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CHAD BUNNELL

TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY

PORTFOLIO
[TIER]haus Project
Studio VI - Study Abroad
Urbanism

Project Goal: The [TIER]haus project fo-


cused on how the building design could
fit into the urban fabric of Berlin, Germa-
ny. Located in a small park, the site acts as
a buffer between Berlin’s congested city
and out door areas. The building’s design
creates more outdoor space within the
park for the elderly inhabitants to enjoy.
The design consists of modular-like units
based around two central cores. These
modular units are arranged around the
cores so that each unit creates large
amounts of outdoor space for the unit
above. The screen around the build-
ing differentiates the public and private
space for the residences and the people
passing through the park.

Preliminary Massing Models


The project developed through various
refinements of the big idea of creating a
“tree house” type of building. The design
started to incorporate the idea of each
unit having outdoor space created by
the below units. The issue of making the
building fit better into its urban environ-
ment arose, so I split the massive build-
ing into two separate buildings bridged
by a one story public space allowing for
the existing courtyard of the touching
building to have unobstructed views of
the park.

The screen evolved into a “separator”


between the public and private spaces
of the park. The screen would only be
located where the actual living spaces
of the units would be. The screen would
then be open around the outdoor roof
top areas.

Studio VI - Urbanism
Elevations

Axometric Section

Roof Plan

Studio VI - Urbanism
Formally, the building is at the same scale
as the surrounding buildings. The screen
acts as an extension of the building that
the site sits next to. The modular units
are at the same floor scale of the sur-
rounding buildings and protrude at dif-
ferent directions creating different lines
of axis’s with near the by buildings. The
design preserves the park in some sense,
creating more space for the parks inhab-
itants to congregate and spend the day.
The building also respects the courtyard
of the existing building not obstructing
the view of the park. The building blends
in with the surroundings completing the
site but not taking away from the life of
the park.
[AGRO]polis Wine Agency
Studio V - Building Envelope

Project Goal: The design is based around the cre-


ation of a multifunctional, fully integrated and
bioclimatic building that creates an architectural
ecosystem for the public with on-site vegetation
bringing agriculture into the “grey” city. (Agropolis)
The building is at the interface of the Unesco World
Heritage neighborhood of Bourduex, France and
the Industrial Arts district.

Industrial

Residential
Urban Context: The scale of the context and orientation
of the site drive the form of my building, allowing optimal
angles of sunlight (radiation) to fall on the vegetation to
maximize the productivity of the vine growth.
Floor Plans
The structure is designed to allow as much Structural Columns
southeast to northwest sunlight to hit the and Beams
roof and sides of the building. The primary
structure of the reinforced concrete exoskele-
ton incrementally gets larger with the greater
heights and spans that encase the transpar-
ent building envelope.

The envelope is made up of operable glass


curtain walls and a system of transparent
walls that allow for natural lighting to enter
the interior while creating a strong contrast
with the stereo-tomic concrete structures.

Waffle Slabs

Envelope

Vine Support

Studio V - Envelope
A waffle slab is used as a key multifunctional
structural element, allowing for the lengthy
spans of the floor slabs, as well as serving Section
as planters for the vegetation growth. The
waffle slabs will serve as a vehicle for a radi-
ant heating and cooling system.

The building facilitates a retail space, a wine


bar, offices, fermentation and processing
area for the grapes that are grown on the
building, and exclusive residential space.
Section Model

Studio V - Envelope
[AQUATIC]roof Structure
Studio IV - Long Span Structure

Project Goal: Our task was to design a new, per-


manent roof structure for the Texas Tech Aquatic
Center and a redesign of the bathhouse to meet
the handicap requirements. The main goal was to
design a permanent roof structure, which will cov-
er the large span of the pool without a column/
pier in the pool area. My design was an iteration
of the water molecule, having two distinct parts
(steel trusses) connected by one central truss.

Design Sketches:
Existing Pool Cover

Roof Structure and Plan


Section

Elevation

In the primary structure of the long span roof system, I de-


cided that a triangular space frame would give me the best
support and flexibility for my intended design. The space
frames are 10’ in depth on all sides and 1’ steel tubing and 6”
tubing for the main trusses. The space trusses meet at a large
concrete pier.

