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communicating stair tower

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trash tectonics

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isolated harmony

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artful restoration

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urban oasis

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spring 2013 | group academic*

fall 2012 | academic

spring 2012 | group academic*

f a l l 2 0 11 | a c a d e m i c

urban infill

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melting [ice]berg

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industrial design

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f a l l 2 0 11 | a c a d e m i c

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2015-2016 | professional*

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3400 overton | 3400 overton is a 175,000 sf ground-up office building located in atlanta, georgia. marked by a burgeoning suburban population and the relocation of the atlanta braves stadium, the hilltop site was the perfect location for new high-visibility office space. the project team focused on delivering a modern building whose design would stand the test of time in an area overrun with severely dated architecture. the design’s simple palette of curtain-wall and metal panel is juxtaposed with the several offset volumes which define the skin of the building, yielding an active yet clean facade. a column-free floorplate with 10’ finished ceiling heights and a compact 20’ core maximizes the economics and offers unlimited flexibility for design inside the building. contributions include schematic-level site and structural design. executed building design after reassignment of design principal during the dd phase. carried project through ca to on-time delivery. rendering by others.

2017 | atlanta, ga


1 cladding both the building and the parking garage in curtainwall and matching marble unifies the two facades. the entry promenade terminates at a large covered walkway and courtyard stretching between the building and parking garage. the eyebrow activates the design of the building along its most prominent facades, creating movement and acknowledging the offset rectangles which define the footprint of the buildling. the covered entry walkway, branch bank drive-thru, and building signage tie the eyebrow into the function of the building, offering sun shading and protection from the elements. the lobby emulates the modern simplicity of the building, using sliding surfaces and lighting to activate the space, drawing tenants and guests inside.


the design of the stair, which replaced thirty feet of window wall, was driven by transparency. the frame-like stair circles a panelized glass feature wall which displays graphics identifying each floor and tying the design of the stair to the interior design. composed of sixty-one unique pieces of glass, the monumental wall was custom designed to eliminate the need for a guardrail between the runs of the stair. 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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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, inproving utilization while allowing space on even floors to be used for collaboration.

2016 | sandy springs, ga

washington | capitol

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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.

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circle packing theory was studied to identify a stable, repeatable pattern for bottle aggregation. the hexagonal lattice was selected because it is the most dense circle packing methods, and can account for both uniform and non-uniform circle sizes. using rubber bands for attachment due to their natural origins and biodegradable properties, bricks made up of (7) bottles were assembled, and in turn aggregated into blocks made up of (7) bricks.

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.

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isolated harmony |

isolated harmony is a one bedroom, live-work, urban infill project located in charlottesville, va. i chose a site located on a busy street corner surrounded by 2-3 story buildings, facing the south, and I selected a welding sculptor and a piano composer as the residents of the house. the two craftsmen require isolated space for their own work, but a private space which emphasizes closeness, so insulating each work space from the other and insulating the private from the public, and the street corner, were critical to the development of my project: isolated harmony. to provide a series of uncomplicated, environmentally insulated spaces, the building is divided by a heavy circulation wall, which separates work space from living space, and public space from private space. abstract, simple geometries define the independently situated, object-like working studios and a singular, frame-like living space clings onto the heavy circulation wall. pushing and pulling the craftsmen through the massive centering wall offers the unique conditions of both isolated work spaces and harmonious living space.

fall 2012 | charlottesville, va


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artful restoration is an urban-scale intervention in baltimore, maryland. the group project highlights a disparity in socioeconomics across eutaw street, between the bolton hill neighborhood and the upton & druid heights neighborhoods. public art has a strong precedent in the baltimore metro area, particularly in the area surrounding bolton hill, taking the form of commissioned works and graffiti. using this artistic movement as a basis for the rejuvenation of an area with extremely high vacancy and single-parent homes is the goal for artful restoration. one main campus, located in an abandoned block of rowhouses in upton, would house visiting artists who would teach classes, lead afterschool programs, and work on their own installations for the city. peripheral galleries maintained by local art students spread the art into the communities. these galleries will create a network of safe pathways, marked by public art, for children to use to access the main campus. these interventions restore the urban fabric to avoid the negative implications of vacant buildings, and provide safe, constructive after-school activities for area children.

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urban oasis |

f a l l 2 0 11 | n e w y o r k , n y

urban oasis is a large, city-block scale working museum for theo jansenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kinetic sculptures known as strandbeesten. my approach to the project transforms the creatures from land-going to sea-going, as they cross the ocean from the netherlands to new york city. in their new home, adjacent to the highline, the waterbeest evolves into a sewer-dwelling creature, enabling it to travel at will throughout manhattan, while cleaning and filtering the waste-water of the island.

the waterbeesten have both functional and aesthetic purposes underground, and the design of the museum supports this duality in an industrial, lightweight form factor. a submerged framework supports a series of platforms used to display and transport the creatures throughout the building as well as connecting them to the sewer system. suspended masses house the workshops, resident apartments, and studios. the public spaces are primarily navigated via curved, floating ramps that traverse the main atrium in a promenade which highlights the lifespan of the waterbeest.


