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WO R K S AM P L E

JOEY KUTZ


WO R K S AM P L E

JOEY KUTZ


CONTENTS STUDIO INTRA URBAN JUNCTION

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DIFFUSE

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MISSION IN MOTION

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FRAMEWORK

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A CIVIC HUMILITY

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MANCHESTER CLINIC

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STUDY ABROAD DOCUMENTATION PHOTOGRAPHY

CONTACT

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STUDIO STUDIO INTRA URBAN JUNCTION

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DIFFUSE

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MISSION IN MOTION

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FRAMEWORK

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A CIVIC HUMILITY

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MANCHESTER CLINIC

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STUDY ABROAD DOCUMENTATION PHOTOGRAPHY

CONTACT

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INTRA URBAN JUNCTION ADDITIVE MAUFACTURING MICROFACTORY, MICROHOUSING, + MAKERSPACE KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE FALL 2015 PROFESSORS JAMES ROSE, LUCAS TRYGGASTAD, + MAGED GUERGUIS IN COLLABORATION WITH KIRSTEN BRIDGES + BREANNA BROWNING

The Intra Urban Junction explores the role of additive manufacturing in urban microhousing developments through the implementation of a customizable component system. The IUJ employs components for reconfigurable interior components and exterior facades, formed for year-round solar optimization. On-site production and recycling of components, in addition to geothermal, solar, and energy recovery ventilator systems are just a few of the ways the Intra Urban Junction works to reduce energy usage while enhancing downtown Knoxville. The site offers potential for energy sharing through the Tennessee Valley Authority which currently controls the site. Located on South Gay Street, the hub of Knoxville’s compact downtown, the IUJ seeks to provide new programs and assist in the growth of the downtown population.

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SITE: gay street perspective

View From Gay Street

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A public stair to the roof deck plaza splits the ground level retail elements. These serve as extensions of Knoxville’s urban fabric while the private residential units


APPROACH TO ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING: crane pickup

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APPROACH TO ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING: the print process

Idea Incubator

Replacing an inefficient surface lot, the Intra Urban Junction livens the 300 block

1.2

of South Gay street with the addition of a microfactory and makerspace.

LIFT VIA CRANE

The microfactory becomes especially important

in

the

production

of

custom components for upper level microhousing. The makerspace provides opportunity for residents to collaborate with others on innovative research, projects, and

1.0

TAKE OFF FACADE PIECE

2.0

business ventures.

UP THROUGH TRAP DOOR

HOME SWEET HOME

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PRODUCTION SOURCE

Component Production Cycle

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The project’s programmatic layout allows all additive manufacturing to be done on site in order to streamline the mass custom


COMPONENTS: overview &20321(17 [3DP 1.0-1.2]

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BATHING integrated plumbing 3 piece print

COOKING + EATING integrated water/power 2 piece print

SLEEPING ING fold up bed unit/ space saver 1 piece print

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STORAGE configurable per resident 1 piece print

ENCLOSURE shades glazing (summer) filters in light (winter) 2 piece print/unit

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Catalogue Sample + Component Orchestration

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COMPONENTS: bath HVAC PRINT C EQ

HVAC SYSTEM= MENOTAIRE STORED WITHIN WALL PRINT + CONCEALED DUCTS

PLUMBING HVAC SYSTEM: MENOTAIRE STORED WITHIN WALL PRINT + CONCEALED DUCTS

PRINT B EQ PRINT A EQ

COMPONENT 01

BATHING

PRINT DIRECTION

Catalogue Sample - Bathing Component

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MPONENTS: example unit Quick Customization Through

manufacturing,

STORING

of

additive

components

can

molds, forms, and waste materials. The

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SLEEPING

use

be customized without the need for

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the

microunits’ interior finishes are based on

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COOKING + EATING &20321(17

additive manufacturing techniques. The Intra Urban Junction’s concept is driven by the need for adaptable living environments and the ability to customize

within

production

based

parameters. The distribution of a working catalogue exhibits the abilities and limitations given to the residents prior to the fabrication of their components. Each unit has the ability to be completely unique through a variety of design choices and intensities. During the course of the semester, special attention went into

EXTERIOR FACADE LIVING

the formation of a single configuration while numerous others were formed and tested.

