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A compilation of my design work from Undergrad and Graduate School

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  • HEXBERGK@PACBELL.NET(916) 799-170910269 SW EASTRIDGE STREETPORTLAND, OR 97225KENDRA HEXBERG

  • ARCHITECTURE

    INTERIOR DESIGN

    URBAN DESIGN

    ART SCHOOLMIXED-USE TOWERPERFORMING ART SCHOOLMEDIATHEQUE

    OLD TOWN/CHINA TOWNANKENY ALLEYNORTHWEST WATERFRONTGOOSE HOLLOW

    BANK BRANCH OFFICEWELLNESS CENTERCONDOMINIUMSALLEN FAMILY RESIDENCE

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    The Northwest College of the arts is purposefully located directly on the Wil-

    lamette River. The Northwest river trail, which includes McCormick pier, is com-

    pletely devoid of activity and is physically disconnected from the riverfront park

    to the south and from the north waterfront. As a building form it is reacting to the

    train passion on one side and the river running on the other. This manifested in

    bulkier and more solid form on the train side and a lighter and smaller side on the

    river side. ART SCHOOL

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    Old town China town located in NW Portland is in great

    need of a new dimension. The mixed use tower is a study in

    adding vertical density to a district that is, for now, limited

    to the heights of the existing historic buildings.

    MIXED-USE TOWER

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    The adaptive reuse of the historic Washington Monroe H.S.. The school is locat-

    ed in the Buckman neighborhood of SE portland. The program of the building

    was based on trying to reuse the High school as a College. A need in the area

    for colleges is in performing arts. This small scale private college would house

    dancing, drama, and vocal arts. The first three floors are classroom floors, while

    the top one and a half floors are used as dormatories.

    PERFORMING ARTS

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  • MEDIATHEQUE

  • URBAN DESIGN

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    This urban design was a collaboration of two Japanese students from Meiji Uni-

    versity in Tokyo and three students from the University of Oregon. The outcome

    of the charette shows the need to bring several new things to Old Town: Dimen-

    sion, easy transportation from NW, Japanese cultural influence, and pedestrian

    friendly streets.

    *The tower district was an addition made by me after the charette.

    Team: Yuka Kato, Arata Ono, Alex Atallah, Hudson Lasher, Kendra Hexberg

    OLD TOWN/CHINA TOWN

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  • NEW DEVELOPMENT

    EXISTING BUILDINGS

    HISTORIC BUILDINGS

    MAIN CAR ROUTES

    MAIN PEDESTRIAN ROUTES

    MAX LINES

    This was a collaborative effort to enhance the atmosphere of Ankeny Street.

    Ankeny Street presents the problem of being the street where the two Port-

    land grids collide. The plan for Ankeny street is to transform it into a pedestrian

    way linking downtown to the waterfront with a series of catalyst buidings. The

    neighboring district is also densified to increase the population of the district

    that Ankeny street is part of.

    Team: Emily Russell, Kendra Hexberg

    ANKENY ALLEY

  • NEW DEVELOPMENT

    MAX LINE ROUTES

    ADDED SIDEWALK / SEATING

    MAX STOP SHELTERS

    1. MEDIATHEQUE

    2. MARKET AND CO-OP

    3. RESTORED THEATER

    4. PORTLAND ART MUSEUM

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  • This design centers aroung a new Micro district along the Northwest Willamette

    waterfront. The new micro district will activate the riverfront 18 hours a day and

    replace the private waterfront used by residents of McCormick Pier. The walk-

    able mixed-use district is anchored by the NW school of the arts and a new

    North Willamette boat house. The anchor uses as well as a mix of cafes, restau-

    rants, and recreational activities will activate and connect the waterfront to the

    riverfront trail to the south.

    NORTHWEST WATERFRONT

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    Commercial-Office

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  • The Goose Hollow neighborhood of Portland Oregon was disconnected from

    the downtown when the 405 freeway was cut through Portland. Goose Hol-

    low now feels a disconnect from the city and a lack of community place within

    the neighborhood. This plan focuses on connecting Goose Hollow back to the

    downtown, by bridging the 405, and create two community places where resi-

    dents can gather.

    Team: Natasha Shirazi, Kendra Hexberg

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