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Paul Mosher's Portfolio
Paul Mosher's Portfolio
Paul Mosher's Portfolio
Paul Mosher's Portfolio
Paul Mosher's Portfolio
Paul Mosher's Portfolio
Paul Mosher's Portfolio
Paul Mosher's Portfolio
Paul Mosher's Portfolio
Paul Mosher's Portfolio
Paul Mosher's Portfolio
Paul Mosher's Portfolio
Paul Mosher's Portfolio
Paul Mosher's Portfolio
Paul Mosher's Portfolio
Paul Mosher's Portfolio
Paul Mosher's Portfolio
Paul Mosher's Portfolio
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Paul Mosher's Portfolio
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  • 1. 1
  • 2. Table of contents Safe Harbor Community Outreach Center.................................. 4 Safe Harbor Campus..................................................................... 14 2 Student Affairs Publications........................................................ 32 3
  • 3. Safe Harbor Community Outreach Center Type: Time Frame: Size: Location: Solo Studio Project 4 weeks 3500 sq ft Seneca, South Carolina +1 + REVERSING THE NORM This project began with research into domestic violence, specifically in South Carolina. South Carolina has recently risen to number one in the country for domestic abuse. The project was to create an outreach center to both help the community as well as give Safe Harbor central office space and meeting rooms. We were also given the task of creating a program or space that could be used to combat or defend against Domestic abuse. I asked two questions when coming up with my design statement: What if a public facade could act of a report card for the status of domestic abuse in a community? Where would you need to start to begin reversing the social taboo surrounding domestic violence? When domestic violence affects twice as many women (1 in 4) as breast cancer (1 in 8) isn’t it time to stop defending againt it and start attacking it? SOCIAL EXPERIMENT My extra program was a local, social campaign against domestic violence. Using precedents like LIVESTRONG and the Wounded Warrior Foundation, I studied social campaigns and what differentiated a successful campaign. I found that in most cases, even if the idea behind the campaign was solid, having a bold and cohesive branding for the campaign was important. Because the purpose of the campaign is domestic violence awareness, I chose bold colors and graphics for the logos. 4 5
  • 4. 1 1. BASIC GEOMETRY 3. INDOOR ALLEYWAY 223 East Main, Seneca, South Carolina The longitudinal circulation is provided by an 8’ alleyway that is reflected on each floor. 2. THREE FLOORS 4. SUBTRACTION The building is 45’ tall from floor to ceiling, allowing three floors Each floor has the alleyway subtracted from it to give the public spaces a vertical connection. The structural supports are left in spanning the gap. 3 2 1 6 7
  • 5. 4. PRIVATE PROGRAM 6. BACKSIDE, UTILITY SIDE The programs that require more privacy (conference rooms, multipurpose room, restrooms) are pushed to the rear of the building, allowing the public spaces to recieve natural light from the glass facade. The backend is set aside to provide vertical circulation and restrooms. 5. LIGHT WELLS Light wells are added to increase natural light in the private spaces on the second two floors. (Refer to Section B) 1/64”=1ʼ N 8 9
  • 6. B A 3 B A 2 A 1 FACADE REPORT The facade is made up of glass panels that allow light into the interior space. A series of vertical wires run vertically along the face of the building. These wires hold blocks that act as memorials for someone who has been affected by domestic violence. As rain falls it will run down the front of the building and slowly push the blocks down. After the block has made it down the facade the family could come pick it up. The facade would act as a visual report card for the community to current effect of domestic violence in the communtiy. 10 1ʼ 3ʼ 8ʼ 16ʼ 1/16”=1ʼ 11
