WILLY BURHAN Architecture Portfolio Selected Works
WILLY BURHAN, LEED GA address 3700 12th Ave SE #1122 Norman, OK 73072 email email@example.com phone (206) 446-7216 website http://willyb.oucreate.com
2012 - Current Bachelor of Architecture, a NAAB Credited Professional Degree Architecture (Major) Interior Design (Minor) University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, USA
2010 - 2011 Associate in Arts (Honors)
Green River Community College, Auburn, Washington, USA
Rhinoceros 3D, Sketch-Up, AutoCAD, Revit, Grasshopper Rendering V-Ray Graphic Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign Others Microsoft Office Suites, Physical Architectural Modeling Modeling
Bahasa Indonesia Fluent English Beginner Mandarin & Italian Native
2016 - Current Butzer Architects and Urbanism Oklahoma City, OK Project Designer
2016 Solomon Cordwell Buenz San Francisco, CA Summer Internship
2015 OU Institute for Quality Communities University of Oklahoma
2015 TAP Architecture Oklahoma City, OK Summer Internship as an Intern Architect
2015 AIAS OU Chapter Internal Vice President University of Oklahoma
2014 Atelier T(w)o Architecture and Design, Jakarta, Indonesia Summer Internship as an Intern Architect
2014 TAP Award for the Outstanding Portfolio
Given to one sophomore student of the College of Architecture every year, voted by the faculty
2013 - Current OU Deanâ€™s Honor Roll 2017 2016 2015 2015 2015
ULI Urban Design Competition ACSA Steel Competition CSR Competitions DBIA Competitions eVolo Skyscraper Competitions
LIVING/TRAVEL EXPERIENCE Asia Jakarta (Born), Singapore (7 Years), Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Taipei, Thailand, Bali, Kuala Lumpur America Seattle (2 Years), Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Las Vegas, New York, D.C., Dallas, Miami, Vancouver (Canada) Europe Rome (4 Months), Paris, Versailles, Berlin, Stuttgart, Milan, Venice
RE-SEARCH Urban Development for University of Oklahoma Research Campus
FOG CATCHER Innovation Technology for Water Collection
THE CORE Community Living for College Students
Urban Development for University of Oklahoma Research Campus
PROJECT TYPE: Urban Planning (ONGOING) YEARS: Fall 2016 LOCATION: Norman, OK
DURATIONS: 1 Semester
The re-search development is a proposal that helps to bridge connection not only to students but also to future investor and developers to the university. The plan has three major goals: to improve and attract students, visitors, and potential investors; to establishing connections not only to the world, but first to the city region; and to exposed the area. The plan is to create a better environment by first on focusing on how to attract students to the area.
Stephenson Life Sciences Research Center
Stephenson Research and Technology Center
National Weather Center
Vast Undevelop Area
Research Campus Infrastructure Investment Expenditures Per Capita (2008) 0
Opportunities $288 million
27.5% ARTS & SCIENCES
8.4% ENERGY 17.3% OTHERS
25.7% ATMOSOPHERIC SCIENCES
Research Expenditures by Discipline
826 ft2 88
166 75 257
06 07 08 09 10 11
Research Campus Infrastructure Development
1 Establishing “A willingness to phase out old ideas and activities and embrace new ones.” ? ?
2 Connnect “An inspiring environment and institutional personality that fosters creativity and bold, transformative thinking. Exciting ideas drive creative/imaginative people.”
3 Spreading “The value in the academy of success based on prestige is giving way to market value and tangible return on investment.” ? ?
4 Sustain “OU has considerable unrealized potential and thus tremendous opportunity to think bigger.” ? ?
Future Train Station
Proposed Bike Paths
Future Planned Bus Routes
Creating point of interest that invite activities and create Strengthen horizontal emphasis to utilize the vast open space opportunities to OU research campus. of the existing condition.
Blending external condition into the building to communicate Define the visual connectivity with surrounding contexts. with the proposed masterplan.
Theory of Third Place
Dividing the proposed program into equal division to integrate Integrating public places into the building to boost social modularity of the building. interaction and creates nodes of activities throughout the building.
From Existing Building
Further implement the proposed master plan and express The philosophy of this idea is to help converge multiple the relationship between the neighboring regions and existing specialties and to boost interdisciplinary practice by creating a contexts. new contemporary ways of learning that allows learning to take place almost anywhere throughout the building.
Innovation Technology for Water Collection
PROJECT TYPE: Competition YEARS: 2015 LOCATION: Meghalaya, India
PROJECT PROPERTY: Group ROLE: Diagrams, Development, and Graphics DURATIONS: 3 Weeks
FOG CATCHER proposes a passive way with which to easily and effectively capture and store water. The construction of these megastructures would be accomplished by the assembly of modular parts offering flexibility of design, ease of maintenance, and efficiency of economy. The fog harvesting mesh would be stretched across the structure to provide a massive surface area for absorbing incoming clouds. FOG CATCHER seeks to provide a passive and efficient water collection solution for the modern era.
