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designs & creative works by devyn bernal


“All architecture is shelter, all great architecture is the design of space that contains, cuddles, exalts, or stimulates the persons in that space.�

- Philip Johnson


Intent The body of work included in this portfolio aims to exemplify my experience and capabilities in the field of architecture, with the ultimate goal of earning a full time architectural design position at a firm that would use my skill sets in documentation, ingenuity, and productivity to further the firm’s work load eďŹƒciency and overall brand. Subsequently, enhancing my design comprehension, creativity, and experience in the field, which will presumably lead to my professional licensure. The combination of professional internship experience and educational experiences in design-build and classical architecture ultimately intend to make me a more well rounded candidate in order to better suit the firm I work for and to enrich my career.

Devyn E. Bernal bernaldevyn@gmail.com

(321) 271-5302 university of Colorado denver university of Florida 2010-2017 Architectural Works


EDUCATION

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Revit BIm Software Adobe Suite: Photoshop Illustrator InDesign bluebeam digital Rendering VRay Maxwell Revit Cloud Artistic Sketching Rhino 3d Modeling Sketchup AutoCAd Hand drafting Model building Painting basic Carpentry microsoft Office: excel Outlook newforma

Master of Architecture university of Colorado denver Completion: May 2017 GPA: 3.9/4.0 bachelor of design in Architecture university of Florida, Gainesville, FL Completion: May 2014 Magna Cum Laude Study Abroad Program January 2014- May 2014 Vicenza Institute of Architecture with the university of Florida, Vicenza, Italy Coursework: Architectural design 8, Materials & Methods 2, Architectural Sketching, Italian Language & Culture

EXPERIENCE

Architectural Intern barker Rinker Seacat Architecture, denver, CO, June 2015-Present Summer Intensive Studio: Classical Architecture Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA), Manhattan, ny Awards: driehaus Scholar, May 2016 Completion: July 2016 design build Studio Colorado building Workshop university of Colorado, denver, CO Completion: June 2016 Coursework: designed and built a micro cabin in the mountains of Leadville, CO Role: Structural Lead on the Construction documents team Teaching Assistant university of Florida, Gainesville, FL August 2013-december 2013 ▪ Selected by faculty during my fourth year of undergraduate school to serve as an assistant to the Professor and Instructors guiding Architectural design 1 students.


Curriculum Vitae

AWARDS CERTIFICATES & PUBLICATIONS

2016 Architizer A+ Awards xS Residential Category Colorado Outward bound School (CObS) year-Round Micro Cabins 2016 Residential Architect design Awards (RAdA) CObS year-Round Micro Cabins dezeen Magazine CObS year-Round Micro Cabins 20 december 2016 Architect Magazine CObS year-Round Micro Cabins 15 december 2016 Institute of Classical Architecture and Art Certificate July 2016 Design Build Certificate - CU Denver Colorado building Workshop June 2016 Clinton Scholar Center for Advanced Research in Traditional Architecture december 2016 LEED gA Certificate April 2017

APPLICABLE COURSES

graduate Architecture Studio III-VI university of Colorado denver Architectural design Studio 1-8 university of Florida BIm Principles & Practices in Revit university of Colorado denver Traditional design Studio & Seminar university of Colorado denver Historic Preservation Theory & Practices university of Colorado denver Architectural Structures I-II, Materials and Methods of Construction I-II, Environmental Technologies I-II university of Florida & university of Colorado denver Professional Practice, Architecture Single Source Project delivery university of Colorado denver Interior Design Innovation university of Florida AutoCAd Fundamentals brevard Community College

INVOLVEMENT

Students for Classical Architecture August 2015-May 2017 AIAS member January 2010-Present Catalyst for Change August 2013-december 2013 ▪ Worked with a team of architecture students and landscape architecture students to design and reinvigorate a children’s park in the Gainesville area. CRu, Campus Crusaders for Christ August 2010-May 2011 Volunteer for brevard County Parks and Recreation fall 2010


Far Right: Humboldt Cabin


Design Build Microcabins

Colorado Outward Bound School Senior Staff Lodging Humboldt Cabin | Leadville, Colorado graduate Level Architectural Design IV Spring 2016 Professor Rick Sommerfeld aided by Andrew Paddock, & Jd Signom In Collaboration with Craig Dunn, michael Black, & Henry Spiegel Colorado building Workshop | university of Colorado denver

Located on a steep hillside in a lodgepole pine forest, these cabins were designed as micro dormitories for a community of outdoor educators. The cabins sit lightly on the landscape, directing views from private spaces towards trees, rock outcroppings and distant mountain views of the Mosquito Range. More public “community” views are directed into social spaces that develop from the organization of the cabins in relationship to one another. The group consisted of twenty eight students in total. In smaller teams of four we built seven year-round cabins. All of which include heating and lighting. Four are single occupancy and three are double occupancy.


