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  • 1. MATTHEW RYAN BONNETTE Architecture Design Protfolio Degree: Bachelors of Science in Architecture Previous School: The University of Texas at San Antonio Degree Seeking: Masters of Architecture First Professional UTSA ID: 00839784
  • 2. Matthew Ryan Bonnette Architecture Design Portfolio A comprehensive portfolio containing works in Architectural Design and Graphic Arts completed at both The University of Texas at San Antonio College of Architecture and Kipp Flores Architects Mission Statement: It is my goal, as both a student and as an employee in the field of Architectural Design, to continue an education towards a Masters in Architecture. Through obtaining a Masters Degree in Architecture I will be able to prepare myself for certification through the American Institute of Architecture (AIA). Upon completion of certification, it will be my goal to use the knowledge I have gained to design new and inventive sustainable buildings. Through an honest and ethical practice I plan to assist clients meet their architectural needs while implementing the newest and most sustainable building practices, while also continu- ing to educate myself in the latest technologies available in design and construction of buildings. 0 0 1
  • 3. 0 0 2 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO
  • 4. 0 0 3 Table of Contents College of Architecture 1st Year: 005 -Design 1 -A Place For Sun -Design 2 -Presentations Kiosk -UTSA Cafe & Pavilion -Artist Loft Project College Of Architecture 2nd Year: 013 -Design 3 -Animal Shelter -Dance Studio -Design 4 -8-Plex Student Housing -Multi-Use River Project College Of Architecture 3rd Year: 043 -Architecture Studio 1 -College Recreation Center -Swim Center -Architecture Studio 2 -Farmers Market -Immigration Museum College Of Architecture 4th Year: 065 -Systems Studio 1 -Researcher Housing Kipp Flores Architects: 081 -Floor Plan Artwork -Elevation Artwork -Computer Renderings -Plot Plans
  • 5. 0 0 4 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Preface Matthew Ryan Bonnette Throughout my life, architecture has been an interest which has been a driving force behind the paths I have taken, leading me to where I am today. From a young age, I discovered what architecture was and it became a dream of mine to obtain a degree and license in the practice of architecture. I began taking an architecture and AutoCAD course in my senior year of high school at McNeil High School in Austin. Upon taking the course, my interest in architecture grew. After graduating high school, I attended Austin Community College in order to complete my core courses and continue education in architecture. While at Austin Community College, I completed a number of courses in the study of architecture and AutoCAD training. There I enrolled in a residential architecture course which sparked my interest in residential architecture. It was while I was enrolled at Austin Community College that I began working for Kipp Flores Architects, an Austin based architecture firm specializing in single and multi-family dwellings with clients in twenty nine states. Under the direction of Cary Kipp and Sabas Flores, I began training in site planning and computer graphics. While working for Kipp Flores Architects, my role in the company has increased to plan changes which includes working along side designers to find the best solutions to the problems at hand, handling the companies graphic need for clients in both two dimensional and three dimensional floor plan and elevation graphics, and beginning my IDP training hours for NCARB. My work with Kipp Flores Architects has increased my interest in residential architecture, and has helped direct my career path. Richard Mier once wrote about houses that, “symbolically they have always maintained a potent force, both as a vivid representation of lives lived inside their walls and as a powerful influence over the changing course of architecture over centuries”. After completing most of my core courses at Austin Community College, I transferred to The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) College of Architecture. While there, I continued working thirty hours a week with Kipp Flores Architects in Austin, and commuting to San Antonio for classes. At UTSA, I studied all different aspects of design which has increased my interest in architecture and specifically in sustainable design practices.
