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Table of Contents Dietert Ranch

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El Jardin Ranch

11-15

Kabin

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High Cotton

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M.D. Anderson

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Montrea11

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DIETERT RANCH - GUEST PAVILION Dean Vernooy’s Visiting Critic’s studio: Mark Wellen, Rhottenberry-Wellen Architects, Fall 2012 Dietert Ranch, near Junction, TX Located 10 miles off of the highway outside of Junction, TX, the secluded site for this project was the site where the headquarters once stood for the surrounding ranches for the past one hundred years. To the north of the site is a small warehouse for cleaning game, while to the south lies a bunkhouse for three to four people to stay in as guests. All that remains of the old headquarters is some broken pieces of concrete slab, and a beam which housed the outerlying fence. I saw these remnants as beautiful objects that told a historically important story to the surrounding counties and culture.

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line of previous existing ranch house

DINING

GUEST KITCHEN

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GUEST BTHRM.

BREEZEWAY

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EL JARDIN RANCH - Cowboy Bunkhouse Dean Vernooy’s Visiting Critic’s studio: John Grable, John Grable Architects, Fall 2012 El Jardin Ranch, near Encinal, TX El Jardin Ranch was in need of housing for the cowboys who worked on it. The warden did not want to see or hear these men, but they needed a place of safety and security to stay while off shift. The bunkhouses were put together just close enough within earshot range for security purposes, yet far enough away from each other to provide the desired privacy. The use and heaviness of materials denotes the level of privacy within the bunkhouse. The two overhead doors in the living room open outwards to become awnings and extra shading devices, letting the breeze through.

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KABIN Dean Vernooy’s Visiting Critic’s studio: Tom Kundig, Olson-Kundig Architects, Fall 2012 Spring Lake, CO When asked to design a project small enough to live in for 30 days, far removed from society, and yet speaks about ourselves as young designers, the task that first sounded simple enough becomes large in its level of depth and meaning. I believe it is not only necessary to provide shelter and a space for a bed, but a space to keep the mind occupied.

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32' 8'

7'

8'-7"

10'

8'-7"

7'

PATIO

1D

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BATH

12'

2'-3 1/2"

BEDROOM

5'-8 1/2"

14'

14'

READING ROOM

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12'

10'

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12'

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4'

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7'

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ridge cap cor-ten steel flu protruding through roof

ridge cap

standing seam roof

standing seam roof

metal gutters

metal gutters

fixed clerestory windows

fixed clerestory windows entry light fixture

wrapped cor-ten steel top over header

1A

7'-8" h.h.

treated southern pine

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treated southern pine

bar-grate steps

+100' first floor finish floor

+100' first floor finish floor

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elevation - south

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cor-ten steel flu protruding through roof

ridge cap

hood vent exhaust

standing seam roof fixed clerestory windows

12'-0"

12'-0"

6'-7"

6'-7"

metal gutters

wrapped cor-ten steel top over header

treated southern pine

6'-5" h.h.

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concrete patio

bar-grate steps

+100' first floor finish floor

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4'

+100' first floor finish floor

8'

elevation - east

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ridge cap cor-ten steel flu protruding through roof

ridge cap

standing seam roof

standing seam roof

metal gutters

metal gutters hood vent exhaust vent

fixed clerestory windows

fixed clerestory windows

wrapped cor-ten steel top over header

entry light fixture

treated southern pine

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8'-0" h.h.

1D

7'-0" h.h.

treated southern pine

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bar-grate steps

+100' first floor finish floor

+100' first floor finish floor

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4'

elevation - north

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cor-ten steel flu protruding through roof

ridge cap

hood vent

standing seam roof

12'-0"

fixed clerestory windows

12'-0"

6'-7"

6'-7"

metal gutters

wrapped cor-ten steel top over header

concrete patio

bar-grate steps

+100' first floor finish floor

7'-0" h.h.

treated southern pine

cor-ten steel door

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bar-grate steps

+100' first floor finish floor

elevation - west

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HIGH COTTON - Adaptive Use for the High Cotton Gin Summer Studio part 2: Professor Elizabeth Louden, Summer 2013 Lubbock, TX On this particular site lies a project run by Link Ministries known currently as “Tent City”, where people experiencing homelessness on the streets of Lubbock can seek refuge and turn their life around. To the north of the site stands an old cotton gin and bur furnace from the 1950’s. Currently Link Ministries wishes to use this gin to serve the community of Tent City in recovery, security, and nutrition. Scattered along the facade one can see patches, tracings, and holes where different types of industrial equipment once protruded through the metal skin during the ginning process. These tracings tell a story and are unique to the place and cannot be recreated anywhere else without losing their significance.

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Security

Security

A: 205 sq ft

Security A: 1,526 sq ft

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R.R.

Cond.

A: 243 sq ft

A: 64 sq ft

Kitchen A: 1,091 sq ft

Serv. A: 291 sq ft

Serv. A: 276 sq ft

Phase I Dining A: 428 sq ft

R.R.

A: 304 sq ft

Cond. A: 40 sq ft

Offices A: 1,909 sq ft

Phase II Dining A: 726 sq ft

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8'

16'

first floor plan

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32'


Guest A: 140 sq ft

Guest A: 132 sq ft

Guest

Guest

Guest

A: 132 sq ft

A: 149 sq ft

A: 132 sq ft

R.R.

A: 598 sq ft

Future Exp. Mech.

A: 1,530 sq ft

A: 672 sq ft

Admin.

