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this is a collection of work from my time at auburn university


content community performance center

selected works

thesis I dissonance I urban

house I library I travel hub

chicago children’s hospital

photography

city I context I purpose

digital I film I amateur

trakya, tr trainstation remodel

drawings and sketches

campus I re-use I international

thoughts I sketches I watercolor

birmingham school of debate

travel

site I connection I play

europe I middle east I america

arboretum mixed use

contact information

wood I sustainable I auburn

resume


community performance center ongoing work of my thesis project, a study of dissonance as a tool for shaping an urban condition


alabama

auburn

montgomery


diagrams a quick diagram for varying levels of complexity. this can be applied to space, program, form, ect.

a diagram expressing dissonance as a way to reduce static.; puncture, overlay, and occupy, where occupy is a result of puncture


site

the location of the site is on troy university’s montgomery campus. the site used to have a road running through it ending in the federal courthouse marker in black. the goal of this project is to inspire the return of an urban condition that focuses on the relationship of people the arts and the capitol.


plans

event space floor

ground floor plan


section


elevations


elevations


perspective


chicago children’s hospital


trakya, tr trainstation remodel our project while in istanbul was to re-imagine a poorly kept trainstation on trakya university’s campus into a school for architecture. we were not limited to the existing shell however, and were given the freedom to expand on current campus needs as we saw fit. for example, i added a wing to the school that incorporated a new museum to honor the treaty between greece and turkey.


trakya

T端rkiye

istanbul


site figure ground


birmingham school of debate site I connection I play


alabama

birmingham auburn


BIRMINGHAM school of debate


arboretum mixed use wood I sustainable I auburn


alabama

auburn


college street


selected works house I library I travel hub


photography digital I film I amateur


drawings and sketches thoughts I sketches I watercolor


san fransisco

san diego

new york travel

home fairhope, al


scotland where i decided to be an architect at the age of 11 and build castles

istanbul a semester abroad

italy rome venice florence


contact information

references Tarik Orgen, professor of Architecture I 334.844.4519 I orgen@auburn.edu Justin Miller, professr of Architecture I 334.844.5171 I jkm0001@auburn.edu


CHRIS PARKER

chrisjparker11@gmail.com 1.251.709.6692 1477 North Donahue Drive apt. 1310 Auburn, Alabama 36830

education Auburn University College of Architecture, Design, and Construction auburn, alabama Bachelor of Architecture, class of 2013 Istanbul Technical University istanbul, turkey Semester Abroad Fairhope High School fairhope, alabama Advanced High School Diploma

fall 2007- present spring 2011 fall 2004-2007

work experience

Goodrich Aerospace foley, alabama summer 2008 Total Preventative Maintenance team member maintained various daily operations throughout the plant, fabricated objects to enhance workflow Art’s Music Shop montgomery, alabama summer 2010 Woodwind Repair Technician performed minor to major repairs on woodwind instruments

honors and activities

skills

Placed First in Anual Second Year Competition spring 2010 Project: design a mixed use building for an arboretum that expressed the architectural capabilities of wood Prize: $1250 for school expenses Chosen for the Paul Rudolph Fellows studio spring 2012 Led by Brian Bell and David Yokum of Bldgs studio in Atlanta, GA American Institute of Architecture Students fall 2010- present Member Design Charette led by LTL’s David Lewis spring 2010 four day charette in mobile, alabama focusing on rising water levels Digital: sketchup, autocad, vray, adobe suite, microsoft suite, and with working knowledge of revit, ecotect, visari, vector works Physical: drafting, model building, sketching, watercolor, rendering,


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