kevin rogan—architecture & design portfolio
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Kevin Roganarchitecture & design portfolio
Professional workCedar Terrace/Magnolia Homes
(master planning, residential
Broadview Hotel(institutional, rehabilitation)
Peoples Health Centers(commercial)
Visualization(various projects and typologies)
My professional work ranges from concept visualization to the production of final construction documents. I work on a wide variety of project typologies, including institutional & commercial buildings and 200+ unit multi-use housing developments.
Commercial building: St. Louis, MO
Working primarily in the Housing Studio, I design and detail multi-use developments of varying sizes that adhere to U.S. HUD, LEED, and EGC guidelines and often support a mixed-income demographic.
Cedar Terrace/Magnolia HomesMixed-use development: San Antonio, TXPhases worked: SD, CD
Broadview HotelPreservation & rehabilitation: East St. Louis, ILPhases worked: SD, DD, CA
Current state of building
Preliminary plans & elevations
Peoples Health CenterInstitutional building: St. Louis, MOPhases worked: SD, DD, CD, CA
Master planning: Atlanta, GA
Design development: Austin, TX
Post-CD marketing: San Antonio, TX
(All images were created with a combination of SketchUp, Revit, Lumion, 3Ds Max, Vray, Kerkythea, KeyShot, and the Adobe Creative Suite.)
Interior design: St. Louis, MO.
Schematic design: Minneapolis, MN
Biopoetic urbanism: participatory infrastructure & the future city
New Ecologies:recuperating urban hydrology in Suzhou, CN
Performance of the boundary:campus theater
Urban Green Systems: master planning and park
Biopoetic urbanism:Participatory infrastructure & the future city
Semester X (thesis)
urbanism & ekistics
This design project is the product of my
research thesis, Autonomy in the Future City.
EAST AFRICA 2080How does a burgeoning population expand without destroying its surroundings? The Spine attempts to mediate growth and social/environmental stewardship.
The city as we know it is a destroyer of landscapes, resources & communitiesbut it does not need to be.
East Africa in 2080 is now home to 2 billion people. How can we ensure all these people will be able to live equitably?
The Spine in a pre-existing urban area
Maps of proposed regional conditions
A suspended transit platform
The Spine in an existing urban area
The Spinal city topology is raised to minimize spatial impact but maximum distributive effect.
Longitudinal section through urban zone
The Spine is a conduit for the reception and distribution of resources, production, development, and people. A filigree urbanism grows from the Spine, responding to the morphogenic affiliation of a strong linearity, the amenities provided, and the connections offered.
There exists in East Africa an opportunity to propose a new urbanism that embraces the commons, the environment, and social equity in a new urban ecology.
Conditional longitudinal sections (typical)
Initial research map: Gini coefficient data Research map: transit networks
Research map: data infrastructure Research map: protected areas
Research map: population density Research map: power networks
New ecologies: recuperating urban hydrology in Suzhou, CN
Suzhous centuries-old canals are masterpieces of pre-industrial equitable infrastructure, forming a critical component of the Lake Tai hydroregionnow in peril due to increasing urbanization.
The vertical canal offers the possibility of a new, recuperative hydrourbanism.
The elevated streetscape over remediation beds
Urban expansion near Tai Lake
Algae blooms in Tai Lake
System in Suzhou urban context
Water remediation zones as parkscape
Structural diagram of systems
Community functions are lofted to both allow the street level be a site of canal cleanup and water remediation, as well as to allow for the use of gravity in filtration, water capturing, and storage.
Water cycleStages of implementation: rewriting the water cycle
Performance of the boundary:campus theater
Drury University has a well-known theater program, but no theater building. In designing a suitable theater, practice space, shop, and classrooms, I began to interrogate the notion of performative spaces.
The boundary between stage & audience dissolves
The Proscenium arch is a delimiter between actors & audience. The extension of the proscenium to encompass the entire theatre and move into the campus reconsiders the containment of the stage.
Elevation from Drury Lane
Section at black box theater and lobby
Longitudinal section at educational wing
Perspective section through theater/back of house
Urban Green Systems: Master planning & park
Carl Junction, MO
Carl Junction is a town in southwest Missouri marked by deep divisions.
We proposed a system of connective tissues, based off of research & co-development with residents of the town and local government.
Phase 2. Trail system expands and development of auxiliary infrastructure increases. Trailheads at strategic points are developed into spaces to contain local commercial endeavors.
Phase 3. The creation of neighborhood trails completes a comprehensive trail system. More specialized park and natural elements are put in place and allowed to develop.
Phase 1. Plotting new parks, repositioning the downtown area as a foot traffic hub, creating regional feeder trails connecting along rail lines to nearby communities.
We proposed economic programs supported by an underpinning green networktrails, nature centers, parks, recycling centers, and other attractionsto boost economic development, creating an eco-eco approach to growth.
The full report we delivered to the Carl Junction Visioning Committee is available online here.
Phase 4. The trail system is integrated into regional rail systems, making it possible to move throughout the town without use of a car. Natural systems and parks now work in tandem to produce new ecologies, and developmental guidelines, coupled with natural barriers, ensure new development will not be at the expense of natural systems.
Alternative transit Economic zones Ecological awareness
Memorial Park plan
Variance in the species, densities, and organizational schemes of plantings, coupled with a path and datum wall network, create an evocative, rolling experience.
Entrance to park from E Pennel St.
The memorial is the park. Instead of concentrating the memorial to a single point, the functions of the memorial are distributed into the park. Function & remembrance become one and the same.
View from within memorial walk toward pavilion