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PORTFOLIO 2006-2012stuart eaves
eco houseFacilita ng social and environmental design, passive technologies are employed for an enjoyable energy e cient home.
peninsula gallerySet at the confl uence of two rivers on the rural-urban fringe, the gallery uses materiality and rhythm to provide a pla orm of convergence and explora on.
container livingIn an urban heart subject of change, the towers create a highly adaptable structure, focused on change whilst s ll providing a pla orm for community.
form of the theatreThe centre piece of a towns cultural explora on, both symbolically and physically, the theatre o ers a place of expression for all to see.
colchester cultural quarterEntwining old and new allowing ease of discovery and explora on of both Vinolys visual arts facility and the town itself, a mixture of sugges on and simple expression facilitates freedom of movement.
chelmsford regenerationBringing new life to three sites around the town centre that stand as part of the towns history, and now its future. Using scale and local infl uences to reintegrate the sites, new opportuni es emerge out of interest and enjoyment.
01Set as a compe on by the Concrete Centre, the Eco House is to be located in south-east England. The design should look to use concrete as a primary material, while crea ng the most sustainable form possible, encouraging both environmental and social well being. The design should house a family of four.
tle Eco Houseloca on South East Englandorigin BSc (hons) Architectureyear 2007focus technological explora ontools used autocad, photoshop
north face south face
fl oor plans 1:200 | north
Open communal areas, individual bedrooms with large deep set windows and the thought out use of space provides a compact home capable of housing an average family providing space for both privacy
and family life. Using hempcrete as a primary building material along with a central light cowl the building takes advantage of
passive techniques, minimising human and energy inputs facilita ng a sustainable home. The simplicity of design allows for quick
construc on and low costs.
shared open greenspace, allows natural light to house front
shared hard surface, pedestrian dominated
While the house provides technological aides to sustainability, the environment it sits within provides for a desirable and sustainable place, both socially and environmentally. Open shared spaces allow freedom of ac vity whether it is simply children playing from day to day or a communal bbq. The use of space also allows light and air to fl ow in freely to the houses, their simple form being easily repeated to build communi es. The aim is to facilitate and provide the pla orm for a sustainable life, avoiding dicta on and control.
Light & Ven la on cowl; southern
orienta on increases heat and light intake.
Large rear roof surface for rain collec on, with smaller south
roof for solar thermal collec on.
Wooden insulated fl oor panels for
quick and simple construc on.
Concrete frame: preformed sec ons placed together on
Hempcrete wall panels allow
quick and simple construc on while
bringing thermal mass to the centre of the house with a carbon nega ve
Brick work where hard wearing
contact surfaces occur, reducing the need for long term
South facing window: double glazing
Hempcrete wall panel
North facing window: treble glazing
Render fi nish o ering protec on to both frame and panel
In order for a home to be sustainable it must fi rst be a ordable, and so one way to facilitate low cost is by pre-manufactured components requiring simple assembly on site. This means that the house becomes easily adaptable during its life me as components can be removed and replaced as desired. This adaptability furthers the ambi on of sustainability by allowing inhabitants to customise and care for their homes over a longer life cycle.
Con nuous central column housing the stairwell, allowing light down into the house, and heat (and ven la on) up through the house passively and bring thermal mass to the centre.
hempcrete 300mmvapour barrier
wooden fi nishscreed
underfl oor hea ngvapour barrier
insula onconcrete slab
The use of a concrete frame and hempcrete walls allows a high thermal mass through out the building stablising internal temperatures. With hempcrete as a carbon nega ve material the environmental impact of the whole building construc on is minimised. Under fl oor hea ng creates an equal gentle warmth to be absorbed into the building fabric.
Predominant winds move over the cowl crea ng a nega ve pressure on its northern side aiding passive stack ven la on.
At the height of the tower a heat exchanger captures any escaping warmth to be redistributed into the house.
Rain water is captured and stored for use in a grey water system.
Increased fl oor to ceiling heights allow light deeper into the fl oor plan.
High level balcony facilitates indirect security by over looking the space in front.
A small storage shelter at the rear door provides a place for recycling bins and securing bicycles.
With kitchen to the north side and the bathroom centrally placed rooms are placed to make the most of natural light and warmth.
02Design a new public gallery o ering a range of exhibi on spaces both internal and external. Understanding of the local surroundings is essen al, taking account of the loca on on the rural-urban fringe and confl uence of the rivers Cam and Chelmer.
tle Peninsula Galleryloca on Chelmsford, Essexorigin BSc (hons) Architectureyear 2009focus contextual explora ontools used sketchup, photoshop
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Set a few minutes walk from the busy town centre, the gallery looks out into the countryside at the confl uence of the rivers Cam and Chelmer, as a green corridor creeps into the urban mass.
