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industrial design portfolio

evan shepherd

burch


evan shepherd burch education aug 2017 current

university of california, berkeley master of architecture, anticipated graduation may 2019 graduate certificate in new media

berkeley ca

arch 212 body conscious design arch 249 physical, digital, virtual - virtual and augmented reality arch 259 flexible hybrid structures arch 262 architecture in detail aug 2009 may 2013

university of virginia bs in architecture, 3.69 gpa, graduated with honors civil engineering minor global sustainability minor

sep 2005 jun 2009

thomas jefferson high school for science and technology 3.95 gpa

charlottesville va

alexandria va

professional experience nov 2013 aug 2017

associate | heery international atlanta designer | heery website modernization ga project designer, bim coordinator | TPA Group the edison | 100,000 sf project designer, bim coordinator | TPA Group 3400 overton | 175,000 sf designer, bim coordinator | Intercontinental Exchange hq | 250,000 sf urban planner, project manager | City of Conyers master plan | 60 acres designer | Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport modernization

feb 2012 may 2013

fabrication lab ta | uva school of architecture selected to train new students for woodshop, cnc router, laser cutter, and other facilities. taught advanced skills courses in laser engraving techniques

alexandria va

summer 2007, 2008, 2012

intern | moore architects, pc created models, as-built drawings, attended design and construction meetings

alexandria va

jan 2011 dec 2011

student project architect | initiative reCOVER hand selected for the design and development of “the breathe house,� a disaster relief housing unit, including the design of fabrication, manufacturing, and packing processes

charlottesville va

dec 2008 dec 2010

industrial design + software testing intern | entourage systems, inc involved in the research and design development of a table, from project inception through industrial design, user interface development, and hardware/software testing

tysons corner va


703.343.0152 esburch90@berkeley.edu 2240 grant st, apt a, berkeley, ca 94703

honors + awards 2018

featured in berkeley circus team was one of two teams selected by professor Simon Schleicher to represent his class in the annual exhibition of student work

2015

gold award - product design - Intercontinental Exchange reception desk awarded by american society for interior designers, georgia chapter

spring 2012

featured in intersection: health + the built environment exhibit work was selected from that of six undergraduate and graduate courses

fall 2011

intermediate honors recipient awarded to the top 20% of all architecture students through their first four semesters

service

atlanta community food bank responsible for sorting over 25k lbs of donations over three years member of the sigma chi fraternity, psi chapter active brother liason to house renovation committee active in philanthropies to benefit the children’s miracle network

skills

proficient rhinoceros, revit, sketchup, adobe photoshop, adobe indesign, adobe illustrator, 3d printing, microsoft office, modeling, hand-drafting, woodworking, soldering, laser cutting, cnc routing intermediate microstation, autocad, sketching

references

mark chen, senior vice president and director of design, heery international mark.chen@hdrinc.com 917.691.5834 anselmo canfora, associate dean for academics, uva; director, initiative reCOVER anselmo@virginia.edu 434.924.7057


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labyrinth game table

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modular wood screen

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communicating stair tower

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trash tectonics

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faceted [ice]bergs

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melting [ice]berg

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web design

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labyrinth table 2017-2018 this group project is a table-sized version of the labyrinth game designed by swedish toy company brio. the design began with an investigation into bendable structural components, which led to the identification of a simple geometry which could be arrayed into a structural system with built-in flexibility and symmetry. the result is a table base with that can accommodate extreme amounts of deflection without plastic deformation and selfcenters when it is unloaded, making it perfect for the balance and tilt-based labyrinth game. drove the initial concept of translating the structural system into a table and led the fabrication and assembly efforts. drawing and representation was distributed among group members basic module

polar array

isometric

plan

elevation

structural form

central ring


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modular wood screen 2017 modular wood screen is a riff on the traditional wood screen, which is flexible only in one dimension and must consistently be checked to ensure that the hinges have not become so straight that the screen is at risk of falling down. the modular screen was designed to take advantage of the symmetry of the equilateral hexagon, using a two-way fixed dowel connection that allows for an acute or obtuse sixty degree angle between any two panels. a tongue-and-groove joint allows panels to be stacked vertically to achieve a screen of any height, while also adding innumerable other options for aggregation. despite being designed as a room-separating screen, the panels can be assembled into a play-pen for a small animal or child, a pop-up dressing room, or even the base of a table -- the possibilities are endless.


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communicating stair tower 2016 | sandy springs, ga the communicating stair tower at the new intercontinental exchange (ice) corporate hq is a 10-story addition designed to enhance vertical circulation in an outdated 14-story building and to support collaboration in a fast-paced work environment. the interior design of the new hq features unique social hubs on each floor, unified by and focused on the communicating stair. these hubs support a plethora of collaborative spaces, and the addition of the stair meant that breakrooms could be placed only on odd floors, improving utilization while allowing space on even floors to be used for collaboration. drove design of stair interior and exterior from schematic design through construction documents, including positioning of stair relative to interior program. carried project through ca to on-time delivery. designed and specified 11-story glass feature wall and handrail system. photography by others.


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characterized by a transparent north-facing plane of glass and massive flanking walls, the stair floats above the 3rd floor building entrance. an intersecting plane frames the building entrance and “grounds� the stair forty feet above grade.


