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PORTFOLIO Bobby Brown


BRB

BOBBY RUSSELL BROWN 8204 Geneva Lubbock, Tx, 79423 (214) 980-9018 bobby.brown@ttu.edu

CAREER OBJECTIVE

Earn a professional degree in Master of Architecture and obtain a career as a Licensed Architect

EDUCATION

Undergraduate: Aug. 2014 - Dec. 2017

Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas Bachelor of Architecture - Cum Laude 3.5 GPA

Graduate: Jan. 2018 - Present

Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas Professional Master of Architecture degree

Fall 2014 - Present

Urban Studio VII in Seoul, South Korea. Studio I, II, III, IV, V, VI. History of Architecture I, II, III. Digital Media I, II. Construction I, II, III. Building Information Technologies I.

Aug. 2017 - Present

Research Assistant to Mari Michael Glassell Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Tx

RELATED COURSEWORK WORK EXPERIENCE 0.5 YEARS

2 YEARS

2.5 YEARS

(Spring and Fall Semesters)

Jan. 2016 - Present

(Spring and Fall Semesters)

June 2015 - Present

(Summer and Winter break)

Assist Professor Glassell in preparing for the courses she teaches as well as her professional studies.

College of Architecture Wood Shop Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Tx

Operate machinery and tools, clean equipment and work space, teach safe practices

Septics Plus Rockett, Tx

Plumbing and electrical work involved in installing septic tanks underground

ORGANIZATIONS

Tau Sigma Delta Phi Kappa Phi National Society of Collegiate Scholars Sigma Alpha Lambda Golden Key International Honour Society Navigators Bible Study Intermural Soccer and Football

HONORS

2015 First Year Design Excellence Award - TTU College of Architecture Deans List - Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2016, Fall 2017 Studio work presented in 2017 Seoul Biennale

SKILLS

3 years experience in software programs AutoCad, Rhinocerous 5, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator One semester in Revit


BOBBY BROWN FIRST - FOURTH YEAR DESIGN PORTFOLIO FALL 2014 - FALL 2017

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STUDIO II

SPRING 2015

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STUDIO III FALL 2015

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BOBBY BROWN | ARCH 2501 | GLASSELL | FALL 2015

STUDIO V FALL 2016

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CONSTRUCTION II FALL 2016

Viewing Halls (Transition)

017

Sleeping Pods (Active)

BIT FALL 2017

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STUDIO VI SPRING 2017

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STUDIO VII SUMMER 2017

Shower Spaces (Active)

Congregation Space

Toilet Space (Static)

Sink Area (Active)


STUDIO II

- 1/4” MDF BOARD WAS USED TO CONSTRUCT AN AGGREGATION FOR STUDIO II, FOCUSED ON SPACE AND CONNECTION OF MATERIAL. PRIMARY, SECONDARY, AND TERTIARY SPACES WERE A RESULT OF THE ARTICULATION OF DESIGNED AGGREGATED NOTCH JOINTS. CUT AND ASSEMBLED BY HAND.

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SPRING 2015


STUDIO III

SHOWER SPACE ACTIVE

TOILET SPACE

SHOWER SPACE

- 0’ 6”

ACTIVE

STATIC

TOILET SPACE

PERSONAL SINK

SHOWER SPACE

- 0’ 6”

ACTIVE

STATIC

- 0’ 6”

TOILET SPACE

PERSONAL SINK

(ADA REGULATION) STATIC

MUD/SUPPLY ROOM

- 0’ 6”

- 0’ 6”

PERSONAL SINK

ACTIVE

- 1’ 0”

LAUNDRY ROOM 1:12 ACTIVE

KITCHEN

- 1’ 0”

ACTIVE

1:12

- 0’ 6”

PERSONAL LIVING ROOM ACTIVE

- 1’ 2”

PERSONAL LIVING ROOM ACTIVE

PERSONAL LIVING ROOM ACTIVE

SLEEPING POD STATIC

SLEEPING POD STATIC

PERSONAL OUTDOOR PATIO

SLEEPING POD

1:12

STATIC

PERSONAL OUTDOOR PATIO PERSONAL OUTDOOR PATIO

0’ 0”

0’ 0”

0’ 0”

0’ 0” - 1’ 7”

0’ 0”

- 4’ 0”

- 6’ 0”

- 4’ 0”

0’ 0”

- (ABOVE) BUILDING PLAN OF COMPLETE CORE STATION. INCLUDES MEAN WIND DIRECTION & ELEVATION VARIANCES.

