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ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN Selected Portfolio

SCOTT TURNER www.issu.com/scottmft


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Table of Contents RESUME

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School Projects 3A-LARGE URBAN BUILDING

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2B-PRODUCTIVE LANDSCAPES/HYBRID TYPOLOGIES

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OISTAT THEATRE COMPETITION-”VEILING NEBULA”

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2A-GALT HOTEL

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1B-RIVERSIDE HOUSING

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1A-MUSIC HOUSE

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Co-Op Work Projects TERM 3-SHOALTS AND ZABACK ARCHITECTS

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TERM 2-JAMES FRYETT ARCHITECTS

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TERM 1-TANGENT DESIGN + BUILD

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RESUME

SCOTT TURNER

WORK EXPERIENCE ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANT – SHOALTS AND ZABACK ARCHITECTS (2010) • Frontenac County Children’s Aid Society Offices-construction documentation, extensive modeling and design and detailing of atrium staircase and reception desk • Grenville Mutual Insurance-schematic design, multiple program configuration iterations, massing and design modeling • Kingston Yacht Club-preliminary study for renovation including building documentation and as-built drawings and models • CFB Kingston-construction documents for renovations ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANT – JAMES FRYETT ARCHITECT (2010) • worked on teams creating construction documents for a hockey area, low-rise condominium developments and single-family homes • created working drawings (plans, sections, elevations and details) in AutoCAD • created BIM-rich digital models in Revit • edited specifications • measured and documented log cabin for preservation project RENOVATOR/DESIGNER – TANGENT DESIGN + BUILD (2010) • worked on small-scale residential renovation projects with duties that included: • framing carpentry • flooring installation (hardwood, ceramic tile) • installation of new electrical wiring • installation of new plumbing line • drywalling and painting • designed a small laneway house (unbuilt) for a renovation client PARTNER – BEN WICKS PUB (LEFT DOOR RESTAURANT) (2005-2008) OWNER – THE TOWN GRILL (1997-2007) MANAGER – Forkchops Noodle House, Saporito Bakery Café MANAGEMENT SUMMARY: • Manage day-to-day operations of popular 100 seat pub generating $1.4 M total annual sales • Recruit, supervise, train and schedule a team of chef, cooks, servers, kitchen staff and maintenance crew • Order food, beverages and dry goods • Plan menus and wine list; give wine appreciation seminars to staff • Implement computer and cost control systems • Formulate marketing and operational strategies • Generate daily operational reports with objective to increase business profitability

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15 Gordon Street, Cambridge, ON N1S 2G3 (519) 620-3759 (home) (519) 716-2304 (cell) scottmft@bell.net OVERVIEW: I am pursuing a career in architecture following a 20 year enteprenurial and management career in the restaurant industry.

EDUCATION / SKILLS • University of Waterloo, Architecture - 2008-2013 currently in 3B Level • Ryerson University, Architecture – 2005-2006 -

Architectural Technology

• University of Toronto – 1991-1994 – Urban Geography and Architectural

History

COMPUTER SKILLS: • AutoCAD • Adobe CS5 (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator) • Revit • Form Z • Rhinoceros 3D • Sketchup • MS Office (Word, Excel, Front Page) BUILDING / RENOVATION SKILLS: • basic framing carpentry • basic electrical • flooring installation (hardwood, ceramic tile) • drywall


DESIGN STUDIO 3A

THE AUTODESK HUB

LARGE URBAN BUILDING

2

11 mechanical

10 9 live/work lofts

8 7 6 5 rentable o ce

4

3

spadina avenue

dedicated o ce

gallery

2

cafe retail

1

performance space restaurant

-1

college street

mechanical parking

-2

site plan

site context

restaurant storage

sectional perspective through building

program distribution

The Autodesk Hub combines generous public program areas with traditionally insular typologies

sound

green room loading/ garbage

box o ce

retail

performance hall retracted)

production

live/work lofts lobby

gallery storage

lighting

stage performance hall

admin lobby bar

admin admin

cafe

restaurant

main gallery admin gallery bar/lounge

retail

patio

main level

second level

sectional isometric through atrium

atrium perspective


DESIGN STUDIO 3A

WORK

LARGE URBAN BUILDING

LIVE office

The floorplates of the office spaces and the live/work residences above them recede with each successive level, creating generous shared terraces behind porous geometric screens that allow views and light but create an experiential filter.

