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practical experience a collection of architecture studio work by ryan solomon hardy


the southern element museum the museum of art bazr kiosk home @112 habitat for humanity furniture design sculpture work experience


the southern element museum graduate school


the southern element museum is a cultural museum of the deep south. complete with a seemingly random set of artifacts, the client wants them displayed in a way that tells a story while allowing the visitor to experience the entire site and eventually the arkansas river. the site has been manipulated to feel natural as the visitor has free roam throughout it’s extents.


standing seam roof

top gusset plate connection

UP

operating amphitheater screen system

UP

custom triangulated screen system 3 A104

10.5 x 38.75" wooden structural member

wood floor on cast in place concrete

galvanized "r" panel

UP

mid gusset plate connection

typ. storefront head

1

1/32" Level 1 1/32" = 1'-0"

typ. storefront mullion

custom door base gusset plate connection door hardware modern concrete plinth DN

green surfacing

DN

5 " gyp board 8 on 2x6 light gauge framing

3 A104

retaining wall

3 " 4

structural rebar DN

BELOW AMPHITHEATER DN UP

shaft retaining wall base

1

1/32" Level 2 1/32" = 1'-0"


the museum of art 2nd year project


the museum of art is a small museum designed for just 4 pieces of art. the art ranges in size from a few inches wide and tall to over 12 feet wide and 8 feet tall. the design of the museum is based off of the angles of the site extents. the overlapping of spaces creates the transitional spaces.

2

2

A103

A103

UP

1

1

A103

A103 DN

1 Level 2 NTS

1

Level 1 NTS


bazr kiosk 3rd year project

BLAKE AARON ALEX CHAPMAN ZAC CULPEPPER RYAN HARDY


THE BAZR KISOK WAS DESIGNED AS A DESIGN BUILD PROJECT TO BE LOCATED IN HUCKLEBERRY TRAILS PARK IN RUSTON, LOUISIANA. IT WAS INSPIRED BY THE LUSH VEGETATION OF THE PARK. COMPLETE WITH A BENCH AND SIGNAGE, IT WOULD HELP VISITORS NAVIGATE THE PARK’S TRAILS AS WELL AS LEARN ABOUT THE PARK AND IT’S HABITAT. ROOF PANEL TREE TOP INSPIRED

PARK SIGNAGE

SITTING BENCH

WASTE BASKET


home at 112 4th year project

AWARDED THE 2011 LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY SOA PROJECT OF THE YEAR

RYAN HARDY TRACI WILLIAMS


UP

UP

FLOOR PLAN A

WATER FILTER DIAGRAM

building diagram

building section

THE CONCEPT IS BUILDING AS BOTH FILTER FOR PEOPLE AND FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS. A FILTER OF PUBLIC SPACES SEPERATES THE PEDESTRIANS ON THE STREET FROM RESIDENTS AND THEIR SPACES. WHILE THE TRANSVERSE FILTER OF THE LAYERED MATERIAL OPACITIES ALLOWS FOR WIND AND LIGHT TO PASS WHEN NEEDED AND BLOCKS IT WHEN ITS NOT. THIS CAN BE DIRECTLYCONTROLLED BY THE RESIDENTS USING OPERABLE WOODEN SLAT SHADES SPECIFIC TO EACH UNIT. THUS PASSIVELY COOLING EACH UNIT AND PROVIDIDNG A KINETIC QUALITY TO THE SOUTHERN FACADE OF THE BUILDING.


habitech 11 4th year design+build


the mission of the habitech program is to provide a new home for a deserving low income family while allowing the students of the architecture program to gain real world experience. the family that is chosen must contribute a certain amount of “sweat equity� hours before being eligible to move in. the students are essentially a design build architecture firm for the next 6 months of school. the home is designed from thanksgiving until january, and once all the permits are pulled and the documents are complete, the construction begins. the construction phase of the project is done mostly by the students while maintaining a strict completion schedule by the day of graduation [may 18th]. our group was under the supervision of faculty chair kevin stevens.

project team: alex chapman, brendan cooper, ryan hardy, blake aaron, brian o’leary, jacqualyne cooper, traci williams


Private

Public

(E) RESIDENCE 121 CALVIN STREET

(E) UTILITY POLE (E) CURB & GUTTER

N

98'

.5 '

P

E

8'-0"

LINE OF ROOF OVERHANG

5'-0"

98

'

POWER LINE

99

'

10

100

'

.5

99

100

.5'

1'

B.R.L.

100.5'

U

E

PLAN SHIFT DIAGRAM

LINE OF ROOF OVERHANG

A

29'-6"

V

B.R.L.

ENTRY DECK W/ TRELLACE ABOVE

T.O.SLAB = 100.75'

B.R.L.

5'-0"

+/- 37'-0" V.I.F. 37'-0"

CONCRETE OR ASPHALT DRIVE APRON

' 98

5'-0"

98.5 '

99'

99.5'

10

0'

100.5'

' 1 10

5' 100.

B.R.L.

