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The designs in this portfolio represent samples of my architectural experience as well as various pieces from a previous career in designing and fabricating highend millwork and furniture. My introduction to design began with five years of training in the woodshop and has since been expanded by earning a master’s degree in architecture. The time in the shop gave me a sense of materiality, structure and traditional design. Studying for my master’s allowed me to incorporate that sensibility into modern design theory. My formal schooling also allowed me to develop my rendering skills with a special focus on imagery and film to better explore and illustrate my designs. Any physical work shown here is constructed not only by my own hands but, more importantly, from my own design.

d e s i g n S TAT EM EN T

-Daniel Temple


PART ONE -

DESIGN

URBAN AGRICULTURE - SUSTAINABILITY

PHYTOGENESIS

COMPETITION - MATERIALITY - STRUCTURE

PITKIN NURSERY CULINARY ARTS COLLEGE COOMBA COMMUNITY CENTER

URBAN RENEWAL - COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

MAIN STREET REDESIGN THE BARLEY PIT

CONCEPT - BEAUTY

GARDEN PAVILION CREEKSIDE CABIN THE LOFT

PART TWO 06 14 18 22 24 28 30 32 34

BUILT DESIGN

INTERIOR OFFICE SPANISH STYLE RESIDENCE FURNITURE

38 40 41

EXTERIOR PAVILION FAMILY HOME

42 44

TOOLS OF THE TRADE

46

PART THREE -

IMAGES

ARCHITECTURAL SKETCHING PROFESSIONAL RENDERING

50 54

RESUME

58

CONTENTS


PART ONE -

Designs

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seattle, WA - phyto GENESIS Final graduate project

UP

Circulation Bike Storage + Shared Space

533 SF

Chase

Chase

128 SF

480 SF

UP

Circulation

128 SF

Kitchen RR

RR

148 SF

149 SF

RR

RR

148 SF

149 SF

Chase

Corner Apartment Lagoon

415 SF

Kitchen

533 SF

Chase

475 SF

Large Apartment

Studio Apartment

420 SF

350 SF

Mech + Living Machine

475 SF

1657 SF Atrium

Mech + Living Machine

This award winning mixed-use building seeks to satisfy the Living Building Challenge, promote urban agriculture, and give Lake City, Seattle an iconic building to help improve its image and identity. 1657 SF

Settlement Tank

Atrium

Anoxic Tank

Bistro

2150 SF

2642 SF

Bistro

Open Above

2150 SF

Large Apartment

Family Apartment

420 SF

Compost

915 SF Open Below

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Wetlands

Large Apartment

420 SF

Compost

Service Alley

Anoxic Tank

Service Alley

Settlement Tank

2642 SF

Open Above

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Farmers Market

3044 SF Large Apartment

Farmers Market

420 SF

Lobby

3044 SF

614 SF

UP

Lobby

614 SF Vertical Garden

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4952 SF Cafe

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1470 SF

Cafe

phytoGENESIS PROGRAM (Results pending - July 2013) vimeo.com/65990602

Excellence in Analysis

http://sustainabilityworkshop.autodesk.com/ 

‘Best Student Film’ Nominee

1470 SF

floor one 

Floor 1 floor one 

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floors two to four 

Floors 2-4

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Floor Five 

Floor 5

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THE LBC PETALS

Daniel Temple

Residential   

  

Beauty

Commercial   

  

Site

Water

Energy

Health

Materials

Equity

Sustainable  

 

http://ilbi.org/lbc

new Fire station   

Project Location

Building site    

Public Library     

Grocery Store    

Farmer's Market  

Seattle

Mini Park  

Lake City, Seattle

Southeast entrance

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The main spaces on the first floor are a farmer’s market, a cafe and a bistro. The second through fourth floors include apartments and a green ramp system on the south side. The fifth floor is occupied by the eco-machine, which treats all the wastewater for the building.

South facade - Night


The atrium


GARDEN APARTMENTS The mixed-used nature of the building allows apartment dwellers direct access to the vertical gardens, living machine, bistro, cafe and farmer’s market. It also serves as an ongoing opportunity to educate themselves about sustainable living and nature. To ensure that the presence of renters will enhance and support the building's ecological nature, their contracts will feature an agreement to cultivate the garden space provided on each unit's deck.

