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Chris Paris Undergraduate Portfolio

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Compilation of studio work completed as an undergraduate at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

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Chris Paris Undergraduate Portfolio

  1. 1. Undergraduate Portfolio Christopher E. Paris Bachelor of Science in Architecture Georgia Institute of Technology
  2. 2. The Common First Year Fall 2007 - Spring 2008
  3. 3. cfy | Line Drawings
  4. 4. cfy | Charcoal Drawings
  5. 5. cf ^
  6. 6. East Architecture Building Entrance Detail Axonometric original scale 1’ = 1/8” original scale 1’ = 1/2”
  7. 7. cfy | Final ProjectScenic Breezewaya window? I de raming device that I could use to move people through a space. The breezewayin the East Architecture Building is open to many views, but they are not priviledged due to the widecolumns that would create a scenic experience for the individual. East Facing Views Moving through SpaceN Window Placement Diagram West Facing Views Moving through Space
  8. 8. cfy | Final ProjectFinal Design Proposal
  9. 9. arch 2011 | Architectural Design Studio I Fall 2008 Pr William Jackson
  10. 10. arch 2011 | The CubeA Cube in Skiles Courtyard Site Planderives it form from the context within the courtyard. I used ato develop a grid that privileges a view to the sky from the ground r. Cube Development: Geometry Plan Development scale 1’ = 1/64”
  11. 11. arch 2011 | The Cube BPlans View CorridorA scale 1’ = 1/8” B scale 1’ = 1/8” A Model Pictures
  12. 12. arch 2012 | Architectural Design Studio II Spring 2009 Pr Ryan Crooks
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  14. 14. arch 2012 | Material Study | Developing Form De De W
  15. 15. arch 2012 | PavillionPlanscale 1’ = 1/16” Nscale 1’ = 1/16”
  16. 16. arch 2012 | PavillionLight Studies Winter Spring/ Fall Summer Model Pictures
  17. 17. arch 3011 | Architectural Design Studio III Fall 2009 Pr. Je rey Collins
  18. 18. arch 3011 | Precedent Study | Tunisian Cave Dwellings Program 1. Waterpit 2.Entrance Tunnel 3. Stable 5. Cooking Area 6. Sleeping Quarters 7. Granaries Structure
  19. 19. arch 3011 | Precedent Study | Tunisian Cave Dwellings Plan and Sections scale 1’ = 1/16” B A B A
  20. 20. arch 3011 | Community Room A A B C N B C Plan scale 1’ = 1/16” scale 1’ = 1/16”
  21. 21. arch 3011 | Community Room scale 1’ = 1/4” scale 1’ = 1/8”
  22. 22. arch 3011 | Camp in the City Site Plan: Atlanta, Ga: Northside Dr and 17th St Figure Ground: Buildings become Landscape +44.0’ +32.0’ Topography: Opposing Flow clinic camper’s +26.0’ pool quarters gathering spaces +30.0’ Tree Grid: scale 1:200
  23. 23. arch 3011 | Camp in the City | Camper’s Quarters bathroom A A B B bathroom C C bathroom D Highlands Plan D scale 1’ = 1/16” scale 1’ = 1/16”
  24. 24. ar D W Plansscale 1’ = 1/16” manager’s quarters loading dock kitchen dining hall classroom 1st Floor 2nd Floor Structural Grid Retaining Earthscale 1’ = 1/16”
  25. 25. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Green Roof Detail 2. drainage and water storage barrier 5. r rane 6. structural concrete support 7. operable window system: aluminum mullions Floor Slab Detail 1. operable window system: alumninum mullions 2. concrete topping slab 3. concrete structural slab 1 4. 3/4” rebar 6. concrete structural wall 2 3 5 4 6 Retaining Wall and 8 1. concrete retaining wall 2. concret 3. gravel 1 5. draingage pipe 6. steel reinforcement 7. expansion joint 8. moisture membrane 7 2 6 3scale 1’ = 1/8” Details 4 5 scale 1’ = 3/8”
  26. 26. arch 3012: Architectural Design Studio IV Spring 2010 Pr. William Jackson
