Chet Morgan Architectural Design
Chet Morgan 253 N Broadway Portland, Or 97227 P: 858-472-6537 E: email@example.com
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J.I.A. / D.R. Arch. Worked as an assistant for 2 principal architects that each have over 20 years of experience in the field. Was given experience in drawing details and various other technical drawings also had a voice in design process decisions. Mostly worked on Terminal 3 at the San Francisco Airport over the summer of 2012.
UO - Eugene UO The bulk of my undergraduate career was spent studying in Lawrence Hall at the University of Oregon in Eugene. Through long nights and early mornings, it is here where the fundamentals of spatial layouts and general concepts were taught and is where I really began to understand the language of architecture
Revamping past and current project images in order to market the firm better to both clients and general public. Also actively attending various project meetings for clients such as the Portland water bureau and Habitat for Humanity.
The UO architecture program in Portland is where my creative design turned into a realistic future. By meeting and working with professionals I was able to learn more in a shorter amount of time and finally see my designs become reality.
Time Spent at
UO 85% Architecture Degree
15% Business Minor Coming from a family of businessmen and women, I felt with having a background in fields such as marketing, accounting and management, I can bring a unique perspective to each and every scenario.
Software Proficient in:
In association with the San Elijo Lagoon conservancy I created trail head signs for the trails throughout the park.
+ Extensive understanding in many rendering programs
Related Design Projects: 5 - Thesis Project - Suburb in the Sky - 2013 26 - Tool Lending Library - Neighborhood Hub - 2012 33 - Mercer Museum - Historical Addition - 2012 36 - Professional Work - 2012-13 42 - Architectural Illustrations
Habitat: 503 Neighborhoods In The Sky
“Creating a more Vibrant South Waterfront through Community and Connection.”
- Create the “suburban experience” in a high rise city. - Help add diversity to the South Waterfront. - Create Community Spaces for not only the residents but the public as well. - Design a building that meets code and pushes standards further. - Contribute to the South Waterfront Skyline in a cohesive and unique way. - Maintain connection to the riverfront and Ross Island.
Name: The Mirabella Height: 30 stories = 325 ft # of Units: 240 Purpose: Senior Housing Architect: Ankrom Moisan Other: LEED Platinum
Name: OHSU Center for Health & Healing Height: 16 stories = 192 ft Purpose: Medical Architect: GBD Other: LEED Platinum
Name: The John Ross Height: 31 stories = 325 ft # of Units: 303 Purpose: Condos Architect: TVA Other: LEED Gold
Name: The Riva Height: 22 stories = 264 ft # of Units: 314 Purpose: Apartments Architect: Ankrom Moisan Other: LEED Gold
Name: The Meriwether Height: 21 stories = 252 ft 24 stories = 288 ft # of Units: 245 Purpose: Apartments Architect: GBD Other: LEED Gold
Name: The Ardea Height: 30 stories = 325 ft # of Units: 323 Purpose: Condos/Apartments Architect: GBD Other: LEED Gold
Name: The Atwater Place Height: 22 stories = 264 ft # of Units: 212 Purpose: Condos/Townhouses Architect: THA & GBD Other: LEED Silver
The Site: Lot 23 is the perfect location for a cultural activator! It is a space unlike any other, a place to see and to be seen. Located on the knuckle of the current South Waterfront development, this site will be a beacon for cultural gathering and growth.
With its close proximity to the Zidell property, a great opportunity exists for a historical connection, something that the South Waterfront in generally lacks. Reusing old Zidell structures in this plan gives the community a sense of connection (to its past) and personality for the present. Another plus for this site is the unique opportunity offered by its connection to the Willamette River. Due to the Army Corps of Engineers regulations and federal law, building into the river is not allowed. However, with the existing slip already in place, an opportunity exists for the South Waterfront Community to connect with the river in a way it has not previously enjoyed. Placing a high-rise multi-family residential tower and community center on this site, affords great views and waterfront access that will attract families seeking to visit, stay and live.
Neighborhood In The SKY
Tower Design Diagram
Podium Design Diagram
Common Space Render
Full Tower Render
Neighborhood Module Level - 1
Units: - 2 X 3 Bedroom - 2 X 2 Bedroom - 2 X 1 Bedroom Common Outdoor Space
Level - 2
Level - 3
Units: - 4 X 1 Bedroom - 4 X Studio
Units: - 2 X 3 Bedroom - 2 X 2 Bedroom - 2 X 1 Bedroom
1/64â€? Entire Building Model 1/4â€? Tectonic Model
Podium - Community Arts Center
Level - 1
Level - 2
Level - 3
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W e s t
Green Strategies Podium
Water Collection & Bioswale
Wind & Rain Harnessing
First Rendering of the Neighborhood in the Sky A More dynamic take on the Neighborhood Aperture
First Render of Neighborhood Common Space
Initial Design Schemes Scheme-1
Program Injected into building
Initial Design Schemes
Tool Lending Library
Floor Plans 3D Printer
Lathe Table Saw
15. Combo Sander
16. Open to First Floor
Legend: Open to Mezzanine
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7. W.C. 13. Digital Fabrication Lab 14. Checkout/Tool Repair 15. Workshop 16. Tool Lending Library
M AH V I L L O N
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Open to First Floor
2. Info Desk 10. Reading Room 11. Computer Lab 12. Metal Fabrication Lab
2. 1. Legend:
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Lobby Info Desk Demonstration Class Room Office Lockers/Project Lockup Storage W.C. Gallery Sculpture Garden
The concept behind my roof design is fairly simple. It is a very slightly sloped wooden roof that at the southwest end lifts up. It is constructed out of wood glulam beams and is intentionally made to have heavy yet light pieces that are fully visible and catch the incoming daylight.
Located above the Tool Lending Library and workshop is the roof lift. An accent that marks the corner of the site and adds importance to the space below it. It is meant to being in more daylight as well as create a subtle presence in the space.
The Structural System The structural system is made almost entirely out of laminated wood beams. It expresses itself out of thick wood columns to inspire the users of the space. The system is designed to be light yet noticeable and eye-catching yet non-evasive.
Are constructed out of 2 X 12 glulam wood members. They are located 24” on center. The joist support the T&G flooring above and are exposed.
Are made of 3 X 18 glulam beams. They are located every 24 feet which creates 24.5’ X 24.5’ bays. They hang below the joists and some are shown off on the facade to imply the importance of the structure in the design.
Are 1’ X 1’ glulam columns. They are located 25 feet on center. They are the catalyst to the entire wood structure. The joist do not interact with the columns but the beams do. This connection is emphasized in the double height atrium spaces with the absence of joists.
View of Main Entrance
North-South 1 North-South 2 Material Library
Workshop Art Gallery
Mercer Museum Addition
Lobby View of Main Building
Final Renderings of San Francisco Airport Passenger Tunnel - D.R. Architecture
Early Schematic Detail - D.R. Architecture Early Design Scheme - D.R. Architecture
Bull Run UV & Chlorine Buildings - MWA
The following MWA Renders are done sight unseen and without proper photographs of site.
Bull Run Chlorine Building - MWA
Bull Run OPS Building - MWA
Time Line of the South Waterfront
Sketch of the Black Cottonwood Tree Elevation of Springfield Library Design
Elevation of the Portland Culinary Institute
Sketch Portland Culinary Institute in Context
Thank You! Stay tuned for more Chet Morgan 253 N Broadway Portland, Or 97227 P: 858-472-6537 E: firstname.lastname@example.org