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Jacob Bayer Architecture Portfolio


Jacob Bayer (513) 787-2664 bayerjd@mail.uc.edu

Education University of Cincinnati

Cincinnati, Ohio Fall 2016 - Present Bachelor of Science of Architecture Class of 2020

Skills

Rhino, Revit, Adobe Products,V-Ray, SketchUp, Auto CAD, Microsoft Office.

Experience Trinity: Planning, Design, Architecture Columbus, Ohio. January - May 2018

Construction document production for health care facilities including a new build surgical center and two multi-floor fit-outs in existing buildings. Conducted parking analyses to determine the need of parking at a health care facility. Prepared documents for presentations with clients and consultants.

Mike Stock Cincinnati, Ohio. May 2015 - August 2017 Constructed decks, Performed a variety of tasks including

digging ditches for foundations, pouring concrete, cutting and installing lumber. Continually Cleaning work area and equipment.

Fram Filtration Hebron, Kentucky. May - August 2017

Processed Shipments of automotive parts. Sorted and loaded packages onto trailers to be distributed to corresponding locations within the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

Sugar Ridge Golf Club Lawerenceburg, Indiana. May - August 2016

Preformed routine upkeep and maintenance on golf carts. Maintained cleanliness of the club house and golf course.


Contents

Professional Work Western Pennsylvania Surgery Center 6 Dominion World 10

Educational Work Poetry Foundation 14 Rowing Facility 22 Mashrabiya Project 28 Various Drawings and Sketches 32


Western Pennsylvania Surgery Center Trinity: Planning, Design, Architecture


The project is a two story new build surgical center in Center Township, Pennsylvania. The project was on a tight schedule calling for all hands on deck in order to meet deadlines. I was given the task of producing construction documents for the core and shell package and some preliminary tenant package documents. My team produced presentation materials to show the client to communicate the potential look of the building.

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My task was to produce construction documents of the stair and lobby areas. The lobby area was of vast importance as it was a major design element and established a tone for the rest of the building upon entry. A ceremonial stair wraps around the perimeter of the lobby area passing over the door to grant second floor access to the tenant spaces above the surgical center.


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ACOUSTICAL CEILING PANEL SYSTEM WITH EDGE CORNER

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STAIR - NORTH 2 LOBBY 1/4" = 1'-0" 8D A3.2.5

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A ALL WELD CONNECTIONS SHALL BE GROUND AND SANDED, SMOOTH TO THE TOUCH B ALL EXPOSED STEEL SHALL BE PRIMED AND PAINTED 827 YA C HANDRAILS ANDGUARD RAILS SHALLRESIST A LINER LOAD OF COLUM A ALL WELD CONNECTIONS SHAL 50 plf. MIN T: 614.8 SMOOTH TO THE TOUCH D HANDRAILS AND GUARD RAILS SHALL RESIST A CONCETRATED 614.8 B ALL EXPOSED STEELF: SHALL BE LOAD OF 200 lbs. MIN. C HANDRAILS ANDGUARD RAILS S E GLASS GUARD PANELS MUST SECTION 2407 OF THE IBC FOR 50 plf. MIN DEVEL TEMPERED FLASS AND SECTION 2406 OF THE IBC FOR GLAZING D HANDRAILS AND GUARD RAILS MICHAE F VERIFY FIELD DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS PRIOR TO LOAD OF 200 lbs. MIN. FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION 215 EXE E GLASS GUARD PANELS MUST S G ALL TREADS TO RECIEVE COLOR CONTRASTING NON SLIP SUITE 3 TEMPERED FLASS AND SECTIO NOSING CRANBE F VERIFY FIELD DIMENSIONS AND H ROOF AND ELEVATOR PIT LADDERS TO COMPLAY WITH IBC FABRICATION AND INSTALLATIO 724.934 OSHA AND ANSI STANDARDS G ALL TREADS TO RECIEVE COLO NOSING CIVIL E H ROOF AND ELEVATOR PIT LADD TRANT OSHA AND ANSI STANDARDS

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Dominion World

Trinity: Planning, Design, Architecture

This project was for constructed that c show clients in orde


r a televised church group that had a large flat site with little existing development and wanted a church could meet their needs. I was involved in some preliminary schematic work and prepared renderings to er to move forward with the project.

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PLAZA

LOBBY CONCOURSE 2200 SF WELCOME CENTER 790 SF

RESTROOMS 450 SF

STOR.

OFF. 125 SF

OFF. 125 SF

KITCHEN 120 SF

RESTROOMS 450 SF

REGISTRATION CD/DVD CENTER TV/VIDEO WORK SOUND/LIGHTING

NURSERY YOUTH GARDEN

CAFE 280 SF

OFF. RR 125 SF

PASTOR 220 SF

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NURSERY 890 SF

DRESS.