  27. 27. arch 3012 | Biomimicry Site Plan: Bobby Dodd Way and Power Plant DriveGeorgia Tech Campus Plan scale 1 : 150scale 1 : 800 Old Civil Engineering Crosland Tower Building Navy ROTC Substation Drive Armory Bobby Doddy Way Pad Daniel Cherry Street Power Plant Drive Laboratory Power Plant Drive DM Smith Building Cooling Towers Chapin Building Holland Building William Henry Emerson Building scale 1’ = 1/64” scale 1’ = 1/64” William Jackson | Christopher Paris
  28. 28. arch 3012 | BiomimicryBiological Models Dayligh Equinox Water Collection William Jackson | Christopher Paris
  29. 29. arch 3012 | BiomimicryPlansscale 1’ = 1/16” Bobby Dodd Way Lobby Studio Studio Power Plant Gallery/ Pin Drive Up Medium Classrooms Studio Janitor Janitor Closet Closet Machine Shop Wood Shop Ramblin’ Mechanical/ Mechanical/ Wreck Electric Closet Electric Closet Shop Cistern N 1s William Jackson | Christopher Paris
  30. 30. arch 3012 | Biomimicry K ^ te Small Classrooms Janitor Janitor Closet Closet Mechanical/ Mechanical/ Electric Closet Electric Closet 3r William Jackson | Christopher Paris
  31. 31. arch 3012 | Biomimicryscale 1’ = 1/16” 1sscale 1’ = 1/16” William Jackson | Christopher Paris
  32. 32. arch 3012 | BiomimicryInterior Rendering Exterior RenderingModel Pictures William Jackson | Christopher Paris
  33. 33. arch 3012 | BiomimicryDetails Roof Detail scale 1’ = 3/32” scale 1’ = 1/4” William Jackson | Christopher Paris
  34. 34. arch 3012 | Biomimicry Window Detail scale 1’ = 1/4” scale 1’ = 1/4” William Jackson | Christopher Paris
  35. 35. arch 4011 | Architectural Design Studio V Fall 2010 Pr. Ellen Dunham-Jones
  36. 36. arch 4011 | Ideal Neighborhood elementary school police Medium Density Mid-Rise Space, Retail, Grocery Store, Gym, Low Density Low-Rise (25 units/ acre): Residential, Restau- rants, Bars, Bank, Convenience Store, Hardware Store greenway central neighborhood trail park (15 units/ acre): Row Houses, Town- houses, Semi-Detached Houses transit and outdoor market plaza Civic Buildings light rail/ street car to downtown Ellen Dunham-Jones | Christopher Paris
  37. 37. arch 4011 | Ideal NeighborhoodOpen Space Precedents Big Creek Greenway Trail Princeton Arts and Transit Center Philadelphia, Pa Princeton, NJBuilding/ Density Precedents Emerson Dr. Townhomes Beverly Condos Mix Use Development Washington DC Business District Toronto, CA Portland, OR Washington DC Ellen Dunham-Jones | Christopher Paris
  38. 38. Z ^Atlanta, Ga: Cheshire Bridge Rd and Faulkner RdAerial View Strength: The Creek Streets 10 minute walk Opportunity: Phase 3 Transit Threat: Impervious Surfaces of Strip Retail and Industry scale 1” = 1200’ Ellen Dunham-Jones | Christopher Paris
  39. 39. Z ^ A densityMaster Plan primary commercial frontages B land use above ground level commercial scale 1:400 office residential Ellen Dunham-Jones | Christopher Paris
  40. 40. Z ^AgroUrbanism: Rethinking Restaurant Row Restaurant Row and Industrial Community Garden in creek front park to Farmers Market for farmers outside Restaurant Row connects market and garden Heirarchy of streetsBuildings revisit past use of Cheshire Farms along a grand avenue seasons scale 1:400 Ellen Dunham-Jones | Christopher Paris
  41. 41. Z ^Design Moves Streets implemented perpendicular to Streets implemented running with Faulkner New blocks allow for park that makes theBridge Rd and Faulker Rd Faulkner Rd between surface parking lots creek a public good. on phase 2 of structured grid begins Reinhabit Reinhabit and Redevelop Reinhabit, Redevelop and Regreen Redevelop scale 1:400 Ellen Dunham-Jones | Christopher Paris
  42. 42. Z ^ WPark Planscale 1:150 2 1 A 3 B 1 3 1 5Park Programs D1.Creekwalk trail 42. Playing Fields3. Community Garden4. Amphitheater C5. Creek Access Ellen Dunham-Jones | Christopher Paris
  43. 43. Z ^ Wscale 1:150 A B C D Ellen Dunham-Jones | Christopher Paris
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