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Portfolio

  1. 1. Portfolio C100
  2. 2. David Bradley Caimbeul, AIA, NCARB Architecture + Urban Planning 704 Oakland Avenue SE Atlanta, Georgia 30315 1434 United States mobile 01 404 877 8126 dcaimbeul @ urbanschema.com www.urbanschema.com C101
  3. 3. C100 Cover T100 Table of Contents A100 Undergraduate A200 Thesis – Bachelor of Architecture A251 Master of Science in Architecture A300 Projects F100 Fine Art T100
  4. 4. Arch 371: University of Tennessee, School of Paleontology, Knoxville, Tennessee,1992.12 Building Systems Integration – First Floor & Site Plan Professor: Randall Jones A100
  5. 5. Arch 371: University of Tennessee, School of Paleontology, Knoxville, Tennessee,1992.12 Building Systems Integration - North & South Elevations Professor: Randall Jones A101
  6. 6. Arch 371: University of Tennessee, School of Paleontology, Knoxville, Tennessee,1992.12 Building Systems Integration – 1/16”=1’0” Model Views Professor: Randall Jones A102
  7. 7. Arch 372: Fixed Base Operator Hangars, Smyrna Airport Competition, Smyrna, Tennessee, 1993.05 Professor: Peter Lizon Honorable Mention 100.00 USD Prize A110
  8. 8. Arch 472: Martin Luther King Boulevard Mixed-Use Development, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1994.05 Front Elevation Professor: Stroud Watson Recipient American Institute of Architects, Middle Tennessee Chapter, Honor Award, 500.00 USD Prize A120
  9. 9. Arch 472: Martin Luther King Boulevard Mixed-Use Development, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1994.05 First Floor Plan Professor: Stroud Watson Recipient American Institute of Architects, Middle Tennessee Chapter, Honor Award, 500.00 USD Prize A121
  10. 10. Arch 472: Martin Luther King Boulevard Mixed-Use Development, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1994.05 Building & Site Section Professor: Stroud Watson Recipient American Institute of Architects, Middle Tennessee Chapter, Honor Award, 500.00 USD Prize A122
  11. 11. Residence Courtyard Ulica Stolarska, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Personal Sketchbook Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A130
  12. 12. St Mark’s Church, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Personal Sketchbook Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A131
  13. 13. Ulica Skalecza + Tower of Corpus Christi, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Personal Sketchbook Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A132
  14. 14. Ulica Spitalna, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Personal Sketchbook Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A133
  15. 15. Rynek Głowny, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Personal Sketchbook Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A134
  16. 16. Mixed-Use Development – Studies, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Professor: Christoph Bojanowski Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A140
  17. 17. Mixed-Use Development – Plan Concept, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Professor: Christoph Bojanowski Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A141
  18. 18. Mixed-Use Development – Plan Proportions, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Professor: Christoph Bojanowski Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A142
  19. 19. Mixed-Use Development – Plan Concept, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Professor: Christoph Bojanowski Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A143
  20. 20. Mixed-Use Development – Volumetric Elevation Sketches, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Professor: Christoph Bojanowski Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A144
  21. 21. Wood Cabinet Detail, Zakopane, Poland, 1994.07 Personal Sketchbook Summer Study Abroad, Politechnika Kràkowska Wood Door Detail, Zakopane, Poland, 1994.07 Personal Sketchbook Summer Study Abroad, Politechnika Kràkowska A150
  22. 22. Saint Charles Bridge, Prague, Czech Republic, 1994.08 Personal Sketchbook Traveling Credit, Politechnika Kràkowska A151
  23. 23. Clem-Gallus Palace Entrance, Prague, Czech Republic, 1994.08 Personal Sketchbook Traveling Credit, Politechnika Kràkowska A152
  24. 24. Arch 572: Thesis Project: A Habitat of Parts, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association, Charleston, South Carolina, 1995.05 Final Presentation Faculty Advisor: Stroud Watson A200
  25. 25. A201 Arch 572: Thesis Project: A Habitat of Parts, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association, Charleston, South Carolina, 1995.05 Front Elevation Faculty Advisor: Stroud Watson Arch 572: Thesis Project: A Habitat of Parts, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association, Charleston, South Carolina, 1995.05 Building Section with Lab Elevation Faculty Advisor: Stroud Watson
  26. 26. A250 Graduate Urban Design Studio: Friendship Village - Forming blacks, lots, and streets by reshaping hydrological units Faculty Advisors: Nancey Green Leigh, Professor of City and Regional Planning ; Richard Dagenhart, Associate Professor of Architecture ; John Skach, Adjunct Professor; Senior Associate, Urban Collage
  27. 27. A251 Graduate Urban Design Studio: Friendship Village – Subdivision Plan with storm water flows Faculty Advisors: Nancey Green Leigh, Professor of City and Regional Planning ; Richard Dagenhart, Associate Professor of Architecture ; John Skach, Adjunct Professor; Senior Associate, Urban Collage