  • 7. 12 13
  • 8. Safe Harbor campus Type: Time Frame: Size: Location: Group Studio Project 4 weeks 15,000 sq ft Seneca, South Carolina Partners: Paul Mosher (main campus) Alex Armstrong (topo, modeler) Brianne Burdy (housing design) This was a follow up project to the previous outreach center we had done for Safe Harbor. Now our job was to make a campus for the battered women to be rehabilated in. Our main goal was to study how we could use the land to our advantage (there is almost a 100 foot elevation change on the site) and how could we make a high security area in a public space without having to add fences. SITE 14 15
  • 9. TOPOGRAPHY TREENS VS GREENSPACE CIRCULATION RUNOFF Wells Highway - Pruitt Road Intersection 16 17
  • 10. SENECA HIGH SCHOOL SUN WIND DIRECT SITE LINES To majority of site 18 19
  • 11. PIAZZA SIENNA 20 CAMPUS TOPOGRAPHY VOID EXISTING STRUCTURE 21
  • 12. BASIC CAMPUS SHAPE PROGRAMMED Horseshoe campus 3 programs, 3 Levels BENT Following Topography 22 CUT Cut expiriential public entrance 23
  • 13. RAMPED Added for increased circulation, to help break up superbuilding feel and to hide underground private parking and entrance to second story private housing. B B D D C 1’ 3’ 8’ 16’ 32’ C B B D D C 1’ 3’ 8’ 16’ 32’ EMERGENCY HOUSING B C Guarded by public building B D D 1’ 24 3’ 8’ 16’ 32’ 25
  • 14. B 1’ 3’ 8’ 16’ 32’ 1/16”=1’ 1’ 1’ 3’ 8’ 16’ 3’ 8’ 16’ 32’ 1/16”=1’ 32’ 1/16”=1’ 26 27
  • 15. 28 29
  • 16. 30 31
  • 17. Student Affairs publications Type: Time Frame: Location: Internship Summer 2013 - Christmas 2013 3500 sq ft Clemson, South Carolina I was initially hired to create a new map for parking services. The internship gave me a lot of expirience with programs that i had little or no prior expirience with. At the end of the summer I had finished the map as well as made illustrations of many buildings on campus to be used as campaign pieces for the 2013-2014 school year. 32 33
  • 18. A Avenue of Champions Cente Dr . 112 B 120 77 33 37 56 n Ct. I C-12 65 B 31 r Fe w no . St 59 B 80 60 B E-1 61 M 91 81 63 C-4 pp aS t. Ka bd a m La ey Ln . . Dr t. gs S ium in Coll 6 K 64 E-2 St . E-8 Jer s tad dS Ol 92 Jersey Ln. E-9 B C-11 err Ch L Silas N . Pear M man B yR d. Gravel Lot lvd. (P erem iter Rd .) Oriented with north facing up. Parking, bus routes and buildings distinguishable on map. Oriented north, correct building proportions, roofs left white for easier legibility rch R Chu Sto ne 122 113 Old N NEW MAP, ANGLE ONE d. NEW MAP, ANGLE ONE 34 Q to an Walk d M er ad Gol ren Co Ce urse nte r B Bus Stop Accessible Space M Metered Space Emergency Call Station 35 a J 83 62 t Ze E-3 Cherr 82 C-5 M P B M M 30 C-8 90 85 B McMillan Rd. 94 89 66 Ct. B 123 79 Delta Epsilo ity . Rd M 67 M 58 78 95 93 87 86 68 Gin on ms lia Wil 76 Mc H O Walter T. Cox Blvd (S.C. Hwy 123) M 69 B 29 C-2 Oriented with north facing up. Buildings hard to distiguish. Parking is not distinguished anywhere on map. 88 North Palmetton Blvd. 108 55 32 to Blvd . 27 Dr. l Dr. ) 28 Rho Nu St. B OLD MAP y1 M 118 57 Palmet 26 C-3 w 54 B Fe rno w d. G South .H St. Danie .C 70 117 53 34 25 B B Calhoun Dr. Martin M (S 116 24 123 Nu St. Fort Hill St. M 22 E-4 on Rd. er R mit F 36 23 Williams e Per R-3 35 18 12 10 75 51 119 M M Calhoun Dr. Fort Hill St. B 11 1 Union Dr. 99 73 23 39 ou n 9 40 38 M er 71 Sh T. Co xB lvd 52 ma y Rd. P-4 W alt er 48 44 43 Union Dr. St. Centennial Blvd. P-4 121 17 P-3 Mea Jervey 20 16 19 nnia l Blv d. E 14 8 D 45 46 41 B B 47 42 21 7 2 dows E-5 98 74 t. nS Ca lh B B 13 Av e. 3 B B E-14 72 Oak St. 50 49 Heisman St. gh Pe re M on Rd. Williams 4 C T I G E R S 5 113 M Rd . P-3 s 112 C-7 B Klu Dr. East Beach l Field ura Intram Ce nte nn ial Blv d. Ravenel Rd. a reation Are ch and Rec Bea to Campus mi ter B 109 S.C. Hwy 123 on n Clems to downtow S.C. Hwy 123
