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Gospel Pages Magazine is a monthly publication which needed a little redesigning when I took over as Editor-in-Chief and Graphic Designer. I created a new identity for the magazine, bringing in a color scheme and consistent content style that makes the publication stand out on the shelves. Similar to Busted Magazine, I am solely responsible for all content, writing, editing, ads design, graphics, and layout.

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ad design I have designed ads for print and for web, for a multitude of company types and purposes. From marketing brochures, to flyers, to typical ad space designs, I have done it all.

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Below: Selected Busted magazine covers. Printed on newsprint, bright pastel colors are chosen for greater detail and aesthetic quality.

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busted & 5-0 magazines A bi-weekly publication, Busted magazine features the latest mugshots and crime stories from its local readership. I was solely responsible for everything regarding the publication, from the layout, to the content, graphics, and even story writing. There was no input or assistance from others or additional editing or proofreading. The staff only included myself and the publisher. I completed over 200 full magazine issues.


Above: Feature pages from Busted Magazine. I chose the content, found or created the images, wrote the articles, and completed the graphic layout.

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comprehensive and detailed program which focuses on both the functional and physical requirements for successful design, and we maintain a free flow of communication with our clients, enabling refinement of the design process and the resultant design solution.

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The buildings designed by our firm must survive the extremes of the eastern North Carolina environment. Extensive experience for over 30 years gives our firm a unique understanding of design concerns necessary for extended durability and life in such an environment. Proper design, detailing and material selection regarding flashing, roofing, windows, and other elements of the building are essential to long term durability and low maintenance.

Burnette Architecture distinguishes itself from many other firms by the personal attention it gives its clients. We are committed to timely communications and prompt responses, as well as to the continued satisfaction of our clients. Contact us today for all of your design needs.

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comprehensive and detailed program which focuses on both the functional and physical requirements for successful design, and we maintain a free flow of communication with our clients, enabling refinement of the design process and the resultant design solution.

This brochure is one I created for Burnette Architecture. It is actually a “folder” that holds The buildings designed by our firm must survive the extremes of the eastern North various sheets architectural Carolina environment. Extensive experience explaining for over 30 years gives our the firm a unique understanding of design concerns necessary for extended durability and life The top graphic in process. such an environment. Proper design, detailingleft and material selection regardingshow the cover flashing, roofing, windows, and other elements of the building are essential to long ofdurability the packet. To the right is the term and lowbrochure maintenance. back of the packet, and the graphic to the immediate left is the inside tab that holds the pages inside the folder. To the immediate right, some of the pages I designed to go Call us today! inside the folder. 252-726-5387

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company brochures This upper and lower pictures depict a brochure that was created for Hennon Group Architects. It is a trifold, with the third folded piece cut in the shape of the curve inspired by their logo. The piece wraps around to the front of the document and creates a closure. The picture to the right is one of the pages from a full technical presentation I completed for the Department of Defense.

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marketing proposal The pages pictured are from a marketing project proposal made for Burnette Architecture. It is a series of pages that showcase project and firm experience. These are just a few of over thirty pages that were made for the submittal.

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website design The images shown here are design proposals for a website for Burnette Architecture. My web design thus far consists of architectural clients and my own design site.

ABOUT US

CONTACT

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SELECTED PROFESSIONAL WORK/ARCHITECTURE

2005-2011


brice condos [Archinova Architecture]


From top left: Waiting lounge; cafeteria; hallway water feature with glass ceiling pool and waterfall walls. Below, 3D sketch model water feature specification drawings.

doctor michel’s office [Dunn & Dalton Architects]

Above: Exterior renderings of hospital complex.

coastal carolina healthcare

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From top left: Entry hall with donar wall; Hallway/waiting area; Reception/waiting at entry; Exterior entry. Background: Rendered floor material plan.

pitt county memorial hospital [Dunn & Dalton Architects]

hillco britthaven nursing home [Dunn & Dalton Architects]

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From bottom left: Overall view of nursing home complex; resident front porch; courtyard


jacksonville fire department [Dunn & Dalton Architects]

wilco-hess gas station [Dunn & Dalton Architects]

lynncroft center [Dunn & Dalton Architects]

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blackjack original fwb church [Dunn & Dalton Architects]

unity fwb church [Dunn & Dalton Architects]

farmville presbyterian [Dunn & Dalton Architects]

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grace fellowship church [Dunn & Dalton Architects]


chef and farmer restaurant [Dunn & Dalton Architects]

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wing zone

[Dunn & Dalton Architects]

merrimack premium outlet [Dunn & Dalton Architects]

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the coves at newport

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ACADEMIC WORK

2005-2009


design foundations Conditions of the design: Create space from seemingly unrelated arrangements of predetermined shapes. Choose from these compilations a few to explore further as habitable space. Each scheme must penetrate the ground to create a datum from which all things will be measured. Explore through massing, models, collage, and drawings. On the opposite page, one of a series of schemes incorporating planes and frames to create a dynamic space without a specified program or purpose. Emphasis is placed on axial relationships and the articulation of path and terminus. Above left, massing relationships are explored through a series of models. Above right, a collage from magazine articles and books to visually express the introduction of program, discussed further on the following pages. www.irockdesigngraphics.com

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pavilion/firework Program: The scenario for this project is a fictional space where people work with fire below the ground line for an unknown purpose (subject of collage on previous page). Above the ground (datum) line is a public outdoor pavilion. There must be a way for smoke to escape from the structure without interfering with the people above the datum.