Living Root Bridge Meghalaya, India
Geographical Location Meghalaya is a state in India where the Indian and Eurasian continental plates collide creating a huge plateau. The drastic change in elevation provides a perfect location for orographic precipitation to take place. Subsequently, the region of Meghalaya has long held the title of â€œWettest Place on Earthâ€? with an average yearly humidity of 84 percent, and average rainfalls of up to 1200cm annually. However, the geography of the region is also its curse. The region is comprised of 70 percent uninhabitable dense forest, while the tops of the plateaus are flat and barren with shallow soils that do not provide good water absorption. With no adequate means by which to collect this water, it simply becomes runoff.
Fog Harvester Mesh
Living Bridge Components
FOG CATCHER Components
The fog harvesting mesh is a weave of hydroscopic polypropylene fibers. As clouds pass through the fabric, moisture is extracted and condensed on its surface.
The mesh is applied in thin strips between tension cables ensuring mesh remains in constant tension to maximize efficiency.
Water condenses on mesh and gravity pulls the water down, where it is filtered into the transportation pipes.
The larger pipes transfer water from mesh to large vertical storage tanks.
The pipe components allow easy assembly, repair, and expansion.
Storage tanks are stacked via coupling devices providing flexibility of design.
The water that collected in the tanks is filtered and treated.
Community Living for College Students
PROJECT TYPE: Residential YEARS: Spring 2015 LOCATION: Oklahoma City, OK
DURATIONS: 7 Weeks
The courtyard is a large place that unifies the function of the building by creating an intimacy of space, space for social gathering as well as relaxation for the habitants. The placement of the courtyard will create a threshold for the residence and will also acts as a circulation. This vast open area will encourage interactions between the habitants. Multiple paths were introduced that leads up into the interior of the building. The circulation of the building rigidly follows the modular subdivision and sequence of spaces on the interior and a continuous circulation path breaks into rectilinear branches along two axes, forming a multi-directional circulation system. In addition, the interior reflects the sense of belonging for the habitants through the use of simple, smooth, and calm materials, like concrete. This will make the habitants to perceive more sense of belonging and tranquility. The building is equipped with three entrances and is embedded into a deep vestibule-like space that carved away by the modular aggregation on the lower level, which were covered on the upper level. Apart from these great characteristics, the building emerged from the combination between forms and steel structures, making this building to fall under modern architecture category. This building can somehow be described as not a building because it is an amalgamation of those who inhabit it. This interesting structure was built in that specific area to take advantage of the surrounding area such as the picturesque views and the surrounding contexts.
A Good Egg Dining Group RESTAURANT
The Pump Bar BAR
N Walker Ave
Big Truck Tacos
Grandad’s Bar BAR
NW 24rd St
Family Dollar MARKET
NW 23rd St
from lking distance
Tietgen Dormitory / Lundaard & Tranberg Architects
The Tietgen Dormitory was designed to adjust within the urban context with the idea of its simple circular form that provides access from all direction. Its cylindrical form orients itself around the inner courtyard, making it for students to engage in activities such as social gathering. The upper levels are organized to provide the residences along the perimeter with the views to the courtyard.
Interior Circulation Threshold Gathering Space
The building’s circular form is based on a symbol of equality. The circulation of the building follows the simple circular form where it flows through the building and oriented to the inner courtyard.
Creating Courtyards The Core aims at encouraging social interactions between the residences, as interactions are the main key to establish connections between residences. The concept idea used to help designing this building came from various precedents, by creating a gathering space, such as courtyards, will boost social interaction as well as activities.
Taking Advantage of the Climate Orienting the building this way will also be beneficial from the climate such as sun orientations, summer breeze and help tackle winter wind. Thus this will create a perfect position for the courtyard for social gatherings and activities.
Tackling Privacy Privacy is also a key in this design. By creating overhangs floor plates around the building will help block the views from the outside, therefore creates boundaries from passerby.
Concept Idea Social interactions start from looking and noticing people. By making floor to ceiling windows around the apartment units will encourage the residences to start engaging in social interactions. The building is also elevated 3-feet from the ground to provide the best view to the surroundings.
Unit Plan with Furniture
North-South Section (Cut Through the Middle)
Roof 48’ - 0”
Third Floor 33’ - 0”
Second Floor 18’ - 0”
Ground Floor 3’ - 0” South Elevation
Roof 48’ - 0”
Third Floor 33’ - 0”
Second Floor 18’ - 0”
Ground Floor 3’ - 0” North Elevation
Third Floor 33’ - 0”
Second Floor 18’ - 0”
Ground Floor 3’ - 0” East-West Section (Cut Through the Middle)
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