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Third Year Spring Semester A.B. McKay Building Renovation Enology Laboratory and Event Center Instructor: Alexis Gregory Emily McGlohn Tom Leathem (BCS)

Maria Degtyareva Austin Schnitzlein with the assistance of

Larissa Tobar (Building Construction Science) Site Plan, Renderings and Final Wooden Model

Third year Collaborative Studio is a crossdisciplinary studio between architecture and building construction science students. Teams of students worked together to renovate the A.B. McKay building, the old enology laboratory on MSU’s campus, that is now used as a campus event center.

Mississippi State University is internationally recognized for its agriculture research and development. In an effort to provide ideas to MSU concerning the future of the building, this studio proposed solutions to solve a host of programmatic issues such as access to North Farm, outdoor and indoor event spaces, a catering kitchen, retail space and office spaces.


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Omkar Prabhu Benjamin Webster with the assistance of

Ky Reynolds (Building Construction Science) Floor Plan, Sections, Elevations and Final Wooden Model

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Zachary Henry Lara Lynn Waddell with the assistance of

Davis Byrd (Building Construction Science) Renderings and Final Wooden Model


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65 Maria Degtyareva, Austin Schnitzlein, Larissa Tobar Omkar Prabhu, Ky Reynolds, Ben Webster Davis Byrd, Zachary Henry, Lara Lynn Waddell Davis Byrd, Zachary Henry, Lara Lynn Waddell Maria Degtyareva, Austin Schnitzlein, Larissa Tobar Omkar Prabhu, Ky Reynolds, Ben Webster Davis Byrd, Zachary Henry, Lara Lynn Waddell Davis Byrd, Zachary Henry, Lara Lynn Waddell Omkar Prabhu, Ky Reynolds, Ben Webster Davis Byrd, Zachary Henry, Lara Lynn Waddell Maria Degtyareva, Austin Schnitzlein, Larissa Tobar Davis Byrd, Zachary Henry, Lara Lynn Waddell Models and Renderings by students throughout the semester


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Fourth Year Fall Semester Mid-Rise Mass-Timber LEARN & GROW : Educational Garden Instructors: Alexis Gregory Jacob Gines (coordinator)

Kirby Locklard

1/8 wood model of mass-timber mid-rise commercial building

Undergraduate students from MSU Assistant Professor of Architecture Jacob A. “Jake” Gines’ fourth-year architecture woodbased design studio will showcase design proposals for a new mass-timber mid-rise commercial building in Jackson.

Designed for the Mississippi Forestry Association, the proposals incorporate innovative mass-timber technologies, such as Cross-Laminated Timber.


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Luke Marshall

Exploded Axonmetric Drawing


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a. Caleb Fearing b. Walt Carter c. David Kett d. Yerix Morel Jr. e. Edward Holmes V f. Walt Carter Timber Model and Joint Model


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a. Kirby Lockard b. Ria Bennett c. Ryan Fierro d. Ria Bennett e. Zach Busman f. Kirby Lockard Timber Model and Joint Model


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Graphite Section Drawing


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Garrett Yelverton

Graphite Section Drawing


72 LEARN & GROW : Educational Garden Photos of built work by: Megan Bean, MSU Office of Public Affairs

Studio 4A Professor Gregory’s Section Learn and Grow

The School of Architecture, Department of Food Science, Nutrition and Health Promotion, Department of Curriculum, Instruction, and Special Education, Horticulture Club, and Graphic Design have joined together with the Boys and Girls Club to design and construct an Educational Garden. The hope in constructing the garden is to get the children at the Boys and Girls Club excited about growing and cooking with homegrown foods. This project intends to educate children on how to grow multiple different foods appropriate for the local climate. The Phases in the project intend to lay out a full plan for the

construction of the gardens as well as intentions for future building changes. The building changes set up an educational kitchen to teach the kids how to prepare the food they grow. The goal is to eventually have the older children help educate the younger children on growing and preparing food, to create a lasting tradition within the Boys and Girls Club. Not only will this project re-identify the Boys and Girls Club but also this educational garden will be an example of a community garden that will hopefully grow through the city. Additionally, this project won a 2016-2017 ACSA Diversity Achievement Award.


73 Ashton Aimes Conner Ansley Anna Barr Aaron Ellzey Brandon Fairbanks Samantha Goodwin Josh Johnson Ben Marshall Lucas Posey Morgan Powell Spencer Powell Jared Robinson Nathan Thomas Zachary White

Studio 4A Professor Gregory’s Section Learn and Grow


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75 Ashton Aimes Luke Marshall Walt Carter Luke Marshall Edward Holmes Kapish Cheema Kirby Lockhard Kapish Cheema David Kett Kapish Cheema Zach Busman Ryan Fierro Heavy Timber Models and Drawings created over the semester


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Fourth Year Spring Semester Black Box Theater Instructor: Hans Herrmann Jake Gines (Coordinator)

Brandon Fairbanks

Exploded Axonometric Drawing

Over the course of the semester students will work on developing an integrative / comprehensive design solution for a Black Box Theater complex located in the South Main Arts District of Memphis, TN. The project site is at the intersection of Tennessee Street and Butler Avenue, adjacent the historic Memphis Brewing Company (1890), and was the site for bottling operations for MBC until 1947. The brewery closed in 1954 and has been abandoned since. Recent develpment

plans call for a mixed use redevelopment that would utilize the existing brewery for office and residential and would provide an additional 100 units of residential on the adjacent wash house and bottling sites. Special focus will be given in the studio to sustainable storm water management practices and water ecology. Students will be required to design in-depth proposals for water management, reuse, etc. Additional information will be forthcoming.


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Edward Holmes V

Elevation, Floor plan & Interior Renderings

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