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j a m e s e y r e s

Architectural d e s i g n e r

P o r t f o l i o & C u r r i c u lu m V i ta e

James Eyres


declaration of intent What you will see in the following pages is a collection of my works throughout my professional and educational career, for which I have consistently excelled. However, I would like to stipulate here my yearning to provide more of a contribution than just design flare and an eye for the aesthetic and detail. I believe that Architecture as a profession is in a state of flux, where the next generation of architect will be required to be more dynamic and adjust to the ever changing economic climate and crises. Where I fit within this new role is still uncertain but this is my declaration that I will proceed with the attitude of exploration and open mindedness in the way that the role of the Architect will develop in the hope to ever avoid plateau and ensure continued growth & development. Having just completed nine months travelling through South East Asia with my girlfriend, we are now seeking a long term move to Australia with a refreshed sense of energy and purpose. I am ready more than ever to focus on progressing my Architecture career to the next level.


EDUCATION

James Eyres

2013 - 2015 University of the West of England (UWE) / Bristol / UK

MArch Architecture - (High Distinction) Master of architecture with specialism in sustainability

Awards & Grades RIBA Silver President Medal Shortlist (National) RIBA Wessex Prize Winner (Regional) Highest marks in the year for both years of Design Studio with 80%

Architectural Designer

Profile I am a strong believer in the importance of the Architect for shaping the lives of those around us on more than just an aesthetic level. I have found developing creative and ambitious design solutions that are grounded with a solid understanding of tectonics, social & environmental impact to be my Architectural focus. I am inspired by an honest approach to design that lets space, structure and materials speak for themselves. Tutors and employers have often commented on the strength of my design eye and ability to think in 3D.

Technical Skills Revit Vectorworks SketchUP V-Ray Photoshop Illustrator InDesign AutoCAD Rhino IES Ecotect

20072011 University of the West of England (UWE) / Bristol / UK

BEng Architecture & Environmental Engineering - (Merit) A dual degree accredited by both Architecture and Engineering bodies. Achieved distinction in Architecture modules

Awards & Grades Educate Sustainability Award (International) Honorary mention (top 5 from over 100 universities worldwide)

2005- 2007 South Dartmoor Community College / A levels / Design Award 2004 -2005 Somerset College of Arts & Technology BTEC National Diploma in Construction (Merit)

research 2014 - 2015 2010 - 2010 2007 - 2010

experience 2017 - 2018 Freelance Architectural Designer Independently led the design for the conversion of a group of barns into three four bed residential units to planning. Dealt with all negotiations with planners and consultants. Also worked part time whilst travelling for Stonewood Design on a freelance basis. 2015 - 2017 Stonewood Design / Architectural Designer / BD Small Project Architect of the Year 2017 Regularly liasing and negotiating with contractors. Carried out client meetings independently and as part of team. Drafting planning and construction packages. Given design responsibility over key design elements. Co-ordination and project management of junior members of the team. Regular on site experience and management of builders. 2017

Hobbies I spent a lot of my spare time throughout University writing music and gigging at the weekends with a band. We had a couple of UK and European tours supporting larger American bands and played some great festivals including Glastonbury before disbanding. In the UK I liked to keep active in the evenings and weekends, playing squash for my local club and golf when weather permits. I’m looking forward to getting stuck into some Aussie sports during my time here.

references

Design Research Thesis / Affordable Housing Solutions / Self Build Systems Fundamental & Advanced BIM (Revit) Week Intensive Training Course Integrated sustainable Engineering & Architecture modules First class dissertation on pre-fabrication techniques

Guest Tutor of Architecture / UWE & Bath University Provided one on one tutorials with 4th and 2nd year students. Gave guest lectures on visualisation and post editing. Attended interim presentations and assisted with marking. Invited by former tutors, I primarily used my holiday allowance to attend the sessions whilst still employed by Stonewood Design. I was asked to return in 2018.

2011 - 2013 Stride Treglown Architects / Mixed Use & Residential Team / International Practice Worked on a wide variety of projects within residential, commercial, refurbishment and interior design sectors of values ranging from <£1m to £40m. I played a key role in drawing up planning and construction drawing packages as part of a small team on multiple larger scale residential projects. 2011

Designer/Maker / Volunteer Project / “Air Your Laundry” Raising money for homeless charity Shelter we designed and built an art installation / market stall that sought to create a buzz in a deprived area of Bristol.

