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BRADLEY GOLLWITZER


BRADLEY GOLLWITZER

EDUCATION

+1 913 948 2432 bradgoll@ksu.edu 13545 Midland Dr. Shawnee, KS 66216 KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY 2012-2018 Master of Architecture Minor in Leadership Studies Manhattan, Kansas CENTRO STUDI CITTA DI ORVIETO Orvieto, Italy

EXPERIENCE

FORWARD DESIGN I ARCHITECTURE Design Intern Prairie Village, Kansas Collaborated on schematic and design development. Produced design, construction, and millwork documents. Produced physical models. Conducted site documentation. KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY Research Assistant, Designer Manhattan, Kansas Conducted historical research for exhibition. Conducted diagramming. Collaborated on graphic design and gallery layout.

2017 Summer/Winter 2015-2017 2017

HONORS

Graduate Student Counsel Travel Grant to Salk Institute 2018 Thomas A. Tyler/Answers Inc. Photography Competition First Place 2017 Dean’s Italian Studies Scholarship 2016 Manko Competition Finalist 2016 Bowman Design Forum Competition Finalist 2015 Digital Design Competition Finalist 2015 Studio Design Competition First Place 2014 Dean’s Honors List 2014-2015 Memorial Scholarship 2014-2015 Law Kingdon Distinguished Merit Scholarship in Architecture 2013-2017 Shooting Stars Recognition, Scholarship and Awards Program 2011

INVOLVEMENT

Oz Journal Staff Member 2017-2018 AIAS Member 2016-2018 Vice President Moore Hall Seven Student Governing Association 2014-2015

SKILLS

COMPUTER Proficient AutoCAD, Rhinoceros, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel Intermediate Revit, Diva, Aspire, SketchUp PHYSICAL Sketching, Model Building, Laser Cutter, CNC Router, Shop Fabrication, Photography Thrift Shopping, Art, Travel, Mountain Biking


“A great building must begin with the unmeasurable, must go through measurable means when it is being designed and in the end must be unmeasurable.� -Louis Kahn


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The Collaborative Mediation and CommunityConflict Resolution Center Manhattan, Kansas ADS IV Professor Gibson

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Rooted Brew-Pub Cottonwood Falls, Kansas ADS III Professor Ornelas Bowman Competition Finalist

Wurster Residence Private Residence Mission Hills, Kansas Forward Design I Architecture

A House For Conservationists Private Residence Manhattan, Kansas ADS I Professor Fein

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Augmented Prosthetics + Training Research Center Kansas City, Missouri ADS V Professor Baudoin Manko Competition Finalist Aimee Mullins, a well-known prosthetics user, challenged the idea of the prosthetic as something to be hidden away when she presented the prosthetic limb as an asset that can elevate a human to be “more than”. Not only can a prosthetic now be something to show off, but it can outperform what a regular ligament can accomplish thanks to advances in technology. How can the concept of “more than” reflect itself onto a prosthetics center? I began by looking at high-tech architects, Richard Rogers and Renzo Piano. Their approach yields a similar end goal through design. This strategy utilizes a similarly progressive, high-performance, and machine-like approach. Functionally, the fabrication lab is the “machine”, and supports the center as the supplier of prosthetics. The lab is pulled apart from the rest of the building’s L -shape and is located at the forefront of the building to emphasize importance. The exposed circulation, structure, and HVAC systems span from the fabrication lab, both inside and outside of the building, to further the labs visual connection and service to the building. Every room in the L-shaped section of the building has a view into the bustle of the fabrication lab. The visitors’ concourse is located in the in-between atrium space. It utilizes a stop-and-go circulation to allow visitors a view into each key space. The Center aims to send prosthetics users of Kansas City on their way to accomplish “more than”.

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Michel Cheron Top - Site South of central business district with views of the Kauffman Center Left - Case Study by Richard Rogers and Renzo Piano Right - Study of vertical circulation and outward views Opposite - Prosthetics user Aimee Mullins shows that a prosthetic can elevate the human to become “more than�


Parti At the heart of the building is the fabrication lab which feeds the design metaphorically and physically with circulation, structure, and systems. Pulled apart, these elements are left exposed in the in-between span.

Views Each room of the building on looks into the fabrication lab through glass and mirrored walls, continuously reminding users of their end goal.

Massing The fabrication lab is located at the forefront, the circulation extends from the street in a naturally lit in-between space, and a remaining L shape looks upon the rest. A flat roof structure helps to tie all of these elements together.

Circulation Utilizing a stop-and-go circulation system, users and visitors are directed along a meandering path that widens at each interest point on every level.