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THE FILM

Best Student Film - Nominee (Winner TBA July 8th 2013) 3dawards.cgarchitect.com

This short computer generated animation explores the connection between nature, beauty and sustainability in PhytoGenesis

Northeast corner - Night

Northeast corner - Day

PhytoGenesis Animation: vimeo.com/65990602


Hydroponic planters

Curtain Wall

The Living Building Challenge promotes the practice of urban agriculture. The green ramps in this project allow for tenants to grow plants for themselves and the farmers market on the first floor.

BEAUTY

Corresponding with the Living Building Challenge, this building highlights the inherent beauty of sustainable, responsible design. By keeping the form simple and the structure legible the casual observer is able to understand the concept and purpose behind the spaces. This helps the building to be educational and inspirational. Curtain wall detail


EQUITY

In correspondence with the Living Building Challenge's petal of 'Equity,' the ramps, apartments and all the public spaces are fully accessible. The ramps never exceed a 1 in 12 slope and they have a landing every thirty feet.

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Ramp system

Green ramps


water and waste WATER ANDsystems WASTE

Rooftop wetlands

phytoGENESIS Daniel Temple

The eco machine that  is integrated into the  building deals with   100% of the building’s  wastewater It needs. produces potable water   and allows for a closed  loop and self-sustaining   system.

 sewage

Anoxic Tanks

Program

Rainwater 

Residential   

Settlement Tanks

 Beauty Equity Sand Filter     

  

Commercial   

  

Site

Sustainable  

 

Eco Machine Health

WATER Water

Energy

Cisterns

intended solely for human delight and the celebration of culture, spirit and place appropriate to its function'

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Aerated Lagoons

Water Living Building Challenge The requires that all designs deal with   the rainwater that falls on their  site. Certain allowances can be  made for sites that receive large  amount of rain. 

Materials


Wide Flange

Roof Assembly

HSS Column



Water



surplus

 

Site



 

turbin es

thin film pv

Sustainable

Health



Tubular Spaceframe

  

crystaline pv

Z-Girt Purlin

  



wide Flange

Commercial

HVAC LOADS

Spider clips

Beauty

  

Materials

Equity

ENERGY Energy

ject must contain design features nded solely for human delight d the celebration of culture, spirit and place ppropriate to its function'

Crystalline PV Panel

  

A full energy analysis was run in order to compare the building’s demands with the power supplied by the photovoltaics and turbines. The conclusion was that the building can generate all the energy it needs without the power grid. The project received an Excellence in Analysis Award from Autodesk’s Sustainability Workshop.



 

   

 

Roof Detail









new Fire station

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moscow, ID - Research PITKIN NURSERY and Learning Center ‘BEST USE OF IDAHO WOOD’ COMPETITION - 1ST PLACE Judges: Steven Rainville - Olson Kundig Architects Ken Gallegos - LCA Architects Mark Brinkmeyer - Idaho Forest Group

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Western Red Cedar board and batten siding

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Glulam Beam

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Glulam Column

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Douglas Fir Column

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Douglas Fir Rafter

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Birch veneer panels

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Western White Pine

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Reclaimed lumber from grain silos (Moscow, ID)

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Western Red Cedar operable shading

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Western Red Cedar mullions and sash work

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Western Larch Flooring from UI Experimental Forest

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Northeast Exterior


Program Section A-A’

Passive Solar

Standing Seam Deck

Hallway Glulam Rafter

Light Shelf

Axonometric

Operable Clerestory

Operable Shading

Radiant Heating

Reinforced Concrete

Geothermal Pipes

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Classroom

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HEATING + COOLING

PLANTING OUR FUTURE The Pitkin nursery is leading the way to a sustainable future where timber is both harvested and planted in a responsible manner. Some of the wood in this structure was planted and harvested by the nursery itself, including much of the trim work and the larch flooring in the hallway.

Active systems Performance Analysis (Ecotect) Conclusions:

- Without shading DF would be too high - With shading situation is optimal because there is a surplus of natu - The passive strategies involving thermal mass are quite likely to wo based off of incident solar radiation - The circulation space receives enough borrowed light to reduce the for much electric lighting. - Cooling is not necessary - Heating loads spike in January and December as expected

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Rear elevation + gardens

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Shading and Glazing Operable shading devices combined with hinged clerestory glazing gives the opportunity to control both light and internal heat gain.

