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Cover Image: Measured Drawing of Printing Press Graphite on Stonehenge Paper - 22” x 30”


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Inuit Art + Learning Center

[graduate comprehensive studio]

9

Flatbed Press Studio

[graduate studio]

15

JavaLamp

[environmental controls project]

17

Turquoise Trail Elementary

[professional project]

23

Cat Playhouse

[personal project]

25

Aggregate Housing

[undergraduate senior project]

33

Bay City Courthouse Annex

[graduate studio]


Inuit Art + Learning Center Comprehensive Studio Project - With Benjamin Morris YEAR:  2012  LOCATION:  Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada PROGRAM:  Addition to Winnipeg Ar t Galler y to house Inuit Ar t collection and public education functions

In traditional Inuit life, winters are spent dormant and stationary on the ice, while summers are spent in a nomadic search for food and resources across the land. A very powerful distinction, supported by religious taboos, is drawn between life on the land and life on the sea ice. The Inuit Art and Learning Center contains 45,000 of galleries, archive and research functions, and studio learning spaces. The addition is separated from the existing gallery, highlighting the unique nature and special status of the gallery’s Inuit art collection. The separation also creates abundant north glazing, which provides daylight for the studio classrooms and the open gallery spaces. The space between the two buildings is a small urban landscape for students to congregate before entering the learning center, for outdoor classes, and for a new café in the existing building. Two bridges spring from the existing gallery building and penetrate through the addition, creating a circulation loop from the existing galleries through two levels of new galleries and back to the existing roof lounge and gallery. The celebration of this movement is a response to Inuit culture and tradition, and animates the connection between the two buildings.

WINNIPEG ART GALLERY


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1 A-302

12' - 6"

925 SF

65' - 0"

SECURITY 250 SF

21' - 0”

CAFE

STORAGE

20' - 5"

4' - 0"

EDUCATION LOBBY

20' - 5"

25' - 3"

30' - 6"

21' - 3 "

OPEN TO LOADING DOCK BELOW

GIFT SHOP

1400 SF

450 SF

+1’ - 6”

+0’ - 0”

18' - 2"

30' - 6"

-0’ - 3”

18' - 0" EXISTING CONCRETE PYLON TO REMAIN

UP

ADMINISTRATION

+1’ - 5”

PLANTING AREA

OPEN TO LOADING DOCK BELOW

MECHANICAL CAFE SEATING AREA

-0’ - 6”

PLANTING AREA 4 A-503

STUDENT ENTRY PLAZA

FOUNTAIN

EXISTING STONE-CLAD EXHAUST TOWER 46' -0

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" 22' -6

OUTDOOR CLASSROOM AREA

MEN

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WOMEN ATRIUM

195 SF

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7' 0"

36' - 11 "

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A-301

LOBBY & RECEPTION GALLERY

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UP

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ARCHIVE & RESEARCH

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1560 SF

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40' -7

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LOBBY & RECEPTION GALLERY

PLANTI

+1’ - 3”

300 MEMORIAL BLVD., WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, CANADA

" 28' -5

CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE WALL

UP

INUIT ART AND LEARNING CENTER

" 40' -7

-0’ - 3”

WINNIPEG ART GALLERY

A-304

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TO EXISTING ROOF GALLERY LEVEL

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EDUCATION

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PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION 2 NOT TO SCALE

The program distribution sets up a clear division between the educational programs, which are accessed directly by visiting students from the courtyard, STUDENT ARRIVAL COURTYARD and the gallery spaces. On the lower levels, the building hinges in plan around a central atrium. Above, the atrium winds up, separating the gallery spaces from TO BASEMENT (CLAY STUDIO) archive functions, where the permanent collection is visible to the visiting public, but not curated for gallery display. PRIMARY CIRCULATION 1 NOT TO SCALE

NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMIT, OR CONSTRUCTION. PHASE: FINAL

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PHASE: FINAL

300 MEMORIAL BLVD., WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, CANADA

NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMIT, OR CONSTRUCTION.

