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  • 1. Portfolio C100
  • 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. 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. Arch 371: University of Tennessee, School of Paleontology, Knoxville, Tennessee,1992.12 Building Systems Integration – First Floor & Site Plan Professor: Randall Jones A100
  • 5. Arch 371: University of Tennessee, School of Paleontology, Knoxville, Tennessee,1992.12 Building Systems Integration - North & South Elevations Professor: Randall Jones A101
  • 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. Arch 372: Fixed Base Operator Hangars, Smyrna Airport Competition, Smyrna, Tennessee, 1993.05 Professor: Peter Lizon Honorable Mention 100.00 USD Prize A110
  • 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. 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. 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. Residence Courtyard Ulica Stolarska, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Personal Sketchbook Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A130
  • 12. St Mark’s Church, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Personal Sketchbook Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A131
  • 13. Ulica Skalecza + Tower of Corpus Christi, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Personal Sketchbook Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A132
  • 14. Ulica Spitalna, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Personal Sketchbook Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A133
  • 15. Rynek Głowny, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Personal Sketchbook Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A134
  • 16. Mixed-Use Development – Studies, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Professor: Christoph Bojanowski Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A140
  • 17. Mixed-Use Development – Plan Concept, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Professor: Christoph Bojanowski Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A141
  • 18. Mixed-Use Development – Plan Proportions, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Professor: Christoph Bojanowski Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A142
  • 19. Mixed-Use Development – Plan Concept, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Professor: Christoph Bojanowski Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A143
  • 20. Mixed-Use Development – Volumetric Elevation Sketches, Kràkow, Poland, 1994.06 Professor: Christoph Bojanowski Summer Study Abroad Program, Politechnika Kràkowska A144
  • 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. Saint Charles Bridge, Prague, Czech Republic, 1994.08 Personal Sketchbook Traveling Credit, Politechnika Kràkowska A151
  • 23. Clem-Gallus Palace Entrance, Prague, Czech Republic, 1994.08 Personal Sketchbook Traveling Credit, Politechnika Kràkowska A152
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. Historic Grant Park Carriage House, Atlanta, Georgia, 2010 Concept Documents A316
  • 50. Saint Philip’s Church, Charleston, South Carolina, 2006.02 Charcoal and Chalk on Linen F100
  • 51. Saint Jean Pied de Port, France, 1988.04 Oil on canvas F101
  • 52. Loch Fin, Inbher-aora, Alba 2007.06 Photography F102

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