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ALLISON ENNIS design por tfolio


EMAIL: PHONE: ADDRESS:

ayekayeee13@gmail.com 432.638.9060 2009 Brentwood Midland, Texas 79707


PROJECTS DOWNTOWN YMCA integrated studio-fall 2012 PUYANG EYE HOSPITAL healthcare design studio-fall 2011 FILM SCHOOL study abroad (italy)-spring 2012 LEACHING ECO-HOUSING spring 2011 ZIPLOC INSTALLATION spring 2011 DRAWINGS/WATERCOLORS


DOWNTOWN YMCA Located in downtown Bryan, Texas this new age YMCA is meant to enthral the local community by encouraging physical activity, as well as a sense of community outreach. The ambition of a YMCA is to create a welcome environment for all ages, and allow for the unification of a community under one goal, wellness. This specific YMCA reacts to the urban fabric of the pre-existing buildings in the downtown area with the gentle slant of the front facade. This project is inspired by the sleek and modern design of recent Japanese architecture. To allow for the maximization of natural lighting, the glazing is in excess and wrapped with a metal “mesh� fabric to help with the solar load. The building has two axes that allow any customer to see from one point of the building to the other and on to the outside surroundings, giving the impression of nature becoming a part of the interior space.


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SYSTEMS AND STRUCTURES In addition to the initial design phase of the YMCA project, this specific studio focused on integrating mechanical and structural systems into the design process. Structural studies included physical structural “bones� models, drawing construction details, structural grids, and calculating select beam and column loads. Systems studies included chiller/boiler sizing, building load calculations, transporations requirements, egress, ADA requirements, and other various HVAC approximations. Metal Cap Ground Ballast

Rigid Insulation Fire Blocking

"Altus Group" Carbon Fiber Grid Reinforced Insulated Precast Concrete Panel

14" W-Section

3rd FFL +32'-0"

Fire Blocking

Drip

3' Metal Decking

2nd FFL +16'-0" "GKD" Metal Mesh Fabric

Glazing 3 4"

Bolt

Caulking Mullion

Finish Ground 0'-0"

Mounted Tension Spring Spring Mount Connected to Storm Drain

Liquid Applied Damp Proof Membrane Protective PVC Grid with Landscape Fabric 1 2"

Grout

4" x 4" x 14 " Tile Gravel Drain

Lower Pool Level FFL -16'-0"

Masonite Formwork Collapsible Carton 6 mm poly vapor barrier

Pier Beyond


PUYANG EYE HOSPITAL Located in Puyang, China this Eye Hospital is relieving the heavily populated general hospital. This particular project is a 25,000 square meter building sitting on a 36,000 square meter site. The building is to be built in two separate phases and contains both outpatient and inpatient facilites. More specific to the required program there are over 200 recovery beds, exam and treatment rooms, a pharmacy, Lasik surgery center, emergency department, plastic surgery center, administrative space, community services, and a fully equipped research center. The building itself is gentle semi-circle to welcome and draw the patients as well as the local community into the facility and grounds of the site. The design process also required the need for large scale landscape planning. Project in collaboration with Katelyn Nunn Also collaborated with HKS Inc. (Dallas, Texas), IPPR (Beijing, China), Miles Associates (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma), Southeast University (Nanjing, China) and the University of Okalahoma (Norman, Oklahoma)


first floor

second floor

third floor


Key Patient Rooms & Nurse Stations Corridors Stairs & Elevators Pharmacy, Loading Dock, Mechanical Space etc. Outpatient Clinics Surgery & Emergency Family Waiting, Administration, Records etc.

fourth floor

fifth floor

Level 6

sixth floor


FILM SCHOOL Located in Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy this project was an occupational high school for film production. This specific proposal considers the importance of both public and private spaces of the film school, as well as gives a space for the community to gather. The film school is to be located at the base of a medieval wall that surrounds the historic town of Castiglion. Today, the site houses a soccer field and tennis court, both of which are frequently used by the children and community at the top of the hill. In an attempt to preserve as much public gathering space as possible, this proposal for the film school creates many walkable areas on the green roofs of the actual building. The program for the school includes an auditorium, classrooms, sound and editing booths, a gallery space, and faculity offices. The appeal of this design is the addition of another occupational school in the area that preserves the intigrity of use to the site. Project in collaboration with Katelyn Nunn


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LEACHING ECO-BILLBOARD This housing project is a unique approach to a sustainable lifestyle. The Eco-Billboard allows for a self-sustained home to be located between two overpasses on an interstate. The idea of leaching comes from the house and its inhabitants using every resource the environment, of a busy interstate, can provide. With the addition of wind energy from passing cars, solar energy, water collection, and even litter usage this house can ideally continue functioning without spending a single penny. The walls are suited for a vertical garden to grow, thus providing the inhabitant with food as well as an area where advertisments can be sold for profit. This innovative design seems almost apocalyptic, and would provide any family with the basic survival needs of any environment.


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ZIPLOC INSTALLATION This project called for design and construction of a module-based installation. In addition to using regular household items, this project included the challenge of creating a wordless diagram for the assembly of the module. Experimenting with various materials and methods of connection and construction, the designs were finalized and hung from the ceiling at one specific point. The modules provided an experience unique to the chosen material, in this case a Ziploc bag. The installation was displayed beside the work of other peers in a “gallery-like” walk through, within the design studio.

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Allison Ennis_Portfolio  

Environmental Design Portfolio, Texas A&M University 2013

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