  • 6. 0 0 5 College of Architecture The University of Texas at San Antonio 1st Year Design Work Work completed in Design I and Design II while attend- ing the College of architecture at The University of Texas at San Antonio. Projects consist of “A Place for Sunlight”, “Presentation Kiosk”, UTSA Cafe and Pavil- ion”, and “An Artist Loft/Studio”
  • 7. 0 0 6 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO A Place for Sunlight Project: To design and build a structure which represents a “Place For Sunlight”. Students are restricted to the use of lattice wood, string and cloth to build the structure and must design and implement joints with these materials. The structure must be free standing with a size limitation of 6’x6’x12’. Upon the completion, each project is placed along side other students work to create a “street”. The project should be able to withstand the elements outside for a period of two days while on display in Bill Miller Plaza. Built by myself and three other students. I was primary designer and builder of the project Preliminary Sketch How the Structure Meets the Sky How the Structure Meets the Ground
  • 8. 0 0 7 Presentation Kiosk Project: Students were to design a kiosk to be used by the College Of Architecture as a temporary student project display. The kiosk would be located on the University of Texas at San Antonio downtown campus grounds for public viewing of projects. The kiosk was to be able to house two projects, consisting of one model and one drawing. The kiosk should be able to protect the projects from the elements, as well as use natural day lighting in order to light the space. Design and drawings created by myself. Floor Plan Hand Drawn Perspective Circulation Concept Sketch Section Front Elevation Color Perspective Rendering
  • 9. 0 0 8 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO UTSA Cafe & Pavilion Project: Design a Cafe and Pavilion to be placed on campus at the University of Texas at San Antonio downtown campus. The cafe will be utilized by students as a place to eat and work on school projects. The pavilion will be used as outside seating and as a place for performances. Requirements: Buildings must use as little electricity as possible and find alternate ways to cool the building. Concept: Connect the site with the city of San Antonio and its main attraction, The River Walk. Site Layout
  • 10. 0 0 9 Artist Loft Project Project: Design a loft to be built in San Antonio, adjacent to the river, for a photographer. The loft should consist of living section, along with a gallery and a place for the artist to work. Restrictions: Building must be within 9 meters x 21 meters x 10 meters, and will be designed to fit between the lofts designed by the other students. Design Idea: A modern architecture design with the use of exposed metal floor trusses on the first floor to help make the kitchen look larger. The use of large windows on the front of the loft will help to light the space with natural day lighting. Section Color Interior Rendering Hand Drawn Perspective Color Front Elevation
  • 11. 0 1 0 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO First Floor Second Floor Third Floor
  • 12. 0 1 1 Color Interior Rendering
  • 13. 0 1 2 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO
  • 14. 0 1 3 College of Architecture The University of Texas at San Antonio 2nd Year Design Work Work completed in Design III and Design IV while attending the College of architecture at The University of Texas at San Antonio. Projects consist of “Animal Shelter”, “Dance Studio”, “8-Plex Student Housing” and “Multi-Use River Project”
  • 15. M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Animal Shelter Project: Design a canine & feline animal adoption center to be used in the San Antonio area. The adoption center should be able to adequately house both dog and cats, as well as be able to showcase the animals for adoption. Must use the knowledge gained by the field trip visits to local animal shelters in the design. Section Details 0 1 4 Arial Site View
  • 16. MAIN BUILDING: 3816 sq ft MIN FIRST FLOOR: 2285 sq ft MIN LOBBY: 406 sq ft MIN RECEPTION DESK INFORMATIONAL SERVICES (KEOSK) APPLICATION/PAPERWORK STAND MONEY TRANSACTION DESK MERCHANDISE DISPLAY AREAS VENDING MACHINES SEATING PUBLIC RESTROOMS ADMINISTRATIVE TASK ADMINISTRATIVE WORKROOM: 100 sq ft MIN CONFERENCE ROOM: 406 sq ft MIN CABNITS COUNTERTOPS PRESENTATION BOARD PROJECTOR ATTACHMENTS PROJECTOR SCREEN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: 369 sq ft MIN DESK SPACE BUILT IN BOOK SHELVES/CABINETS INFORMAL LOUNGE AREA 3 EXECUTIVE OFFICES: EACH 125 sq ft MIN EXECUTIVE SECRETARY: 168 sq ft MIN OPERATIONS DIRECTOR: 255 sq ft MIN PUBLIC RELATIONS: 206 sq ft MIN SECURE STORAGE: 148 sq ft MIN CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENTS EMPLOEE RECORDS FINANCIAL STATEMENTS SECOND FLOOR: 1383 sq ft MIN BREAKROOM FOR EMPLOYEES/STAFF: 296 sq ft MIN COUCHES TABLES TELEVISION BOOKSHELVES EMPLOYEE KITCHEN: 133 sq ft MIN SINK VENDING MACHINES REFRIGERATOR MICROWAVE COUNTER CABINETS TABLE WATER COOLER LOCKER ROOMS: 843 sq ft MIN LOCKERS TOILETS SHOWERS SINKS COUNTER SPACE QUIET ROOM: 111 sq ft MIN LARGE WINDOWS COUCH COFFEE TABLE 0 1 5 Site Plan Bubble Diagram
