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Hannah Berryhill

graduate architecture student // interior designer


hcberryhill@gmail.com // 832.863.1638


Table of Contents

Academic // Tulane University

Mardi Gras Indian Institute Mapping the City Museum of New Orleans

Academic // The University of Texas at Austin

Biker Chic UT Preventative Care Clinic Purify South by Southwest

Professional // Allison Burke Interior Design W Residence Northwest Hills Residence

Personal // Originals

Photography Woodworking


Mardi Gras Indian Institute Tulane Design 2200 Professor Tiffany Lin Created Spring 2016 Location New Orleans, LA

The Mardi Gras Indians of New Orleans represent a unique cultural phenomenon that is specific to the city. This studio explored the generation of architecture through the analysis of a cultural artifact, which was, in this case, a Mardi Gras Indian Suit. My particular focus was on the back of the crown, whose multi-faced nature inspired my design process. Different “cones of vision� for the Mardi Gras Indians housed program that varied in levels of privacy, with public spaces found on the first floor and private sewing and residential spaces for the chief Indians on the higher levels.

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Mapping the City Tulane Design II Professor Tom Holloman Created Fall 2015 Location New Orleans, LA

A jog in the road is not a coincidence. The angled houses are not a mistake. Criss-crossed streets have a story to tell. The story of the city can be read from above. If topography has always formed place, what happens when technology supersedes it? Muddy riverbanks and swamps are inherently fluid, Yet we riddle our cityscape with rigid, gridded streets. Communities grow and grids collide creating a chaotic, archaic, messy, beautiful, New Orleans.


Museum of New Orleans Tulane Design II Professor Tom Holloman Created Fall 2015 Location New Orleans, LA

A museum for a city full of fractured structure and art. While one side speaks of the fluid landscape that formed the city, the other reveals the rigidity of the newer systems imposed. Both equal in weight, but their history varies. A central atrium connects the two, connects the levels of the museum. In a city abound with life, food, art, music, history, culture, what can be more important than education

which reveals the wrongs of the past, the ways of the present, the possibilities for the future?


Site Diagrams

Interior Render // gallery space


Models // process


Biker Chic UT Austin Design V Professor Carl Matthews Created Fall 2011

Industrial materials contrast Victorian design, yet industrialization is the catalyst for its existence. A memory of tufted cushions is shown through machine-made rubber, twisted and stretched in the absence of fabric. Texture from woven bicycle tubes recall the pattern of parquet wood floors while nickel tacks on rubber piping reminisce the significance of metal during the industrial era. High-gloss pink reflects a taste for the ostentatious and a newfound prevalence of artificiality. And so, a chair, transformed with recycled materials, all at once embraces its Victorian past while professing its gratitude to the industrial era which paved the way for its existence.


UT Preventative Care Clinic

Honorable Mention 2013 AIA SES Student Healthcare Design Competition Student Team H. Berryhill, A. Kahler, D. Valles, R. Rodriguez Professional Advocate M. Covo of Morris Architects Academic Advisor Dr. N. Kwallek It is said we have nothing if we do not have our health; but what about those who already have nothing, including their health? Education is the first place to start. If we can prevent the illness, we are two steps ahead. A center for education prevention preservation healing health where new and old transportation align in the heart of a neighborhood most deserving of these precious resources. In alliance with our other community anchors, our focus is health:

Public health, by educating our community through classes and galleries Personal health, through our screenings and immunizations Mental health, in our healing garden, daylighting, and counseling services Family health, through new public spaces for play and recreation Neighborhood health, in iconic architecture and places for gathering Through the power of community and the foresight in preventative care, we are reclaiming the health of our neighborhood.


Plan 1. Public transportation entrance 2. Entrance from parking lot 3. Reception 4. Public education space 5. Flexible classrooms 6. Waiting hall 7. Nurses’ station 8. Caregiver area 9. Caregiver storage 10. Staff break room 11. Service space 12. Mechanical rooms 13. Consultation room 14. Treatment room 15. Healing gardens


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Reception/Public Education Gallery As the clinic encourages preventative care, the public education gallery played a large role in the design of the northern building. The gallery offers health information as well as selfdiagnostic stations to encourage patients to take charge their own health.

Interior Renderings: H. Berryhill


Consultation Room A casual, residential-like environment is provided for caregivers to discuss health plans with patients. The TV can be used to access health records or video conference with a specialist.

