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Matthew Kauzlaric Architectural Portfolio 2018


Matthew Kauzlaric Address:

CAREER OBJECTIVE As an aspiring Architect, I strive to make designs that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing. I believe that every design needs a purpose that challenges both the eye and the mind. It is important to understand the meanings behind the brick and mortar of a building, as well as the heart and soul of the design, and I work to instill these ideals through my work.

WORK EXPERIENCE CrosbyCrosby-Creations

Residential Drafter & Designer     

08/20 08/2013 2013 - Present Hollywood, SC

Project Manager Conduct client meetings & field measurements Custom home and renovation designs Create as-built and custom working drawings ARB and BAR submittals and presentations

College of Charleston Charleston

Architectural Associate

08/20 08/2012 2012 - 12/20 12/2014 2014 Charleston, SC

 Project Manager  Create as-built and working drawings  Building code analysis Eagle River Golf Course

Maintenance Crew

05/20 05/2003 2003 - 10/20 10/2011 2011 Eagle River, WI

 Operate heavy equipment  General maintenance  Carpentry

CERTIFICATION & REGISTRATION  Project Manager Professional (PMP) Certified  AXP hours completed  In the process of completing the ARE’s

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301 Truluck Drive Charleston, SC 29414

Phone:

715.617.9382

Email: kauzlar2@gmail.com

EDUCATION NC State University  Bachelor of Architecture Accredited 5th year Degree  Expected 05/2018  GPA – 4.056 University of WisconsinWisconsinMilwaukee WI  Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies  Minor in Business Administration  Awarded 04/2012  GPA – 3.52 NorthCentral NorthCentral Technical College, College, Wausau WI  Associates degree in Residential Design  Awarded 12/2008

RELEVANT SKILLS Programs:  Autodesk (Revit, AutoCAD)  Adobe Suite (Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator)  Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, Powerpoint)


Table of Contents Fort Fisher Visitor Center NC State University | Spring 2018 Raleigh Central Library NC State University | Fall 2017 Streyffeler Residence

Crosby-Creations, LLC | May 2015

Barrineau Residence Crosby-Creations, LLC | February 2016 Sanchez Residence Crosby-Creations, LLC | March 2016 Residential Hall

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee | Fall 2010

Milwaukee Library University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee | Spring 2011 Downer Pool University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee | Spring 2011

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Fort Fisher Visitor Center NC State University, ARC 502 Spring 2018

Site Parti Diagram Fort Fisher is an environment rich in both historical significance, as well as a vast and every changing ecosystem. This harsh environment offers an opportunity to create a structure that helps control erosion to prevent further depravation of the history that lives in this region and provide a fun learning experience for visitors to the site. This site played a significant role in the Civil War and later during WWII. During WWII, an airstrip was built that stretched from the northern side of the mounds through and beyond them to the south, causing a portion of the historical mounds to be removed. In this design, recreating a portion of the original Fort will provide a unique opportunity for visitors to better understand what went into the construction of the mounds and how they were used during historical times. The building itself is formed from the grid of the mounds, both in section and plan, to relay the significance of these mounds to both the history and current ecology of the site.

Traverse Parapet

Section Parti Diagram

Site Section 3


Site Plan

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Front Entry Perspective

West Elevation

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Gutter Detail The integration of a gutter, at the base of the front sloping facade, is meant to help prevent erosion through the control of water flow around the site.

Building Assembly Model

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Raleigh Central Library NC State University, ARC 501 Fall 2017

Moore Square Perspective Raleigh Central Library offers an opportunity to create a dynamic structure that will serve as a central learning space for the greater Raleigh area. Heavy foot traffic from Moore Square down Hargett St, the Kids Museum to the West, and the bus station just East of the site, provide a rich opportunity to create a building that will help provide a central learning hub for the community. The program for this project was centered around the idea of creating lofty learning spaces with multiple doubleheight spaces. Allowing the capability of adapting to the current needs for the area. Having an open for plan with moveable furniture was important to keep in mind when planning out the program. Careful consideration must also be used when dealing with the expansive southern exposure.

