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Steven Honora Jr. Louisiana Tech University B. Arch. Studies - Summer 2012


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Tower Project

Project Documentation

Museum of Southern Art & Music

Table of Contents

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Erewhon Fire Station

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Spring 2010 Second Year - Caldwell

Erewhon Fire Station


E.F.S. (contd.)

1. Entry 2. Reception 3. CPR Classroom 4. Janitorial Closet 5. Mechanical Room 6. Locker Area 7. Equipment Room 8. Chief's Office 9. Dormitory 10. Living Space

Legend

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The program for the fire station included a CPR classroom, dormitory and living quarters for the firemen, and an equipment room/locker area for all of their tools. We also had to include a water garden into the site for water harvesting needs.


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Physical Models

E.F.S. (contd.)


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Fall 2011 Fourth Year - Stevens

Tower Project


Tower Project (contd.)

Site Plan

The tower was designed by Christopher Perez and I in Professor Stevens studio during the fall. This quarter we were to focus on high rise construction techniques.

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The tower is located in downtown Shreveport and serves as a new office and R&D headquarters for Exxon. We separated the program into two towers, regarding the orthogonal, heavy structure of research and development as a separate tower and the office program as another. Joining the towers we designed a central circulation through double height atriums that connect each floor.

Tower Project (contd.)

Building Elevation


Tower Project (contd.)

Building Section

Physical Models

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Fall 2011 Fourth Year - Carwile

Project Documentation


Project Doc.(contd.)

Members: Blake Aaron, Ryan Hardy, Traci Williams, Christopher Perez, Michael Markham, Lestavion Beverly, Brendan Cooper, James Metoyer, and Steven Honora (me)

This year as a class we documented the Municipal Auditorium in Shreveport and I was in charge of exterior elevations.

Rear Elevation

Front Elevation

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Fall 2012 - Spring 2013 Grad School - Brooks

Museum of Southern Art & Music


M.S.A.M. (contd.)

The south has a rich history of art and music that helped to develop the culture to what it is now. The new museum will become a communal meeting ground for people with different cultural make-ups to come experience and take in all that southern art and music has to offer. Showcasing the beginning and evolution of art and music through southern culture.

1. Entry 2. Mammy’s Cupboard 3. Reception Desk 4. To Kill a Mockingbird Script 5. Forest Gump Leg Braces 6. Live Recording Studio 7. Recital Hall Lobby 8. Recital Hall 9. Recital Hall Storage 10. Classrooms 11. Mechanical Room 12. Loading Dock

Legend

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1. Conference Room 2. Office Space 3. Cafe 4. General Lee 5. Small Gallery

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6. Mardi Gras Float 7. Rev. Denis’s Bus 8. Art Restoration 9. Storage 10. Mechanical Room

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M.S.A.M. (contd.)

Transverse Section

Structure Plans with Mechanical


The next step, I began to scale specific parts of the building according to the program that would be included.

M.S.A.M. (contd.)

Longitudinal Section

The massing of the building started as the 3 dimensional version of the diagram

Here I started getting overlaps between program spaces and began to bring the idea of syncopation where the long bar of program on the east face is broken into segments.

Next I began to open up the first floor near the entry by lifting the mass off the first floor, now providing a covered entry into the museum from the adjacent parking.

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Massing Parti Phases


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Riverside Dr. Elevation

M.S.A.M. (contd.)

Interior Renderings


Paul Rand

Design can be art. Design can be aesthetics. Design is so simple, that's why it is so complicated.


Steven Honora Jr. 11303 Flamingo Dr. Baton Rouge, La 70814 s.honorajr@gmail.com


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