  • 17. 0 1 6 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO First Floor Plan Main Building Rendering Second Floor Plan Front Elevation
  • 18. 0 1 7 Education Building Floor Plan Education Building Elevation Education Building Floor Plan
  • 19. 0 1 8 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Canine Adoption Floor Plan Canine Adoption Elevation Canine Adoption Elevation
  • 20. 0 1 9 Feline Adoption Floor Plan Feline Adoption Elevation Feline Adoption Elevation
  • 21. 0 2 0 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Canine Kennels Floor Plan Canine Kennels Rendering
  • 22. 0 2 1 Animal Clinic Front Elevation Animal Clinic Floor Plan Animal Clinic Rendering
  • 23. Dance Studio Project: Design a dance studio to be used as a place to practice as well as a place in which to preform. Restriction: The auditorium must be able to house 150 people on the first level as well as 100 people on the second level. Concept: Movement of a salsa dancer. The design was derived from transforming moves of a pair of salsa dancers into shapes which eventually made up the shapes of the building. REQUIRED Storage area: 32’x46’ MIN Public restrooms: 12’x6’ MIN Snack & Serving area: 120 sq ft. MIN Ticket Booth: 4’x4’ per person MIN Lobby: 27’x18’ MIN Green Room: 144 sq ft. MIN Fly Loft: 8’x46’ 20’ high MIN Rehearsal studio: 800 sq ft each MIN Restroom: 30 sq ft each MIN Dressing room: 400 sq ft. MIN Apartment: 800 sq ft. MIN Storage area: 225 sq ft. each MIN Class room: 400 sq ft. MIN Café: 1500 sq ft. MIN Parking and loading dock: 72’x70’ MIN Marquee: 5’x7’ MIN Musicians practice rooms: 600 sq ft. MIN MY NEEDS Stage area: 1300 sq ft MIN Auditorium: 4900 sq ft MIN Public restrooms: 130 sq ft MIN Snack & Serving area: 1500 sq ft MIN Ticket Booth: 500 sq ft MIN Lobby: 1500 sq ft MIN Green Room: 144 sq ft. MIN Fly Loft: 8’x46’ 20’ high MIN Rehearsal studio: 800 sq ft each MIN Restroom: 30 sq ft MIN Dressing room: 400 sq ft MIN Apartment: 900 sq ft MIN Storage area: 225 sq ft. each MIN Class room: 400 sq ft. MIN Café: 1000 sq ft MIN Parking and loading dock: 2’x70’ MIN Marquee: 5’x7’ MIN Musicians practice rooms: 600 sq ft. MIN Site Plan M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO 0 2 2
  • 24. 0 2 3 Dance Studio First Floor Plan Dance Studio Second Floor Plan Dance Studio Basement Plan
  • 25. 0 2 4 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO
  • 26. 0 2 5 Apartment First Floor Plan Apartment Second Floor Plan Apartment Third Floor Plan Apartment Front Elevation Apartment First Floor Plan
  • 27. 0 2 6 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO
  • 28. 0 2 7 Dance Studio Front Elevation Dance Studio Left Elevation
  • 29. 8-Plex Student Housing Project: Find a site within 10 minutes of Bill Miller Plaza and design an 8-plex student housing facility to be occupied by the students of the University of Texas at San Antonio downtown campus. Requirements: Must have at least to loft units, two one bedroom units and two two bedroom units. Buildings could not be over 40’ tall, must have at least one covered and one uncovered parking space per unit. Must leave space for future development. Concept: Community. The design of the building is to give the students a sence of community, in which the students could get to know ans work with fellow students to succeed in school. The community center, center corridor, and roof top access helps to bring the students together. 0 2 8 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Preliminary Sketch Site Plan Hand Rendering
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  • 31. 0 3 0 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Second Floor Plan First Floor Plan Stair Detail
  • 32. 0 3 1 Third Floor Plan Wall Section Rear Aerial Rendering Side Rendering
  • 33. 0 3 2 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Front Elevation Rendering
  • 34. 0 3 3 Front Elevation Rear Elevation
  • 35. 0 3 4 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Studio Floor Plan Studio Section Loft First Floor Plan Loft Second Floor Plan Loft First Section 2 Bedroom First Floor Plan 2 Bedroom Second Floor Plan
  • 36. 0 3 5