terrace

seventh level - rentable offices

office

storage/ utility lounge

tenth level - live/work lofts

perspective-private office

computer room

terrace

reading room

storage/ utility lounge

sixth level - rentable offices

ninth level - live/work lofts terrace

family room

fifth level - rentable offices storage/ utility

isometric perspective through office floors

interior perspective - live/work lofts

lounge

terrace

terrace

eighth level - live/work lofts fourth level - rentable offices mechanical

file room

meeting room-s

sprinkler

meeting room-s meeting room-m

utility

reception kitchen

library terrace

board room printer/fax

meeting room-m

library extension/ meeting room-L

third level - autodesk offices

perspective-office terrace

elevation-south

eleventh level - mechanical

electrical

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DESIGN STUDIO 2B PRODUCTIVE LANDSCAPES/HYBRID TYPOLOGIES

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Fish City is an urban experience predicated on

efficiency, conservation, and the cultivation of symbiotic relationships. Its goal is to provide locally grown sustainable fish and produce within a medium density urban environment where one can live, work, shop and enjoy cultural and recreational amenities within walking (or boating) distance of home or office.

CLOSED SYSTEM RECIRCULATING AQUAPONICS

Q

6 m3

N

15 m3

Fish are initially stocked as fingerlings in the Q tank, screened for diseases after 35 days and moved into the N tank. Q and N tanks each have their own water filtration system.

G1

60 m3

G2

60 m3

G3

60 m3

3. plants remove and are nourished by nitrates in the water

G4

60 m3

2. beneficial bacteria converts ammonia and nitrites into nitrates

Fish are moved from the N tank into the G1 tank after another 35 days. Fish spend 35 days in each of the G tanks for a total of 210 days from fingerling to market.

4. clean water drains from the grow beds into the sump

1. pump removes solid waste and cycles water to vegetable tanks 6. clean water is recirculated back into the fish tanks

5. water is tested on a regular basis and chelated iron is added to water monthly

Each aquaponics facility has fourteen (14) flow-through tank chains.

The system could produce a harvest every fifteen days. Intensive tilapia farming can yield 103 kg of fish per cubic metre of water per year. Each tank chain holds 261 m3 of water, for a total of 3654 m3 of water.

Each aquaponics facility could produce 376 362 kg of fish per year. Each sector of the site has three aquaponics facilities.

Each sector could produce 1 129 086 kg of fish per year.

plan-typical floor-aquaponic vegetable farm

The entire site has eight sectors.

The site could produce 9 032 688 kg of fish per year. 36 300 000 kg of fish are consumed in the GTA each year.

FISH CITY COULD PRODUCE 24.88% OF THE FISH THAT THE GTA EATS.

G4

G3

G2

G1

G4

G3

G2

G1

G4

G3

G2

G1

G4

G3

G2

G1

G4

G3

G2

G1

Q N

Q N

G4

G3

G2

G1

G4

G3

G2

G1

Q

Q

N

N

Q

Q

N

N

Q

Q

N

Q N

Q N

N

G4

G3

G2

G1

G4

G3

G2

G1

Q

Q

N

N

Q

Q

N

N

G1

G2

G3

G4

G1

G2

G3

G4

G1

G2

G3

G4

G1

G2

G3

G4

G1

G2

G3

G4

plan-lower level-aquaponic fish farm


DESIGN STUDIO 2B PRODUCTIVE LANDSCAPES/HYBRID TYPOLOGIES

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

GTA & GREENBELT CONTEXT

MASTERPLAN

BRAMPTON / TORONTO CONTEXT

SITE AND LOT CONTEXT

LOT AND PARCEL PLAN

SECTOR ISOMETRIC

PROGRAM AND CIRCULATION ISOMETRIC DIAGRAM

SITE PLAN

PROGRAM

parking garage

office/ professional

theatre

restaurant and bar

public swimming pool

boutique retail aquaponics

food market

CIRCULATION automobile pedestrian

water


DESIGN STUDIO 2B PRODUCTIVE LANDSCAPES/HYBRID TYPOLOGIES

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A

A

grass-lawn

planters-wildflowers

wetland plants (bio-swale)