Catalogue Sample - Finished Unit

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Design Studio Fall 2015 : Rose, Tryggestad, + Guerguis

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COMPONENTS: unit interior

Microunit Interior

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Gay Street To engage passersby, the Intra Urban Junction offers a makerspace + microfactory on the street level as well as juice bar + yoga studio located on an upper terrace.

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FLASHING ADM CONCRETE TENSILE STRUCTURE

COMPONENT 01 TPO ROOFING MEMBRANE RAISED FLOOR SYSTEM

6” POLYISO NSULATION

REMOVABLE FACADE

4” CONCRETE SLAB

WIDE FLANGE BEAM W18X71

WIDE FLANGE BEAM W18X71

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Microunit Corner Condition

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Section Through Makerspace + Atria The massive core of the residential levels opened into three atria, acting as community gathering space and additional living space for microdwellers.

PROGRAM: atrium sectional perspective

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DIFFUSE McCARTHY MENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH LIBRARY KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE SPRING 2015 PROFESSORS KEVIN STEVENS + LISA MULLIKIN IN COLLABORATION WITH JULIA McCLINTIC

A joint studio composed of architecture and interior design students, interdisciplinary partnerships were formed for the completion of this project. Like fog forming over a river, spaces embody the natural form of a hovering cloud. Five solid forms penetrate the land and support the floating upper levels of the library. Serving as a research library for behavioral disorders, the structure is to become an integral part of the national landscape, fostering growth and exploration in a field of study which is practically forgotten by the public. A hard topic of conversation, mental health problems have indirect effects on all individuals.

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Front Avenue Located on a site stretching beneath the Henley Street Bridge, the library and park create an environment which merges the residential neighborhood of Maplehurst to Downtown Knoxville.

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Research Stacks Using steel bookcases, the stacks hold all of the library’s collections on psychological disorders. Tucked within these areas are private and group study zones.

Children’s Library Located on the second floor, the Children’s Library works to extend early preventative measures. By allowing children to become a part of the mental behavior conversation, an earlier understanding of empathy is formed.


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MISSION IN MOTION MANCHESTER MEMORIAL MOBILE HEALTH CLINIC CLAY COUNTY, KENTUCKY FALL 2016 PROFESSOR JOHN McRAE IN COLLABORATION WITH JENNIFER NICKLAS

The Mission In Motion seeks to fulfill dual purposes as both a rural health medical center and a fountain of information for the communities of Clay County. Currently, the Manchester Memorial’s Mission In Motion operates out of a Hurricane Katrina disaster response trailer - a travel trailer with the furnishings removed - which is quickly deteriorating. The unit travels on a nearly weekly basis throughout Clay and surrounding counties with a few trips to West Virginia and Tennessee through the course of the year. With only one hospital in Clay county and driving times of more than an hour to the hospital for many residents, the Mission in Motion makes getting health screenings easier than ever. Working to prevent claustrophobic conditions within the mobile clinic and create a sense of trust, the Mission In Motion expands both in length and in width. The flexible nature of the unit allows for deployment in a number of conditions, including small holler visits, Walmart parking lot clinics, and meet and greet functions before Clay County Tigers’ football games.

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The Mission In Motion holds the ability to adapt to different locations and situations throughout the community, including those listed below.

HOMELY: more intimate conversations and one-on-one interactions; usually includes family interactions among a cluster of hollers or homes

FAMILIAR: friendly conversations; usually includes individuals or groups that visit regularly for physical exams; based on popular local community engagement

ACQUAINTED: familiar interactions remain but a little more restrained due to possible unknown encounters with those who visit

ANONYMOUS: majority include unfamiliar interactions; includes the most subdued interaction amongst each other

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Storage + Transport

Condensed Deployment


Intermediate Deployment

Expanded Deployment

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FRAMEWORK FINLAND SUMMER ARCHITECTURE INSTITUTE STUDENT HOUSING HELSINKI, FINLAND SUMMER 2015 PROFESSOR BRIAN AMBROZIAK

A collection of cartons spread across the landscape, Framework serves as a modest student housing complex in Helsinki. By creating private environments of minimized proportions and employing an open communal organization for group activities, such as cooking and dining, students are encouraged to embrace the outdoors and to explore Finland. The structures embody a series of unfolded carton templates, each organized in a manner to be constructed of a single sheet of material. Each private carton provides a blank slate for personalization so that each student may have their own piece of home while studying abroad.

