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forum for the arts 522 East 6th, Austin, Texas 2016

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l o n g h o r n c av e r n s v i s i t o r c e n t e r 6 2 1 1 Pa r k R d 4 S B u r n e t, T e x a s 2015

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Castiglion Fiorentino Loop c a s t i g l i o n f i o r e n t i n o , va l d i c h i a n a , i ta ly 2016

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kindergarten 6 1 0 7 T r i a n g l e Av e n u e A u s t i n , T e x a s 2015

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issue:012 U n i v e r s i t y o f T e x a s at A u s t i n , A u s t i n , T e x a s 2016

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FORUM FOR THE ARTS 5 2 2 E a s t 6 t h S t. A u s t i n , T e x a s A forum, throughout history, is a place where people meet and gather on an equal plane, where particular views and ideas on an issue are exchanged The constraints of our urban site, along with the proposed program created the need to adapt the forum into a vertical typology. So, our initial question was, how does a vertical building capture the spirit of a forum? This building is situated between two distinct zones in Austin’s burgeoning arts community. Arts in Austin are defined by an eclectic overlap of type and use. Here, peculiar adjacencies promote a richly diverse space. In the downtown, you have the refined box gallery, the gallery in the tower, and open space used for installation. These types are focused on display. In East Austin, you have the bungalow house converted studio and the warehouse studio as two distinct types, focused on production. So, what we became interested in is how this architecture can build on the conversation of what art is in Austin, mediating these two zones. Traditionally, a forum is as an object that has a distinct interface with the surrounding city. In the tower forum, a porous perimeter encloses the overall form, with often multiple layers, using the concept of a double skin. Used on the entire building, the face becomes alive, adapting to the day and desires of the user. At various moments, the skins shift, change position, and sometimes disappear, in order to become a spatial device, not just enclosure. Project in collaboration with Sean O’Brien

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Tower from the street Corner of 6th st. and Red River.


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The site is located at the junction of two culturally rich avenues in Austin; 6th Street and Red River. Both are lined with social and artistic institutions as well as informal artistic expressions.

To create an beacon for the arts, the maximum form is extruded from the site. A strong presence within the neighborhood is achieved and for the city a billboard is created.

Public Foyer Social

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The public programs occupies levels closest to the street while the living spaces and support spaces are pushed to the top in retreat for privacy.

The belly of the tower is carved out to create a spatial void that visually connects each artistic space across levels. Diagonal bridges physically connect each level to the next and create a continuous path up from the street.

SHADING

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A curtain of colorful louvers wrap the tower injecting color to the area. Each zone is operable and controlled by the user inside. As use and desires change so does the face of the tower to city. The fine grain of the aluminum panels simultaneously shades from the sun and allows for uninterrupted views from within.

The corner lifts its curtain to invite those on the street in and up, the suspended performance space in the belly of the atrium opens to the city, and the division between public and private opens to create an intermediate outdoor space given back to the public


Street Level The colored louvres continue to meet the street while the corner lifts up, removing the boundary between street life and artistic expression


S T E E L S U P P O R T P L AT E S

P E R F O R AT E D ALUMINUM LOUVERES

A Tower Among Plinths The Forum For The Arts begins a vertical densification of a culturally active district. At the same time signaling a colorful artistic node to the surrounding city.

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Wall Section The entire facade is wrapped with operable louvers controlled from individual interior spaces.


Continuous Art Path An uninterrupted path takes visitors from an exterior chamber on the street up through each level, exploring each artists individually curated space.

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ARTIST’S RESIDENCES

R E S I D E N T ’ S C O M M U N A L S PA C E

OPEN LEVEL OUTDOOR LOUNGE EXTERIOR PERFORMANCE

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Vertical Stack The core of the artistic space is connected through a 5-story atrium continually traversed by snaking paths. At its center is the suspended performance hall.


Suspended Performance In the belly of the atrium a suspended theatre space opens to the city and hosts artistic performances.

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l o n g h o r n c av e r n s v i s i t o r c e n t e r 6 2 1 1 Pa r k R d 4 S b u r n e t, T e x a s Above ground, the Longhorn Caverns State Park is rough, rocky, and beautiful; typical of the Texas Hill Country. Below ground, the rough face of the limestone is smoothed by thousands of years of water erosion. Revealed from the solid are networks of tunnels illustrating layers of earth’s history on each surface. This modest visitor center welcomes you to this unique experience of the above and below. From arrival, you traverse the rocky landscape navigating through the dense brush in search of the mouth into the world under your feet. The raw materials and rectilinear visitor center contrasts and focuses your appreciation to the natural landscape and the forces that molded it. When you discover the mouth of the cave, a reticulated stair emerges from below to announce its presence. To gain access to the underworld, you must slip between the shifting entry plates and continue to an underground room.

