Julie Jent Architectural Design Portfolio

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Design work from the University of Cincinnati, internships in the U.S. and abroad, and personal fine art pieces.

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  • Julie Jenta r c h i t e c t u r e | d e s i g n p o r t f o l i o

  • p e r s o n a l

    Resume

    The French Embassy of Greater Chicago

    Norwood Community Art Therapy Center

    The Center for Literary Studies

    First Community Church

    Baccarat Flagship Store

    Xiamen Master Plan

    Huangdao Financial Tower

    Architectural Sketches

    Pen & Ink Illustrations

    Oil Paintings

    Contact

    contents

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  • 1054 South Pearl Street Columbus, OH 45206e : [email protected] c : 812.290.4663

    experience Phillip Markwood ArchitectsContributed to a wide range of services for religious institutions: conceptualization, master planning, 3D Sketchup modeling, and DD and CD coordination.

    GBBN ArchitectsParticipated in the historic renovation of Miami Universitys dormitories. Tasks include field measuring, Revit modelling existing buildings, and designing the new public and private spaces.

    Designed a mixed-use community master plan for Xiamen, China. Generated concepts, created physical and 3D models; Iterated forms in Rhino for a 200 m tower in Qingdao, China for client and government presentations.

    Assisted with Cincinnati Music Halls renovation; Field measured existing conditions, Revit modeled the existing building and coordinated building information with consultants.

    Cincinnati Dream CenterLead a multi-disciplinary student team in the design and presentation of a 200,000 sq. ft homeless shelter center ; Designed in CAD and Rhino, and Photoshop rendered.

    Architecture at LargeWorked on the design, rendering, and rebranding of Baccarats Madison Avenue flagship store.

    Cincinnati, OHSummer 2013

    Beijing, ChinaFall 2011

    Cincinnati, OHSpring 2011

    Cincinnati, OHSummers 2007, 2009

    Class of 2013University of CincinnatiBachelors of Science in ArchitectureCincinnatus XIII Full Tuition Scholarship recipient

    Contemporary Paris Design Studio1 of 20 top architecture students chosen to study architecture in Europe.

    Ludwig Maximilian UniversittStudied German History and participated in intensive language courses.Lena K. Suter International Studies Scholar

    AutoCAD, Microstation, Sketchup, Rhino, RevitPhotoshop, Illustrator, InDesignCan operate basic power toolsAdvanced German speaking, writing

    Artist at 400 West RichTenant in artist studio in Franklinton - concentration in oil painting and pen & ink illustrations

    Artworks CincinnatiHelped lead twelve Cincinnati highschool students in the painting of a 5-story mural downtown; Worked with eighteen other Cincinnati highschool students on a 120 x 19 mural in Roselawn, Ohio.

    Over-the-Rhine Community HousingVolunteered for grass-roots organization that renovates historic buildings in Cincinnati

    special courses

    skills

    education

    Paris, FranceFall 2012

    Munich, GermanySummer 2010

    Cincinnati, OHSummer 2012

    community

    Columbus, OHFall 2013 - Current

    Cincinnati, OH2011-2013

    New York, NYSpring 2012

    Julie Jent

    Columbus, OHCurrently

  • French Embassy of Greater Chicago

    Norwood Community Art Therapy Center

    The Center for Literary Studies

    Designs created during undergrad at the University of Cincinnati

    s t u d i o

  • Contemporary Paris Travel and 4th Year Studio

    My photography study while abroad inspired this studio project. I sequenced hundreds of snapshots together and lead the viewers eye on a journey through Paris. I wanted the architecture to have the same color and snapshot quality.

    Photography

    ImpressionismI used the colorful and fragmented qualities of Impressionism and created a multi-faceted program and vibrant layers of architecture. I wanted visitors to experience snapshots of French life through the mixed-use areas and complex layers of colors and materials.