  • 37. M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Multi-Use River Project 0 3 6 Project: Design a multiuse building to occupy the site located adjacent to Main Plaza. Requirements: Street and River level must be made up of commercial shops/eateries. Second level must be made up of offices. Finally, the third through sixth floor must be made up of residential living space. The building must allow for pedestrian traffic from Main Plaza to the Riverwalk, and the structure should include an element of green architecture. Concept: The concept for this multi-use building is a sense of connectivity. The building utilizes a large open center in order to connect the residential, office and commercial levels. The building also utilizes a large opening on the main plaza side which sees through to a large perforated metal screen which opens to the river. Finally, the building uses design elements on the exterior to help to connect the new structure to the older structures which help to make up main plaza. River Level (Department Stores/Food Court) Street Level (Department Stores)
  • 38. 0 3 7 Site Plan Third Floor (Office Spaces) Fourth Level (Apartments) Fifth Level (Apartments)
  • 39. 0 3 8 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Front ElevationLeft Elevation Right Elevation Rear Elevation
  • 40. 0 3 9 Front Elevation Rendering From Main Plaza
  • 41. 0 4 0 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO One Bedroom Apartment Two Bedroom Apartment Two Bedroom w/ Gameroom Apartment
  • 42. 0 4 1 Rear Elevation Rendering
  • 43. 0 4 2 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO
  • 44. College of Architecture The University of Texas at San Antonio 3rd Year Studio Work Work completed in Architecture Studio I & Architecture Studio II while attending the College of architecture at The University of Texas at San Antonio. Projects consist of “College Recreation Center”, “Swim Center”, “Farmers Market” and “Immigration Museum” 0 4 3
  • 45. 0 4 4 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO College Recreation Center Project: Design a College Recreation Center to be utilized by the students at the University of Texas at San Antonio downtown campus. Requirements: Create the recreation center as one part in a two part design. The recreation center will be located on the same lot as the Swim Center and should be designed to connect with the future swim center. Concept: The concept for this project although it may seem simple, is recreating community through the design of a building. After studying communities starting with large scale cities down to residential communities all of which keep a similar aspect. At the center of the community there is an area which is highly accessed by the community, as the rings start expanding out from the center the spaces begin to be less entire public oriented and more oriented to users with specific needs, until we end up in the private living which is no longer public space. I intend to represent this by placing at the center of the building the locker/bathrooms since this is a place which will need to be accessed by all users of the building, and then begin expanding out with areas such as the café, basketball and tennis courts since these are areas of high interest to many of the users. Since the site is small the expanding rings will begin to expand upwards where the second floor is composed of cardio, weights and specialty workout rooms, and beginning on the third floor will be the outer ring of private living areas. The living areas will be organized to promote community with a central congre- gating terrace, with the apartments forming an outer ring around the terrace. COMMUNITY CENTER PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION: ATHLETICS: STUDENT HOUSING -INFORMATION/RECEPTION DESK -LOCKER ROOMS/SHOWERS/BATHROOMS -LOFT APARTMENTS -WORKERS LOUNGE W/ KITCHEN -TRAINER/MEDICAL ATTENTION AREA -1 BEDROOM APARTMENTS -STAFF REST ROOMS UNISEX -BASKETBALL COURTS -2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS -STAFF WORKROOM -TENNIS COURTS -ELEVATORS -MANAGER’S OFFICE -MULTI-PURPOSE ATHLETICS/COMMUNITY GAME COURT -FIRE STAIRS -ASSISTANT’S OFFICE -EQUIPMENT STORAGE AREA -TRAINER’S OFFICE -WEIGHT STATION/CARDIO EQUIPMENT -CONFERENCE ROOM -INDOOR TRACK AREA -OFFICE STORAGE AREA -SPECIAL WORKOUT ROOMS -PRINTING/COPY ROOM -REST ROOMS COMMUNITY LOUNGING: RESTRICTED: -LOUNGE AREA -SECURITY PANEL ROOM -CAFE -SECURITY OFFICE -COMPUTER LOUNGE AREA -A/C AND HEATING ROOM -WORKSHOP/SEMINAR ROOM -JANITORIAL/JANITORIAL SUPPLY ROOM -REST ROOMS -RECEIVING DOCK/TRASH -RECYCLING/WASTE STATION -RAIN WATER RETENTION AREA
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  • 47. First Floor Plan 0 4 6 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Second Floor Plan
  • 48. 0 4 7 Third Floor Plan Fourth Floor Plan Front Elevation
  • 49. 0 4 8 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Rear Elevation Left Elevation Right Elevation
  • 50. 0 4 9
