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Brochure 2009 0416
 

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Attached is a sample of our recent experience and projects with other firms and associations.

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    • berneche² architecture, pc 314 illinois street, glen ellyn, illinois 60137 630.962.9394 • www.berneche2.com design portfolio design portfolio www.Berneche2.com
    • Ameriprise Financial Services View of building from Catalpa Street and Hickory Road • Mishawaka, Indiana berneche² architecture, pc • 314 illinois street • glen Ellyn, Illinois 60137.5669 • 630.962.9394 • www.Bernche2.com
    • Ameriprise Financial Services Office Building Type: New Construction and Site Development Cost: $780,000 Lobby 3d Study generated from the CAD model A new 3,500 square foot office building for financial planners Erik Brenner and Bruce McCourt. The building is designed to provide them and their staffs distinct quarters with convenient access to shared resources. A full basement is provided for storage. The site design expresses the corner location. Completion July 2009. Aerial View of MEP Engineering: CJW Engineers; Chicago, Il. Civil/Structural: Territorial Engineering; Walkerton, In. Site looking East Interiors: Juli Macri Designs; Michigan City, In. berneche² architecture, pc • 314 illinois street • glen Ellyn, Illinois 60137.5669 • 630.962.9394 • www.Bernche2.com
    • Saint Paul Lutheran Church • Mount Prospect, Illinois New Signage and Roofing • Entrance Plaza for Church on the Street •Narthex Expansion •Renovated Sanctuary, Improved Lighting, Technology consultant to goss pasma architects• berneche² architecture, pc • 314 illinois street • glen ellyn, Illinois 60137.5669 • www.Bernche2.com
    • Saint Paul Lutheran Church Main Level Floor Plan with Phase Two Left, Entrance Plaza Lower Right Work was done to an existing church built in 1960. The project began as renovation with an office and classroom addition, yet as the funding situation became realized it was decided focus on building renovation now and construct the addition in a second phase. The chancel was changed to a stage-like configuration, and the sanctuary was modified to better engage the side aisles, including two small angled expansions to unify these with the main sanctuary. ADA compliance of the lower level was a priority so an addition to accommodate an elevator was economically constructed. Phase two will wrap around this and create a scenic courtyard visible from a new fellowship hall. Project Team: Goss Pasma Architects, Berneche2 Architecture, CJW Engineers (mep/fp), Patrick Engineering (site) Lower Level Floor Plan with Phase Two on the Left. consultant to goss pasma architects• berneche² architecture, pc • 314 illinois street • glen ellyn, Illinois 60137.5669 • www.Bernche2.com
    • Zoo Gate • Michigan City, Indiana Administrative Building with Observation Room and Gift Shop and Entry Plaza for Washington Park Zoo Architect of Record with Fanning Howey Associates • Berneche² Architecture • 314 illinois street • glen ellyn, illinois 60137.5669 • 630.962.9394
    • A challenge of this small town zoo is to not be Zoo Gate • Michigan City, Indiana overlooked by zoo patrons with options in nearby Chicago and South Bend. Run by the Michigan City Parks Department the project intent was to better define the zoo entrance, and move it from a crossing at a curve in the road where it was hard to see pedestrians. Timothy Berneche worked with Landscape Architect Jeff Bolinger, also with Fanning New Entry Howey, to create a solution that integrated Plaza and architecture with landscape to create a strong sense New Admin Trellis of place, with a trellis angled to match the corner Existing Diet Kitchen Building and tower of the building. The building was an addition Gift Shop to an existing animal diet kitchen. Our building picked up on some of the language but utilized pre- New Plaza with Historic colored masonry to reduce long term building Street Pavers maintenance. Timothy Berneche is the licensed architect of record. Completed 2005. Contractor: Gariup Construction; Gary, Indiana. Cost: $500,000.00 with landscaping Architect of Record with Fanning Howey Associates • Berneche² Architecture • 314 illinois street • glen ellyn, illinois 60137.5669 • 630.962.9394
