Sheathing</p><p>Standing Seam Steel Roofing</p></li><li><p>Linnton is a neighborhood located in northwest Portland along the west side of the river. The Linnton community center had just purchased some land and was interested in building a shop for the community and to provide something for the teenagers to do. The program was set up to mix teenagers with community members who have wood working, metal, and auto body experience. This was intended to give these kids skills that they might not get anywhere else. </p><p>This project is designed with densities in mind: the heavier program such as the metal and auto body shop are at the bottom, the wood shop above that and the lightest program, the lounge and roof top deck at the very top. The roof pitch opens up to the north providing the interior space with ambient natural light. The heavy timber structure plays off of the community history of being a hard working, industrious center.</p><p>SHOP SPACE: LINNTON STYLELinnton community shop space</p><p>Opposite page: Entrance to the shop from Front Street.</p></li><li><p>Section Perspective Looking East</p><p>Portland, OR</p><p>Linnton</p><p>Roof terrace</p><p>Gallery</p><p>Metal and auto bodyWood shop</p><p>Lounge</p><p>Welding Station</p><p>This outdoor space can be used during community events or by the people working in the shop.</p><p>The gallery is at the front of the building to show community projects and artwork done in the shop.</p><p>These shops require similar tools so they are located next to each other.</p><p>This is an extensive work area with storage, tools, and access to community members.</p><p>A place for teenagers and the community to eat lunch but it is also a place to accommodate pot lucks or other community celebration.</p><p>Welding booths located at the back of the shop for use to the metal shop and auto body shop.</p></li><li><p>Second Floor Third FloorGround FloorN</p><p>Site</p><p>Front Street</p><p>HW</p><p>Y 30</p><p>Vicinity map Process model of interior Process sketch of interior</p><p>Section cut for opposite page</p></li><li><p>Above: Final model photography. Left top: The roof terrace with people hanging out. Left bottom: People working in the wood shop.</p></li><li><p>Opposite page: Photograph of installation on the event night.</p><p>The Cascades AIDS Project hosts an art auction every year where funds are raised to help the people affected by the disease. For the 2013 event, we collaborated with Jennifer Porter of Chroma LLP through a design-build process to create an art installation that would be featured at the entrance. This piece was to convey the journey that an individual faces who has been infected with HIV or AIDS. The structure was composed of seven pavilions made up of a column, a roof, and a lantern that were positioned in a tunnel-like sequence and each featured a prism that symbolically represented a significant member within the CAP organization.</p><p>Heights, order and layout of the pavilions were varied to induce a feeling of disorder as well as the intensity of the fractured effect on the column sheathing. A projector displaying a video with an assigned color of the rainbow was placed in the column of each pavilion which was reflected off the ceiling onto the lantern. Each pavilion contained its own unique atmosphere ending in a pavilion bathed in white light and an even height to represent the unity that the CAP organization instills in individuals living with HIV or AIDS.</p><p>TRAJECTORY OF THE SOULDesign-build art installation</p></li><li><p>Above: Final installation photographs. Left: Images of process drawings, models, and construction made by the class.</p></li><li><p>Opposite page: Perspectival collage of what the touch point could be.</p><p>boardwalk continuing from the corridor</p><p>After studying the Willamette River, a touch point site was selected next to the Oregon Museum of Science Industry. Here, my intervention is a dock-like structure that allows people to walk on, sit and relax on, and even jump from it into the rivers recreational waters. The idea is that if people see others having a good time more people will begin to question the waters assumed toxicity.</p><p>A corridor was planned in response to the anticipated Orange line Max stop; people will need a path to reach it. The central east side is considered an asset to the city of Portland and this corridor is essential in protecting the local businesses and to relieve the pressure of gentrification that will be given to the surrounding industrial area. Along this corridor there will be mixed-use buildings that will have workshops, studio spaces, and galleries on the ground floor. Space will be available for the observation of crafts being made as well as places to sell products. The street is narrowed, converted to one-way traffic and parking is taken away which allows for mini-parks and seating which promote pedestrian usage.</p><p>THE TOUCH POINTUrban planning and development</p></li><li><p>space to hang out</p><p>multi-level structure to jump off of</p><p>area to get into the water if heights arent desirable</p><p>new max bridge</p><p>visual education that the river is safe to swim in</p></li><li><p>Above: Sketches analyzing the city blocks along the path to the river connecting the neighborhood.</p><p>Along the river in southeast Portland is an industrial zone blocks the residential area from the river. The community doesnt have equal access to the river that other parts of Portland have. This area is also deficient in parks that could be enjoyed by the community, people who work in the area and people visiting from other areas.</p><p>SE Portland</p><p>Commercial Area</p><p>Industrial Area</p><p>Residential Area</p><p>Parks</p><p>Southeast Portland</p></li><li><p>Max Stop and Streetcar Stop</p><p>Touch PointOMSI </p></li><li><p>marquam bridge, visual river connection</p><p>gallery space</p><p>narrow streets still allow vehicle movement</p><p>SE Grant Street</p><p>open studio space to encourage mixed trade interaction</p><p>plants and low wall maintains a buffer between people and cars</p></li><li><p>Opposite page Perspectival collage of the path to river. Above left: Perspectival collages of path to river. Above right: Section analysis.</p><p>8 ft 8 ft 15 ft</p></li><li><p>Orienteering is a navigational sport that uses a map and a compass to find hidden markers in unknown terrain and is a race against both the clock and opponents to find all the markers. Located in a field in Forest Park of Portland, OR, an Orienteering Center was designed to serve as gathering space and map resource center. </p><p>The focus of this project was finding a connection between the natural environment and the man-made interventions. This idea was assembled by exploring land topography, water, and natural light and shadow. The specific site location was chosen to take advantage of the steep topography, allowing for the programs to be split up into different buildings positioned to mimic the shape of the land. Watersheds are an important and protected natural condition in Oregon and this is celebrated by overlapping the roofs. Water can then cascade down the sloping roofs, pouring in a shallow pool that overflows and is then returned to the tributary. Light was used to indicate the pas...</p></li></ul>