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KELTON BERRETT EDUCATION

SOFTWARE SKILLS

Preston High School – Preston, Idaho May 2009 Member of Honor Society Presidency 3.7 Cumulative GPA University of Idaho – Moscow, Idaho Minor: Political Science 3.6 Cumulative GPA University of Idaho 5th Year - Graduate Student 3.14 (π) GPA

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Intern | Method Studio Inc. Summer 2013 Salt Lake City, UT becky@method-stuio.com Becky Hawkins

ABOUT ME Former Male-identified Co-chair: UI Gay-Straight Alliance (Spring 2011 - Fall 2011) BSA Eagle Scout UI Ballroom Dance Team Member (2009-2012) Interests: Sustainable Urbanism, Social Justice, Political Science, Art, History

I am an interdisciplinary designer. I found the desire to look outside an insular world of Architecture after entering college and involving myself in the University of Idaho’s Gay Straight Alliance. There I was made aware of not only the challenges of the LGBTQIA community, but minorities everywhere. This experience turned me on to a wider world of concerns, and led me to take up Political Science as a minor. But as I pursued Architecture and Political Science concurrently, I began to consider how these seemingly unconnected areas might have a confluence, Today I am following this question, looking how policy and issues of social justice manifest latently within the holistic built environment. It has led me to not only find fascination with buildings, but the issues of environmental stainability, social stainability, urbanism, and the implementation of our knowledge as a field. I am seeking scholarship assistance as I continue graduate school, to further realize these interests.


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STRATIFY

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THE MAGIC THEATER

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COURTYARD + ROWHOUSE

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WATERCOURSE

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ART INSTITU TE OF C H IC AGO

L I N D S AY C R E E K W I N E R Y

GONANO TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

PIAZZA SANT’ EDGIDIO

L I T E R A R Y I N T E R P R E TAT I O N F R O M S T E P P E N W O L F - H E R M A N N H E S S E

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MAKE: A R T I N S T I T U T E O F C H I C AG O

HORIZONTAL VS. VERTICAL

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Lobby - Connected loop gallery stairs Arch 553 | Fall 2013 | aic - Make Magazine Make: is an exploration of two seemingly dichotomous movements originating in Chicago, one emphasising horizontality (the prarie style) and the other verticality (the Chicago School). This establishes a language fit for expression in vertical shading (to protect the art work), top lighting, electric lighting, and for how the project engages the street.

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PROGRAM KEY: 1. Entrance Lobby 2. Coat Room 3. Restrooms 4. Permanent Collections Gallery 5. Visiting Artist/Designer Chang ing Exhibits 6. Educational Workshop Studios 7. Auditorium 8. Sculpture Court 9. Curators Office 10. Assistant Curator Offices 11. Conference Room

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Board Room Marketing & Publicity Elevators Loading Areas Superintendent Office Security Office Breakroom/Locker Area Sfaff Restrooms Maintenance Workshop Artifact Collections StorElectrical Room Mechanical Room Communicaitons Room

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Studio artrium

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DETAIL EXPLORATION 1

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DETAIL EXPLORATION 2 White TPO Roof Membrane 07 50 00

Metal Decking 05300

Glued-Laminated Timber 06180

Structural Precast (post-tension) 03410

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Structural Metal Framing 05100

Glazed Curtain Wall 08900

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L I N D S AY C R E E K W I N E RY

Arch 453 | Fall 2012 | Service learning project | Clients: McIntosh Farms, Nez Perce County, Idaho The winery is intended to be a simple and functional space primarily, while incorporating an agricultural/industrial aesthetic with a touch modern elegance. A strong integration with the surrounding farmland dictated many design choices. The design engages visitors in the experience of wine making and wine tasting.

Team: Ray Sayers, Deirdra Maynard, Meghan Wigton, Kelton Berrett

Tasting Room Exterior 12 Credit: Ray Sayers (render), Deirdra tage)

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Red Grapes

Lindsay Creek/Bottoms Irrigation Pond Nature Observation Deck

Bed & Breakfast

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Winery

Existing Farm

Organic Mill

Powers Ave.

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Master Plan Phasing

Credit: Deirdra Maynard, Ray Sayers

Phase 1: Adding Red Grapes, Organic Mill, Winery Production.

Phase 2: Adding White Grapes, Tasting Room, Stair/ Ventilation Tower

Phase 3: Adding White Grapes, Bed & Breakfast

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Winery: Front Entrance

Credit: Ray Sayers (render), Deirdra Maynard (hand line work), Kelton Berrett (photomontage)

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1. Organic Mill 2. Breeze Way 3. Tasting Room 4. Stair/Ventilation Tower 5. Catering Kitchen 6. Restroom 7. Entrance/Sales 8. Wine Production

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Winery: Front Entrance, Interior

credit: Ray Sayers (Render), Kelton Berrett (Photomontage)

Winery: Front Entrance, Interior

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Winery: Tasting Room

Credit: Ray Sayers (render), Kelton Berrett (photomontage)

Winery: Construction Section Perspective Credit: Ray Sayers (render), Meghan Wigton (photomontage)

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Bed & Breakfast Courtyard, Indoor/Outdoor space

Credit: Kelton Berrett (model, photomontage), Deirdra Maynard (hand line work), Ray Sayers (render)

Bed & Breakfast: Honeymoon Suite Section

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Bed & Breakfast Plan

Bed & Breakfast: Section through courtyard

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Bed & Breakfast: Honeymoon Suite

Credit: Kleton Berrett (model, photomontage), Ray Sayers (render)

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Southwest Facing Perspective

