R.JORDAN.RYLAND GRADUATE DESIGN PORTFOLIO
contact R Jordan Ryland 704.299.2519 firstname.lastname@example.org
1990 My Birthday
skills Revit Rhino AutoCAD Sketchup Photoshop Illustrator M$ Office Suite
2007 - 2011 Bachelor of Environmental Design - Architecture North Carolina State University
2011 - 2012 Bachelor of Architecture North Carolina State University
Summer - Fall 2012 | Green Horizon Sustainable Building Solutions Weatherization Technician Durham, North Carolina [Mt. Airy, NC / Elkin, NC] Low - income housing energy makeovers at various developments [applied spray foam insulation, weatherstripping, hot water heater blankets, etc]
Fall 2012 | Digital - Material Translations ARC 590 Investigation and study of wood manipulation using digital tools such as Grasshopper, Revit, and Rhino.
Fall - Winter 2012 | Tonic Design / Tonic Construction Independent Contractor Raleigh, North Carolina [Pittsboro, NC / Bahama, NC] Assisted site superintendent with design decisions / punchlist items. Summer - Fall 2012 | Research Assistant Raleigh, North Carolina Assisting former professor with writing of second edition textbook. 2010 | Victorian - Era Renovation Design Mebane, North Carolina Client requested redesigned floor plans of Victorian - Era house and design of workshop / artist studio.
Spring 2012 | Special Topics in Design D 492/592 â€œThe Chair Classâ€? Exploration of design and fabrication of a chair. Spring 2012 | Design of Architectural Details ARC 534 Analysis of existing building details, design of new details, and creation of new patterns based on constructability, function, and aesthetics.
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The urban hive RALEIGH METROPOLITAN APICULTURE CENTER Fifth Year Studio / Spring 2012 This facilityâ€™s purpose is to educate the community about urban beekeeping. The buildingâ€™s form, a permeable core protected by a uniform outer shell, is representative of the way in which a beehive resides within the hollow of a tree. The core of the building is visually and physically open to the south, gathering light and directing views out across the landscape.
B e i n g c h a i r m k. 1 SOLID WALNUT, BALTIC BIRCH PLYWOOD Chair Design - Construction Class / Spring 2012 With this chair, I wanted to create the ideal chair for working, or reading, or eating, or just sitting. Something about a round seat seemed very welcoming and I wanted to mirror that invitation with the back rest. The legs are joined to the back and cross bracing pieces via simple mortise and tenon joints. The pursuit of a simplicty of materials and joinery emphasizes their purity and beauty.
the city window BRIGHTLEAF HEALTH AND WELLNESS CENTER Fifth Year Studio / Fall 2011 This urban recreational facility captures and enhances the motion of the city through transparency and reflection. By day, the expansive glass facade partially reflects the motion and activity of the city while providing inviting views to the interior for visitors. By night, the building serves as beacon of light inviting city dwellers to the Brightleaf Square mixed - use complex.
METAL COPING W/ CONTINUOUS CLEAT PARAPET FLASHING FULLY ADHERED WATER CONTROL MEMBRANE TAPERED RIGID INSULATION 6” MTL. STUDS @ 16” O.C. FIBERGLASS BATT INSULATION
FULLY ADHERED ROOF MEMBRANE VAPOR BARRIER THERMAL BARRIER 4” RIGID INSULATION AIR CONTROL MEMBRANE 2” CONCRETE FORM ON 2” METAL DECK W 12 X 79 STEEL W - SECTION / 8” HSS VIERENDEEL TRUSS
1/2” LAMINATE FLOORING 1/4” SUB FLOORING 2” METAL DECKING 8” HSS VIERENDEEL TRUSS STEEL WELD PLATES STEEL SHELF ANGLE W 12 X 79 STEEL W - SECTION
1/8” THICK TONGUE - IN - GROOVE VENEER SIDING 1/4“ THICK PLYWOOD BACKING OVER 3-1/2” MTL. STUDS @ 16” O.C. FIBERGLASS BATT INSULATION 7/8“ THICK TONGUE - IN - GROOVE PANELS .050” THICK HIGH PRESSURE LAMINATE ON HIGH DENSITY PARTICLE BOARD
3 / 8” LOW E GLASS [ARGON GAS FILLING] SPIDER FITTINGS - ELASTOMERIC WET SEALED JOINTS 8” HSS VIERENDEEL TRUSS 1 1/2” HORIZONTAL STEEL GRATING
8” HSS VIERENDEEL TRUSS 1 / 2” WELDED STEEL PLATE 2’ X 2’ CONCRETE FOOTING 9” ANCHOR BOLTS #10 REBAR