  • 19. G H K L M 23 18 Rd. 45 48 46 47 28 25 19 74 49 50 B 29 B B AA BB CC DD EE FF GG HH II 26 27 133 73 51 Calhoun 135 126 30 M M Dani el 81 129 5 70 131 Walte r T. Co M 6 x Blvd S.C. Hwy 123 E-6 56 69 83 130 57 Calhoun 68 B S .C Hig h w a y 1 110 104 84 72 Dr. S.C. Hwy 123 103 102 23 7 Rd. 36 7 122 Newman B 34 35 121 120 71 M Fort Hill St. M Dr. North Palmetto Blvd 55 St. 4 123 B 32 3 82 Cherry Rd. 33 Bra 53 54 20 M Dr. 132 P-3 N 118 Danie l Dr. 119 M 31 80 79 52 127 16 2 117 St. Wa lt Dr. Silan N. Pearman Blvd. Peremiter Z 6 y7 Hw ac ilit y Y . y St dle ng F X . S.C E-5 P-4 8 W St. rtin Ma 44 Fort Hill P-4 7 V 78 134 75 24 B Oa k S t. 23 y1 . Hw S.C 3 U E-10 42 n St. M Centennial Blvd. 5 6 T 77 lvd 5 43 76 E-1 14 B S 1 M Oriented with E-7 north facing up. Parking, bus routes and buildings distinguishable on map. 2 R B ox T. C wi Ro to Q an 15 B 4 P er 1 O 6 Heism a 3 N wn wnto NEW MAP, ANGLE TWO each J o To D us B am p to C I Centennial Blvd . S.C. Hwy 123 T. Cox Blvd Walter 2 4 F She rm E Calh oun D St. C Heisman B Williamson Rd. A 1 8 85 116 62 M 2 am Wi ll i 98 2 rry R d . St . Kap pa Pea rma D ACADEMIC 90. Academic Success Center ....................... R-12 91. Barre Hall ............................................. R-12 106. Biosystems Research Complex ................ U-13 70. Brackett Hall ......................................... Q-7 93. Brooks Center For the Performing Arts .... Q-14 61. Cook Engineering Laboratory .................. O-10 67. Cooper library ....................................... Q-10 72. Daniel Hall ........................................... R-8 21. Earle Hall ............................................. L-11 100. Edwards Hall ........................................ T-10 36 E F 39. G H Old vd. io n Che 4 95 17 B Pere mite r Rd . Gravel Lot 138 J Fluor Daniel Engineering Innovation Building ............................... M-11 64. Freeman Hall ....................................... O-10 74. Godfrey Hall ......................................... P-4 95. Godley-Snell Research Center ................ U-17 96. Greenhouse Complex ............................. V-15 69. Hardin Hall .......................................... Q-7 75. Holtzendorff Hall .................................. P-3 118. Houston Center ..................................... X-3 38. Hunter Chemistry Laboratory .................. M-10 88. Jordan Hall .......................................... S-9 K L 85. 41. 92. 136. 84. 65. 86. 89. 98. 68. 94. M N O Kinard Laboratory of Physics .................. R-8 Lee Hall ............................................... N-13 Lehotsky Hall ....................................... R-13 Life Sciences Building .......................... T-16 Long Hall ............................................. S-8 Lowry Hall ............................................ O-11 Martin Hall ........................................... R-9 McAdams Hall ...................................... S-11 Newman Hall ....................................... T-12 Olin Hall .............................................. P-8 Poole Agricultural Center ....................... S-14 P Q 63. 62. 58. 37. 40. R S T Rhodes Annex ...................................... P-10 Rhodes Engineering Research Center ...... P-9 Riggs Hall ............................................ O-9 Sirrine Hall .......................................... N-9 Smith Building for Sonoco Institute of Packaging Design and Graphics .............. M-12 137. Strode Tower ........................................ P-12 66. Thurmond Institute ............................... T-9 73. Tillman Hall ......................................... P-5 101. Vickery Hall .......................................... T-9 U V W X 18 to Bob Campbell Biology Musuem n Cente r Silan N. Pearman Blvd. Peremiter Rd. to Madr e Old Stone Church St. I 16 128 R- Bob Campbell Biology Musuem n Bl Che rry Rd. n N. E-9 Dr. ium Sta d . E-8 t ta S The 15 C-1 Apartment C 12 14 e 136 Any Valid Permit B 11 E-2 Resident A ext B Sila 59 a Zet 96 R-4 112 Commuter 20 d. iter R 13 114 M Employee 19 nN ila ns te mi re E-3 ADA Parking 18 97 94 M Metered Parking 11 2 R- erem lvd. P an B arm . Pe C-1 . Pe B Bus Stop 125 E-1 93 Emergency Call Station 12 . M 92 Madren Center, James F. Marten Inn, Walker Golf Course 17 Cherry Rd. B M M C-4 13 Rd llan McMi B 10 B 41 C-5 16 Rd . 90 rR d. 14 la n 66 C- d Blv B 3 E-1 99 91 an 10 15 65 B Mcmilan Rd. B 111 B 89 so nR d. 9 13 106 B 39 22 40 ar m Pe N. 8 llan St. McMi 64 R-1 M 105 100 67 21 Rho D r. an 12 3 M 63 B Si l S.C .H wy Blvd . St . . lmett o Fer no w Nu St h Pa l Walk Zone Sout S Purple Route 61 38 B 9 124 115 Mi Mc Williamso C-3 Green Route 12 107 108 St. B Campus Beach M 101 88 137 60 Orange Route 11 109 86 58 Fernow Blue Route 87 37 17 n Rd. Shared Roadways 10 E-4 Centennial Blvd. R-3 Bike Lanes 9 113 Y Z ADMINISTRATIVE 59. Administrative Services Building ............ J-16 79. Alumni Center ...................................... S-3 70. Brackett Hall ........................................ Q-7 30. Central Energy Facility .......................... M-5 31. Dillard Building .................................... M-6 118. Center for the Improvement of Construction Management and Processes ................... X-6 125. Fire Station ........................................... HH-11 6. Gentry Hall ........................................... N-1 123. Housing Maintenance Center ................ CC-4 120. Internal Auditing Office ......................... Y-6 AA 124. 80. 28. 76. 82. 26. 117. 127. 110. 122. 111. BB CC 19 20 DD EE Kite Hill Recycling Center ...................... II-9 Littlejohn House ................................... T-3 Maintenance Stores .............................. M-4 Mell Hall .............................................. P-2 Moorman House ................................... V-5 Motor Pool ........................................... L-5 National Dropout Prevention Network ...... X-2 Police Department ................................ H-5 President’s Home .................................. X-8 Sears House ......................................... CC-6 Sheep Barn .......................................... X-10 FF GG 71. 56. 29. HH II Sikes Hall ............................................ S-6 Trustee House ....................................... O-7 University Facilities House ..................... M-5 ATHLETIC 16. Clemson Memorial Stadium and Frank Howard Field ............................... I-6 126. IPTAY/Ticket Office ................................ H-5 5. Jervey Athletic Center ............................ D-6 14. Littlejohn Coliseum ............................... F-4 4. McFadden Building ............................... D-4 43. Riggs Field (Soccer Stadium) ................. 0-2 42. Sloan Tennis Center .............................. N-3 2. Tiger Field (Kingsmore Baseball Stadium) ............... C-5 FOOD SERVICE 81. Clemson House (Dining Room) ............... T-4 67. Cooper Library (Java City® Cyber Café) .... Q-10 60. Fernow Street Café ................................ 