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Sam Stuckey P O R T F O L I O B.ARCH | UNIVERSITY OF OREGON | 2006-2010


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Sam Stuckey


PROJECTS rose city culinary institute

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everett street middle school

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sustainable living center

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raymond residence

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resume

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Rose City Culinary Institute

A Modern Food Heaven Located in the heart of Portland’s Old Town District, the Rose City Culinary Institute anchors the northwest corner of Ankeny and 1st. From the top down, teaching kitchens and circulation spaces are organized to maximize the penetration of natural light from the east and south sides of the building. A roof top terrace opens up from the library on the third floor, providing space for students use as both social and gardening space. Above the terrace two large holding tanks store rainwater which is used for irriagtion in the garden year round. The school’s main entrance takes advanatage of a lightrail stop on 1st Avenue, just outside of the front door. The Ankeny Street entrance serves a restaurant which is open to the public and run by students and staff, showcasing the work of the RCCI students.

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Portland, OR // Spring 2008

The material composition of brick, glass, and natural wood blends in nicely with the vernacular language of the historical Portland neighborhood while simultaneously setting itself apart from the established historic office buildings. The horizontal wood slats that rise in a vertical stack along both 1st and Ankeny allow for light to penetrate the heart of the building, while still shading and obscuring the view out from the teaching kitchens. The teaching kitchens are the soul of the institution and thus are treated in a way as to be the focus for passers-by.

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Rose City Culinary Institute

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Restaurant Kitchen Lobby Flex Space Rest Room Office Storage Loading Dock Teaching Kitchen Meeting Room Classroom Coffee Bar Seating Area Outdoor Terrace Library Student Lounge

Corner Perspective Portland, OR // Spring 2008

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Sferisterio / Macerata, Italy


Villa Rotunda / Vicenza, Italy

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Everett Street Middle School

For Students and Citizens

The Everett Street Middle School was designed as a new kind of place of learning that not only gives students a place to learn algebra and social studies, but also connects them to the city they live in. The school was created to support a curriculum which engages students with more than the traditional school subjects, but lets them see those subjects through the filter of poliltics, media, and civil engagement. The design of the school centers around a fully functioning broadcast studio on the ground floor, from which a steel lattice broadcast tower rises through the heart of the school towards the sky. The broadcast tower acts as a visual organizing element for the building as well as serving as a defacto bulletin board for student news and work. Class rooms, labs, and other rooms open inwards toward the broadcast tower.

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Portland, OR // Fall 2009

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Each classroom is equipped with a built-in teachers desk that is shielded from the rest of the room by a large bookshelf. Punched openings in the shelving unit allow the teacher to keep an eye on classroom activity.

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The classrooms are laid out to be flexible, multifunctional spaces. A lab classroom is sandwiched between two classrooms and divided by a shared workspace. With this layout each classroom is able to take advantage of the facilities in the lab classroom and collaborate with other classes on larger work projects.

A built in unit houses a large, flat screen televison that is used as a media display. The unit also holds two pull-out display boards that effectively double the amount of display space available in the classroom.

Everett St. Elevation

Portland, OR // Fall 2009

Classroom Design

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Powells Books / Portland, Oregon


Bridge at Castelvecchio / Verona, Italy

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Sustainable Living Center Lets Build a Place Located in Salem’s new Pringle Creek development, the Sustainable Living Center gives residents a centralized location to learn about and participate in sustainable living strategies. Two classic green house hold community gardens, a bike shop provides free repairs, and a small library provides educational resources for the Pringle Creek community members.

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The ground floor of the Sustainable Living Center serves as the public interface for the community resources in the program. A community kitchen, lobby for offices, a large room for community events and classes, and a bicycle repair shop are all easily accessible. The bicycle shop also opens up to the alley side of the building with a large overhead garage door so that community members can ride right up to the door.

Salem, OR // Fall 2008

The Pringle Creek Community in Salem, OR. Pringle Creek is a sustainable development focused on green building, endergy effinency, and a respect for the natural environment.

The second floor houses a reading room, full of resources on sustainable living.

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Sustainable Living Center

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Raymond Residence The Modernist

The house is situated on the high point of a large lot in Massachusetts, overlooking the empty footprint where Rachel Raymond’s original house sat. The home is entered from the west and approached by a long, curved driveway. The south side of the house is heavily glazed to collect the sunlight, and the porch on the second floor also collects a lot of light during the day. Above the garage is a private deck off of the master bedroom with a view to the west, perferct for watching the beautiful New England sunset.

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Outside living space is created by a deck just off the dining room to the east. There is covered outdoor cooking space against the garage and a dining area defined by the second story overhang and slender columns that support it. The second level consists of two private bedrooms organized around less formal social space. The living space is wide open and well lit from the south facing windows. Just like the first floor, a nana wall on the south face of the building allows the wall to entirely open up to the deck and bring fresh air spilling into the house. The master bedroom has its own master bath as well as an attached office space and more intimate roof deck on the north side of the house. From this deck the views to the west are perfectly framed, making it the perfect place to wach a beautiful New England sunset.

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Boston, MA // Fall 2009

The house is laid out in a very simple manor. The first floor is dominated by three main rooms - the kitchen, dining room, and living room. Thick masonry walls create strong thresholds at the intersections of those spaces. Continous glazing along the south side provides ample sunlight and warmth while also highlighting the horizontality of the building. A nanawall of the kitchen is able to open entirely against the concrete wall removing the glass barrier between the interior and exterior of the house. The living room is defined by a slight level change which separates it from the circulation spaces around the entry. The kitchen nestled between the two thick walls with views out to the south. The dining room is just off to the side with a lower ceiling and intimate dining atmosphere.

