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SMG

Student Portfolio North Carolina State University


February 2014

Stacy Marie Goodman


202 Red Field Street Cary, NC 27513 919.323.5240 smgoodm3@ncsu.edu

Table of Contents
Resume Vision Statement One Room- Three Activities 3 Rooms & A Garden Urban Analysis 1: Pattern Mapping Urban Analysis 2: Precinct Investigation 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 11 13 15 16 17 19 23 25 27

Education Awards

North Carolina State University; Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture, 2014 The Prague Institute, Czech Republic; Study Abroad, Aug- Dec 2013 Shawcroft Drawing Competition; Nominated, Sept 2013 Lious Sullivan Competition; Honorable Mention, April 2013 North Carolina State University; Study Abroad Scholarship, March 2013 Aerobics & Fitness Association of America; Scholarship, February 2013 Patrick Rand College of Design; Scholarship, Nov 2012 Sigmon Design Competition; 2nd Place, Oct 2012 National Concrete Masonry Association Unit Design Competition; 1st Place, Sept 2013 Scandinavian Heritage Society; Scholarship, Aug 2012 Digital Representation Final Board Design; Honorable Mention, May 2012 Local Unit Design Competition; 1st Place, April 2012 Multiple Sclerosis Society of Easter North Carolina; Team Captain Award, Sept 2009 Multiple Sclerosis Society of Easter North Carolina; Team Captain Award, Sept 2008 Apex High School; Student Body President Award, May 2001 Adobe InDesign Adobe Illustrator Adobe Photoshop AutoCAD Miscrosoft Office Suite MultiFrame OSX Revit QickBooks SketchUp Pro Windows Drafting Laser Cutting Model Making Sketching Watercolor

Museum of the City A Yoga Dwelling Hand Drawings & Renderings NCMA Visitor Center Secret Garden Suburban Coop Travel Sketches Modular Campus Prototype Modern Module CMU Design Competition Pocket Park Infill

Technical Skills

Professional Experience

Activities Certications Community Service


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North Carolina Museum of Art; Architecture Intern, June- Sept 2013 Contemporary Art Museum; Spaces & Places Architecture Studio T.A., July 2013 North Carolina State University Carmichael Recreation Center; Fitness Instructor, June 2012- Present YMCA, Alexander Family; Fitness Instructor, Dec 2012- Present Inspired By Homes; Real Estate Broker, March 2010- Jan 2013 Universal Realty, Inc.; Real Estate Broker, Sept 2006- March 2010 Universal Developers, Inc.; Office Manager, May 2005- March 2010 American Institute of Architects Students (AIAS), Aug 2012- Present Young Architects Forum (YAF), Aug 2012- May 2013 Raleigh Regional Association of Realtors (RRAR), May 2006- Jan 2013 North Carolina Real Estate Commission; NC Real Estate Brokers License #247200, May 2006- Present Volunteer Outdoor Cycle Instructor, March 2009- Present Multiple Sclerosis Society of Easter North Carolina; Team Captain, Aug 2007- Sept 2010 Raleigh Rescue Mission Fund-raiser, July/ Dec 2009

Vision Statement

My interest in architecture is fueled by my desire to design healthy lifestyles for people. As a fitness professional, I understand the inherent relationship between movement of the human body and architectural space. Architecture-- space, material and light-- connects people to nature and influences our health. A well designed space can uplift and relax, even energize a persons mental state and physical well-being. Good design provides human beings the opportunity to express their physical diversity and cultural connectivity. As an aspiring architect, my goal is to create designs for healthier lifestyles through human kinetics, ergonomic comfort and cultural experiences. 2

One Room- Three Activities


Project Description

NCSU School of Architecture Summer 2011 ARC 450: Drawing & Visual Thinking
design a room from a 12x12x12 cube, select a verb to manipulate the space with a place to sit, sleep and circulate. Focus: translate what is seen into the language of drawing (using line, shape, and value).

3 Rooms & a Garden


Project Description

NCSU School of Architecture Spring 2012 ARC 202: Design Form Studio
part one; individually design a room related to an activity and verb. Part two; with a team of three, combine rooms from part one with consideration to sequence, circulation, space & site context.