  • 51. M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Swim Center 0 5 0 Project: Design a swim center adjacent to the College Recreation Center Requirements: Create an indoor swim center to be utilized by the University of Texas at San Antonio. Create an outdoor pool for use by the community adjacent to the downtown campus. Concept: Create a facility that plays in with the San Antonio River Walk. Sink the pools below street level with an outdoor pool in the center, indoor aquatic center to one side and student housing to the other. Street Level Looking at the Aquatic Center
  • 52. 0 5 1 Street Level Looking at the Student Apartments
  • 53. 0 5 2 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Below Street Level Looking at the Aquatic Center
  • 54. 0 5 3 Street Level Looking at the Aquatic Center
  • 55. 0 5 4 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Farmers Market PROJECT: Design a Farmers Market for the use of the people of San Antonio, located at 1500 S. Zarzamora Street San Antonio, TX, 78207-7210. The Farmers Market will be located behind San Antonio Produce Terminal. The Farmers Market is to include places for the sale of produce goods, meat goods, dining facilities, permanent vendors as well as temporary or seasonal vendors. CONCEPT: Farmers Markets are typically seen as a shopping destination for the health conscious individuals who wish to take care of their bodies by eating healthy farm fresh produce. Because of this, the Farmers Market was designed to promote outdoor activity for the customers who visit the market. There is a large outdoor vendors plaza for temporary vendors to set up kiosk between the plaza’s clock tower and reflection pond. The retail vendors are located at one end of the market and all the food based shopping is based at the other end of the market. This it to allow for the smells of all the fresh meats, produce and bakeries to intermix to create a pleasant aroma for the customers of the market. Both the meat market and produce market buildings use an accordion style windows and doors to allow the market spaces to be fully opened up creating a natural air flow in and around the buildings. The market also incorporates many environmental features. The market takes advantage of rain fall for water harvesting to be used to water surrounding vegetation, clean floors and parking areas, as well as in the bathroom facilities. The market also takes advantage of the suns natural energy with the use of solar panels on the grounds and on the roofs of the buildings to harvest the suns energy. This energy is used to power the many electrical items of the market as well as to heat water on the grounds. Also, since almost everything at the market is compost able, the market takes advantage of this in recycling its by products to produce compost fertilizer to be reused to help grow new plants. These environmental features are proudly displayed in the market to show the customers how the market is run and that the Farmers Market is doing its part for the environment. FEATURES: -ENVIRONMENTAL FEATURES -RECYCLING/COMPOST: Compost is formed when organic matter (material that comes from plants or animals) decomposes aerobically (with oxygen). The resulting nitrogen- and carbon-rich substance can be added to soil to improve its structure, provide and hold soil nutrients, prevent erosion, and encourage beneficial insects and microorganisms. WHAT IS COMPOST ABLE Fruit, vegetables, meat, poultry, seafood, shellfish, bones, rice, beans, pasta, bread, cheese, and eggshells, oyster shells, burritos (without foil wrappers), etc. waxed cardboard, napkins, paper towels, paper plates, paper cups (without lids) paper milk cartons, tea bags, coffee grounds/filters, floral trimmings, tree trimmings, leaves, grass, brush, weeds, paper plates, paper coffee cups, and "bio-plastics," which look like plastic but are made out of corn, soy, potatoes, or other organic materials. -DUAL AXES TRACKING SOLAR PANELS: A dual axis tracking system is a system that follows the sun in multiple angles ensuring that the sunbeam angle is 100% correct on the panel. By tracking the sun, the efficiency of the solar panels can be increased by 30-40%. The dual axis tracking system is also used for concentrating a solar reflector toward the concentrator on heliostat systems. -SOLAR AND PREMIUM METAL ROOFS: Metal roofing on all buildings which is the ideal roofing material to maximize rain water harvesting from the roof tops of building. Inserted between the standing seams are premium solar panels used to collect the suns energy and convert it into electricity. -RAIN WATER HARVESTING: The tanks are constructed from a linear low polyethylene membrane laid on a compacted sand base. Inside the tank are specially constructed void expanders that support the structure and are strong enough to build over when the tank is completed. Once the tank is in place, it is protected by an outer wrapping of geotextile mesh and buried below ground level. The recycled water is returned to a dual water system in the roof of the building for use.
