Brian Henry: Work Samples + Resume
Brian Henry Wo r k S a m p l e s + R e s u m e 355 NE Olsen St #203 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 339-3248 email@example.com http://about.me/henrybriank Bellevue Meta-Burb Bellevue Meta-Burb attempts to understand the dominant form of development in the United States; suburban development. This project takes an approach that tries to balance theory, research and practice to the point of developing a building strategy and potential typology. Contrasting other attempts of dealing with suburbia from within the suburban context, this project does not attempt to alter suburbia as we know it, nor transform it into something different. Rather, it understands it, and transcends beyond typical models of suburban and urban development to create the Meta-Burb. Y OWN UR VER BUY YO THE HOUSE BS SUBUR IN *P w uct rod ill n ot m ex eet o ns t a ti pec Eighteen Inches Exchange Tower Located in The Bowery district of lower Manhattan this residential tower exchanges private space for public amenity. My conceptual approach was influenced by these words from Here is New York by E. B. White: The eighteen inches were both the connection and the separation that New York provides for its inhabitants. ... New York blends the gift of privacy with the excitement of participation. Facade/Concept Diagram Photo: L. Lloyd McCall Carbon-Neutral Living This design-build project created a bunkhouse for the McCall Outdoor Science School that focused on using architecture as pedagogy, aiding in teaching visitors about environmental friendliness. Utilizing passive heating strategies, straw bale construction, and energy efficient systems, the bunkhouse also fit into the goal to make the campus carbon neutral. The bunkhouse remains unrealized due to lack of funds. Photo: B. Henry Model: M. Keithley & K. Wells Construction Documents: B. Henry & D. Sundquist Perspectiva Artificialis Image: R. Jelaco & T. Ashworth This project was an exercise in representing a building as its essence or presence. In order to do this I collaged views of the UI Student Recreation Center to create a two-dimensional composite representative of the whole. With an understanding of two-point perspective, a threedimensional representation of the building can be extracted from the 2D collage. The resulting maquette then presents the building in a way that showcases not only the building but also the primary users and their essence. Education University of Idaho Master of Architecture [Moscow, Idaho] 2002, 2005 - 2011 Thesis: Bellevue Meta-Burb Advisor: Bruce Haglund Bachelor of Science in Architecture [Cum Laude] Spanish Minor Awards + Honors [selected] College of Art + Architecture 2009 Undergraduate Juried Art Exhibition [Artwork Submission] Two photographs selected for exhibition One photograph selected for further display in University Provostâ€™s office suite [one of ten] 38th Annual ICMA Design Competition [Finalist] Project: MFD Station #4 Idaho Concrete Masonry Association 2008 2007 2007 University of Idaho 12th Annual Student Employee of the Year [Nominee] University of Idaho Library Student Employee of the Year Award + $100 Scholarship Computer + Other Skills AutoCAD Rhinoceros Microsoft Office Digital Photography Revit Sketchup Adobe Creative Suite Fluent in written & spoken Spanish Employment [selected] Independent Design + Construction Design + Build Music Studio [Pullman, Washington] May 2011 - Current Develop design to remodel century-old carriage house Documentation for permits, cost & materials estimation, maintain project budget Improve foundation, acoustical isolation and insulation Miscellaneous Construction and Carpentry University of Idaho Projects Coordinator Oversee student-led grant program Sustainability Center June 2010 - May 2011 Coordinate grant RFP, review and award process Maintain project budgets and ensure timely completion Work with UISC staff to issue press releases and update UISC website materials University of Idaho Department of Teaching Assistant Arch 151 Intro. to the Built Environment [F. Jacobus] Architecture + Interior Design August 2009 - May 2011 Arch 254 Arch. Design II, 2nd Year Studio [R. Teal] Arch 266 Materials & Methods of Const. [D. Armpriest] Assist patrons with library services and information Supervise level I and II workers Roofing [asphalt shingles, metal, single-ply membranes], light demolition and tear-off University of Idaho Library Circulation Desk Worker + Supervisor [Levels I - III] January 2006 - May 2011 RMR Construction, LLC Rooferâ€™s Apprentice [Laborer] [Moscow, Idaho] Summer 2009 [Moscow, Idaho] Summer 2007 Ken Hall Construction Carpenterâ€™s Apprentice [Laborer] Top Home Builders, Inc. Framing Carpenter [Laborer] Trim and finish carpentry, siding installation, framing [Rexburg, Idaho] January 2003 - April 2003; Summer 2005 Framing, site cleanup and various construction duties Brian Henry 355 NE Olsen St #203 Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 339-3248 firstname.lastname@example.org http://about.me/henrybriank ÂŠ Copyright 2012, Brian Henry All Rights Reserved.