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  • CHR STOPHER HAGUE

    Negative Space FlexibleArtistinResidence inSanFrancisco,CA

    Plains Institute Off-gridresearchfacility inCarrizoPlains,CA

    Annica [as] Space Adaptivereusetransitionalfacility inSanLuisObispo,CA

    Vellum FurnitureDesignCompetiton inSanLuisObispo.CA

    Curriculum Vitae Objective,Experience,Interests

    Renderings and Sketches CommissionsandPersonalVentures

  • NEGATIVE SPACE

    NEGATIVE SPACEAmechanicallyflexiblespacethathousesfourphotographers

    inSanFrancisco,Californiathatfluctuatesbetweenmodes

    toallowforasetofprogramstochangetheuseandqualityofthe

    interiorconditionbelowthefourslidinglivingquarters.

    1/4 IN = 1 FT

    FRONT ELEVATION 1/4 IN = 1 FT

    THIRD FLOOR

    1/4 IN = 1 FTREAR ELEVATION

    CHRISTOPHER HAGUE STUDIO KAPRIELIAN W15

    CREATED AS A SPACE FOR DIGITAL AND ANALOG PHOTOGRAPHERS TO FURTHER THE FIELD; A PHOTOGRAPHY ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE. THE SPACE ALLOWS THE ARTISTS TO PURSUE EACH STEP OF THE PROCESS FROM CONCEPTION TO TANGIBLE FRUITION. THE SPACE ITSELF IS A CRITIQUE OF THE USE OF VOLUME; WHEN VOLUME IS AT A PREMIUM NOT ALL SPACES HAVE EQUAL VALUE AT ANY SINGLE MOMENT IN TIME (t ), THUS THE ASSEMBLAGE OF SPACES TRANSITION IN A DEFINED AMOUNT OF FLEXIBILTY TO CATER TO SPECIFIC MOMENTS, OR META. VOLUMES OF SPACES ARE DEFINED WITHIN EACH META BY THE INTERSTITIAL SPACE BETWEEN KINETIC MOMENTS, NEGATIVE SPACE.

    SECOND FLOOR

    1/4 IN = 1 FT

    1/4 IN = 1 FT

    1/4 IN = 1 FT

    FRONT ELEVATION1/4 IN = 1 FT

    THIRD FLOOR

    1/4 IN = 1 FT REAR ELEVATION

    CHRISTOPHER HAGUESTUDIO KAPRIELIANW15

    CREATED AS A SPACE FOR DIGITAL AND ANALOG PHOTOGRAPHERS TO FURTHER THE FIELD; A PHOTOGRAPHY ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE. THE SPACE ALLOWS

    THE ARTISTS TO PURSUE EACH STEP OF THE PROCESS FROM CONCEPTION TO TANGIBLE FRUITION. THE SPACE ITSELF IS A CRITIQUE OF THE USE OF

    VOLUME; WHEN VOLUME IS AT A PREMIUM NOT ALL SPACES HAVE EQUAL VALUE AT ANY SINGLE MOMENT IN TIME (t ), THUS THE ASSEMBLAGE OF SPACES

    TRANSITION IN A DEFINED AMOUNT OF FLEXIBILTY TO CATER TO SPECIFIC MOMENTS, OR META. VOLUMES OF SPACES ARE DEFINED WITHIN EACH META BY THE

    INTERSTITIAL SPACE BETWEEN KINETIC MOMENTS, NEGATIVE SPACE.

    SECOND FLOOR

    1/4 IN = 1 FT

    1/4 IN = 1 FT

  • SUMMER: 11AM SPRING/FALL: 11AM WINTER: 11AM

    SCALE: 3/8 IN. = 1 FT. 2 FT 4 FT 8 FT

    WINTER

    SUMM

    ER

    3D BELOW COMFORT LEVELSOLAR SHADING MASK

    SUBTRACTIONFROM MODULAR

    SOLID

    COLLECTION + SIMPLIFICATION

    OF SURFACES

    MODULATION AGGREGATION STAMPINGON 4 X 8 SHEET

    Plains Institute FaadeStudy Amixedoccupancyresearchfaciity

    studyingtherevitalizationofthenativegrassintheCarrizoPlainincentralCalifornia.

    Extremetemperaturescreatedchallengesthatwereovercomebylayeringpassive

    systemstoenhanceoverallperformance.

  • 1 2 3

    2nd FLOOR

    SCALE: 1/64 = 1N

    1st FLOOR

    Plains Institute BuildingIntegrationAmixedoccupancyresearchfaciity

    studyingtherevitalizationofthenativegrassintheCarrizoPlainincentralCalifornia.