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North facade - Night


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seattle, WA - culinary arts college 2012 AISC Steel Competition Entry

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Located only a few hundred feet from Elliot Bay, this culinary arts college references both nautical and natural elements. Its form is reminiscent of a ship’s prow breaking through the waves while the radial shading pattern on the facade was inspired both by a sunburst over the horizon as well as the rigging of a ship. The program of the building promotes multiple uses, including a restaurant, a culinary arts college and rentable office space in the tower, and an urban vineyard + winery.

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Urban Winery

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Rented Office

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‘Food is our common ground, a universal experience’ - James Beard

Shading device Longspan spaceframe Tubular steel frame

Wide flange Steel brace Tubular steel column

Glazing Tubular steel strut

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Teaching kitchen + garden

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Restaurant

The building’s prow gestures to the south and its shading devices hint at a ship’s rigging. With Elliot Bay in the background, the sense of water and the ocean is always present. The building is contextual with the historic brick and the warehouse district since it provides a contrast to both and remains sufficiently abstract.


THE FINS The radial fins on the ‘prow’ of the building provide optimized shading and shear strength.

Tubular Braces Custom Joint with Sleeves

Rooftop vineyard

URBAN VINEYARD The urban vineyard will provide grapes for the small, urban winery on the fifth floor. The spaceframe that supports it changes from a regular grid to a series of braces in order to allow free passage to the tower. The joint is a custom welded elbow with sleeves attached for the framewrok tubing.

SOUTHERN ENTRANCE Fronted by a small garden and pond, the southern facade of the building features a sunburst style shading device. Both expressive of the elemental nature of the building and succesful in shading the tower where needed, the radial pattern also braces and supports the mullion system. Southern entrance - Pond view

Southern entrance at dawn


boise, ID - coomba COMMUNITY center Creating a place for learning art and craft ICMA COMPETITION (2011) - 2ND PLACE

Entrance at night

Central hallway

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LEARNING - The Coomba Community Center provides a classroom that can Roofing Aggregate Z-Girt be used by at-risk youth as well as for after hours classes for the community Batt Insulation in everything from computer classes to the liberal arts. ART - The visual Finish Ceiling and performing arts space allows students to paint, perform and experience 1-1/2” Corrugated art in their everyday lives. CRAFT - The shop, garden and teaching\learning Metal Decking kitchen gives the chance to learn by making and doing. The gallery gives a 2” Rigid Foam Insulation chance to display and celebrate the work. The central hallway provides a space where the passerby can experience both the art and the artist in a unique and intimate way. The datum of the hallway is expressed both internally by using columns and externally by using trees, columns and paths.

Flashing Bond Beam HVAC System

Beam Inset + Bolted to CMU

Concrete Cap Glulam Beams 4” CMU Veneer Wall

2” Rigid Foam Insulation

Hollow Double Wythe Wall Insulation Tubular Steel Column

Interior 8” CMU Bearing Wall

6” Reinforced Slab Reinforced Stem Wall Reinforced Concrete Footing

Isolated Column Footing

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lapwai, ID - main street REDESIGN Uncovering an urban identity

Lapwai - Entrepreneurial Center + street view

Studio Partner: Jose Gallegos

Community Partners: Nez Perce Tribe


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By working with the Nez Perce tribe, this community project seeks to rejuvinate a town that is in danger of losing its identity and community. Taking into account feedback from UP the tribe as well as the cultural origins of the place, this project seeks to reaffirm Lapwai as the home of the Nez Perce and the ‘Place of the Butterfly.’

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The central plaza features a spiral design, emphasizing movement through time. Each of the four corner buildings represents a stage in the tribe’s lifecycle: origins, tribal era, contemporary and future.

A natural core element, Main Street should be lively and pedestrian friendly. In Lapwai, there was no continuous street wall, no sense of identity, often not even any sidewalks. Our design focused on correcting those ills and gives Lapwai a new and unique sense of place. The Entrepreneurial Center acts as an incubator for start-up businesses in the town, encouraging growth and industry.

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Bistro

Entrepreneurial Building

Greenway + sculpture


Lapwai Animation: vimeo.com/33325673 During our presentation to the tribe, we also shared a short film we had created for the project. It prooved to be an effective way to communicate both our ideas and the spaces themselves.

Entrepreneurial Center

City Hall remodel

The local farmer’s market gives the town a natural place to share their produce. There are many farmers in the area, but currently everything gets shipped twenty miles away to the city of Lewiston. This forces the locals to commute for produce that is grown right next door.

