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KYLE LEPPER

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PORTFOLIO


PERSONAL INFORMATION KYLE LEPPER ARCHITECT IN TRAINING, IDP ADDRESS: 1802 W. YAKIMA AVE. YAKIMA , WA 98902 EMAIL: lepp9190@alumni.uidaho.edu PHONE: 509-389-1729

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE OF A.C. DAVIS HIGH SCHOOL RENDERING COMPLETED WITH REVIT, 3DS MAX AND PHOTOSHOP


TABLE OF CONTENTS A.C. DAVIS HIGH SCHOOL. 01 YAKIMA COUNTRY CLUB.  05 FRIENDSHIP SQUARE .  07 PCBC IMAGINING THE FUTURE.  09 BOISE ECO-HOME.  10 HEADPHONE CHAIR.  11 LWA WEBSITE.  13 WEB GRAPHICS.  14


A.C. DAVIS HIGH SCHOOL

MODERNIZATION AND ADDITIONS

PERSPECTIVE FROM WALNUT STREET AND 7TH AVENUE RENDERING COMPLETED WITH REVIT, 3DS MAX AND PHOTOSHOP

CLIENT: Yakima School District LOCATION: 212 S. 6th Avenue Yakima, Washington 98902 PROJECT BUDGET: $94 million

01 | PROFESSIONAL WORK

PROJECT SUMMARY: Located in downtown Yakima, the A.C. Davis High School is deeply rooted in the city’s urban fabric. The original Yakima High School opened its doors in 1908 and since then the facility has experienced many renovations and additions over the years. The largest of construction to date was the 1975 modernization. Today, the high school

is an eclectic assembly of buildings that no long satisfy the needs of the students and staff. After passing a construction bond in 2009, the Yakima School District selected Loofburrow Wetch Architects (LWA) to redesign the A.C. Davis High School, and undertake the largest school modernization project in the State of Washington.

DESIGN GOALS: • Centralize Administration Location; • Increase and Improve Campus Security; • Improve Learning Environments; • Increase Student Occupancy; • Improve Site Circulation and Condition; • Restore Community Pride


COURTYARD PERSPECTIVE RENDERING COMPLETED WITH REVIT, 3DS MAX AND PHOTOSHOP

The concept for the new high school design is to blend classical architecture influences from the school’s heritage with contemporary modern design, creating the appearance of a campus that was progressively built over the last century. Our design utilizes three of the four existing buildings, replacing the fourth building that was deemed structurally

unsound, and adding a brand new building to increase the schools capacity to 2,400 students. Comprised of five total buildings, the new high school will have a total of 330,000 square feet. Building C is the new administration building which also houses the library in the heart of campus, and will serve as the schools central hub. It will

feature classical architectural elements including a three story archway over the main entrance and large fluted columns framing the windows of the library. Adjacent to the administration building is Building E, the new science building, which frames a pedestrian plaza at the front of campus and incorporates modern architectural design influenced

by classical design elements. The remaining buildings, which share a central courtyard, capitalize on the use of existing structure featuring contemporary design that creates a rhythm of alternating vertical glazing, metal panelling and masonry, visually tying the campus together.

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SITE PLAN

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BUILDING PROGRAM A: New Gymnasium B: General Classrooms C: Administration and Library D: Music and Auditorium E: Science Classrooms

PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: Hired to provide support on the A.C. Davis High School project, I worked with the firm’s Principal of Design, and the Project Architect to assist in all aspects of the project, including: • Schematic Design • Design Development • Construction Documents • Construction Administration 03 | PROFESSIONAL WORK

Active in all stages of the project, I developed an understanding of the design process, permitting and municipal regulations, construction documents and the building construction process. My responsibilities include (but are not limited to): • Programming • Site Analysis

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Concept Design Planning and Zoning Regulations Permitting Phasing Construction Documents Value Engineering Construction Observation Construction Administration

COMMONS INTERIOR

PRESENTATION RENDERINGS Illustrating and communicating the architects vision to the client is vital to the success of project. With many tools available to create photo realistic rendering, I was able to efficiently produce high quality architectural visualizations using the following rendering programs: • Autodesk Revit • Autodesk 3DS Max • Autodesk Iray • Rhinocerus • Google Sketup • Adobe Design Suite


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MAIN FLOOR PLAN The A.C. Davis High School Project was designed and documented using Autodesk Revit. I was responsible for producing the construction documents for Buildings C and E, and provided the BIM coordination between the architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical and civil models for the entire project, consisting of over 20 different models.

