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Portfolio Bachelor of Environmental Design, Texas A&M University - 2006 -2011


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Contents Portfolio- Bachelor of Environmental Design, Texas A&M University - 2006 -2011

Projects Evolution of Space Defining Space Transformation Pavillion Edward Norton House Fire Station No. 8 Veteran’s Clinic East Tennessee Oral History Museum Vitra Hotel Fire Station No. 6

Drawings Gestures Outdoor Sketch One Point Perspective Section Analysis Azimuth Redesign Artist Reproduction Still Life


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Evolution of Space Studio Project- ENDS 105 Design Studio Level I, Texas A&M University - Fall 2007

Paper Model

Grid Model

Project: To define form and space through manipulation of a continuous piece of paper.

Skin Model


Section Model


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Defining Space Studio Project- ENDS 106 Design Studio Level I, Texas A&M University - Spring 2008

Project:

To create a feeling of compositional energy by defining space within the confines of a proposed dimension of space. There was also emphasis on the connection between elements inorder to reflect the idea of “sliding�.


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Transformation Studio Project - ENDS 106 Design Studio Level I, Texas A&M University - Spring 2008

Project: Form and space developed to use as a sculpture gallery. The primary emphasis was the process of transforming the drawings developed for the project “Defining Space�.


Sculpture Model

Site Model

Structure Model


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Pavillion Studio Project- ENDS 205 Design Studio Level II, Texas A&M University - Fall 2008

Project: To design a pavillion with underlying concepts taken from architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies Van Der Rohe, and Le Corbusier. The emphasis was how the pavillion responded to a conceptual site and possible views. There is a varied interpretation of each architect; Mies’s “less is more”, Corbusier’s use of ramps and movement, and Wright’s incorporation into the site and an openess to the outside.

Site Plan


Plan 0

20ft

Section A

Section B


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Edward Norton House Studio Project- ENDS 206 Design Studio Level II, Texas A&M University - Spring 2009

East Elevation

Project: A house designed consistent with a client’s personality and interest. The primary emphasis is the incorporation of a series of planes and columns. The context is a residential retreat located near the city of Galveston taking advantage of issues such as views and daylighting.


Site Plan

First Floor UP

7 9 4

8

1

DN

DN

2 6

7

10

5

EntryLevel 1Kitchen 6Dinning 2Utility 7Garage 3Gathering 8Living 4Bathroom 9Library 5Studio/Office10Personal

Second Floor

4

DN

1

2

3

5

UpperLevel 1M.Bedroom 2M.Bathroom 3 Bedroom 2

North Elevation

4Bedroom3 5Bathroom

South Elevation

West Elevation


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Fire Station No. 8 Studio Project- ENDS 206 Design Studio Level II, Texas A&M University - Spring 2009

Project: To design a new fire station for the historical City of Brenham, Texas. The primary emphasis for this project was to develop a design that understands the contextual and cultural conditions of the local environment. Site Plan


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North Elevation 12 7 2

8

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9

6 1

5 3

South Elevation

4

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East Elevation

Floor Plan

West Elevation


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Veteran’s Clinic Studio Project- ARCH 271 Design Studio, University of Tennessee - Fall 2009

B

A

SECTION A

Section A

PERSPECTIVE

EXAM ROOM FLOOR PLAN 0 FT 0

4

8 8ft

Exam Room Floor Plan

SECTION A

Section B

Project: The design of a small veterans outpatient clinic in an interstice of Downtown Knoxville, Tennessee. The Examination Room was desgined first as a single element of the program. This then became a repetitive element of the final design. The final design was an exploration of the massing wall in its regards as a threshold component, occupiable zone, or storage area.

AXONOMETRIC

Exploded Axon


Entry Perspective

Entry Perspective

Massing Walls


3

2

A-A

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B-B

10

1

SITE PLAN AT 5 FT ABOVE GROUND PLANE

0 FT

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1 2 3 4 5

EXAM ROOMS WAITING ROOM RECEPTION / NURSES STATION PRELIM EXAMINATION MECHANICAL

6 STAFF LOUNGE 7 MISC STORAGE 8 OFFICES 9 RESTROOMS 10 BUS STOP


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Veteran’s Clinic Studio Project- ARCH 271 Design Studio, University of Tennessee - Fall 2009

East Elevation

Section A-A SECTION A-A

Section B-B

CTION B-B


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East Tennessee Oral History Museum Studio Project- ARCH 271 Design Studio, University of Tennessee - Fall 2009

Spatial Overlap SPATIAL OVERLAP

CORNER OF GAY AND CHURCH STREET

Corner of Gay and Church Street Form

Project: To design an annex to the East Tennessee History Museum. The space serves the function of an auditorial gallery of “voices”, a place to record personal memories of past historical events, and to provide classrooms for the community. A primary emphasis for this project was the understanding of the contextual and cultural conditions of the local environment. URBAN CONTEXT Urban Context

COLUMN GRID

Column Grid

ZONE OF CIRCULATION

Zone of Circulation


9

8 1 7

4

10

CHURCH STREET

6 2

5

B 3

2

3 1

1 4

GAY STREET

A

ENTRY LEVEL 0 FT

16 FT

32 FT

1 2 3 4 5

LOBBY FRONT DESK DIRECTORS OFFICE MEMORABILIA GALLERY PORTRAIT GALLERY

6 LECTURE ROOM 7 PUBLIC RESTROOMS 8 STORAGE 9 MECHANICAL 10 OUTDOOR SPACE

SECOND LEVEL

1 2 3 4

CLASSROOMS STORYBOOK COLLECTIONS RECORDING BOOTHS PUBLIC RESTROOMS


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East Tennessee Oral History Museum Studio Project- ARCH 271 Design Studio, University of Tennessee - Fall 2009