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Aerial view of Longhorn Caverns State Park Rocky Landscape with dense tree cover. Two interventions link your experience.


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Park Plan The terrain is rocky and dense with trees. Largely untouched, a visitor has the opportunity to freely explore the landscape in search of attractions.

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Visitor Center From the Park A scraped landscape reveals the layers of earth that form this park and open the visitor center towards the mouth of the cave.

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The sunken steel building alludes to the sheltering roofs that cap the shafts to the surface connecting the snaking underground complex.


Cave Entrance The reticulated stairway slips into the cave entrance while announcing the presence of an opening in the ground.

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Emerging From Below The heavy metal plates sit quietly in the rocky landscape announcing the cave entrance only once you have stumbled upon it. Holes to the space below quietly sit disguised in the rocky ground.


Castiglion Fiorentino Loop & Connessione alla terra c a s t i g l i o n f i o r e n t i n o , va l d i c h i a n a , i ta ly The Italian connection to the land and the food it brings to life is highlighted in the lifestyles of medieval hill towns, exhibiting a respect for and dependence upon traditions spanning centuries. This project’s intention is to invite visitors to interact with these traditions while effectively and efficiently moving them through a poorly planned town and arduous terrain. Ultimately, creating a new point of interactivity to economically enhance the state Castiglion Fiorentino. The project takes form through an agricultural production center to support the historically grown products of the Val Di Chiana. A place where all types of local growers and producers can bring their raw products and process them into ready to serve/sell products, while also introducing tourists into this process. Educational kitchens, a restaurant, and small scale production exists together with large scale production spaces and market spaces all focused around a piazza. This piazza is one moment of pause along a newly defined route to move visitors arriving by bus or train through newly planned areas of town as well as the historic medieval town center and tower at the top of the hill. Project in collaboration with Kelsey Kaiser & Mike White

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Castiglion Firoentino Plan


the loop T h e l o o p i s c o m p l e t e d by a d d i n g a v i ta l l i n k t o s h o r t e n t h e d i s ta n c e t o t h e t o w n c e n t e r . T h e c o m p l e t e d l o o p c r e at e s a d i v e r s e u r b a n e x p e r i e n c e r e i n v i g o r at i n g a n a g i n g I ta l i a n H i l l T o w n .

VIALE GIUSEPPE MAZZINI A beautiful cobblestoned street lined with large housing blocks and a scattering of shops and restaurants, the SOMETHING is a major inlet towards the medievil town up the hill. The narrow lanes and tight curves made this road a difficult journey for buses and cars moving in or out of the city. Large automobile activity has been redirected away from the narrow streets towards a newly established terminal. This keeps the traffic flowing steadily and reduced the overall noise pollution from large buses and idle cars.

THE TRAIN The train is a vital connection to neighboring Arezzo employment for many of Castiglion Fiorentino’s residents) and beyond. The majority of visitors to the city arrive by train from Florence (1 hour) or Rome (2 hours). The train line also acts an urban edge seperating the agricultural fields from the built-up city which has expanded down the hill. It sits at the lowest point in the town, which presents a steep journey to the city center. Taxi’s are uncommon so the majority of visitors journey by foot.

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Additional Route Previously, by foot, the journey took 25 minutes with little attractions along the route until you arrived to The Corso. The return journey was the same in reverse, retracing your steps without adding new experiences to your trip. The Loop adds a second route to the journey, connecting the center of the city and the train line with a direct route down the hill. At is midpoint the Connesione Alla Terra agricultural center is a destination for pause during the steep path. At the beginning of this additional route, the bus terminal is relocated to bring travelers closer to the center of the city.

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THE HILLS Just off the Corso Italia are a series of roads and paths that lead through the surrounding hills. Hike these routes to get a view from above the town and entire valley. Along the way are villas and farms scattered over each hillside.

C O R S O I TA L I A The ‘main street’ of Castiglion Fiorentino runs directly through the center of the medievil city; connecting La Porta Romano to the South and La Porta Fiorentino to the North. This zig-zagging street is lined with restaturants, shops, and alleys that lead off to more interesting urban spaces. The Corso is the primary economic center for the city and co-hosts yearly events alongside Piazza del Commune.

PIAZZA DEL COMMUNE This active relief space within the dense medieval streets hosts historical events alongside exciting motorcross races. The Piazza del Commune is the civic center for the residents. It open directly infront of the city’s governmental buildings and post office. On its opposite side, a nine arch loggia built in 1513 by Giorgio Vasari, overlooks the valley. The Piazza del Commune is a critical pivot point of the Loop, directing visitors down a major thoroughfaire towards La Porta Fiorentino.