2006 - 2011 Labourer Practical experience on site in between academic years. Gave me a good understanding of site mentality and project management on site. Worked on school and residential projects undertaking simple carpentry and manual tasks.

Written references available on request

Contact

M: +44 (0)7722950215

e: eyresy12@gmail.com

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The LIVE.WORK.MAKE brief for the second year of the masters was developed through meetings with real on site stakeholders. My project developed a masterplan for the site, a custom-build co-housing scheme, selfbuild live-work units and a creative arts maker school in the run down suburban context of Knowle West, Bristol. It sought to redefine traditional methods of living, working, and educating, where the ambition was to foster social cohesion and resiliance amongst a deprived and fractured community through making.

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A se lf e vo lv i n g a r tis an c ommu nit y A masterplan for 61 co-housing units, 71 live-work units and a Maker School Masterplan Strategies

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A Standardised Custom-Build Housing Solution

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Maker-Work An “Open-Building” System The design of the live work units has been differentiated from the residential character of the custom build houses to be tailored towards the “maker”. These units require more self build skills with a pre determined structure that inhabitants can infill as they wish. The twin glulam structure gives some unity to the street frontage amonst the organic infill. External space rises up through the levels, with the structure giving the potential for informal cover or a framework for greenery.

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Maker Market Square

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he progression of spaces through the building starts conceptually from the tail end in the form of material deliveries, these make their way through the building being used for occupants to realise their ideas. The creations are then celebrated in the gallery exhibition space at the other end.

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Structural Development Models

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Structural views: The roof form was inspired by the cell structure of a series of stacked leaves

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Structural

Primary internal glue - lam structure Polished screed with underfloor heating pipes Steel flitchplate Mechanical ventilation Pre-cast concrete slabs Concrete frame Polished screed floor with underfloor heating Concrete raft foundation

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Eaves Detail Roof build up 1. 20x 80 cedar cladding 38 x 20 counter battens Rubber waterproofing membrane 38x20 battens Plywood Vapour control layer 220mm cellulose insulation Plywood Internal timber finish Secondary timber structure Primary structure 2. 440x200 Glue laminated timber 3.320x440 Glue laminated timber tieing member 4. 320 x 320 glue laminated timber column

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Edge detail 3. Insulation continues round to stop thermal bridge and is met by a recessed steel cap to the edge 4. 200x320mm concrete frame beam 5. 200 x 320 glue laminated timber fascia 6. Threaded steel bar with steel fasteners pins the glulam to the structure Glazing 7. Sliding double glazed door 8.Supported by steel strap that is pinned to the precast concrete slab 9. Window sill wraps over glue laminated timber to protect from water

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Section through Maker Library, Maker forest and Maker Market Square

Sheltered external space for markets and working

Greenery spreads from Maker Forest and Maker Sq up through the triple height space of the Maker Library


The concept for the use of the materials stems from the structuralist theory of binary opposition, in the way that two terms or two related terms are opposite in meaning. The strategy was to emphasise this relationship and develop a complementary and contrasting material pallete that draws attention to the way the building is made.

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Facade design Development

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the roofscape of the industrial sheds & “dancing” with it

This experiment used horizontal louvres which was later changed for vertical. The facade combines vertical timber cladding panels with louvering over glazing to dance studios. This allows the continuity of the facade to flow over the glazing and emit a glow across the harbourside and also helps to control solar gain and glare.

James Eyres


Structural Strategy

• Minimise on site construction by generating a kit of parts that can be quickly erected on site. • Expose and celebrate the buildings structure • Maximum flexibility for internal spaces • Structure sticks to the rigid 5 x 10m grid towards the North of the site and gradually begins to break on the way through the building

Primary structure (305 x 180mm) Secondary structure (180 x180mm)

Screed seals concrete slab to create structural diaphragm Precast hollowcore concrete slabs (1.2m x 5m) Cross bracing at key junctions and cores adds lateral support

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Covered balconies wrap the inside of the courtyard to act as studio spillout

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Night shot View looking north up promenade to fountains

James Eyres


Professional

Architectural Designer, Stonewood Design

experience Stonewood Design

About Stonewood Design A small practice of ten who have received national RIBA recognition for numerous projects and won BD Small Project Architect of the Year 2016. Stonewood Designâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s work is founded in building. With a sister construction company, the practice cares and fully understands the detail. The theme that connects their work is their interest in craft and context. I had the ability to work on a diverse range of projects at different stages with an increased level of responsibility due to the practices small size.