During construction, I now provided construction administrative support O P to the project architect by answering RFI’s, design clarifications, issuing proposal request and reviewing shop drawings. I am also responsible for daily construction observation and reports, recording the activity and progress of construction, as well as identifying quality control issues.

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YAKIMA COUNTRY CLUB INDOOR GOLF AND FITNESS CENTER

NORTHWEST PERSPECTIVE RENDERING COMPLETED WITH REVIT, 3DS MAX AND PHOTOSHOP

CLIENT: Yakima Country Club LOCATION: 212 S. 6th Avenue Yakima, Washington 98902 FACILITY SIZE: 30,000 Square Feet

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PROJECT SUMMARY: The Yakima Country Club (YCC) approached Loofburrow Wetch Architects to design a new indoor golf and fitness center to add to it’s current facilities. Analyzing the current conditions of the existing structures on site, LWA was tasked to explore design options that would be cohesive with the club’s established architectural style.

The Yakima Country Club existing buildings have very strong architectural influences of the era in which they were built. The clubhouse, constructed in the 1940’s, has a Midwest architectural style with long horizontal lines and the Pro Shop and Pool Facility, built in the 1960’s, has a mid century style featuring a saw tooth roof line. The idea for the new indoor golf and fitness

center architecture will be influenced by the areas northwest contemporary style, further expanding on the club’s architectural styles. The new facility will provide members with a state of the art fitness center which includes cardio, free weights, group fitness and virtual fitness. The indoor golf facility will feature an indoor driving range equipped with swing


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analysis software. In addition to the driving range, the building will feature two virtual golf simulators, allowing members to play a round of golf on thousands of different courses from around the world. The new facility will also provide new opportunities to view play on the existing tennis courts, by providing an observation deck and a patio oriented towards the courts.

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PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES: As the primary designer for the project, I work with LWA principal Gary Wetch and the Yakima Country Club Business Manager to develop intial facility concepts. I presented these concepts to the YCC long range steering committee to determine the appropriate design option and further refine the direction of the project. After

selecting the option located next to the tennis courts, I performed basic code and program analysis, incorported the indoor golf facility program into the design and began basic structural and mechanic system anaysis. I also created marketing documents for the club to present to its members for project approval.

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FRIENDSHIP SQUARE

ROLLING SCAPES KINETIC EVENT SHELTER

NORTHEAST PERSPECTIVE RENDERING COMPLETED WITH REVIT, RHINOCEROUS, GRASSHOPPER AND PHOTOSHOP

PROJECT: Kinetic Shelter PROFESSOR: Roman Montoto CLASS: Graduate Studio Arch553

07 | ACADEMIC WORK

PROJECT SUMMARY: Located in the heart of the agricultural based community of Moscow Idaho, Friendship Square is nestled in the historic downtown and is host to many community gatherings and events. Assigned to create a shelter in this location that featured a type of kinetic movement to provide flexibility and activate the space.

Providing cover for events the Rolling Scapes Kinetic Event Shelter also allows flexibility for individual event needs. Inspired by the community’s agricultural heritage and the iconic landscape of the Palouse, the shelter addresses the project requirements by allowing the structures to roll along a set of railroad tracks and provide covered spaces for users.

The concept of the form was to increase public space and to invoke user interaction. By mimicking the rolling hills of the Palouse landscape, the shelter allows people to inhabit the space underneath the structure and the top where the shape of the structure formed two tiers of public seating. To accommodate the bends and curves of the form and keep the shelter light


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SITE PLAN enough to move, the shelter is to be constructed from steel tubing covered with perforated metal sheathing. The steel frame will be placed on rail casters and seated on railroad track that sweeps through the square. Users will be able to push each of the shelters to suitable locations along the tracks for each event and lock them securely with a brake system.

The Rolling Scapes Kinetic Event Shelters will provide flexible shelter for all events hosted in Friendship Square, and create additional seating and public space while enhancing the experience of the user and reflecting the unique landscape of the Palouse.

