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  • KELLI LATHROP

  • 01FLORIDA MEADOWS spring 2012Renewing Home | AIAS Competition | Partner Collaboration02CONCRETE PARK fall 2013Integrated Studio | Train & Living Quarters | Partner Collaboration03THE DIGITAL LANGUAGE spring 2014Collaborative Studio | Directed by: Bruno Jurcic | Director: Gabriel Esquivel04THE CORE spring 2015Construction Documentation | Business & Social Club | Downtown Houston05SOUTHWEST E-LIBRARY spring 2015Institutional Design | Southwest Houston | Partner Collaboration06LINCOLN & COE L.L.P. spring 2015Commercial I | Uptown Park07HOUSTON LINKED IN OFFICES summer 2015Commercial II | Greenway Plaza

  • 01Florida Meadows | Renewing Home | AIAS Competition | Partner Collaboration

  • Over 55% of the original building has been preserved and renovated. The renovated portion of the building, included two of the existing wings, were kept with the intent of showing that demolition is not always the best answer and that a simple face-lift can equally satisfy the

    new culture change model. In fact, we were still able to achieve the desired home-like atmosphere by simply removing a few of the interior walls and widening the hallways. However, the central area was oversized for a community of only 60 residents; therefore, it

    has been redesigned. The overall goal was to create a community. We also wanted to provide plenty of easy access to the outdoors (covered and open).

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    02Concrete Park | Integrated Studio | Train & Living Quarters | Partner CollaborationWe wanted to connect all of the level changes that this site offers and create a system that helped people move across and vertically throughout concrete park. By nature, the train and subway station produce movement, we wanted to focus on exposing this factor and incorporating it into our design. By incorporating the High-line, we bring people from across the river

    onto the concourse. The concourse serves as the neutral level between the train and the subway. From here, people can go up the elevators into the living quarters above. By bringing the apartments to a higher level, we are trying to allow for an escape, as much as possible, from the hustle and bustle of the concourse.

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  • Our site, Concrete Park, was initially a rundown park. Upon completion it was to house a concourse for both train and subway, living quarters, a community center, and a design innovation center.My partner and I were faced with designing the train and living quarters for our site team. Our focus as a site team was circulation and connection horizontally and vertically.

    The overall concept for the concourse and living quarters was circulation. With so many avenues of transportation encompassing the space, we needed to find a way to accommodate this while keeping the living quarters separate for privacy. Our first approach was to keep the living above and wrap it around two edges of the concourse roof top. By doing this we accomplished a view for the residents onto the park and high-rise. However, it still did not seem private enough. Using the structural grid that we had based the concourse and circulation patterns on, we decided to stack the living quarters on 1/4 of the concourse. By doing this, we enhanced views in all directions, were able to adequately provide common spaces for the residents, and reduced the noise levels that they would have experienced in the initial plan.

  • 03The Digital Language | Collaborative Studio | Directed by: Bruno Jurcic | Director: Gabriel Esquivel

  • Our object gives a glimpse into the inner most part of the digital object, exposing spaces which are typically inaccessible to us. We can also refer to what is exposed as the digital language of the object. What began as one language has now been decimated. This decimation creates two languages that are a variation of each other. We see the high polly exterior interacting with the low polly interior. With this explanation, the exterior can be expressed as the

    raw topological surface, while the interior shows the synthetic jagged surface. However, let us look at it this argument differently. When we look at the material properties of both of the languages, the interior becomes a crystallized gem, raw, and the exterior takes on a material with high pixilation that becomes something unfamiliar, synthetic. When we look to the unfolding process, we begin to understand the close connection between the

    interior and exterior of the object, the reliance that the languages have on each other. The high polly exterior actually flows between the spikes of the low polly interior, holding them in place. Through the section, we further this understanding of the objects languages relying on each other. They are completely interconnected, constantly resisting each other but inevitably needing each other.