VIEW & ORIENTATION

DIVISION OF SPACE

PRIVATE-PUBLIC-EXTERIOR


YEAR-ROUND SINgLE UNIT CABIN 200 SF INTERIOR SPACe 100 SF EXTERIOR SPACE

SIP and traditional wood framed construction with steel beam and column base, wrapped in a hot-rolled steel and cedar envelope.


Flat roof holds snow in the winter for an additional R-30 insulation Private “compressed� decks for introverted senior outward bound guides Hot rolled steel cladding used as a rainscreen to protect cabin Custom 3MVHb taped glazing at all fixed windows under cabin storage for large items including kayaks, skis, bikes, etc. Steel sub-frame using moment connections to support structurally insulated panel frame. utilizes the structure that already exists in the SIP to carry the load


To satisfy clients’ lodging and storage requirements, and to facilitate completion in three weeks of on-site construction, the cabins were conceived out of structural insulated panels (SIP) which allows for year round use. Hot rolled steel provides a low maintenance rain screen for the box. This steel cladding and the vertical columns blend with the lodgepole forest minimizing the visual impact of the cabins. Structural taped glazing on the windows eliminates mullions and connects the occupants directly with natural views. The interior of the cabin is skinned in birch plywood bringing warmth to the interior and evoking a connection with the trees surrounding the site. The plywood is specifically milled to accommodate desks, beds and storage for each user. The walls and casework were prefabricated in Denver, flat packed onto trucks and shipped to Leadville to shorten the on-site construction timeline.

Tree Canopy

Ridgeline

Meadow/Clearing

Rock Outcropping

Site Conditions ▪▪ identify existing conditions and opportunities

Siting ▪▪ utilize boulders as footings ▪▪ orient building along ridgeline ▪▪ orient building against natural contours ▪▪ straddle edge conditions

extend beyond edge condition ▪▪ Cantilever in response to natural features ▪▪ Cantilever in response to program experience

RETAIN SNOW ▪▪ Increase thermal value by retaining snow on roof ▪▪ Develop language of thickness as warmth

subtraction as programming ▪▪ Enhance program/site relationships ▪▪ Create outdoor space ▪▪ Denote entry

fenestration ▪▪ Fixed glazing responding to views and to bring in natural light ▪▪ Operable windows for egress and cross ventilation


Unfolding Optics

Chelsea District Mixed Arts City Block | High Line, New York Architectural design 7 Fall 2013 In collaboration with Sarah glass Professor Tom Smith | university of Florida

This Manhattan city block, located between 28th and 29th Streets and 10th and 11th Avenues, though largely residential, operates as an arts and arts education center. Programmatically, it is divided into four types of spaces: Visual Arts, dance, Music, Residential, and Commercial. The act of unfolding simultaneously reveals and conceals. This concept was used to generate the overall form and shape of the city block; folds appear in the form of the block, in faรงade movements, and in program placement.


Form Evolution

Zoning Restrictions

Courtyard

Courtyard + Sun

Courtyard + Sun + Views

Courtyard + Sun + Views + Program

Courtyard + Sun + Views + Program + Fold

Programmatic Distribution of Space Dance Music Art Residential Commercial Vertical Circulation


Ground Level

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C

b

A

Indoor Theater Commercial Space dance Studio Lobby OďŹƒce Space Restaurant Outdoor Theater Residential Lobbies

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e

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e - e Jogged Section

C

b

A


Exploded Axonometric Diagram

Each artistic expression hosts a dialogue both internally and externally. Music communicates across the courtyard through the form work. The concert theater is located below the residential towers, acting as an anchor to the block. Visual arts communicates through the impacts of film screening and through its transitional locations in the block. Studios are midway up the residential tower, at the setback. Views of the Hudson River, and access to the balcony spaces, allow artists visual and physical movement. Galleries are located on the southern street edge along the unfolding entrance.