Full access to the roof terrace provides not just an exhibi on area, but a public space, reaching over the water and raised above the day to day rush. At the front of the gallery two previously separated river crossings are brought together to create simple clear movement across the river.
The fi rst fl oor entry point, along the new bridge, elevated and surrounded by water alludes to a sense of privacy and intrigue within the building, further experienced as visitors move into the galleries and then down to each lower level.
Each gallery o ers a di erent atmosphere. From the waterside pla orm, accessible from only the water and within the building, its seclusion and surroundings as part of the exhibi ons themselves. In contrast, the third gallery, buried in the ground, is almost excluded from the very surroundings the rest of the building works to embrace. The single entrance point of this gallery, emphases the thought of seclusion.
fi re exit to central stair atrium entrance waterside pla orm
gallery 01gallery 02 gallery 03ground level
Looking out to the countryside, the rhythm of the urban environment to the west is refl ected in the wall and glazing, allowing natural light deep in, and views through out.
standing on the edgeBringing people both down to the waters surface and up over it, the facilita on
of free movement stands shoulder to shoulder with freedom of expression. Internally the gallery o ers mul ple spaces of exhibi on, some shunning the
outside world, others bright and open, allowing views to pass en rely through.
Town Centre Rivers through the town heart Rural fringe
fl oor plans 1:200 | north
Providing views out to the countryside, the space is en rely open to the world, both urban and natural. A single staircase provides con nuous access for all.
A single unifi ed bridge crosses both rivers, and meets at the entrance of the gallery. Day to day movement here allows a natural discovery of the building. The elevated entrance adds to a feeling inside the building of privacy, separated from the busy town centre.
A central staircase brings visitors down to a choice of spaces. From the waterside pla orm at the point of the building, to con nuing down to the en rely enclosed third gallery.
At the west end of the gallery a classroom and workshop create a working environment.
Waterside pla orm.
A fi nal single gallery space accessible from both staircase and li , its enclosure and controlled environment contrasts the roof terrace and waterside pla orm completely.
Once inside a central atrium connects the two main fl oors, and brings light deep into the fl oor plate.
form of the theatre
03Create a centre piece to Lutons cultural Olympiad, already the UK Centre for Carnival Arts has been constructed, and more development is due. This new piece should emphasise cultural expression, and make a statement about the importance of culture to the town.
tle Form of the Theatreloca on Luton, Bedfordshireorigin BSc (hons) Architectureyear 2009focus conceptual explora ontools used autocad, photoshop, sketchup
Sub-levelThe entrance brings the visitor in below the main theatre and restaurant round into T3, a relaxed evening bar and stage area.
Ground levelMoving up two primary stairways guests emerge in the central auditorium, the heart of both concept and reality. Also at this level are the main back of house facili es and the visitor restaurant. Both primary elements have been peeled away from the tradi onal theatre arrangement to open of the auditorium form for all to see.
Upper levelsCentrally placed, but not the focal point, the fl y tower is encased in a ver cal stripped wooden cladding, its mul ple edges and grooves aiding acous c protec on whilst the material so ens its visual impact, and acts as a back drop to the striking central auditoriums form.
Set in the heart of the urban centre on a largley derelict site, the theatre stands opposite the church and carnival arts
centre, across a busy inner ring road. Its form o ering a new landmark and striking statement of ambi on and expression.
Sub-level1 Entrance2 Lobby3 T3 (Evening bar and stage area)4 Back stage area
Ground level1 Restaurant2 T2 (Small in mate theatre, also converts to rehearsal studio)3 T1 (Central auditorium)4 Dressing Rooms5 Sta /Performer Entrance
Upper level1 Upper restaurant2 Fly Tower3 O ces4 Green Room
T1 central auditoriumThe centre piece of the design in both concept
and reality. Entered from below, the visitor moves up one of two symmetrical confi ned
stairways to each sea ng area. From the outside the form is striking and domina ng, a statement
of expression. Its angular form contras ng the more regulated surroundings as well as aiding the
acous c performance of the interior. Encasing the main ver cal elements of the building is a
stripped wooden cladding furthering this acous c protec on.
T3 evening stageBelow ground level at the entrance to the building
and under the central auditorium, the stage is simple and closer to the audience crea ng a more
casual informal rela onship. Along with the bar, this area looks to relaxed evening performances.
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of expression. Its angular more regulated surroundings
produc on posi on
T3 & Bar
acous c boards
back stage & storage
T2 theatre & rehearsal studioTucked away to the rear of building arrangement, this small in mate theatre hosts 150 people on open benches for a relaxed atmosphere. The stalls can also be folded down and stored with a cover placed on top to create a rehearsal studio.