    The French Embassy of Greater Chicago

  • Disection of Impressionism to extract techtonic principles

    central figure layering illusionsfocus

    dissolvingdefining object

    center of formpertinent program

    center-- dense, privateexterior-- open, public

    technique stylenumerous

    overlapping

    primary techtonic toolplanar

    interlockingtranslucent

    uses layers to create effectlight trick of the eyes

    color, texture

    lightreflections

    overlapping transparenciestextures

    paintings

    space

  • S9

    central figure: o

    ffice core

    extrusion: service

    areas

    layering: exhibitio

    n spaces

    illusion: triple p

    ane glass

  • S10

    cafe

    book

    s

    foodexhib

    itterrace

    security

    reflectio

    npoo

    l

    publicsemi-public

    privatesemi-private

    semi-private

  • S11 S11

    private spaceservice and exhibits

    public spacespecialty foods

    semi-public spaceartists exhibits

  • S13

  • Bereavement

    Addiction

    Incarceration

    Autism

    Behavior Issues

    Illness

    Disaster ReliefEmotional Trauma

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    omm

    unity

  • 3rd Year Urban Studies Studio

    The Science of Dreaming and Spatial ProgressionI compared the transition from the community to a place of creative freedom to the science behind sleep. With each successive stage, the architecture transitions from an area of higher activity to lower energy and calm. Passing through the building as a whole allows the user to experience multiple cycles of the progression.

    With each cycle, the user gently leaves behind familiar materials and views and enters quieter rooms filled with sun, rich, warm textures, and the opportunity to practice art.

    Norwood Community Art TherapyCenter

    Art as Medicine EmotionalHealing Relaxation ProblemSolving StressRelease SelfDiscovery Introspection SafeHaven

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    3

    4

    5

    REMlobby

    dressing room

    dance studio

    dance studio

    dance therapists

    cafe

    snackkiosk

    sculpture studio

    ceramics and foundry studio

    painting studio

    painting studio

    painttherapist

    storage

    storage

    storage

    mechanical

    photo lab

    dark room

    phototherapist

    dressing room

    drawing studio

    drawingtherapist

    drawing studio

    public meeting room

    gallery

    gallery

    gift shopinformation

    lobby

    public meeting room

    public meeting room

    consultationprivate therapy

    waiting room

    consultationprivate therapy

    consultationprivate therapy

    waiting room

    ground level

    2nd level

    3rd level

    art studi

    oart s

    tudio

    public sp

    ace cycle 1

    cycle 2

    cycle 3

    cycle 4

    Stage 1 awake : outsideStage 2 dozing : hallwaysStage 3 light sleep : entranceStage 4 sleep : prep areaStage 5 deep sleep : studio entranceStage 6 REM/dreaming : studio

    Progression Metaphors

    To transport patients from reality to artistic freedom and self-discovery, the progression is based on the sequence

    of sleep and dreaming.

    Concept: Science & Form

    public sp

    ace

    REM

    Stage 1

    Stage 2

    Stage 3

    Stage 4

    Stage 5

  • 12

    3

    4

    5

    REMlobby

    dressing room

    dance studio

    dance studio

    dance therapists

    cafe

    snackkiosk

    sculpture studio

    ceramics and foundry studio

    painting studio

    painting studio

    painttherapist

    storage

    storage

    storage

    mechanical

    photo lab

    dark room

    phototherapist

    dressing room

    drawing studio

    drawingtherapist

    drawing studio

    public meeting room

    gallery

    gallery

    gift shopinformation

    lobby

    public meeting room

    public meeting room

    consultationprivate therapy

    waiting room

    consultationprivate therapy

    consultationprivate therapy

    waiting room

    ground level

    2nd level

    3rd level

    art studi

    oart s

    tudio

    public sp

    ace cycle 1

    cycle 2

    cycle 3

    cycle 4

    Stage 1 awake : outsideStage 2 dozing : hallwaysStage 3 light sleep : entranceStage 4 sleep : prep areaStage 5 deep sleep : studio entranceStage 6 REM/dreaming : studio

    Progression Metaphors

    To transport patients from reality to artistic freedom and self-discovery, the progression is based on the sequence

    of sleep and dreaming.

    Concept: Science & Form

    public sp

    ace

    REM

    Stage 1

    Stage 2

    Stage 3

    Stage 4

    Stage 5

  • Development of Form

    - mimicry of surrounding architecture- creation of large outdoor space- preservation of views

  • S19

  • S20

  • S21

  • The Center for Literary StudiesUrban Studies Studio

    A dollhouse-like effect is created by halving the building with a walkway, which in effect visually connects each programmatic area and showcases the bustling community to passersby.

    Visual Connecting Multiple Programs

    Thermal MassA thermal mass trombe wall on the south facade creates a visually interesting curbside appeal while also providing heat gain/loss advantages for the building. Lastly, it creates privacy for the private artist residence, lecture space, and reading rooms.

    The Center for Literary Studies is a hub for all age groups as well as a incubator for an artist-in-residence. The challenge was to create a cohesive but accomodating center for many use groups.