RYAN LeFAVE | PORFOLIO

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Oct 31, 2013 (3 years and 7 months ago)

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RYAN LeFAVE | PORFOLIO
RYAN J. LeFAVE
AIA, LEED AP
847.772.2556
RJL918@gmail.com
Linkedin.com/in/RyanLeFave
LABORATORY ADDITION
TENANT BUILD-OUT OF DINING AND RETAIL SPACE
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT EXPANSION
OUTPATIENT SURGERY CENTER
STUDENT SERVICES
SUNROOM ADDITION
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SELECTED PROJECTS
LABORATORY ADDITION
Building elevation created in AutoCAD MEP and Adobe Illustrator.
Laboratory Addition |
Project Architect through schematic design
Schematic design of floor plan created in AutoCAD MEP and Adobe Illustrator.
TENANT BUILD-OUT OF DINING & RETAIL SPACE
TENANT BUILD-OUT OF DINING & RETAIL SPACE
Tenant Build-Out of Dining and Retail Space
| Project Architect, design development through construction administration
Cover: screen capture of Revit walkthrough presentation.
Architectural floor plan of the retail building, including kitchen, dining area, market area, coffee franchise, and back of house areas. Construction documents
developed using AutoDesk Revit software.
Detail of drywall bulkhead at market express area and wall signage.
Daylight rendering of restaurant host counter.
Daylight rendering of the entry to the retail corridor. Rendering created from the project Revit model.
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT EXPANSION
Perspective rendering of research and development building expansion. Modeled in AutoDesk MEP. Final rendering and materials by BSA LifeStructures.
Research and Development Expansion
| Graduate Architect, schematic design through construction administration, LEED administrator
Perspective rendering of two-story connecting corridor. Modeled in
AutoDesk MEP. Final rendering and materials by BSA LifeStructures.
Screenshot 1st person web-based walkthrough created using Sketchup and the Unity 3D game engine.
Final corridor design in construction documents, developed using AutoDesk MEP.
Perspective rendering of two-story central
stair space. Modeled in AutoDesk MEP.
Final rendering and materials by BSA
LifeStructures.
Final central stair section in construction documents, developed using AutoDesk MEP.
Typical detail of granite panels used
on interior and exterior of building, in
a random scattered pattern.
Photograph of completed stone and wood wall at stair and elevator.
Photograph of completed laboratory observation wall and storefront.
Sketchup model mock-up of proposed laboratory observation wall.
Laboratory observation wall detail from construction
documents.
Daylighting study performed using AutoDesk 3ds Max for the purpose of testing the use of light shelves and
external shading devices.
LEED Certifcation Case Study created for Innovation in Design Credit: Green Building Education. Created with Adobe InDesign.
OUTPATIENT SURGERY CENTER
Outpatient Surgery Center
| Graduate Architect, Construction Documents through Construction Administration
Section elevation at canopy entrance to lobby. Created with Architectural Desktop.
Typical patient room headwall elevation.
Typical patient room handwashing sink elevation.
Typical patient room reflected ceiling plan.
Typical patient room architectural floor plan.
MRI Suite section illustrating gauss lines and R.F. and magnetic shielding structure.
Utility trench detail at MRI suite and control room.
Enlarged architectural floor plan of MRI suite, including control room and ante room.
STUDENT SERVICES & LIBRARY COMPLEX
Perspective rendering of student commons and second story connection to library. Modelled in AutoCAD, rendered in 3ds Max.
Student Services and Library Complex
| Graduate Architect, design development.
Perspective rendering of student athletic center. Modelled in AutoCAD, rendered in 3ds Max.
Perspective rendering of courtyard and ballroom exterior. Modelled in AutoCAD, rendered in 3ds Max.
STARTER HOME
Sunroom Addition
| Architectural consultant
Sheet from schematic design deliverable illustrating first floor layout and perspective.
Cover: Perspective rendering of sun room addition. Made with Google Sketchup and Adobe Photoshop.
North-South building section illustrating the relationship to existing house and basement.
East-West building section highlight clerestory section and new entry doors to the existing home.