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The portfolio covers select design work from Architecture studios and beyond, from thesis work to capstone projects, object design, and research.

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  • Dormanjacqueline brooke

    Portfolio

  • table contentsarchitectural Works

    object Design

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    funDeD research

    Education, Skills, Distinctions + Work Experience 52

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    Capstone Project

    Thesis Project24

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    Pascagoula Maritime Museum: Building as Bridge Pascagoula Maritime Museum: Building as PierChildrens Memorial Garden

    Metropolitan Point: An Assisted Living Center

    Industrial Arts Center

    TRASHIONshow Fashion DesignBench Design

    Interior Trellis System

    Foundation to Sky: A study of Student texts for Building Assembly

    Dupont Bike Station

    SmartTheater

  • architectural Works

  • architectural Works04/05

  • Pascagoula Maritime Museum: Building as Bridge 06/07

    Lowry Island in Pascagoula, MississippiCapstone Version A

    Alive. In the Sea, For a place of Ship building,Toil, trade, wash away.

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  • MARITIME MUSEUM

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    PASCAGOULA

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    NCONNECTIVITYLOWRY ISLAND MS

    Lowry Island would form a pedestrian friendly connection to the greater Pascagoula area, and that the conceptualization of both the museum and the site, would therefore, be about manipu-lating infrastructure, landscape, and architec-ture, to create a series of paths traversing the site, culminating in nodes throughout the area.

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    The Creation of path helps give a new sense of place to the area- a new hyper-social exterior that fits in with the goals of the citys master plan for the area. Naturally, the museum and sur-rounding site would connect the visitor to the citys maritime history. Furthermore, the program would extend the preservation of the culture of the maritime city by supporting interior and exte-rior spaces focused not only on interactive exhib-its, but on research and trade crafts.

    The physical site that is Lowry Island is the result of dredging, which is one major cause of habitation fragmentation in the area. Likewise, other factors, such as forestation and urbanization, such as the construction of massive infrastructure projects (Bridges, etc) severely impacted the survival of local species, the Sandhill Crane being an extreme example. With only 100 left in existence, the manipulation of site and architecture, therein, would reconnect the birds to an area in which they might begin to thrive along the Pascagoula River again.

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    PASCAGOULA RIVER

    Boat Docking

    Parking

    Walking Path

    Major Path to building

    Future Pedestrian Bridge

    Dock + Extension

    Boat Park

    Protected Wetlands

    Ingalls Equipment

    Protected Wetlands cultivated for Sandhill Cranes

    Green Roof Feeding Area

    1Exterior Concert Space

    2Viewing Platforms

    3Extended Workshop Space

    4Boat Launch- Master Plan

    5Boat Park

    6Bird Watching Boardwalk

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    Physical FocusThe design allows Lowry Island to form a pedestrian friendly connection to the greater Pascagoula area. The conceptualization of both the museum and the site, therefore, revolves around the manipulation of infrastructure, landscape, and architecture to create a series of paths traversing the site and culminating in nodes from one area to the next.

    Cultural FocusThe creation of path helps give a greater sense of place to the area, where a new hyper-social exterior allow the museum and surrounding site to better connect the visitor to the citys maritime history. Furthermore, the program extends the preservation of maritime culture in Pascagoula by emphasizing interior and exterior spaces focused not only on interactive exhibits, but on research and trade crafts as well.

    Biological FocusThe landscape composing Lowry Island is the direct result of dredging, a major cause of habitation fragmentation in the Pascagoula area. Other factors, such as forestation and urbanization severely impacted the survival of local species, the Sandhill Crane being an extreme example. With only 100 left in existence, the manipulation of site and architecture seek to reconnect the birds to an area in which they might begin to thrive along the Pascagoula River once again.

