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Josh Funderburk Architecture Portfolio


Experience & Education


Josh Funderburk

(330) 933-2648

funderja@mail.uc.edu 1637 South Chapel St. Louisville, OH 44641

Skills Digital & Physical - AutoDesk AutoCAD - AutoDesk Revit - Autodesk Maya - Adobe Photoshop - Adobe Illustrator - Adobe Indesign - Rhinoceros 5

- V-Ray - Hand Drafting - Model Making

Digital Fabrication - Laser Cutting - 3D Printing Personal - Leadership - Organization - Cooperation - Attitude

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Education High School: - Louisville High School

- Class of 2015, graduated Summa Cum Laude

- GPA: 4.3

University: - University of Cincinnati

- Class of 2019, Bachelor of Science, Architecure

- GPA: 3.4

Experience Nelligan White Architects:

- Intern

- Worked on redlines and construction documents

- January - April 2017

Kaczmar Architects:

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- Intern

- Worked on construction documents and setting up

a full office renovation drawing set

- August - December 2017


Table of Contents


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ONE (1) LAYER 8" GYP. BD. OVER 3-5/8" MTL. STUDS @ 16" O.C., TYP.

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1'-9 3/4" ALIGN

PIER EXTENSION

PLAN DETAIL 1-1/2" = 1'-0"

TYP. WEST ENTRY GALLERY PIER

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PROVIDE STUDS BEHIND FIXTURE FOR ATTACHMENT, TYP.

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Folly Folly: a costly ornamental building with no practical purpose This project was a first attempt at designing and building a structure capable of human use and habitation. The design was limited to primarily orthoganal geometries constructed from 2” x 4” wood members, sheets of 1/2” MDF boards, and a third textile of choice; in this case, a heavy duty string. The overall design was concieved from a want to test connections between the wood memebers and the MDF in different ways. Through group decision, the methods of connection used in construction involved routing slots in the wood to fit the MDF and notches to secure the wood members together. The string was used to creae a semi-transparent curtain wall that could be penetrated by a person in order to reach the interior of the structure while filtering light entering the structure, creating an atmosphere of being outside and inside at once.

Group Members Josh Funderburk / Aaron Tkac / Ashley Ranegar / Hang Phan / Nick Mann Damian McDaniel / Lucia Li / Matt Weiss


North Elevation

South Elevation

West Elevation

East Elevation

Concept Model


Full-Scale Construction


Built Construction Details

Drawn Construction Details


Insertion Insertion: The act of placing, fitting, or thursting something into another thing. This project focused on the notion of taking an existing structure and creating a new architectural intervention, to be applied somewhere both within and without the structure. The existing location chosen for this project became a portion of my school building, somewhere that was easy to study and where the insertion would implact me directly, helping to guide the design process. The driving factors behind this design focused creating a paneling system that would allow sunlight to enter the northern half of the building in a more intriguing way. The supporting structure for these panels would be set apart at a distance that would allow for desks to be placed between and an individual could set up their stuff to work.

North Elevation


Eighth Floor Plan

Seventh Floor Plan

East Elevation

Sixth Floor Plan


Day Render


Film Institute

Institute: organistational body created for a certain purpose

This was the first school project I worked on that revolved around designing a full building. With the stipulation of having a site with an existing building, the goal of this project was to design a film institute, complete with auditorium, artist residence, classrooms, and offices. The diesgn processes chosen for my design came from overlapping geometries and looking to see what kinds of geometries would come from those overlaps.

Site Analysis


Final

North Elevation

Ground Floor Plan

East Elevation

Second Floor Plan

Third Floor Plan


Night Render


Tectonics Tectonics: The science or art of construction, both in relation to use and artistic design This project encapsulated a full semester of work, with multiple parts leading to the final tectonic composition. The main aspect of tectonics studied during this course was the relationship between the mass and the frame - how does the idea “column” and “beam” interact with the solid material in an architectural design. The process behind my project’s design was the notion of suspending the solid above the ground with the frame. The solid - primary a representative of something like concrete - is typically thought of as a component for the foundation of architecture rather than a suspended object. The wrapping notion exhibited helps inforce this idea of the stereotomic mass that is thought of as a foundation being pulled to become a suspended object in the structure.

Group Members Josh Funderburk / Aaron Tkac / Raphael Pacis


This project started with a study into tectonics using the idea of a promenade. Te criteria involved creating a sequence of spaces using the elements of tectonics and stereotomics. This was the first stage in my design gearing toward the design idea of floating or suspending the stereotomic mass.

Part 1: Promenade


Process Model 1; View 1

Process Model 2; View 1

Process Model 3; View 1

Process Model 1; View 2

Process Model 2; View 2

Process Model 3; View 2

Part 2: Pier

Progressing from the promenade, the second step for this tectonic project moved to designing a portion of a site development project, comprised of a pier, art gallery, and cafe. Moving forward into the design of the pier, the notion of the suspended mass conintued with the design of a bridge extending from a central hub of program at the pier’s beginning near the land.


[Left] SW Axon Render [Right] NE Axon Render

[Left] Aerial Plan Render [Right] West & South Elevation Renders


Part 3: Guest Center

Site Section


Plan

SW Axon

SE Axon

Section

Exploded Axon


Skills Work

Parinasi Prison Concept

Invisible City - Theodora


Perspective Drawings - Campus

Michelagelo’s Last Jugdement - Portion

Hand Drawing


Digital Drawing


Professional Work During my time working in a professional architecture office, I have been tasked with the drawing and composing of a full set of architectural drawings and details for an office renovation project. These details were drawn using AutoCAD; the process behind each involved looking at previous details done by the office to understand the structure to each detail, then looking to what details would be important for the drawing set. Each detail was reviewed by an architect in the office for clarification and adjustments. Other drawing done for the set include a reflected ceiling plan, elevations, and demolition plans.


Roof - East 37' - 2 7/8" ROOF PLAN 34' - 0 7/8"

Level 3 - EAST 23' - 6 3/8" THIRD FLOOR 23' - 1 3/8"

SECOND FLOOR 12' - 8 7/8"

FIRST FLOOR -0' - 1 1/8"

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Roof - East 37' - 2 7/8"

Roof - East 37' - 2 7/8"

ROOF PLAN 34' - 0 7/8"

Level 3 - EAST 23' - 6 3/8" THIRD FLOOR 23' - 1 3/8"

SECOND FLOOR 12' - 8 7/8"

FIRST FLOOR -0' - 1 1/8"

Level 3 - EAST 23' - 6 3/8" THIRD FLOOR 23' - 1 3/8"

SECOND FLOOR 12' - 8 7/8"

FIRST FLOOR -0' - 1 1/8"


As part of a development project, Kaczmar Architects is designing a region of townhouses in downtown Cleveland. Included in this project is a future hotel, located on a site near an existing tavern. The proposed plan is to renovate the tavern and include it in the design of the new hotel. My task for the beginning stages of this project called for a site visti to get field measurements, then transfer that date into Revit through a model. This model was then used to render the site for the client, helping them to visualize the poject.

Tavern Renovations


Thank You

funderja@mail.uc.edu (330) 933-2648

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