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PROMO PODS

ACADEMIC

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PROJECT PLINTH

URBAN CENTER FOR DANCE

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NEW NORTH CITIZENS COUNCIL

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CELIO MARKETPLACE


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BASEL PAVILION OF CULTURE

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PRODUCTIVE RETREAT

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RIVERGUIDE

DRAWING

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ARTURBAIN

F. JOSEPH BUTLER

VISUAL ARTS

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PROFESSIONAL

LIVE/ WORK: SEE/HEAR

COMPETITION

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Projects for the Ciy looks at small scale urban interventions as a way to revitalize an area quickly and inexpensively; in examining New Orleans, it is evident that as the urban fabric transitions to the central business district the urban fabric is eroded by parking lots. Most of the residents in this area do not work here and this ebb and ow is marked by use of the parking lots. As in most unsuccessful downtowns, New Orleans falls into the catch-22 of inability to maintain amenities; business people do not stay in the area after work hours, so there is not enough to support businesses and they close. Therefore

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there is no reason to stay downtown after work. This is a difficult situation as one of the few ways to revitalize a neighborhood is to provide amenities, but if the businesses cannot succeed it perpetuates the cycle. Promo Pods looks to successful program (food, retail, & galleries) on adjacent streets to create a place for gathering by providing an outlet for existing and startup businesses. Theses entrepreneurial incubators can activate times when more traditional businesses are less active by providing an outlet for existing and startup businesses.


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concept: unit of the parking space 05


module: food + retail

armature: gallery

armature: gathering

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roof

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enclosure options: gallery

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enclosure options: gathering

required components

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closed

option 1: solid

option 2: thick

option 3: translucent panels

option 1: option 2: option 3: option 4: solid storage porous bench+bike rack bench

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This Urban Center for Dance proposal blends the technical requirements of a comprehensive studio with an iterative approach to design. With programming that addresses the instruction of dance as well as the production and performance of pieces, the design looks at the difference between practice and performance. The use of support spaces as the separating element, allows spaces of practice and performance to be easily distinguished. By locating studio spaces on the street edge, transparency of purpose is created and priority is given to the art of practice. The movement of the performance spaces to the upper levels allows circulation to be part of the performance.

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program on site

support separates program

support pervades practice

concept morphology

Magazine Street elevation

performance wraps practice and performance

Saint Joseph Street elevation

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01 moisture barrier 02 rigid insulation 03 3/8” gypsum board 04 batt insulation 05 steel support 06 extruded aluminum profile 07 3/4” plywood sheathing 08 6” light gauge steel stud 09 poured concrete slab 10 corrugated metal decking 11 W30x261 12 harlequin sprung floor a beech finish b 3/4” hardwood core c 3/4” rubber suspension pads d 1/8” hard board

13 sedum 14 3” growing medium 15 3/8” drainage mat 16 root barrier 17 NBK TerrArt large 18 NBK clip + clevis pin 19 fixing bracket 20 extruded aluminum carrier track 21 1/2” paperless gypsum board 22 W144x211 23 US Aluminum 7200 series window_project out 24 1” double glazed laminated glass 25 cement terrazzo 26 NBK TerrArt side fixed baguette 27 US Aluminum 7200 series window_project in 28 fixing track

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This design/build studio investigated the issues surrounding mental illness in New Orleans through work with Pyramid Resources Wellness Institute (PRWI). Located at the intersection of Canal Street and Jefferson Davis Parkway, PRWI provides treatment services for persons in the greater New Orleans, Louisiana metropolitan area who are homeless, have mental illness diagnosis or co-occurring substance use and mental illness. Working in the space of two narrow, alleys the studio collaborated with the staff and clients of PRWI to design an outdoor space at their outpatient facility into an area that can adapt to the multiple needs of the residents; a space that can accommodate group meetings, individual counseling, conict resolution, meditation, etc. In the course of 14 weeks, the studio collaborated with the staff and clients on the design and construction of spaces that respond to the needs and desires of the community partner. All design and construction completed collectively by the 22 person studio. Personal focus on documentation and construction. Drawings and renderings shown not completed by author.

