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Building is an assemblage of parts that create, define and enclose space. When these pieces come together in a clear and thoughtful way Architecture is born. The work presented here showcases an array of methods and ideas whose end goal is the same; the creation of Architecture. The projects showcased include academic, professional, and individual attempts at creating buildings and projects that are worthy of the title.

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PREFACE

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0 1 - AC T I VAT I N G T H E PA R K

02 -WELLNESS CENTER

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Academic Spring 2015 Des Moines, Iowa {Pg. 9}

Academic Summer 2013 Kansas City Mo. {Pg. 14}

03 -HOUSE OF HORIZONS Portfolio

Academic Fall 2013 Grove County, Kansas {Pg. 28}

04 -ANNEXING THE OGALLALA

Academic Fall 2014 Great Plains, North America {Pg. 40}

0 5 - I N T E G R AT I V E FAC A D E

Academic Fall 2015 Manhattan, Ks. {Pg. 52}

Professional Spring 2016 Kansas City, Mo. {Pg. 56}

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Academic: Spring 2015 Des Moines, Iowa

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Introduction Southeast Des Moines suffers from a lack of identity and connection to its natural landscape. Within this context, a place for social interaction and individual contemplation in the form of a library is critical for communal well being. Located at a boundary point between urban sprawl and rural park-land, this proposal seeks to establish a symbiotic relationship with the natural park system of Southeast Des Moines. By doing so, a harbor for social interaction and individual solidarity is established in the midst of urban sprawl. It is hoped that this proposition will restore identity to a community afflicted by the effects of a suburban environment. Thesis Restoring social and individual space within the library through a symbiotic relationship with the park system of Southeast Des Moines.

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Rural Vs. Sprawl The rural environment laying just beyond the sprawl of the southeast is protected by a boundary condition comprised of a network of three parks: Ewing Park, Ewing Dog park and Lake Easter Reservoir Park. This system of parks has come to clearly define the edge condition of the southeast and could, if maintained enhance the transition between two very different environments.

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Lake Easter Park

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Launching Point By locating the site within the park system a launching and destination point will be established. The site, lying along McKinley Avenue and close to the intersection at Indinola, will bisect all three parks at a nexus. From this area the building will serve its basic function as a library while also acting as a pavilion for the park; housing programs such as a cafe, bike share, amphitheater and community lawn.

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Traditional Fiction Non- Fiction Study Rooms Reading Lounge

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Cafe Formal Lawn Bike Share Amphitheater

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Modern Community Room Children’s Area Technology

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Individual Program 1. Books 2. Study Rooms 3. Light Monitors

Social Program 1. Librarian Service 2. Children’s Floor 3. Social Tech Floor

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Academic: Summer 2013 Kansas City, Mo.

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Introduction This Wellness Center straddles the line between a gym and spa, offering some of the amenities of both while still, remaining distinct from being just one or the other. The merging of two distinct programmatic requirements inspired a design that acknowledges the differences between the two and reacts to them accordingly. This is achieved schematically by splitting the program into three experiential groups, Service, Extroverted, and Introverted. The groups are then arranged spatially in accordance to function.

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Crossroads Arts District The Crossroads District in Kansas City is currently under a revitalization period in its history. Once Kansas City’s primary manufacturing district, it has since become a vibrant arts district. The Site, located at the intersection of central and 19th street is at the heart of this district and also sits on an opposite corner from a community garden which acts as a gateway into the growing neighborhood.

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Site Amenities There are an array of various institutions located within the vicinity of the site that would further support the wellness center’s program. For example, events hosted at the urban garden could be supported by the gyms social program.

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Garden Planters

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Service Plinth & Social Program In response to the active streets surrounding the site, service functions were pushed to the back edges of the lot in a concrete plinth form. This allows the corner of the building to open its self up to the street front while maintaining the required program at street level (i.e. the parking lot). An operable nano wall further strengths the relationship between inside and out and allows the social program to literally flow out into the street if desired.

