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JAYSON KABALA Selected Work


JAYSON KABALA, AIA, LEED AP Curriculum Vitae

PROFILE:

Project Designer - 05/2005 to 12/2011 • Designer on multiple project types that include theaters, mixed-use retail, office buildings (small and high rise), religious facilities, and cultural centers (international design competition) • Project sizes range from 10M to 120M in value • Experience including front end conceptual and schematic design, preparation of concept investment packages for clients to obtain project funding, construction documentation and detailing, and consultant coordination

Licensed Architect with over 13 years of professional experience possessing a diverse set of skills and abilities allowing for leadership in the design process, and the technical knowledge to execute the design through the documentation and construction phases to completion. Ability to develop concepts based on programmatic and client need, and the ability to design projects within a wide range of scales and building types. Excelled at both the academic and professional level, and is self-motivated, collaborative, disciplined, and highly capable. EXPERIENCE: Olson Kundig / Seattle, WA Project Architect - 02/2017 to 03/2018 Projects include: 13,000 SF addition & renovation to existing home in Medina, WA • Served as Project Architect from early concept phase to current DD phase Matt Fajkus Architecture, LLC | Austin, TX Design Architect - 07/2014 to 02/2017 + 04/2018 to Present Projects include: Westlake Dermatology - 3,000 Sf New Clinic, and 8,000 SF New Clinic with Shell tenant space; Wedding Venues - (2) 6,000 Sf event spaces on 63 acres; Bracketed Space House - 4,800 SF Custom Residential Home • Individually responsible across all projects for the following: Design Lead, Site Development, Project Management, Proposal/Contract preparation, Drawings and Specifications, Coordination with local municipalities and agencies, Consultant Coordination, Construction Administration, and working directly with Client through all phases of the project The Beck Group | Dallas, TX Associate - 05/2013 to 07/2014 • Lead Project Designer Senior Project Engineer - 12/2011 to 05/2013 • Cross trained with Beck’s construction group on a large scale multi-building dormitory project for Southern Methodist University • Assisted in the bidding and procurement of subcontractors; Acting as lead BIM supervisor overseeing the coordination of all MEP trades for the entire project

EDUCATION: University of Texas at Arlington — Master of Architecture | 2005 University of Texas at Arlington — Bachelor of Science in Architecture | 2001 PROFICIENT TECHNICAL SKILLS: • • •

3-D Modeling & Rendering - SketchUp / V-Ray Revit / AutoCAD / Navisworks Graphic Design - Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign

PROFESSIONAL & ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS: • • • • • •

Licensed in the State of Texas since January 2009; NCARB certified, LEED AP since 2006 Participated in the inaugural Dallas AIA Emerging Leaders Program, 2009 Co-created a company Mentorship program for The Beck Group starting in 2010 AIA Tampa Bay Honor Award (un-built category) in 2007, as co-designer for Walker Brands office building Awarded the Arch Swank Fellowship in the Craft of Architecture, 2004 Awarded the AIA Henry Adams Medal, 2005

INTERESTS: Film making | Astronomy | Travel across the Southwest, Hiking and Camping | Cartography


PROFESSIONAL WORK The Beck Group 2005 - 2014 01 02 03 04 05 06

WALKER BRANDS IKSAN CULTURAL CENTER COMPETITION KOCHUK COMPETITION GATEWAY AUDITORIUM URBAN WORSHIP CENTER ROYAL GORGE VISITOR CENTER

Matt Fajkus Architecture 2014 - 2017 07 08

WESTLAKE DERMATOLOGY - MARBLE FALLS BRACKETED SPACE HOUSE

Olson Kundig 2017 - 2018 08 09

YC SPORTS BARN & HOUSE MEDINA ADDITION & RENOVATION


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WALKER BRANDS 2006

Tampa, Florida

Project Status: Unbuilt Scheme Position: Design Intern Project Role & Contribution: provided alternate conceptual design scheme for client; created conceptual strategy and model for presentation Overall design supervision by Brian Miller, Principal

Walker is a small company based in Tampa, FL that specializes in branding solutions for a wide range of clients. Their goal in creating a new dedicated office space was to mirror a mission statement based on collaboration and connection. The project is conceived as two opposing L’s in section, containing the primary programmatic zones for office and multi-use space. These two elements overlap to form a double volume connection zone, intended to be a central hub for generating ideas. This connection zone is paramount to the company’s culture The diagram provides transparency front to back, from the public entry to an employee garden in the rear. Using the company’s own branding and color scheme, a translucent orange box represents the central space where the creation of ideas takes place. In 2007 the project won an Honor award in the Un-Built category from the Tampa Bay Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

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IKSAN CULTURAL CENTER 2009

Iksan, South Korea

Project Status: Competition Entry Position: Project Designer Project Role & Contribution: Member of Competition design team; prepared 3D models, sections, elevation drawings, concept diagrams, and formatted final presentation boards. Overall design supervision by Brian Miller, Principal

The city of Iksan held an open international design competition to transform an unused block of land adjacent to their aging existing cultural center. The new expansion was set to house a museum, offices, 1,500-seat auditorium, and a public space amenity for the city. Jewelry and metallurgy serve as traditional forms of industry for Iksan and the surrounding area. This thematic element drove the design concept as the manifestation of a centuries old tradition in the region. The building was the result of an imagined set of natural forces acting on the earth to create the angular jutting forms, invoking the same processes that create precious gemstones. These forms are further refined and honed with glass, steel, and stone to produce a crafted JEWEL.

