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TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. DIVERSITY 2. JEFFERSON MONTESSORI 3. ADAPT 4. HOLY CROSS APARTMENTS 5. NEW CORP JERICHO HOUSE 6. JEFFERSON PARISH FIRESTATION NO. 12 7. (BREC) RECREATION CENTER WITH BOYS & GIRLS CLUB


ACADEMIC WORK


01 DIVERSITY

TYPE: MIXED-USE / LIVE WORK YEAR: 301 SEMESTER FALL 2015

The Kona “Diversity” is located on Mckinley Street in Lafayette, Louisiana. The strip is known to be used for it’s high traffic of student travel to the campus of University of Louisiana at Lafayette. This project was an approach to find a solution to provide more benefits to the community. The area was once similar to Jefferson Street Downtown are and now it hast lost that feeling. The Kona Urban Infill project addresses this issue with programming such as a restaurant, art gallery, office, and residential space. Through this project I was able to explore the exterior skins, mechanical, electrical, and building code issues. Left: Exterior Rendering. Right: Perspective Exterior Rendering. Below: Sketch of Exterior Rendering.


Facade Studies 1 & 2.

Facade Studies 3 & 4.

Massing Context Studies


Floor Plan Study 1

Floor Plan Study 2

Floor Plan Study 3

Floor Plan Study 4


Model 1

Model 2

Model 3

Model 4

Site Plan


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First Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

1. Restaurant (Kona Grill) 2. Art Gallery 3. Kitchen 4. Manager’s Office 5. Women’s Restroom 6. Break Area 7. Men’s Restroom 8. Electrical Room 9. Firestair 10. Mechanical Room

11. Board Room 12. Studio 13. Office 1 14. Rental Office 1 15. Office 2 16. Rental Office 2 17. Conference Room 18. Private Office 1 19. Women’s Restroom 20. Private Office 2

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Third Floor Plan 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34.

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Fourth Floor Plan 35. Firestair 36. Mechanical/ Electrical Room

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47. Firestair 48. Mechanical/ Electrical Room

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Section 1


Rendered Section

Wall Section


Studio Model - A

Studio Model - B

Guestroom Render

Studio Model - C


REF. Studio Model B Plan

REF. Studio Model C Plan

Studio Model A Plan


02 JEFFERSON MONTESSORI TYPE: EDUCATIONAL

YEAR: 302 SEMESTER SPRING 2016

The Jefferson Montessori is located also on the Mckinley Street strip in Lafayette, Louisiana. The purpose was to propose a solution for the area’s future urban development to provide schools as well. My project concept came from the montessori way of teaching. The engaging and interacting factors play a part in the design of the project from space planning to facade design as well. The exploration of site, exterior skin, and design was through media from hand sketch through to 3D Modeling.

Left: Exterior Rendering. Right: Perspective Exterior Rendering. Above: Sketch of Exterior Rendering.


“We discovered that education is not something which the teacher does, but that it is a natural process which develops spontaneously in the human being.� -Maria Montessori

Grid of School Access

Gesture Model 1

Gesture Model 2


Site Traffic Study

Site Access Points

Site Pedestrian Circulation

Site Bike Paths


Overall Model

Site Plan


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First Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan


Third Floor Plan

Fourth Floor Plan


West Elevation

West Section


South Elevation

South Section


Wall Section and Details

Exploded Axon


03 ADAPT

TYPE: HOSPITALITY

YEAR: 409 SEMESTER FALL 2016

The Johnston Hotel also named “Adapt� is part of the I-49 Lafayette Connector project. The Community Design Workshop mission was to assist rebuiliding of downtown areas and to envion future beneficial potential to give back to the communities. The hands-on experience of this project really helped understand the state, and local codes that must be followed for a project. In short, the design concept was drawn from mimicking existing surrounding activities of my site. As well using my site as a bridge to connect to connect the I-49 Corridor Development. The program solves the issue with a hotel, retail, community garden, and convenience store.

Left: Exterior Rendering. Right: Perspective Exterior Rendering. Above: Sketch of Exterior Rendering.


Mass Model

Facade Study 1 Interior Circulation

Shading 1

Facade Study 2

Shading 2

Breaking Apart Mass

Facade Study 3


Noise Study

Vehicular Circulation

Pedestrian Circulation

Vegetation Study


Site Plan


First Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan


Second Floor Plan - Convenience Store

Third Floor Plan


North Elevation

North Section


Fitness Center Render

Community Garden Render

Transverse Section


PROFESSIONAL WORK


04 HOLY CROSS APARTMENTS TYPE: RESIDENTIAL/ REHABILITATION FIRM: PEREZ, APC

CLIENT: MACO DEVELOPMENT COMPANY ROLE: DESIGNER, ARCHITECT, BIM MANAGER This project is a development of two new multifamily residential apartments, rehabilitation of an historic administration building, and a community center. The development has 141 units that are studio, 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom, and 3 bedroom types. Located on the New Orleans Historic Holy Cross site the client wishes to keep the campus feel in the design. The project is designed to meet Green Building criterias, fair housing, ada, and along with the SHPO requirements of New Orleans. To further develop and stay on track of the project week internal meetings are done and tasks are set by Senior Architects. I have been a designer, code researcher, bim information manager, 3D rendering, and drawing set organizer for the project. In Revit the use of workset, and linking models were done in order to keep work clean between team and consultants.


05ANNETTE STREET HOUSE TYPE: RESIDENTIAL FIRM: PEREZ, APC

CLIENT: NEWCORP INC. ROLE: DESIGNER, ARCHITECT The project is newly constructed homes offered by Owner NewCorp, and Developer Jericho Road Episcopal Housing with Perez, APC being the Architect. My mission was to design two different houses for two different lots on Annette Street in the Seventh Ward of New Orleans, Louisiana. The design of the houses both met Energy Star Version 3 requirements, with advanced framing techniques. All the way from schematic to construction documents phases, I kept in mind the client’s wishes. The sets were completed for permit and now are in construction.

Right: Perspective Exterior Rendering.


06 FIRESTATION NO. 12 TYPE: COMMERCIAL FIRM: PEREZ, APC

CLIENT: JEFFERSON PARISH FIRE DEPARTMENT ROLE: DRAFTER The project is a newly constructed firestation for the Jefferson Parish Fire Department. I worked on this under the supervision of a Senior Architect. The project helped me understand the technical details and real life dimensions of actual building components. While working under a Senior Architect I efficiently executed redlines and developed the Design Development set to Permit Set.


07 BREC - RECREATION CENTER TYPE: RECREATIONAL FIRM: PEREZ, APC CLIENT: BREC ROLE: DESIGNER, DRAFTER BREC, an agency in Baton Rouge known for connecting people with parks and nature, are the client to this project. Along with the Boys and Girls Club of America the client wishes for a new design to their facilities in the Howell Community Park. The new program will consist of a new recreation center, gynmasium, bath-house, and pool with determining the location of the Boys and Girls Club facility. The design needs are to ensure that there is a campus style feel, create controlled access points overseen by staff, and create direct adjacencies for “shared� spaces. While working on this project with a team I gained knowledge of designing an actual new facility hands with massing studies, hand sketching, and site studies. I also managed the physical samples of the project and made sure we kept in mind to not use materials that will allow flooding of the new facilities.


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Draven Harris - Architecture Portfolio 2018  

Selected Works Academic & Professional 2013-2018

Draven Harris - Architecture Portfolio 2018  

Selected Works Academic & Professional 2013-2018

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