‘RIGHT NOW, THE ONLY TIMES WE SEE OUR LOCAL FARMERS ARE WHEN THEY FLY OVER THEIR FIELDS’ -Nez Perce community member

Local Market


moscow, ID - THE BARLEY PIT The Legacy Crossing Redesign

As part of a theoretical three block redesign for the city of Moscow’s Urban Renewal Agency, The Barley Pit became the focus building. The goal was to design a street corner brewery that addressed the noisy highway and also adjoins the more peaceful courtyard in back.

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Southeast corner - Night

Studio Partners: Jose Gallegos (Architecture) Tessa Grundler (ID) Sam White (ID) Community Partners: City of Moscow, Idaho


PASSIVE STRATEGIES

Passive strategies such as stack ventilation and controlled daylighting help minimize heating and cooling loads.

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View in from the sidewalk

Interior Perspective


moscow, ID - garden PAVILION

The journey’s reward

Nearly every culture has a heroic figure: a character of mythic proportions separating himself from society for the sake of a goal, suffering trials and, ultimately, finding renewal in the completion of the task at hand. This story is universal in that we all seek renewal, fulfillment, and a satisfying end to our own journey.

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Nature itself embodies the goal of the epic quest, namely rebirth and renewal. The very word ‘nature’ derives from the Latin word natus, meaning ‘to be born.’ Therefore, it is fitting that this pavilion be placed at the heart of an arboretum, a place reserved for nature. Once one enters the structure – suspended on the water, the steps to the entrance barely above the surface – the separation from the world outside is complete. The journeyer’s reward is one of solitude, peace and the many vistas of nature seen from within the pavilion.


Pavilion - Interior perspective


winthrop, WA - creekside CABIN A shelter in the woods

This retreat in the woods was a personal project during the Christmas break of 2011-12. The intention was to explore the design of a small cabin structure that was compatible with its peaceful setting.

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PROCESS

Moving from simple napkin sketches to digital tablet painting to 3D rendering, the project developed through a variety of media.


Concept sketch


The loft An Urban Retreat Begun as a studio scene to test my furniture designs, this loft style apartment eventually developed to the point where it took on a life of its own. The furniture shown here is mostly conceptual. The side table has been built, but the bed and bohemian style chair have not. The cloth, furniture and room are fully three dimensional. Very little ‘post production’ work was done. The painting is a traditional Japanese painting which helped inspire the headboard design.


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OFFICE This formal office, inspired by the later works of Greene and Greene, was designed and built for a family member. It includes a mixture of Mediterranean, Arts & Crafts and a hint of the Orient. The wood of choice is African Mahogany. All the joints are mortise and tenon with ebony pegs. I made all custom molding and then finished everything in place. The emphasis is on craft and beauty while still preserving utility.

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spanish style RESIDENCE Near the end of my apprenticeship and just as I was starting my own business, I was contracted to help in a design-build project on a Spanish style residence. It was my job to design and construct the doors, windows, mouldings, and other projects in the house including custom ceiling treatments and some furniture.


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Magazine Cabinet

Furniture Included are some examples of fine art furniture. They cover a range of styles and materials. Some have been commissions; others have been gifts or for personal use. The Jatoba Table

All Things in Motion


PAVILION Completed in 2009, this Douglas Fir, timber framed pavilion was intended to give the clients a comfortable place in their back yard to sit and enjoy their property. All joints are full mortise and tenon held together with oak pegs in the traditional timber framing style. The arcade of corbels gives a sense of enclosure while simultaneously framing views. The stone knee wall gives shear strength and lends a sense of weight to the design.


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family HOME This simple, craftsman style home represents my first opportunity to take a project from beginning to end. From early sketches to construction documents, the project took shape over a period of two years. It is now built and awaiting a front porch. This render shows it in its completed state.


A1 Plywood or hardboard sheet between rafters to provide clear space for attic ventilation

3/4" Sheathing

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Hardi Siding Soffit with Cont. Screened Vent

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Blocking Felt Underlayment (Shingles not Shown)

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tools of the TRADE SHOP MACHINERY Using tools both new and old, my wood shop enabled me to design and build a variety of projects. Most of the larger machines were manufactured before 1940. They provide the power necessary for heavy cuts and the precision and reliability needed for a productive workshop. These older pieces of equipment are of a uniquely high quality. While requiring some additional work in order to rehabilitate them, in the end they provide a superior experience and are a joy to use.

