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Transcript of Mississippi Maritime Museum Project Book

  • MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY

    BOOKLET DESIGN: John Taylor Schaffhauser

    SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

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  • The Mississippi State University School of Architecture offers an intense, carefully structured, and rich array of studio courses that constitute a solid foundation for architectural practice. While course work is comprehensive in scope, providing students with an awareness of the diversity and complexity of todays professional world, each studio course has its own important role in developing the unique knowledge and abilities required of architects in a modern world.

    The spring fourth year architectural design studio constitutes a capstone project, comprehensive in nature in relation to design, programming, and building systems.

    The spring 2014 capstone project, and the production of this pamphlet, is sponsored by funding from the Mississippi Maritime Museum. This document thus acts as both an archive of student work and a catalyst of future development.

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    ents This pamphlet documents the work of 31 fourth year architecture students who each independently worked to produce two schematic design proposals and scenarios for

    a Mississippi Maritime Museum to honor the legendary history of shipbuilding in Pascagoula and the various maritime interests on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

    Both the students and faculty worked closely with the museums Board of Directors. Needless to say, students worked under the foundational implication that each of their projects had the potential to influence the future programming and design of the actual museum, in addition to an understanding that the their work would be instrumental to both marketing and fundraising strategies.

    The site of the museum is located on Lowry Island in the Pascagoula Riverway.

    Studio funding and awards were sponsored by the Mississippi Maritime Museum Board of Directors in Pascagoula.

  • MUSEUMMARITIME

    Hans Herrmann, AIA Assistant ProfessorSchool of Architecture

    Jacob Gines, AIA Assistant ProfessorSchool of Architecture

    students & studio leaders

    Jared BarnettByron BelleWill CommaratoNick DoddBrooke DormanKatherine ErnstJonathan GreerJordan HansonMelinda IngramJacob JohnsonLandon KennedySamantha KingRobert LedetDavid LewisAnna LyleEmily Lysek

    Cory MayRusty McInnisRachel McKinleyAndrew McMahanMcKenzie MoranAnthony PennyAlex ReevesMark RileyAustin RobinsonJohn Taylor SchaffhauserColton StephensKyle StoverAshlyn TempleJames ThomasLarry TravisWill TonosEthan WarrenKeAirra Williams

  • MUSEUMMARITIMEMISSISSIPPI

    Pat Keene Jack Hoover, MD Perry Thompson Delores Irly Robert HardyBob SmithTerry Boldman Joe DempsterCynthia GarlichGeorge Sholl

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    rs The Mississippi Maritime Museum is governed by a board of directors whom ultimately work together to oversee the development of the museums future in terms of funding, artifact collection, and ultimate vision for a beacon of education along the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

    This board is composed of a total of ten members, whose great differences in life experience and past careers come together to provide a uniquely diverse and guided vision for the museum. The members are listed as follows:

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    ards The Mississippi Maritime Museum Board of Directors, accompanied by both local architects and faculty of the

    Mississippi State University School of Architecture, reviewed each of the students work at the end of the spring semester. Through thorough comparison and discussion between the various jurors, three students were chosen to receive awards for excellence in their proficiency of design, particularly for bringing the Boards grand vision of a world-class museum to life in their both imaginative and progressive designs.

    Two students, Landon Kennedy and John Taylor Schaffhauser, were jointly chosen to receive the Capstone Award, each receiving a $500 prize for design excellence. Jonathan Greer was also chosen to receive an Honorable Mention Book Award for his dedication to realizing the Boards ultimate vision.

    The following spreads document these three students projects, displaying the most compelling images / artifacts produced throughout their design work.

  • LANDON KENNEDY 1CAPSTONE AWARD WINNERPROFESSOR JACOB GINESMARCH 201414

  • CAPSTONE AWARD WINNERPROFESSOR JACOB GINESMAY 2014 2LANDON KENNEDY16

  • JOHN TAYLOR SCHAFFHAUSER 1CAPSTONE AWARD WINNERPROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMARCH 201418

  • JOHN TAYLOR SCHAFFHAUSER 2CAPSTONE AWARD WINNERPROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMAY 201420

  • 1HONORABLE MENTION BOOK AWARDPROFESSOR JACOB GINESMARCH 2014JONATHAN GREER22

  • 2HONORABLE MENTION BOOK AWARDPROFESSOR JACOB GINESMAY 2014JONATHAN GREER24

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  • At the beginning of the Spring 2014 semester, all fourth year architecture students had the opportunity to not only meet the Mississippi Maritime Museum Board of Directors, but also discuss with them directly about their vision for a maritime museum in Pascagoula, Mississippi.

    Thus, the students began their design work directly from information discussed in a constructed charette of conversations with the Board of Directors. After spending an entire day discussing the broad vision at hand, students then toured and documented their prospective site along the Pascagoula River. Upon returning to campus, students began their design work right away to finish a schematic proposal of the museum by the end of March. Upon completion of this first iteration, students were then given the opportunity to re-do their projects, creating a second design proposal based on ideas and concepts developed during the first designs. At the completion of the semester, students presented both of their projects to the Board of Directors and local architects and faculty.stu

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  • 1PROFESSOR JACOB GINESMARCH 2014BYRON BELLE28

  • 2PROFESSOR JACOB GINESMAY 2014BYRON BELLE30

  • WILL COMMORATO 1PROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMARCH 201432

  • PROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMAY 2014 2WILL COMMORATO34

  • 1PROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMARCH 2014NICK DODD36

  • 2PROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMAY 2014NICK DODD38

  • 1PROFESSOR JACOB GINESMARCH 2014BROOKE DORMAN40

  • 2PROFESSOR JACOB GINESMAY 2014BROOKE DORMAN42

  • 1PROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMARCH 2014KATHERINE ERNST44

  • 2PROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMAY 2014KATHERINE ERNST46

  • 1PROFESSOR JACOB GINESMARCH 2014JORDAN HANSON48

  • 2PROFESSOR JACOB GINESMAY 2014JORDAN HANSON50

  • 1PROFESSOR JACOB GINESMARCH 2014MELINDA INGRAM52

  • 2PROFESSOR JACOB GINESMAY 2014MELINDA INGRAM54

  • 1PROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMARCH 2014JACOB JOHNSON56

  • 2PROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMAY 2014JACOB JOHNSON58

  • 1PROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMARCH 2014SAMANTHA KING60

  • 2PROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMAY 2014SAMANTHA KING62

  • 1PROFESSOR JACOB GINESMARCH 2014ROBERT LEDET64

  • 2PROFESSOR JACOB GINESMAY 2014ROBERT LEDET66

  • 1PROFESSOR JACOB GINESMARCH 2014DAVID LEWIS68

  • 2PROFESSOR JACOB GINESMAY 2014DAVID LEWIS70

  • 1PROFESSOR JACOB GINESMARCH 2014ANNA LYLE72

  • 2PROFESSOR JACOB GINESMAY 2014ANNA LYLE74

  • 1PROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMARCH 2014EMILY LYSEK76

  • 2PROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMAY 2014EMILY LYSEK78

  • 1PROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMARCH 2014CORY MAY80

  • 2PROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMAY 2014CORY MAY82

  • 1PROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMARCH 2014RUSTY McINNIS84

  • 2PROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMAY 2014RUSTY McINNIS86

  • 1PROFESSOR JACOB GINESMARCH 2014ANDREW McMAHAN88

  • 2PROFESSOR JACOB GINESMAY 2014ANDREW McMAHAN90

  • 1PROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMARCH 2014McKENZIE MORAN92

  • 2PROFESSOR HANS HERRMANNMAY 2014McKENZIE MORAN94

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