DATE: 12.14.2012

INUIT ART AND LEARNING CENTER

PROCESS AND DEVELOPMENT

WINNIPEG ART GALLERY

300 MEMORIAL BLVD., WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, CANADA

INUIT ART AND LEARNING CENTE

WINNIPEG ART GALLER

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The Learning Center addition responds to the existing building and the urban condition of downtown Winnipeg with a rigid geometry that is formed to the shape of the site and the larger urban grids, in much the same way as the original building. The building is expressed as a single mass, punctured by the two spear-like bridges.

PROCESS AND DEVELOPMENT

NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMIT, OR CONSTRUCTION. PHASE: FINAL DATE: 12.14.2012

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DATE: 12.14.201

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ROOF HIGH END 78' - 0" ROOF LOW END 72' - 0"

The two major programs are woven together at the atrium, which connects vertically through the whole building, though vertical circulation for the education spaces does not connect to the gallery above. The gallery visitor arrives in the orientation gallery, and moves towards the atrium, where a second bridge smashes into the building. Adjacent to the atrium on the upper levels is the archive, which allows un-curated display of archived sculpture, as well as semi-private areas for researchers.

5TH FLOOR 60' - 0"

The comprehensive studio requirements included resolving DIRECTOR'S the project to a high technicalOFFICE degree, including construction details. The building is comprised of three major systems: a perforated metal screen panel system on the east, south, and west facades; a glass curtain wall assembly on the north AUDITORIUM facade; and the bridges that span the courtyard.

5TH FLOOR 60' - 0"

EXHIBIT GALLERY

3RD FLOOR 28' - 0"

SCULPTURE AND PRINT ARCHIVE

4TH FLOOR 44' - 0"

4TH FLOOR 44' - 0"

SCULPTURE ARCHIVE AND UNCURATED DISPLAY

3RD FLOOR 28' - 0"

3RD FLOOR 28' - 0"

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DIRECTOR'S OFFICE

STAFF OFFICE

2ND FLOOR 14' - 0"

AUDITORIUM

MULTIPURPOSE ROOM

STAFF LOUNGE & LIBRARY

EXHIBIT GALLERY

B

A

LARGE STUDIO CLASSROOM

RESEARCH OFFICE

SCULPTURE AND PRINT ARCHIVE

EXHIBIT GALLERY

SCULPTURE ARCHIVE AND UNCURATED DISPLAY

1ST FLOOR 0' - 0" ATRIUM

LARGE STUDIO CLASSROOM WOMEN

2ND FLOOR 14' - 0"

C

YOUTH STUDIO CLASSROOM ORIENTATION GALLERY

CLASSROOM/COMMUNITY MEETING ROOM

CLASSROOM/COMMUNITY MEETING ROOM

MEN

2ND FLOOR 14' - 0" YOUTH STUDIO CLASSROOM

LOBBY & RECEPTION GALLERY

WOMEN

ATRIUM

1ST FLOOR 0' - 0"

1ST FLOOR 0' - 0"

BUILDING SECTIONS

SECTION @ ATRIUM 2 BUILDING 1/8" = 1'-0"

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16’

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0’

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SECTION @ LOBBY

16’

ME

STORAGE

LOBBY & RECEPTION GALLERY

BUILDING SECTIONS MECHANICAL ROOM

STORAGE

BASEMENT -16' - 0"

MEN

BASEMENT -16' - 0"

CLAY STUDIO

BASEMENT -16' - 0"

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300 MEMORIAL BLVD., WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, CANADA

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5TH FLOOR 60' - 0"

300 MEMORIAL BLVD., WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, CANADA

ROOF LOW END 72' - 0" RESEARCH OFFICE 3

INUIT ART AND LEARNING CENTER

ROOF LOW END 72' - 0" STAFF LOUNGE AND LIBRARY

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ROOF HIGH END 78' - 0"

EXHIBIT GA

INUIT ART AND LEARNING CENTER

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WINNIPEG ART GALLERY

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WINNIPEG ART GALLERY

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ROOF HIGH END 78' - 0"

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WOMEN

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NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMIT, OR CONSTRUCTION.

NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMIT, OR CONSTRUCTION.

PHASE: FINAL

PHASE: FINAL

DATE: 12.14.2012

DATE: 12.14.2012

BUILDING SECTION 1 LONGITUDINAL 1/8" = 1'-0"

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4 A-501

ROOF HIGH END 78' - 0"

3 A-501

DOUBLE GLAZED ALUMINUM CURTAIN WALL

SUSPENDED GYPSUM BOARD CEILING

STEEL SUPPORT FIN METAL RAIN SCREEN PANEL, DARK BRONZE FINISH

2 A-501

CARPET

1 A-501

METAL RAIN SCREEN PANEL, DARK BRONZE FINISH

5TH FLOOR 60' - 0"

BUTT-JOINTED DOUBLE GLAZED ALUMINUM CURTAIN WALL

1 A-504

BRIDGE STRUCTURE BEYOND SUSPENDED WOOD CEILING METAL RAIN SCREEN PANEL, DARK BRONZE FINISH

ROUGH CUT WOOD BOARD WALL FINISH

STEEL BEAM

4 A-502

STRUCTURAL GLASS GUARD RAIL 3RD FLOOR 28' - 0"

METAL SOFFIT PANEL, DARK BRONZE FINISH

3 A-502

SUSPENDED METAL PANEL CEILING, MATCH EXTERIOR METAL

HSS FRAME

1 A-502

2 A-502

2ND FLOOR 14' - 0"

300 MEMORIAL BLVD., WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, CANADA

DIAGONAL STEEL BEAM

BRIDGE FLOOR VARIES

INUIT ART AND LEARNING CENTER

STEEL COLUMN

BRIDGE STRUCTURE BEYOND

WINNIPEG ART GALLERY

WOOD FLOORING

METAL SCREEN PANEL, 70% OPEN, COPPER FINISH

CITY SIDEWALK

3 A-503

4 A-503

STONE PAVING

WALL SECTIONS

SUPPLY AND RETURN DUCTS, REF. MECHANICAL

1ST FLOOR 0' - 0"

NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMIT, OR CONSTRUCTION. POLISHED CONCRETE FLOOR

PHASE: FINAL DATE: 12.14.2012

VOID BOXES, TYP. BASEMENT -16' - 0"

A-351

2 A-503

SECTION @ SCREEN 1 WALL 1/4" = 1'-0"

0’

2’

4’

8’

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1 A-302

STORAGE

GALLERY 4

ELECTRICAL

WOMEN

MEN

GALLERY 2

GALLERY 3

GALLERY 1

GALLERY 4

2' 2

SCULPTURE ARCHIVE AND UNCURATED DISPLAY

" 6' 0" UP

1540 SF

1

9' 0"

28' -2 "

32' -0 "

112' - 0"

GLASS VITRINE SHELVING

A-304

164 '-2 "

GLASS VITRINE SHELVING "

1' - 8"

28' -5

"

4' 6"

17' -2

"

SCULPTURE DISPLAY PEDESTAL

SCULPTURE ARCHIVE AND UNCURATED DISPLAY 1540 SF

EXHIBIT GALLERY 2270 SF

" 14' -6

32' -0 "

UP

8' 0"

PRINTS AND DRAWINGS GALLERY

13' -8

22' - 4"

16' - 0" 1

1' - 8"

CJ

16' - 0"

A-301

7' - 0"

LINE OF FLOOR ABOVE

ATRIUM

28' -2 "

13' -8

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

8' 0" 6' 8"

6' 0"

N

4' 10"

450 SF

"

4' 6"

UP

300 MEMORIAL BLVD., WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, CANADA

1 A-304

INUIT ART AND LEARNING CENTER

WINNIPEG ART GALLERY

LINE OF BRIDGE STRUCTURE ABOVE

2 A-301

UP

JAN.