    • A B C D E F G H EVANSTON A HLET C CLU VANSTO AT LETIC CLUB 1723 Benson Avenu 72 ns n Av ue Pro os d S re t F ca e St dy oposed St eet Facade tudy ch 2650 Suite Chica Tel. 8 Fax. 7 www. Occ pie Lev ls O cup ed L vel View alon Benson S ree e ong en on Str et Ba ner ann r Concep s on pts EVA ANSTON A ATHLETIC CLUB C EAC EA AC EAC West Elevation s l v on Cur ent uild ng C rre Bu din consultant to Goss Pasma/GP Interiors; berneche² architecture, pc; 314 illinois street; glen ellyn, illinois 60137.5669; 630.962.9394
    • Residential Addition and Renovation • Michigan City, Indiana study sketch before berneche² architecture, pc • 314 illinois street • glen ellyn, Illinois 60137.5669 • www.Bernche2.com
    • Residential Addition and Renovation The owner is a contractor who originally built this as a spec home to sell, then decided to buy it himself. He consulted us to look at ideas on the following issues: • Three-car garage addition situated at an angle to the house • Turn existing garage into a family room • Reconfigure the Master Suite • Expand Dining Room and Kitchen • Create a Unique Porch One challenge with the angled garage addition was in getting the hip roofs to work on a wing at an angle to the house; the solution was to create two Boston Gables with dormer windows at the intersection of roofs. The kitchen was reconfigured to become an activity center between the family room and dining room. A barrel vault in the porch will continue as a vaulted ceiling into the house. Interiors and colors by The Plaid Rabbit, Michigan City. cad-generated study model of front porch berneche² architecture, pc • 314 illinois street • glen ellyn, Illinois 60137.5669 • www.Bernche2.com
    • Three‐Family Weekend Beach House • Michigan City, Indiana                         the front entrance faces the private beach     access and is well defined with the barrel    vault (completion summer 2009).         the elevations along lake michigan which  utilizes nanawall for literal openness and  unobstructed views of the lake and beach. b e r n e c h e ² a r c h i t e c tur e , pc  •  314 i l l i n o i s  s t r e e t •  g l e n e l l y n,  Illinois  6 0 1 3 7 . 5 6 6 9 •  w w w . B e r n c he 2 . c o m      
    •       Designing a house for three families can potentially  be  a  very  frustrating  challenge;  fortunately  the    construction  manager  set  ground  rules  that  made  the process go exceptionally smoothly.  It was not  fully  without  its  challenges,  the  main  one  being    that  the  clients  wanted  five  bedrooms  all  on  the  upper  level.    This  pushed  the  total  area  of  the    house to just under 9,000 square feet, up from the  6,000 square feet in earlier designs but it did give  the clients the facility they really wanted.        The site is on Lake Michigan with views of Chicago    on clear days.  Two of the families wanted arts and    crafts  look  while  third  emphasized  unobstructed  views of the lake.  For the Living and Dining Room    we utilized Nanawall operable curtain wall systems  which allow these walls to literally open up to the    lake.      The  kitchen  is  angled  toward  Chicago  for  views and to reduce floor area on main and lower    levels.      The lower level features a steam room and shower    facilities for the pool outside.  A bar greets one at  the  bottom  of  the  stairs.    This  level  is  primarily    entertaining areas off the beach access.      The  front  entrance  is  a  barrel  vault  for  clear  definition.  The lake façade roof is punctuated with    dormers which give allusion to the sailboats on the  lake.      Developer: Duneland Fine Homes, Mich. City, IN.  Structural Eng.: Andersen‐Fiene LTD, Glen Ellyn, IL.  Interior Design: The Plaid Rabbit, Mich. City, IN.  b e r n e c h e ² a r c h i t e c tur e , pc  •  314 i l l i n o i s  s t r e e t •  g l e n e l l y n,  Illinois  6 0 1 3 7 . 5 6 6 9 •  w w w . B e r n c he 2 . c o m      
    • Private Lakeside Residence • LaPorte, Indiana berneche² architecture, pc • 314 illinois street • glen ellyn, illinois 60137.5669 • 630.962.9394 • www.Bernche2.com
    • Lakeside Residence in LaPorte, Indiana The owner bought a set of house plans and had us modify to include stone and shingle veneer, and to turn the small scale dinette and screened porch into a formal dining room and three seasons room angled to match the master bedroom wing. The kitchen was reconfigured as part of the dining room redesign. We designed the decks including the arched balcony framing views from the family room and patio. A freestanding three-car garage with an upper level workshop was constructed along the street which creates a private entrance plaza. Completed 2004. Contractor: Wineholt Construction; Wanatah, Indiana berneche² architecture, pc • 314 illinois street • glen ellyn, illinois 60137.5669 • 630.962.9394 • www.Bernche2.com