Pod Gallery

Art Gallery Extension Within Barn RIBA South West Award 2015, Wood Awards 2015 Highly Commended


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Myrtle Cottage Garden Studio

RIBA National Award 2015, RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize 2015 Finalist James Eyres


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Architectural Designer, Stonewood Design

Residential My Experience

A planning application for 20 sustainable new homes in a riverside location in Box Wharf. The scheme maximises the use of the sites complicated topography. We also developed a smaller scheme of 12 homes on the opposite side of the river with a creative tech worker space. The scheme uses a subtle, contempory style that uses materials from the surrounding context.

- Concept Design - Masterplanning - Site analysis/visits - Design Development - Design team meetings with wider professionals/consultants - Concept Proposals - Planning Application - Design + Access Statement - Visuals/Graphics (Vray/Photoshop) - 3D Modelling in SketchUp - 2D Drafting in Vectorworks


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â&#x20AC;&#x153;A sustainable community of 20 new homesâ&#x20AC;?

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Swindon housing

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Breaking the status quo of afforable housingâ&#x20AC;?

View along canalside An affordable housing scheme for 85 new homes in the Canalside area of Swindon. Working in partnership with urban design specialists Metropolitan Workshops on behalf of Swindon Borough Council. There will be a choice of 1, 2, 3 and 4 bed homes for sale and be situated along both banks of the canal. The scheme aims to deliver a unique, and quality, housing offer for Swindon.

My Experience I worked on early stage strategic masterplanning and helped develop unit types and visualisation. My experience studying house types and residential strategies at University was a helpful contribution to the team. Section through 3 bed typology


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bruton h o u s e

â&#x20AC;&#x153;A b e s p o k e high end homeâ&#x20AC;?

A contemporary new-build house which nestles in to the historic fabric of the village of Bruton in Somerset. Utilising a basement amenities floor, the scheme uses multpile pitched roof forms to give grandeur to the internal spaces that open out onto the enclosed south facing garden.

My Experience

I developed on site modelling and design iterations up to planning status. I had direct communication with the client over design concerns and layouts. I attended site meetings and regularly liased with ecologists & required consultants Aerial showing roof form and open courtyard

Approach material study image

James Eyres


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Rockliffe House

Rear garden elevation

Snug lounge with integrated witndow seat


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A bespoke home on a tight budget

My Experience The project required a sensitive design approach due to the siteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s proximity to the centre of UNESCO heritage City Bath. I Gained experience negotiating with planners to reach a design they felt comfortable with.

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Master bedroom in the eaves James Eyres


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Architectural Designer, Stonewood Design

C u lt u r a l welham garden museum

A Museum of the Garden. The Museum is set underground to blend into the landscape with one elevation opening onto the adjacent woodland. Exposed elements use rammed earth. The proposals will include an exhibition gallery, a visitor reception, refreshments, gift shop and conveniences.

View from timber woodland walkway showing how the elevation blends to the landscape

My Experience

- Museum Concept Design - Site layout options - Site visits - Graphics/Visualisation - Facade options - Internal layout options - 2D Vectorworks Drafting - 3D Sketchup Modelling - Bridge/balustrade design


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Approach view showing acessible roof linking to the woodland walkway

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Almost every man, woman and child in Britain has some connection to the garden. From the pots of carefully cultivated herbs on the balcony of the high-rise urbanite to the sprawling manicured lawns and clipped parterre borders of the country house, the pastimes of tending and enjoying gardens are almost universally shared.â&#x20AC;?

RE a l i s ation They include Kisiju (Coast region), Boko (Dar es Salaam) and Bagamoyo. Border posts such as Horohoro, Namanga, Holili, Tarakea, Songwe and Tunduma have law enforcement authorities, but they lack expertise for identifying counterfeits How can you change your value? Home Cinema is a market that demands calibration that is identical to that used within professional environments, essentially matching.