ORIENTATION GALLERY 42' - 7"

1050 SF 1

NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMIT, OR CONSTRUCTION.

A-301

PHASE: FINAL DATE: 12.14.2012 28' - 6"

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FLOOR PLAN 1 THIRD 1/8" = 1'-0"

2 A-301

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4’

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The orientation gallery provides a bright, warm space at the end of the bridge, which denotes arrival in the Inuit Art Gallery and introduces the exhibit. The gallery spaces flow horizontally along the length of the building, with flexible display platforms for the small sculptures. The space subtly opens upward along the window wall, indicating a spatial connection with the exhibit gallery above.

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

THIRD LEVEL1 FLOOR PLAN 1/8" = 1'-0"

0’

4’

8’

16’

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LONGITUDINAL SECTION


Flatbed Press Studio Graduate Studio Project

The program called for a new building on an infill lot in east Austin to house Flatbed Press, a local fine art print studio. Two major goals drive the project: creating private, naturally-lit studio spaces while

YEAR:  2012  LOCATION:  Austin, Texas

responding to the scale of the site and providing public park space for

PROGRAM:  Printing studio with public galler y and studio,

the neighborhood.

professional print studios, and ar tist-in-residence quar ters

The site is located in an industrial area that is planned for redevelopment with new mixed-use developments. With the growing density and new building projects in the area, open space will become a valuable commodity. The building is set into the ground, allowing the rooftop to be a public amenity and establishing a permanent link between two streets to encourage the development of a cohesive neighborhood. The surface level pedestrian link divides the building program into a larger public building and a smaller private studio building.

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The site’s north-south orientation creates a challenge for light control in the studios. To address this, the building is organized around a series of courtyards that create north-glazing opportunities. Smaller light scoops on the south end of each space help to balance light in the space and differentiate spaces on the rooftop park.

Parking and Loading

Professional Studio

Prof. Studio

Parking and Loading

Work Room

Work Room

Work Room

Professional Studio

Prof. Studio

Drying / Storage

Prof. Studio

Public Studio

Chemical Work Area

Chem. Storage

Drying / Storage

Prof. Studio

Public Studio

Review

Dark Room Break Area

Supervisor Office Professional Studio

Apartments

Gallery

OPEN SPACE

CIRCULATION AND PROGRAM

Surface Level

SITE PLAN

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Courtyard Level

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40’

OPEN PUBLIC/PRIVATE SPACE STUDIO RELATIONSHIPS Surface Level

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Courtyard Level

Area

Chem. Storage

Dark Room

Lobby

Supervisor Office

Preparation

Professional Studio

Apartments

Drying / Storage

Chemical Work Area

Printing

PublicBreak Studio

Lobby

Work Room

Gallery

CIRCULATION AND PROGRAM

Drying / Storage

STUDIO WORK FLOW PLAN + SECTION PUBLIC/PRIVATE STUDIO RELATIONSHIPS


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Printing

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om

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SHIPS

Public Studio

Review

STUDIO WORK FLOW PLAN + SECTION

Each of the three studios has a large light well/courtyard at its north end and a skylight over the south end. Basic preparation, chemical mixing, and other wet work is performed at the south end. Printing occurs in the middle, and final work occurs on the north end in the abundant light. Private work rooms along the periphery allow individual artists to work undisturbed.


A spacious display gallery is located at the south end of the building, along the street, and adjacent to the main reception area. It is lit in a similar fashion to the studios, with north light coming from a large courtyard, balanced by a south monitor.