Response: The pavilion and the workroom are accessed by stairs recessed into the ground plane. While the workroom is a closed area, the pavilion is a structure that scatters and refracts light, maintaining a constant connection to the outside. An upper level balcony overlooks the lower interior space and the outdoor space simultaneously. Undulating strips form the walls and allow light to filter in, while on the ceiling sunlight penetrates layers of opaque glass of different sizes and orientations to create unique lighting conditions. The indoor space is a constant reminder of the outdoor surroundings. www.irockdesigngraphics.com

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chicago hostel

First Floor Plan

Program: The hostel was a short design project spanning only a few weeks which involved creating a hostel specifically for travelling architecture students. Located on the corner of a city block and facing the elevated train, the hostel had to include not only sleeping quarters, but also a studio space and crit areas for the visiting students.

Seventh Floor Plan

Early floor articulation, design later changed to the one on the opposing page.

Response: The concept for the hostel design incorporates the fundamentals of architecture in their most basic forms, exploring proportion, scale, and divisions through the process of crossing lines that break any rectangle into its respective parts. The resulting triangles are pushed and pulled to create interesting interior and exterior spaces. Ribbon windows articulate the vertical divisions and provide clerestory lighting on some levels, while additional ribbon windows dictated by the division system are placed in selected forms, considering function and view. Materials accentuate the extrusion of forms. An overlook above the studio space provides a view to the crit rooms as well, and a recessed ground plane invites students to congregate and filter into the building. www.irockdesigngraphics.com

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storefront facade Program: The program requirements included creating a street facade in the downtown art district of Charlotte, North Davidson (NoDa). The building would be used as a live-work situation, retail on the bottom and residence on the top. Only the facade would be designed, there would be no further interior considerations or living details. Response: Considering the artistic culture of this area and the concentration of pedestrian traffic, the facade took shape around a green wall which would bring nature into the city. The recessed entrance creates a more intimate space and the curved brick flowerbed draws people in from the street. The recession continues above the retail space, making a more private balcony for residents to relax and experience street life. The material articulation accentuates the feeling of a fold, or two planes that represent space differently. One that becomes a public sector and another that becomes more private.

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fire station Program: Located in the same art district as the street facade (previous two pages), this program involves redesigning the existing firestation on North Davidson. It must have interior storage for two fire trucks and sleeping and recreation areas for firemen. Response: Once again designing in an artistic neighborhood, it was fitting to bring in a modern style coupled with more modern materials. Two forms penetrate the building face, creating unique lighting conditions and a balcony. The plans are complete with an ample kitchen, livingroom, sleeping quarters, gym, and cookout area.

Above: Floor Plans Upper Left: Site Plan

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latta preserve Program: The project on Latta Plantation involves creating spaces for the public to explore nature, such as a a kayak rental center and outdoor gathering space, while also accomodating the Catawba Riverkeeper’s office needs. This will be the headquarters for the riverkeepers, and includes an indoor gallery for displaying works about the river.

Upper: Site Plan Middle: Interior Rendering Lower: Exterior Entry

Response: The public spaces (gallery, kayak rental, lobby) become a glass form that intersects the private space (offices, conference). The material articulation defines function, allows visitors constant views to the outside, and forms a hub at their intersection that becomes upward circulation and a unique lighting condition. An outdoor gathering space is recessed into the ground adjacent to a covered space formed by a wrapping of concrete that serves as a bench, allowing people to experience the architecture through interaction.

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davidson condos Program: Located in the historic district of Charlotte’s south end, the requirements of this project involved creating a condo building that would satisfy any homeowner, while utilizing an irregular shaped lot on the corner of Park Avenue and Camden Road. Response: Taking advantage of the southern sun, the condos each have large windows protected by unwanted rays with moveable wooden louvers. The elevation is a constantly changing lifescape where resident’s movements inluence the look of the entire building. Moveable louvers also line walkways where entrances can be made at will. Rooftop gardens give an escape from city life while embracing the breathtaking views of the area. Raised garden plots give those who enjoy gardening the opportunity to live green. A street level park space is a great retreat for people walking their dogs or looking for a place to sit and relax.

Lower Floor Plan

Upper Floor Plan

Park Avenue Elevation

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Stepped fountain and recessed recreation area

Pedestrian axis, terminated by library

Recessed recreation area and fountain bridge

Outdoor eating space across from library

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Diagrams: Vehicular Axes Pedestrian Axes Pedestrian Circulation

Massing Model: Red - Retail/Library Yellow - Residential Blue - Office Space

urban design project scaleybark TOD [Group Project with Ross Vogel]

Program: Located adjacent to a light rail stop, the site lies at the intersection of Scaleybark Road and South Boulevard in Charlotte. Design a transit oriented development with specified retail, residential, and commercial footages. Response: This concept focuses on two pedestrian axes with an interactive fountain that draws people into the site, past retail areas and various landscaped spaces. Axes were chosen in relation to the stop and existing pedestrian walkways. The site anchor is the public library, a visual and monumental structure with a form conducive to the meeting of the two axes. Two residential neighborhoods are created with privacy from the development while giving direct pedestrian access to retail.

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Above: Rendered Site Plan Below: Site Section

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light. SOUND. touch.

interactive architecture [TOGS Competition 2010 - Top 15 Winner]

Program: Design an outdoor portable pavilion space to be used as an art gallery in various locations in Houston, Texas. Response: We focused on reinventing the idea of architectural material and function by using ducting. While it redefines the concept of architecture, it also allows interaction with its visitors as the duct piping is constructed to carry sound along various pathways through the structure. Users can alter and change the path of sound by opening and closing the sound portals. It is easy to assemble as every single angle can be achieved with one angle piece (above). This is a pre-cycled, recyclable, interactive and inventive architectural installation one is not likely to forget.

Above: Interior Renderings, showing pipes used for shelving, seating, and hanging artwork. Right: Rear view Project Partner: Ross Vogel



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