Concept

activity

views

circulation

public/private

an interlocking theme with emphasis on orientation, light, and materials.

Concept

Materials

basswood, rockite, mdf, foam, & matte board. hybrid drawings- CAD, acrylic, prisma, & lead.

the actions of in, on & above the ground with a strong connection to nature & amplifying the individuals senses was the focus for this design.

Team Contribution
east elevation north elevation west elevation south elevation

Time Frame
4 weeks

design, sections, renderings, model & site model

Materials
4 weeks

basswood, chipboard & acrylic

Time Frame
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Urban Analysis 1: Pattern Mapping


Project Description

NCSU School of Architecture Fall 2011 ARC 201: Design Environment Studio
create a multi layered 3-D map of spatial patterns and underlying structure of the city of Charleston, SC.

Urban Precinct Analysis 2: Precinct Investigation


NCSU School of Architecture Fall 2011 ARC 201: Design Environment Studio

Project Description

Concept

a layering of landmass, city & infrastructure in model form; the highest layer (newest part of the city) to the lowest (the oldest/ historical section of the city.)

landmass

city limits

transportation infrastructure

synthesis

prepare an urban precinct model of Charleston, SC representing the history, vertical heights of buildings, churches, cemeteries, streets, parking lots, greenery, & public/ private spaces.

Concept

Team Contribution Materials


3 weeks

analysis, diagraming, & model making walnut & stainless steel

building age is represented as vertical depth to model Charlestons urban history as rooted in the city. The oldest structures become support for the entire model.

Materials
basswood 4 weeks

Time Frame

Time Frame

Museum of the City


Project Description:

NCSU School of Architecture Fall 2011 ARC 201: Design Environment Studio
strengthen & interweave the existing city fabric and its special continuity of passage, place & threshold. The program is divided into four walls consisting of the wall of city, surveyor, books & light, as well as two spatial volumes, one of center & one as line.

plan

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dd

aa

dd

0 10

20

40

Concept

obtain maximum views of the significant parts of the city that surround, keep a meaningful rhythm of three and five, & emphasize the volume of center as hierarchy through circulation & placement.

Materials
8 weeks

basswood, chipboard, gesso & acrylic paint

Time Frame

circulation

views

light

hierarchy

0 30

60

120

240

A Yoga Dwelling
Project Description

NCSU School of Architecture Spring 2012 ARC 202: Design Form Studio
design a dwelling for a client with a specific profession on an undeveloped hillside. The program included spaces for leisure, service, circulation and lifestyle space with consideration to environmental conditions.

site analysis diagrams

program analysis

concept diagrams

topography

vegetation

views

climate

Concept

circulation

public/private

views

the design is based on the principles of yoga; movement, breathing & meditation with a strong connection to nature.

Materials
5 weeks

basswood, chipboard, acrylic, prisma & lead

Time Frame

10

20

10

Hand Drawings & Renderings


Own Initiative & Class Fall 2010- Fall 2013 ARC 590: Drawing & Watercolor

pencil studies

ink study

charcoal study

cante & watercolor

ink & watercolor

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watercolor

charcoal on paper

ink & watercolor

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NCMA Visitor Center


Project Description:

NCSU School of Architecture Fall 2012 ARC 301: Design Intermediate


with the updated citys master plan of Blue Ridge Road, design a sustainable visitor center for North Carolina Museum of Art including offices, exhibition space, and a cafe. approach
sculpture garden

cafe

exit

kitchen

reception

exhibit

patio

patio

kitchen

toilet

exit

cafe

toilet office office office staff lounge conference storage loading dock

expanding into nature; a rigid structure connecting to the environment. The overall design is pulling the individual from the city and inviting them with open arms to nature.