0’ 0”

- 2’ 0”

0’ 0” - 4’ 0”

- 6’ 0”

- (BELOW) CORE STATION ELEVATION AND SECTION. INCLUDES LABLING OF SECTORS AND SCALE FIGURES.

- (RIGHT) EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC OF CORE STATION. INCLUDES GROUND CONDITION, WIND DIRECTIONS, & MODULE OF LAYOUT.

EMPLOYEE RESIDING

LARGE GLASS PANEL WITH SLIDDING PANEL ON THE LEFT SIDE, ALLOWING FOR ACCESS TO OUTDOOR PATIO. GLASS PANEL IN THE KITCHEN ALLOWS NATURAL LIGHT TO ENTER AND SCENIC OPTION WHILE CONGREGATING IN KITCHEN.

UTILITY STATION

(PERSONAL SLEEPING POD, BATHROOM, RELAXING AREA)

(MUD ROOM, LAUNDRY ROOM, KITCHEN) GLASS SLIDING DOOR. ALLOWS VIEW OF TURBINE FIELDS AND NATURAL LIGHT SOURCE.

EXTENDED ROOF CONDITION

EXTERIOR FINISH IS CORTEN STEEL SHELL, WITH HORIZTONATLY STACKED OAK PLANKS. THE EXTERIOR STEEL ALLOWS FOR LITTLE MAINTENANCE TO THE STRUCTURES.

MUD ROOM

LAUNDRY ROOM

KITCHEN

3’ RISE

CONCRETE FOOTING

WOODEN STILT

ADA RAMP

-1’ ELEVATION CHANGE

-1’ ELEVATION CHANGE

+14.5’ +13’

+8’

+4.5’ +2.5’

0’ -1’ -2’


FALL 2015

ROOFS THE ROOF CONDITIONS AT THIS SITE DEMOSTRATE TRANSITIONAL SPACE AS THEY GUIDE OCCUPIERS FROM ONE SPACE TO ANOTHER, AS WELL AS ONE FACILITY TO THE NEXT. THE HEIGHT OF THE ROOF ALSO GIVES MEANING TO EACH SPACE, BEING STATIC, ACTIVE, OR TRANSITIONAL. WHEN ROOF CONDITIONS EXTEND OUT FROM THE STRCTURE GUIDES THE CONTINUATION OF SPACE, EITHER PHYSICALLY OR VISUALLY.

RESIDENCY FACILITY HERE THE WORKERS, 3 ON SITE AT A TIME, USE THEIR PERSONAL RESTROOMS, SHOWER ROOMS, SINKS, AND SLEEPING PODS. THE SLEEPING PODS AND RESTROOMS CONTAIN LOWER, 8 FOOT CIELINGS TO EXAGERATE THE STATIC SPACE FORMED.

KITCHEN THE KITCHEN IS A 13 FOOT TALL SPACE CONTAINING COOKING SUPPLIES AND UTENSILS, AS WELL AS FOOD STORAGE AND A WATER SOURCE. A CENTRAL TABLE IS LOCATED IN THIS SPACE FOR CONGREGATION AS EMPLOYEES PREPARE AND EAT THEIR MEALS.

DECK THE DECK IS BUILT OUT OF DIMENSIONAL LUMBER, ONN 4X4 WOODEN STILTS WITH CONCRETE FOOTINGS. THE STILTS ARE TWO AND A HALF FEET TALL, AND A SIT A FOOT AND A HALF INTO THE EARTH.