  • 56. 1) PRODUCE MARKET 2) LANDSCAPED SPACE 3) CAFE 4) MEAT MARKET 5) WATER TANKS 6) PERMANENT VENDOR/FOOD COURT 7) FRESH HERB/PRODUCE GARDEN 8) CLOCK TOWER 9) TEMPORARY VENDOR PLAZA 10) REFLECTION POND 11) SOLAR PANEL AREA 12) PERMANENT VENDOR 13) FUTURE LIGHT RAIL TERMINAL 0 5 5
  • 57. 0 5 6 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Aerial Rendering of Farmers Market
  • 58. 0 5 7 Water Silos
  • 59. 0 5 8 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Immigration Museum Project: Design an Immigration museum for the people of San Antonio to be located at the corner of Nueva Street and St Marys Street. The Museum will house exhibits showing the different cultures of America and to tell the stories of the immigration from other countries into America. Concept: America is made up of many different cultures from all over the world. America was started as a country for immigrants, with new immigrants entering the country each year. I wanted the building to be an attraction that would be seen as another tourist attraction to add to San Antonio, as well as a place where the citizens of San Antonio would visit multiple times. Because of this, I wanted the building to have a very appeasing as the tic appearance. The building is located right on the San Antonio River, which is already a very popular attraction for tourist as well as the citizens of San Antonio. The Building promotes a lot of Curtain Glazing to help bring in natural lighting into the building to light the exhibits. Because some of the exhibits could be harmed by direct natural lighting there are Curtain walls behind the glazing to help allow the light into the building while also diverting the natural light away from the exhibits. The building is made up of six large cast concrete partitions which are unfinished both inside and out. The buildings first floor consist of a cafe with both indoor and outdoor seating for visitors to eat while at the museum. Also, there is a gift shop for visitors to purchase different items to remember their trip to the museum. The first floor also houses the largest exhibit space for the exhibits which are fairly constant in the museum. In the second floor there is the traveling exhibit space for special exhibits that might come through the San Antonio area. The basement is dedicated to the storage and preservation of exhibits. The museum also houses its own theater space for presentations and immigration history movies. Immigration Museum Site Plan
  • 60. 0 5 9 Immigration Museum Front Rendering
  • 61. 0 6 0 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO 1 5 432 6 7 8 SECTION ‘A’ SECTION ‘B’ 1 - PRESERVATION ROOM 2 - PRESERVATION ROOM 3 - PRESERVATION ROOM 4 - PRESERVATION ROOM 5 - EXHIBIT STORAGE 6 - FREIGHT ELEVATOR 7 - FREIGHT ELEVATOR 8 - FREIGHT ELEVATOR 1 SECTION ‘B’ SECTION ‘A’ 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 7 6 54 3 2 1 - EXHIBIT SPACE 2 - EXHIBIT SPACE 3 - COURTYARD 4 - GIFT SHOP 5 - CAFE 6 - COURTYARD 7 - LOBBY 8 - OFFICE 9 - OFFICE 10 - OFFICE 11 - OUTSIDE WALK 12 - STORAGE 13 - STORAGE Immigration Museum First Floor Plan Immigration Museum Second Floor Plan
  • 62. 0 6 1 1 SECTION ‘B’ SECTION ‘A’ 54 3 2 6 7 8 1 - SPECIAL EXHIBITS 2 - SPECIAL EXHIBITS 3 - SPECIAL EXHIBITS 4 - FREIGHT ELEVATOR 5 - THEATER 6 - OUTSIDE WALK 7 - OPEN TO BELOW 8 - OPEN TO BELOW Immigration Museum Third Floor Plan Immigration Museum Front Elevation Immigration Museum Right Elevation Immigration Museum Left Elevation Immigration Museum Section B Immigration Museum Section A
  • 63. 0 6 2 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO
  • 64. 0 6 3
  • 65. M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO 0 6 4
  • 66. 0 6 5 College of Architecture The University of Texas at San Antonio 4th Year Studio Work Work completed in Architecture Systems Studio I, while attending the College of architecture at The University of Texas at San Antonio. Project consist of “Researcher Housing”