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Third Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

PLANS AND RENDERINGS PROVIDED BY SOUTHCOAST ARCHITECTS

First Floor Plan

PCBC IMAGINING THE FUTURE STUDENT DESIGN CHARRETTE

09 | DESIGN COMPETITIONS

One of two senior architecture students to represent the University of Idaho to work with University Alumni Frank Stolz, owner of South Coast Architects, in the Pacific Coast Builders Conference (PCBC) Imagining the Future Student Design Charrette. For four days we worked with Mr. Stolz and the South Coast Architects staff to develop a sustainable, high-end residence that

harvests energy and reduce waste without sacrificing a luxury lifestyle. Designed for the desert environment of Palm Springs, California, the helotropic house featured a rotating living quarters that addressed the suns position throughout the day to mitigate heat gain and maximize views. The house also utilized rain water collection, wind energy and promotes outdoor living

with its large elevated deck. My primary responsibility was to design the interior spaces of the home, maintaining the function of each space as the home rotates positions throughout the day.


BOISE ECOHOME

ENTRY PERSPECTIVE RENDERING COMPLETED WITH REVIT, 3DS MAX AND PHOTOSHOP

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY COMPETITION

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Finishing third overall in the Emerging Green Builders Boise Eco-Home Competition for Habitat For Humanity, a fellow classmate and I designed a home that utilized passive design strategies, supplemented by mechanic systems to reduce the homes energy dependency. The home was designed as a duplex with approximately 1,500 square feet of interior space and 700 square feet of exterior space. The design focuses on creating interior spaces that are functional and flexible, while shaping exterior space that encouraged outdoor living and community interaction. The primary passive design strategies incorporated into the eco-home design include cross ventilation, stacked ventilation, and thermal mass.

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HEADPHONE CHAIR ARCH. 504: FURNITURE DESIGN PROFESSOR: FRANK JACOBUS The inspiration for the Headphone Chair was derived from personal audio headphones that are typically used for enjoying music and often transport the listener into a state of relaxation. The idea was to translate the design elements that allow the function of a pair of headphones into a chair. As the final assignment for the furniture design class, the piece was entered into the Interior Designers of Idaho’s annual Boise Chair Affair. MATERIALS AND PROCESS: Structure: The primary chair structure was constructed of steel tubing. Featuring several bends in the frame, required me to work with fabricators to create the curves within the frame. The frame was then sandblasted and finished with a clear powder coat. Base: Constructed from a steel plate and post, the top of the post features a ball bearing to allow the seat to swivel. A fiberglass dome is used to conceal the base structure. The dome gave the

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chair a strong visual foundation while the shape referenced the housing of the headphone speaker. Seat: Laminated plywood backing was used for the seats substrate and invoked the band used to hold the headphones to the users head. Suspended at two ends of the frame, the laminated plywood shape was cut using a CNC machine and assembled using wood glue and dowels. The construction method revealed the layering of the plywood and finished with a clear lacquer which pulled the different wood tones, creating depth to the material. Cushions: Emulating the cushions found on a pair of headphones, the idea was to achieve maximum comfort for the user. Designed as a series of tubes allowed spacing between cushions to reveal the wood seat. Attaching the cushions to the seat are audio cables and plugs, adding to the theme of the furniture piece.


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LWA WEBSITE www.loofburrow.com

Having a strong online presence for any business is critical to the company’s credibility, and Loofburrow Wetch Architects’ website was out of date and not functioning correctly. The new Loofburrow Wetch Architect website was the first website I have created and is an example of my ability to learn new programs and utilize resources to complete a task. Using Adobe Dreamweaver and its Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), I was able to create a website that showcases LWA’s work and provides user friendly navigation for clients and consultants.

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WEB GRAPHICS www.govandals.com

GoVandals.com is the official website for University of Idaho Athletics Department, to which I provided graphics for special promotion for games and events. Primarily creating digital compositions for the website’s splash page, I worked directly with the Athletic Department’s Marketing Director to develop a direction for each advertisement which would incorporate the image, theme, and information needed for the event. In addition to providing web graphics, I also designed print advertisements for promotional flyers and a billboard that was featured at two locations in Boise, Idaho, for the 2010 Humanitarian Bowl.

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KYLE LEPPER

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PORTFOLIO


Kyle Lepper Architectural Portfolio