The TheatreSet in the heart of the urban mass, fronted by a busy inner ring road, and a few minutes walk from the University, shopping Mall and town centre, the theatre is a bold statement in both form and life. Using the inherit form derived from func on through the method of deconstruc ng the tradi onal enclosed theatre arrangement, the highly angular and irregular building has been created. The suppor ng facili es from both front and back of house are pulled away from the centre piece to reveal the auditorium as the heart of both a new cultural district and building.
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04Create a high rise residen al building capable of adapta on for a modern lifestyle in the heart of a busy town. Maintain a focus on both individual and community needs to provide a socially sustainable environment.
tle Container Towerloca on Luton, Bedfordshireorigin BSc (hons) Architectural Technologyyear 2010focus technological explora ontools used autocad, photoshop, sketchup
The container tower is a highly adaptable, standardised design allowing a high level of fl exibility to meet the needs of its residents. From the residen al container modules to the concrete slabs of the community sec ons, each element can be
removed or placed as necessary to adapt to changing requirements. Using unused shipping containers, of which there are millions out of circula on across the world, the aim is to create a building which is capable of changing with a changing
popula on. Major redevelopment in the town has signaled the scale of these changes, with new student accommoda on being built and a large scale redevelopment of the central train and bus sta ons. Adaptable housing will be essen al.
commercial sec onSix lower storeys o er a range of commercial opportuni es, bringing visitors to the area during the day, crea ng ac vity and integra ng into the local area.
communal sec onProviding open space to all residents as well as access. Each communal fl oor is able to carry substan al vegeta on, and be easily adapted.
residen al sec onA primary structure awai ng the inser on of residen al units as and when they are desired. Easily adaptable the key feature of this building.
Varia on 01Removing concrete slabs and altering elements of the fl oor under-structure provides light wells to visually connect the fl oors.
Varia on 02The depth and structure of the fl oor allows for small trees and vegeta on to be used providing garden space.
Varia on 01Removing concreelements of theelements of the light wells to visu
Community Sec ons
1 concrete slab2 grout key infi ll3 insula on4 steel web truss5 light tube6 primary steel structure
1 hanging steel walkway2 central service tower3 container support structure4 community sec on stairs
1 steel walkway bracket2 wood walkway3 services tube4 shipping container5 insula on6 underfl oor hea ng7 plasterboard8 suspended ceiling for services9 roller10 steel super structure11 services inlet
(1) (2) (3) (4)
Community Sec on
Sec on through fl oor at exterior edge
Each tower is divided into three storey sec ons, connected by a community fl oor, this provides
an open space for gathering, gardens and play in the sky.
With light pouring in from each end the structure allows for adaptable layouts, including
sizeable plan ng to create an environment desired by its
Sec on Details of Community Floor 1:40
1 stripped steel shipping container2 waterproof membrane3 insula on4 internal plaster fi nish5 fl oor fi nish and suspended ceiling6 recondi oned container ready for transport7 garden/balcony sec on
a vegeta onb soilc water absorberd dpme insula on
1 bring precondi oned containers together2 insert so wood ba en3 insert primary bolts4 place and secure internal column fi nish
1 corrugated steel wall2 corner support3 dpm4 insula on5 void used for services6 plasterboard7 so wood ba en8 primary bolt
Residen al Container moduleOccupying each level are the residen al modules, formed from recondi oned shipping containers simply connected to expand and contract the home fl oor print as desired. The structure and design mean that rela vely li le e ort is required to make such changes.
Sec on Details Shipping Container 1:10Container Connec on
colchester cultural quarter
05The construc on of Rafael Vinolys Visual Arts Facility in the east of the town centre signals the regenera on of the area as a cultural quarter. Currently it is run down and poorly connected to the surrounding areas. Integra on of the new building will be key to the its success and enjoyment.
tle Cultural Quarterloca on Colchester, Essexorigin MSc Town Planningyear 2011focus urban explora ontools used autocad, photoshop, sketchup
1 Castle & Park Part of a poten al green link, the park occupies most of the north east of the historic core.2 Minories Currently an art gallery and rentable studios, the fi rstsite project team occupy here and are the drivers behind the Visual Arts Facility (vaf).3 Proposed VAF site Centred in the green, the vaf will challenge the urban form but not impose itself, si ng back from the busy street front.4 Temporary Bus Sta on Due to move a few minutes away as part of major redevelopment5 St Boltophs Church & Park The parkland backs on to
main sta on car park, and has poten al for improved cross access with the neighbouring residen al areas.6 Shopping district A large retail area is criss-crossed by regular narrow streets and open spaces.7 Residen al area Divided from other residen al areas further south by the railway line, these areas are sensi ve to noise and disrup on.8 Roman Wall A strong visual reminder of the historic nature of the area, it is currently neglected and poorly maintained.
poten al movement source
green link primary vehicle route
to high street
to train sta on
1 5 8 6
Analysis of Area
roman grid & gateways | open space | vaf site
Concept The historic core is s ll highly visible both in plan and on foot, from the street pa ern to the Roman walls. The strength of this historic thread is a key characteris c for crea ng new environments and integra ng them with the exis ng urban fabric.
