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Studio Portfolio

Scott F. Garvey • (214) 335-9199 • 580 Sheldon Road, Argyle TX, 76226 Education

Bachelor of Architecture • Oklahoma State University • Stillwater, OK


President’s honor roll | • Spring 2015 Dean’s honor roll | Scholarships |


• Spring 2014 • Spring 2016 • Fall 2017 • Tesone scholarship ($1000) • OSU Nonresident Achievement

Software |

• Autocad • Rhinoceros 5 • Revit • Adobe Creative Suite • Microsoft Office

Hand |

• Sketching/Drawing • Drafting • Lasercutter • Model Building


• 2016 summer internship at Wright Group Architects+Planners, P.L.L.C.

Special Skills and Interests

• Singer/songwriter • Strong interpersonal skills • Athletics • Fly-fishing and the outdoors • Golf


• Suzanne Bilbeisi, AIA | head of the OSU SoA • • (405) 744-6043 • John Womack, RA | professor emeritus • • Todd Leverett | project manager @ Wright Group • • (214) 717-0307

Contents • A rest stop for Altus, OK.

• A multi arts center for the Paseo Arts District in OKC.

• A “Shakespearean Theater” developed through construction document phase.

• A Group project for a mixed-use development in Chicago followed by work from a summer internship and my artwork.

Hand Drafted Projects pp. 1-2

Comprehensive Studio pp. 3-10

Urban Studio, Internship, & Artwork pp. 11-38

1 2nd Year Fall Semester

Rest Stop A Rest Stop for Altus, OK. Altus is home to a U.S. Airforce base, which is why I intended the building to represent a fighter plane. The project was drafted and rendered in ink and graphite. This project was one of a few that was chosen to be archived by the professors.

Multi Arts Center A Multi Arts Center for the Paseo District in OKC, OK. This was the final project before professional school. The project was drafted in ink and rendered in graphite and pastel. In addition to the ‘Rest Stop’ project, this project was also chosen to be archived.

2 2nd Year Spring Semester

3 Exterior

Shakespearean Theater Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park (OSP) is in need of expanding into a new theater and the group is looking to bring more Oklahomans to the artsy Paseo District in OKC. Located at the interstecion of Paseo Dr. and N. Walker, the curving curtainwall system allows people to see the hustle and bustle in the lobby before the show. One will see patrons entering the building from the north elevation along Paseo Dr. and patrons entering the theater from the east elevation along N. Walker.

Revit rendering of exterior.

Shakespearean Theater

4 North Elevation: Paseo Dr.

Common Brick Perforated Aluminum Paneling Perforated Aluminum Paneling 1� Glass Curtainwall System Digital Marquee & Awning

East Elevation: N. Walker St. Common Brick Perforated Aluminum Paneling 1� Glass Curtainwall System Common Brick

Elevations from Revit.


Shakespearean Theater


Axonometric from Revit

Shakespearean Theater

6 1st Floor Overall

7 Lobby Space

Shakespearean Theater The exterior of the lobby space features a curving curtainwall system with an undulating perforated aluminum panel system that hugs the exterior. The paneling is intended to prevent unecessary solar heat gain as well as provide interesting and eye catching lighting effects on the exterior in the evening during shows.

Revit rendering of Lobby.

Bay model from Revit

Parti Diagram

Shakespearean Theater After consulting the studio engineering professor it was decided that the paneling would be held in place by custom kicker connections provided by tubelite running up the mullions. The top of the paneling would be welded to protruding WTshapes that are stabilized by steel angles running from steel beams along the perimeter and into the open web roof joists.

8 Lobby Space CD’s

9 Theater

Shakespearean Theater All of the spaces partrons may access, namely the theater and the lobby, use exposed industrial materials.

Revit rendering of the theater space.

Shakespearean Theater The space provides 350 seats in an intimate setting in which the furthest seat is about 49 feet from the proscenium.

Section of theater using CAD and Revit.

10 Theater Section

11 Site Plan

Urban Studio Project: ‘Link’ A group project to repurpose the abandoned Old Post Office in Chicago into a mixed-use development.

Group Members: Evelyn Junco Mavis Ma Nick Newell Scott Garvey

Site plan rendering by team member Mavis Ma.

Urban Studio Project: ‘Link’ The group adopted the name ‘Link’ for the development because the location links Union Station and the west loop to downtown, especially on a pedestiran scale. In addition, the development activates a lengthy stretch of riverfront on the west side of the Chicago River. The organizational element that protrudes from the hotel, west elevation, and office space on the east elevation is another reasoning for the choice of the word ‘Link’. (L): view from union station to the site. (M): Photo from Old Post Office to Union station (R): Development in context

Diagram by Mavis

12 Linking the Context

13 West Elevation

Urban Studio Project: ‘Link’ The west, north, and south elevations were largely preserved since the Old Post Office is on the national register of historic places and it is requested that original character defining elements be preserved.

Elevation rendering by team member Mavis Ma.

Urban Studio Project: ‘Link’ The eastern facade was removed since it had lost aesthetic appeal and the mass of the Old Post Office was cut into to provide plaza space, an active riverfront, and additions to the existing structure to blend the old with contemporary design.

Elevation rendering by team member Mavis Ma.

14 East Elevation

15 First Floor Zoning

Urban Studio Project: ‘Link’ This first level floor plan of the develoment. The corners and the existing elevator cores serve the office space while the majority of the first three floors serve as retail space. All floors beyond the third floor serve solely as office space. Elevated above the north side of the Old Post Office is the Hotel. The residential tower remains separate from the primary development. Retail Office Hotel Plaza Residential

Urban Studio Project: ‘Link’ The section shows the division of space in the existing Old Post Office building as well as the floating hotel structure. The extruding horizontal white strip provides circulation and break space for four office floors.