Laundry

A: 713 sq ft

A: 475 sq ft

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16'

32'

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second floor plan

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+138'-6" max height

+121' second floor top of plate +113' second floor finish floor

+100' first floor finish floor

elevation - north

+138'-6" max height

+121' second floor top of plate +113' second floor finish floor

+100' first floor finish floor

elevation - west +138'-6" max height

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+121' second floor top of plate +113'


+113' second floor finish floor

+100' first floor finish floor

+138'-6" max height

+121' second floor top of plate +113' second floor finish floor

+100' first floor finish floor

elevation - south

+138'-6" max height

+121' second floor top of plate +113' second floor finish floor

+100' first floor finish floor

elevation - east

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M.D. ANDERSON - EXPANSION Dr. Saif Haq’s Healthcare Facilities and Design studio: Spring 2013 with Richard Rucksdashel and Ron Gover, HKS Inc. Houston, TX M.D. Anderson is at the heart of Medical City in Houston, Texas. This project provides an expansion for their surgery suite, diagnostic imaging and interventional radiology, and post-anesthesia care unit. This project’s complexity was extremely educational.

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Soiled Wrkrm. A: 266 sq ft

8'

Fire Stairs

Cryo Reading

Equipment A: 397 sq ft

O.R.

A: 616 sq ft

O.R.

A: 616 sq ft

Lab

O.R.

A: 618 sq ft

Stain / Coverslipping

Pathology A: 1,658 sq ft

20'

Reception

Storage / Equip. A: 204 sq ft

Pharmacy

Isolation A: 132 sq ft

Tlt.

A: 55 sq ft

A: 809 sq ft

Stor.

Anesthesia A: 179 sq ft

O.R.

A: 616 sq ft

O.R.

A: 616 sq ft

Blood Bank

O.R.

A: 471 sq ft

Wrkstn. 3

A: 618 sq ft

Equip. A: 289 sq ft

Hskpng. A: 133 sq ft

Equip.

Wrkstn. 2

A: 115 sq ft

Toilet

A: 149 sq ft

Wrkstn. 1

Toilet A: 80 sq ft

Trans. Wind.

Toilet A: 82 sq ft

Support A: 288 sq ft

Support A: 292 sq ft

Toilet A: 80 sq ft

Toilet A: 82 sq ft

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5th floor plan - surgery suite + pac-u


Equip. / Stor. A: 254 sq ft

Fire Stairs

Reading A: 135 sq ft

Control

Staff

Equip.

Locker - M

A: 79 sq ft

Image

A: 140 sq ft

A: 280 sq ft

A: 55 sq ft

Clean

Tech Wrk. Drsng. A: 303 sq ft

A: 74 sq ft

MRI

Soiled

A: 600 sq ft

A: 53 sq ft

Diagnostic - R/F

Diagnostic - R/F

A: 456 sq ft

A: 456 sq ft

A: 128 sq ft

Locker - F A: 326 sq ft

Soiled

Hot Lab

A: 70 sq ft

A: 64 sq ft

A: 74 sq ft

Computer A: 187 sq ft

A: 53 sq ft

Control PET - CT

Tech Wrk. Drsng. A: 266 sq ft

Toilet

A: 274 sq ft

Holding A: 230 sq ft

Hskpng. A: 66 sq ft

Equipment

Toilet

Equip.

A: 103 sq ft

A: 64 sq ft

A: 60 sq ft

Tech Work.

A: 115 sq ft

A: 506 sq ft

Scrub A: 44 sq ft

Post.

A: 115 sq ft

A: 69 sq ft

A: 551 sq ft

Reading

A: 123 sq ft

Clean

Office

Scrub

Clean

Reading x3

A: 149 sq ft

A: 240 sq ft

Sterile A: 130 sq ft

Clean A: 154 sq ft

Sterile A: 125 sq ft

A: 47 sq ft

To: Imaging

To: I.R.

Dressing A: 46 sq ft

Computer

Toilet

A: 109 sq ft

Reading

A: 59 sq ft

A: 90 sq ft

Tech Work. A: 217 sq ft

A: 215 sq ft

Diagnostic - CT

Diagnostic - CT

Soiled A: 59 sq ft

Clean A: 74 sq ft

Equip.

Staff - Break

A: 506 sq ft

A: 506 sq ft

Control

Office

A: 120 sq ft

A: 315 sq ft

Staff - Work

I.R. - CT

Waiting A: 961 sq ft

A: 600 sq ft

I.R. - Angio

Control

A: 750 sq ft

A: 147 sq ft

A: 105 sq ft

A: 60 sq ft

Computer A: 109 sq ft

Computer A: 124 sq ft

Control

I.R. - CT A: 600 sq ft

A: 311 sq ft

Scrub

Control

A: 45 sq ft

A: 147 sq ft

Sterile A: 105 sq ft

I.R. - Angio A: 750 sq ft

Supply - Clean A: 160 sq ft

Supply - Clean / Ster.

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BFFA01

BFFA01

BFFA01

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Valet / Stor. A: 671 sq ft

Discharge Lounge

Waiting / Lobby

Valet / Stor. A: 478 sq ft

555.63'

Vestibule

Reception

Vestibule

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Waiting / Lobby

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16'

32'

1st floor plan - lobby + discharge

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MONTREA11 Study Abroad - McGill University, Summer 2011. Undergraduate. Montreal, Quebec, Canada This studio analyzed the fine line between old historic Montreal and the new Montreal. This facade I designed absorbs the rhythm of the city and the surroundings of the site at a more abstract level.

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