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West Elevation The elevations act as a visual articulation of the interior spaces The parts of the whole are unified by a continuous roof plane


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The Collaborative Mediation and Community Conflict Resolution Center Manhattan, Kansas ADS IV Professor Gibson Often times people are referred through the court system for counseling and will need to visit a mediation center. It can be highly stressful for those involved. A mediation center’s goal is to aid in resolving domestic and communal conflict through specialized counseling services. This center utilizes nature’s proven healing atmosphere to help combat stress. A thick perimeter wall of native Kansas limestone creates a protective separation between the outside world and the courtyard within. The wall guides users along the exterior and interior. Located in the center, the garden acts as the hearth of the design. The garden takes inspiration from and utilizes local species of the rolling prairies of the nearby Flint Hills. The rooms within have strategic views inward to the garden. The trees located in the public garden near the entrance act as a protective overhead blending into the interior lobby space’s two small interior courtyards. Each mediation room has a private exterior space overlooking the garden. This allows users to walk along the garden’s meandering paths. A public auditorium is located on the street corner and out of respect to the private spaces. When a session is finished the users are able to exit through the garden as a final transition back into the world.

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Above - Building massing studies Opposite - Privacy study of typical mediation exterior space utilizing walls and grass berm


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A public courtyard provides a gathering space and transition into both the main mediation entry (shown) and a public auditorium space


Below - Plan showing public courtyard near entry and private meandering courtyard in center Circulation begins with a soft transition from exterior to interior and ends through the private courtyard from each mediation room Opposite Top - Mediation room with private exterior space and view into public garden Opposite Bottom - Conference and lobby space with interior courtyard

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Rooted Brew-Pub Cottonwood Falls, Kansas ADS III Professor Ornelas Bowman Competition Finalist In Cottonwood Falls, KS, the level of dedication, commitment, and investment people have in the community is evident. The town’s brewery should reflect this. The design implements a tilted column system due to the columns’ root like qualities and creates a dynamic play of light within the circular bundles. The brewing, food, mechanical, and circulation spaces reflect the idea of rooted by functioning as roots do drawing nutrients from below. A perforated wood screen and limestone backdrop honor local materials. The screen peels back gradually, exposing the structure at the entry. Public outdoor dining is provided in a double-height flex-space in front of the entry to aid in attracting the community. The columns upon entry hint at the primary brewing and dining core’s triple height structure within. This core provides the separation between the bars and dining spaces on all three levels. This core draws from the kitchen at the beginning of the brewing process below. The brewing process begins in the private tasting room on the lower level and is the only occupiable space within the core. The main level is visually open to the street. The private dining on the upper level is surrounded by a wood screen in order to achieve a consistent light quality on the interior as well as create a canopy-like mass. The brewery aims to reflect the communities sense of rootedness in Cotton Wood Falls while offering a glimpse into the creation of craft beer.

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Opposite - The building cores function as a tree does by drawing it’s nutrients from below


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Opposite Top - Entry from street through outdoor cafe space Opposite Bottom - Main eating level with seating situated around cores

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Above - Section Detail Model Opposite - A private tasting room is located within the lower level at the start of the brewing process while the main and upper floor overlook


A House For Conservationists Private Residence Manhattan, Kansas ADS I Professor Fein Inspired by the W.G. Clark House in Charlottesville, Virginia this residence follows the architect original design principles. The house is located on a similarly scenic and secluded hill yet overlooks the rolling prairies of rural Manhattan, Kansas. The floor plan is arranged around a central fireplace core that serves as the primary spacial divider of the rooms on all levels. The exterior massing reads heavily due to the subtractive massing of the windows. The openings to the exterior are few but large. In order to keep these views unobstructed towards the landscape, transparent glass faces the landscape and translucent glass block is used between the adjacent facades. The masters suite on the top level opens on all sides to take advantage of the view down all sides of the hill. The datums and measurements of the house are based upon the standard module of CMU for the walls and plywood sheets for the ceiling. Utilizing W.G Clarks’ principles, the house frames views of the rolling prairie and provides a respite from its harsh barrenness.

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Site Plan Opposite -Site in the Flint Hills Prairie atop a hill between a pond and prairie

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Above - Translucent glass block allows light in garage interior while displaying only the silhouette of the car on the exterior Opposite - A central fireplace core defines separation between each space


Wurster Residence Private Residence Mission Hills, Kansas Forward Design I Architecture This project is a full interior and exterior renovation and addition to a 1950s ranch in Mission Hills, KS, initially designed by William Wurster (1895-1973) as a spec house for Better Homes and Gardens. Despite the outdated finishes, the house is still architecturally significant and it was our intention to follow the language of the existing structure, while improving the spaces and updating quality of materials used. In order to create an addition that appears to have always been a part of the project, we extruded the volume along the East/West axis to extend the massing, expanded the existing carport into a full two-car garage and created an exterior courtyard in the space between the two volumes. We reorganized the plan to allow for more generous living and dining spaces, a larger kitchen and a true master suite. I entered in on this project near the beginning and was able to see it to completion. I collaborated primarily on the design development of the master suite window wall and courtyard space. I coordinated and produced much of the design and construction documents. I also produced the mil work documents for the custom kitchen cabinetry. I studied massing strategies though physical study models and conducted site visits for documentation.

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Thank You

BRADLEY GOLLWITZER +1 913 948 2432 bradgoll@ksu.edu 13545 Midland Dr. Shawnee, KS 66216

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