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SELECTED WORK | 2015 - 2017 matthew roye | texas tech university | M. Arch Student

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ELEMENTAL STIMULANT

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PURE | breakdown

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GOETZ COLLECTION // ATMOSPHERIC STUDY

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SEQUENCE DISRUPTOR

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ALTERED STANDARD

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KNOWLEDGE THROUGH TIME

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PAIRED PATHS

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ANALYSIS | DOWNTOWN LUBBOCK

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CONTACT | RESUME

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[ ELEMENTAL STIMULANT ]

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[ competition ] winter stations 2017 [ location ] toronto, canada [ partner ] lynced torres In Toronto, water acts as a catalyst for life. Although Toronto’s waterfront and winter weather maintains a brutal presence, the water’s existence allowed for those who first inhabited the region with a guide of travel and the option of stability. This winter stations utilizes the natural forces of high wind, extremely low temperatures, and the presence of moisture in order to reinforce structural integrity. Bamboo is used as a frame that define space through large sweeping motions that inherently resemble waves of water in order to direct people in and through the installation. Fabric is then overlapped as a layer of coverage as well as a secondary mode of structure. As water hits the fabric and once it freezes, a level of rigidity is formulated, allowing the surrounding and context of Toronto’s winter waterfront to become a key component in the experiential qualities of the structure.

wooden dowels will help keep the structure in place

roughly 424 bolts will be used to extend the 5,090 feet of bamboo poles

wooden dowel bolted to the bamboo poles to allow for an extension of the standard 12’ 1” bamboo poles

twine will secure overlapping bamboo poles


BAMBOO Structure

Sweeping motions connect back to lifeguard stand FABRIC Implementation

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[ PURE | breakdown ] [ location ] white sands national monument, new mexico [ course ] arch_5601_ben_shacklette [ program ] conference center with offices The lytic cycle demonstrates how a cell becomes affected by a foreign virus or bug. the virus is absorped by the cell which gives an oppertunity for the virus to use the cells’ DNA to replicate its own DNA. Once the new virus’ are assembled within the cell they force their way out, effectivly destroying their host cell on their way to restart the lytic cycle. This naturally occuring cycle can be explained architecturally by parasitic architecture; architecture that still takes into account composition, language, and formal guestures but sometimes overlooks these important factors and inserts its own. The insertian of their own language can neglect the original architectures ideas all together, creating a very interesting new composition which can create a new dialog between the existing and parasitic architecture. Occupants can be considered virus’ on the building and the program. This is shown through the form of the conference center in plan, section, and elevation as a brokendown object. Much like a virus, pedestrian numbers will increase in the cell (building) when an event is scheduled, workers will begin to prep and open the building and later the occupants will double or triple as a virus replicates its DNA with the resources of the cell. Once an event has concluded the occupants will leave the building to go infect other cells (buildings and their programs). The auditorium is seen as PURE, due to the lower amount of human interaction with this program one can still see the remanence of a sphere/circle in plan as well as in axonometric. Mirrored across one of the two main axis houses the programs that will see daily activity with little to no evidence of the sphere remaining: breakdown.


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northwest elevation scale: 1/16” = 1’-0”

southwest elevation scale: 1/16” = 1’-0”

Exterior Entry

Directors Office

Lobby


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perferated panel 1/2” x 1/2” squares

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ROOF PANELING SYSTEM Roof panels were created to ensure that natural light can reach the first floor.


