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Timothy C. Maxwell Architectural Portfolio 2008-2011 Ball State University College of Architecture and Planning

TIMOTHY C. MAXWELL DESIGNING FOR SUSTAINABILITY


TIMOTHY C. MAXWELL DESIGNING FOR SUSTAINABILITY


Table of Contents

James Brooks Art Gallery + Daylighting

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Bungalow + Hand Drawing + Site Visits

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205 Walnut, Cafe & Apartment + Color

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Global Mobile Surf Station Resort

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Taj Mahal + Ink

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Museum Drawing + Sculpture

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Crows Nest, Camping Structure + Craft

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Julia Carson Community Center

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Folding + Concept

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St. Croix Research Facility

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ResumĂŠ

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James Brooks Art Gallery + Daylighting

The James Brooks Art Gallery, inspired by paintings of James Brooks, focused on providing pedestrian access from Ball State University and “the village” making it the local hotspot for culture and café refreshments.

Featuring dual lightwells and clearstory corridors, the art gallery uses daylighting to reduce electric energy consumption.

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James Brooks Irro,1982 (left) James Brooks Ehr,1972 (right)

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Bungalow + Hand Drawing + Site Visits Phase one of the Bungalow project involved a site visit to collect information about the facade of an existing residence. Phase two included the generation of a site plan, floor plan, section, and front elevation from the information gather visually from the street in phase one.

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205 Walnut, Cafe & Apartment + Color 205 Walnut is a proposal to renovate an existing building in downtown Muncie, IN into a mixed use building featuring a coffee shop at ground level and a residential component in the upper level. Also, the adjacent empty lot is converted into an exterior plaza for the coffee shop.

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Crane Deck

Boardwalk

Boardwalk

Global Mobile Surf Station Resort + Repurposing Oil Rigs Surf Pool

Pool Beach

Boardwalk

Helipad

Diving Board Pool Scuba Pool

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oardwalk

Boardwalk

BoardwalkB

Shaded Seating

Boardwalk

Green Lawn

Stage with Movie Screen

Garage Door for Crane Access

Surf Pool

Boat Repair and Mechanical Room (varing ceiling height under surf pool)

Surf Pool Mechanical

Mechanical Chase

Scuba Pool

Back Room Seating

Restroom

Mid Deck Balcony with Porthole Viewing into Scuba Pool

Mid Deck Balcony

Restroom

Food Preperation Area

Gear Repair Shop Exterior Food Order / Pickup

Surf Shop Mid Deck Balcony

Cafe Seating

Mid Deck Balcony

Restroom Dormitory

Restroom Dormitory

Restroom Dormitory

Restroom Dormitory

Booth Seating

Diving Board Pool

Repurposing oil rigs may be something to consider in the future as we progress to more renewable sources of energy. In this case the oil rig has been converted into a surf station resort and located in Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia. The design utilizes wind and solar energy for electricity and hot water. Also, the resort is equipped with a rain collection system, solar desalinization unit, and a living machine to manage its limited fresh water supply.

Restroom Dormitory

Restroom Restroom

Dormitory

Restroom Upper Infermery

Restroom Dormitory

Restroom Dormitory

Restroom Dormitory

Upper Spa

Restroom Gear Storage Room

Dormitory

Elev.

Restroom

Elevator Mechanical

Dormitory

Restroom Dormitory Surf Lobby

Restroom

Gear Storage Room

Dormitory

Restroom Dormitory

Restroom Dormitory Restroom

Restroom Infermery

Restroom Dormitory

Pool Deck

Dormitory Restroom Restroom Dormitory

Spa Restroom

Pool

Fitness Room

Dormitory

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Taj Mahal + Ink

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Museum Drawing + Sculpture

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Crows Nest, Camping Structure + Craft

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4'

8'

02 1'

'4

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'4

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02 1'

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8'

02 1'

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Julia Carson Community Center + Connection

Southern Overhang Shading Lower Facade COMMUNITY CATFISH POND

RESIDENTIAL COMPONENT

South Elevation

scale: 1/20" = 1'-0" 0'

10'

20'

40'

LEGACY OF LOVE FOUNDATION COMPONENT

North Elevation

scale: 1/20" = 1'-0" 10'

20'

40'

COMMUNITY GARDEN/SKYLIGHTS

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East Elevation

West Elevation

scale: 1" = 50' 0'

125'

50'

225'

ALUMINUM SNAP ON COPING CAP WOOD COPING CAP

R ATE MW

HEALTH AND WELLNESS COMPONENT

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EN

RD

GA

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STO

Julia Carson  Community  Center,  Indianapolis  IN   2011  Gresham  Smith  Design  Competition

Community Connections Community Centers engage the community, so why not forge the Center straight out of the heart of the community? JCCC was born out of the ground which supports the community itself. Community Connections is the road to success for many families looking for social connection, recreation, or those who just need a little help along the way.

