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PORTFOLIO GEOFFREY PEARSON BROWN

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an extreme WATER’S EDGE 01

VEGAS ON SCREEN 02

HERITAGE PARK 03

RINK 04


an extreme WATER’S EDGE The ferry station main purpose is allowing citizens and tourists an alternative route in order to reach Manhattan and the other Boroughs. Recently, Queens is redeveloping Hunter’s Point South with an assortment of residential towers, commercial developments, a recreational park area, and various pedestrian and bike paths. The ferry station’s design is meant to integrate the context around it into the building and site. This idea was accomplished by creating two distinct raised surfaces: one for bikers, and one for pedestrians. By allowing a proposed bike path to have a terminus on the roof of the station, bike owners can park their bikes and walk downward into the ferry station. The second surface is pulled up from the first surface in a peeling motion that creates clerestories. This second level is a grassed surface that pedestrians can walk onto. The functionality of the ferry station is achieved by creating a direct pathway from the greater Hunter’s Point area to the docking area at the water’s edge. By integrating the proposed context located around the terminal, the station will not only accomplish its purpose but also fit seamlessly into its surrounding.

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CONCEPTUAL TRANSLATIONS

Cafe/ Kitchen Waiting Area Restrooms Storage/ Mechanical Dock Control Room Police / Security Office Ticket Booth Tourist Kiosk Dock

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VEGAS ON SCREEN LAS VEGAS, NV DANIEL PRUSKE/JOSH NASON SUMMER 2012

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CONCEPTUAL TRANSLATIONS

DEFINE

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01.4 COMPOSITE CIRCULATION

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BUS ROUTE VEHICULAR CIRCULATION PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION

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HERITAGE PARK FT. WORTH, TX JAMES WHITE SPRING 2011 Downtown Ft. Worth is known for being an economic heart of the area. However when it comes to entertainment and attractions the Heritage Park area does not evoke the life and city culture of most large cities downtown areas. Over the past years the heritage park area had been abandoned and no longer were accessible. When give the task of creating a multi function complex I wanted to stress the need for the new project to work in well with the ideas set forth in the Trinity River Vision project. The Site also requires creating a building that can bridge the top of the park down to the river. Through the created design there are two processionals down to the river and also incorporates underground parking with a grass roof to keep the park fill throughout the site.

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GALLERY SPACE 1. GALLERY 2. RESTROOMS 3. OFFICE 4.STORAGE 5. PATIO

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Cafe/ Kitchen STUDIO SPACE 1. BATHROOM 2. BEDROOM 3. LIVING SPACE 4. PATIO 5. STAIRCASE 6. ELEVATOR 7. KITCHEN

STUDIO SPACE 1. BATHROOM 2. BEDROOM 3. LIVING SPACE 4. PATIO 5. STAIRCASE 6. ELEVATOR 7. KITCHEN

1ST AND 2ND FLOOR RESTAURANT 1. DINING ROOM 2. STORAGE 3. KITCHEN 4. BAR 5. RESTROOM 6. WAITING AREA 7. OFFICE

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Concrete Bearing Wall Concrete Slab 2” Steel Base Plate Steel I-Beam

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CONCEPTUAL TRANSLATIONS

SPORTS STUDIO:RINK LUBBOCK, TX MICHAEL PETERS, TTU MARK A. WILLIAMS, HKS HEATH MAY, HKS FALL 2013

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Project Description: Texas Tech University is exploring the feasibility of developing a new multipurpose venue. The new venue will be the training center for the Texas Tech Hockey Team and the home of a new Lubbock AHL Hockey Club. Project Goals: Functional: Focuses on the relationship of people and their interaction with spaces, activities and their associated characteristics. Spatial: Focuses on the physical environment and the quality of space. Economic: Focuses on the quality of construction and its relationship in budget and value, including operating and life cycle costs. Legacy: Focuses on the continuation of a sports legacy for the college of Texas Tech. Examines the influence of history and the relationship on change and projections.

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Functional: Accommodate 1 hockey arena with 5,000 fixed seats, including 300 club seats and 6 private luxury suites. Enhance the pedestrian and vehicular circulation around and through the site to extend the patrons overall experience. Develop a clear and logical flow of patrons that starts as they enter the site and parking areas and continues through security/ticketing checkpoints and culminates in their seats including associated amenities. Accommodate the changes necessary for hosting concerts or other non�sports related events.

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19TH STREET

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80’-0”

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1 SOUTH Elevation EAST ELEVATION 1/16” SCALE: 1’0” = 1/16”

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SANDBLASTED CHANNEL GLASS IWTH TRANSLUCENT INSULATION EXTRUDED ALUMINUM STACK JOINT SAFETY GLASS STEEL CROSS BRACING STEEL COLUMN STEEL SUSPENSION ROD CONCRETE SLAB ON METAL DECKING

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CHANNEL GLASS FACADE DETAIL

40’-0”

TRANSVERSE SECTION SCALE: 1’0” = 1/16”

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GEOFFREY PEARSON BROWN @

geoffrey.brown@ttu.edu

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geoffrey.brown90@gmail.com

806-928-7879

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3302 46th Street Lubbock, TX 79413

EDUCATION Texas Tech University COA I Lubbock, Texas

August 2008- May 2012

Bachelor of Science in Architecture |

Texas Tech University COA I Lubbock, Texas Masters of Architecture | Certificate: Urban and Community Design

Montreal Study Abroad I Montreal, Canada Urban Studio

Expected Graduation Date: August 2014

June 2011- July 2011

WORK EXPERIENCE Parkhill Smith & Cooper Architectural Student Intern Sector: Higher Education Texas Tech University COA I Lubbock, Texas

September 2013- Present

January 2013- May 2013

Graduate Teaching Assistant I Design Studio I

Best Buy I Lubbock, Texas Home Theater Sales Associate_Customer Service

July 2010- February 2013

HONORS Texas Design Schools: Exhibiting Public Interest Projects High Cotton

SKILLS AUTODESK REVIT AUTODESK AUTOCAD ARCHICAD RHINOCEROS 3D ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR ADOBE INDESIGN ARCGIS LUMION MICROSOFT OFFICE

June 2013



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