Section Perspective 7


SLOPING METAL COPING W/ CONTINUOUS CLEAT @ BOTH SIDES - EXGTEND MIN. OF 4" OVER FACE OF BRICK

2

1

PARAPET CAP W/ FLAHSING

0.25/12 SLOPED INSULATION FOR DRAINAGE

2 - 2 1/2" RIGID INSULATION METAL ROOF DECK

Fourth Floor Ceiling 66'-0"

MODIFIED BITUMEN (OR SIMILAR SYSTEM) CAP FLASHING

Site Massing

2" BIOMASON BRICK VENEER GRAY COLOR

DRAINAGE TUBE METAL DECKING

SLEEPER SYSTEM

RIGID INSULATION Fourth Floor 56'-0"

I-BEAM PURLIN Third Floor Ceiling 52'-0"

SUSPENDED GYPSUM WALL BOARD CEILING

Split Program

2" BIOMASON BRICK VENEER NATURAL COLOR

1/2" PERMABASE CEMENT BOARD 3/4" SHEATHING RIGID INSULATION

Third Floor 40'-0"

6" CONCRETE FLOOR

Second Floor Ceiling I-BEAM PURLIN

SUSPENDED GYPSUM WALL BOARD CEILING

36'-0"

VERITCAL PANEL RAIL KNIGHT MFI S-SERIES HORIZONTAL RAIN SCREEN 2" BIOMASON BRICK VENEER NATURAL COLOR

Central Circulation

1/2" PERMABASE CEMENT BOARD METAL STUD RIGID INSULATION

Second Floor 24'-0"

First Floor Ceiling 20'-0"

KNIGHT MFI S-SERIES HORIZONTAL RAIN SCREEN

STEEL I-BEAM

2" BIOMASON BRICK VENEER NATURAL COLOR

VAPOR BARRIER IMPACT-RATED GLASS

Light & Circulation WINDOW SILL FLASHING 2" BIOMASON BRICK VENEER NATURAL COLOR 4" x 12" BIOMASON BRICK VENEER GRAY COLOR

Grade

Overall Massing

Detailed Section

CRUSHED GRAVEL

ENGINEERED FILL VAPOR BARRIER

CONCRETE SLAB

FLASHING

DRAINAGE TUBE RIGID INSULATION

REBAR

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Process Model

Process Model

Electrical

M. Rest Room

W. Rest Room

Mechanical

Elevator

Elevator

Fire Stairs

Corridor

Storage

Open Office

Storage

CNC Machines

Laser Cutter

Exhibition Hall

UP

Periodicals

Rest Room

S. Blount St.

Reception

Cafe

Fire Stairs

E. Hargett St.

First Floor Plan

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Atrium Perspective

Reading Room Perspective

1/16� Model

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Streyffeler Residence Crosby-Creations, LLC May 2015

The Streyffeler Residence is located in a small community in Summerville, SC. This site allowed for a few interesting design challenges to be incorporated into the project. The rear of the property butts up against a vast marsh view, while having an important community presence from the front of the house. This design was required to maximize the views while not straying too far from the design of adjacent properties. My role during this project was to create presentation-ready renderings and a complete set of construction drawings, including; sections, elevations, floor plans, electrical plans, and roof plans.

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Covered Porch 17'-0"x12'-0" 10' Clg.

Front Elevation During Construction

Partial Floor Plan

KIDS LIVINGROOM

GARAGE DOOR

MEDIA ROOM

COVERED PORCH

COV.D PORCH

Rear Elevation During Construction

Section 12


Barrineau Residence Crosby-Creations, LLC Febuary 2016

Front Perspective

The Barrineau Residence is a renovation project where the clients were looking to add an attached garage with a Finished Room Over Garage (a FROG) along with a screened porch at the rear. The idea that form-follows-function played a heavy role in the design of this project, due to heavy site restrictions and extensive client needs. As the lead project designer and manager on this project, I led all phases of the design process. A project like the Barrineau’s starts with a field visit to draw up existing plans, which leads into the design and full wrap-up of the construction drawings. This design allowed for full use of the garage for boat storage and car parking along with functional every day use. The added bathroom is designed to be heated space and easy access from the main level. The overall design was intended to increase the use of family interaction at the rear of the house while increasing storage for the family as a whole.

Existing Street Perspective

Proposed Street Perspective 13


7'-0"

7'-8 1/2"

g

3080 SCREEN DOOR

49'-0"

TR. 6" POST

3054 D.H. HDR @ 6'-0"

HB

6080 DBL FULL LITE

6'-4 1/2"

7'-11 1/2"

4'-9"

6'-4 1/2"

Bonus Room 1

2'-0 1/2"

5'-7"

TR. 36" HIGH RAILING W/ TR. 2X2 PICKETS

9'-0"

3080 FULL LITE

11' Clg. TR. NEWEL POST

4'-3 1/2"

3'-4"

7'-1"

10'-3"

W/C Bath

DROP ZONE LOCKERS

Covered Porch 5'-6"

UP

48'-0"

4 8 2 6

23'-7 1/2"

6'-4 1/2"

8

9 10 11 12 13 14

3'-6"

3'-6" 3068 1/2 LITE 4" DROP

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Garage 11' Clg.

