Brad Nobbe SCAD BFA 2013
Intent Architecture is the language of perception adaptation and function, found in an environment where datum and stratum, regulate sensation. We see our design before its realiza on is seen by anyone else. We a required to speak about an idea that started in someone elseâ€™s mind and will end up under there possession. So to be a designer we must understand what is important to the client. We use common language and imagery to develop con nuity throughout our processes of design. These few datum and overall stratum are what allow us to develop connect and ul mately design the space that will adhere to the clients perceived func on.
Job History Equipment Operator Roman Nobbe INC June 2003 - Present
Operated heavy equipment for a family redi-mix business during high school and on breaks from college.
Office Assistant J.T. Turner Construction Fall 2012
Temporary Job helping the company organize old construction documents. Also created digital filing system to expedite search and retrieval of files.
Education Savannah College of Art and Design Bachelors of Fine Arts in Architecture Minor Architectural History Expected June 2014
Savannah College of Art and Design (Lacoste Campus) Study Abroad Program Spring 2011
Program consisted of working with SEMAPA on their Paris Rive Gauche project creating a multi-transit station, while living on campus in Lacoste, France.
Skills Microsoft Office, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Auto cad, Revit, Rhino, 3ds Studio Max Design, Architectural Drafting, Architectural History, Concrete Testing, Time Management, Group Collaboration, Problem Solving, Sketch Up
Honors Eagle Scout, Deans List, Works Selected for NAAB Accreditation Exhibit, Work Selected for Display by SEMAPA, SCAD Academic Honors Scholarship
FUNDAMENTALS II FUNDAMENTALS I
Form Space Order Class: Fundamentals I Professor Dudzik Crea ng a series of spaces, with resul ng form using a regulated ordered base. The finished project needed to be asymmetric, and modular. A bas was created a er construc on of the model to react and cul vate the developed wood model.
Using two square bases, while required to follow marks of base.
Base Repeated eight times.
Expansion of model.
Refinement of expansion.
Maritime Museum Location: Savannah, GA Program: Museum, Gallery, and Gathering Class: Fundamentals II Professor Woods First look into the site analysis and design eďŹ€ect of building and landscape rela onships. Located at the end of the historic factors walk in Savannah, GA. Posi oned on a small but steep hillside design challenges included varying degrees of addi on and subtrac on.
Photo Credit: Matthew Spinner
Location: Program: Client: Class:
La MicrocitĂŠ Paris, France Multi Model Train Station SEMAPA Fundamentals III Professor Woods
While studying abroad in Lacoste, Aix en Provence, France, I par cipated in a collabora ve studio with two third year architecture students (Markia Maye; Sarah Waller,) and interior design student (Becky Myers.) Our job was to create a mul model train sta on for a new urban development program in the 13 Arrondissement. SEMAPA has been in charge of this project since the 1970â€™s. We worked with to develop a sta on that could bring meaning to an up and coming young neighborhood of Paris.
Lacoste and Paris Location
Digital Model built from a study on Tai Chi
Human space and lighting Study
Hot Springs Monastery Location: Hot Springs, NC Program: Cistercian Monastery Class: Studio I Professor Singeisen
Residential De Hooch Painting Study
The human condi on has fundamental impact on designing architecture. Shapes and sizes vary but outcomes are similar. Emo on can be found in buildings. Regula on can be found in building. Comfort can be found in buildings. In this design I looked into the me barrier one crosses when living the lifestyle of a Cistercian monk. Embellishing on the idea of mul ple courtyards and centralizing the core of study.
Savannah Urban Food Co-op Location: Savannah, GA Program: Farmers Market/Allotment Gardens Artisan Rental Booths Client: Savannah Class: Studio II Professor Clements Ci es are growing in size, but one things remains iconic in a ci es culture, economy ,and produc on, all cites need to have at least one market place. This becomes the mel ng pot of a city where locals can trade produce and adver se business. This studio was very site based, and we used the historic city of Savannah to influence our design, and urban plan.
SAVANNAH City to Site Plan
Paths, Edges, Nodes
Public Transportation and Landmarks
Joanna Rejebian, Zach Aument, Aaron Burkhart, Brad Nobbe
Bridge Level Plan
Robotics Facility Location: Program: Client: Class:
Brooklyn, NY Research and Learning Center Clinton Hill Robotics Society Studio III Professor Elnahs
Our world converges on tradi ons and technology. This compe on was to design a school and research facility where the student and public members could learn built and test new robots through all phases of design. We also needed to include a large lecture room for guest speakers. Clinton Hill Brooklyn has a very standard set of building type usually consis ng of four story brownstone building. Although recent tradi on have allowed for newer more modern and taller buildings to be built.
Digital Model Concepts
Live/Work Industrial Arts Location: Cincinnati, OH Program: Live/Work center for artists Client: Cincinnati AIA/ Over the Rhein Brewers District Class: Studio IV Professor Wishne AIA of Cincinna out on this compe on to design a live work industrial ar st center at the top of the Brewers District on the Over the Rhein part of Cincinna . The Site consisted of a steep slope with and old factory building at the base. It was important to look at the history and fabric of the tradi onal Italianate district while also trying to adept in the new system of beau fica on that the city is trying to establish in this gentrified area of town. Reuse of the building and extension of the city grid where key ideas to the design.
MARKET CONNECTION MAIN DISTRICT AXIS PROPOSED STREET CAR
CIRCULATION Fire Stairs
Top o Pla
TRANSVERSE SECTION 5
Private Live Work