CHAMBERLAINE DIANNE BEARD Canal Street Fire Station Cross Section 1/16”= 1’ 0” Chamberliane Beard
“The architect is the drawer of dreams.” -Grace McGarvie
Canal Street Fire Station
Cross Section 1/16”= 1’ 0” Chamberliane Beard
Jackson Ave. Fitness & Aquatics Center It is the intention of this thesis to explore how contemporary architectural elements can be integrated into an exiting structure, blending the two languages and creating a kind of â€œhybridâ€? building, in which both the new and the old systems work together. In this project, a dilapidated ferry terminal is reinvented as a fitness & aquatics center, connecting the community back with the mighty Mississippi River.
Louisiana Children’s Museum Project Response: Located in New Orleans City Park, the proposed design mimics the “secret garden”-like follies that can be found within the park. It’s crescent shaped plan draws people into the building from both sides of the park.
Wel co Po me rch
Show Mov Your es
Into Dig e Natur
ance Per formatre The Fruit Orchard
Fo That llow Food
r Outdoo Seating
Kitchenfe & Ca Secondary Lobby
Thermal Baths at Sankt Jorgens So Project Response: As an experiment of “light” and “dark”, the design leads one through two very different volumes, each of which offers a very different experience of either social levity or placid solitude. These two realms intertwine to create a circulation/rendezvous point that has an atmosphere all its own.
Mirabeau Avenue- Water Retention Project In an effort to accept, filter and retain water, the proposed project is comprised of a series of water pools, interwoven with architectural program(elderly housing, public pool and event space, a farmers market and restaurant) as well as usable outdoor space, including rice paddy fields.
Press Street- Revamped Project Objective: In conjunction with the desire of the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) to expand within the neighborhood, this proposal attempts to enliven Press St., making it more resident friendly through the incorporation of new program as well as new and improved pedestrian access.
The Social Spine- Acadia National Park “Rural Houses” Project Objective: Design and placement of a series of Vacation Rental Housing units located in a cold climate site adjacent to an area of significant natural beauty. The units should engage the landscape on a conceptual and physical level and the design should be guided by climatic and environmental constraints.
The Cascade Affect- Freret Street Microdorm Project Objective: Establish community, leadership, self governance, and intellectual engagement via the design of academic and private components for thirty upperclassmen students on the limited Freret St. site.
Canal Street Fire Station, Farmers Market, and Community Center Project Objective: Create a socially responsible design for a fire station as well as a communal function, with a focus on programmatic components and users to enhance community support and exchange
Apparatus Bay Administrative Residence/Living
Garden Project Design Objective: Design a secluded private garden for retreat and meditation. The garden is to be conceived as an outdoor room, essentially for one person, occasionally for two or three.
Sketches/Collages/Massing Studies Project Objective(s) Explore and utilize 3D-digital software (Autocad, Rhino, Adobe CS4, and some Revit) to design a series of projects including a pavilion, a stair, etc.
Digital Work Project Objective(s) Explore and utilize 3D-digital software (Autocad, Rhino, Adobe CS4, and some Revit) to design a series of projects including a pavilion, a stair, etc.