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Design Portfolio

Jared Shue University at Buffalo M.Arch ‘11


Design Portfolio Jared Shue

Project One: National Soccer Hall of Fame Deconstruction Project Two: Leading Edge Student Design Competition Entry Project Three: Mixed-Used Urban Housing Project Four: Gillette Design Competition Entry Project Five: Delaware Park Residence Project Six: Museum Lighting Design Study Construction Technology Drawing: Croffead House Barcelona Sketches

Selected works from undergraduate, graduate and professional projects.

Silvestri Architects Project Samples


Project One: National Soccer Hall of Fame Deconstruction Graduate Fall Semester, 2010

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This project was a proposal to deconstruct a vacant 35,000 square facility which once held the National Soccer Hall of Fame (four miles outside of Oneonta, NY) and reuse the material to construct a smaller, more attractive facility in the center of the city in order to restore economic and social vitality in the downtown area.

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Proposed Hall of Fame Section A


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Outdoor Gathering Space

Lobby/Shop 1200 sf

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Interactive Exhibit Sp Space 800 sf

Exhibit Space 1100 sf

C Proposed Hall of Fame Ground Floor Plan

Exhibit Space 3500 sf

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B Proposed Hall of Fame Second Floor Plan

C Proposed Hall of Fame Section B

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Proposed Hall of Fame Section C

Outdoor Gathering Space

Lobby/Shop 1200 sf

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Exhibit Space 3500 sf

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Interactive Exhibit Sp Space


Proposed Hall of Fame Exterior Rendering (1)

Proposed Hall of Fame Exterior Rendering (2)

Proposed Hall of Fame Interior Rendering (3)

Metal Decking

Proposed Hall of Fame Interior Rendering (4)

Recycled Concrete

Open Web Steel Joists

Proposed Hall of Fame Detail Section a

Glass


Project Two: Leading Edge Student Design Competition Entry Graduate Spring Semester, 2010

This project was a competition entry for a Sustainable Technology Training Facility to be located in Long Beach, California. The educational facility was designed to utilize sustainable practices and gathered its inspiration from the region’s Union Pacific railroad history.

Third Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

Courtyard Concept Sketch

First Floor Plan

Basement Plan

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West Elevation

GreenTrain at Long Beach

79 deg. June 21st at Noon

GreenTrain

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at Long Beach

33 deg. Dec. 21st at Noon

Section A

Wood Shading System Site-Cast Concrete Panels Wood Shading System High Performance Insulated Low-E Glass

South Elevation

Continuous Fire Stop

Perforated Metal Exterior Walkway

Shading System

Upper Level High Performance Insulated Low-E Glass (Operable)

Section B

Concrete Footer

Ground Level

Shop Classroom Wall Detail


Project Three: Mixed-Used Urban Housing N Undergraduate Fall Semester, 2008

This project addressed the rising need for mixed-used space to accommodate for living/working/playing within the same complex. This need is based on the idea that as the city grows, space will shrink. The site of the project was a city block located in downtown Buffalo, NY.

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SITE PLAN SCALE: 1”=200’

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PARKING PLAN SCALE: 1/16”=1’

Parking Plan

First Floor Plan FIRST FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

SCALE: 1/16”=1’

PARKING PLAN

SCALE: 1/16”=1’

SWAN SECTION

SCALE: 1/16”=1’

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SWAN SECTION

FIRST FLOOR FLOOR PLAN PLAN FIRST

SECOND FLOOR FLOOR PLAN PLAN SECOND

SCALE:1/16”=1’ 1/16”=1’ SCALE:

SCALE:1/16”=1’ 1/16”=1’ SCALE:

MAIN SECTION

Second Floor SECOND FLOORPlan PLAN

Third Floor Plan THIRD FLOOR PLAN

SCALE: 1/16”=1’

North Elevation

SCALE: 1/16”=1’

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

SWANSECTION SECTION SWAN

SCALE: 1/16”=1’

FOURTH FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/16”=1’

ROOF PLAN SCALE: 1/16”=1’

SECTION MAINSECTION SECTION MAIN

Corresponding Section Fourth Floor Plan FOURTH FLOOR FLOOR PLAN PLAN FOURTH SCALE:1/16”=1’ 1/16”=1’ SCALE:

ROOF PLAN SCALE: 1/16”=1’

Roof Plan ROOF PLAN PLAN ROOF SCALE:1/16”=1’ 1/16”=1’ SCALE:


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Project Four: Gillette Design Competition Entry Undergraduate Fall Semester, 2008 in collaboration with Ryan Zegarelli and John Abisch

This competition called for a sculptural element to be built in front of the Gillette Headquarters in Boston, MA. This sculpture was to embody the brand of Gillette; in particular, this design showcased a clean, modern and bold presence in front of the building.


Project Five: Delaware Park Residence Undergraduate Spring Semester, 2006

Addressing the program of a single resident waterfront home and art studio, this conceptual design splits the functions of the home into multiple units with an idea of pushing and pulling to create a unique form. The drawings for this project were produced with ink on vellum.