+ T O R R E D E L C A S S E R O A N D T H E E T R U S C A N G AT E At the center of Castiglion Fiorentino are medieval streets and piazzas infused with the rich history of alliances to powerful Italian city-states and the architecture that dominated Tuscany in the early parts of the second millenium. La Torre at the top of the hill overlooks the entire Val di Chiana and signals the center of the city. At its base are the remains of the Etruscan city that once occupied this hilltop. Underneath La Torre and La Cassero are the foundations of the Etruscan city walls and the gate that signals entrance. The Loop re-opens the Etruscan gate and bring visitors through the foundations and up to the modern city.

CONNESIONNE ALLA TERRA At the junction between traditional farming and contemporary culinary production, this newly formed link in the ecological chain of Castiglion Fiorentino provides first hand experience to visitors interested in the traditions of Italian cuisine. Bringing together the food growers from the fertile lands of the Val di Chiana, respected chefs from across Tuscany, and respected culinary instructors, this HUB for food and the shared enjoyments it brings links the old town and the new at this farm to table experiment. Visitors experience the intake of raw ingredients and their transformation into delicious cuisine through workshops and small scale production facilities that immerse you in traditional methods of refinement and delivery. A restaurant and educational kitchen delivers hands on learning of Italian cooking techniques centralized around a new public piazza. The city path takes you through all the steps of food production - from growing, to harvesting, to cooking, to eating. The elevated piazza provides a forum for vendors to showcase their goods and visitors to take a piece of Italian tradition home with them, all while observing the land from which the food is produced.


NEIGHBORING GRADE SCHOOL

SCHOOL GYMNASIUM

SCHOOL FOOTBALL FIELD

P E D E S T R I A N PAT H F R O M T H E S O U T H Connessione Alla Terra Agricultrual Center The hillside is cut by the Loop pedestrian path allowing the ground to peel up and create a central piazza around which all aspects in the creation of traditional Italian food and wine can be enjoyed.

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The Spanish Steps are rebuilt and a direct path to the re-opened Etruscan gate is carved into the hillside beneath the Cassero walls.


LA TORRE GROUNDS - THE OLD CASTLE R E - O P E N I N G O F T H E E T R U S C A N G AT E

R E - C O N S T R U C T I O N O F S PA N I S H S T E P S

A G R I C U LT U R A L F I E L D S - G R A P E S A N D O L I V E T R E E S


KINDERGARTEN 6 1 0 7 T r i a n g l e Av e n u e A u s t i n , T e x a s Children, at critical ages, thrive in educational environments that incorporate community and play as a foundation for pre-school and kindergarten learning. This project is a playful interpretation of an educational daycare - ages 18 months to 4 years - that focuses on learning through play. The development of an efficient and effective classroom model is at the center of this configuration. Each room is consistent in its poportions and primary characteristics - opening to soft northern light, open plan, and builtins - that allow teachers and students to define the individuality of each space for kids to attach themselves to. But each unit is unique through its positioning and relationship to its neighbors.

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Colored Glass for Classroom No. 4 The space between shifted boxes shaded by trees.


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The Kindergarten requires six classrooms and a multitude of supporting programs and spaces. Each program is attributed to a block.

The programmed blocks are arranged so they occupy their favorite position and staggered to create contained space between each block.

The blocks are rotated playfully so they dance down the site. This creates unique relationships between the alternation blocks.

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E X PA N D

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INFUSE

The assembly and entry blocks are expanded to accomodate gathering and to occupy the corner.

The circulation jogs down the blocks to connect each one like a spine.

The green space of the surrounding context is invited into the space between blocks. Trees occupy the street side and playgrounds fill the classroom side.


Classroom Poche Storage solutions for teachers and children are injected with portals to neighboring kids. The space is left open for teachers to fill with content to orchestrate their own teaching environment.

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issue:012 t h e u n i v e r s i t y o f t e x a s at a u s t i n , A u s t i n , T e x a s ISSUE is an annual student-run publication featuring graduate and undergraduate work at the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture. Its intent is to foster interaction and the exchange of ideas among students as well as record the intellectual activities of the school. ISSUE:012 is the twelfth edition of ISSUE that explores a new way to discuss the work produced by students. ISSUE:012 focuses on the values and patterns of thought that drive us. This anthology is structured in five chapters - each one focusing on one value that repeatedly surfaced in the review of student work. This is one small contribution in a much broader discussion of what matters - and perhaps, what should matter - in the work at The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture, as well as in the design community at large. My role was that of publication committee coordinator and designer. My focus was on the overall graphic design and layout of the publication as well as individual project presentation designs.