A

WIND THE WIND ON MY SITE HAS FORMED, AND IS NOW GUIDED, BY CHANNELS. THESE NATURAL CURVES IN THE EARTH ARE FROM THE PRECISENESS AND CONSISTANCY OF THE WIND DIRECTION.

B A

B

A

GROUND THE GROUND IS GRADED AND PRE-FORMED TO THE INSET OF THE WALLS AND ELEVATION CHANGES OF THE CORE STATION. THIS PARTICULAR SECTION IS ONE FOOT BELOW GROUND LEVEL AND DROPPED DOWN ONE MORE FOOT WHEN ENTERING THE KITCHEN SPACE.


STUDIO III

- (ABOVE) LIGHT STUDY PERSPECTIVE VIEWS OF DIGITALLY MODELED CORE STATION.

- (BELOW & RIGHT) VIEWS OF COMPLETED CORE STATION MODEL. CONSTRUCTED OF MUSEUM BOARD, LASER CUT CARD BOARD, WOODEN DOWELS, & PLEXI GLASS.


FALL 2015

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CINEMATIC SPACE DENVER, CO

1801 MARKET STREET +1899 MARKET STREET

CIRCULATION:

Designed path chosen to deliver someone or somethingto a specific destination with the intention of a particular experience.

Bobby Brown | Park | Fall 2016

RELATIVE TRAFFIC INTENSITY

8PM 4PM

23%

I - 25

12PM

Y) HWA (HIG

8AM

I - 25 50% 27%

S M T W T F S 8PM 9%

4PM

20th

20TH

12PM

STREE T

8AM

48%

43%

S M T W T F S 8PM 13%

4PM

REET KET ST

8AM

7

Market

MAR

12PM

[Movement within or around a system]

S M T W T F S

48%

39%

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Scaled to enhance the system and relationship of circulation directly involved and surrounding the site, formed as the corner condition of 18th and Market Street. Located in the heart of LODO, bus stops, bike lanes, street direction, and traffic light placemenet related to the site each produce their own effect on the circulation and navigation of this district. Each of these elements are dependent upon each other in regards to its own placement and orientation.

Bus Stops

(Directing lines indication common axis)

Bike Lanes

Dedicated Lanes Bycicle - Friendly Roads

Intersection Placement and Location

Street Direction

(BLAKE St. - Transition into one way streets)

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STUDIO V

- PROGRAM: INDOOR/OUTDOOR CINEMATIC EXPERIENCE

- (BELOW) DIAGRAMS OVER PHOTOS OF MODEL EXPLORING SPATIAL CONSEQUENCE THROUGH AGGREGATION OF PATTERN FROM STUDIES OF ORIGAMI AND KIRIGAMI.

01_

OVERLAPPING AGGREGATION OF THE SAME PATTERN AT VARYING RATIOS FORMS DIRECTIONAL HIERARCHY.

03_

OUTWARD FANNING OF THE FIELDS RESULTS IN A PROJECTING SPACE.

BOBBY BROWN | PARK | FALL 2016

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BOBBY BROWN | PARK | FALL 2016

ELONGATED AND VARYING MEMBERS COMBINE OR DIVIDE “PHENOMENAL SPACES” THAT ARE RESULTS OF STRATIFIED ELEMENTS. BOBBY BROWN | PARK | FALL 2016


FALL 2016 STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS

OVERVIEW

PRIMARY

SECONDARY

(I-BEAMS FORMING A SHELL-LIKE STRUCTURE BENEATH ROOF)

(STEEL H-CLOLUMNS SUPPORT ROOF ELEMENTS WHERE EXTRA SUPPORT IS NEEDED)

TERTIARY (STRUCTURAL CONCRETE WALLS ARE THE TERTIARY SUPPORTS FOR THE ACCESSIBLE ROOF)

- (ABOVE) STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS SEQUENCE HIGHLIGHTING PRIMARY, SECONDARY, AND TERTIARY COMPOSITION.

