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SELECTED WORKS - PORTFOLIO

WINTER 2019-20

BRYCE BOHO

ENERGY INSTITUTE

BOAT BUILDING

LIGHTHOMES COMMUNITY HUB

FOR INQUIRIES CONTACT BBBOHO@GMAIL.COM


RIVER ROW LIGHTHOMES A L I V I N G B U I L D I N G E X P L O R AT I O N


COURTS OF OTHELLO C O M M U N I T Y C E N T E R / S O C I A L H U B / PA R K E X T E N T I O N


MANAGING A CITY CENTER THROUGH DESIGN OF THE IN-BETWEEN Currently, the Othello site hosts a multitude of small businesses nestled in between diverse sprawling suburbs to the east and a quickly growing downtown center to the west. Aside from its location along MLK st. the sites major asset is its proximity to the Othello light rail station which runs along MLK. As downtown Othello begins to rise above the human scale, a building with its community as a driver acknowledges both the growing downtown and its suburban surroundings. Breaking down the scale of the block to familiar 40 foot volumes rising 3 habitable levels from the street. Between these volumes, void spaces visually unite opposing sides of the site. These bridges serve as a conduit for access to downtown Othello and maintain a sense of transparency which reinforces the nature of this new community asset as something open to all. Within these newly established boundaries, programed ground floor space is implemented to establish the voids of site as places for both transit and destination, drawing attention to the site through ground level activities on a backdrop of quiet buildings. Through transversely breaking down the site, the buildings maintain a physical and visual connection through ground level transparency and a linkage of internal pathways. From each entry point onto the site an individual could find their way to any destination they might be seeking. Above a primarily public ground level, the second and third floors of the buildings enclose program elements to allow for semi private meeting and work spaces to be facilitate. Although these are enclosed, curated views from the second floor shell provide a mix of panoramic views of the sites surroundings and a network of unique views onto the sites exterior functions.


SECOND FLOOR FACADE PRIVATE ZONES

INTERIOR VOLUMES/CORE

FIRST FLOOR CURTAINWALL PUBLIC ZONES

LIGHT STEEL FRAME


Profile for Bryce Boho

Winter 2019-20 Architecture Portfolio  

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