    Extremetemperaturescreatedchallengesthatwereovercomebylayeringpassive

    systemstoenhanceoverallperformance.Sunkenintotheearththebuildingisbaseisolateddrawingcoolairfromtheshadedplenum.Largestructuralcanyonwallsare

    continuedoutsidetheenvelopebytrenchescutintheearthtoframeviewsinthelandscape.

    2

    2

    3

    100FT

  • Outdoor AssemblyArea

    Public Parking

    Private Parking

    Concrete Shear Walls and Mat Foundation

    Modular FrameSystem

    Modular Housing

    Modular PrivatePractce Rooms

    TMHA Offices

    Outdoor AssemblyArea

    Group PracticeRooms

    Auditorium/Assembly Space

    Existing Masonry

    100200 50

    Scale: 1/32 In. = 1 Ft.

    A

    Outdoor AssemblyArea

    Public Parking

    Private Parking

    Concrete Shear Walls and Mat Foundation

    Modular FrameSystem

    Modular Housing

    Modular PrivatePractce Rooms

    TMHA Offices

    Outdoor AssemblyArea

    Group PracticeRooms

    Auditorium/Assembly Space

    Existing Masonry

    100200 50

    Scale: 1/32 In. = 1 Ft.

    A

    Annica [as} SpaceAspatialmanifestationoftheSanskritword,Annica,asanacceptanceofthecontinual

    changingnatureofreality,andacelebrationoftheconnectionbetweendifferentperiods,ormeasures,oftimeandspacebytheseperationandelevationofeachwithanembraceofpast,

    presentandfuturechange,flux,andgrowth.Astructuralmodularframingsystemoptimizedforfutureexpansionenrapturesbutrespects

    fromoutsidetheexistinghistoricmasonrywhilstelevatedwalkwayscreateanexuswithinthehollowedshellthatserveasviewingplatforms

    toshowcasetheunobstructedmasonryandconnectnewprogramspaces.Timeis

    lengthenedtransitioningthroughthenegativespacestheseparatetheoldfromthenew,

    heighteningandcelebratingachange.

    A

  • 100200 50

    Scale: 1/32 In. = 1 Ft.

    Ground Floor First Floor Second Floor Third Floor

    Mech.

    Priv.

    Bath.Prac.Rm.

    Prac.Rm.

    BackStage

    Stage

    Stor.

    Stor.

    Stor.

    Aud.Lobby

    Entrance

    Rec.Offices

    CommunityConference

    TMHA

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  • VellumAnannualfurniturecompetitionhosted

    byCalPolyCollegeofArchitectureandEnvironmentalDesigntopushdesignand

    applyconceptsinahumanscaledpieceofArchitecture.

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    Material: 100% Recycled/Salvaged Cost: $32.00Form: Measured for the body

    Focusing on the form of the body, and how to support it in a sustainable way.

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    Surfaces were shimmed into postion one-eighth inch at a time to support the body and tested in a form study. In fruition, the design was constructed using 100% recycled and salvaged material minus the low-VOC adhesive that was the only cost of the project.

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    Duration:25minuterawrender+120minutesPs

  • Duration:15minutes

    Duration:120minutes

  • Duration:25minuterawrender+150minutesPs

  • CHR STOPHER HAGUEissuu.com/christopherhague575 Sari Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89110

    702.290.3034 chague@calpoly.edu

    Objective Transcend dogmatic principles through the utilization of multi-disciplinary technologies

    Southeast Career Technical Academy (2009-2013)Advanced Honors Diploma - Architectural Drafting Concentration

    California State Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo (2013-Present)Bachelors of Architecture - (On Track)

    Experience

    Software

    Education

    Letter Perfect USA Inc. (2010-2014)

    Craft Beer Hound LLC (2014)Custom Craftsman: creating custom artwork and fulfilling invoices

    Sign Fabricator/Installer: TIG welding, painting, assembly, installation

    National Conference for Beginning Design Students (2016)Co-Author and Speaker

    Clark County School District Excellence Award for Architectural Drafting (2012)Awarded to one student annually

    Runner-Up at Vellum Furniture Design Competition (2014)

    NAAB Accredidation Selection Sample (Winter, Spring, and Fall 2015)

    Avid outdoorsman, furniture maker, photographer, bowler, coffee connoisseur, and PC enthusiast

    Christopher Hague Designs (2013-Present)Sole Practitioner: rendering, marketing, design development, and consultation

    Cal Poly Architecture Department (2016-Present)Head of Research and Development Internship: prototyping, fabrication, analysis

    Abode Creative Suite/Cloud, Rhinoceros 3D 5, Vray 2.0, Revit (2016),AutoCAD (2007-2012), Google Sketchup , Autodesk 123d Suite, Microsoft Suite

    Nevada State Champion (2011-2012 and 2012-2013 Academic Years)

    United States Air Force Award of Distinction in Math and Science (2013)

    Publication

    Recognition

    About Chris