- (ABOVE) SITE AND BUILDING SECTION OF INDOOR/OUTDOOR CINEMA, LOCATED IN DENVER, COLORADO.

- (BELOW) PLAN OF CINEMA, SHOWING INDOOR AND OUTDOOR THEATERS, CORE, KITCHEN, AND FOYER AREA. + 24’ 3” CONCESSION

KITCHEN

+ 14’ 5”

4

INDOOR THEATRE ENTRANCE (2)

+ 4’ 10”

OUTDOOR THEATRE

DOWN CINEMA CONTROL

-8’ 10”

ROOM

ELEVATOR SHAFT

CENTRAL STAIR

STORAGE

INDOOR THEATRE

2

1

TICKET BOOTH, BATH ROOMS, CONCESSION, AND EATING AREAS ARE LOCATED IN THIS FOYER SPACE.

2

INDOOR THEATER HOSTS 320 AUDIENCE MEMBERS AT A TIME, INCLUDING SEATING WITH TABLES FOR MEALS SERVED BY THE KITCHEN.

3

OUTDOOR THEATER DOES NOT CONTAIN INSTALLED SEATS, RATHER NATURAL SEATING SURFACES CREATED BY THE ASSEMBLY OF CONCRETE SURFACES.

4

KITCHEN, WHICH PREPARES FULL COURSE MEALS, IS LOCATED NEAR THE ENTRANCE #2 TO THE INDOOR THEATER, ALSO THE MOST USED ENTRANCE.

+ 8’ 1” UP

3

CASE

BABY CHANGING STATION

MEN’S

TICKET BOOTH

STORAGE BABY CHANGING STATION

3’ PARTITION WALL/COUNTER

WOMEN’S

+ 9’ 0”

LOBBY\FOYER 1

+ 7’ 10”

INDOOR THEATRE ENTRANCE (1)

Roof Site Plan

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Scale: 1/16” = 1’ 4’

- 6’ 6”

+ 0’ 0”

4’

8’

16’

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STUDIO V

TH 19

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AR

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T

ST .

BL A

KE

ST .

. ST

TH

18 . ST Roof Site Plan Scale: 1/16” = 1’ 4’

4’

8’

16’

Bobby Brown | Kuhn Park | Fall 2016

- (ABOVE) SITE AND ROOF PLAN, DIAGRAMING ACCESSIBLE ROOF CIRCULATION AND SITE CONTEXT.

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FALL 2016

- (ABOVE) RENDERED PERSPECTIVE FROM THE NORTH EAST OF THE SITE, THE PRIMARY PEDESTRIAN ENTRANCE.

- (BELOW) FINAL MODEL OF CINEMA. 2-PLY MUSEUM BOARD, PIANO WIRE.

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STUDIO V


FALL 2016

MADRID BARAJAS AIRPORT ROGERS STIRK + HARBOUR / MADRID / SPAIN / COMPLETED 2005

COLUMN GRID PLAN

NORTH/SOUTH ELEVATION

Rogers, Stirk, + Harbour

EAST/WEST ELEVATION

74m

Rogers, Stirk, + Harbour

Rogers, Stirk, + Harbour

45m

37m 1.75m .75m 1.5m

9m

7.5m

1.75m 7.5m

9m

9m

9m

9m

.75m

9m

.75m

9.5m

1.5m

7.5m

4.5m

9m

9m 4.5m

9m 4.5m

9m

7.5m

.75m

9m

9m

9m

1.25m

57°

43°

57°

43°

68°

1m 4.75m 1.25m

68°

2.5m

3m

B

12m

33.5m

3.75m

18m

2.5m 3.75m 2.25m

7m

A

8m

18m

7.5m 3m

C

2

1

3 4 5

6

7

EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC

CROSS BEAMS (TERTIARY) The curved cross beams also work in tension, helping to hold the primary girders together and keep them aligned throughout the structure.