  • 04The Core | Construction Documentation | Business & Social Club

  • 201 SFManager Office

    788 SFKitchen

    48 SFLockers

    52 SFStaff Bath

    54 SFCoat Closet

    87 SFWaiting Area

    172 SFPrivate Dining 2

    140 SFPrivate Dining 1

    Room LegendBarBreak RoomCirculation RouteCoat ClosetConferenceRoom

    Exit RouteKitchenLockersMain DiningManagerOffice

    Men's RestroomOfficePrint RoomPrivate Dining 1Private Dining 2

    Receptionist AreaStaff BathStaff Work AreaWaiting AreaWomen's Restroom

    47 SFWaiting Area

    581 SFMain Dining

    161 SFCirculation Route

    327 SFExit Route

    489 SFBar

    111 SFPrint Room

    118 SFOffice

    209 SFOffice

    206 SFOffice

    1294 SFStaff Work Area

    397 SFExit Route

    208 SFConference Room

    189 SFBreak Room

    172 SFReceptionist Area

    165 SFWomen's Restroom

    165 SFMen's Restroom

    3/16" = 1'-0"1THIRD FLOOR ROOM LEGEND

    Date

    Drawn By

    Checked By

    Project Number

    ID-100

    Room Legend

    Kelli Lathrop

    Final

    Louis ArriolaKelli Lathrop

    6/16/2015ID 312-C

    No. Description Date

    theC

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    theCOREbusiness & social club

  • 201 SFManager Office

    788 SFKitchen

    48 SFLockers

    52 SFStaff Bath

    54 SFCoat Closet

    87 SFWaiting Area

    172 SFPrivate Dining 2

    140 SFPrivate Dining 1

    Room LegendBarBreak RoomCirculation RouteCoat ClosetConferenceRoom

    Exit RouteKitchenLockersMain DiningManagerOffice

    Men's RestroomOfficePrint RoomPrivate Dining 1Private Dining 2

    Receptionist AreaStaff BathStaff Work AreaWaiting AreaWomen's Restroom

    47 SFWaiting Area

    581 SFMain Dining

    161 SFCirculation Route

    327 SFExit Route

    489 SFBar

    111 SFPrint Room

    118 SFOffice

    209 SFOffice

    206 SFOffice

    1294 SFStaff Work Area

    397 SFExit Route

    208 SFConference Room

    189 SFBreak Room

    172 SFReceptionist Area

    165 SFWomen's Restroom

    165 SFMen's Restroom

    3/16" = 1'-0"1THIRD FLOOR ROOM LEGEND

    Date

    Drawn By

    Checked By

    Project Number

    ID-100

    Room Legend

    Kelli Lathrop

    Final

    Louis ArriolaKelli Lathrop

    6/16/2015ID 312-C

    No. Description Date

    theC

    ORE

    busi

    ness

    & s

    ocia

    l clu

    b

    theCOREbusiness & social club

    By definition CORE means the central most important part of something. Upon its opening, theCORE will become the ideal location for downtown social business activity. This business club will function as a place for closing deals and wooing clientele. Bring your clients to theCORE and you can insure that you will leave an impressive and lasting impression on them. Our goal

    is to provide theCORE members a comfortable space that they can count on. To design this space, I focused on the core elements of the earth, fire which is vibrant, water which is lively, air which is clean, and earth which is natural, thus creating a rich and elegant atmosphere. TheCORE is and will always be a space that feels welcoming and humble for both you and your clients.

    201 SFManager Office

    788 SFKitchen

    48 SFLockers

    52 SFStaff Bath

    54 SFCoat Closet

    87 SFWaiting Area

    172 SFPrivate Dining 2

    140 SFPrivate Dining 1

    Room LegendBarBreak RoomCirculation RouteCoat ClosetConferenceRoom

    Exit RouteKitchenLockersMain DiningManagerOffice

    Men's RestroomOfficePrint RoomPrivate Dining 1Private Dining 2

    Receptionist AreaStaff BathStaff Work AreaWaiting AreaWomen's Restroom

    47 SFWaiting Area

    581 SFMain Dining

    161 SFCirculation Route

    327 SFExit Route

    489 SFBar

    111 SFPrint Room

    118 SFOffice

    209 SFOffice

    206 SFOffice

    1294 SFStaff Work Area

    397 SFExit Route

    208 SFConference Room

    189 SFBreak Room

    172 SFReceptionist Area

    165 SFWomen's Restroom

    165 SFMen's Restroom

    3/16" = 1'-0"1THIRD FLOOR ROOM LEGEND

    Date

    Drawn By

    Checked By

    Project Number

    ID-100

    Room Legend

    Kelli Lathrop

    Final

    Louis ArriolaKelli Lathrop

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