SLOPED CLG.

5'-7" WALL BELOW

HB

3'-9"

1'-0"

16'-0" x 10'-0" CARRIAGE BI-FOLD DOORS

1'-1"

UP

32'-0"

TR. 36" HIGH RAILING W/ TR. 2X2 PICKETS

NEWEL POST

1

5 6

3'-8"

2

4

7'-7 1/2"

1'-8"

3'-3 1/2"

2

3

3

TRADITIONAL RAIL W/ OPEN ENDED TREADS

8'-5"

2X6 WALL

2

6'-7 1/2"

W

5 DN 4

1

3054 D.H. HDR @ 6'-0"

3'-10 1/2"

D

8 8 2 6

31'-2"

3'-6" UP

0'-4 1/2"

4'-9"

Mudroom

8'-2"

5'-6"

6

3'-4"

8'-3"

0 8 3 6 C.O.

4'-7 1/2"

5'-10"

STEP DOWN

6'-4 1/2"

EXISTING

EXISTING EXISTING WALL TO BE REMOVED

10'-1 1/2"

6.10

5

42" VANITY

6'-1"

2036 CSMT. HDR @ 7'-4"

EXISTING

2'-8"

DN 4 2' ROUND WIN. HDR. TO MATCH EXISTING

3'-2"

2'-6" 60" X 32"

3

9'-8"

12'-0"

2

2'-7"

5'-9 1/2"

EXISTING

EXISTING

5'-0"

1

12'-6"

Clg. to Match Existing

13'-6"

2X6 WALL

1'-9 1/2"

Rear Covered Porch

5'-3 1/2"

8 0 2 8 Pkt.

1'-2"

6'-2 1/2"

PORCH BEAM SPEC'D BY ENGINEER

12'-0"

DN

71'-4"

13'-0"

6'-4 1/2" 4'-4"

4'-9"

10'-5"

11' Clg.

18'-4 1/2" 5'-7 1/2"

5'-8" 23'-1"

7'-0"

12'-9 1/2"

16'-0"

2'-5 1/2"

Covered Patio

3054 D.H. HDR @ 6'-0"

3'-11"

PORCH BEAM SPEC'D BY ENGINEER

BRICK VENEER SKIRT

BRACKET ROOF ABOVE

BRICK STEPS WALL TO MATCH FRONT STEPS

GRASPABLE RAIL

5'-6"

3'-9"

11'-6 1/2"

9'-3"

11'-6 1/2" 23'-1"

32'-4"

DN

Proposed Floor Plan

Existing Floor Plan

Proposed Rear Perspective 14


Sanchcez Residence Crosby-Creations, LLC March 2016

Front Perspective The Sanchez Residence is an original Mozer design, released to us by the designers. The main challenge with this project was to take the original design, meant for a different location, and manipulate it to fit the clients needs, while fitting on a tight lot zoned for a smaller house. The main shell of the house remained largely the same, but the entire floor plan was challenged and adjusted per the clients variety of requests. I was the lead project manager on this project. I met with the clients, led the presentations to the local ARB, and completed the full construction documents and code analysis.

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12:12

AA

2nd Floor Plate Hgt Hdr Hgt.

Gallery/Optional Bed Beyond

5'-6"

Elevator

8'-3"

9'-1 1/2"

12

2nd Floor

Storage

12 18

1'-5"

3

R19

12

Foyer

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14

16

1 15

14

3

Stairwell

13

12

11

10

9 8 7 6

13

2

12

3

11

4

1

2

3

10

4

Screened Porch

5

Garage

Covered Porch

Lower Vestibule

Elevator

1'-5" 8'-4"

Building section 15

Master Bed

R19

1st Floor

Ground Floor

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Elevator

Covered Front Porch

Hall

17

Pdr.

10'-1 1/2"

8'-6"

Hdr. Hgt.

Ground Floor Plate Hgt

3

12

Knee Wall Hgt.

