Hunter Clement Samplework 2020

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Hunter Clement Intern Architect AIBC | 778.918.5471 | hntrclement@gmail.com


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5 Hancock Field Station

Raymond Letkeman Arch.

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Medford Fire Station #5

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James Beard Public Market

1 Evans Architecture

Designing space, and experiences, is when I’m at my best. My design process blends human-centric principles with interactive collaboration. I enjoy creating workable solutions for clients, and enriching people’s lives, through architecture.


Evans Architecture

August 2020 - November 2020 | Vectorworks, Adobe CS I had the pleasure to work on a contract basis with the team at Evans Architecture to develop a couple BC school projects. Working under a tight CP deadline, I learned Vectorworks within a weekend and assisted with overall drawing production; especially renderings and interior/exterior elevations.


School Lobby Mixed Media Render Section 1 - Evans Architecture

Sample Interior Elevations


Exterior Elevations

This school doubles as a social centre for the First Nations community and learning space for students.

Section 1 - Evans Architecture


Raymond Letkeman Architects Inc. Mar 2017 - Feb 2020 | Sketchup, AutoCAD, Adobe CS My first architecture job was with RLA in 2017. I learned what goes into the typical office set and how to follow firm-wide standards of the highest quality. My focus was producting drawing sets (working drawings, permit drawings, etc.) for primarily large-scale, mid-rise part 3 and part 9 construction.

Section 1 - Evans Architecture


Sketchup Render

Section 2 - Raymond Letkeman Architects


Section and Firewall Detail

Section 2 - Raymond Letkeman Architects


James Beard Public Market Jan 2015 - June 2015 | Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe CS Oregon boasts countless farms, breweries, and restaurants, but one key element has been missing for decades: a flagship public market to showcase the best of local food and products. The chosen site was prime waterfront realestate, which was bisected by the iconic Morrison Bridge. The market’s design responds to the bridge’s form in its design and layout, while prioritizing public support spaces over privatized ones.


How could I integrate the structure into my design? I mimicked the bridge’s column spacing and material pallette.

Corner View at Southwest Entry

Section 3 - James Beard Public Market


Market Stalls Beneath Bridge

Section 3 - James Beard Public Market


Entry from MAX Public Transit Stations

Section 3 - James Beard Public Market


Medford Fire Station #5 Apr 2014 - June 2014 | Revit, Adobe CS

I designed a fire station for Medford firefighters and the greater community. Their existing station was falling into disrepair and didn’t address their needs anymore. My design simultaneously acted as a second home for its volunteers and paid staff, and as a beacon of public safety.


The station needed to be inviting, comfortable, and calming. At the same time, every second wasted exiting the building jeopardized citizens in crisis.

Preliminary Axonometric Sketch

Section 4 - Medford Fire Station #5


Aparatus Bays during a Training Exercise Section A

Section C

Gym

Courtyard

Admin

Aparatus Bay

Great Hall

Courtyard

Section 4 - Medford Fire Station #5


Training Lecture in the Meeting Room

Meditating in the Coutryard

Watching the News in the Common Hall Section 4 - Medford Fire Station #5


Section 4 - Medford Fire Station #5


Hancock Field Station Sept 2014 - Dec 2014 | Sketchup, AutoCAD, Adobe CS I designed a campground that strengthens social bonds between its varied users, and respects the natural environment. Campers entered the Field Station and slept in cabins located nearby, forming a village at night. During the day, they learned about the world in classrooms neslted between the hills. Connecting them all was Berrie Hall, waiting at the centre of the campground.


Campfire Mood Sketch

Teaching Room Sketches

I wanted everyone, including children on a field trip, or astronomy buffs scouting the stars, to be awed at nature’s wonder.

Section 5 - Hancock Field Station


Unwinding with paperbacks in the Library

Teaching children about Mother Nature

Section 5 - Hancock Field Station


Cabin Plan

Preliminary Cabin Sketch

Cabin Section

Section 5 - Hancock Field Station


Preliminary Exterior and Interior Berrie Hall Sketches

Gathering inside Berrie Hall for Dinner

Section 5 - Hancock Field Station


Thank You! For more information on myself and my projects, check out my personal website hunterclementdesign.com