Studio IV - Structure
Roof Plan

For the exterior roofing and glazing, steel


frames hold the glass paneling in place with
a membrane protecting the glass from any
wind shier and UV exposure. In plan, one
can notice that the space frames spans the
entire length of the pool on the north side.
The aquatic center roof structure
is primarily supported by the three
large space trusses. The space
trusses’ dimensions are based on
the span to depth ratio of 20:1. The
remaining roof structure is sup-
ported by steel I beams. The east
and west vertical sides are insulat-
ed glass. The two center spans are
tinted glass.

Section
The model emphasizes the structural ele-
ments, and the balloon framing style of struc-
ture found in the Berkowitz house, designed by
Steven Holl. We constructed the model in the
same manner one would construct a real build-
ing. After developing a site map, we built a site
model with the correct elevation change, and
molded concrete footings that are found at the
real house. We then constructed the outer skel-
eton followed by the floor support, then lastly
the walls.

Group Members: Will Cotton, Matt Valsavick,


Kevin Harris

Studio IV - Structure
[ZEN]tower Project
Studio IV - Vertical Structure

Project Goal: Focusing on vertical structure the tower


design is based around the concept of Zen. As the
occupant ascends to the top of the tower, the space
increasingly gets larger, metaphorically reaching
a greater state of enlightenment. At the top of the
tower, the occupant will have a grande view of cam-
pus increasing his “Zen” experience.

Site
Elevations
In the model, we were to focus
on the structural elements of the
design. The structure is a typical
steel beam and column high rise,
with an structural mullions on the
exterior.

Plan

A
B
C

Studio IV - Structure
Section

Urbanosky Park
[CHARACTER]building
Studio III - Programming

Project Goal: The project was a semester long anal-


ysis of a “character” and how a buildings program
could be developed. We programmed the building
design around the characters needs, wants, physical
characteristics, mental characteristics, and any other
special attribute that might be important to the pro-
gram of the building’s design. Several preliminary
projects produced our final program and mass of the
building. Each element of the building has a story in-
tertwined to the specific character’s needs and char-
acteristics.

Elevation

TION

ELEVA
3/16” = 1’
Process (Part I): After analyzing the characteristics and Process (Part II): Taking the wire model and studying the
needs of our character, I took our site and built a wire mod- character’s movements throughout the site, I modeled
el showing our character’s movements throughout the site. obscured space, enclosing the movement. The space
The wire also represents frequency and points of interest. modeled created boundaries only.
Combining projects with two other class-
mates, we were required to construct spa-
cial enclosures that met our character’s
needs. We had to construct our enclosures
so that each character’s spaces made sense
within the site and the other projects.

Analyzing the previous models, we con-


structed a massing model based on our
character’s spacial enclosures. The massing
model further refines the buildings pro-
gram.

Studio III - Programming


Final Model
BUILDING A
BUDDY HOLLY AVE

BUILDING B

17TH STREET

D E

Final Plans

Studio III - Programming


17th Street

Section Model

17th Street
Studio III - Programming
[META]morphosis
Studio II - Internal Design

Project Goal: Focusing on basic design skills , we ana-


lyzed a space and transformed it into a architectural
design. The project focused on emphasizing the in-
ternal conditions of architecture, examining the
strategies, tactics, and techniques of fundamental
design.

Physical Transformation

Digital Transformation
The final model, combined the ar-
chitectonic elements of the model
created through the digital linear
compositions and combine it with
the metamorphosis elements dis-
covered in the transformed barber-
shop chair models. I combined the
two separate entities to create an ar-
chitectonic object with the element
of metamorphosis.
[SPACE] Analysis
Studio I - Foundational Design

Project Goal: The project was an introduction to


the principles and methods used at various stages
of design analysis and synthesis processes. We de-
veloped skills in abstraction, transformation, and
composition of two and three dimensional design.
This project focused on the analysis of space and
how a person is connected to that space. I analyzed
the space through drawings and models. I studied
the space one occupies in the room and the space
that is not used in a room.