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JavaLamp Environmental Control Project - with Jon Handzo YEAR:  2012 ASSIGNMENT:  Design and evaluate a light f ix ture

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The Java Lamp is intended as a multi-purpose lamp suitable for applications ranging from accent lighting in a retail situation to a bedside reading lamp. Consumers and design professionals looking for a contemporary aesthetic fixture made from re-purposed household goods will find lamp to be an attractive accent. The lamp housing is made from a Bodum 12-cup French Press. Light comes from a halogen fixture recycled from a desk lamp, which has been mounted in the base of the French Press, beneath the glass, within a sheet metal base made by the design team. Warm light comes from a 20-watt halogen bulb. Switching, carried over from the original desk lamp allows, for a 50% and 100% bulb brightness, but the lamp’s most innovative feature is the manual damper action provided by the French Press plunger. By moving the plunger up and down, the user may vary the amount of light emitted, providing a fun and intuitive method for controlling light.

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Turquoise Trail Elementary

While working in the office of Garrett Smith Ltd, I was the primary intern architect for the designed remodel/addition to Turquoise Trail

Professional Project

Elementary School, which recently completed construction in Santa Fe,

YEAR:  2009-2011  LOCATION:  Santa Fe, New Mexico

NM. The project adds a 13,000 sf kindergarten and library wing and

PROGRAM:  Remodel & expansion of existing school

a 7,000 sf gymnasium, and remodels 12,000 sf of the existing building. The remodeled portions include a special education suite, administrative suite, art classroom, science classroom, and indoor/outdoor stage. My contributions include site design, schematic layouts, floor plans, exterior elevations, code analysis, building sections, detailing, presentation graphics, and construction administration. Challenges faced during this project included inserting firewalls to allow expansion of the noncompliant existing building, and developing a phasing plan for the project to allow construction activities to continue during the school year. While I worked on all aspects of the project, my involvement in the design is most pronounced in the school’s new entrance lobby and library, space planning in the remodeled administration and special education areas,

scope of work:    New construction   remodel

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and the new gymnasium building.

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entrance lobby

new classroom wing and lobby

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lobby facade and shading system


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A106 GIRLS

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G102 VESTIBULE

A108 KINDERGARTEN

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5' - 6"

4' - 1"

A111 STORAGE

A105 STORAGE

5' - 3"

A110 UNISEX RESTROOM

8' - 7"

A113 HOME ECONOMICS

A112 JANITOR

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16' - 0"

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A114 MEN

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15' - 1"

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8' - 5"

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A117 GIRLS

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G101 LOBBY

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G115 CLOSET G116 ELECTRICAL

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F130 FLEX CLASSROOM

G123 JANITOR

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G136 MEDIA CENTER 6' - 6" 1' - 6"

G118 TOILET

G113 CORRIDOR

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25' - 3" V.I.F.

A118 BOYS

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9' - 2"

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A119 PRE-KINDERGARTEN

A116 STORAGE

G124 COMPUTER

9' - 3"

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25' - 1"

G138 CORRIDOR

G134 UNISEX RESTROOM

G133 TEACHER LOUNGE

G135 LIBRARIAN OFFICE

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B102 TEACHER WORK RM

F102 BILINGUAL F104 STORAGE

20' - 0"

B107 OFFICE

9' - 10"

B126 CLOSET

B103 OFFICE

B104 SERVER

B108 OFFICE

B125 STORAGE

B114 CLOSET B115 STORAGE

17' - 5"

9' - 5"

B112 BOYS

20' - 0" B105 COMPUTER LAB

9' - 7"

B113 GIRLS

B116 1ST GRADE

B109 OFFICE

B106 READING ROOM

D102 VESTIBULE

15' - 8"

12' - 8"

2' - 8"

B101 CORRIDOR

B110 PARENT ROOM

12' - 8" G125 OFFICE

G126 CORRIDOR

B128 OT/PT

5' - 3"

B127 STORAGE

F103 STORAGE

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9' - 0"

G132 CONFERENCE

G128 CLOSET

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9' - 0" MIN. B111 GIFTED

B121 GIRLS

B129 SPED OFFICE

5' - 11"

B120 BOYS

B124 1ST GRADE

12' - 7"

B122 CLOSET

G129 TEST

7' - 0"