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47 PERSONAL RENDER FARM In order to expedite my digital work, I decided to construct a small scale render farm. By modifying a standard IKEA file cabinet with wood and aluminum parts, my father and I constructed this incredibly compact tower. This small case houses three computers (nodes) and has 24 threads of processing power.


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Urban sketching Conceptual sketch\montage for Seattle Culinary Institute


PALOUSE SHELTERED HOUSE W.R. McClure Architect

Wendy McClure - Architect Daniel Temple - Rendering Artist Pamela Overholtzer - Assistant Design

professional RENDERING UP

CLOSET TO VIEWING STUDIO

UP

MASTER BATH

CLOSET MECH RM

LAUNDRY

BATH BATH

CLOSET CLOSET CLOSET

Garage BEDROOM HALL

Green roof

My role in this project was to act as rendering artist and assist with designing the entirely three dimensional landscape.

CLOSET BATH

PANTRY MASTER BEDROOM

MEDIA RM BEDROOM

CLOSET

ENTRY

GREAT ROOM

OFFICE

DN

Wildlife Viewing Studio

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CLOSET

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Light shelf

Living room

Living room + kitchen

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Looking west from the pond


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Palouse Sheltered House - Southern panorama


EDUCATION:

PUBLICATIONS:

Master of Architecture - University of Idaho GPA: 4.0

PhytoGenesis: The Making Of - Invited as a nominee to write online article CGArchitect, Pending

Bachelor of Applied Science - Lewis-Clark State College Minor: Business Administration

BIM in Small-Scale Sustainable Design - Book Review Society of Building Science Educators -Spring 2012 Issue

Associate of Architectural Drafting - North Idaho College Associate of Business Administration - North Idaho College Technical Drafting Certificate - North Idaho College Mike Lin 2 Week Graphics Workshop Certificate Autodesk Revit Architecture 2011 - Certified Associate

HONORS + COMPETITIONS + SCHOLARSHIPS:

WORKSHOPS + PUBLIC SPEAKING: ASID - Guest Lecturer (2010 -12) AIAS - Guest Lecturer - 3 day Revit Workshop (2011)

SKILLSET:

AIA Henry Adams Medal (2013) ARCC/King Student Medal (2013) Autodesk Excellence in Analysis Award (2013) Alumni Award of Excellence (2012) Best Student Film - CGArchitect 3D Awards - Nominee (Winner TBA July 2013) ‘Best Use of Idaho Wood’ competition - 1st place (2012) Idaho Concrete Masonry Association competition - 2nd place (2011) Arthur Troutman Poetic Engineering Scholarship (2012) Nominated by U of I for ZGF Scholarship (2012) David Gifford Pierce Memorial Scholarship (2011)

Hand Sketching + Rendering Revit + Vasari 3ds Max Design Adobe Software -Photoshop, inDesign, Illustrator, After Effects VRay + VRay RT Ecotect Mental Ray + iRay GrowFX


Employment History:

Temporary Lecturer - University of Idaho (2010 -12)

Arch 504 (ID 404) Advanced Rendering and Revit Arch 404 Special Topics: Revit Architecture Arch 244 Computer Aided Drafting and Design Arch 243 Digital Design Tools for Architects and Interior Designers

Architectural Millwork + Furniture Design (2006 - Present)

After finishing with my informal five year apprenticeship, I started my own shop. I did largely interior design jobs involving but not limited to: coffered ceilings, wainscoting, custom cabinets, furniture, occasional stained glass work, doors and windows.

Design Consultant - Huntwood Custom Cabinets (2009)

I was hired to help facilitate the creation of a new department at Huntwood Cabinets specializing in high end moulding and furniture. I also wrote a piece of software that attempted to streamline the bidding process. I left Huntwood once my projects were complete in order to attend graduate school at the University of Idaho.

(208) 640-1722 17919 W. Riverview Dr. Post Falls, ID 83854

Architectural Millwork Shop (2001 - 2006) Employer: Karl Stromberg Custom Millwork

I began my apprenticeship in the Fall of ‘01 working at Karl Stromberg’s shop. I was trained and critiqued in classical furniture design and also in complex millwork jobs. We typically focused on one home or structure at a time and would create everything custom and in-house. There was an emphasis on cohesiveness of design, proportion, and honest craftsmanship.

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Portfolio - Daniel Temple