Space Drawings Space Models


[SURFACE] Analysis
Studio I - Foundational Design

Project Goal: We shifted to the analysis of surface


and space by designing ventilated surfaces in
sand. This was a study of how a surface can be ar-
chitecturally manipulated. We then combined the
ventilated surface with space. We analyzed how
space and surface interact with each other and
how altering a surface can change a space.

Ventilated Surface

Space and Surface Analysis


[MEDIA] Delineation + Digital
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[CONSTRUCTION] Applications
Building Information Technology - Revit B A

Integrated Building Modeling - Archicad ROOF GARD


EN
ROOF GARD
EN

LAMINATED WOOD ROOF


BEAM
CEILING
13' - 3"
VEGETATION VERT WOOD BLINDS

This Page: Supervised by a HKS representative, we took


LATH WOOD SIDING
BEYOND
BOX WINDOW
BEYOND
HANDRAIL BEYOND

an existing design by the firm and made a complete set FINISH GRADE ENTRANCE BRIDGE
FLOOR
0' - 0"

of construction documents, from the site plan to its de- FINISH GRADE

tails.
WOOD STEPS
FOOTINGS BEYOND

2 NORTH
1/8" = 1'-0"

Next Page: Designing our own building, we modeled A B

a comprehensive building focusing on form, structure,


GARDEN ROOF
GARDEN ROOF
LAMINATED WOOD
ROOF
LAMINATED WOOD BEAM BEYOND

envelope, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems.


BEAM
CEILING
VEGETATION
VERTICAL WOOD LATH BEYOND

We analyzed and adjusted the building’s design to meet


BLINDS BEYOND

HANDRAIL HVAC EQUIPMENT


BEYOND ENCLOSURE

code, and logistical specifications. FLOOR


0' - 0"

Group Members: Samantha Peters, Ryan Herr FINISH GRADE


FINISH GRADE

ENTRANCE BRIDGE BEYOND

FOOTING BEYOND

1 SOUTH
1/8" = 1'-0"

13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

STANDING SEAM GARDEN ROOF STANDING SEAM MTL ROOF GARDEN ROOF STANDING SEAM

ROOF
16' - 3"
CEILING
BOARD & BATTEN
LOUVERS 13' - 3"

LAMINATED WOOD BEAMS CLEARSTORY GLAZING

HANDRAIL/GAURDRAIL
WOOD SIDING MECH LOUVER LAM WOOD & STEPS BEYOND
BEAM
FOOTING BEYOND
FLOOR
0' - 0"

STACKED STONE
FINISH GRADE

WOOD VERTICAL ENTRANCE


FINS BRIDGE

1 EAST
1/8" = 1'-0"

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
STANDING SEAM
GARDEN ROOF STANDING SEAM MTL ROOF GARDEN ROOF STANDING SEAM

2 1 1
A8.0 A7.0 A8.0

HVAC EQUIPMENT
ENCLOSURE

ROOF
16' - 3"
CEILING
WOOD COLUMN 13' - 3"
BEYOND LAMENATED WOOD BEAMS CLEARSTORY GLAZING BOARD & BATTEN LOUVERS SCREEN
HANDRAIL &
GUARDRAIL
WOOD SIDING
FINISH GRADE

FLOOR
0' - 0"

STACKED STONE VERTICAL WOOD BLINDS

2 WEST
1/8" = 1'-0"

A6.2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
190' - 0" 0' - 0"

9' - 3 1/2" 8' - 2" 5' - 2 9/32" 4' - 0" 9' - 11 3/4" 4' - 0" 9' - 2 7/32" 4' - 0" 16' - 6 31/32" 16' - 0" 4' - 2" 16' - 0" 4' - 0" 16' - 0" 61' - 10"

180' - 0" 0' - 0"

1
A8.0

B
28

11' - 10 1/8"
10' - 10"

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PEDIGRID ENTRANCE SYSTEM VESTIBULE FACULTY FACULTY FACULTY MECH
1034 OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE
21
26

20

15

10
11

4
27

2
8

3' - 0"

EXAM ROOM LEFT HANDED


1

OPERATORY
25 22
19

14

A6.1 2
1 A6.1
2
40' - 0"