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longitudinal section scale: 1/16” = 1’-0”


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[ GOETZ COLLECTION // ATMOSPHERIC STUDY] [ course ] arch_5334_rafael_beneytez-duran [ precedent study ] atmospheric recreation [ partner ] romina cardiello The Goetz Collection by Herzog & de Meuron is a small art gallery that features six open galleries broken up by floor to ceiling walls with a case opening threshold between them. The galleries are double height with clerestory windows comprised of two panes of frosted glass that diffuse sunlight to create a “light cloud” within the galleries, generating a unique atmosphere to view the displayed art. The two panes of glass are separated creating a gap for light to be filtered before it enters the gallery through the second pane of glass. The Light Club of Batavia by Paul Scheerbart explains an engineer’s goal of turning a dark mine into a place by filling it with light. To achieve their goal they utilize “large pillars of light made from Tiffany glass running through the entire mine”, allowing for light to be reflected deeper into the cave as the light goes through one pillar and is diffused before reaching the next. The Goetz Collection uses this idea as a way to bring in natural light; two glass panes, one frosted and one clear has light reflecting off of each other to soften the light before it enters the space. This is very important, so Herzog & de Meuron bring light from above as the Goetz Collection houses art that could be damaged by the sun if it gets direct sunlight. Once it reaches a surface on the interior it reflects off of those surfaces to diffuse the light even more, just as the pillars of light do in the Light Club. The Light Club used these pillars as a way to bring light into the deepest parts of the mine. When light hits one pillar the light reflects off of or goes through the glass once it reaches another pillar, the same process happens again. The more the light hits a pillar the more it gets diffused into a softer hue creating a light cloud inside the mine.


The interior of the installation utalizes etched plexi-glass to recreate an atmospheric experience of the Goetz Collection.

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A perspective etched into plexi-glass on the interior of the installation allows the viewer to have an experience of a gallery within the Goetz Collection.

Trees reflect on the glazing of the Goetz Collection and add to the atmosphere within the gallery.


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[ SEQUENCE DISRUPTOR] [ location ] verona, italy [ course ] arch_4601_david_isern [ program ] public space [ partner ] william cormier The city of Verona is organized by the Roman grid. The series of perpendicular axis and intersections creates an urban plan that is easily navigable; however, where the grid is disrupted, opportunities emerge to create urban spaces that are unique from the grid. In Verona, a major disruption of the Roman grid is by the river edge of the Adage. The result of this disruption are spaces that connect the people to the river, a factor that contributes to the identity of the city. The urban park near the Ladoga Canoe Club uses the same language of organization and disruption that the city of Verona does. Urban spaces are planned on a grid which is disrupted by a long masonry structure that spans the length of the park. Where the grid becomes disrupted is where spaces are created that connect the people with the park. Due to the structure disrupts the grid used to plan park spaces, another grid can be introduced on the other side which plans a different series of spaces. The disrupting structure divides the park into a public space and a more private enclosed space that can be rentable and used by the Canoe Club. Both spaces use grids with differing size and orientation; however, they are explicitly separated by the disrupting structure .


SURFACE ANALYSIS Elevation and Sectional analysis of the changing surfaces of La Dogana and the surrounding site.

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[ ALTERED STANDARD ] [ location ] lubbock, texas [ course ] arch_3502_david_driskill [ program ] office building with cafe Located in downtown Lubbock in the central buisness district is an ideal location to begin to revitalize and revamp the urban sequence of downtown. The central buisness district is one of three key districts that form the cultural, economic, and social aspects of downtown. The arts districts is located north of the site on Avenue J, LHUCA is a gallery that hosts open gallery viewings of artworks to the community every friday. the central buisness district houses many forms of commerce, located within the district allows for a new standard of design to be set for downtown. The last key district is the depot district, this district is mainly located on Buddy Holly Avenue. this district contains the social aspects of downtown that includes bars, small musical venues, and locally owned restraunts. These three districts are a major factor that begins to set Lubbock’s downtown from other cities, implementing these seems logical in redesigning the way that downtown functions. Cores in buildings are a vertical connection between floors and programs, in the conceptual design the cores are placed similarly to that of the three districts in downtown. The form is constructed around the shifting of the cores and the shifting of floors to create areas of balconys and green roofs. the shifting, based on programing and contextual identifications will allow for lower floors to be protected from the southern and western sun while connecting back to the three key parts of downtown.