PRIMARY GIRDERS (SECONDARY) The primary girders handle massive amounts of tension, transfering it to the masts in compression. The variation in the depth of the girder at different points along the curve give it more strength in tension where it is needed.

FLANKING MASTS (TERTIARY)

- (LEFT & ABOVE) VIEWS OF MODELED CINEMA. DETAILED PERSPECTIVE FROM THE OUTDOOR THEATER AND ARIAL FROM THE EAST.

The flanking masts work both in tension and compression, as they help transfer vertical loads, but less than those of the central masts.

CENTRAL SPLIT MASTS & PILLARS (PRIMARY)

A

The central split masts work along side the concrete pillars to bear the main compressive loads of the structure and transfer them downwards throughout as they give the structure vertical support

1 B

1

2

3

4

C

5

6

7

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MADRID BARAJAS AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION II

ROGERS STIRK + HARBOUR / MADRID / SPAIN / COMPLETED 2005

COLUMN GRID PLAN

NORTH/SOUTH ELEVATION

Rogers, Stirk, + Harbour

1.75m .75m 1.5m

9m

Rogers, Stirk, + Harbour

45m

37m

1.75m

7.5m

7.5m

9m

9m

7.5m

9m

9m

.75m

9m

.75m

9.5m

1.5m

7.5m

4.5m

9m

9m 4.5m

9m 4.5m

9m .75m

9m

9m

9m

EAST/WEST ELEVATION

74m

Rogers, Stirk, + Harbour

1.25m

57°

43°

57°

43°

68°

1m 4.75m 1.25m

68°

2.5m

3m

B

12m

33.5m

3.75m

18m

2.5m 3.75m 2.25m

7m

A

8m

18m

7.5m 3m

C

2

1

3 4 5

6

7

EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC

CROSS BEAMS (TERTIARY) The curved cross beams also work in tension, helping to hold the primary girders together and keep them aligned throughout the structure.

PRIMARY GIRDERS (SECONDARY) The primary girders handle massive amounts of tension, transfering it to the masts in compression. The variation in the depth of the girder at different points along the curve give it more strength in tension where it is needed.

FLANKING MASTS (TERTIARY) The flanking masts work both in tension and compression, as they help transfer vertical loads, but less than those of the central masts.

CENTRAL SPLIT MASTS & PILLARS (PRIMARY)

A

The central split masts work along side the concrete pillars to bear the main compressive loads of the structure and transfer them downwards throughout as they give the structure vertical support

1 B

1

2

3

4

C

5

6

7 1m

4m 2m

16m 8m

GRAPHIC ORGANIZATION PRIMARY STRUCTURE SECONDARY STRUCTURE TERTIARY STRUCTURE OTHER ELEMENTS

ASSEMBLED MAIN STRUCTURE

STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS IN TENSION

STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS IN COMPRESSION

- (ABOVE) TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION AND DIAGRAMMING OF THE MADRID BARAJAS AIRPORT. ANALYZING STRUCTURE AND PRIMARY CONNECTIONS.

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1m

4m

16m

2m

8m

GRAPHIC ORGANIZATION PRIMARY STRUCTURE SECONDARY STRUCTURE TERTIARY STRUCTURE

FALL 2016

OTHER ELEMENTS

ASSEMBLED MAIN STRUCTURE

STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS IN TENSION

STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS IN COMPRESSION

DEMONSTRATED LOADS

FLANKING MASTS ORDER

CENTRAL SPLIT MAST ASSEMBLY

ROOF - MAST CONNECTION

GIRDERS

JOISTS CENTRAL SPLIT MAST

LONGITUDINAL BEAM

LEVEL 2

GLAZING FRAME

FLANKING MAST

LOADS

LEVEL 1 CONCRETE SLAB

COMPRESSION

TENSION

GROUND FLOOR

CONCRETE PILLARS

LATERAL

NORTH/SOUTH ELEVATION

END-BAY SECTION

ENLARGED JOINT DETAIL

Rogers, Stirk, + Harbour

Plans and details for contemporary architects: Building with color. (2011). New York: Thames & Hudson.