Credit: Ray Sayers (render), Kelton Berrett (photomontage)

STRATIFY GONANO TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

Arch 453 | Fall 2012 | Service learning project | Clients: GoNano Technologies, INC., Port of Clarkston, WA Stratify was designed with the belief that high technology could be mixed with ancient wisdom in a meaningful way, and that this could be communicated through the medium of rammed earth, which like the earth itself is deposited in sentiments. This reflects what this facility is intended for: A combination of high tech and age old that provides a place for GoNano (makers of silicon nanosprings) to grow and succeed for generations to come, each generation leaving their mark like strata in the earth. Team: Kelton Berrett, Ray Sayers

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1. Entry Lobby 2. Reception 3. Stairs 4. Atrium Space 5. Wet Lab 6. ADA Unisex Bathrooms 7. Mech. Space 8. Analytical Lab 9. Elevator 10. Mechanical 11. Tech/Server Room 12. Shipping and Receiving 13. Air Clean-off 14. Production Space 15. Men / Women/ unisex Lockers 16. Bike Rack (rammed earth wall base) 17. Maintenance Room 18. Storage 19. Conference Room 20. CEO Office 21. Office 22. Office 23. Office 24. Office 25. Integrated Office Space

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Southwest Facing Perspective

Credit: Ray Sayers (render), Kelton Berrett (photomontage)

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Design Diagrams

Bioswale Detail Credit: Ray Sayers

1. Perforated Pipe 2. Washed Rock 3. Crushed Gravel 4. Soil Layer 5. Mulch Layer 6. Rain Garden Planting with Indigenous Vegetation

North Facing Section | Thermal Mass Diagram

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Northern Shading Strategy Fixed Vertical Shading panels (perforated metal) Externalized Structure Interior

Snake River

cistern Black water Gray Water out city water in

West Facing Section | ECS Diagram

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Construction Detail Credit: Ray Sayers

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paralam roof beams metal channel opening header w/ 1/4” metal bottom plate glazing 24” width rammed earth Wall 4” of rigid insulation for thermal break 3” of light weight conc. w/ metal decking castellated “C” section channel Joist 24” o.c. 1’6” deep “w” section beam with moment frame connections to joist Overhang to provide shade in the summer Corrugated metal siding

Polished concrete flooring

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Bioswale Clarkston Greenbelt Trail Extension Grass paved Overflow Parking Permeable Paved Parking

Site Plan

Credit: Kelton Berrett (hand render), Ray Sayers (photomontage)

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Arch 454 | Summer 2012 | UI Rome Program

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The summer of 2012 I had the privilege of studying Architecture and Urbanism in Rome, Italy for 2 months. Piazza Sant’ Edgidio ReSett was a culmination of this study. Re-Sett seeks to activate Piazza Sant’ Edgidio by adding shade, water, and seating to a piazza primarily used as a pedestrian conduit. The inspiration for the project is the boglum sett (cobblestone) paving pattern, enlarged, abstracted, and elevated. The water seeks to create a dialogue with the trees in the piazza (a rarity in Rome), and the tensile canvas awning adds a layer of building technology history to Rome.


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THE MAGIC THEATER L I T E R A R Y I N T E R P R E TAT I O N F R O M S T E P P E N W O L F - H E R M A N N H E S S E

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Arch 354 | Spring 2012 The Magic Theater is a place within Hermann Hesse’s Counter culture classic, Steppenwolf. In this project my studio was tasked to imagine the magic theater in the context of post apocalyptic Stugart, Germany in a way that suspended the limits of today, and entered into pure creation. This project includes four theaters of different modes: Baroque, Elizabethan, Greek, & Blackbox (modern).

Greek Theater

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Datum Space


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COURTYARD +ROWHOUSE N O R T H W E S T

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Arch 353 | Fall 2011 Designed to be a center for a sustainable and diverse community, Courtyard + Rowhouse looks to row house and courtyard dwellings to enhance the lives of not only residents, but the neighborhood at large. This is accomplished by not only being inwardly focused, but street focused through windows (Jane Jacobs “Eyes on the Street�), stoops, and by adding a grocery store which further serves to mix primary uses and mitigate the Urban Food Desert.

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Street Sidewalk 1 Bedroom Units

Parking “Mirrored Street�

1 Bedroom Unit Detail garden boxes

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Grocery

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1 Bedroom Units 2 Bedroom Units

2 Bedroom Unit Detail

Level 2 Plan

2 Bedroom Unit

Studio Units

Level 3 Plan Studio Unit Detail

1 Bedroom Unit

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Process

Usonian Plan (FLW)

Courtyard

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Mirror Horizontally/ Vertically, stack

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WATERCOURSE M O S C O W ,

East Facing Section

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Arch 254 | Spring 2011 Watercourse seeks both its form and its function from the waterfall. This includes not only the exterior, but the interior as well, including the sequence of space moving throughout the bathhouse. The bath offers space for everyone whether enjoyment is to be found at the cafe, the active baths, or retreating into the quiet bath.

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1. Lobby 2. Gender Neutral Facilities 3. Women’s Facilities 4. Men’s Facilities 5. Cafe/Juice Bar 6. Storage/Kitchen 7. Administration 8. Mechanical Closet 9. Janitor’s Closet 10. Quiet Bath 11. Active Bath

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We have to create; it is the only thing louder than destruction... - Andrea Gibson

Kelton Berrett berr4765@vandals.uidaho.edu keltonb91@gmail.com 307 Maple Creek Rd. Franklin, ID 83237

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1412 W. A St. Moscow, ID 83843 APT 203 208.760.7297


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