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floor

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singapore | merlion

floor

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new york | statue of liberty

floor

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san francisco | golden gate

floor

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amsterdam | windmill

floor

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washington | capitol

floor

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brazil | macaw

the stair circles a monumental glass wall composed of sixty-one unique pieces of glass. designed to eliminate the need for a guardrail, the glass panels feature graphics which tie the stair to the interior design, ice’s multiple offices, and incorporate wayfinding.


trash tectonics spring 2013 | charlottesville, va trash tectonics is the study of upcycling and semi-permanent, programmatically undefined spaces. uva consumes thousands of plastic bottles each day, hundreds of which are recycled and crushed into bales. the group studied recycling processes and materials, methods of aggregating bottles into larger units, and modeled bottle collection and upcycling to determine the size, shape, and program of the resultant upcycled dwelling. group contributions include research, conceptual design, programming, diagramming, bottle collection & preparation, construction, and digital post-production. all digital content shown was individually created with team input. all physical constructs were generated as a team.

bottle

brick

block ni = 7 • (ni-1) + (24 • 3)i-1 • r an equation was derived to calculate the required number of bottles and rubber bands for a hexagonal lattice-based assembly of a particular magnitude. as the number of bottles collected became more consistent, the team was able to plan for the future of the pavilion, using this predictive model to determine the total number of bottles required.


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that’s enough bottles to fill

11 bathtubs with soda

the pavilion’s 18,312 ru

3.6

it took

780 gallons

of water to clean them, enough for

20 showers

3,052 bot


that much pepsi contains as much caffeine as

1,933

ubber bands can stretch

cups of coffee

miles

final construction took

77 h urs

ttles

all those bottles weigh over

1,350 lbs


faceted [ice]berg installation 2015-2016 the design of the new intercontinental exchange [ice] corporate hq highlights the company as a nimble, yet stable disruptor of the finance realm. juxtaposing slick, angular forms with warm, natural materials conveys a sense of modernity and dynamism with a foundation in stability and tradition, sculptural, iceberglike millwork engenders a brand identity and provides collaboration centers throughout the new headquarters. these custom millwork and furniture installations are a physical manifestation of ice’s corporate identity. fluidity of form and planar geometry lend the pieces a monolithic, sculptural presence that compliments the iceberg motif of the interior design. heavily involved in complete design process and prototyping, including ideation, digital modeling, 3d printing, and supervising fabrication and installation.


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concealed inside the sculpted pedestals of each prefunction table is a trash or recycling receptacle which is accessed by sliding, faceted, touch-latch panels.


melting [ice]berg installation 2016 melting [ice]berg is a communal dining table designed for the café at the new intercontinental exchange [ice] corporate hq. the table takes a literal approach to the reinterpretation of the faceted [ice]bergs featured in the open office spaces by juxtaposing its softness and fluidity with the office’s angular geometry. melting [ice] berg’s shape is drawn from that of a molten material poured over an amorphous surface. heavily involved in complete design process and prototyping, including ideation, digital modeling, 3d printing, and supervising fabrication and installation.

right: (worm eye view) the table was initially conceptualized as a series of roots or trunks supporting an expansive tabletop. rapid prototyping using 3d printing drove the design towards a less complex form with a visual weight commensurate to the table’s prominence.


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website modernization 2014-2016 www.heery.com /corporate

website modernization for heery international, a 500+ employee full-service design firm headquartered in atlanta, ga. simple and intuitive, the design is oriented towards a userfriendly experience for prospective clients, employees, and project partners. the highly interactive, tile-based layout is scalable across multiple platforms, easy to maintain, and forward-thinking. was influential in decision to redesign the website, including providing wireframe and concept drawings to key decision-makers and working with the engineering team to maintain the design concept for the website. www.heery.com

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ICE - IntercontinentalExchange SERVICES: CLIENT:

Interior Design / Engineering / Programming / Architecture / Construction Management IntercontinentalExchange

COLLABORATORS:

Technical Innovations / Techzone / Knoll

SIZE:

80,000 SF

LOCATION: STATUS:

Sandy Springs, GA Under Construction

Partner in Charge: Project Leader: Team:

Mark Chen Steve Hart Karen McCallum, Lucy Williams, John Cantu, Emily Behrens, Stephen Peterson, Evan Burch, Melissa McCarriagher

I don’t think anything has changed the workplace more in my lifetime than technology. It has affected every aspect of our day. We use to talk about technology in terms of globalization, connectivity and information management. Technology was a means to support our work process. That has changed. Today, technology does not just affect how we work, it has completed changed where we work. We are no longer tethered to our desks. We are free to work from home. . . from a coffee shop. . .we’re even connected to work while we’re in the car waiting to pick the kids up from school. This new found mobility has forced us to completely re-imagine our workplace environment and how we use the office. The young talent you are looking to attract and retain have grown with technology in their hands and the freedom to work anyplace/anytime is something they have completely integrated into their lives. When they come to the office, their expectation is that the design of the workplace supports this lifestyle.

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Industrial Design Portfolio Spring 2018

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Industrial Design Portfolio Spring 2018

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