Editors Joyce Hanlon Katherine Slusher Alex Warr

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Publication Committee Casey Tucker Sean O’Brien Ashley Chung Erik Olivarez


De-Boss A de-boss lettering gives the textured cover a subtle highlight and shaded title.


Quick and Loose The projects are presented in their most exciting nature. Image placement is loose and often breaks the common boundaries. Engaging excerpts from the text are highlighted for quick reads.

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DEATH IN THE CITY

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Quick and Loose The projects are presented in their most exciting nature. Image placement is loose and often breaks the common boundaries. Engaging excerpts from the text are highlighted for quick reads.

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casey macdonald tucker C a s e y. M a c d o n a l d .T u c k e r @ g m a i l .c o m +1 214 729 9900 l i n k d i n . c o m / i n / c a s e y -t u c k e r - 4 9 8 9 7 7 6 7 3 6 24 S e lt z e r D r . P l a n o, T X 7 5 0 2 3 , U n i t e d S tat e s

experience BJARKE INGELS GROUP - Copenhagen, Denmark - 6 months - 2016 Architecture Intern Kistefos Museum, Jevnaker, Norway Schematic design, design development, diagramming, rendering, presentations, 3D model management, 3D printing, physical modeling team and consultant coordination Billund City Center Master Plan, Billund, Denmark Concept design, diagramming, presentations

DEWBERRY ARCHITECTS - Dallas, Texas - 3 months - 2015 Architecture Intern Arlington Public Library, Arlington, Texas Working drawings, documentation, schematic documents, construction documents UT Whitaker Field Intramural Complex, Austin, Texas Construction documents, signage design

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN - 2 semesters - 2016-2017 Teaching Assistant for Construction IV - Matt Fajkus Course covering large structures and systems with a focus on the design process and systems thinking. Instructed weekly lab sessions, generated and graded homework assignments, prepared and graded projects and exams. Instructed approximately 25 students.


E d u c at i o n MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE - 2017 The University of Texas at Austin

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ARCHITECTURE - 2014 The University of Texas at Arlington

Summa Cum Laude Most Distinguished Graduate Award - Awarded to top student in graduating class

professional skills Autodesk REVIT

Rhinoceros 3D

ArchiCAD

Vray

Autodesk AutoCAD

Grasshopper

Adobe Photoshop

Sketchup

Adobe Illustrator

Office Suite

Adobe Premiere

3D Printing

Adobe InDesign

Model Making

Adobe Lightroom

awa r d s & a c c o m p l i s h m e n t s Design Excellence Award, “Forum For The Arts”, 2016 Design Excellence Nomination, “Kindergarten”, 2014 Honorable Mention, “Sound Cloud”, Frozen Music AIAS Design Competition, 2014 3rd Place, “Ambiguous Space” PIN Architecture Competition, 2013 Fred Winfield Day Jr Endowed Scholarship in Architecture, University of Texas at Austin, 2016 Fred Winfield Day Jr Endowed Scholarship in Architecture, University of Texas at Austin, 2015 President’s Charter Scholarship, University of Texas at Arlington, 2010-2014 Mebane Travel Scholarship, University of Texas at Austin, 2015 Study Abroad in Italy, University of Texas at Austin, 2015

additional skills & interests Website Interface Design, Web and Print Graphic Design, Tattoo Design, Hand and Digital Drawing, Watercolor Painting, Architectural and Model Photography, Typeface Design


A r c h i t e c t u r e W o r k a n d S t u dy

R E Y K J AV I K , I C E L A N D ANCHORAGE, ALASKA

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

AUSTIN, TEXAS

2008

2013

2014

2014

Sydney, Australia Independent Study Travel

Chicago, Illinois Travel Study

Bachelor of Science in Architecture The University of Texas at Arlington

Anchorage, Alaska Independent Study Travel


COPENHAGEN, DENMARK

C A S T I G L I O N F I O R E N T I N O, I TA LY

S Y D N E Y, A U S T R A L I A

2016

2016

2016

2017

2017

Dallas, Texas Dewberry Architects - Architecture Intern

Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy Study Abroad Semester

Copenhagen, Denmark BIG - Architecture Intern

Reykjavik, Iceland Design Studio

Master of Architecture The University of Texas at Austin


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Profile for Casey Tucker

Casey Macdonald Tucker Design Portfolio 2017.03.17  

A selection of design work from 2014-2017

Casey Macdonald Tucker Design Portfolio 2017.03.17  

A selection of design work from 2014-2017

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