N

(E) WATER METER

WV

I

DECK

(E) RESIDENCE 117 CALVIN STREET

SITE PLAN 1/8" = 1'-0"

0

2'

4'

8'

16'

C

1

A

L

NOTE: FRONT BUILDING RESTRICTION LINE DETERMINED BY ALIGNMENT W/ ADJACENT RESIDENCE PER RUSTON PLANNING AND ZONING

V

PROJECT BENCHMARK: SLASH MARK ON (E) FENCE POST


DOOR SCHEDULE

WINDOW SCHEDULE NOTES

SYMBOL

SIZE

3'-8" X 6'-0"

SET OF 2 SINGLE HUNG

A

3'-0" X 6'-8"

MATERIAL

NOTES EXTERIOR

STEEL

2

2'-0" X 5'-0"

SINGLE HUNG

B

2'-8" X 6'-8"

INTERIOR

SOLID CORE

3

2'-0" X 6'-0"

SINGLE HUNG

C

4'-0" X 6'-8"

SLIDING (CLOSET)

SOLID CORE

4

3'-0" X 5'-0"

EGRESS SINGLE HUNG

D

2'-0" X 6'-8"

SET OF 2 ONE VENTED

SOLID CORE

5

2'-0" X 1'-8"

SLIDING, TEMPERED @ SHOWER

E

6'-0" X 6'-8"

FRENCH FULL-LITE

STEEL

6

1'-0" X 6'-0"

PICTURE TRANSOM

A

B

D

C

E

2 A10

2

1

A9

A10

62'-10 1/2"

56'-0" 10'-1 1/2"

8'-11 1/2"

6'-0" 3'-3"

1'-8"

6'-10 1/2"

6'-9 1/2"

6'-0"

3'-6 1/2"

9'-2"

8'-11 1/2"

2'-9"

2'-0"

1'-11 1/2" 1'-8"

LINE OF ROOF OVERHANG 5

5

2

4

4

3"

4

12'-0"

C

C

B

B A

DORMER WITH SKYLIGHT ABOVE

CONCRETE (STAIN 2)

4

29'-6"

2'-3"

29'-6"

CONCRETE (STAIN 2)

B

B

WOOD

4

B

CONCRETE (STAIN 2)

CONCRETE (STAIN 2)

B WOOD

WOOD

WOOD

2

3 A9

15'-6"

C

ENTRY DECK W/ TRELLIS ABOVE 2

D

2x6

4

2x6

16'-0"

A9

8'-0"

WINDOW AND DOOR CENTER LINE

C

4

2'-3 1/2"

4

LINE OF ROOF OVERHANG 8'-0 1/2"

2

ABOVE

14'-0"

4'-3 1/2" 13'-6"

1 E

7'-0"

DECK

3

3

1

2'-0"

1

SIZE

3'-6"

SYMBOL

GENERAL NOTES: - ALL EXTERIOR WALL 2x6 FRAMING @ 16" O.C. U.N.O. - ALL INTERIOR WALL 2x4 FRAMING @ 16" O.C. U.N.O. - SEE A6 FOR FRAMING PLAN AND DETAILS - SEE A8 FOR MEP

LINE OF ROOF OVERHANG SEE 2/A10 2'-0"

8'-0"

4'-0"

8'-0"

8'-0"

14'-1 1/2"

11'-0"

36'-0"

62'-10 1/2"

2

1

1

A10

A9

A10

FLOOR PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

2'-0"

6'-0"

26'-10 1/2"

1

8'-0"

8'-0"

0

1'

2'

4'

8'

10'-10 1/2"


12

TOP OF PLATE EL=17'-9 3/8"

6 TOP OF PLATE EL=15'-10 1/2"

12 12 6

3 TOP OF PLATE EL=12'-4 5/8"

BOTTOM OF HEADER EL=8'-0"

HARDIE LAP SIDING

HARDIE PANEL SIDING HARDIE LAP SIDING

TOP OF SLAB EL=0'-0"

TOP OF SLAB EL=0'-0"

NORTH ELEVATION

4

HARDIE PANEL SIDING

3

1/4"=1'

SOUTH ELEVATION 1/4"=1'

1

2

A10

A10

21"x 54" SKYLIGHTS

TOP OF PLATE EL=15'-10 1/2"

ASPHALT SHINGLES

TOP OF PLATE EL=8'-1-1/8" BOTTOM OF HEADER EL=6'-8"

HARDIE PANEL SIDING

HARDIE LAP SIDING

TOP OF SLAB EL=0'-0"

2

EAST ELEVATION 1/4"=1'

2

1

A10

A10

ASPHALT SHINGLES

TOP OF PLATE EL=12'-4 5/8" HARDIE LAP SIDING

BOTTOM OF HEADER EL=8'-0"

HARDIE PANEL SIDING

TOP OF SLAB EL=0'-0"

1

WEST ELEVATION 1/4"=1'


F C

A11

A11

12 3

E

TOP OF PLATE

12

EL=15'-1 1/2"

TOP OF PLATE

6

A11

12

EL=15'-5 1/2"

12 6

6 11' 2-1/4" spray foam insulation

3

spray foam insulation

12

B A11

8' 1-1/8"

8' 1-1/8"

A A11

D

2'-0"

A11 0'-0"

2

SECTION THROUGH BEDROOM 3/8" = 1'-0"

0'-0"

1

SECTION THROUGH LIVING 3/8" = 1'-0"


kitchen island for the habitat for humanity home


coffee table


the conforming table [coffee table made of traditional joinery]


ladderback sculptural chair


rollup sculptural door


sam houston high school fieldhouse work experience


WALL SECTIONS FOR SAM HOUSTON HIGH SCHOOL FIELDHOUSE


ryan solomon hardy 102 oaklawn dr. sulphur la, 70663 337.513.1493 rsolomonhardy@gmail.com



Ryan hardy 2013 extended portfolio [low resolution]