  28. 28. A252 Graduate Urban Design Studio: Friendship Village – Storm water strategy and street types Faculty Advisors: Nancey Green Leigh, Professor of City and Regional Planning ; Richard Dagenhart, Associate Professor of Architecture ; John Skach, Adjunct Professor; Senior Associate, Urban Collage
  29. 29. A253 Graduate Urban Design Studio: Friendship Village – Rivertown Road Section Faculty Advisors: Nancey Green Leigh, Professor of City and Regional Planning ; Richard Dagenhart, Associate Professor of Architecture ; John Skach, Adjunct Professor; Senior Associate, Urban Collage
  30. 30. A254 Graduate Urban Design Studio: Friendship Village – Rain Garden Street Section Faculty Advisors: Nancey Green Leigh, Professor of City and Regional Planning ; Richard Dagenhart, Associate Professor of Architecture ; John Skach, Adjunct Professor; Senior Associate, Urban Collage
  31. 31. A255 Graduate Urban Design Studio: Friendship Village – Street of Bridges Section Faculty Advisors: Nancey Green Leigh, Professor of City and Regional Planning ; Richard Dagenhart, Associate Professor of Architecture ; John Skach, Adjunct Professor; Senior Associate, Urban Collage
  32. 32. A256 Graduate Urban Design Studio: Friendship Village – Transfer Street Section Faculty Advisors: Nancey Green Leigh, Professor of City and Regional Planning ; Richard Dagenhart, Associate Professor of Architecture ; John Skach, Adjunct Professor; Senior Associate, Urban Collage
  33. 33. A257 Graduate Urban Design Studio: Friendship Village – Residential Stop Street Section Faculty Advisors: Nancey Green Leigh, Professor of City and Regional Planning ; Richard Dagenhart, Associate Professor of Architecture ; John Skach, Adjunct Professor; Senior Associate, Urban Collage
  34. 34. A258 Graduate Urban Design Studio: Friendship Village – Illustrative Plan Faculty Advisors: Nancey Green Leigh, Professor of City and Regional Planning ; Richard Dagenhart, Associate Professor of Architecture ; John Skach, Adjunct Professor; Senior Associate, Urban Collage
  35. 35. A260 Graduate Urban Design Studio: Redeveloping Chattanooga Westside – Illustrative Plan Faculty Advisors: Richard Dagenhart, Associate Professor of Architecture ; Perry Yang, Associate Professor of Architecture and City and Regional Planning
  36. 36. A261 Graduate Urban Design Studio: Redeveloping Chattanooga Westside – Westside Urban Housing BIM used to model storm water strategies for proposed Chattanooga Housing and Retail Districts. Faculty Advisors: Richard Dagenhart, Associate Professor of Architecture ; Perry Yang, Associate Professor of Architecture and City and Regional Planning
  37. 37. A262 Graduate Urban Design Studio: Redeveloping Chattanooga Westside – Westside Housing Building Information Model Renderings Faculty Advisors: Richard Dagenhart, Associate Professor of Architecture ; Perry Yang, Associate Professor of Architecture and City and Regional Planning
  38. 38. A263 Graduate Urban Design Studio: Redeveloping Chattanooga Westside – Westside Housing Building Information Model Elevations Faculty Advisors: Richard Dagenhart, Associate Professor of Architecture ; Perry Yang, Associate Professor of Architecture and City and Regional Planning
  39. 39. New Dormitory Development, Nellis Air Force Base, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1997.01 Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence, Planning Assistance Team Project Architect: David B. Caimbeul A300
  40. 40. City-Base Center Concept, McGuire Air Force Base, New Jersey, 1997.04 Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence, Planning Assistance Team Project Architect: David B. Caimbeul A301
  41. 41. Medical Supply Annex Renovation & Entrance, Charleston Air Force Base, Charleston, South Carolina, 1996.07 Scope: 12,020 SF [1117 SM] Cost: 270,000 USD Project Architect: David B. Caimbeul Designer of Record: McKellar & Associates, Ltd A302
  42. 42. Passenger Terminal Renovation, Distinguished Visitor Entrance, Charleston Air Force Base, Charleston, South Carolina, 1998 Scope: 1500 SF [135 SM] Cost: 128,000 USD Project Architect: David B. Caimbeul A303
  43. 43. Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Center, Columbus, Ohio, 2002 Scope: 65,000 SF [6038 SM] Cost: 11,500,000 USD Program Architect: David B. Caimbeul Designer of Record: HNTB Architecture Inc A310
  44. 44. Bachelor Enlisted Quarters, Naval Air Station Atlanta, Georgia, 2003 Scope: 29,500 SF [2741 SM] Cost: 6,100,000 USD Program Architect: David B. Caimbeul Designer of Record: Studio South Architects, PLLC A311
  45. 45. Kasen Residence, Porch Addition, Summerville, South Carolina, 2003 Elevation & Plan Scope: 300 SF [27.8 SM] Cost: 34,000 USD Project Designer: David B. Caimbeul A312
  46. 46. Kasen Residence, Porch Addition, Summerville, South Carolina, 2003 Reflected Ceiling Plan & Enlarged Floor Plan Scope: 300 SF [27.8 SM] Cost: 34,000 USD Project Designer: David B. Caimbeul A313
  47. 47. Naval Air Reserve Training Center, Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas, 2005 Scope: 27,600 SF [2564 SM] Cost: 6,900,000 USD Program Architect: David B. Caimbeul Designer of Record: Burns & McDonnell A314
  48. 48. Kiawah Residence Rendering, Kiawah Island, South Carolina, 2007 Scope: 4,000 SF [372 SM] Cost: 3,500,000 USD Presentation: David B. Caimbeul Designer of Record: Roman Hudson A315
  49. 49. Historic Grant Park Carriage House, Atlanta, Georgia, 2010 Concept Documents A316
  50. 50. Saint Philip’s Church, Charleston, South Carolina, 2006.02 Charcoal and Chalk on Linen F100
  51. 51. Saint Jean Pied de Port, France, 1988.04 Oil on canvas F101
  52. 52. Loch Fin, Inbher-aora, Alba 2007.06 Photography F102

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