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Rock-wall

Exercise Floor

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Extroverted/ Communal Space Placed on above the service plinth ans social program , The extroverted spaces are arranged in response to the active intersection of 19th and Central Street. This volume of space flows up through the building wrapping the back edge of the site with an outdoor garden mimicking the greenery and communal feel provided by the urban garden across the street creating a dialogue between the two.

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Light Court

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Introverted Volumes Suspended in the greater extroverted volume, these hanging volumes enclose the private introverted program of the hot pool rooms, saunas and private studios. Furthermore, each of these volumes orients itself to a framed view of the surrounding Kansas City Skyline providing unique vistas for each separated volume.

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Tensile Fabric Skin

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Tensile Skin/ Light Voids Lastly, the opposing volumes within the gym are brought together through the use of air & light voids which are a result of the arrangement of space. The building is then wrapped in a light tensile fabric sun screen unifying the building as a whole while also acting as a solar control layer.

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3.5" Mineral Wool Insulation Air Barrier 2 A321

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Manko 250 Series Curtain Wall

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Bolted Connection

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Concrete Topping 3" Steel Decking Fiber Cement Flashing Panel Plywood Sheathing Air Water Barrier

Wellness Area 4 A321

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Cast In Place Concrete Seat/ Planter

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3.5" Rigid Foam Insulation 5 A323

Metal Drain Pipe

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Wall Section Through North Facade

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A 0' - 4 1/2" Ferrari Fabric Facade Clip 1' - 5 13/16"

4.5"x4.5" Hollow Steel Tube Support Frame

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Coped Wood Blocking 4.5"X4.5" Hollow Steel Support Tube Steel Parapet Cap 2.5" Precast Concrete Roof Pavers 5" Rigid Foam Insulation 4.5" Mineral Wool Insulation Steel L-Angled Bracket Bolted Steel Connection

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6mm Air/Water Barrier 3/4" Plywood Sheathing

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3.5" Mineral Wool Insulation W24x76 Wide-Flange Steel Beam W12x26 Wide- Flange Steel Beam

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1/2" Gypsum Wall Board Light Gauge Steel Stud Fiber Cement Rain screen Panel Fiber Cement Rain screen Attachment Stud Fiber Cement Rain screen Attachment Clip

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0' - 0 15/16" Manko 250Series Curtain Wall 4 inch Manko Mullion 1/2" Wood Flooring Fiber Cement Rain screen Clip Fiber Cement Rain screen

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6x12" Hollow Steel Support Tube 6mm Air Whether Barrier 3/4" Plywood Sheathing 4.5" Mineral Wool Insulation

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0' - 4 3/16" 1.25"x2.5" Hollow Steel Tube Ceiling Support

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4.5"x6" Hollow Steel Tube Support Fiber Cement Rain screen Panel Wood Blocking Manko 250 Series Curtain Wall

Gypsum Board Ceiling Panel

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HORIZONS

Academic Fall 2013 Monument Rocks Cove County, Kansas.

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Introduction Monument Rocks Consists of a series of chalk formations in Western Kansas reaching heights up to seventy feet. The formations are the remains of an 80 million year old seabed and exist in a barren landscape occupied only by prairie grasses. A retreat was envisioned for visitors to experience and reflect on the passing of time in relation to this spiritual and desolate place. Located a short distance from the outcropping; four cabins and an observation tower were programmed to allow small parties to partake in the experience. The site aligns itself to the movement of the sun and moon in relation to a ‘keyhole’ in the rocks. Specific celestial alignments are recognized throughout the year

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Alignment ‘Keyhole’

Keyhole The observation tower aligns with the winter solstice through a contextual keyhole within the formations. The winter solstice marks the arrival of longer days and the victory of the sun over darkness. Within this context, the passage of time is given a physical presence through the use of alignment, mass and light.