Concept

plan
5/8 Silicone Impregnated Gypsum Roof Sheathing 6 Rigid Insulation Polyisocyanurate 6 Concrete Plank

section

10

20

Materials:

walnut, foam, acrylic, gravel & prisma

Single ply reinforced White Roofing Membrane System

Time Frame
12 weeks
3/8 Steel Angles Weep Holes

5 1/3 Reclaimed Wood Timbers Compressible Fill Material 3/8 Metal Sill Flashing

4 3/4 Rigid Insulation Polystyrene 1 1/2 Air Cavity

wall section model

Waterproofing Sealant 12 Cast In Place Load Bearing Concrete Calking Sealed Pre manufactured Insulated Load Bearing Glass Unit Sill Treated Sole Plate on Continuous Flashing and Termite Barrier Positive Grade Per Code Footing W/ 1 1/2 Reinforcing Steel #5 Bar W/ 1/2 Coverage Above Ground 4 Perforated Pipe in Landscape Fabric Sleeve 3/8 Fill For Isolation Joint; Sealant, Backer Rod, Compressible Joint Material 5 Reinforced Concrete Slab W/ 6x6 10/10 Welded Wire Fabric Stone Sub Base 6 Mil Polyethylene Vapor Retarder Undisturbed Earth Or Compact Fill

north elevation
0 5 10 20 40

Gravel

Earth

13

West Light Wall Detail Wall Section E-E

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Secret Garden
Project Description

classroom

Suburban Coop
b

courtyard

North Carolina Museum of Art Internship Summer 2013


summer internship with NCMA to renovate the museums education wing, including an auditorium, lobby, classroom, and a central courtyard. The renderings and models were a core component of the final funding proposal. basswood, CAD, pencil

NCSU School of Architecture Spring 2013 ARC 302: Technology

Project Description Concept

design a kit of parts concept to assemble a modular chicken coop.


B

auditorium

view a

view b

Materials
12 weeks

Time Frame

self sufficient & sustainable food production express the relationship between human and livestock activities, spatial organization and construction details.

Materials
4 weeks

basswood & chipboard

Time Frame

foundation

assembly diagram

plan

roof

Step 1: Place Posts

Step 2: Fasten Coop Beams Step 2: Fasten Coop Beams Step 2: Fasten Coop Beams
Step 1: Place Posts Step 2: Fasten Coop Beams

erect structure

Step 1: Place Posts fasten coop Step 1: Place Posts

fasten run

Step 4: Place & Fasten Side Wire Mesh Panels Step 4: Place & Step 3: Fasten Run Beams place & fasten side wire mesh panels Fasten Side Wire Mesh Panels Step 3: Fasten Run Beams Step 3: Fasten Run Beams
Step 3: Fasten Run Beams Step 4: Place & Fasten Side Wire Mesh Panels

Step 4: Place & Fasten Side Wire Mesh Panels

Step 5: Slide & Fasten Floors In Place Step 8: Hang Flat Panels & Secure Step 7: Hang Textured Panels & Secure Step 6: Fasten Roost to Specied Posts fasten coop beams hang textured panels & secure hang flat panels & secure slide & fasten floors Step 5: Slide & Fasten Floors In Place Step 8: Hang Flat Panels & Secure Step 7: Hang Textured Panels & Secure Step 6: Fasten Roost to Specied Posts Step 5: Slide & Fasten Floors In Place Step 8: Hang Flat Panels & Secure Step 7: Hang Textured Panels & Secure Step 6: Fasten Roost to Specied Posts Step 5: Slide & Fasten Floors In Place Step 6: Fasten Roost to Specied Posts Step 7: Hang Textured Panels & Secure Step 8: Hang Flat Panels & Secure

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fasten roof panels place & fasten wire mesh panels corner connection detail Assembly 16 slide interior nesting walls The Suburban Coop Step 11: Place & Fasten Connection Detail Stacy Corner Goodman & Drew Dippel Step 9: Slide Interior Nesting Walls In Place. Step 10: Place and Fasten Roof Panels Wire Mesh Panels To Run Hang and Secure Flat Panels.

Step 9: Slide Interior Nesting Walls In Place. Hang and Secure Flat Panels.

Step 10: Place and Fasten Roof Panels

Step 11: Place & Fasten Wire Mesh Panels To Run

Corner Connection Detail

Travel Sketches

Prague Institute, Czech Republic Fall 2013 ARC 590: Drawing & Watercolor

ink studies

classical etching

pencil

17

charcoal

watercolor

ink

watercolor

18

Modular Campus Prototype


Honorable Mention Lious Sullivan Competition Project Description
design a campus prototype using a modular system of masonry based construction to house classrooms, a library, cafe, gym, and administration offices.