HOSPITALITY 335 SF

RR

GENERAL STOR. 255 SF

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GENERAL STORAGE 375 SF

AUDITORIUM 5,320 SF 600 SEATS

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YOUTH CENTER 1080 SF

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STAGE 1555 SF

SECURITY COUNTING 180 SF LOADING

MECH 420 SF

MECH 420 SF

LOADING

OFF STAGE - STAGE SUPPORT 1,900 SF

TOTAL AREA = 19,500

VESTIBULE

YOUTH CENTER/ CLASSROOMS

ADMINISTRATION

SERVICE

SERVICE LOBBY CONCOURSE

RESTROOMS RESTROOMS

SUPPORT

RESTROOMS

WELCOME CENTER • • • •

REGISTRATION CD/DVD CENTER TV/VIDEO WORK SOUND/LIGHTING

RESTROOMS

SUPPORT

NURSERY HOSPITALITY/ SALLY PORT

EXPAND SANTUARY

LOADING

STAGE

EXPAND SANTUARY

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MECH OFF STAGE - STAGE SUPPORT

LOADING


The project is very interesting in how construction will occur. The client does not have the budget to complete the whole building at once so a phasing plan had to be created to show the client how they could add to the building over time. The form of the building was derived from abstractions of significant religious objects and symbols, such as the star of David. My task was to modify and clean up presentation materials that would be shown to the client for feed back moving forward.

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Poetry Foundation

The objective of the 8,000 square feet. T being restored and row houses and is w


e project was to design a poetry foundation containing a specific program while keeping the design within The site is small community park within Cincinnati’s Over the Rhine area, a large historic district that is slowly d renovated to meet the needs of the growing urban community. The park sits in between two multistory widely used by residents of the area.

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The building was developed through iterations of massing models that were refined to best incorporate the program in a way that would provide and excellent experience for the inhabitant. It was also important to maintain aspects of the park by creating a space that could be utilized and enjoyed by the community.


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The building contains green roofs that reside at different heights in order to create pockets of space above the busy urban scene on the street below. The green roofs create a sense of nature in a very urban area that has a lot of vehicle and pedestrian traffic. It is important to provide users of the building with spaces where they have the opportunity to relax and study poetry while getting away from the hectic activity on the street level. A study of plan and section was conducted to begin to place the program in an interesting yet functional way that would enhance the experience of the user of the building.

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The concept of the building is how it reacts to the context of the site and the surrounding area. The street in which the site is located contains many traditional style row houses that create a wall of facades from the street view. Rather than placing the entrance of the building along the street like its neighbors, a cantilever reaches out to subtly suggest there is a building within the void that would be seen from the street when passing by. The rest of the building then recedes back into the site. The front of the site opens out onto Vine Street which contains many shops and restaurants and is a high foot traffic area. The program of the building required an entry, multipurpose space, library, archival space, gallery, offices, classrooms, and an auditorium. After blocking out the program I used glass boxes that run from floor to ceiling to guide people through the spaces and reach exterior terraces on the roof. The interior of the building has a more open floor plan in which the entry, library, and gallery overlap divided only by the glass volumes that create the sense of a wall but are transparent. The glass boxes are open at the roof level and have plants on the ground floor as to let the exterior gardens seep into the interior spaces. The glass boxes also allow for soft lighting to get into the building from above due to the narrow site being wedged between two buildings.


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Rowing Facility

This project is a stu Licking River just o the river. The site development of N


udy tectonics and how the mode of making can inform building design. The site is located on the outside of Newport, Kentucky. The building is a facility where rowers can train and launch boats into is an untouched piece of land right on the river that faces the city of Cincinnati on one side and Newport on the other. The site is cut in half by a levee used to suppress the flooding of the river.

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The building form comes from the views from the site. From one direction you can see the Cincinnati skyline and from the other view the finish line for where boats would be racing. The views create angular geometry that is reflected in the form of the building as the building integrates with the topography and creates a courtyard that cuts through the levee and establishes a connection from one side of the levee to the other. The integration of the building with the topography creates the opportunity for the courtyard to extend directly onto the roof of the building creating a more open space and providing a high point to view the river from.

The form of the building is then refined through iterations of model building at various scales that allow for the opportunity to explore different aspects of the building at a certain level of detail. At a more medium building scale of the project the mass starts to take on more characteristics of a building including glazing and openings to address issues of circulation and environmental factors such as exposure to the sun.

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The building then is explored on a smaller scale looking at only one space within the interior to establish the quality of experience that the user will receive. Allowing the rowers to have a view of the river while training is important so that they can establish a connection with the water. At the smallest scale a detail is explored to understand how the quality of light is within the building I studied how shading devices can be used to address sun exposure making the building more efficient and allowing for a better experience for the user.


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Mashrabiya Project

The mashrabiya pr that can be applie to protect the build create a new patte


roject was a study in various programs and how they can be used in architecture while also learning skills ed in the field. The task was to look at a mashrabiya screen, a commonly used device in Arabic architecture ding from sun exposure and contribute to ventilation, and simplify a few elements of the pattern and then ern.

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Once the pattern was broken down a new pattern was formed based on the simplified shapes. This new pattern was the iterated upon and applied to an object to create a structurally component that could then be given a purposed and rendered to demonstrate that purpose. My structure is to be used as a setting for a movie as the rendering shows the structure being applied to context that gives it scale and a purpose.


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Various Drawings and Sketches


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Invisible Cities Re-imagined Drawing


It is important to me to practice sketching and drawing in order to quickly convey ideas effectively.

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Jacob Bayer (513) 787-2664 bayerjd@mail.uc.edu

Jacob Bayer Architecture Portfolio  

Second Year Architecture Portfolio University of Cincinnati

Jacob Bayer Architecture Portfolio  

Second Year Architecture Portfolio University of Cincinnati

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