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Elevation Coordinates Period Biome

District Average Temperature Growing Season Average Precipitation

2.631ft. 38,4727 Late Cretaceous Temperate Grasslands

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Solstice Entry

Retreat as Timepiece The retreat goes beyond recognizing only the winter solstice by aligning with other important celestial dates such as the summer solstice and spring equinox. It’s program is dispersed around these alignments and allows for an array of vistas.

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Depressed Water Collection Basin

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Spring Equinox Day: August 17th Sunrise: 7:06 AM

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Winter Solstice (Contextual Alignment With Chalk Formations) Day: August 17th Sunrise: 7:06 AM

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Spring Moon-set Day: August 17th Sunrise: 7:06 AM


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Cabins The cabins are positioned along the axis of the winter solstice establishing a direct relationship with it. Expansive framed views are created within the cabins creating individual and private relationships with the surrounding landscape and celestial alignments. Minimally programmed each cabin has a place to sleep, eat and shower.

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Solstice Window

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Tower The observation tower aligns with the winter solstice through a contextual keyhole within the formations. Here visitors are given an elevated view of the formations and surrounding barren landscape. A small library and reading lounge were programmed within the space to accompany the contemplative experience.

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Physical Model

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Academic Fall 2013 Monument Rocks Cove County, Kansas.

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Introduction As an increasing number of irrigation wells dry up across the great plains ground water preservation has become crucial for the survival of future generations. Through a process of re-purposing, unused land in crop circles formations will be used to create a network of awareness towers describing the groundwater crisis to the masses while also creating an opportunity to harvest alternative energy through wind turbines.

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Site Analysis The Texas Panhandle is currently depleting its portion of the aquifer at an alarmingly high rate. It is estimated that the majority of wells within this region will be dried up within the next 50 years. A site of interest in Potter County Texas was selected in an effort to understand the relationship between center pivot systems and the aquifer in a crisis zone.

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Tower Network As more wells dry up leaving farming land unusable towers would be began to take there place creating a network of towers spreading throughout the ogallala irrigated portion of the great plains. Eventually this network would spread from Texas panhandle to northern Nebraska

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On the surface what is beneath can only be imagined. The Aquifer, a vast supply of water is secured tightly underground. It seems vast and distant, large and powerful. However, this is a fabrication. The layer of water one might have in mind is in fact a network of saturated soils that operate like fragile sponges, soaking up water from surface grasses. Only recently have the complexties of the aquifer sponge been understood. The layer of countiounous saturation in reality is random and distorted. Dratsically shifting and changing in response to geological typographies. This complextity makes the surface artificial and misleading. A vail to the realities beneath.

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Offset A tower’s offsetting geometries created by each other

base geometry is established by three abandoned center pivot circle into the unused negative space the geometry of the circles meeting in a field.

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Progression Path A memorial progression path will run east to west through the site. The paths entry is compressed by two walls marking the first two abandoned fields and inclines slightly to meet the towers base. From the base the path continues through a wall marking the last fields edge geometry. From here the path moves through the full diameter of the circle intercepting an abandoned well and ending at a framed portal on the circles outer edge.

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Tower The tower is extruded from its base to a height reflecting the depth of the aquifers lowest surface below. The towers structure is a vertical steel truss system reflecting the horizontal structures of center pivot systems. Within this tower a stair case ascends to a height reflecting the amount of water lost since the inception of center pivot systems. The Footprint of the tower reflects the offset of the surrounding circles on the ground plane while the angled top of the tower is meant to be a approximated reflection of the topographic manipulation of the aquifers floor caused by the depletion of it.

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Light Vertical wind turbines are placed within the tower as a source of alternative energy. The turbines also power a large light pole which extends from the bottom to the top of the tower. This Light will be tinted red in the present but as the fields began to replenish the aquifer below they will turn blue as a sign of returning to good health. Lastly, a thin Tensile skin is placed over the truss giving the tower an opaque aesthetic while still allowing small hints of light into the staircase. At night this skin will also glow red or blue depending on the aquifers health.