0-9 51. Harcombe Dining Hall ........................... O-5 106. Hendrix Student Center (Eastside Food Court, Einstein Bros® and P.O.D. Market®) ........ V-11 12. Madren Center (Seasons by the Lake Restaurant®) ......... D-16 106. Schilleter Dining Hall (Wendy’s®) ............ U-10 53. University Union (Canteen, Chili’s Too®, Chick-Fil-A®) ....... O-6 HOUSING 103. Barnett Hall ......................................... V-8 36. Benet Hall ........................................... M-8 47. Bownen Hall ......................................... O-4 46. Bradley Hall ......................................... N-4 109. Byrnes Hall .......................................... W-9 113. Calhoun Courts Apartments .................... Y-9 81. Clemson House ..................................... T-4 33. Cope Hall ............................................. M-7 45. Donaldson Hall ..................................... O-3 32. Geer Hall ............................................. L-7 54. Holmes Hall ......................................... N-6 53. Johnstone Hall ..................................... O-6 108. Lever Hall ............................................ W-10 112. Lightsey Bridge 1 Apartments ................ Z-14 114. Lightsey Bridge 2 Apartments ................ CC-13 107. Manning Hall ....................................... V-9 102. Mauldin Hall ........................................ V-8 55. McCabe Hall ........................................ O-6 50. Norris Hall ........................................... N-4 104. Sanders Hall ........................................ C-8 49. Simpson Hall North .............................. O-14 49. Simpson Hall South .............................. O-14 104. Smith Hall ........................................... V-8 20. Stadium Residence Hall ........................ L-7 115. Thornhill Village Apartments .................. BB-9 44. Wannamaker Hall .................................. N-3 34. Young Hall ........................................... M-7 STUDENT CENTERS 18. Fike Recreation Center .......................... K-4 106. Hendrix Recreation Center ..................... V-11 99. Redfern Health Center ........................... T-11 121. Roderick International House ................. BB-6 53. University Union, Edgar Brown ............... O-6 VISITOR SITES 128. Botanical Gardens ................................. GG-16 ???. Bob Campbell Biology Musuem ............... GG-18 93. Brooks Center for the Performing Arts ..... P-13 57. Calhoun’s Office ................................... N-8 129. Carillon Garden ..................................... R-6 83. Class of 1957 Rotunda ......................... T-7 131. Class of 1960 North Green .................... R-7 132. Cox Plaza ............................................. P-6 57. Fort Hill (Calhoun and Clemson Mansion) ............ N-8 41. Lee Hall (Lee Art Gallery) ...................... N-13 12. Madren Center ...................................... D-16 12. Martin Inn, James F. (888-654-9020) .................................. D-16 133. Military Heritage Plaza .......................... Q-5 130. Outdoor Theatre (Amphitheatre) ............. R-8 134. Reunion Square .................................... P-3 135. Scroll Of Honor Memorial ...................... K-5 79. Visitors Center, Class of 1944 ................ S-3 13. Walker Golf Course (Clubhouse) .............. E-16 17. Woodland Cemetery ............................... I-9 37
  • 20. HOUSING RENDERINGS Done for housing in 3D Studio Max 38 39
  • 21. CHRISTMAS CARD Used by all of student affairs all the way up to the Vice President of Clemson. 40 41
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