  • 67. 0 6 6 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Researcher Housing Project: Design a housing facility for researcher and speaker to come to the University of Texas at San Antonio and UT Health Science Center. Requirements: The housing facility is to work with the research facility projects designed by other students. Utilize the lot to allow for future development. Design for ADA to allow for handicap access. Concept: A place for interaction. Creating a place for the researchers to come stay for extended periods of time while working at the research facility. By creating outdoor spaces that allow for seating, allows for interaction between the researcher. To utilize the views and breezes of the area, all the apartments utilize pocket doors, accordion doors and bypass doors which allow the apartments to be fully opened up to the outside. Facility III Program - (Housing) -Public Spaces - Exercise Rooms -Large Room -TV Spaces -Water Station -Free Weight Station -Cardio Station -Machine Station - Exterior Spaces for Gathering -Gardens -Tables/Chairs -Water Features -Private Rooms -1 Bed/1Bath + Study 1000 sq ft -Kitchen 127 sq ft - Living Rooms 225 sq ft - Dining Rooms 100 sq ft - Office Space 144 sq ft - Bedroom 240 sq ft - Bathroom 64 sq ft - Balcony 100 sq ft -2 Bed/2Bath + Study 1200 sq ft -Kitchen 127 sq ft - Living Rooms 225 sq ft - Dining Rooms 100 sq ft - Office Space 144 sq ft - 2 Bedrooms 400 sq ft - 2 Bathrooms 104 sq ft - Balcony 100 sq ft -3 Bed/2Bath + Study 1350 sq ft -Kitchen 127 sq ft - Living Rooms 225 sq ft - Dining Rooms 100 sq ft - Office Space 144 sq ft - 3 Bedrooms 550 sq ft - 2 Bathrooms 104 sq ft - Balcony 100 sq ft
  • 68. 0 6 7 River Side Rendering
  • 69. 0 6 8 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO First Floor Plan Second Floor Plan Third Floor Plan PUBLIC SPACE 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT TWO BEDROOM ADA APARTMENT THREE BEDROOM APARTMENT GYM
  • 70. 0 6 9 Fourth Floor Plan Fifth Floor Plan Sixth Floor Plan PUBLIC SPACE 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT TWO BEDROOM ADA APARTMENT THREE BEDROOM APARTMENT GYM
  • 71. 0 7 0 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Seventh Floor Plan Eight Floor Plan Ninth Floor Plan PUBLIC SPACE 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT TWO BEDROOM ADA APARTMENT THREE BEDROOM APARTMENT GYM
  • 72. 0 7 1 Street Side Rendering
  • 73. 0 7 2 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO First Floor One Bedroom Apartment Second Floor Section 1 Section 2
  • 74. 0 7 3 One Bedroom Apartment Rendering
  • 75. 0 7 4 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Two Bedroom Apartment First Floor Second Floor Section Floor
  • 76. 0 7 5 Two Bedroom Apartment Rendering
  • 77. 0 7 6 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Three Bedroom Apartment First Floor Second Floor Section
  • 78. 0 7 7 Three Bedroom Apartment Rendering
  • 79. M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO 0 7 8 ADA Floor Plan ADA Two Bedroom Apartment Section
  • 80. 0 7 9 ADA Apartment Rendering
  • 81. 0 8 0 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO
  • 82. 0 8 1 Kipp Flores Architects 11776 Jollyville Road, Suite 100 Austin, TX 78759 Work completed while working for Kipp Flores Architects in Austin, TX. Work consiste of site planning, two dimensional and three dimensional floor plan and eleva- tion graphics, and architectural plan changes.
  • 83. 0 8 2 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO Professional Graphics While working for Kipp Flores Architects, I have been in charge of the following task: -Color Site Plan Graphics/Layouts -Black & White Floor Plan Graphics -Color Floor Plan Graphics -2d Black & White Elevation Graphics -2d Color Elevation Graphics -3d Elevation Graphics -Working Drawing Plan Changes -Site Planning
  • 84. 0 8 3 Rear Elevation Rendering
  • 85. 0 8 4 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO
  • 86. 0 8 5
  • 87. M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO 0 8 6
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  • 89. 0 8 8 M.B.ARCHITECTUREPORTFOLIO
  • 90. 0 8 9

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