1st Floor Plate Hgt

12

R30

5

9 8 7 6

Cantilevered Grilling Deck


42'-0" 25'-0"

17'-0" 9'-6 1/2"

8'-6"

TR. 4X4 POST

2860 D.H.

3068 SCR. DR

6'-10 1/2"

19'-5"

3'-2"

25'-5 1/2" 6'-0" 3'-5"

3060 D.H.

HDR @ 8'-6" TEMP.

2'-6"

6'-0"

3060 D.H.

HDR @ 8'-6" TEMP.

3'-0"

2'-10 1/2"

5'-10 1/2"

10' Clg. Hgt.

Kitchen 16'-1" x 10'-4" 10' Clg. Hgt.

36'-0"

D/W

3068 3/4 LITE W/ 16" TRANSOM ABV. 4" DROP

2'-10 1/2" 7'-0"

(2) 2454 D.H. HDR @ 8'-6"

2 JACKS

6'-6 1/2"

SEE LOUVER DETAIL ON PG. 5.10

6'-0" 12'-6 1/2"

TR. 8" BOXED COLUMN

Front Porch NEWEL POST

1'-0"

3060 D.H.

TR. 36" HIGH RAILING W/ TR. 2X2 PICKETS

PORCH BEAM SPEC'D BY ENGINEER

3'-6" 6'-1 1/2"

2 5.10

10'-6 1/2"

Foyer

HDR @ 8'-6"

2'-7 1/2"

2X6 PLUMB. WALL

5'-0" X 3'-6" ISLAND

DN

3'-6"

49'-8"

2'-7"

9'-0"

7'-11"

(3) 2660 D.H. HDR @ 8'-6"

2 JACKS

FRIDGE W/ 24" DEEP CAB. ABV.

2'-3 1/2" 5'-0 1/2"

0 0 3 8

1'-3" 1'-10" 6'-3"

5'-0" 3'-5"

3'-1" 0'-3"

2X6 PLUMB. WALL Linen

4 0 1 8 C.O. D

SHELVES ABV.

6'-0"

SHELVES

4'-2" Util.

2X6 WALL

12" Seat W/C

8 0 2 8

W

3'-8"

1'-10"

44" X 48"

2'-0"

1'-11 1/2"

0 0 2 8

3'-9"

4'-5"

2'-6"

W/C

4'-4"

2'-9 1/2"

4'-0"

4" CURB

3'-11 1/2"

108" VANITY

6014 PICT. HDR @ 8'-6"

15" DEEP

ELEVATOR

2'-5" 1'-8 1/2"

54" VANITY

6'-0"

0'-9"

3'-3 1/2"

W.i.c. 8'-4" x 6'-0" 10' Clg Hgt.

5'-1"

M. Bath 10' Clg. Hgt.

Closet

3'-11 1/2"

12" DEEP SHELV.

1'-0"

2'-7"

8'-0"

6 0 2 8 Pkt.

LINE TO FLR ABV.

0 0 2 8

3'-5 1/2" 6 0 2 8 DBL.

1'-0"

4 0 2 8

8 0 2 8

18

NEWEL POST

OPEN TO ABV.

1'-2 1/2"

DN15 16

3'-6"

15

2

6'-2"

14

UP 1

0 0 5 8 Dbl. Pkt.

14

3

16'-1" x 25'-10" 10' Clg. Hgt.

1'-1"

13

4'-10 1/2"

12

13

4'-5"

11

12

17

8'-6"

Living / Dining TRADITIONAL RAIL W/ OPEN ENDED TREADS

4

11

2X6 WALL

0 8 6 6 SLIDING GLASS

4" DROP

6

6'-0 1/2"

7

5

16

4 0 2 8 Pkt.

3'-1"

8

3'-6"

2X6 WALL

2X6 WALL

EGRESS

8'-7"

3'-8 1/2"

2660 D.H. HDR @ 8'-6"

9

Master Bed

8 0 2 8 Pkt. 5'-9 1/2"

13'-0 1/2"

2'-6"

10

2660 D.H. HDR @ 8'-6"

15'-4 1/2"

2 JACKS

5'-5 1/2"

33'-10 1/2"

9'-11 1/2" 3'-11 1/2"

14'-7" x 14'-11" 10' Clg. Hgt.

45'-0"

4'-3"

9'-11 1/2" 7'-2 1/2"

(3) 2660 D.H. HDR @ 8'-6"

2X6 WALL

11'-1 1/2"

Vaulted Clg.