Vertical Circulation

Residential

Program

Site

Context

Subway and Main Avenues


A-A

dance is the focal point of the block. The spaces that the dance studios reside in are visually communicative with each other across voids. As a high energy, physical art form, dance studios occupy the busy street edge of 10th Avenue to entice passersby. These studios have linkages across the courtyard and across the High Line, allowing dancers to watch and learn from one another all while adding a performative element to the users of the High Line.

b-b

Program Percentage to Whole & Square Footage


C-C

d-d


Wash Rendering ICAA, manhattan, NY July 12th, 2016


Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Studio Prospect Park Gateway | Brooklyn, New York ICAA Summer Intensive 2016 Professor Michael Mesko & Stephen Chrisman

The ICAA Summer Studio in Classical Architecture is a four-week, immersive program introducing students to skills, knowledge and resources essential to the practice and appreciation of classical design. It culminates in an esquisse study designing a gateway intervention at the entrance to Prospect Park in brooklyn, ny. Students build a foundation in classical architectural design and composition, the elements of the classical language, proportion, the literature of classical design, drawing & rendering, and traditional materials.


Doric Order

Balustrade Study

Measured Drawing

Corinthian Capital

Students are introduced to a conceptual, systematic and historically informed approach to the perennial challenges of building design. Students are introduced to the study of precedent and architectural character, and learn how to apply the classical language in the design of a new building.


DECATUR ST

FEDERAL BLVD

R1

R2 CX1 CX2 C2

E1

W 13TH AVE

C1

MX1-4

E2

MX5-8 W HOLDEN PL MX

10-13

MX9

E3 CX3

CX5 W 12TH AVE C4 (E)

CX6 E4 (E)

BRYANT ST

C3

MX14

R3

R4

R5

R6

CX4

W 11TH AVE

BUILDING TYPES

LIVE PLAY

LIVE GROW

LIVE LEARN

LIVE WORK

E - EDUCATION C - COMMUNITY R - RESIDENTIAL MX - MIXED USE CX - COMMERCIAL

E1 - MAKER SPACE 2 FLOORS C1 - RECREATION CENTER 3 FLOORS R1 - TRANSIENT HOTEL 5 FLOORS

CX1 - RESTAURANT 1 FLOOR CX2 - RESTAURANT 1 FLOOR C2 - MARKET 1 FLOOR R2 - HIGH RISE RESIDENCE 6 FLOORS

MX 1-4 - RETAIL AND RESIDENCE 3 FLOORS MX 5-8 - RETAIL AND RESIDENCE 2 FLOORS E2 - MAKER SPACE 3 FLOORS E3 - JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 3 FLOORS R 3-6 - INSTRUCTOR RESIDENCE 2 FLOORS CX 1-2 - RIPARIAN CLASSROOMS 1 FLOOR E4 - EXISTING ELEM. SCHOOL 3 FLOORS

MX 9 - RETAIL AND RESIDENCE 3 FLOORS MX 10-13 - RETAIL AND RESIDENCE 4 FLOORS MX 14 - RETAIL AND RESIDENCE 2 FLOORS CX 5-6 - RETAIL AND OFFICES 1 FLOOR C3 - HEALTH SERVICES CLINIC 3 FLOORS C4 - EXISTING PARKING GARAGE 4 FLOORS


Cartesian Redesign

Urban Master Planning | Sun Valley, Denver, Colorado graduate Level Architectural Design III Fall 2015 Masterplan completed in collaboration with Anjali Kumar, Jesse Ledin, Ji Lim, and Josh Allen Professor barbara Ambach | university of Colorado denver

In developing a new master plan for the northern most swath of Sun Valley, a Cartesian parti is most appropriate. dividing the site into 4 quadrants and programming a particular theme for each, while carrying residential and strategically placed green spaces throughout, drives the new community’s built identity. Once the master plan was finalized, each student took control of designing a building on the site. I focused my efforts on a mixeduse building in the live/work quadrant. This area provides residents a place to live close to where they may work and also supplies close-by amenities to take advantage of.