    • Elkhart Central High School • Elkhart, Indiana done as project architect with fanning/howey associates; michigan city, Indiana • timothy c. berneche • 630.962.9394 • www.Bernche2.com
    • Elkhart Central Additions and Renovations Timothy Berneche served as the Project Architect while employed at Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc., Michigan City, Indiana. The project began as a fifteen classroom addition to a 1965 building. Further design study revealed a benefit of converting the existing library into science classrooms and adding on a new library and administrative wing. New Music and Drama Classrooms were also added. The curves of the addition were done to minimize parking lost and to change the old boxy look. A curved canopy creates a strong entry, provides solar shading for library windows, and unifies the high school with a daycare wing to the north. The music/drama wing was curved to maximize available land along the curve of Blazer Boulevard. Interior work included renovation of all classrooms, overhaul of the industrial tech wing into simulation labs, and ADA compliance to all existing areas. Images: Media Center (top four), Music Rehearsal, and North Entrance / TAPP Wing. Cost: $17.5 M; The Skillman Group, Construction Manager done as project architect with fanning/howey associates; michigan city, Indiana • timothy c. berneche • 630.962.9394 • www.Bernche2.com
    • done as project architect with fanning/howey associates; michigan city, Indiana • timothy c. berneche • 630.962.9394 • www.Bernche2.com
    • Avon Lake HS Additions and Renovations Timothy Berneche served as the Project Architect while employed at Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc., Michigan City, Indiana. A unique aspect of the project was a significant addition that would connect a freestanding metal gymnasium to the main school building. Also an older field house attached to the school was demolished and replaced with a 1,000-seat auditorium with full working stage with fly loft. Significant renovation was done to most all of the existing buildings as part of the project including research and remediation of failing cavity wall construction in the 1974 addition. Coordination between the Celina, Michigan City, and an Indianapolis theater consultant offices was managed by Tim. The facility was designed to allow for extensive community use in that the commons serves as a cafeteria and rentable banquet facility. Cost: $24,000,000; Construction Time 24 months Phased, Construction Manager: Turner Construction Cleveland done as project architect with fanning/howey associates; michigan city, Indiana • timothy c. berneche • 630.962.9394 • www.Bernche2.com
    • Lowell High School • Lowell, Indiana before done as project architect/designer with fanning/howey associates; michigan city, Indiana • timothy c. berneche • 630.962.9394 • www.Bernche2.com
    • Lowell HS Additions and Renovations after Timothy Berneche served as co-Project Architect, Designer, and Manager with Doug Wickstrom and Roger Hulsey at Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc., Michigan City, Indiana. The before original 1969 building, innovative for its time, was an open concept school with no natural light or privacy, and was very difficult to secure after hours areas from the academic wing. Windows and skylights were a priority. There were three primary additions: auditorium and music rooms, athletic and kitchen, and industrial tech. Additions were arranged to make best utilization of newly created courtyards both to maximize interior natural light and secure outdoor academic and dining spaces. Open corridors were closed up and corridors were arranged to provide excellent after hours building security. Unique features of the project include conversion of the original shop areas into the new library, and three 70-foot translucent skylights intersecting at a pyramidal skylight. The Project has received awards from American School & University magazine and Northern Indiana AIA. done as project architect/designer with fanning/howey associates; michigan city, Indiana • timothy c. berneche • 630.962.9394 • www.Bernche2.com