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urban infill |

f a l l 2 0 11 | c h a r l o t t e s v i l l e , v a

urban infill is a local charlottesville project aimed at reusing a small, unused industrial driveway adjacent to a popular pedestrian mall. the design attempts to retain the open street level, while suspending a large mass overhead to shelter the site. programmatically, the design provides a small working studio for a local artist inside the suspended mass while allowing the public to slip between the mass and an existing brick wall to arrive above the studio on an extended rooftop hardscape. this area would provide a resting place for visitors hoping to picnic on the mall or view an artistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s exhibition. the material choices focus on contrasting the old and new, with a smooth concrete envelope for the studio and a natural palette for the hardscape and public space.


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melting [ice]berg |

2016

melting [ice]berg is a communal dining table designed for the amenity spaces manifests itself in the form of the millwork.

material uniformity was critical to the design, but was no less important to the function of the table. a unique, white, solid surface material was selected due to its exceptional stain resistance and inherent antibacterial properties.

initially conceptualized simply as an organic compliment to the angular millwork of the typical office space, numerous iterations drove the design towards a less cluttered design with a visual weight commensurate to the tableâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s prominence.

the embodiment of its atmosphere, the communal dining table takes a literal approach to the reinterpretation of the faceted [ice]bergs featured throughout the open office. melting [ice]bergâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s shape is drawn from that of a molten material poured over an amorphous surface.

angular slivers define regions of the expansive dining area before disappearing underneath the fluidity of the tabletop as gravity pulls the it earthward. two trunk-like legs, delicately shaped by fluid dynamics and organic geometry, anchor the table in the space. the exceptional scale of the table allows each leg to be occupied, further demonstrating itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s flexibility.


café at the new intercontinental exchange [ice] corporate hq. the juxtaposition between ice’s typical office space and its café and designed around softness and fluidity, the café at ice represents a u-turn from the sharp, angular forms of the open office space.

heavily involved in complete design process and prototyping, including digital modeling and 3d printing. applicable for all [ice]bergs depicted hereafter.

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faceted [ice]bergs |

2015-2016

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outside of the cafe, a pod of sculptural tables anchors a large open atrium. overlooked by the main entrance, the tables present employees with a venue for casual meetings or lunchtime conversation. recessed grommets finished to match the solid surface incorporate power and data to maximize functionality. defined by their flexibility, the tables were faceted to provide ample leg room for sitting in addition to creating areas designed for standing.


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riverfront residence, design by Moore Architects, PC, Alexandria, VA.

black ink on laser-etched plexiglass. part of a series of lasting letters -- physical manifestations of the (semi)permanence of communication in the digital age. ink rubbed into the plaque reveals a message previously obscured by transparency while a frosted front surface provides the contrast needed for legibility. water renders the frosted glass temporarily clear and cleans the words of their ink, temporarily obscuring the authorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s words.

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laser-etched letter on slate with knotted twine suspension. part of a series of lasting letters -- physical manifestations of the (semi) permanence of communication in the digital age. laser-etching bleaches the surface of the slate to perpetuate once fleeting words. water appears to wash away the slateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s message, only for it to reappear as the tablet dries.

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a box for a bottle of bourbon and two glasses. designed for a wedding party and accompanied by a handwritten letter and a pair of socks custom-designed by the bride-to-be. a warm cherry lid contrasts the white pine walls; a simple oiled finish accentuates the rich grain of the cherry veneer.

entourage edge, by entourage systems, inc. a dualscreen tablet designed to mimic the feel of a traditional book while taking advantage of the technological advances in epaper and touch displays. hardware was designed for ergonomics and flexibility, with a 180-degree hinge and rounded edges for grip. involved in research and design development from project inception through industrial design, user interface development, and hardware/software testing.


web design |

website modernization for heery international, a 500+ e experience for prospective clients, employees, and proje

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ICE - IntercontinentalExchange SERVICES: CLIENT: COLLABORATORS:

Interior Design / Engineering / Programming / Architecture / Construction Management IntercontinentalExchange Technical Innovations / Techzone / Knoll

SIZE: LOCATION: STATUS:

80,000 SF 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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the tile-based layout of the project pages that make up the portfolio are arranged into columns, defining clear zones on the page, but allowing for the flexibility of multiple platforms. each tile features the logo of a client, and when hovered upon, a thumbnail image of the project. the use of a square tile subtly acknowledges the proportions of the heery logo.

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M.Arch Candidate Portfolio Fall 2017

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M.Arch Candidate Portfolio Fall 2017

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