Site Plan - First Floor

FEDERAL BLVD

W HOLDEN PL

W 12TH AVE

MIXED USE BUILDING

COMMERCIAL:

RESIDENTIAL:

TOTAL: 74 RENTAL SPACES

22 RETAIL SHOPS 18 STORAGe SPACeS

52 26 14 06 06

UNITS TOTAL RM 1 RM 2 RM 3 RM 4

PROPOSED CIRCULATION ANALYSIS

RTD LIgHT RAIL ROUTES AND STOPS

RTd buS ROuTeS And STOPS

PEDESTRIAN AND BIKE PATHS

GReen SPACe


FORM EVOLUTION

INITIAL SITE CONTEXT

RECIPROCAL OVERLAP OF SPACE

ADAPTATION OF THE RESIDENTIAL FLOORS

STRUCTURAL GRID LINE DISTRIBUTION

ALLOCATION OF EGRESS STAIRS & ELEVATORS

EXTRACTION OF THE RESIDENTIAL CORRIDOR FOR SUNLIGHT ACCESS

In the live/work quadrant, where my project sits, mixed-use and strictly commercial buildings are planned alongside residential zones. This building sits on a busy thoroughfare and is designed using a bright color palette to draw passersby into the newly developed area for exploration. Largest of the quadrants, the live/learn programmed space provides residents and students alike a place for formal and informal learning through green ways and physical classrooms alongside residential and mixed use building types. The live/play quadrant promotes residents who might live in the surrounding areas to get active and use a community resource in the recreation center. Spanning the main vehicular thoroughfare and extending to the swath’s northern frame, the live/play quadrant is best connected to all parts of the site and promotes the most community interaction through an active lifestyle. In the live/grow quadrant, food production, consumption and distribution drives the programmatic decisions. The zone provides a large field for the community to grow crops, enjoy a prepared meal, and shop at a local grocery store convenient to their living spaces.

LOUNGE

PROgRAm DIAgRAm - NORTH-SOUTH


1 2 3 4 5

NORTH ELEVATION

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7

WEST ELEVATION

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10

CIRCULATION DIAgRAm EAST-WEST PUBLIC ACCESS NORTH-SOUTH PRIVATE ACCESS

WALL SECTION LEgEND: 1 - ROOF PARAPeT CAP - MeTAL 2 - WHITE mETAL PANEL SYSTEm WITH mETAL STUD FRAmINg 3 - ROOF SHEATHINg, WEATHER BARRIER, AND FLASHINg 4 - STEEL BEAm CONSTRUCTION 5 - mETAL ROOF DECKINg 6 - STOREFRONT gLAZINg SYSTEm 7 - mETAL CAP AND DRIP EDgE

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8 - WOOD FLOORINg 9 - gYPSUm BOARD CEILINg 10 - CURTAIN WALL gLAZINg SYSTEm 11 - RIgID INSULATION BETWEEN STEEL beAMS 12 - PRECAST CONCRETE BARRIER WALLS (undeRGROund) 13 - COnCReTe FLOOR SLAb 14 - CONCRETE FOUNDATION FOOTINg

13 14

WALL SECTION - mETAL PANEL FACADE

EAST-WEST SECTION


UNDERgROUND PARKINg PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

SeCOnd FLOOR PLAn

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

NORTH-SOUTH SECTION


Lincoln Memorial Study Washington, dC January 29th, 2016 Pencil & Contours


Selected Artistic Works

Various Mediums | Completed Across Italy & the USA Architectural Sketching Spring 2014 | Fall 2016 Professor Stephen bender | Professor Keith Loftin Vicenza Institute of Architecture | University of Colorado Denver

“For me, it’s the act of drawing that allows the hand to come into accord with the heart.” – Sambo Mockbee Sketching has the ability to affect a person’s viewpoint. A landscape can visually take on one characteristic, but the moment an artist starts to draw that landscape, he sees it in a whole different way. This is because sketching causes a person to analyze the space, explore shadows, and understand the interactions between nature and occupants.


Unfinished Facade Study for Basilica di San Lorenzo Florence, Italy March 14th, 2016 Pencil & Contours

View from Monte Berico Vicenza, Italy April 4th, 2014 Watercolor, Strokes, Blending

Residence surrounding Studio Vicenza, Italy February 12th, 2014 Ink & Bamboo Pen, Shadow Contours


Rustic Cabin Analytique

Rustic Cabin Esquisse

Classical Interior Wall Exploration

I definitely look at the world differently now. My portfolio of work reveals this personal revelation. The contours of a skyline and distinctions of shadows show up where they hadn’t before. Instead of looking at the lines that define a form, I’ve started to see that the contrasting shades and tones define the form. Sketching essentially exposes the personality of a space and helps clarify its layout.


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