A7.0
BUSINESS ELECTRIC
MANAGER
21' - 6 5/8"
29' - 1 1/4"

WAITING AREA A3.0 3


1
- A3.0
1002 2 3.5" DEEP LEDGE
(30 SEATS) MOUNTED ON WALL FOR 3
12

ARTWORK A8.0
PUBLIC RESTROOM COMMUNICATIO CONFERENCE STAFF BREAKROOM
13

RESTROOM N ROOM/
CLASSROOM
24

23

17

16

CLEAN STORAGE
30

SUPPLY
18

ARTWORK
A
0' - 0"

FULL HEIGHT WALLS 5' - 0" HIGH DIVIDER WALLS IN OPERATORY, 7' - 0" PARTIAL HEIGHT
WALLS TO BE REINFORCED WITH METAL TUBING, WALLS, CONSTRUCTED THE
INSULATED, AND WILL HAVE SSMO1 CAP, TYP. SAME AS A 5' - 0"
WALLS.

8' - 11" 8' - 11 1/4" 8' - 11 1/2" 8' - 11 1/2" 8' - 11" 9' - 1 7/16" 9' - 2" 9' - 2" 9' - 2" 9' - 4 1/2" 8' - 11" 5' - 9 1/2" 9' - 2 11/32"

10' - 0" 10' - 0" 10' - 0" 10' - 0" 20' - 0" 20' - 0" 20' - 0" 20' - 0" 20' - 0" 20' - 0" 20' - 0" 20' - 0"
200' - 0"

2 1
A8.0 A7.0

N
1 CLINIC FLOOR PLAN 2
1/8" = 1'-0"
A6.2
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14
'-1
1"
1'-
3"
Stairwell
8'- Elevator
2
1/ Shaft
2"
11
3/
4"
Roof 8'-
2
1/
2"
Railing
10 Floor

9th Floor

14'-0"

1'-0"
8th Floor

12'-0"
Steel

1'-0"
Column
7th Floor

4'-1 1/2"
4'-0"
6th Floor

3'-10 1/2"
Curtain
Wall 5th Floor

138'-11"
Elevation + Section
4th Floor

3rd Floor

8'-1 1/2"
3'-10 1/2"
25'-0"

2nd Floor

2'-2"
Steel Beam
1st Floor

Structure + Core
Analysis
-Structural System & Construction Type
In our design proposal we used a Rigid Frame steel structure with an irregular grid pattern. The Building utilizes post and beam type
construction.
The the floors are constructed of composite steel deck slabs that have no greater spans than 15 feet. The approximate depth of the
slabs is 8-12 inches.
Piloti be attached to individual base plates on the roof slab of the third floor.

-Estimated Size of Members


The size of the members that we used are 17” x 13” columns and 8” deep beams. We found that the 17” x 13” columns were
the average sized columns for a building of similar comparison. The 8” deep beams are plausible because of the relatively short
spans, 15’ and 12’6. Although for the drive through area a 26” deep beam was needed for the 43’ span.

-Fire Resistance Strategy


Fire Escapes: 2 located on 1st floor - The main entrance and one located by the core. Fire stairs are both smoke proof an has two hour
walls and 1 hour doors.
Fire Extinguishers - Drystand Pipes will be installed with in the fire stair to be accessed by the fire department. Each floor will be
equipped with a sprinkler system.
All structural members will be equipped with a fire rating of two hours.

MEP + Structure
[URBAN] Research + Collaboration
In Lubbock, Texas there has been a strong push for the
revitalization of the downtown district. Propositions to
redevelop the decaying downtown area have recently
been campaigned to the Lubbock board and adminis-
tration.

The College of Architecture at Texas Tech has incorpo-


rated this revitalization movement in a graduate urban
design studio called “Urban Tech.” The studio’s purpose
is to give graduate students a chance to design and re-
develop specific blocks of the area to spark excitement
throughout the community.

Collaborating with the design studio, my project partner


and I built a scaled model of the downtown area. The
model will be used for design context studies and profes-
sional redevelopment proposals by the city of Lubbock.
The model presents a high level of accuracy and craft.
Partner: Tyler Zalmanzig