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  • Kaitlyn M

    inixACADEMIC

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    URBAN INFILL02

    DANCERS RETREAT03

    HOUSE OF CONVERGING PATHS

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    LINK UP

    05 ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM

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    PROJECTS

    @N. 19th

  • N. 19th St.

    Zoned EZ-11 Vacant Lot

    Zoned R-64 Vacant Structures

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    Portland Promise Center

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    To Tim FaulknerGallery

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    River WalkAccess

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    10 Pop-Up Shops1 Public Roof Deck1 Open Market Park 2 Two Bed Apts.

    8 Two Bed 21 c. Shotguns

    3 Pop-Up Stores1 Private Roof Deck3 One Bed Apts.

    8 Two Bed 21 c. Shotguns

    Bar w/ Outdoor Seating4 Food Truck Stalls

    Zoned R-61 Vacant Lots4 Vacant Structures

    Zoned R-6Existing Auto Service

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    01 @N.19th Type: Residential/ CommercialLocation: Louisville, KYProgram Used: RevitIn collaboration with Mark Manczyk

    Project Description:@N.19th Development is a mixed-use project located in the Portland Neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky. The site was chosen based upon the Portland Investment Initiatives areas of redevelopment and the groupings of multiple abandoned properties and empty lots. The program includes 21st Century Shotgun Homes, Pop-Up Shops, and a Food Truck Hub to create a new social center for the community.

    original shotgun typology and create a more usable ow within a narrow space. Multiple modules were created, including a kitchen/stair combination and a stacked bathroom/ utility space to allow for standardization within each unit.

    The Pop-Up shops are rental spaces with exibility in size and leasing duration. They are focused towards artists, designers, makers, DIY-ers, and entrepreneurs who are looking to start a new small business.

    The Food Truck Hub is a reuse project, including a bar and rentable food truck parking spaces. This allows food truck owners to build a customer base and take advantage of the indoor amenities provided through the bar, including bathrooms, food prep areas, and seating.

    The @N.19th Development was designed as a kit of parts that could be implemented on any site, in commu-nities that are looking for new economic and redevelop-ment opportunities.The 21st Century Shotguns were designed to rethink the

  • SECOND FLOOR

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    N. 19TH ST. ELEVATION

  • SECOND FLOOR FIRST FLOOR

    BANK ST. SECTION

  • 02 URBAN INFILL

    The program for this Urban Infill Project was to build ahome/studio space for an artist and her husband in New York. This included an art studio, gallery, offices, and general living spaces. I designed the house inorder to take advantage of the various views, includingthose looking out onto the street and those looking out onto the water in back. Thehouse is arranged so that as you move up in floorsthrough the atrium/staircase space, you progress from public to more private areas.

    Type: ResidentialLocation: New YorkProgram Used: RevitProject Description:

    A HOUSE OF CONVERGING PATHS KAITLYN MINIXDESIGN STUDIO 354ELEVATIONS

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    WALL SECTION

    4" CONCRETE

    3" RIGID INSULATION

    1" GYPSUM BOARD

    4" CONCRETE

    2"x4" BLOCKING

    3/4" OAK FLOORING3/4" PLYWOOD SHEATHING10 1/2" WOOD JOIST STRUCTURE

    CONCRETE FOOTING

    5" ALUMINUM MULLIONCURTAIN WALL

    SHORT STREET ELEVATION1/16=1-0

    WRENN COURT ELEVATION1/8=1-0

    THE FAYETTE BUILDING T TRUS123 WEST MAIN

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    MAIN STREET ELEVATION1/16=1-0

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    BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN1/32=10

    SECOND FLOOR PLAN1/32=10

    FIRST FLOOR PLAN1/32=10

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    SECTION1/32=10

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  • 03 DANCERS RETREATType: Living Learning CommunityLocation: North CarolinaProgram Used: Rhino

    Project Description:The Dancers Retreat was designed as an aggregated living learning community for aspiring dancers in the hills of North Carolina. The public spaces were located in the top three buildings, and the private spaces in the bottom two buildings. Within the private spaces are dorm style apartments featuring a loft. In the public spaces there are dance studios, classrooms, an auditorium, gym, lounge and cafe. The buildings in the community are curved inwards to create a more exclusive environment and better views of the lake.

    FIRST FLOOR PLAN1/8=1-0

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    A HOUSE OF CONVERGING PATHS

    2 Person Dorm Style Housing UnitsOne Bedroom Housing Units

    O ce, Retail & Performance AreaPractice Spaces

    Dining/Lounge & Classroom Space

    Public Space

    Private Space

  • Perspective Wall SectionNTS1

    Glass

    Wood slats

    Roof garden

    Concrete footing

    Gypsum board

    Exterior Wall Section1/2 = 1-02

    plywood on concrete slab

    6 wood slats on 3/4plywood on 2x6 woodstuds

    Sealed concrete

    2 layers of 5/8 gypsum board

    Insulation

    Glass

    SECTION B1/8=1-0

    SITE SECTION 1/32= 1-0

    SECTION A1/8=1-0

    SHORT STREET ELEVATION1/16=1-0

    WRENN COURT ELEVATION1/8=1-0

    THE FAYETTE BUILDING T TRUS123 WEST MAIN

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    MAIN STREET ELEVATION1/16=1-0

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    SHORT STREET ELEVATION1/16=1-0

    WRENN COURT ELEVATION1/8=1-0

    THE FAYETTE BUILDING T TRUS123 WEST MAIN

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    MAIN STREET ELEVATION1/16=1-0

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    PERSPECTIVE WALL SECTIONNTS

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    1/8" = 1'-0"2SECTION 2

    1/2" = 1'-0"3WALL SECTION

    3/4" PLYWOOD SHEATHING

    10 1/2" WOOD JOIST STRUCTURE

    CONCRETE FOOTING

    ATRIUM

    VISITORS CENTER

    COFFEE BAR

    BIKE SHOP/LEGACY TRAIL

    ATRIUM

    VISITORS CENTER RETAIL

    ATRIUM

    VISITORS CENTER

    ART GALLERY

    PRINTMAKERS CO-OP

    FIRST FLOOR PLAN1/32=1-0

    SECOND FLOOR PLAN1/32=1-0

    THIRD FLOOR PLAN1/32=1-0

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    124-0AUDITORIUM

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    04 HOUSE OF CONVERGING PATHSType: Mixed UseLocation: Lexington, KYProgram Used: RhinoProject Description:This Ofce Building was an adaptive reuse project incorporating several programs and functions. Its design aims to bring the outside in with the use of glass curtain walls and it also offers an escape from the busy city street through its side pocket park. This project was a mix between the old and new, creating a central gathering place in the downtown area.

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    POPULATION: 749

    White: 44.8% Black: 55.2%

    Males: 40.3% Females: 59.7%

    HOUSEHOLDS: 671

    Family: 20.7% Non-Family: 79.3%

    MEDIAN AGE: 48

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    B-2B Downtown Center BuisnessSite

    1/64=1-0Site Plan

    STREETSCAPE

    Walking TrafficBiker Traffic

    SHORT STREET ELEVATION1/16=1-0

    WRENN COURT ELEVATION1/8=1-0

    THE FAYETTE BUILDING T TRUS123 WEST MAIN

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    MAIN STREET ELEVATION1/16=1-0

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  • AWNING SECTION1/8 = 1-0

    GLASS/BRICK CONNECTION 1/8 = 1-0

    SHORT STREET ELEVATION1/16=1-0

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