Design Concepts, Drawings, and Boards by Jayson Kabala, Jae Lee & Brian Miller 3D renderings by Alexander Models


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KOCHUK

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Seoul, South Korea

Project Status: Competition Entry Position: Project Designer Project Role & Contribution: Primary Designer; produced concept schemes, diagrams, 3D models, and presentation boards Overall design supervision by Michael Kaiser, Principal

Due to rapid growth, the Kochuk Presbyterian Church sought to expand their existing campus into a massively larger auditorium as well as new administration spaces. The condensed site in downtown Seoul was faced with tight zoning restrictions that proved problematic for the large amounts of required programming from the client. A unique strategy was proposed which would place the largest program element (the auditorium) underground, with all other elements stacked in a tower above. To deal with significant grade changes, multiple strategies were investigated that incorporated terraced gardens and a grand processional staircase. This terracing circulation would transpose on to the front facade of the tower, leading to a small chapel on the top level. This provided a public amenity for the community and an informal “pilgrimage� from the city to the elevated chapel that bypassed the daily functions of the church. The terrace garden provides an open space amenity to the city, but also allows for a series of light wells that will naturally illuminate the worship room. Following the pedestrian circulation up the facade of the building, the public zone exists as both a horizontal and vertical garden.

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Choir Loft 150 sm

Worship Translation 15 sm

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찬양대 소연습실 Small Choir Room 140 sm

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찬양대 대연습실 Large Choir Room 280 sm

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GATEWAY AUDITORIUM 2008 - 2009

Southlake, TX

Project Status: Built Position: Project Designer Project Role & Contribution: Design, documentation, and coordination of Auditorium Overall design supervision by Brian Miller, Principal

Gateway Church expanded their Southlake Ministry to a new Campus with a Worship Center and Education Facility. After the auditorium shell was set, the design, layout, and coordination of the auditorium space was needed. Working with an Acoustical Engineer, an optimal seating arrangement was developed that accommodated the capacity required by the church, while limiting the distance to the farthest seats. A series of radially arrayed suspended “clouds” were designed to provide optimal acoustic performance while masking the necessary lighting infrastructure. The sidewalls transitioned from sound absorption paneling to a front extension on either side that could also serve as a backdrop for projections, which extended the stage and gave a more immersive experience. This project was Beck’s first full-scale use of Revit from start to finish, and was also their first use of fully coordinated BIM technology with the General Contractor and subcontractors.

photographs courtesy of The Beck Group


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URBAN WORSHIP CENTER 2008 - 2012

Dallas, TX

Project Status: Built Position: Project Designer Project Role & Contribution: Lead Designer and Project Architect for exterior envelope Overall design supervision by Michael Kaiser, Principal

One of the oldest churches in downtown Dallas has been in operation since the late 1800’s, undergoing multiple periods of growth and change. In 2008 the congregation took steps to embark on a major overhaul of its campus, building new facilities for worship, education, and public use. Existing buildings were in decline and unusable for the needs of weekly services and daily community programs. An entire city block was cleared to make way for the new campus. It was required that the new facility seamlessly connect the new Worship and Education buildings to the existing 19th century historical sanctuary and a multi-purpose building completed within the last decade. The church also wanted to take the opportunity to create a unique public space and garden that would integrate into the recent emergence of new downtown Dallas parks. The conceptual strategy creates an urban pocket carved into the city block, simultaneously connecting major program elements with a single sweeping gesture composed of large expanses of north facing glass. This form is raised to the Piano Nobile, providing a pedestrian connection between the east and west sides of the block through a public garden at street level.

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The Auditorium is housed within a complex curved form, creating a dynamic shape clad in iridescent stainless steel panels. This form sits juxtaposed to the exterior curtain wall skin - the interstitial space becomes the public lobby and pedestrian concourse connecting the entire campus together. A geometric solution using tangent arcs is established to resolve the complex curves and translate them into a modular curtain wall system.

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ROYAL GORGE VISITOR CENTER 2013

CaĂąon City, CO

Project Status: Built Position: Project Designer Project Role & Contribution: Lead Designer; Responsible for design and detailing of exterior envelope, managed all structural coordination Overall design supervision by Michael Kaiser, Principal

In the summer of 2013, the area surrounding the Royal Gorge Bridge in Colorado (the highest bridge in the United States) was consumed by wildfires, destroying most of the existing park facilities. With a local treasure almost lost and the potential for the park to lose revenue for an entire season, the project had to be designed and constructed in less than a year. The owners wanted a building that harkened to the angular fractured landscape, while consolidating all of the former program under one roof. A series of shifted roof planes was assembled to house the park functions within an otherwise standard rectangular box. With a tight budget in mind, the interior spaces were left raw while charred remains of the wood planks used for the bridge roadway, were repurposed into the exterior skin of the visitor center. A viewing deck is precariously perched out over the side of the 1,000-foot deep canyon, while also receiving an aerial tram and a zip line taking visitors across the gorge, high above the Arkansas River. Photo courtesy of Royal Gorge Bridge and Park