Project Six: Museum Lighting Design Study Undergraduate Fall Semester, 2007

This lighting study used the concept of inversion as a design methodology to create unique space and light relationships. The concept and lighting details were used to design a boat museum that featured the construction of wooden hull boats.


Construction Technology Drawing: Croffead House Undergraduate Spring Semester, 2008 NOTES 1 Foundation for perimeter wall 36 inch wide by 12 inch thick continuous site cast concrete strip footing with 3-#5 reinforcement bars 2 External wall below grade 8 x 16 x 8 CMU inner and outer wythe

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3 External wall (first and second floors) 8 x 16 x 8 CMU inner wythe with 3-#5 vertical reinforcement at corners, openings and 48 inches oc and horizontal joint reinforcement at 16 inches o.c. vapor barrier 2 inches rigid insulation 2 inch air space 8 x 8 x 4 CMU outer wythe Stucco finish on interior

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4 Ground floor 1 Foundation for perimeter wall 4 inches compacted gravel/sand 36 inch wide by 12 inch thick vapor barrier 4 inch site cast concrete slab on grade continuous site cast concrete strip footing with mesh reinforcement with 3-#5 reinforcement bars

5 Window A at ground floor Site cast concrete sill 8 inch bond beam lintel 16 inch bond beam Wood framed double glazed window with wood mullions

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2 External wall below grade 8 x 16 x 8 CMU inner and outer wythe

6 Window B at ground floor Site cast concrete sill 8 inch bond beam lintel 16 inch bond beam Wood framed double glazed window with wood mullions

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3 External wall (first and second floors) 8 x 16 x 8 CMU inner wythe with 3-#5 vertical reinforcement at corners, Second Floor openings and 48 inches 72 oc andat 16 inches o.c. x 10 joists ¾ inch plywood horizontal joint reinforcement at 16subfloor inches ¾ inch wood plank finish flooring Ceiling o.c. ¾ inch gypsum board 8 vapor barrier 8 Window at second story 2 inches rigid insulation Site cast concrete sill 8 inch bond beam lintel w/ (2)-#5 grout 2 inch air space solid extend 8" ea. side of m.o. 8 x 8 x 4 CMU outer wythe 8 inch (2) course high bond beam lintel w/ (2)-#5 grout solid extend 8" ea. side of Stucco finish on interior m.o.

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Wood framed double glazed window

4 Ground floor 9 Bay Window at Second Floor Site cast concrete sill 4 inches compacted gravel/sand Concrete lintel with 4-#5 horizontal reinforcement at corners vapor barrier 8 inch bond beam flashing 4 inch site cast concrete Aluminum slab on grade with mesh reinforcement10 Roof 2 x 8 rafters at 16 inches o.c. ¾ inch plywood sheathing

Built-up roof membrane 5 Window A at ground floor Ceiling: Site cast concrete sill 2 x 4 joists at 16 inches oc with 4 inches batt insulation between 7 8 inch bond beam lintel vapor barrier 5 inch gypsum board 8 16 inch bond beam Wood framed double glazed with 11 Roofwindow at external wall (Parapet) 8 x 16 x 8 CMU inner wythe with 3-#5 wood mullions vertical reinforcement at corners

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vapor barrier 2 inches rigid insulation

2 inch air space 6 Window B at ground floor 16 x 8 bond beam outer wythe with 2-#5 Site cast concrete sill horizontal reinforcement at bottom corners 8 inch bond beam inner wythe with 2-#5 8 inch bond beam lintel horizontal reinforcement at bottom corners 16 inch 3 bond beam Wood framed double glazed window with wood mullions

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7 Second Floor 2 x 10 joists at 16 inches o.c. ¾ inch plywood subfloor ¾ inch wood plank finish flooring 2 Ceiling ¾ inch gypsum board 8 Window at second story 1 Site cast concrete sill 8 inch bond beam lintel w/ (2)-#5 grout solid extend 8" ea. side of m.o. 8 inch (2) course high bond beam lintel w/ (2)-#5 grout solid extend 8" ea. side of m.o. Wood framed double glazed window 9 Bay Window at Second Floor


Barcelona Sketches Graduate Summer Semester, 2010


Silvestri Architects Jaffarya Center - Amherst, NY Design Development Drawings, 2009

The following design development drawings and schematic designs are a sample of work done while at Silvestri Architects. Numerous documents, ranging from schematic drawings to construction documents, were produced under supervision of the project architect(s) while working at Silvestri Architects.

Silvestri Architects 1159 Main Street Office Building - Buffalo, NY Schematic Rendering, 2007

Comments from BuffaloRising.com


Silvestri Architects Pano’s Restaurant - Buffalo, NY Schematic Design, 2008

Silvestri Architects Zeptometrix Corporation - Buffalo, NY Schematic Design, 2007-2008

Pano’s (blue) sits on Elmwood Avenue (pre-construction).

Biotechnology firm Zeptometrix prior to construction on its existing facility and preservation of acquired mansion.

A series of schematic designs were drafted for the client. Schematic rendering of both facilities.

The new Pano’s based on a collaboration of designs.

Completed preservation of mansion.


Design Portfolio  

Selected architecture works from undergraduate, graduate and professional projects.