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COMPLETED WORKS 2007-2011
BRIDGEPORT DENSITY PROJECT
SPLINTERED CHAIR: MATERIAL EXPLORATION
THEATER IN THE WOODS
STUDY ABROAD: SPAIN/PORTUGAL
HUBBARD + WELLS FIREHOUSE
THE BECK HOTEL
FRANKLIN POINT MASTER PLAN
On a site equal to five standard lots in the area, the assignment aimed to increase the land. From the original
five units to
sixteen, ranging from one to three bedrooms units, the Bridgeport
Density Project completes the goal of efficiency while creating lively public courtyards and private balconies.
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Along with efficiency, the project is designed to be a low-budget construction.
Localizing plumbing walls
and using precast materials were primary methods for cost-reducing building production.
The Splintered Chair was an early scholastic attempt to understand and expand on material properties.
Lamination and manipulation helped to mold a unique chair while using wood in an uncharacteristic way. The chair appears to be torn from the wall, expressing its splintering material nature.
At a maximum of four hundred attendees, the Theater in the Woods includes a black-box theater, café, along with the traditional theater. The building is designed to be constructed directly over the main circulation trail in pre-existing park. The
path marks a theoretical division on the site, on one side ‘private’ woods and on
sketchbook, pencil, and IIT instructors, we traveled to 16 cities in under a month. Learning architectureâ€™s history and progression, the group saw over 150 architectural landmarks from
In Spain with only a
Barcelonaâ€™s Sagrada Familia to the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao. Each student created a book to document the trip.
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The first floor, designed solely around the fire engines, allows
rapid response in all directions with
interior spaces structured around the truck paths. The second level follows the same rapid response concept. The linear paths between all vertical circulation points within the building creates direct access to the ground level from all locations as well as an interior light well, allowing privacy and daylighting.
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circulation of multiple sources, the 4-bay firehouse responds to both the site and its users. The buildingâ€™s architectural design maximizes functionality with minimum traffic time. Designed with acute consideration on
The Beck Hotel is the answer to an undergraduate study focusing primarily on and
building codes, and FAR
calculations and bonuses. LEED certification, limited transfer girder use,
and preliminary building budgeting as well as sources and uses charts were also included in final presentations.
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Along the faรงade, the viewer immediately creates a The distinct angles are shown on both
along south side of the building.
between the building and its
of the building as well as with the
The Franklin Point Master Plan divided an eight acre site into five buildable parcels while creating four pavilion areas. The plan developed the buildings to meet maximum site FAR. The site maintains an urban streetscape along the exterior lot lines while creating a completely original and inviting public area within. The central plaza creates a distinct gathering
space for users in addition to connecting all buildings and pavilions to the river, the dominant feature of the site.
TYLER STELLWAG ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE BACHELORS OF ARCHITECTURE
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Projects designed from 2006-2011 while attending Illinois Institute of Technology.