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2020

BAYERLE


RYAN M. BAYERLE

Experience University of Kansas August 2019 - December 2019 Building Technology Teaching Assistant

Lead exam reviews for students and organized course assignments and exams.

Tommy Hein Architects (Telluride, Colorado) July 2019 - October 2019 Architectural Intern

Detailed modeling work and rendering of interior and exterior spaces of residential homes in Telluride, Colorado, and Santa Barbra, California.

Village of Arlington Heights, Illinois

June 2018 - August 2018

Planning & Community Development Intern Developed designs for gateway and way-finding signage along with site plan schemes for future development of commercial and residential projects.

Arlington Heights Park District

June 2014 - January 2019

Aquatic Manager & Lifeguard

Lead staff in training and encouraged clear and collaborative communication between staff members along with respectful attitudes towards patrons in the community.

Carlson Architecture (Palatine, Illinois)

May 2014 - August 2014

Architectural Intern

Experienced on-sight construction of firm’s projects and created detailed drawings as components for future projects.

Education The University of Kansas Lawrence, KS

Master of Architecture Minor in Business

2016 - 2021

John Hersey High School Arlington Hts., IL

2012 - 2016

Program Skills Revit SketchUp Photoshop Illustrator InDesign Microsoft Office

AutoCAD Lumion Bluebeam iMovie

Traits

Honors & Activities KU School of Architecture Honor Roll 2016 - 2019 Kansas City Luminare Design Competition 2018 Architecture & Design Student Award Nominee

2017

American Institute of Architectural Students

2016 - 2019

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars 2016 - 2019 KU Men’s Club Volleyball

(224) 374-3695 rmbayerle@gmail.com

2016 - 2017

President’s Education Award

2016

Confident Excellent Communication Skills Observant Leader Self Motivated Analytical

Citizenship United States of America Republic of Ireland (European Union)

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INTRODUCTION & NAVIGATION This portfolio is a collaboration of work that I have done while enrolled at the University of Kansas, along with personal projects that I have taken up in my free time. Many of my projects come with a link to my YouTube channel, Bayerle Architecture. Here you can watch videos that correspond to each project and go through my design process to help you better understand how I came about creating my work. I hope you enjoy viewing my work as much as I enjoyed creating it. Sincerely,

Ryan M. Bayerle


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CONFLICT

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THINKING INSIDE THE BOX

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1708

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MODERN MID-CENTURY

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EVOLUTION

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DREAMBAR

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80 PROOF DISTILLERY CROSSROADS | KANSAS CITY, MO

80 Proof Distillery is inspired by the spirit Gin. A concise program was crucial to the layout of this building due to the complexity of the distillation process. This 35,000 sqft. building is designed to house the production of spirits, the storage and aging of spirits, bottling, a retail bar, and event spaces.

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GRAIN GRINDING

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LAB STILLS & FERMENTER

LOADING ALLEY

MASH TUN RETAIL BAR

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SPENT GRAIN ELEC.

32’

ENTRY & DISPLAY

TRASH & TRANSFORMER

16’ 0’

First Floor & Site 1:32

OAK STREET

128’


LOADING

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GRAIN STORAGE

MECH. BOTTLING

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BARREL STORAGE

TOUR STAGING

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OFFICES

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2nd Floor

ELEC.

Basement

TASTING ROOM

CONF.

160’

PACKAGE UNIT

KITCHEN

LARGE EVENT ELEC. & STORAGE

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4th Floor

OUTDOOR EVENT

1:40

SMALL EVENT

80’

3rd Floor

CATER

WATER COLLECT.

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Ventilation Fan Gravel Bed Flashing Insulation Gluelam Beam CLT Panel Sprinkler System

CLT Panel Vapor Barrier Insulation Moisture Barrier Corrugated Metal Paneling

Window Flashing Aluminum Window

Bioswale Storm Drain Fastening Plate One-Way Concrete Slab Shoring Drainage Mat Concrete Foundation Concrete Slab Rebar Drain


GLUELAM BEAMS

CORRUGATED METAL

CROSS LAMINATED PANELS

NATURAL VENTILATION

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

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CONFLICT BLACK JACK MUSEUM

BLACK JACK BATTLEFIELD | BALDWIN CITY, KS

This museum is located on the site where the Battle of Black Jack occurred on June 2, 1856. This battle was one of many that contributed to the start of the Civil War. To recognize the significance of the battle, I designed a museum that represents the conflict between the Union and Confederate States while respecting the nature of the site and its features.

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Site Map

1 Museum 2 Courtyard 3 Path to Nature Trails 4 Prairie Restoration 5 Path to Battlefield 6 Circle Drive & Bus Stop 7 E 200 Road

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GALLERY

COURTYARD CONFERENCE

OFFICE OFFICE LOBBY + INFORMATION

< TO TRAILS

TO PARKING >

STORAGE + MECH.