Waiting Hall Serves as a transition space between the public and private facilities. The transparency of the hall allows guests to experience the health benefits of natural light and views of nature.


Purify South by Southwest 2014 UT Austin Advanced Design Professor Igor Siddiqui Created Spring 2013

Each March, a springtime perennial blossoms in downtown Austin. Its festivities celebrate film music education innovation & play Its downtown hub becomes a car-free oasis surrounded by a sea of gridlocked traffic. Around the oasis blooms the living, breathing presence that protects the sacredness of play. Inhaling, its skin breathes impurities from the air. Exhaling, pollution is replaced with fresh oxygen. Its bamboo bones morph to frame the event: twisting, opening, reaching, to house venues, direct traffic, shield pedestrians. On a global stage, a cathedral of rhythm, life, and innovation grows. When its blooms fade, the roots remain dormant beneath the city. Its traces are left on the minds of inquirers who learn through example that even a perennial blossom can leave a lifelong impression.

Purify SXSW is a temporary installation made of bamboo scaffolding and titanium-dioxide infused fabric that surrounds the festival grounds and neutralizes pollution.


Installation signals street crossing of pedestrian area on Red River St.

Creates sound and visual barrier between I-35 and SXSW

Pop-up shop for CatClo

Film viewing and resting place for participants

Creates distinct barrier between pedestrian and car zones


Project Assembly


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Project Afterlife Bamboo and pollutant-neutralizing fabric would be reused and recycled in multiple ways after SXSW 2014.

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Professional Work

Allison Burke Interior Design Junior Interior Designer Project Types Residential & Commercial Austin, TX 2014-2015

The project on this page is from a condo renovation in the W Residences in downtown Austin. Allison and I worked through all phases of this project: schematic design and design development; material selection; space planning; furniture, lighting, and fixture specifications; a full set of construction documents (including an extensive set of custom millwork details); client meetings; contractor and subcontractor meetings; and construction administration. The project on the following page is a sample from a comprehensive residential renovation that Allison and I designed during the summer of 2015. For this particular residence, I worked on schematic design, material selection, creating the digital model, a full set of construction documents for bidding, bid comparison and reviewing, and also held client meetings and maintained progress on projects while Allison was on maternity leave.

Pre-renovation photos of the 32nd floor of the W Residences.


Furniture Plan // specifications

Minotti Ashton Chair

Minotti Lennon Table

GUEST ROOM

CLOSET

Gervasoni Brick Sofa

UTILITY

OFFICE

KITCHEN

MASTER BEDROOM GALLERY SPACE

OFFICE

Poltrona Frau Jack Bed

Asplund Kilt Cabinet

Ingo Maurer Lacrime del Pescatore

Minotti Prince Chair

Marcel Wanders Smoke Table

LIVING ROOM

Lindsey Adelman Branching


Master Bath Renovation Materiality A carved central skylight and semi-transparent window light the all-white bathroom. Black fixtures contrast the white tiles while a carrara floor and wood veneer millwork add warmth to the space.

Living Room Renovation

Skylight Details To light a previously dark interior living room, a large transom window was added to the living room. Glass doors opened up views to the back garden, and skylights in the patio provided additional daylighting for the interior spaces.


Furniture + Lighting // presentation samples

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Dining Room

Rich Brilliant Willing: Gala Cross 42w 72d 17h $9305

CTO - Array Cotton 58-66d 33h $4950

Roche Bobois Stiletto Chair 18.5w 21.7d 31.9h $755 (leather)

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Roche Bobois Kasuka Chair 17.5w 23d 33.5h $1381 (leather)

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Design Lush: JF Dining Series 120-142l 42w 30h $11.500 Rug Concepts:


Woodworking

Personal Projects Summer 2014

Simple projects built with reclaimed materials, a desire to build, a heart for design, and spare weekend time.


Architectural Photography & Editing Project Types Residential & Commercial Austin, TX 2014-2015

Sugar Mama’s // Allison Burke Interior Design Published on Retail Design Blog: April 2015 Published on Apartment Therapy: February 2016


Shoal Creek Poolhouse // Allison Burke Interior Design


Downtown Houston Loft


Hyde Park Apartment


Hannah Berryhill hcberryhill@gmail.com // 832.863.1638



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