5/8" INTERIOR GYPSUM BOARD STEEL STUD WALL 3" RIGID INSULATION ALUMINUM CLADDING PANEL CLIPPING SYSTEM WITH WEEP HOLES DRIP 1" AIR GAP VAPOR BARRIER 20MIL MEMBRANE 5/8" EXTERIOR GYPSUM BOARD

Sustainable Strategies: -Natural Lighting skylights, side lighting -Passive cooling operable windows, shading south facade

ALUMINUM FLASHING

-Water management storm water garden, lawn roof, community garden, catfish ponds shading south facade

0'

2'

N

scale: 1" =50'

CONC. FOUNDATION

scale: 3/4" = 1'-0" 5'

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75'

150'

300'

NORTH

SOUTH

scale: 1" = 50' scale: 1/20" = 1'-0" 0'

10'

20'

0' 40'

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50'

125'

225'


This Community Center’s goal is to revitalize a brownfield neighborhood in Indianapolis, IN. The concept is connecting to the community while providing security. This design renovates existing vacant homes for use as temporary housing for those in need.

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The project incorporates community gardens on the accessible planted roof and community catfish ponds where social interaction is encouraged to bring the community together.

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Folding + Concept

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St. Croix Research Facility + Renewable Energy Positioned to take full advantage of the site’s wind, solar, and water resources the SALT RIVER BAY RESEARCH FACILITY is the pinnacle of sustainable buildings. Also, built on a previously disturbed site the facility does little to disturb the local environment. The main feature is the Cold Seawater Cooling System, which pumps deep seawater through a screen of pipes on the windward side of the building. The cold seawater pipes cool the air, reduce humidity, and provide fresh water condensate to be collected, stored, and used on site. While in the system seawater can be directed to the labs as needed. Before the excess seawater is returned to the Ocean it is sent through a series of solar heaters which match the discharged water temperature with that of the ocean surface.

Rain water is collected and routed into the same gutter system as the condensate collection system.

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In addition to passive systems, like `cross ventilation, wind and solar energy are harvested by (24) turbines and (746) 5’x10’ photo voltaic panels (37,300 sq. ft.)

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Timothy C. Maxwell + Resumé Objective: My objective is to gain experience in preparation for a successful career in the field of architecture. Furthermore, integrating sustainable strategies in the sense of energy consumption, adaptability, and maintainability in design is of great interest to me. I do not know where I will end up, but I am looking forward to the challenges that take me there.

219.781.1023 709 Pettibone St. tcmaxwell@bsu.ed Crown Point, IN 46307 Education: Crown Point High School Crown Point , Indiana Core 40 Diploma, GPA 3.5 Activities: • Symphony Band (percussion) • Marching Band (drumline-quads) • Pep Band (percussion, drum-set) • Pit Orchestra, West Side Story (percussion)

Graduation: June, 2008

Ball State University Muncie, Indiana Graduation: May, 2012 Bachelors of Science in Architecture, GPA 3.443 Affiliations: • American Institute of Architects for Students (AIAS) • Emerging Green Builders (EGB) of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC)

Goals: • • • •

Skills: • • • • • • • •

Become LEED GA certified before graduation in May, 2012 Participate in the World Tour Field Study as a graduate student in Spring 2013 Become Licensed in Architecture Pursue a successful career in Architecture

• • • • •

Rhinoceros 4.0 V-ray for Rhino Auto Cad Revit Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign Adobe Photoshop Laser cutting with Adobe Illustrator

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Construction experience Renovation experience Organized Timely Work well with others


Experience: Gander Mountain #185 Hobart , Indiana 2007 - 2009 Manager: Scott Tucker........Phone # (219) 793-1700 Title: Archery Technician / Sales Associate / Cashier • Repair/Build compound bows • Size customers for new bows/arrows • Equip customers with proper archery gear • Seminar • Restock shelves • Cashier and Costumer service Crown Point Street Department Crown Point , Indiana June, 2007 - Aug., 2011 Director of Public Works: Jay Olson......Phone # (219) 662-3252 Superintendent: Bill Unwin Title: Summer Help • Traffic Control • Carpentry • Storm-Response • Painting • Hot and Cold Patching (road repairs) • Mowing Violations • Weed-Whacking • Tree-Care • Chipping • Landscaping D & L Wood Products, Inc. Crown Point , Indiana December, 2011 Project Manager: John Stevens......Cell # (219) 306-7268 Title: Winter Help Job: Renovation of a Marriott Residence Inn _ Hammond, IN • Installing wall mounts (headboards, bathroom fixtures, artwork, ect.) • Furnishing Rooms • Unloading/Loading trucks

References: Jay Olson Director of Public Works jolson@crownpoint.in.gov (219) 662-3252 Bill Unwin Superintendent of Crown Point- Street Department bunwin@crownpoint.in.gov (219) 662-3252

John Stevens Project Manager D & L Wood Products, Inc Crown Point, IN (219) 306-7268

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Robert Koester Director of Center for Energy Research/Education/Service (CERES) Professor of Architecture at Ball State University rkoester@bsu.edu (765) 285-1136

Interests: Sustainability Hunting Carpentry Fishing Outdoors Camping

Languages: English

Countries Visited:

United States of America Canada

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