15'-0 1/2"

49'-8"

HB

Screened Porch 7'-10"

2860 D.H.

2 JACKS

PORCH BEAM SPEC'D BY ENGINEER

TR. 8" BOXED COLUMN

1/2 COLUMN

2860 D.H.

HDR @ 8'-6" HDR @ 8'-6" HDR @ 8'-6"

PAN. CAB.

4'-8"

Cantilevered Grilling Deck

8'-6"

4'-8"

6'-7 1/2"

COOKTOP W/ HOOD ABV. oven below

8'-10 1/2"

7'-10 1/2"

18'-0"

11'-8"

HVAC PLATFORM TO BE LOCATED 3' ABOVE BFE

4'-5 1/2"

24'-0"

Partial Floor Plan

4'-1 1/2"

42'-0"

5'-3"

1 5.10

Front Perspective Rendering

Street Perspective Rendering 16


Residential Hall University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, ARC 410 Fall 2010

The residential hall is located within the heart of the Univiersity of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) campus. The location of the hall allows the surrounding campus to play a huge role in the shape and purpose of the structure. A main walking path cuts through the center of the site allowing for direct access to the neighborhood lying west of the complex. The design of this building is meant to recapture the nature lost, and connect this site to the horizon line. The trees on top of the building are the main connection and serve as an outdoor patio. The residential hall is built six stories high and the main building incorporates a coffee shop, offices, and a store that provides service items to the students who reside in the residential hall. The existing buildings on campus form the structural layout and exterior facade the building has taken on. The combination of student life and residential meeting allow for a unique and complex design.

Site Oblique

West Elevation

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Photo Mantage


UP

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DN

DN

Site Plan DN

DN

North Elevation

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Milwaukee Library University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, ARC 420 Spring 2011

The design problem for the Milwaukee Library is to utilize the entire site where two roads meet to create a point. The ends are used to create a vertical access connecting the upper and lower floors. A dimensional layout is used to create a sound structure and a line of vertical sun shading located on the western side. This shading serves a dual purpose of supporting the western side of the building while also cooling the interior during the central part of the day. The large windows in the center of the building are meant to show a central connection between the linear layout of the floor plan. The patio off the back of the library is designed to promote interaction with the surrounding public, allowing it to not only be utilized by the students of the area but by the community as a whole.

Dimensional Order

Dimensional Order

W

Connective Tissue

Connective Tissue

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Eastern Perspective

Western Organization

Primary Structure Primary Structure

Encloser Organization Enclosure Organization

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Formation Diagram

Rear Perspective

Exterior Porch Longitudinal Section

Longitudinal Section 21


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UP

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Level 1 Floor Plan

Latitudinal Section

Latitudinal Section 22


Downer Pool University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, ARC 420 Spring 2011

The Downer Pool is designed to be a solar powered, self sufficent building. It was designed into three parts, the reflection area, the larger pool area, and the kiddie pool. The site layout above ground is designed to relay that three part feeling through the organic relationship of the buildings placed on the site. The main building holding the corner of the site is the reception area. It is strategically placed to attract users to enter through this building. Most of the building is located underground, with the intent to not over power the surrounding neighborhood by placing a large, towering building within it. The exterior of the three buildings are designed to feature the structure that is holding it up and using the highlighted structure to channel water collected by the rain. The circular building channels water down through a collection system to represent a waterfall falling into the children’s pool below. The larger pool area has glass inserts between the columns in order to view the water falling down the sides, yet keep the rain out as to not affect the swimming inside. Seating is raised up in the air to allow spectators to watch the events held in the pool and also allowing access to locker rooms for pool users. The structure on the main pool building is also raised up to hide the solar panels on the roof.

Perspective

South East Perspective South East Perspective

North East Perspective J

J

UP

C C

UP

D D

FFF

F EE

GGG UP

J

Sub-Level Plan 23

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H H

II

J

South East Perspective

EE G UP

LL KK J J

A - Main Entrance B - Sun Deck C - Main Pool D - Children’s Pool E - Locker Room F - Showers and Drying Room G - Bathrooms H - Lifeguard Room I - Manager’s Office and First Aid J - Elevator K - Maintenance Equipment Room L - Filer and Mechanical Room M - Instruction Equipment Storage Room

DN

DN

AA DN

B

DN

B

First Floor Plan


Interior Perspective

ctive

Interior Perspective

Interior Perspective

Interior Perspective

Section Perspective 24


Oblique

Circulation Diagram 25

Indirect Sunlight Diagram


Structural Oblique

Latitudinal Section

Volumetric Organization 26

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