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TEE STANLEY CLEMSON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE tstanle@g.clemson.edu 843 697 2093


SELECTED WORKS

[1] GREENVILLE AMTRAK COMPLEX community train station and retail housing

[2] THE BOTTOMS nature exhibit and research lab

[3] GRADUATE RESEARCH CENTER multi program research facility

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CLEMSON TRAIN STATION small town train station

[5] MUSC LIBRARY library renovation

[6] EXTRACURRICULAR woodwork // structure // illustration // graphic design


GREENVILLE AMTRAK COMPLEX

SYNTHESIS STUDIO

PROF. ROBERT BRUHNS FULL-SEMESTER SOLO PROJECT design for a mixed-use project on a large site that combines a complex program with a number of interesting urban site conditions in Greenville, S.C. the scheme combines a large train station, retail units, and housing. the main driving concept is the focus on a monolithic train station. representing the train and industry, the building composes of heavy concrete and steel use.


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the site is broken into three major programmatic schemes: train station, retail + housing, and housing units the train station is the central focus of the design. the program combines a use for ticketing, offices, and a cafe. 01 design theme word art 02 site plan 03 east elevation 04 train station ground floor plan 05 train station 1st floor plan 06 train station 2nd floor plan 07 train station east section 08 train station north section 09 model photos N

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the planning also includes units for retail, multi-room housing apartments, and efficiency housing units.

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the design of the retail and housing units represent the main train station building with similar use in materials. 01 rendering of retail + housing 02 retail ground floor plan 03 housing 1st floor plan 04 housing units ground floor plan 05 housing 1st floor plan 06 housing close-up 07 rendering of housing

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THE BOTTOMS

ARCH FOUNDATIONS

PROF. LYNN CRAIG HALF-SEMESTER SOLO PROJECT design for a nature exhibit and laboratory located in the bottoms of Clemson, S.C. the main driving concept is the focus on a low-impact green building that shapes with the trails of the landscape.


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the beginning of the project composed of gathering site photos, sketches, and analysis of the farm land. the site offered many challenges with flooding, noise, and trails used by students and workers. 01 site photo 02 on-site sketches and plans 03 site analysis 04 laboratory and offices design 05 nature exhibit design

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the laboratory building is the largest building that combines student and faculty offices, classrooms, and a lab testing facility.

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the nature exhibit is a smaller program that is used strictly for visitors and students to see new experiments and findings.

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01 green roof detail 02 roof trail detail 03 exhibit ground floor plan 04 exhibit section 05 exhibit elevation 06 exhibit rendered section

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GRADUATE RESEARCH CENTER

ARCH FOUNDATIONS

PROF. LYNN CRAIG HALF-SEMESTER SOLO PROJECT The graduate research center is a large program project for wind turbine research that is located at the Navy Yard in Charleston, S.C. there are several driving ideas for the design concept. The heavy concrete and steel represent the past monolithic presence of the Navy that is no longer present in the area since the 1980s. Secondly the pushing and pulling of the floor plans represent the massive docks that site on the water’s edge found in the aerial photos.


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the large program planning composed of offices, classrooms, meetings rooms, fitness center, cafe, and a large auditorium. the blue indicates circulation throughout the floor plans.

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01 aerial photos for design concept 02 site plan 03 GEC floor plans


Solar Roof Outside Space Meeting Auditorium Graduate Undergrad Faculity Fitness Lobby + Cafe 01

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CLEMSON TRAIN STATION

SYNTHESIS STUDIO

PROF. ROBERT BRUHNS TWO WEEK SOLO PROJECT a 2 week design for a small town train station located in Clemson, S.C. the design aimed for high visibility to the busy street. heavy concrete and steel use represents the idea of a loud monolithic train.


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MUSC LIBRARY

CAC.C CHARLESTON STUDY ABROAD PROF. RAY HUFF FULL-SEMESTER TEAM PROJECT

the medical university of Charleston, S.C. hired our studio of 7 to give new ideas to renovate their out-dated library. the project consisted of multiple client presentations on analysis and development. my role in the final client presentations was the model making.


most of the semester was spent researching and analysis of the library. in the final weeks of the project the graduate students worked the final concept design. my role was to solo model the designs.

01 photos of MUSC library 02 3d site analysis 03 site 04 final renderings for main design

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EXTRACURRICULAR

WOODWORKING DESIGN ARCH MATERIALS FALL 2010


STRUCTURES

ARCH STRUCTURES I SPRING 2012


PEN & INK ILLUSTRATION ARCH VISUALIZATION SPRING 2011


CENTRAL SPIRIT T-SHIRT DESIGN digital work provided by: TigerTown Graphics 2009


Foothills Sierra Club Brochures SPRING 2012


Tee Stanley Architecture Portfolio  

Tee Stanley Architecture Portfolio

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