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JENNIFER L. TAYLOR, ASSOCIATE AIA BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE TUSKEGEE UNIVERSITY 2013

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DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL: MAXWELL BOULEVARD

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TUSKEGEE ALUMNI HOUSE AND COMMUNITY CENTER

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NATIONAL PARK SERVICE: WELCOME AND INTERPRETIVE CENTER

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ARTISTIC WORKS AND GRAPHICS GALLERY

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DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL: MAXWELL BOULEVARD Montgomery, Alabama 5th Year Studio | Professor R. Sehgal The Development Proposal for Maxwell Boulevard consisted of a two part process, the first of which involved a group project to create a master plan of a city block. The master plan incorporates a courtyard with visible access to the landscape of the Montgomery River and downtown area. Throughout the development of the city block each group addressed elements of urban design, architectural design, landscape, and accessibility. Personal contributions were made to the site observation, overall city block layout, landscaping, and final presentation of group proposal. The second component of the proposal was the individual design of a mixed-use building, consisting of retail, office, and residential spaces. The individual building design to the right allows for an open floor plan that does not conform to the unique building shape. The floor plans create a fusion of the natural and built environment due to the multiple areas of outdoor accessibility.


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PHASE 1:

PHASE 2:

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PROPOSED BUILDING SITE

MASTER PLAN OF CITY BLOCK

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2

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RETAIL

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OFFICE

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RESTAURANT

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SEATING

10 TERRACE

11 MECHANICAL

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OUTDOOR SEATING

FLOOR 1: LEASABLE RETAIL

10 TERRACE

12 STORAGE

12 STORAGE

FLOOR 2: LEASABLE OFFICES

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APARTMENT - 1 BR

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APARTMENT - 1 BR

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APARTMENT - 2 BR

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APARTMENT - 2 BR

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PUBLIC LOUNGE

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PUBLIC LOUNGE

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WELLNESS CENTER

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WELLNESS CENTER

10 TERRACE

10 TERRACE

12 STORAGE

12 STORAGE

FLOOR 4: APARTMENTS

OFFICE

FLOOR 5: APERTMENTS

FLOOR 3: LEASABLE OFFICES

FLOOR 6: APARTMENTS


NORTH

APARTMENTS: 1 AND 2 BEDROOM

ROOF GARDEN

SECTION

EAST

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“BRIDGING” TUSKEGEE ALUMNI HOUSE & COMMUNITY CENTER Tuskegee, Alabama 4th Year Studio | Professor FlukerBACHELOR Conducted as a design competition, the Tuskegee Alumni House & Community Center proposal was presented to 4th year architecture students as a opportunity to design an important component of Tuskegee’s legacy while utilizing elements of historic preservation. This competition was a four month, studio-based group project that was incorporated into the Historic Preservation elective course. Although the existing Varner House presents characteristics of Antebellum architecture, our group was challenged to push the envelope. The goal of the proposed Tuskegee Alumni House and Community Center is to maintain the existing Varner House, while creating a bridging connection with each individual building addition through interior and exterior spaces in harmony with nature. Bridging will also be mastered through the connection of the past and present which is depicted by movement, style, and materials.


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EXISTING ELEVATIONS EXISTING ELEVATIONS EAST ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION

G ELEVATIONS

EAST ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION WEST ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION


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ALUMNI AFFAIRS - 120 SF

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ALUMNI AFFAIRS - 200 SF

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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE

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GENERAL OFFICE

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TOURIST & INFORMATION

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ENTRY - LOBBY - GALLERY

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MEETING ROOM LOUNGE

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RESTROOM

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10 CONFERENCE ROOM 11 STORAGE

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12 MECHANICAL

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13 BALCONY 14 GIFT SHOP 15 GARDEN 16 EVENTS AREA

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18 CAFE’

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17 KITCHEN

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THE DAYLIGHTING DESIGN FOR THE ALUMNI AND COMMUNITY CENTER DEMANDS FOR A HIGHER DAYLIGHTING FACTOR FOR THE BRIDGE, CAFE’, LOUNGE AND GIFT SHOP AREAS, DUE TO THE FACT THAT THESE AREAS ARE DESIGNATED AS REST AND RELAXATION AREAS. THE GOAL WAS TO HAVE THE MOST NATURAL LIGHTING IN THE REST AND RELAXATION AREA THAN OTHERS.

WEST ELEVATION


HIERARCHY

GEOMETRY

INTERIOR BRIDGE

ADDITION

CIRCULATION

CAFE’

NATURAL VENTILATION AND DAYLIGHTING SECTION

EXTERIOR RENDERING

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NATIONAL PARK SERVICE: WELCOME & INTERPRETIVE CENTER Tuskegee, Alabama 5th Year Studio | Professor R. FlukerBACHETuskegee University’s legacy has exhibited a strong, never ending culture and history that has continued to grow and progress throughout time. The design of the National Park Service Welcome and Interpretive Center will continue that progressive legacy as it highlights an alternative form of design that is not yet present within the city of Tuskegee. This proposal will incorporate interactive architecture, which is a form of design that utilizes technology to enhance the learning experience of those who tour the building. While the Welcome Center offers general information to the public, the Interpretive Center creates a fun filled atmosphere such as user specific areas, a movable restaurant, interactive screens, and a floor to ceiling ramp that allows visitors to remain enagaged in all activities offered throughout building. In addition, partition walls and mixed use program spaces allow an ever changing spatial design that will attract visitors to return.


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FLOOR 1

NORTH ELEVATION

FLOOR 2

FLOOR 3

SECTION

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EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

DISPLAY AREA

STRUCTURAL RENDERING

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ARTISTIC GRAPHIC WORKS I have often considered myself an atypical emerging professional in the field of architecture. During high school, I was intrigued by the effect that art can have on individuals and its environment. My passion for art transformed into a passion for art at a larger scale, which in turn became my initial interest in architecture. In all honesty, I cannot say I grew up constructing huge Lego creations or drawing plans for my dream home. I could not list famous “starchitects” and their major projects; however, I had a clear understanding of service and that there is no greater good than touching the lives of those around me. In turn, that is what architecture means to me, transforming one’s environment into one in which adequately serves them and offers a sense of pride.


PERSPECTIVE HAND DRAWING 2008

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HAND SKETCH 2014

EGG SHELL MOSAIC 2006


WATERCOLOR PAINTING 2006

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ACRYLIC PAINTING 2007

COLOR PENCIL 2012


MILLEDGEVILLE, GEORGIA: ARTS TECHNOLOGY AND ENTERTAINMENT CENTER FOR K-12 STUDENTS

LOBBY

PIANO ROOM

DANCE ROOM

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Undergraduate Portfolio  

5 Year Bachelor of Architecture - Tuskegee University- Collection of Architecture, Art, and Graphics

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