wild grasses

a

water

b

mechanical

costume store

side stage bathrooms

staff changeroom

staff changeroom

bathrooms

green room

costume production hair and make-up

coat check

sound booth

open above

set store stage

storage

public pool

retail

retail

retail

retail

retail

retail

retail

dressing room

retail

dressing room

men's changeroom lower lobby bar

carpentry shop

props production

props store

ensemble dressing room

ensemble dressing room side stage family changeroom

B

B women's changeroom

a

plan-lower

b

A

A

a

b

mechanical

office

office

office

office

office

office

office

office

office

office

office

office

office

office

office

office

office

office

office

WC farmers' market WC

theatre below-mechanical

kitchen

main lobby

public pool

retail

retail

retail

retail

retail

men's changeroom

theatre-offices and rehearsal hall

restaurant

family changeroom

B

B women's changeroom

a

plan-main

third (+17.0)

third (+17.0)

second (+11.0)

second (+11.0)

main (+5.0)

main (+5.0)

lower (-1.0)

lower (-1.0)

section A-A

third (+17.0)

third (+17.0)

second (+11.0)

second (+11.0)

main (+5.0)

main (+5.0)

lower (-1.0)

lower (-1.0)

section B-B

morphology program

GROUND STATE

MULTIPLY

LINK AND ROTATE

EMBED

path

section a-a

section b-b

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OISTAT THEATRE COMPETITION

VEILING NEBULA

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THE OISTAT THEATRE COMPETITION was a provocation to re-imagine a theatre in St. Anna’s church, a landmark gothic cathedral in Prague. The space was conceived as more than a container for performance, but an experience where the architecture could be integral in the conception of the theatrical experience.

Site Plan Interior-Night-Experimental Theatre Performance

Exterior-Day-Piano Recital

The notion of history as a palimpsest is reconsidered as an infinte series of veils in which the past is not written over but still resonates as layers of our collective experience. The walls of St. Anna’s narrates its history-peeling layers of surface decoration and the accretion of structural inerventions bolster its hallowed atmosphere. The veil of the sculptural armatures extends into the courtyards and alleys like a growing organic mass. This enlargement of the performance field recalls the urban medieval tradition of processional street performances but the origin and destination have been resversed-the procession begins at the altar and radiates outwards into the city.

Aerial Perspective

The Veiling Nebula will be a visceral and surrealistic multimedia experiencemovement, music, voice and moving imagery provide a fertile field for experimentation and innovation. B

Courtyard

Dressing Room

A

Stage

Sound & Lighting

A

Opening the performance space into the courtyard allows flexibility in performance configuration. An aperture of sliding ellipsoid panels enables the space to be entirely interior, exterior or both. A centrally located stage, surrounded by seating on three sides fosters a greater intimacy and connection between the performers and the audience.

Aperture Sequence

w/c

B

Lobby

Exterior-Night-Indie Rock Performance Plan-Ground

WEST ELE

Costumes/Props/Sets

A A Section

Interior-Day-Dance Performance

Plan-Lower Level

Lobby Perspective

Sections

B B Section


DESIGN STUDIO 2A GALT HOTEL

GALT HOTEL is an urban hotel with spa, restaurant and bar,

conceived as a hub and a generator of activity and vitality in downtown Cambridge.

Plan-Ground Floor

Plan-Second Floor

West Elevation

East Elevation

Longitudinal Section

Plan-Typical Floor

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DESIGN STUDIO 1B riverside housing

Site Plan

Parcel Plan

Unit Plan

Unit Section

Site Section

RIVERSIDE HOUSING is a medium-density project that explores form, program, assembly, andscape and site strategy.

Envelope Axonometric

East Elevation

West Elevation

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DESIGN STUDIO 1A MUSIC HOUSE

Ground Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

Third Floor Plan

Fourth Floor Plan

music house is a live/work residence for two musicians that explores the relationship between private and communal space.

Model

Transverse Section

Sectional Model

Longitudinal Section

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CO-OP TERM 3-SHOALTS ZABACK ARCHITECTS

Exterior Perspective 1

Ground Floor Plan

FRONTENAC CHILDREN’S AID SOCIETY

Exterior Perspective 2

Second Floor Plan

Third Floor Plan

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CO-OP TERM 2-JAMES FRYETT ARCHITECT

Bird’s Eye Perspective

Exterior Perspective 1

Master Site Plan

Exterior Perspective 2

CARRIAGE CLUB

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CO-OP TERM 1-TANGENT DESIGN + BUILD

LANEWAY HOUSE

Exterior Perspective 1

LANEWAY HOUSE is a speculative proposal for a compact urban site that utilizes the site of a dilipidated garage to add a two-bedroom house.

interior Perspective 1

Exterior Perspective 2

interior Perspective 2

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