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view: dining space 19


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existing condition

driveway clean out

slab formwork set

existing condition

yard clean out

plinth formwork set


slab installed

post + beam installed

final review

plinth poured + deck framing

deck + seating installed

final review

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Fallowing the work with Pyramid Resource Wellness Institute in Fall 2013 with the Tulane City Center, four students decided to pursue an independent study to explore issues of mental illness in New Orleans. Looking at numbers before and after Hurricane Katrina, as well as several reports, this group learned that 1 in 6 Orleans Parish residents had been diagnosed with a serious mental illness. To bring light to the prevalence of mental illness and lack of funding for treatment, a graphic advocacy campaign was created. Posters, crisis resource cards, and stickers were distributed throughout the city, especially in areas with limited access to treatment. Furthermore, the campaign was run in Pennywise, a newspaper distributed for support of homelessness services. This campaign received recognition in the Tulane New Wave. Work was completed in collaboration with three Tulane University students. Personal focus on developing the crisis resource card.

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crisis resource card: front (top) back (bottom)

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This design for the New North Citizens’ Council in Springfield, MA, is about reciprocity of forms reflecting the duality that exists between Latino/a and American cultures. This union visually manifests itself through a series of overlapping and wrapping dualities: heavy/light, public/private, and transparent/ opaque, all of which reciprocate through push and pull of form. Each space is connected through circulation that overlaps each program within the building. The design explores sustainable systems as defined by Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. Work was done with two University of Massachusetts students. All work in development was done in collaboration. Personal focus on production of digital model, renderings, and drafting.

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view: reception 27


section a

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section b

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Main Street elevation

view: celebration space 29


aerial axonometric

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The Celio Marketplace project is sited in Rome, Italy adjacent to the famed Colosseum. This project, consisted of two phases, a marketplace and a mixed use building. The building uses different scales of walls to indicate entry, circulation, structure, shape spaces, and function as vertical growing surfaces. This is manifested as three scales of walls. The largest walls serve as main structure and shape interior spaces on all levels. The smaller walls serve as growing surfaces; the first type has a consistent height to continue the form of the building, while being permeable for entry. The second type are repeated elsewhere on the site, these walls primarily function as urban farming, optimizing light and providing storage space for farmers. Work was done with a group of three Pennsylvania State University students. All work in development and production phases was done in collaboration.

exploded section perspective

site morphology 31


view: piazza 32


view: cafe to market 33


The “Live/Work: See/Hear“ is a live/work space for an aural and visual artist that is sited in downtown Northampton, Massachusetts. Specifically, this space was designed for Joshua Bell and Rachel Whiteread. There are spaces of production and performance specifically tailored to each artist’s needs. The design features

plans

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a series of private “island“ spaces surrounded by public spaces. This open plan provides a figure eight circulation through the space. In section, this circulation becomes X-shaped. Each floor opens into a light shaft situated in the middle of the building. This creates a series of protected outdoor spaces.

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A Productive Retreat is a place for an artesian to contemplate, create, and exhibit their work. This retreat is based on a spaces of thinking, production, and repose. The spatial relationship are choreographed to be related to stages of the design process. As an early work, this begins to explore space making and the arts of hand drafting and model building.

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transverse section

longitudinal section

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BASEL PAVILION OF CULTURE Basel, Switzerland | Fall 2013 36

Basel Pavilion of Culture is a competition about promoting art tourism in Basel. This proposal looks at seasonal and event cycles and creates 24-hour use as an extension of existing circulation. All work in was done in collaboration; personal focus on views for ďŹ nal submission.


Arturbain is an urban design competition exploring the reactivation of forgotten spaces, through which the studio investigated areas extending from and surrounding the Colosseum. This proposal looks at the ability of urban farming to provide a nontourist amenity. Work was done with a group of three Pennsylvania State University students. All work in development and production phases was done in collaboration.

ARTURBAIN Rome, Italy | Spring 2011

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The Riverguide was produced for the Museums 10 and Five College Inc 2012 Riverscaping conference as a guide to images of the Connecticut River in the permanent collections of art, science + history museums, and historic houses in this region. Two curatorial interns collected images and wrote text, while there was a personal focus on layout and design of the museum guide. The curatorial objective created a challenge in design, as it follows methods different from other graphic representations.

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This laser cut pop-up card was designed as an anniversary announcement for F. Joseph Butler, a San Francisco-based architect. The card illustrates Butler’s home and studio, which he designed. Work was done as an independent contractor and Butler’s input was that of a client.

F. JOSEPH BUTLER Summer 2011

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Nude Study.

Nodi Architecttonica: A Study of in Intersection Solutions Rome, Italy.

Conte Crayon on Tinted Pastel Paper. 2008.

Graphite on Drawing Paper. 2011.

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Mother Child Diptych. Graphite on Rag Paper. 2009.

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