    Maritime Museum: Building as Bridge 08/09

    Capstone Project Proposal A

    builDing 1: first floor terracebuilDing 1: first floor tyPical DisPlay, noaa exhibitbuilDing 1: research levelbuilDing 2: ingalls moDel shiPs exhibit

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    Iterations of Facade/Sectional Development

  • Pascagoula Maritime Museum: Building as Pier10/11

    Lowry Island in Pascagoula, MississippiCapstone Version B

    What is a pier if not a place to begin a journey through the waterfront and to establish a connection between land and sea.

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    Pier - Ground LVL

    AXONOMETRIC of GreenWall Connections to Primary

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    DIVISION OF PROGRAM Museum Column: Steel 2 x 2 W Section

    GreenWall Trimmer - 8x 3/32

    46Canopy

    32Level Two

    20Level One

    Academic Center - LVL 1

    Historical - LVL 2

    PLanting Frame, 6 x 3x 3

    C Channel Vertical supports - 4

    Self-Tapping Screws

    Bolted L Bracket

    Major & Minor Horizontal Supports

    Growing Medium + Flora

    2x2 Tube Steel1/2 Steel Bar

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    Pascagoula River Boat Tour

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    Foundation for Pool

    Wading Pool

    Water pump and Filter

    N The Pier ProjectNorth/South Section1/8 = 1

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    Steel Truss Roof Structure

    Double Roof System with Tin Finish

    2 Steel W Section Column

    South Facing Green Wall, Shading Device

    Opaque Glass CurtainWall

    Operable Folding Glass Panel Wall System

    Terrace Planters

    Site weld, Steel Plate to 2x2 Steel W Column

    3x3 Concrete Footing

    2x6x8 Wood walkway

    1/8 Steel Plate with Bolts

    1/8 Steel Plate with Bolts

    Physical FocusBy acting as a pier, the building became the physical culmination of all activities and traffic occurring on the site, thereby calling to attention the importance of the water in the citys maritime history. The pier is a physical link, here, navigating between the waterborne landscape and the museum, forming a continuos waterfront with activities throughout, that, together, work to promote entertainment and education concerning the citys continued maritime Legacy.

    Cultural FocusThe promenade throughout the site promotes the citys maritime history by allowing opportunities for people to actively participate with the waterway, and, eventually, with the exhibits outside and within the museum. The journey to grasp the culture of the place is though self driven discovery. Since the history of Pascagoula emerged through its relationship with water, I sought to further develop the waterfront as a way for visitors to understand and interact with the place.

    Biological FocusDredging,, alongside other factors, like deforestation and urbanization, severely impacted the survival of local species throughout the citys development. I sought to reconnect the local wildlife, such as the Sandhill Crane, with an area in which they might thrive once again by promoting the creation of habitats throughout the island. In journeying across the site, one would be presented with a living and evolving gallery of the biology of the place.

    Maritime Museum: Building as Pier12/13

    Capstone Project Proposal B

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    PhysicalLOWRY ISLAND

    By acting as a pier, the building became the physical culmination of all activities and traffic occurring on the site, thereby calling to attention the importance of the water for the citys maritime history. The pier is a physical link, here, navigating between the waterborne landscape and the museum, forming a continuos waterfront with activities throughout, that, together, work to promote entertainment and education concerning the citys continued maritime Legacy.

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    Revealing place: the promenade throughout the site became about understanding the citys maritime history by allowing opportunities for people to actively participate with the landscape, and eventually with the exhibits within the museum. In this way, understanding Pascagoulas history, its sense of place, occurs through a journey across the landscape, on the water, and then hovering over it within the museum. The journey to grasp the culture of the place would be though self driven discovery. Furthermore, since the history of Pascagoula emerged through its relationship with water, I sought to further develop the waterfront as a way for visitors to understand and interact with the place.

    Lowry Island is a man-made site, created through dredging for major infrastructure projects like bridges and industrial complexes. Dredging, alongside other factors, such as deforestation and urbanization severely impacted the survival of local species throughout the citys development. I sought to reconnect the