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The purpose of my project is to revitalize the town of Manchester for the future while anchoring it within its past through the revitalization of its main street and the design of a heritage center that engages the public sphere and creates a recognizable landmark signifying the heart of the city.

The first move was to integrate the master plan into the site and to entirely anchor the building into its surroundings. This is accomplished by extending the grid of pavers into the northern third of the site and extending the overhang north, encouraging people traveling up Main Street to turn right onto the proposed greenway system.

The main program is divided by the atrium, with exhibit space elevated above the outdoor courtyard to the north, and the auditorium mostly sunken below grade with a portion of the courtyard ground peeling up to let light and air in to the auditorium through sliding glass doors. Linking all floors is a glass and metal counterweight elevator in the atrium, paying homage to the mine shafts of old. This reinforces the massive verticality of the space and express the essence of the mine, symbolically linking people to things of value which are in this case history, art, education, and community.

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At first, this place was empty. There was no reason to come here, no reason to stay; a place between places, undisturbed, uninhabited. Some desired this seclusion, some desired the unknown, and others found money in the mountains. Salt, timber, and coal drew people from around the county and around the country to work here and call Manchester home. Now these resources have dwindled, leaving behind a community in need of a focused identity.

lobby cafe

offices

gift shop

multipurpose| shelter

outdoor plaza

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auditorium

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exhibit

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archives exhibit

classrooms gift shop cafe offices

classrooms

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second floor

loading dock entrance

info. desk

bathroom

bathroom storage

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gift shop cafe offices

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THIS PROJECT WAS THE CONTINUATION OF A PLANNING|PROGRAMMING CONCEPT THAT FOCUSED ON A SINGLE ARCHITECTURE THAT COULD TRANSFORM THE CITY OF TOWNSEND. THE DICHOTOMY OF NATURE AND INDUSTRIAL PROGRESS IS EXPLORED AND CONTRASTED THROUGH LANDSCAPING AND DETERMINES THE FORM OF THIS 100 YEAR EXPERIMENT.


BICYCLE RENTAL | WELCOME CENTERS

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COMMERCIAL

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NATURE CENTER

MUNICIPAL

ARTS AND CRAFTS PROPOSED ALTERATIONS EDUCATIONAL THRESHOLD

NODES OF DEVELOPMENT RIVER ACCESS POINTS

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PUBLIC GREENSPACES HIKING PATHS

VISITOR CENTER

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EXISTING CITY LIMITS

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PREPARATION CLASSROOM

EXPERIENCE OBSERVATION DECK 18

BOARDWALK TRAILS 19

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PUBLIC GATHERING SPACE 20

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OUTDOOR HABITATS

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RIVER

ACCESS

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RIVER

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greenway

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HERITAGE CENTER

GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK


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THE WIDTH OF THE MODULES WAS DETERMINED BY THE EXISTING DIMENSIONS OF THE LIBRARY, WHILE THE LENGTH OF EACH “TRAY” WAS DICTATED BY THE GIVEN PROGRAMMATIC REQUIREMENTS. PROGRAM IS SEPARATED BY FLOOR IN AN EFFORT TO SIMPLIFY ORGANIZATION AND STUDENT WAY-FINDING.

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THIS THEOLOGICAL CENTER FOR GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY IS MEANT TO BE THE “HEART” OF CAMPUS, WHICH IS METAPHORICALLY EXTRUDED FROM THE BODY (LIBRARY) FOR CLOSER EXAMINATION FOR ALL.

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2ND YEAR | 2ND SEMESTER


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BRIDGE

COMPLETED IN GROUPS OF 4 OR 5, OUR TEAM RECEIVED HONORABLE MENTION OUT OF ALMOST 40 TEAMS.

TREVOR MAYES JORDAN RUNDER DYLAN BUC BLAKE KOTTI

1 plywood construction is cheap, easy to construct, and easy to repair/replace in the future. modular shelving units can be rearranged to accommodate future needs. the naked condition of the exposed shelving reflects the brutality of the existing building. plexiglas covers the top ofthe theplexi counter. the light table in the plywood underneath and attaching led’s is formed by cutting a hole

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VISSANI MINI FRIDGE 4.5 cubic foot refridgerator 1.2 cubic foot freezer HVDR450SE

(X2) $218

having 2 smaller refridgerators is more efficient than having one full size appliance, both in initial cost and opperating cost, as the second machine would only be turned on when the first has reached ccapacity.

two zones are created. one houses studio productivity tools, the second provides . amenities. increase studio efficiency desktop computer scanner printer light table create community food storage microwave coffee|tea brewer work sink interact collaborate congregate

