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CALEB JOHN SCHNURBUSCH A W A R DS - 2020 AIA KANSAS STUDENT SMALL ARCHITECTURAL PROJECT HONOR AWARD - ARCHITECTURE MASTERPRIZE - STUDENT SMALL ARCHITECTURE AWARD

ED UC A TI O N

CONTACT

University of Kansas

Phone

Class of 2022

M.Arch 5 Year Program

(573) 579-1627

3.660 Cumulative GPA Email

Dean's List KU club golf member

calebschnurbusch7@gmail.com

First Year Architecture Mentor

calebschnurbusch@ku.edu

SKIL L S

WO R K E X P E R I E N CE Bill Roussel Drafting

Cape Girardeau, Missouri

During winter break, I worked on finalizing drawings

Autodesk Revit

with a local architect. I crafted CDs for local

Auto Cad

businesses and sent the sets to the City of Cape

3Ds Max

Girardeau for inspection. Adobe Kimbeland Country Club

Jackson, Missouri

Over the summer, I cleaned golf carts at my local

Photoshop Indesign

course and also helped in the pro shop. SketchUp Part Time Mower

Cape Girardeau, Missouri

Over the summer, during the day, I mowed nearly

Microsoft Office

20 - 30 yards every week around Cape Girardeau and Jackson, Missouri. Part Time Painter

INTER ESTS Cape Girardeau, Missouri

During the time between mowing and working

Passivhaus / PHUIS

at the golf course, I painted rental properties

LEED Design

between tenants.

Tiny House Design

issuu.com/calebschnurbusch

instagram.com/caleb_schnurbusch7

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CONTENTS 4 RIPPLE

Sp r i ng 2 0 2 0 I A rch 5 0 8 I G rego r y Cr ich low

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G R E E N I S LET Fall 2020 I Arch 608 I Shannon Criss

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Fall 2019 I Arch 509 I Keith Van De Riet

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LA W R EN C E , K A NSA S - SP R I N G 2 0 2 0

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Delaware Street Commons lies quietly in residential Eastern Lawrence, Kansas. With over twenty years at this location, the community have begun centering their focus on self efficiency while providing for the community of Lawrence. However, existing conditions have prohibited much growth in that ideology. Lacking in essential tools, space, and a built environment has halted the expansion of Delaware Street Commons. Our studio welcomed the great task of designing a building where the community can begin working in as well as feel at home.

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16 PIC T URE CO LLA GE

The 9 sketches represent the ideologies comprising the design. Focused around environmental systems including green roof, water collection, solar collection and recycling materials. While also using these methods to power the building and educate visitors.

16 PICTUR E COL L A GE The images express a stronger understanding of materiality and flow throughout the space. I’d prefer using natural materials such as wood to create a warmth within the building, but also use concrete for easy cleaning in the dirty environments such as garden and shops. 6

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The purpose of the found objects model was to create a material pallette for finalizing our building. It was enjoyable for me because as I found different pieces that peaked my interest, I pondered how to include it. I started with a 2�x 6� scrap of red oak lumber, then found the rectangular steel tube. I welded a stand for it and drilled holes into the wood for all-thread. The all thread held the plexiglass above the wood,

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My conceptual design consisted of using as much of the site as possible without overcrowding it. Keeping the profile of the new building fairly tamed also complemented the existing structures nearby. This helped with the balance of the site and cohesion of the community. The roof height does not extend above any existing roof plus the slope follows the natural contour of the site.

By drawing lines off existing buildings, rooms such as the library, auditorium, greenhouse and workshop formed naturally. They also served as the crest and trough of the wavy green roof designed to catch rain water. SPRING 2020

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LIBRARY

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100 SEAT AUDITORIUM

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ELEVATOR I STAIRWELL

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MEN’S RESTROOM

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exterior commons

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interior commons

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PREP KITCHEN

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2 PERSON OFFICE

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SINGLE RESTROOM

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CONFERENCE ROOM

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NORTH ELEVATION I 1/16” = 1’- 0”

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SOUTH ELEVATION I 1/16” = 1’- 0”

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1/16” = 1’- 0”

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FOUNDATION

FIRST FLOOR

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DUCTWORK

VAV I CHILLERS

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W H A T MA KE S A GO OD CI T Y ?

P UBL I C TR A N S IT EDU C A TI O N A F F O R DA B L E H O USIN G P A RK S

A good city consists of several systems containing many subsystems that ultimately have a domino effect on the city.

These systems fall into diverse categories that have different effects on the city as a whole or individuals who have seen direct results due to the failures in the system.

A great city also recognizes failing systems, corrects them, and ultimately learns from them.

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represents the transition of the heat island into usable green space by incorporating individual plots for residents to grow gardens. Currently, this concrete jungle lacks many of the basic necessities for the community to use to their advantage. Without grocery stores and schools, plus little residential, the West Bottoms revitalization plan stands idle. By using the three E’s of sustainability, I propose the Green Islet to offer a safe habitat, equitable work and educational environment for all, yet consider the effect a building has on it’s natural surroundings.

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From elevation, it appears

Modular design makes

The bow tie module was

the modules fit together

for easy mass production.

inspired by the existing

such as brick coursing, but

Then, in a brick-like bond,

brick daylight warehouses.

from perspective, you see

stacked up to form larger

the true depth of each unit.

massing.

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20 o F cooler on average Less air polution with redused use of A/C

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The interior courtyard is split into two separate spaces. The right side dedicated for an outdoor learning space and the left is primarily public. This space is intended for small to large scale events hosted by the apartment complex or any of the small stores.

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The initial program for the Discovery Garden project consisted of a new entryway into the garden’s public area. However, we decided

KA N S A S

to attract visitors with a gathering space doubling as a new experience in education too. All inspired from a migration map of Monarch butterflies. The journey from the west entrance to the pavilion,

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is known as Emergence.

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Professor:

Keith Van De Riet

Teaching Assistant:

Savannah Kruse

Professional Stone Carver:

Karl Ramberg

Team:

Jack Bindley

Sarah Craig

Austin Gelsomino

Roe Grace

John Hardie

Chris Johnson

Jonathan Mcgowan

Julianna Ribble

Emily Sanders

Caleb Schnurbusch

Isabella Smith

John Veirs

Samuel Zimmerman

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Phone (573) 579-1627 Email calebschnurbusch7@gmail.com calebschnurbusch@ku.edu LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/caleb-schnurbusch


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