1/16” = 1’ 0”

MULTIPURPOSE

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GALLERY

4’

8’

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N/S SECTION

E/W SECTION

NORTH ELEVATION


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Gravel Bed Ashphalt Roof Structure Rigid Insulation Toung & Groove Wood Ceiling Window Column & Beam Wood Bracket Wall Rigid Insulation Vapor Barrier 10” Concrete Wall & Foundation

Damproofing

8” Foundation Insulation Vapor Barrier Gravel Cushion

Gravel Drain Tile

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THINKING INSIDE THE BOX PUBLIC LIBRARY OLATHE PUBLIC LIBRARY | OLATHE, KS

This 70,000 sqft. library follows the nine-square design principal. The library is in the heart of downtown Olathe, Kansas and is designed to be a welcoming symbol to the residents of Olathe.

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LOADING DOCK

LIBRARY

ENTRY

BOOK DROP

PARKING & PUBLIC EVENT SPACE

Site Plan 1:60

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60’

120’


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Ground Floor

1:30

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READING ROOM

CHILDREN

60’

CHECKOUT + SERVICE DESK

30’

SUPPORT

15’

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CAFE

ENTRY

PATIO

BOOK PICK-UP + DROP OFF


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REFERENCE DESK

YOUNG ADULT

COMPUTERS

Second Floor

ADMINISTRATION

EXHIBITION EXHIBITION

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30’

60’

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Basement

1:30

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STACKS

FACILITY LOADING DOCK

BOOKMOBILE PARKING 60’

30’ 15’

MEETING ROOMS

PRE-FUNCTION

CATERING INTAKE OFFICES

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Longitudinal Section

East Elevation

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1708 HOME BAR 1708 HOUSE | LAWRENCE, KS

This is a bar and booth that my roommate and I designed and built in our college house in Lawrence, Kansas. We wanted a place to comfortably entertain our friends while taking advantage of an unused space in our basement. It allowed us to develop construction experience and real life design strategies.

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PLAN

Scale 1/4” = 1’ 0” 0’

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4’

8’

ELEVATION

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MODERN MID-CENTURY 1950s REDUX HICKORY AVE. | ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL

This is a residential remodel of a suburban ranch that was built in 1958. The idea was to modernize the home in a way that respected the mid-century styles of its era while keeping the home modest in size. Preserving as much of the original structure while adding fresh and sustainable materials was a priority during the design process.

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EXISTING HOME


PRECEDENT PRECEDENT

Revitalizing the traditional suburban home is not only a sustainable way to use what we already have, it also maintains the style and intentions of the designers and planners who first created the suburban lifestyle throughout the 50s, 60s, & 70s. The idea of an efficient and modest lifestyle needs to be brought back to suburban culture in order for future generations to reap the benefits of suburban life and to maximize the use of our existing resources.

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EXISTING PLAN

KITCHEN LIVING / DINING BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM BATH


LIVING / DINING

BEDROOM

NEW PLANS

BEDROOM

First Floor

KITCHEN

1/32” = 1’-0”

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64’

32’ 16’

BALCONY

WIC

Second Floor

MASTER SUITE

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SOUTH ELEVATION

LONGITUDINAL SECTION


EAST ELEVATION

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EVOLUTION MEDITATION SPACE MASSACHUSETTS ST. | LAWRENCE, KS

This meditation space was an exercise of self-inspiration. First, I created a graphic that represented some of my personal memories. Next, I made a 2-D diagram of the graphic, created a 3-D diagram, and then developed a structure that would be used as a nondenominational meditation space.

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2-D DIAGRAM

3-D DIAGRAM


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DREAMBAR LIGHT

KCMO LUMINAIRE DESIGN COMPETITION

This is a lamp that I designed and built based off of the idea of framing a vision with your hands. It is meant to give off very soft light to allow someone to transition into the evening before bedtime. The lamp also has an adjustable light feature to create different lighting effects.

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26”

7 3/4”

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SECTIO

LIGHT ADJUSTER

SECTION

LED TURNED LEFT

LED TURNED UP

LED TURNED DOWN

LED TURNED RIGHT

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PROFESSIONAL WORK TOMMY HEIN ARCHITECTS: TELLURIDE, COLORADO

This is work that I did at my internship with Tommy Hein Architects in Telluride, Colorado in the summer of 2019. Most of the work that I performed was detail modeling and rendering of interior and exterior spaces of residential homes in Telluride and Santa Barbra, California

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Ryan M. Bayerle rmbayerle@gmail.com (224) 374-3695 rmbayerle. wixsite.com/rmbayerle

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