B119 STORAGE

12' - 2"

B117 1ST GRADE

B123 STORAGE

5"

B118 CLOSET

4'

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D E S I G

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D107 STORAGE

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D106 FREEZER

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D111 JANITOR

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6' - 2" EJ

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D114 CAN WASH

D115 STORAGE

18' - 8"

D110 DISH WASH

66' - 8"

D109 KITCHEN

74' - 0"

D104 SALAD PREP

23' - 11"

D103 STORAGE

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A R C H I T E C T U R E N. D E S I G

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12' - 6"

20’

CONTROL JOINT BEHIND PIPE

5’ 10’

8' - 4"

2

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TER

CISTERN

G

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10' - 0"

RE

11' - 0"

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No. 2318

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T./ ROOF +32'-8" A.F.F.

C

CJ

FIN. FLOOR +0'-0" A.F.F.

cafeteria and new gymnasium

CONCRETE BREEZEWAY, SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

ARCHITECT'S STAMP

4' - 0"

(E) STUCCO

20

COLOR #1

E.Q. 9' - 0"

STA

20' - 0"

CJ

20' - 0"

WALL MOUNTED LUMINARE TYP.

6' - 4"

CJ

CJ E.Q.

D1 A-403

COLOR #2

&

18' - 0"

1/8" = 1'-0"

EAST ELEVATION GYMNASIUM AND CAFETERIA C1 floor plan and elevations - remodeled 1/8" = 1'-0"

18' - 0"

ORIGINAL DRAWING IS 30 X 42

5" 8"

ED ARCH

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TURQUOISE TRAIL CHARTER SCHOOL

140'CONCRETE - 0" BREEZEWAY, SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

T./ (E) ROOF +24'-4" A.F.F.

C

1' - 6" 8' - 6"

D E V E L O P M E N T

10' - 0" TYP.

15' - 11"

SOUTH ELEVATION GYMNASIUM

WALL MOUNTED LUMINARE TYP.

17' - 0" 60' - 7"

3

CISTERN

COLOR #1

12' - 8" TYP.

22' - 6" 50' - 0"

CJ

4 10' - 0"

10' - 0"

7' - 3"

6 1/2"

EJ

TYP.

TYP.

D1 A-403

EJ

10' - 0"

10' - 0"

15' - 11"

7' - 3"

6' - 0"

CJ

B2 typ A-513

6' - 4"

E105 MECHANICAL EJ

10' - 0"

16' - 10"

10' - 0" TYP.

WALL MOUNTED LUMINAIRE, SEE ELECTRICAL 23' - 1" V.I.F. STUCCO FINISH SYSTEM

EJ

15' - 11"

12' - 6"

30'-11 1/2"

D1

6' - 1"

8' - 4"

E104 STORAGE

E103 GIRLS

5

11' - 4"

5"

20

(E) SIDEWALK (N) SIDEWALK CONCRETE SITE WALL

FIN. FLOOR +0'-0" A.F.F.

SPF VCT

12' - 6"

E102 BOYS

COLOR #2

10' - 0"

CJ

14' - 5"

12' - 6"

9' - 0"

D1 A-403

14' - 6"

E106 OFFICE

1' - 4"

21' - 5"

6' - 0"

12' - 0"

1' - 0"

R

4" GAP 12' - 5"

CONTROL JOINT BEHIND PIPE

TRANSLUCENT WALL ASSEMBLY SYSTEM

EQ

8"

2' - 0"

D

10' - 10"

5' - 4"

4

SPF VCT

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17' - 0"

B./ OPENING D102 A.F.F. +24'-0" VESTIBULE

8' - 10"

ORIGINAL DRAWING IS 30 X 42

3

E101A E107 VESTIBULE JANITOR

(N) VCT (E) VCT METAL ROOF

8' - 5"

CJ

5' - 4" 2' - 11"

39' - 9"

D116 PLATFORM 2

9' - 8"

EJ

9' - 3"

1' 0"

