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OCHUKO EVWARAYE A COLLECTION OF WORK


RESUME OF OCHUKO B. EVWARAYE

(937)-901-5233

ochukoe@gmail.com

2012- Present (May 2014 expected graduation) Study: Masters of Architecture

Ohio State University GPA: 3.65

Columbus, OH

2010-2011 Study: Masters of Architecture

Georgia Institute of Technology GPA: 3.65

Atlanta, GA

2006-2010 Major: Architecture Status: Graduated

Bowling Green State University Minor: Art GPA: 3.67

Bowling Green, OH

EDUCATION

SOFTWARE KNOWLEDGE Auto CAD Sketch Up

Revit Architecture Photoshop

ACHIEVEMENTS AND INVOLVEMENTS + + + + + + + + +

Rhino 4 Illustrator

3Ds Max InDesign

Studio work published in Georgia Tech School of Architecture Design + Research spring magazine Chosen to be a commencement speaker at the 2010 BGSU spring graduation Named to the Dean’s List in the semesters between 2007 – 2010 Awarded first place in 2008 National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMAF) Architecture student design competition In the summer of 2008, participated in a three week Study Abroad experience in London and France Brief internship with Linedota Architects in London in 2008 Played four years of Division I soccer at Bowling Green State University Named to 2008 All-MAC (Mid-American Conference) Academic Team for varsity soccer and outstanding academic achievements Participated in Student Achievement in Research and Scholarship(STARS) program in 2006

Maya Sketchbook Pro


WORK EXPERIENCE 2011 - 2012

Phillips Partnership

Atlanta, GA

Job Title: Project Assistant/ Drafter/ Intern + Worked on Construction Documents and Design Development for Old Navy and GAP retail stores. 2010 (Summer)

BGSU Athletic Dpt.

Bowling Green, OH

Job Title: Designer + Designed and created physical models for BGSU soccer stadium renovation which was built in 2011 2009 (Summer)

BGSU Athletic Dpt.

Bowling Green, OH

Job Title: Designer/ Project manager +Designed the new layout for Bowling Green men’s locker room +Designed and created 2D CAD drawings and V-ray renderings +Participated in interviews and hiring of various construction companies +Supervised and oversaw all construction throughout the project 2008 (Summer)

Megen Construction

Job title: Construction Manager +Documented construction workers daily progress +Conveyed instruction from clients to the workers +Reported daily problems and oversaw their correction +Organized and participated in progress meetings

Cincinnati, OH


The Shell

This comprehensive studio project called for the design for an Arts Academy to be located in “the middle of nowhere�. The site we chose was the Sahara desert in Algeria. This remote location called for a building that would shield the occupants from the harsh sun and wind conditions by creating a shaded oasis that conformed organically to the rocky site. Sustainability was an important element of the design that influenced the shape size and materials chosen for the building. This was a group project with Shomari Lambert and John Myers. All images shown are my own unless otherwise noted,


North

50 kh/h

40 km/h

36 32 28 25 21 18 hrs 14 10 7 <3

30 kh/h

20 kh/h

10 kh/h

East

South

*this page consists of images from group work.


*this page consists of images from group work.


STUDIOS

UNITS

SAND GALLERY

COMMON SPACE.

LC HALL

SERVICE

AD. CIRC.

ROCK VOLUMES


Field Conditioned

The capabilities of a flexible matrix are tested against the rigid program, rules and requirements for a functional library. While maintaining the essence of the matrix with its own rules and specifications, this project tests its capacity to adapt to the library’s conditions. When these two contrasting elements merge, the result is a brand new way to view habitable and functional buildings, where wall, floor, roof, enclosure and structure are re-defined. The location for this project is Atlanta, Georgia south of Georgia Tech on the corner of Marietta St. NW and Ponders Ave NW.

0’

150’


merge: several surface areas are merged together to create a continuity and seemless flow

stretched: several planes are pulled to create habitable spaces

merge and combine: used to respond to party wall seemlessly slicing plane: applied to all sides and top


A

B

SECTION A

SECTION B


SOUTH ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION


The Green Mile

The stark contrast between the characteristics and circulation of the University of Toledo and the community south of campus has transformed Dorr street into a barrier dividing the two communities. To better integrate the University and the community Dorr street has been transformed into a green belt with axial connections that penetrate both opposing sides creating a common linear area between the two. This â&#x20AC;&#x153;green beltâ&#x20AC;? will be home to several services that both the university and residential communities can share. The research and diagrams for the project was done with two other group members.


EXISTING GREEN SPACES

MAIN ROADS

PROPERTY VALUES

PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION


EXISTING CONNECTIONS

PARKING

CAMPUS ENTRIES

VEHICULAR CONNECTIONS


UT


Lasting Impressions

Video advertising is an aspect of Pop Culture that represents the genre as a whole through its purpose, production and effects. To generate interest, commercials attempt to draw out emotional responses from the viewers thus grabbing their attention and creating a connection. The method in which they are created is a compilation of various images, sounds, colors, and clips compressed into a short fleeting moment. Though they last for very short periods of time, their impressions are intended to be long lasting. This building, a Pop culture museum is a physical representation of commercials. Located beside an existing television station the building rises from the ground taking a sweeping shape that creates a viewing area in front of the building.

LINEAR ORIGIN

DIRECTIONAL CHANGE

VIEWS OF SCREEN

CIRCULATION AROUND

ENTRANCES


SCREEN WALL DETAIL


Valencia

This class project called for the design of an educational center for the study of Museology. Located in Valencia, Spain on the site of the Museum of Arts and Sciences by Santiago Calatrava, the building blends into a site dominated by massive structures. The buildingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s design is a representation of the continuous growth and progression of Valencia that stems from its deep cultural roots.


massing

natural light

The site is located on a dried up river bed that once flowed into the city. A suiting surface for the buildingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s organic form to grow out of.

circulation


PROGRAM: public

office

educaitonal

gallery


Origami Pavilion

This project began with the exploration of forms by cutting and folding paper. This exploration produces forms that are unique to origami which can later be imitated with other materials. This pavilion explores the word â&#x20AC;&#x153;transformationâ&#x20AC;? and demonstrates it in sequences. Beginning with a basic shape, the pavilion expands and transforms in five phases, each phase more complex with more folds, twists and cuts than the previous.


Competitorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Path

This project was a concrete masonry design build competition. I participated with group members Hannah Lambert and Susan Sontag. We created this design as a representation of the many paths a competitor may take in order to reach their desired goal. The Journey of a competitor is one filled with obstacles and boundaries. The competitor must take risks to reach the desired goal, the sought after plateau that will hold them high above all others. This design embodies the journey from a lower state to a new plateau.


Our group took first place in the competition and presented our design at the 2007 Nation Concrete Masonry Association conference in Indianapolis.


thank you.


a collection of work  

My latest portfolio to include graduate work from Georgia tech and Ohio State as well as undergraduate work from BGSU.

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