Proposal Using the grid form to realign the urban mass, connec on is made to the historic fabric with new threads of movement across the site allowing natural discovery and curiosity.
N1 Secret Gardens2 Stepped Gardens3 Stage4 Court5 Queens Square6 New urban space7 Removed urban mass8 Walkway at base of wall9 Break in wall10 Pedestrian connec on to residen al areas
The large green open space is broken up by oversized steps, lit from beneath, illustra ng the gradient while crea ng a series of informal smaller spaces.
bGreen spaces are linked from St Boltolphs into the new Queens Square by the removal of the outdated bus sta on. Light now pours in and pedestrian movement is eased.
Inclusion, curiosity and freedom have become the central principles of a design which hopes to capture the imagina on
of any who catch a whisper of the area. Inclusion, to allow all to par cipate, whether it is the crea on of an art piece, the part-
taking in an audience or simply to share a moment. Curiosity, to provoke thought, enable the poten al to spark a thought and
enlighten or ennoble an individual. And freedom, to allow the discovery of place, space and thought.
Art for arts sake is a philosophy of the well-fed mind.Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect
06The recent Changing Chelmsford Ini a ve has engaged local communi es, business and industry to create a joint vision for the town, and lay the founda ons for ac on. As part of this project three key areas of value have been iden fi ed which are either derelict or about to be abandoned.
tle Chelmsford Regenera onloca on Chelmsford, Essexorigin MSc Town Planningyear 2011focus urban understandingtools used autocad, photoshop, sketchup
key pedestrian routes & linksWestern centre boundary | inner ring roadEastern centre boundary | river chelmer
Anglia Ruskin University
Central Bus Sta on
1. Anne Knight
2. Marconi Works
3. Shire Hall
complex junc on
County Council Shire Hall
AK | Anne Knight
Marconi WorksReinvigorated with life and ambi on
through the design of a new campus for the expanding university. Key buildings
have been retained, such as the 1912 road front building, the Art Deco o ce and
accompanying factory buildings and water tower. These now house lectures rooms
and theatres, adminstra on o ces and a student bar. Across the site a new primary
route connects the train sta on with the riverside campus and residen al areas
to the north. New commercial and light industry units stand alongside the mul
storey car park providing for mul ple ac vity through out the day.
Anne KnightThe former University site has laid derelict for several years. The proposal looks to enable
movement and create both cultural and commercial opportuni es.
A new underpass, wide and overlooked by residences, provides direct access from the south along
a key axis to the Anne Knight building. This now stands as a small
local theatre fron ng on to a new pedestrianised sta on square. The
rhythm of the viaduct is refl ected in the proposed built form along
with increased permeability of the viaduct allowing cross movement.
Shire HallUnlike the other two sites here the buildings are all in use, withthe Shire Hall its self due to be vacated. This directs the focus of design to the space between them. To the west of the area are the county council buildingsto the north the Cathedral, and then the Hall itself, currently used as a magistrates court. From this the thought of civic society and its structure are taken, and illustrated through the use of materials, ligh ng anarrangement.
1 2 3 4
student accommoda on
light industry units
commercial & residen al
new links through viaduct
water features1 ground fountain (play)2 fountain (formal)3 pond (relaxa on)
sta on square (pedestrian priority, public transport route)
sheltered sea ng
Chelmsford Regenera on Masterplan Proposal
Three central concepts empower and enliven the sites above, looking to the historical signifi cance of each, while also thinking to the future. Together the sites facilitate the towns iden ty through ac ve urban environments, allowing clear and simple freedom of movement, readability of space and connec vity with the wider area. The designs rely on the indirect rela onships of the urban environment, providing curiosity and interest to all.
residen al | commercial | o ce | light industry | north
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exis ng buildings1 Class rooms & lecture theatres
2 Workshops & Studios3 Research Labs
4 Student Buiding5 Administra on
key axis link
Stone link Symbolic of civic link between the magistrates, council, Cathedral and people (represented by ground lights criss-crossing the fl oor, sugges ng adjacent routes).