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Section B

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THIRD LEVEL

Section A 1 2 3 4 5

TOOL COLLECTION CHINA COLLECTION TEMPORARY GALLERY KITCHENETTE CURATORIAL OFFICE

6 WORKSHOOP 7 STORAGE 8 RESTROOM


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Vitra Hotel Studio Project- ARCH 305 Design Studio Level III, Texas A&M University - Spring 2009

Inspiration Inspiration

Form - Kidney Glomerulus

Form - Kidney Glomerlus

Typology- Inn at Middleton Place

Typology - Inn at Middleton Place

Project: To design a boutique hotel for the Vitra Campus located in

Room

Weil am Rhein, Germany. The primary emphasis for this project was to utilize the tools of the modeling software, Maya, to develop a language of sensibility based on inspiration. It works as a site plan in four parts. Each part houses a dierent program for the hotel. Site Plan


Cigar Lounge Level Room

18 16 18 7

Upper Suites Level 15 10

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P

14 13

9

Key Planlan Key

5

Scale: 1 /16th

1. Lobby 2. Reception Desk 3. Gallery / Gift Shop 4. Luggage Storage 5. OĆĽce 6. Employee Breakroom 7. Restrooms 8. Spa Reception 9. Spa 10. Gym 11. Laundry 12. Housekeeping 13. Restaurant 14. Kitchen 15. Bar 16. Humidor 17. Cigar Lounge

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8

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Systems Integration Main Vessel Primary

Vein Membrane Secondary

Fiber Composite Solar Thermal Collector

Steel Structure Member

Capilary Tube Mats Solar Thermal Cold Water Hot Water Hot Water


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Vitra Hotel Studio Project - ENDS 305 Design Studio Level III, Texas A&M University- Spring 2010


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Fire Station No. 6 Studio Project- ARCH 405 Design Studio Level IV, Texas A&M University - Fall 2010

Project: To design a new fire station for the City of College Station, Texas. The primary emphasis for this project was the integration of structural systems, and environmental systems with respect to context.


Tarrow Street (Low Traffic) TARROW ST (LOW TRAFFIC)

Concept CONCEPT PRIVATE Private

PUBLIC Public

APPARATUS BAY

University Drive (HeavyTRAFFIC) Traffic) UNIVERSITY DR (HEAVY

ACCESS ROAD AccessTO to MAIN Main Road

Site

SITE

SPATIAL OVERLAP

SemiPublic SEMI PUBLIC

Layout Concrete Trapezoids LAY OUT CONCRETE TRAPAZOIDS

PROGRAM Program Zones ZONES

SPATIAL OVERLAP Spatial Overlap SPATIAL OVERLAP

Define Outside Plane DEFINE OUTSIDE PLANE

U-LAYOUT U- Layout

U-LAYOUT

Defining DEFINING

Spatial Overlap

Drop-in DROP INGlass GLASSBoxes BOXES

U - Layout

Access ENTERING

VIEWS

Views


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2 24 3

4 18 15

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14 16 7

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First FLoor

0 ft

16 ft

10 1. Apparatus Bay 2. Hazmat Storage 3. Bunker Gear Storage 4. Storage 5. Watch Room 6. Elevator Mech Rm. 7. Elevator 8. Office 9. Lounge 10. Entry 11. Publice Restroom 12. Chief’s Office

Transverse Section

0 ft

16

North Elevation

0 ft

16

13. Chief’s Bedroom 14. Kitchen 15. Dining 16. Pantries 17. Restrooms 18. Bedrooms 19. Utility/ Washroom 20. Janitor Coset 21. Electrical Room 22. Public Restroom 23. Community Center 24. Lecture Hall


5

1 4 2 3

Second Floor 1. Day Room 2. Restroom 3. Excersize Room 4. Elevator 5. Storage

Longitudinal Section

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16

West Elevation

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16 ft


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Community Center

Kitchen


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AHU Placement

Structural Framing Plan GG

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1-4 1-7

1-3 1-1

1-9 1-2

1-8

1-6

Duct Run

1-2 1-3

1-7 1-4

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1-6

1-1 DD

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Solar Thermal Placement

Plumbing

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Fire Station No. 6 Studio Project- ARCH 405 Design Studio Level IV, Texas A&M University - Fall 2010

Details A A

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Drawings Portfolio - Bachelor of Environmental Design, Texas A&M University- 2006 -2011

“Gestures”- Light Charcoal - Drawing I, Lone Star College - Spring 2006


“Outdoor Sketch” - Woodless Graphite Pencils- Drawing I, Lone Star College - Spring 2006


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“One Point Perspective”-Pencil - ENDS 115 Design Communiction, Texas A&M University - Fall 2007


“Section Analysis”-Pencil - ENDS 105 Design Studio, Texas A&M University - Fall 2007


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“Azimuth Redesign� - Colored Pencil- ENDS 115 Design Communication, Texas A&M University - Spring 2008


“Artist Reproduction”- Pastels - ENDS 115 Design Communication, Texas A&M University - Spring 2008


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“Still Life”- Charcoal - Drawing I, Lone Star College - Spring 2006



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