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Site Exit Through Framed Portal

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FACADE

Professional Spring 2016 Kansas City, Mo

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Introduction The Integrative Facade Systems seeks to redefine what the curtain wall currently is. By developing a flexible integrative system the curtain wall became a system of interchangeable layers that are easily adapted to a wide range of performance and aesthetic criteria. This system was made possible by a host of “small� innovations that together altered the stagnant character of current systems.

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Dylan Rupar Portfolio 2016 Mock-up

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Node(s)

6” Translucent Polyester Insulation

Structural “T” Panel and Node Receptors

1/4” Sealed Polycarbonate

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The Node

Adaptability System of layers was created that could accept a variety of infill panels such as IGU’s, polycarbonate panels, opaque panels and screen panels. This allowed for a variety of flexible options that varied depending on climatic concerns. The version constructed for the mock-up consisted of Polycarbonate panels and polyester insulation. This combination allowed for a degree of transparency while also providing thermal performance.

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Mock-up Construction

Mock-up A full scale version was created and installed into a temporary house designed to test the performance of the system. Thermal couple test were scheduled over a period of 6 months. The test are currently still taking place.

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Professional Spring 2016 Kansas City, Mo

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Introduction Academy Lafayette is a public French immersion school located 20 minutes east of downtown Kansas City, Mo. in the historic suburb of Brookside. The purpose of this addition was to create a secure modern entry Adjacent to the historic structure of the school while also creating additional space for administration functions. I acted as the designer and project Architect for this project from conceptual design through construction administration.

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Downtown Loop Kansas River

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Liberty Memorial

Cheery Creek Campus

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Brookside

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Secure Entry Given a tight budget a straightforward and minimal design approach was implemented to make this facility a reality. Conceptually the building was seen as a functional mass hidden behind a contextual wall. Clad in a similar brick as the school this wall was elongated in the north and south direction to allow for sun-shading and privacy while a series of steel sunshades where placed within the wall to ensure sun protection from the east. Lastly, the historic entry door was preserved and highlighted through the use of a skylight and framing steel entry aperture.

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Addition: 2300 Sq-ft.

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Service Connector

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Preserved Doorway

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C O N TA C T Dylan Thomas Rupar Dylanrupar@gmail.com 215 W. Pershing Rd. Kansas City, Mo. 64108

E D U C AT I O N Kansas State University College of Architecture Planning and Design Master of Architecture Kansas City Design Center BNIM Summer Studio

August 2010 - May 2015

May - August 2013

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EXPERIENCE July 2015 - Present

BNIM Architects: Kansas City, Mo. 1640 Baltimore Academy Lafayette 2460 Pershing | Office relocation

January 2014 - August 2014

NBBJ Architects: New York, NY. Trustbridge International Hospital PCAM Patient Flow Study

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S O F T WA R E Rhinoceros, Revit Architecture, AutoCad, 3ds Max Design, SketchUp, Grasshopper, Maxwell Renderer, VRay Render, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, Climate Consultant

TOOLS Laser Cutting, Cnc Digital Fabrication, Basic Shop Skills and tool Competence

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SKILLS Dylan Rupar

Sketching, hand drafting, watercolor and mixed media rendering, model building

H O N O R S A N D AWA R D S Heitzelman 5th Year Thesis Prize: Honorable Mention Beaux’s Arts Ball Competition: 1st Place Sunset Funerary Chapel Competition: 1st Place Deans Honor Roll Purple and White Scholarship

May January January August 2010-May August

2015 2014 2012 2015 2011

P U B L I C AT I O N March 2015

INVOLVEMENT Kansas City Design Week Eco-Abet

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Annexing the Ogallalla featured in ACSA The Expanding Periphery and The Migrating Center

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REFERENCES Available Upon Request.

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