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michael h. carper attorney

lees cafe

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stay true tattoo

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lubbock national bank

caprock court reporting MAIN STREET

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fire house grill and bar

cactus courtyard klusoz inc.

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buddy holly statue

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DISTRICTS | LUBBOCK Analysis of key buildings within the three main districts of downtown Lubbock with pedestrian, vehicular, and public transportation movement.


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[ KNOWLEDGE THROUGH TIME ] [ location ] lubbock, texas [ course ] arch_3502_gary_smith [ program ] public library with gallery space A library and art gallery located in Northern Lubbovk, sits ontop of a hill that overlooks Conquistador Lake. The site is a prime location to enjoy a book and expand ones knowledge near the tranquility of the lake. The progression of knowledge through time is enhanced by three layers of understanding; archaic, contemporary, and futuristic. The shifting geometries define each stage of learning and is reinforced by their purpose. The gallery is on the lower level, seen as the foundation of knowledge that is currently being gained today. Primative knowledge started as cave paintings, showing others how to hunt, gather, and how to construct as means to stay alive. The ground floor is the location of the library stacks, this floor represents old knowledge; once man kind formed the written language, knowledge was passed down through paper and pen for future generations. The second level is where new knowledge is gained, this floor contains reading rooms, open reading tables, and computer alcoves. Individuals use this floor to gain knowledge through books or through the use of the internet. The circulation through the program expresses the travel through time and the advancements in technology and knowledge.


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[ PAIRED PATHS ] [ study ] performative investigation [ course ] arch_2502_mari michael_glassell

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Paired Paths began as a study on how an eggslicer operates through the use of colored ink, soap, and glue. The three different liquids were placed through the eggslicer while it was being operated. The results of the operations were aparent on the field and analysed (see page 35-36) to find how, if any pattern transformed the field.


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[ PAIRED PATHS ] A device was created through analyzing OBJECT | FIELD RELATION. Through diagram analysis of the field, a natural occurance created two paths; a higher path and a lower path. The paths begin, seperate, and collect creating two different experiences in the same device. The device operates in the same manner creating a new object and field relationship.


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[ Résumé and Contact ]

MR References Terah Maher Visiting Assistant Professor Texas Tech University_CoA e: terah.maher@ttu.edu

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Upe Flueckiger Associate Professor Texas Tech Univerity_CoA t: (806) 834-4884 e: upe.flueckiger@ttu.edu

Education Masters of Architecture Texas Tech University | Lubbock, Texas Jan. 2017 - Dec. 2018 (expected graduation) Current GPA: 3.85 Bachelors of Science in Architecture Texas Tech University | Lubbock, Texas Aug. 2013 - Dec. 2016 GPA: 3.485

Experience Draftsman [ June 2017- Present ] BH Drafting and Design Student Assistant [ Spring 2017 & Spring 2018 ] Design Studio II [ Fall 2016 & Fall 2017 ] Design, Enviornment, and Society Summer Intern [ May 2015 - Aug. 2015 ] Dallas Design Group & Associates

Extracurricular Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society Member Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society Member American Institute of Architecture Students

Software Knowledge

Ben Shacklette Associate Professor Texas Tech University_ CoA t: (806) 834-2639 e: ben.shacklette@ttu.edu

[ Matthew Roye ] a: 380 Alpine Drive, Wylie, TX, 75098 t: (972) 740-6826 e: roye.matthew@gmail.com www.issuu.com/matthew.roye

AutoCAD | Adobe Photoshop | Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign | Rhinoceros | V-Ray for Rhinoceros Microsoft Office | Revit

Academic Achievements and Recognition [ Deans List ] Spring 2014 | Fall 2014 | Fall 2015 | Fall 2016 [ Scholarships ] President’s Transfer Scholarship | Study Abroad Scholarship | Vernooy Study Abroad Scholarship | Troy Associates Architecture Scholarship


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