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Raymond Residence

Site Plan

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Boston, MA // Fall 2009

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Stuckey Garage

A Place to Come Home To This garage apartment was designed for my parents in Portland, OR to replace their existing garage which was beginning to fall down. The 21’ x 20’ footprint was the largest allowed by the neighborhood code. The ground floor is the garage space (which will be used as a workshop by my dad), and upstairs is a small studio apartment that will mainly be used by my sister and I when we come home to visit as well as by other house guests. The layout is very simple. A stair brings you up to the apartment and wraps at that top so you enter facing the 3 large windows at the front. A small bathroom immediately to your left is the only separated room in the studio. A built in desk and set of shelves gives the apartment some much needed storage and work space.

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The “bedroom” space is large enough for a queen bed and night stand and has a generous closet. Across from bedroom is a small kitchen space with an cabinet refridgerator under the counter. The long counter to is clean and uncluttered and leaves wall space for shelves, as well as an above sink window that looks over my parents’ back yard.


HOLLYWOOD TABLE Sam Stuckey A stylish, space-saving way to store all your movies, games, and television accessories out of sight. The ends of the Hollywood Table slide outward, revealing hidden storage within. The cork surface provides a durable layer of protection, eliminating the need for coasters or placemats. Poptlar, Plywood, and Cork Flooring Tiles 49" W x 19� H x 25� D

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Brion Cemetary / San Vito, Italy


Sam Sam Stuckey Stuckey

B. ARCH | LEED GA (971) 506-3527 | samuel.stuckey@gmail.com

Professional Professional Profile Profile

Hard working and creative architecture graduate with an eagerness to learn and background in community service. An energetic worker known for desire to improve and enthusiastic approach to all tasks. Strong design and presentation skills combined with leadership ability and dependable character.

Skills Skills

Digital Media - Sketch-Up. Very competant, used for most studio projects. Capable of building complex models and exporting images for presentation. - Adobe Creative Suite. Very competent with Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Acrobat. Preferred rendering tool for presentations. Illustrator also used to create laser cut files for model making. - AutoCAD. Competent with AutoDesk software. Able to create basic 2-D files for plans and elevations, experience with use in a professional setting. Eager to learn more. - Revit Architecture. Competent with Revit Architecture 2010. Participated in a Revit training course in August 2010. Comfortable with the basic commands, building models, and creating views. - Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Very competent, lots of experience.

Hand Media - Drafting. Very capable with mayline and drafting tools. Able to create detailed architectural drawings.

- Drawing. Very capable. Skilled in most types of pencil drawing, from quick sketches to detailed building renderings. - Watercolor. Capable. Experience in creating watercolor renderings for projects. - Model Making. Very capable with most model making media. Produced detailed models at various scales for many studio projects.

Construction - Strong knowledge and experience with many construction processes including

Education Education

University of Oregon - Bachelor of Architecture

June 2010

Minor in Business Administration

Employment Employment TechSun Solar | Austin, TX Solar Hot Water Specialist.

August 2011- Present

Assists in the design, assembly, and installation of solar water systems for commercial, residential, and military projects. Majority of work is done in the field and includes installation of solar collectors, plumbing pipes, water pumps, and water tanks for drainback solar water systems, as well as problem solving and on-site engineering.

August 2010 - Present Habitat for Humanity (americorps) | Austin, TX AmeriCorps House Leader. Work directly with volunteers and homeowners on the construction of multiple single family residences around Austin, TX. Duties on site include framing, landscaping, siding, decking, roofing, and teaching construction skills to inexperienced volunteers. Off site duties include prepping for build days by gathering and purchasing materials, maintaining a clean and organized warehouse, and doing small detail-oriented tasks that aren’t “volunteer friendly.”

Nordstrom | Portland, OR December 2005 - September 2009 - Men’s Shoes Sales Associate. Responsible for meeting weekly and quarterly sales goals, maintaining a clean and organized stockroom, as well as providing superior customer service, and coordinating shipping orders between multiple stores. Excelled at customer interaction and service in a fast-paced environment. - Seasonal Mail Room Clerk. Filled orders and prepared packages for shipping during the busy holiday season.

roofing, framing, decking, siding, installation of doors and windows, landscaping, painting, use of power tools, and finish carpentry.

Experience Experience

January 2010 - May 2010 Oregon Zoo (intern) | Portland, OR - Architecture Intern. Worked on multiple projects related to design and construction of exhibits, animal holding areas, and public spaces. Created an Oregon Zoo design guide for use as reference on future projects. Assited in the creation of signage and banners.

Study Abroad (student) | Macerata, Italy March 2009 - June 2009 - International Student. Spent ten weeks in Italy studying architecture. Completed classes in art and architectural history, media for design development, and the history and formation of Italian towns, as well as a design studio. Participated in field trips to Rome, Florence, Venice, Verona, and Urbino.

Habitat for Humanity (volunteer) | Portland, OR June 2005 - September 2005 - Full-time Volunteer. Worked on the construction of 4 duplex housing units for low-income families. Duties included framing, laying flooring, using ladders, roofing, and leading teams of inexperienced volunteers.

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Sam Stuckey // 2011

Sam Stuckey Portfolio  

Portfolio of B. Arch student work from the University of Oregon School of Architecture and Allied Arts

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