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scott turner keyes
10â€? professional experience
827 whispering marsh drive.charleston.sc.29412 email@example.com scottkeyesdesign.com 843.991.5452
neil stevenson architects - charleston.sc intern architect. june 2012 - present
glenn keyes architects - charleston.sc intern architect. may 2010 - july 2010 , may 2011 - august 2011 gibson guess architects - charleston.sc intern architect. may 2009 - july 2009
patrick properties llc - charleston.sc maintenance and repair of historic properties. may 2008 - august 2008, june 2007 - august 2007 rhode construction - charleston.sc job site laborer. may 2006 - august 2006
clemson university - clemson.sc bachelor of art in architecture + minor in fine arts. eight architecture studios and three art studios. may 2012 design+build studio - clemson.sc with dan harding. june 2011 - july 2011 studio abroad - barcelona.es architecture studio with miguel roldĂĄn and studies throughout western europe with kathrin golda-pongratz. august 2010 - december 2010 fluid campus studio - new york city.ny summer architecture studio with david lee, focusing on a project with the gowanus community of brooklyn. june 2010 - august 2010
related skills design programs - autocad, archicad, powercadd, rhino, revit, sketchup, adobe illustrator, adobe photoshop, adobe in-design office programs - microsoft office, iwork computer platforms - pc, mac fine arts - sculpture, ceramics fabrication - woodworking, welding, furniture design, graphic design
aia south carolina 2010 undergraduate student award - first place in state design competition aia greater columbia 2010 scholarship - first place in studio design competition
music - guitar, drums, bass, piano boards- skate, surf, snow, wake
the.archistructure train.station anderson.sc studio.2010
.architecture + infrastructure
awards+scholarships. [first place AIASC 2010 undergraduate student award] [first place 2010 AIA greater columbia design scholarship]
Outdoor Seating Elevator
waiting Mech. Janitor’s Closet Closet
shops Book Store
floor negative one.plan
The design of the train station uses exposed structural elements along with large, exaggerated mullions to create its beauty and form. The immense presence of glass lends to the building’s theme of transparency. This transparency not only allows for natural lighting of the whole building, but it also promotes a relationship among the three floors by sharing a common glass façade and exterior space.
viento.lluvia.sol civic.center barcelona.spain studio abroad.2010
ia.sol v u l l . viento
stainless steel construction
Viento.lluvia.sol. is a project from a
semester spent in Barcelona. The project aimed to maximize the natural energy potential within a block of the 22@ district of Barcelona by harnessing the three elemental potentials of wind for natural airflow, rain for water collection, and the sun for solar energy. The pavillions of the civic center are designed to capture, collect, and re-invest natural energy back to the residents of the block and surrounding neighborhood. The pavillions provide community spaces for classrooms, exhibition halls, a cafĂŠ, and multipurpose spaces. The building systems of the pavillions use several innovations on traditional sustainable building techniques to maximize the energy potential within the entire block.
exhibition/media cafĂŠ admin reception
rain+wind+sun.energy potential existing
the.cube mild.steel clemson.sc sculpture studio.2011 process.cube
The cube is a project that focuses on a hybridization of the organic and the mechanical. The harshness of the mechanical cube is accented by the sinewy organic wire that infests the inside and begins to overtake and infuse itself with the cube.
the.cow recycled mild.steel + milk.jugs clemson.sc sculpture studio.2011
“Like many, Keyes is known to sport the milk moustache. ‘I mean, I love milk,’ that’s not the issue, he said. ‘It’s simply meant to bring to attention this “living being as product” concept and to make people stop and think, perhaps even to elicit an acknowledgment to the sacrifices these animals make to fulfill our dietary needs.’”
from “Got Milk?” by Victoria Witte office of creative services , clemson university
the.folk art.museum greenville.sc studio.2011
rooftop sculpture garden
living room up
studio kitchen living
Alluding to greenville’s prominent textile history and industry, the folk art museum draws influence from the nearby textile mills and their utilitarian and monumental aesthetic. Exposed structural elements along with raw board-form concrete and timber bring a modern interpretation to an industrial style. The folk art museum houses gallery space, along with a café, and living space for six resident artists.
charleston.city market glenn keyes.architects charleston.sc professional.2009-2011
The charleston city market rehabilitation was an extensive project that aimed to return the historic market back to its former glory. The market is now a world class establishment that is revitalizing the businesses and vendors of the area. My involvement in the project consisted of drawing public display images, which were shown to the mayor of Charleston, the Preservation Society of Charleston, and the general public through media outlets such as local newspapers and tv stations.
concrete.table + window.table scott keyes.design charleston.sc independent.2011-2012
The concrete table is a result of my fascination with board-formed concrete and its texture-mimicking abilities. I wanted to explore how the wood grain aesthetic of the board-formed concrete could complement the actual grain of the ipe wood boards that form the other half of the table. Ipe is an excellent wood for outdoor use and will turn slightly grey over time to match the concrete. The client needed a table top to cover the fire pit below during the warmer months. The design of the interlocking boards was inspired by the teeth of a key, an object which has a special significance with the clients’ last name.
The final design aims to celebrate the incredibly unique “grain” of the laminated veneer lumber beams by putting them on display through the window. The 11” height makes a perfect side table for the client’s bed on the ground.
The plant table was designed to incorporate plant life in its aesthetic of steel and wood, which offer natural tones that allow the green plants to act as a splash of c o l o r .
plant.table + wine.wrack scott keyes.design charleston.sc independent.2013 The winew r a c k c o m e s inspired from several existing designs that use the counterbalancing of weight and gravity to achieve this cantilevered physical feat. I am experimenting with several different lengths, shapes, and finishes of oak hardwood tounge-and-groove flooring with this design. This example shows a board stained with m e r l o t .
