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REIDSHUBERT PORTFOLIO


REID SHUBERT

University of Nebraska - Lincoln B.S.D in Architecture

CONTENTS MASSIVE CUSTOMIZATION TOWER

CONTACT INFO 402-770-6976 shubert.reid@gmail.com

PROGRAMS

1-6 7-10

ASCENSION

11-14

PARK(ING) DAY

15-16

CONCEPTUAL PRODUCT DESIGN: FOOTWEAR

17-18


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INTEGRATE DESIGN STUDIO

MASSIVE CUSTOMIZATION COORDINATED BY JASON GRIFFITHS SPRING 2018 The studio explored tectonic systems for emerging mass-timber construction technology. Applying the notion of massive customization for a mixed-use program in the industrial district of the South Haymarket. The building was split into 3 different programs, an office space that would contain a B-Corp company, residential apartments, and a Museum of Walking. The first 2 floors contain the office space, while the following three house the residential apartments. The Museum of Walking is a path that surrounds the back of the building and contains rooms that look towards iconic views of Lincoln, those being the capital, Memorial Stadium, and the Haymarket. Users are presented with an experience they have never seen before using a camera obscura.


EAST SECTION


WEST ELEVATION


FLOOR 1: OFFICE

FLOOR 3: RESIDENTIAL

SOUTH SECTION

FLOOR 2: OFFICE + MUSEUM OF WALKING

FLOOR 4: RESIDENTIAL

FLOOR 2.5: MUSEUM OF WALKING

FLOOR 5: RESIDENTIAL + ACCESSIBLE ROOF


MUSEUM OF WALKING


SITUATE DESIGN STUDIO

TOWER COORDINATED BY ANTHONY MOREY SPRING 2017

To fully experience the narrative which context created, a high-rise building was designed using the same operations and objects in the context was created.


The studio was instructed to find an abstract piece of art and understand it through section, while including fifteen different programs in the space. This section would become the base of a high rise building.

SPATIAL SECTION DIAGRAM

To understand the building as a mass I worked to arrange all fifteen programs. Deciding to be satirical, programs that would never be close to one another were placed adjacently. For example, the track runs through the cemetery, and the retirement home is surrounded by the arena and bowling alley as well as many other scenarios.


VIGNETTE FROM GOLF COURSE

VIGNETTE FROM AQUARIUM

VIGNETTE FROM ROLLER COASTER


SITUATE DESIGN STUDIO

ASCENSION COORDINATED BY ANTHONY MOREY SPRING 2017

Through constant and unfiltered translation, the studio aimed to produce an autonomous context, created from something with no inherent context as a way to foster what context itself creates, a narrative for us to experience.


45” x 64” SCALE = RELATIVE OBJECT LIBRARY


The studio’s context consisted of a piece of art, a framed, painted, compositional image that contained all the classical signs of representational context and yet it is obviously absent of any real context, a “non-context.” Through reading and understanding context, not through buildings, not through streets but through what we see, experience and through memory. Through analysis, mis-reading, abstracting, and re-reading the object of art and beginning to translate it into architecture’s language I aimed to find sidewalks in wood chips, doors in rocks and beams in tree branches. The given image (left) was to be understood as the plan+section+elevation and story for the model constructs.


REPRESENTATION DESIGN STUDIO

PARK(ING) DAY COORDINATED BY ROBERT TREMPE PUBLISHED BY LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR TEAM MEMBERS: HAYDEN CUDDABECK, CARLY BROTHERSON, JOEY HOLTZ, IAN JONES, MITCH MUSEL FALL 2015

PARK(ing) Day is an annual global event where metered parking spaces are transformed into temporary public spaces. Our installation contained an environment of over 5,000 recycled plastic bottles strung together by 3,500 feet of fishing line. The space contained a journey that concluded in a moment of discovery, providing the viewer with an optical experience created by the diffused light in the space.


PRIMARY ITERATION DRAWINGS

LAYOUT

CONSTRUCTION PROCESS

FINAL INSTALLATION


CONCEPTUAL PRODUCT DESIGN: FOOTWEAR PRESENT

An experimental look at popular footwear silhouettes, that manipulates their color palettes and creates amalgamations containing different elements from particular shoes that are looking towards the future of footwear design.


FUTURECRAFT 4D x ACE 16

VAPORMAX x LUNARACER

NMD R2

3D RUNNER

ULTRA BOOST 3.0

PHARRELL WILLIAMS HUMAN RACE x BALENCIAGA RUNNER

ULTRA BOOST 3.0

ZOOM MARIAH FLYKNIT RACER

ZOOM AIR PEGASUS 34

FUTURECRAFT 4D x ULTRA BOOST UNCAGED x CLIMACOOL

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