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Luke Durkin

Senior Thesis: Balancing Community and Privacy

Senior Thesis on Student Housing

San Luis Obispo, CA

Spring 2013

5th Year Design

Professor Ansgar Killing


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THE ACADEMIC LIFESTYLE is LOST

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- amenity focused design - apartment style - off-campus

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The CRISIS: desire for privacy and freedom is destroying the academic lifestyle by removing students from each other & the campus as a whole

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“I’M DESIGNING A METHOD OF EDUCATION as much as I’M DESIGNING A HOME FOR STUDENTS” Community Housing - Senior Project

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OPERABLE BALCONY WALL Opens with Seasons Summer - Cali Summer Winter - Most days it’s still not that warm

SINGLE ROOMS Desired by Upperclassmen Each Room has a Sink Less Conflict

FOLDING GLASS WALL Ventilation Connection to Outdoors Connection to Outdoor community

TIMBER FACADE Represents Community Shades Glazing Privacy

First Floor SHADE SCREEN Emphasizes Balcony (Community Spaces) East-West Shade

VENTILATION Single-Loaded Corridors and Open Central Area Promotes Ventilation of Stinky Dorms PERFORATED METAL Mimics Operable Balcony Improved Ventilation

CENTRAL AREA Replaces Poor Hallways Improved Ventilation

Third Floor

Building Design Strategies Bathroom

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6 Apartment Layout Luke Durkin

Senior Thesis on Student Housing

Bedrooms

Central Balcony

Kitchen & Living San Luis Obispo, CA

Ventilation Spring 2013

5th Year Design

Professor Ansgar Killing


KITCHEN PLACEMENT No Windows Needed

FOOD PREP CONVERSATION SPACE Students can cook while interacting with others

“L” SHAPE TABLE Prevents Single Group Domination of Kitchen

VIEW HIERARCHY Best Views in Community Space Get’s People Out of Rooms

Kitchen Zones

TIMBER FACADE Represents Community Shades Glazing

COOKING CLEANING

EATING

Cooking Timeline 3 EASY ACCESS CIRCULATION Prevents Collisions

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FOLDING GLASS WALL Ventilation Connection to Outdoors Connection to Outdoor community

COLLEGE HOUSE PROGRAM Mentorship Program

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MENTOR HOUSING Graduate/Upperclassmen Single 12 Person Apartment

COLLEGE HOUSES Study/Work/Build Collaborate Social

Series of “Houses” sorted by a group of related majors Each contains Facilities uniquely suited to those programs Art & Architecture - Presentation & Critique Spaces, Collaboration Spaces Engineering - Project Building Labs, Professional Offices Liberal Arts - Graduate Degree Preparation Sessions, Applications in Polytechnic Fields Math & Science - Group Study Spaces, Graduate Info Programs Agriculture - Cal Poly Farm Market Business - Extracurricular Program HQ, Start-Up Incubator, Lecture Series

Mentorship Programs

Brings Upper and Lower Level Students Together Gives Lower Division Students a Jump Start or Upper Level Thinking and Studies Strengthens the Path to Graduation

Community Housing - Senior Project

CENTRAL LAWN Activity Space Gathering Space Interaction Chance

GRAND AVE. CAMPUS ENTRANCE FRONTAGE

GROCERY/AGRICULTURE COLLEGE HOUSE Cal Poly Farm Market Community Hub Only Grocery in East San Luis Obispo

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University of Canberra Library

University of Canberra Library

Canberra, Australia

Spring 2012

4th Year Design

Professor Howard Tanner


a new Hub for the University of Canberra embodying the Changing Purpose of Libraries reflecting the Beauty of the Australian Landscape

Regionalism

Emotion

Library Operation

Program Planning

Building/Wall Section Design

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Luke Durkin

Forest Ranger House

Forest Ranger House

Southern Oregon

Spring 2011

3rd Year Design

Professor Randy Dettmer


2 Week Warm-Up Project Design a house for 2 park rangers 15’ x 15’ footprint Non-floor space may exceed 15’ x 15’ 25’ Height Limit to Roof More program than available space Find creative ways to fit program Build a 1/2” = 1’ Scale Model