In my spare time, I enjoy designing and building furniture and other projects out of wood and steel. With the welding skills I learned in my sculpture class along with years spent in my parentsâ€™ garage honing my woodworking ability, I have begun experimenting with designs involving the materials of steel, wood, and even concrete. With my designs, I aim to create unique, custom, and unconventional furniture that is as functional as it is beautiful.
p.i.g bbq.restaurant seneca.sc studio.2011 The notorious p.i.g., a barbeque restaurant, takes its form as the roof line adopts and carries the downward slope of the existing berm on the site. Maintaining the horizontality of the site and surrounding landscape in elevation, the restaurant then sets itself up to focus on the passing trains to the east. While the southern faĂ§ades are more opaque to block the sunâ€™s most intense rays, the northern faĂ§ades are primarily glass to promote a theme of transparency and connection with the outdoors, most notably with views of the trains. The primary materials are board-form concrete, wooden slats, glass, a patinated copper roof, and exposed black steel I-beams for structural support. These materials provide a natural aesthetic that lends itself to the raw, rustic feel of traditional barbeque restaurants.
kitchen + pit
kitchen + pit
drive through interior.section
the.manhattan airport.of the future new york city.nyc studio.2089
platform x 14 waiting + elevators
in collaboration with bradley phillips
restaurant.level one pier
first.floor - baggage drop + 7 story hotel third.floor - waiting + hotel + second.floor - security fourth.floor shops + bar floor.plans
The airport of the future is a vertical airport situated in Battery Park of Manhattan, New York City. The airport accomodates hovering passenger aircraft such as flying saucers, helicopters, and hoverplanes. The hovering aircraft perch themselves onto the platforms of the vertical spire and unload their passengers, who then use elevators to descend to the restaurants, shops, hotel, park level, or integrated subway system. This airport, The Manhattan, has a ground footprint that is 1/115th the size of the Hartsfield-Jackson airport in Atlanta. The vertical airport is a sustainable and responsible concept as it eliminates the need for space-intensive runways, and therefore saves valuable land resources and environments. The Manhattan becomes part of the park as its major program is lifted on piloti to keep the park space intact and create a new covered public space below. The vertical airport is ideal for metropolitan areas with its minimal footprint and direct access to existing subway systems.
mechanical platform x14 passenger elevators sky bar air traffic control
restaurant express elevator
waiting level two waiting level one taproot foundation SOUTHÂ ELEVATION NORTHÂ ELEVATION
the.tree of art functional.sculpture clemson.sc sculpture studio.2012 [in collaboration with fine arts majors chipper mccall and gracie smith]
This structure aims to combine the aspects of a classroom and a piece of art, to create a gathering space for students and professors to rest, sketch, eat lunch, and even have meetings and classes. Its form combines the organic, natural movements of the performing arts, the rigid strength of the structural arts, and the aesthetic beauty of the plastic arts. By creating a center for community and learning, it draws diverse minds together, and will contribute to the continued growth and development of these programs.
the.pedestal design.build clemson.sc summer studio.2011
The pedestal was a project from a design+build summer studio in which our small team designed and produced pedestals for displaying models during our schoolâ€™s NAAB accredidation visit. The pedestals were later used in the art gallery and throughout the school for a variety of display purposes. The simple, minimal, yet versatile design uses only 14 feet of angle iron and can be arranged in many positions for different display purposes. The pedestal can be positioned upright for display, horizontal for display, or upside down as a vertical file for architectural drawings.
This drawing is the exclusive property of the architect and may not be used or reproduced in whole or in part without the written consent of the archtiect. W H E N T
sky.view rebar + angle iron + yarn clemson.sc sculpture studio.2012
WENTWORTH My main goal with this project was to create a space within a space that isolates its inhabitants, focusing their attention upwards, framing a view of the sky. The structure and walls of the piece provide a serene, chapel-like space that focuses its worship on nature, specifically the sun and sky. The form is distorted to play with the perception of the audience, interacting with them as they walk in and around the structure; experiencing its shadows, movement, colors, and precariousKING ST ELEVA ness. The juxtaposition of the powerful steel with the over-3000 yards of delicate yarn also offers an interesting contradiction, with the steel distorting under the tension of the yarn. 1 A00.2
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270.king street neil stevenson.architects charleston.sc professional.2013
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270 KING ST CHARLESTON, SC 29401
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270 KING STREET
T h i s d r a w i n g i s t h e e x c l u s i v e p r o p e r t y o f t h e a r c h i t e c t a n d m a y n o t b e u s e d o r r e p r o d u c e d i n w h o l e o r i n p a r t w i t h o u t t h e w r i t t e n c o n s e n t o f t h e a r c h t i e c t . W H E N T H I S D R A W I N G I S P R I N T E D A T A N 1 1 " X 1 7 " F O R M A T - t h e s c a l e o f t h e d r a w i n g s a r e a t 1 /2 o f t h e n o t e d s c a l e .
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270 King Street is an old Masonic Temple that currently sits abandoned on its upper floors in a prominent and historic district of Charleston. The firm I currently work for, Neil Stevenson Architects, is renovating the ground and upper floors, restoring the building to its historic condtion with 15ft lancet windows and prominent storefront bays. So far, my involvement has consisted of measuring and drawing the existing building, A00.2then developing elevations and renderings of the proposed design for the client to use in marketing the building to potential investors, retailers, and residents. I have also been responsible for all drawing sets pertaining to submittals to the notoriously stringent Charleston Board of Architetural Review . S U B M I T T A L I N F O
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