BOLTED CONNECTION TO GIRDER (Fixed)

LONGITUDINAL BEAM

MAIN GIRDER FLANGE JOISTS

FORKED STEEL BRACKET

GIRDERS

PINNED CONNECTION

38MM PINNED CONNECTION TO TRACTION ROD STAINLESS STEEL SHEET STOP PINNED CONNECTION GLAZING FRAME

FORGED AND POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL UPPER FORK (FIXED)

FLANKING MAST

STAINLESS STEEL U-PROFILE

13.5m

BRISE SOLEIL 15.5m

PINNED CONNECTION

68° 38MM STAINLESS STEEL TRACTION ROD

28°

34°

5.5m

DOUBLE GLAZING

CONCRETE SLAB

SILICONE SEAL

3.5m

PINNED CONNECTION

STAINLESS STEEL UPPER DOUBLE CONNECTING ROD W/ PINNED CONNECTION (PINNED)

8m

ANODIZED ALUMINUM SHEET EPDM COUPLING

CONCRETE PILLAR

76MM DIAMETER STEEL TUBING W/ WELDED CONNECTING PLATE

1m 9m

8m

7m

4m 2m

FORGED AND POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL LOWER FORD (FIXED)

ANODIZED ALUMINUM PROFILE

POLYURETHANE FOAM FILL

SCALE: 1” = 1’ 1’

16m

1’

8m

CHAS GOLD + BOBBY BROWN / 502 & 501 NICOLE LIDE / TEACHING ASSISTAN ARCH 3350 - ARCH 3501 / FALL 2016 RAFAEL B DURAN / ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

- (ABOVE) VIEWS OF THE FINAL MODEL OF THE MADRID AIRPORT, SHOWING THREE BAYS OF TERMINAL T4.

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BUILDING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

Metal Cap Flashing

Cap Sheet Base Flashing Dark Oak Hardwood Flooring

Cant

1/2" Gypsum Board Finish

Lightweight Concrete Topping

1' Parapet Ceiling Extension

Sill Plate

2" Metal Roof Decking Batt Insulation 1/2" Plywood Sheathing 1/4" Air Barrier

2x10 Rim Joist

L - Angle Bolt Connection

1 5/8" White Stone Finish Double Top Plate

Gypsum Ceiling Board

2x6 Wood Stud

1/2" Plywood Sheathing Batt Insulation

- CONSTRUCTION DETAIL DRAWING VIA REVIT.

1/4" Air Barrier

1/2" Gypsum Board Finish

3 1/2" White Stone Finish

3 Section 1 - Parapet 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

6 Level 1 - Exterior Corner Trim 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Glazing Spacer

Interior Glazing Panel Thermal Air Gap 3 1/2" White Stone Finish

Outer Glazing Panel

1/4" Air Barrier

1/2" Plywood Sheathing Batt Insulation

2x6 Sill Plate

Opperable Handle

1/2" Gypsum Board Finish 2x10 Wood Beam

King Stud

L-Angle Bolt Connection

Jack Stud

2x10 Rim Joist

Aluminum Frame Glazing Spacer Inner Glazing Panel Thermal Air Gap

Aluminum Frame Window Sill 2x4 Framing "Ring"

Outer Glazing Panel

Sealant & Backer Rod

1/2" Gypsum Board Finish Batt Insulation

1/2" Plywood Sheathing Batt Insulation 1/2" Gypsum Board Finish

Level 1 - Window Jam Trim 8 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

2x6 Double Top Plate

Drip Edge

Section 1 - Window Callout 2 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

1/2" Plywood Sheathing

1/4" Air Barrier

1/4" Air Barrier

3 1/2" White Stone Finish

3 1/2" White Stone Finish

Section 1 - Floor to Exterior Wall 7 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