OSTER MICROWAVE .7 cubic foot OGG3701

the primary goal is to create a professional environment, neutral from experience level and discipline, where people who aren’t in the same studio can interact and exchange ideas while being more productive

KEURIG COFFEE MAKER 48 oz reservoir 6, 8 & 10 oz brewing options 1.2 cubic foot freezer K45

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printer

DEMD-404 paper

plastic

scanner

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DELTA TOUCHLESS FAUCET

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plastic

computer

2 cuts are made and 2 parabolic shapes are welded in place vertically, forming the sink

paper

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a single brew coffee maker will be more suited to studio life, allowing students and faculty to make only enough for themselves without wasting entire pots of coffee. these machines also can brew coffee nd make hot chocolate

the counter-top consists of a series of 1/8” sheets of steel welded together.

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facilitate function and design by creating a neutral zone that dissolves the lines separating experience and disciplines

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facilitate function and design by creating a neutral zone that dissolves the lines separating experience and disciplines two zones are created. one houses studio productivity tools, the second provides . amenities. increase studio efficiency desktop computer scanner printer light table create community food storage microwave coffee|tea brewer work sink interact collaborate congregate the primary goal is to create a professional environment, neutral from experience level and discipline, where people who aren’t in the same studio can interact and exchange ideas while being more productive

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THIS SCHOOL WIDE COPMETITION ASKED STUDENTS TO DESIGN AN AMENITIES HUB FOR THE UTK ARCHITECTURE BUILDING. THE WINNING PROJECTS ARE CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION.

$471

a touchless faucet will allow the sink to be used as a work sink for cleaning pens, maylines, etc, in addition to aiding the prep of food and washing of hands.

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WE DEVELOPED A HYBRID GREEN OAK/DRIED TIMBER CONSTRUCTION TO REDUCE THE WARPING OF THE GREEN OAK DURING THE FIRST 8 YEARS AFTER CONSTRUCTION.

PHASE 1 DESIGN BY: SHERIF SUJIAMA

PHASE 2 DESIGN (SHOWN HERE) BY: ANGIE CLAEYS BRICE HOLMES EMILY THREADGILL TREVOR MAYES

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THE OBJECTIVE HERE WAS TO TAKE AN EXISTING CABIN DESIGN USING GREEN OAK CONSTRUCTION, MODIFY IT FOR ADDITIONAL PROGRAM, AND CREATE DRAWINGS AT A FINERLEVEL OF DETAIL.

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SKYLIGHT ASSEMBLY 1/16” EDPM Closed Cell Bedding Tape RS3 Extruded Aluminum Sill Cap, Mitered and Welded at the Corners 5/8” Pan Head Screw at 18” on center Extruded Aluminum Hinge (2 Inch)

Operable Skylights

.125” Formed Aluminum Bracket Extruded EPDM Hollow Gasket Extruded Aluminum Operable Sill Frame

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Lokseam Panel Roofing ROOF ASSEMBLY

Flashing

Standing Seam Metal Roofing

“Clear Line” Skylight Operator (Shop Riveted To Aluminum

2x2 Furring Strips (2’ OC)

.125” Formed Aluminum Bracket

Rosin Paper (2) 3/4” Layers Of Plywood 2x6 Standard Timber

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1x6 Green Oak Cladding

ROOF ASSEMBLY Bearing Plate Fixed Glass Panel

1/8” x 3/16” Pop Rivet, 12” On Center

Wooden Mullion

Box Rake Trim 1.25” Long Life Self Driller With Washer Floating Rake Support

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10-16 x 1 Pancake Head Self Driller 24”On Center Continuous Cleat 1 x 6 Green Oak Cladding 4 x 6 Green Oak Timber DECK ASSEMBLY Welded Steel Angle Handrail 1/8” Steel Cables 1x6 green oak decking

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2x6 timber

4x6 green oak timber FOUNDATION ASSEMBLY 4x6 Green Oak Timber 5/16” x 3” Bolts 1/4” Welded Angle Plate Concrete Filled/Rebar Reinforced CMU

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4’ x 4’ x 6” Reinforced Concrete Slab (Below Grade)

WALL ASSEMBLY 1x 6 Green Oak Cladding 2x2 Furring Strip 3/4” plywood 4x6 Green Oak Timber 2” finishing nails


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PHOTOGRAPHY

ART

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ACRYLIC|CHARCOAL|GESSO


THANK YOU


Trevor Mayes Portfolio 05.16.2014