2010-2011 MSc Town Planning (RTPI accredited)Anglia Ruskin University, ChelmsfordModules: Planning Implementa on, Planning & Society, Plan Making & Policy, Urban DesignMajor Project (Dis nc on): Chelmsford town centre regenera on masterplan
2009-2010 BSc Architectural Technology (CIAT accredited)Anglia Ruskin University, ChelmsfordModules: Design Technology 1, Design Technology 2, Project Management, European Studies, Innova on & TechnologyMajor Project: Architecture Beyond Building - Utopian thought over the past century
2006-2009 BSc ArchitectureAnglia Ruskin University, ChelmsfordModules: History and Theory, Introduc on to Technology and Design, Architecture and Planning, Transferable Skills, Design Procedures, Architectural Studies 2, Environmental Services, Site Studies, Planning and Design, Conversion and Adapta on, Architectural Design Studies 3, Project Evalua on and DevelopmentMajor Project: Form of the Theatre
2005 Cer fi cate in Humani esOpen University, Home Study
1999-2004 3 A-levels & 8 GCSEsNorthfi elds Technology College, Dunstable(A-levels) Geography, Philosophy, Biology
education and qualifi cations
profi leFascinated by design and people, I am enthusias c and excited to become involved in prac ce.
Through my me at university I have not only learnt and experimented with methods of design and research, but developed the skills and confi dence to deliver them. My interest in the urban environment keeps me highly mo vated and drives me to working towards full architectural registra on, and to con nue to explore and create enjoyable and interes ng architecture.
experience 2011 Travel
This past summer I was fortunate to spend just over a month travelling across Europe. A good friend and myself journeyed from city to city to discover new people, places and the architecture we have studied. Our only condi on was to book our return fl ight leaving us to work out our journey as we travelled.
Also this summer I joined a volunteer charity trip to Croa a to refurbish and decorate three childrens hospitals. As part of the fund raising e ort I learned to kayak and entered a na onal student compe on.
2011 Awarded Student Union Colours & Society Achievement AwardStudent Colours are awarded to two students each year who have demonstrated clear ambi on and been proac ve in achieving this ambi on through-out the semester.
Security O cer, London Luton AirportDaily tasks: X-ray opera on, bag and body searching, single person patrols and observa on.Skills: Direct contact with passengers requiring a clear, polite and tac ul approach as well as using ini a ve and understanding.
2002-2006 Checkout assistant & Stock Control, Tesco Stores LtdDaily tasks: Checkout opera on, stock count.Skills: Direct contact with customers. Moving into stock control required quick adapta on and use of ini a ve whilst being polite and asser ve to learn the stock system.
Team Work Worked as part of groups (2-6) on various university projects, both research and design
focused to deliver both reports and presenta ons. As President of archifunk I worked as part of the organising board for each event. The board
consisted of fi ve permanent members represen ng over ninety society members.
Computer ProgramsCompetency in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign. AutoCAD. Google Sketchup. Microso Word, Powerpoint and Publisher.
TrainingFull U.K. Driving Licence.Midas Cer fi cate - Competence in Minibus driving.
skillsCommunica on Compiled, wri en and produced both hard and digital format reports and presenta ons. Delivered projects from A4 reports to A1 presenta on boards to digital presenta on and fi lm. Public speaking to audiences of students, academics and the general public as part of design
project presenta ons, as President of Archifunk, as a representa ve of Changing Chelmsford and on behalf of the University.
Organisa on Lead and organised, as President, the successful student society Archifunk. Balanced university studies, employment, and work with archifunk and Changing Chelmsford.
References available on request
2010-2011 President & Co-Founder ArchifunkFounded by myself and four friends, we aimed to create a culture of architecture. Within a month we became the largest society at university and gained funding. We held several successful events including a group trip to Bath, a guest speaker and a four day end of year event which included a chare e, trip to the RIBA annual lecture and an exhibi on with local dignitaries and members of industry in a endance.
2010-2011 Changing Chelmsford Ini a veOrganised by the RSA, Essex County Council and Chelmsford Borough Council, the ini a ve is working to engage communi es, local business, local authori es and industry with each other to understand a joint ambi on and vision for the town. My involvement came as a representa ve of archifunk and the university with e orts focused on improving rela ons between the university and the local community which involved public speaking and a ending a series of visioning events.
2007 RIBA East Travel BursaryFollowing a successful bid for the RIBA East Travel Bursary, I then wrote an ar cle about my trip to Berlin and won a compe on to have it published in the regional newsle er.
architectureeco housepeninsula galleryform of theatrecontainer tower
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