10' - 0"

D101 CAFETERIA

1

30°

10' - 0"

4' - 0"

33' - 6"

21' - 2"

2' - 0" 12' - 9" 1' - 3"

, SEE ELECTRICAL

9' - 0"

18' - 8"

8"

1' - 4"

68' - 8"


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Cat Playhouse Personal Project YEAR:  2010  LOCATION:  Albuquerque, New Mexico PROGRAM:  Bookshelf and playhouse for two cats Cat Playhouse is a piece of furniture I designed and built as a bookshelf and a play house for my cats. Three wood frame boxes are attached to each other and clad with 2x6 boards. Within the tower, the boxes are interconnected and allow the cats to move freely through the structure. Exits emerge at one of the shelves, on the bottom left, and in the middle. The inside is carpeted to allow scratching and holes in the front allow for play between the inside and outside. The shelves that are not directly cat-accessible are used for display and books.

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Aggregate Housing Undergraduate Studio Project YEAR:  2008  LOCATION:  Chicago, Illinois PROGRAM:  Residential tower with off ice/retail uses Aggregate Housing is a mixed-use residential/commercial/office building located along Michigan Avenue in Chicago. The narrow, constricted site led me to explore prefabrication of the 50 residential units. The prefabricated units are to be erected in courses in a permanent structural steel scaffolding system. Units are sized and configured to meet programmatic requirements for one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, as well as live/work units. The impressively flat elevation of Michigan Avenue defines the border between the city to the west and Grant Park and Lake Michigan to the east. Stacking the apartments flush with Michigan Ave allows 50 miniature reenactments of the process of aligning buildings toward the east that has defined the planar street edge and resulting uneven alley. This arrangement also provides each apartment with a coveted view toward Grant Park and Lake Michigan.

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Plan

section

Aggregate housing re-imagines the urban form. In the plan of a typical urban condition, buildings are aligned to the street and the alley is the resultant. This building applies that diagram to the section, placing each prefabricated unit flush with the primary frontage on Michigan Avenue.

prefabrication configurations

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east elevation

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one-bedroom units

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two-bedroom units

three-bedroom units

live-work units


modular floor plan

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Bay City Courthouse Annex Graduate Studio Project

The program called for a new public meeting hall and administrative annex to be located on the site of an existing courthouse. The modernstyle courthouse, built in the 1960s, sits on a plinth above a parking

YEAR:  2011  LOCATION:  Bay City, Texas

garage in the public square at the center of Bay City, Texas. My primary

PROGRAM:  Public meeting hall and administrative annex

goal was to reshape the ambiguous, vast public space surrounding the existing courthouse into a welcoming, active space. To accomplish this, the new annex building is aligned to the south edge of the site, lining the street and creating an alley between it and the existing courthouse. This alley becomes the primary pedestrian zone, creating an axis through the plaza where before there was none. Carving out the ground establishes two protected plazas of a more comfortable scale and creates direct access to the parking garage. Access to the meeting hall occurs from the upper plaza, and the south entrance to the courthouse is given new life with an entry atrium that connects the underground parking and the sunken plaza to the plinth level above.

Existing Courthouse

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Flatten

Channel

Excavate

Insert

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Section - meeting hall and courtyards

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The two courtyards break up the outdoor space into usable proportions, with the new building acting as a shading device. Both buildings are entered from the courtyard side, with the meeting hall access on the upper level and courthouse access on the lower level. A new glass volume celebrates entrance and vertical circulation in the courthouse. The underground parking also opens to the lower courtyard, improving the experience of arrival into the courthouse.

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3

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2

ground level plan

4 3

LEGEND 1 Public Meeting Hall 2 Public Lobby 3 Courthouse Atrium 4 Offices 5 Courthouse Archives

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parking level plan Meeting Hall

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Nathaniel Schneider Design Portfolio  

Master of Architecture I student Nathaniel Schneider's design portfolio, including samples of graduate, undergraduate, and professional desi...

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