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Sprawl Tucked on a cove off of the bay, the site serves as a tranquil environment within vibrant Helsinki. Directly adjacent to the site is a vacant mental hospital, numerous greenways, and a cemetery.

Seclude

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Making the most of the bay view, this carton is oriented to take advantage of late evening sunlight and becomes lit in the evening for personal reflection before turning in for the night. Ten of these cartons have been dispersed across the site. Supportive elements measuring 1.5m to 3m tall elevate the cartons above the earth.

Containing only the bare necessities for sleep and study, these cartons provide students with a private space to make their own while in Helsinki. The modest enclosure indicates that students should employ the carton as a private space and congregation ought to occur elsewhere.


Conceal

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Share


Immerse

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A CIVIC HUMILITY RED BIRD VOLUNTEER FIRE AND RESCUE HALL RED BIRD, KENTUCKY FALL 2014 PROFESSOR KATHERINE AMBROZIAK

By creating a form which embodies a civic humility, a strong, resilient governing system can become present in the Red Bird community while also exuding the modesty of Appalachians. Although creating what seems to be a paradox, civic humility requires a careful composition of elements in order to create something that can both be a focal point in the community without acting as an alienated object or instance within the deep twisting valleys of southeast Kentucky. Civic structures are often referred to as visually strong spaces. However, a connection between the role of these spaces and their context must present itself clearly through architectural form. A civic structure ought to provide a public presence, serve the community, and exude a great amount of pride. While conveying the strength of the civic structure, it is important to understand and respect the humble nature of the community.

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Red Bird, Kentucky The site is located along the Red Bird river, set between floodplains and a mountainside. To the North is the Red Bird Mission School, and to the South is the Red Bird Mission, where the RBVFR facilities are currently housed.


Wayfinder Simplified Construction The fire hall design serves as a beacon of light onto the community. The By employing simple, repetitive construction methods, volunteers are able balance between modesty and resilience is a complex one which cannot be to erect the structure in order to reduce costs. underestimated. In order to be as effective as possible, both in physical and mental states of the word, it is necessary to display the department’s strength without seeming out of place, alien, or condescending to the ways of the locals who may frequent the Red Bird Mission. The civic qualities of the fire hall are especially important in rural Appalachia where signs of community involvement may be few and far between. The department brings in members of the community through volunteerism and social events, bringing them together and serving as a symbol of strength and pride which is often times forgotten. Despite their individual strength and community pride, Appalachians are modest, making do with what they have while willing to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. Understanding this balance of modesty with the strength and pride which is portrayed is a necessary factor for creating a fire hall which will be well received and become an integral part of the local context.

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Transverse Section The rear of each garage bay contains storage shelves while the entrance of the hall houses fire gear. Above the fire gear is a display of patches collected by the firefighters.


Elevation Study

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MANCHESTER CLINIC MANCHESTER MEMORIAL RURAL HEALTH CLINIC MANCHESTER, KENTUCKY FALL 2016 PROFESSOR JOHN McRAE IN COLLABORATION WITH JENNIFER NICKLAS

