Architect & Graphic designer
Michael Peacock PEACOCKERIE
Michael Peacock design portfolio
CONTENTS Architecture Eyebeam mixed use building Drury University teaching theater Baekje School of Artisan Crafts Volos Cultural & Activity Center City of Urich, Missouri Vision 2040 Graydon Springs Russian banya
Graphic Design Gravity branding Alcohol prevention poster David Speer branding Calvary Church brochure and logo Drury University apparel Drury University display boards Personal branding DFFRNT. magazine Sketchbook illustrations
eyebeam mixed use fall 2011
FIFTH YEAR PROJECT TO DESIGN A MIXED-USE BUILDING IN AN URBAN SETTING INCORPORATING THE LOFT TYPOLOGY.
E Y E B E A M PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION
Multiuse exhibit performance space
Wood and metal shop
Artist Studio Lofts bookstore
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multiperson offices }green room server room storage bathrooms circulation
E Y E B E A M RESTAURANT/ NIGHTCLUB RELATIONSHIPS 3
STRUCTURAL GLASS FINS DOUBLE-PANED GLASS RIGID INSULATION METAL DECKING
RADIANT HEATING COILS W-FLANGE BEAM
W-12 STEEL COLUMN
INSULATED COR-10 METAL PANEL
1. Dance Floor 2. Bar 3. DJ booth 4. Dressing rm. 5. Outdoor bar 6. Outdoor terrace 7. Lounge 8. Private Lounges 11. Cooler 12. Restrooms 13. Bar prep kitchen
POLYETHYLENE MOISTURE BARRIER CONCRETE GROUND FLOOR SLAB CONCRETE FOUNDATION
THE 200,000 SF. PROGRAM INCLUDED THE DIGITAL MEDIA COMPANY EYEBEAM OUT OF NYC AS WELL AS A RESTAURANT, ALONG WITH LEASABLE SPACE.
TEACHING THEATER SPRING 2010
THIRD YEAR PROJECT THAT INCORPORATED A THEATER AND EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES ON DRURY’S CAMPUS IN THE LOCATION OF RECENTLY DEMOLISHED RESIDENCE HALLS
STAGE & SECTION A AUDITORIUM 1:8
Section D Section C Detail B Section A Section B
FLOOR SECTION B 12 &LOBBIES 1:8 st nd
FLOOR PLAN LVL 1
baekje school of artisan crafts SPRING 2012
FIFTH YEAR THESIS PROJECT ADDRESSING SOCIAL AND RELATIONAL PROBLEMS IN YOUTH CAUSED BY TECHNOLOGY
GROUND FLOOR PLAN
FIRST/ELEVENTH FLOOR PLANS
volos cultural & activity center SPRING 2011
STUDY ABROAD PROJECT SET IN VOLOS, GREECE. THE CULTURAL CENTER SERVES AS A FOCAL POINT FOR THE CITY, ESPECIALLY THE UNIVERSITIES NEARBY
THE FINAL PROJECT WAS HAND-DRAWN, BUT THESE ARE SOME OF THE PERSPECTIVES WE DREW, ALONG WITH THE SITE PLAN
urich, missouri city vision spring 2011
COLLABORATION WITH THE CITY OF URICH, MISSOURI, AS WELL AS A TEAM OF 5.
Current view of historic Main Street
Social Heart The four-block area at the south end of Main Street should be developed as the social heart of Urich. The town needs a place for the local residents to gather and feel comfortable. They need a place that accommodates their social and commercial needs rather than those typical of a town visitor. This space should also be one that the residents are proud of. One of the most important ways of achieving this is to revitalize the historic downtown area with the expansion of these buildings. Sidewalks, streetscaping and parking should also be added to accommodate the functionality of these businesses. The south-east corner of this quad should be specifically devoted to community activities. With the placement of a community center as well as a city park, this area can be closely connected to the downtown while still providing for the local residents. The back-side of the remaining blocks should remain residentIal, but more houses should be added to the existing ones to create a more dense area close to the downtown. To accommodate the increase in parking, parking lots should be added behind the commercial buildings with access points provided throughout. These access points can also be used as social meeting spaces with the addition of benches and landscaping.
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Master Plan The comprehensive vision expressed in ou master plan shows how we each worked on THE PLAN ENCOMPASSED THE AREAS OF REGIONAL PARTNERSHIPS, HIGHWAY PRESENCE, HOUSING OPTIONS, PARKS & TRAILS, AND PLANS FOR THE TWO MAIN AREAS OF THE CITY. specific portions of the city and developed strategies that could exist in a cohesive ima Plan showing connections between housing, commercial and community spaces
graydon springs russian banya
G S G O
THIRD YEAR PROJECT FOCUSING ON ATTENTION TO SITE, AS WELL AS DETAILS AND SYSTEMS
THIS IS A DETAIL WALL SECTION OF THE SAUNA THAT IS A PART OF THE PROCESS OF THE RUSSIAN BANYA (BATH HOUSE)
gravity cofee & tea 2012
GRAVITY coffee & tea co.
BRANDING COMPETITION FOR GRAVITY COFFE AND TEA COMPANY IN ARKANSAS.
Alcohol prevention competition poster
THIS POSTER WAS AN ENTRY INTO SPRINGFIELD’S ALCOHOL PREVENTION POSTER COMPETITION. ALTHOUGH IT DIDN’T WIN, IT IS BEING USED BY DRURY UNIVERSITY.
DAVID SPEER CONVOY OF HOPE (2012)
CONVOY OF HOPE/ASSEMBLIES OF GOD MISSIONARY DAVID SPEER BUSINESS CARD & BROCHURE
calvary church houston, tx (2010)
CALVARYCHURCH at the fountains Loving God. Serving People. Changing the World.
CALVARYCHURCH Loving God. Serving People. Changing the World.
Calvary CALVARY CHURCH AT THE FOUNTAINS IDENTITY REDESIGN, INCLUDING LOGO & BROCHURE
DRURY UNIVERSITY t-shirts (2009-2011)
DRURY UNIVERSITY T-SHIRTS DESIGNED FOR DISCOVER DRURY DAYS & OTHER EVENTS
DRURY UNIVERSITY PRESENTATION BOARDS
DISPLAY BOARDS FOR THE ULTIMATE FRISBEE CLUB, AS WELL AS THE RESIDENCE LIFE DEPARTMENT
Personal Design 2011
PROCESS FOR PERSONAL LOGO & WEBSITE DESIGN
personal design dffrnt. magazine
PERSONAL MAGAZINE. FULL MAGAZINE CAN BE FOUND AT ISSUU.COM/MIPEACOCK
Personal Design sketchbook
SKETCHBOOK ILLUSTRATIONS SINCE 2009