NCSU School of Architecture Spring 2013 ARC 302: Technology

Concept

a modular flexible system to accommodate fluctuation in campus enrollment. Prefabricated units (based on shipping container dimensions) were designed for semi-trailer delivery and minimal on site erection. A primary set of composite brick panels comprise the exterior wall for each modular unit. A second set of panels are installed on site and act as the traditional transitory skirt.

Team Contribution Materials

research, design, model, renderings, plans & sections oak,basswood, homasote, foam, aluminum, acrylic, & chipboard

Time Frame
10 weeks

future expansion

campus commons

future expansionn

cafeteria

view of typical classroom interior

outdoor classroom

master plan

15

30

60

19

view of academic block

20

SINGLE PLY ROOF MEMBRANE 4 INSULATION 3 DECKING TERRA COTTA PANELS 5/8 GYPSUM

4 VERTICAL LOUVERS

FLASHING 5/8 GYPSUM 4 LIGHT GAUGE STUD COMPOSITE BRICK PANELS 2 INSULATION

bay elevation

FOUNDATION

bay section model

typical bay section

10

20

gymnasium

cafe

classroom

administration

view of library reading room

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Modern Module

NCSU School of Architecture Fall 2012 ARC 432: Construction Systems Second Place Masonry Wall Competition Sigmon Design Competition NC Masonry Contractors Association

Project Description Concept

design a wall from masonry with a new bond. to celebrate masonrys modularity & versatility in different levels: size, depth, structural capacity & materiality. A logical response to the current use of masonry in construction; dimensions are at a bigger scale, demonstrates different levels of structural & non structural uses of masonry units, veneer wall & load bearing wall. Has a more dynamic face. CMU & brick were chosen given their commonality to take advantage of its simplicity. It challenges the common misconception that the use of masonry has to look traditional and monotonous.

Team Contribution Materials

research, design, & model. basswood, homasote, plexi glass, aluminum & foam

Time Frame
4 weeks

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CMU Design Competition

NCSU School of Architecture Spring 2012 ARC 232: Structures & Materials First Place CMU Design-National Concrete Masonry Associations Education and Research Foundation First Place CMU Design-Blockfest/ Student Design Competition; Carolina Concrete Masonry Association (CCMA), Johnson Concrete Company and Adams Products/Oldcastle.

structural chase/ additional foam

weather barrier

outside insulated thermal mass

R-7 +/-

R-19 +/-

R-37 +/-

Project Description Concept

design a new concrete modular unit. combine the benefits of a tradition CMU (durable, affordable, common, local, modular & fireproof) with improvements to its disadvantages (low r-value, unsustainable, & appearance). We created a dynamic facade, vertical track (with the optional addition of a living green wall, eatable wall system, LED or photovoltaics). We improved the r-value without changing its modularity or structural ability.

Team Contribution Materials


4 months

research, design, plans, sections, rendering, model & presentation slides. homasote, CAD, prisma & lead

Time Frame

outside temperature

inside temperature

our design- composite wall

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Pocket Park Inll


Project Description

The Prague Institute Fall 2013 ARC 401: Urban Design design a structure for an empty lot located in Prague, Czech Republic, District Prague 10, Vrsovice. Improve problems and enhance the communitys activities, including; a space for lectures, gatherings, art displays, exhibits, festivals and seating. In addition, preserve cut through paths, trees and maximize the exterior space.

Concept

a modest building volume that expands and activates its surrounding open space.

Materials

oak, basswood, homasote, foam, aluminum, acrylic, & chipboard

Time Frame
10 weeks

approach

flexible use diagrams


a small volume can expand and multiply
a small volume can expand and multiply

pantry kitchen cafe office storage parking

1 2 3 4 5 6

music festival & open cafemusic festival and open caf


music festival and open caf
Pantry

Kitchen

3
Cafe/ Bar/ Lecture/ Gather

Offices

Storage

Parking

private art exhibition and public art display

private art expo & public art display

private art exhibition and public art display

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10

20

view of cafe/ courtyards

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