The Manchester Clinic seeks to fulfill the role of a Rural Health Clinic on the campus of Manchester Memorial Hospital. Due to changes in regulation, Manchester Memorial’s individual rural health clinics must be consolidated into a single structure with a centralized reception area, housing clinics ranging in services from pediatrics and women’s care to family and internal medicine. In the clinics’ existing organizational structure, multiple clinics of different sizes serving similar purposes are spread across the campus, making it hard to predict wait times and navigate from one clinic to another. With patients at their most vulnerable upon arrival, it is important to simplify their visit and ensure that they do not become overwhelmed, keeping them comfortable and reducing the stress of visiting a doctor. The design is composed of a community spine and clinical nodes. The community spine offers a resource center, pharmacy, and cafe on the entry level while housing both general and specialized waiting areas on the clinic levels, meant to encourage conversation and create a more relaxed atmosphere. The specialized waiting areas, connected to the North edge of the general waiting area, offer visitors with a children’s play area, mother’s nursing room, and a sanctuary for personal meditation, each within steps of related clinics, allowing patients to become acquainted and feel at home.

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CAFE

COUNSELING + LAB

PHARMACY

WEEKEND EXPRESS

RECEPTION

INTERNAL MEDICINE

RESOURCE CENTER

INTERNAL MEDICINE

MECHANICAL

LEVEL 01 | COMMUNITY

LEVEL 02 | CLINICS


FAMILY MEDICINE

ONE BEDROOM 600sf

FAMILY MEDICINE

TWO BEDROOM 900sf

PEDIATRICS

TWO BEDROOM 1200sf

WOMEN’S CARE

LEVEL 03 | CLINICS

LEVEL 04 | HOUSING

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Weaved Program Replacing two housing structures on the site, the new clinic incorporates housing which may be reconfigured into new clinics as Manchester Memorial’s program expands. With an overlapping organization of community corridors, practitioner offices, patient treatment areas, and worker housing, the program creates a weave similar to the patchwork of a quilt.

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Clinical Node The term “node� was selected for the clinical portion of the program due to its dual meaning of an interchange or, in botany, a new growth. By redistributing the existing clinics into similarly sized nodes with individualized colors for easy recognition, a clear organization is created within the structure, allowing for quick navigation and a calm and collected patient. Within each node is a registration area, mini-lab, restroom, and nine patient rooms. These nodes are flanked by physician offices and create a private corridor for personnel circulation.

Patient Rooms

Personnel Corridor


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Entry | South Elevation


Wayfinder The fire hall design serves as a beacon of light onto the community. The balance between modesty and resilience is a complex one which cannot be underestimated. In order to be as effective as possible, both in physical and mental states of the word, it is necessary to display the department’s strength without seeming out of place, alien, or condescending to the ways of the locals who may frequent the Red Bird Mission. The civic qualities of the fire hall are especially important in rural Appalachia where signs of community involvement may be few and far between. The department brings in members of the community through volunteerism and social events, bringing them together and serving as a symbol of strength and pride which is often times forgotten. Despite their individual strength and community pride, Appalachians are modest, making do with what they have while willing to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. Understanding this balance of modesty with the strength and pride which is portrayed is a necessary factor for creating a fire hall which will be well received and become an integral part of the local context.

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STUDY ABROAD STUDIO INTRA URBAN JUNCTION

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DIFFUSE

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MISSION IN MOTION

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FRAMEWORK

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A CIVIC HUMILITY

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MANCHESTER CLINIC

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STUDY ABROAD DOCUMENTATION PHOTOGRAPHY

CONTACT

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DOCUMENTATION

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NAKKILAN KIRKKO + PARISH CENTER ARCHITECTS ERKKI HUTTENEN + JUHA LEIVISKĂ„ NAKKILA, FINLAND PROFESSOR SCOTT WALL

A collaborative effort, the documentation of the Lutheran church at Nakkila included measurement, recording, and reconstruction of the church at a reduced scale. Breaking up into four teams, the class measured every detail of the facades, interiors, and landscape during an intense three day rush. As part of the interior team, we worked to document interior components from the altar to the pipe organ. Back in Helsinki, we relied on our rough base drawings and notes to recreate the sense of space within the cathedral both in two- and threedimensional formats.

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PHOTOGRAPHY

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CONTACT

JOE Y KUTZ FIFTH YEAR B.ARCH STUDENT THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE - KNOXVILLE P | 3045507292 E | jkutz1@vols.utk.edu W | issuu.com/jkutz

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Work Sample