3 1/2" WHITE STONE FINISH 1/4" AIR BARRIER 1/2" PLYWOOD SHEATHING BATT INSULATION 1/2" Gypsum Board Finish

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD FINISH

Batt Insulation

SILL PLATE

1/2" Plywood Sheathing Door, See Schedule Jack Stud

DARK OAK HARDWOOD FLOORING

1/4" Air Barrier

ANCHOR BOLT CONCRETE SLAB, CAST IN PLACE

3 1/2" White Stone Finish

King Stud 1/2" Gypsum Board Finish Batt Insulation 1/2" Plywood Sheathing 1/4" Air Barrier 3 1/2" White Stone Finish

5 Level 1 - Door Jamb Trim 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

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Wood Stud Header W/ 1/2" Plywood Spacer

Door Jamb CONCRETE FOOTING Door, See Schedule

4 Section 4 -Door Header 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

1 Section 1 - Slab Callout 1 1/2" = 1'-0"


FALL 2017

- (ABOVE) EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC OF RESIDENTIAL PROJECT. - (BELOW) EXTERIOR RENDER IMAGE AND SECTION PERSPECTIVE.

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STUDIO VI

E

19

W

- (ABOVE & RIGHT) POST-PRODUCED TRANSVERSE AND LONGITUDINAL SECTIONS OF WORKOUT FACILITY.


SPRING 2017

+90.00

+65.00

+45.00

+30.00

+20.00

+10.00

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S

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-25.00’ - 100.00’

WYNKOOP ST.

STUDIO VI

PARKING LOT

CORE ENTRANCE

DINING

+0.00’

+0.00’

KITCHEN

+0.00’

-15.00’

-15.00’

POOL

+0.00’ - +20.00’

CORE

-25.00’ - 100.00’

POOL

ADMIN.

CHERRY CREEK FLOOR PLANS

SITE PLAN

SCALE: 16’ = 1”

BOBBY BROWN | G. SMITH | 3502 | SP17

BOBBY BROWN | G. SMITH | 3502 | SP17

F02

F04

+65.00’

CORE CORE

BASKETBALL

F05

+90.00’

ADMINISTRATION

CORE

F03

+30.00’

CORE

LARGE

MEDIUM

CORE

MEDIUM

RACQUETT

ROCK WALL

ROCK WALL CLOSET

MEDIUM

+20.00’

CORE

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CORE RACQUETT

CORE

CORE

F01

+00.00’

RACQUETT

ROCK WALL

SMALL SMALL

F00

-16.00’

CORE

BATH ROOMS

POOL

CORE

F-01

-35.00’

POOL

CORE

CORE

F-02

JUICE BAR

LOCKER ROOMS

CORE

MECHANICAL

CLOSET

CORE

CORE

SCALE: 8’ = 1”

+40.00’

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- (RIGHT) INTERIOR V-RAY RENDERINGS OF WORKOUT FACILITY, INCLUDING MULTIPLE FLOORS AND PROGRAMS.


STUDIO VII

f+01

+ 4m

f+00

+ 0m

f-01 + 0m

- 2m

existing second floor office space series of office spaces run above many of the first floor shop spaces, including the strip of shops that this node was designed into

thin vertical components non-dominating vertical components serve as programatic and spatial divides narrow verticals aid in the visual connection between the market and node, drawing the outside in

multipurpose horizontal elements wood paneling horizontal elements varied use as table, seating, and steps program use based on time of day and density of market users

varied width of horizontals prioritize program and function seating orientation recommended but not assigned

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f+00

flexible spatial congregation based on present use

f-01


STUDIO VII

green space benches designated horizontal seating green space incorporated in benches

inserted sky lights frosted glass

f+02 exterior habitable/ green space benches, vegetation, spatial experience

elevated congregational space

designated congregation

f+01

vertical glazing element as spatial and social divider

f+00

shading screen

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elemental protection spatial recognition


SUMMER 2017

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Bobby Brown Design Portfolio  

First - Fourth Year (Undergraduate)

Bobby Brown Design Portfolio  

First - Fourth Year (Undergraduate)

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