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BRACKETED SPACE HOUSE

2014 - 2016 Rollingwood, TX Project Status: Built Position: Project Manager (end of CD’s and through CCA) Project Role & Contribution: Took over as PM through the final phase of CD’s focusing on detailing and coordination; managed the CCA process with the Principal in charge. MF Design Team: Dave Birt, Principal in charge Travis Cook, PM (through DD)

The house sits atop a lot that drops off steeply to a ravine below, part of the Edward’s Aquifer system that recharges the Colorado River. The program is orgarnized around an open courtyard that splits the public and private zones, connected by a family dining area, which acts as a “glass bridge”, visually connecting the front yard and courtyard Through large glazed sliding doors, the living spaces connect to an exterior room that resides among the treetops of the site. Further enhancing the presence among the trees, an infinity edge pool projects out beyond the precipice of the slope. The street presence is subdued, with an entry path the gently carves into the site toward the front door. Upon entry, the full spatial experience of the house is apparent, bracketed around the central courtyard.

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WESTLAKE DERMATOLOGY

2015 - 2017 Marble Falls, TX Project Status: Built Position: Project Manager Project Role & Contribution: Lead Designer; Responsible for design drawings and renderings, and all Contract Documents and Specifications; Consultant Coordination; Construction Administration; Coordinated directly with Client through entire process MF Design Team: Ian Ellis

Westlake Dermatology commissioned MF Architecture to design a new 3,000 SF building in Marble Falls to replace it’s older existing facility. The site exists on the edge of town with little to no infrastructure in place; coordination occurring between city officials and LCRA to get the necessary utilities installed. Negations with a neighboring HOA also provided challenges for both the design and the overall project timeline. The relatively small site slopes away toward beautiful views of the hill country in the distance. The client did not want to block the view, but rather embrace it and create a structure that acted as a frame. The scheme reflects the client’s love of Donald Judd’s concrete boxes in Marfa, TX. The objective was to design an open and transparent “portal” through which the distant landscape could be viewed, the concrete shell harkening to Judd’s seminal works. The interiors incorporated a simple layout with minimal material finishes except for the reception area, clad in Texas Pecan wood to highlight the threshold from public to private. programming strategy


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YC SPORTS BARN & HOUSE

2017 Yellowstone Club, MT Project Status: Concept, On Hold Position: Staff Architect Project Role & Contribution: Joined the team during the intial phase of concept design, until project went on hold Partner in Charge: Tom Kundig PM: Edward Lalonde / Jamie Slagel

This short exercise provided elevation concepts for Partner Tom Kundig in preparation for presentation to the client and an initial round of concept pricing by the contractor. The project was a 7,000 sf new residence in the exclusive community of Yellowstone Club, Montana. The clients desired a programmatic solution that would accommodate their outdoor lifestyle, and in particular have a ski in/out function with direct access to the area slopes. A world renowned skate park designer was brought on board to design a 25,000 sf indoor sports barn that would include two bmx and skate courses, skate ramps, climbing walls and tree, and an observation deck to watch their two young sons. The “barn� would reside mostly underground to remain unassuming within the landscape, with clerestory windows around the entire perimeter to allow light in from above. My role was to create concept elevations of the garage and guest house, as well as develop revised site plan strategies for the relationship of the house proper to the sports barn.


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VILLA SIMONYI

2017 - 2021

Medina, WA

Project Status: Design Development Position: Project Architect Project Role & Contribution: Facilitated the drawings through early design process and Schematic Design; oversaw the land use shoreline permit submittal; currently managing the drawings and coordination through DD Partner in Charge: Jim Olson PM: Olivier Landa / Daniel Ralls

The house is a multi-phase project dating back to the mid-80’s. The original house and two subsequent additions were designed by renowned local Architect, Wendell Lovett. There have been four distinct phases, the most recent being a complete interior gut and renovation completed by Olson Kundig in 2012. The clients wished to expand the house with roughly 13,000 sf of additional space, made possible by the acquisition of a neighboring property. Like the original house, the addition will be five levels - 2-1/2 underground and 2-1/2 above ground, with beautiful western views of Lake Washington and downtown Seattle beyond. The massing of the addition is organized with solid planar walls that run E/W, pulled apart to reveal glazed spaces that take advantage of the western lake views. These planes, harkening to the telescoping nature in examples of Aalto’s work, resolve in a floating glass box at the southwestern corner of the house, reaching out over the property toward the lake.

Existing House by Wendell Lovett; with previous Interior renovation by Olson Kundig


Elevation sketch studies & Revit 3D studies


3D visualization sudies using Revit and Photoshop


JAYSON KABALA kabalaj@gmail.com (214) 364-8631

Jayson Kabala - Selected Work  
Jayson Kabala - Selected Work  
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