Section and rendering by Mavis Ma

16 Longitudinal Section

17 Hotel Plans

Urban Studio Project: ‘Link’

Urban Studio Project: ‘Link’

18 Residential Plans

Plans by Evelyn and Scott

19 Retail Space and Atrium

Urban Studio Project: ‘Link’ The rendering showcases the structural elements rising out of the retail space atrium to support the hotel mass above. All plaza space has direct access into retail area.

1st Floor Plan

2nd Floor Plan

Atrium rendering by team member Mavis Ma.

3rd Floor Plan

Urban Studio Project: ‘Link’ The third floor plaza featuring the crossing structural elements that rise from the retail atrium and support the floating hotel mass is the primary focus that made our project unique. Not only do the strutural elements support the hotel in a creative way, but they force the passerby to look up into the sky and the transparent interior of the hotel framed by the square donut floating structure. The orange area in the 3rd floor plan demarcates the civic space illustrated by the plaza rendering. Mavis: Renderings, Diagrams, Presentation, Photos. Evelyn: Technical Drawings and Model Building. Nick: Cut Files and Model Building, Photos. Scott: Technical Drawings and Context Model Team

Photo by Nick Newell

Plaza rendering by Mavis Ma.

3rd Floor Plan

20 Focus Space and Plaza

21 Cover Sheet

Summer Internship: Church Addition While interning at Wright Group Architects + Planners P.L.L.C. during the summer of 2016, I was assisting the team with various projects and drawings at various times. The Rejoice Lutheran Church project was the first project I assisted the Wright Group team with. This remodel and addition code classification is Type A occupancy and Type II-B construction.

Summer Internship: Church Addition I was instructed to correct red-lines, compare the door schedule with the plans and elevations, check the window tags, and check the sheet/drawing references on the section and detail flags.

22 Site Plan

23 1st Floor Plan

Summer Internship: Church Addition I cross-referenced the plans, elevations, sections, and details while making corrections.

Summer Internship: Church Addition The enlarged restroom plans and the corresponding interior elevations used in the Rejoice Lutheran Church addition were similar to that of restroom drawings I assisted with, detailed, and dimensioned on other projects.

24 Enlarged R.R. & Interior Elev.

25 Elevations

Summer Internship: Church Addition Building section flags had to point in the correct direction as indicated on the plans. All flags had to have the correct drawing and page reference number.

Summer Internship: Church Addition Detail flags, wall section flags, section tags, and elevation tags must be cooridanted throughout the set of documents.

26 Roof Plan

27 Verification of AsBuilt Conditions

Summer Internship: Office Expansion The Dallas office of Outfront Media was considering expanding office space into the warehouse of their facility. Pages 27-36 consist of schematic drawings with marks, notes, and measurments, as well as the final drawings. To start the project and learning experience, a draftsman instructed me about his method of surveying existing building conditions. We took photos and measurements of the warehouse area that the office expansion would occupy. (L): Original Plan. (R): Measurements and notes on existing conditions

Summer Internship: Office Expansion After further collaboration with the GM and his immediate superior, it was decided that the exisitng conference room would be divided into two separate offices and a new conference room would occupy the new addition. We returned to the office and took measurements of the existing conference room and its adjacent spaces. (L): Measurements of expansion area. (R): Measurements of existing conference room and adjacent areas.

28 Verification of AsBuilt Conditions

29 Code Req. and Initial Planning

Summer Internship: Office Expansion The project called for a maximum of 20 people to occupy the addition. The IBC 2012 would require Group B occupancy, 100 sq ft per person which totated 2000 sq ft, and Type II-B construction. In addition, there had to be sufficient depth remaining in the expansion area of the garage to park the company’s 39 foot truck used for hauling advertising materials.

Summer Internship: Office Expansion The expansion did not require a sprinkler system since there were multiple exits that required less than 200ft of travel.

30 Code Req. and Initial Planning

31 Schematic Floor Plan

Summer Internship: Office Expansion (L): (Green marks are instructions. red marks can be ignored). The existing confrence room would be converted into two offices and moved to the new addition. An existing office would be demoed to provide more square footage for the restrooms. A wall would serve as a visual break between the work area and the restrooms. (R): Shows changes made from the left image and instruction on where to place the millwork in the breakroom (in red).

Summer Internship: Office Expansion

32 Final Floor Plan

33 Enlarged Plans and Details

Summer Internship: Office Expansion

Summer Internship: Office Expansion

34 Int. Elevations & Millwork Sections

35 Schematic RCP

Summer Internship: Office Expansion The addition would use a 2’x4’ ACT system. Furdowns would be intstalled at the openings of the wall that serves as a visual break between the restrooms and work area.

Summer Internship: Office Expansion Ceiling heights would match the existing office at 9’, and furdowns would protrude down 6� from the ceiling height. Exit signs lead occupants to the east corridor and south through the existing warehouse. The breakroom also provides an exit.

36 Final RCP





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Scott Garvey's Architectural Portfolio  

This portfolio contains a sample of work used to achieve my Bachelor of Architecture from Oklahoma State University. The document also incl...

Scott Garvey's Architectural Portfolio  

This portfolio contains a sample of work used to achieve my Bachelor of Architecture from Oklahoma State University. The document also incl...