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James Eyres


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Architectural Designer, Stonewood Design

Ed u c a t i o n p r i m a r y, n u r s e r y & S p o r t s

A new classroom and hall building and new nursery for Kingswood School in Bath. The project is currently on site. The new building will take the form of a collection of pitched and hipped roofs. Roofs and walls will be clad in western red cedar shingles, a woodland crafted response, with a scale that children can relate to. A plinth is formed in a tactile brick which has the tones of Bath stone, relating the building to the wider school site and the World Heritage City.

My Experience - Internal layouts - Construction details - Landscape details - Material/product specification - Stair detail design - Acoustic detailing/ specification - Interior joinery package - Sports hall concept design 3D approach view of the school showing ground level brick plinth and shingle pitches above.


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3D view of typical art classroom

Interior view of swimming pool showing Cross Laminated Timber structure

James Eyres


Off i c e matter studios

My Experience I worked primarily on getting this project on site. I was responsible for a lot of the detailing and liasing with product manufacturers and contractors whilst developing the product/material specification.

I attended late stage client meetings and organised and attended weekly site meetings with the builders, often independently.

3D section showing workshops bespoke staircase and design meeting rooms

3D section showing kitchen & quiet work space


Boutique product deisgn office refurb

Upstairs study collab space

Photo from site visit James Eyres


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Pa r t 1 Experience

A sustainable community in a medieval town

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b a lt i c wharf This is a sustainable community at the southern edge of Totnes in Devon. It is on the site of a working boatyard adjacent to the River Dart. Phase 1 consists of 95 residences with associated streetscape, foodgrowing areas and a community orchard. The homes achive a minimum of Code for Sustainable Homes 4 with some achieving Code 5 and 6. All houses are provided with wiring for photovoltaic panels.


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Stride Treglown Architectâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s About: The practice is a multidisciplinary practice offering Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Surveying, Graphics, Interiors & Masterplanning & Urban Design services with international offices. It was beneficial to be exposed to larger scale projects and integrate with different professions within the industry in the same office; I gained a very different experience to Stonewood Design. I worked primarily in a small team with the regional director, head of sustainability and BIM champion within the mixed use & residential team.

Minimum code for sustainable homes 4 with some 5 & 6. Photo showing rear garden of 4 bed townhouse Photo from site visit

My Experience

I spent a lot of time modelling the site and housetypes in Revit up to planning. Other roles included: - Attending site meetings. - Design team meetings. - Material studies. - Liasing with material suppliers. - Graphics/ Visuals - Sustainable design research

James Eyres


p a i n t works Part 1 Experience, Stride Treglown

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Site photo near completion

Paintworks Phase 3

This was a dense inner city residential scheme based in the heart of Bristolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Creative Quarter. The original paintworks site was built in 1850 and used as a Victorian paint and varnish factory, and has since undergone a huge reinvention during the last decade. It was a great experience to work on such a large residential project in a small team. Experience summarised below: - Masterplanning strategies - House type design - Facade design - Revit modelling (daily) - Schedule information - Presentation material preperation - Attended public consultation - Tender information James Eyres


greenhill

the landscape. A high level clerestory makes use of the roofs natural step to negate the need for roof lights and to enable the new roof to â&#x20AC;&#x153;floatâ&#x20AC;? above the historic walls. All client and consultant New stone retaining wall meetings were led by myself.

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Volunteer

U G AN DA St. Michaelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Primary School, Busembatia, Uganda is a government aided school. Working as part of a small team we provided design ideas for a new Teachersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Accommodation, building on their previous work with clay brick forms in Southern Africa.


Bear Pit I designed and built the project with a friend from Uni. “Air Your Laundry” was a one day event that aimed to create a hive of activity and interaction and change peoples negative perceptions of a key public space in the centre of Bristol known as the Bear Pit.

Using donated items, passers by were invited to purchase an item hanging from the structure for a donation that they see fit. These donations went on to the charity “Emmaus”, a charity that helps homeless people in need, a demographic of particular relevance to the Bear Pit.

James Eyres


JE eyresy12@gmail.com

CV & Portfolio  

Collection of Educational & Professional Works

CV & Portfolio  

Collection of Educational & Professional Works

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