Program Layout

Creative Use of Space

Passive Solar Design

Form & Function

Proportions

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STORAGE

WINE TASTING

FOOD PREP

CONCESSION

EATING AREA WOMEN’S RESTROOM

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Cal Poly Tennis Center

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Toronto Pan American Games Awards Pavilion Competition DOWN

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WOMEN’S OFFICES TEAM

OFFICES STORAGE

FILM & STUDY ROOM

EATING AREA

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MEN’S LOCKERS

WOMEN’S LOCKERS

TEAM ROOM

MEN’S RESTROOM

EATING AREA WOMEN’S RESTROOM

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Cal PanPoly American Tennis Pavilion Center Expansion Competition

SanToronto, Luis Obispo, Canada California Winter 2011 Spring 2011

3rd Year 3rd Design Year Design

Professor Professor Margarida Randy YinDettmer


PREMIUM SPECTATOR

PUBLIC

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College Football = Grandstands College Tennis = Amenities Wine tasting, luxury boxes, brunch and other amenities attract fans to an afternoon of tennis. An addictive experience that will keep fans coming back

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Event Hosting Flexibilty

Tool for Recruiting

Tennis Atmosphere

New Standard for College Tennis

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Cal Poly Architecture Courtyard Redesign

Architecture Courtyard Redesign

San Luis Obispo, CA

Fall 2012

5th Year Design

Professor Ansgar Killing


Comprehensive Design Project

Detail Design

Structural Feasibility

Circulation

Constructability

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[ ASCENSION ] - the rise to glory

AIAS/VINYL competition - HONORABLE MENTION

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Luke Durkin

Toronto Pan American Games Awards Pavilion Competition

Pan American Pavilion Competition

Toronto, Canada

Winter 2011

3rd Year Design

Professor Margarida Yin


Main Canopy Backstage Canopy Retaining Walls Target Shading

Automated louvers Palram Sunlite Insulating Vinyl Panels local sustainably harvested wood joists

Innovative Use of Vinyl

Icon of the Games

Interaction with Surroundings

Versatility of Pavilion Use

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San Luis Obispo Little Theatre

San Luis Obispo Little Theatre

San Luis Obispo, California

Fall 2010

3rd Year Design

Professor Greg Wynn


a center for after-school activities building a strong, productive society

Tight Site

User Experience

Circulation

Structure & Framing

Fit with the Built Environment

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PASSIVE SOLAR TECHNIQUES: East - West Orientation Narrow for effect daylight penetration Light Shelf Ceiling, top floor (bottom right) Ventilation based on the Venturi effect Double-Skin limits light damage to artwork Double-Skin allow selective light transmission Skylights with only indirect light (above left)

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Light Shelves and Overhangs Double-Skin Wall Trombe Walls Light Tubes

Passive Pan SolarAmerican Art & Architecture Museum Toronto Games Awards Pavilion Competition

Pan American Passive Solar Museum Pavilion Competition San Luis Obispo, Toronto, CACanada Winter 2010 Winter 2011

2nd Year3rd Design Year Design

Professor Professor RichardMargarida Schmidt Yin


Quick presentation to pitch my idea for our site layout Site Plan with multiple diagrams sold my concept very effectively Presentation was extremely successful

Interdisciplinary Projects Group Site Layout Concept Presentation

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Cal Poly Produce Center

San Luis Obispo, California

Spring 2011

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Interdisciplinary Project Group

Advisor Nick Watry


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Class LEED Research Games Booklet Awards Pavilion Competition Toronto Pan American

LEED 2009 for New Construction

Winter 2011

3rd Year Environmental Control Systems

Professor Margarida Yin


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Luke Durkin

Google Fiber Campus

San Luis Obispo, California

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Spring 2010

2nd Year Studio

Professor Greg Wynn


Luke Durkin California Polytechnic State University, B. Arch 24 Andrews Ct. Parkton, MD. 21120 443.827.3352. lwdurkin@outlook.com


Luke Durkin Work Sample - May 2014