BUILD|Design + DESIGN|Build Gallery

A collection of the Design|BUILD and BUILD|Design projects I have organized over the past eight years.

The SuperUse pavilion was convinced and constructed with students of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Art, Building Construction Science and Landscape Contracting. Begun in May 2011 – (numerous elective courses later) concluded in March 2013.

Pavilion and Rain Gardens at Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum - Architecture and Landscape Architecture design-build collaboration (photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

Pavilion and Rain Gardens at Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum – Architecture and Landscape Architecture design-build collaboration
(photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

Pavilion and Rain Gardens at Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum - Architecture and Landscape Architecture design-build collaboration (photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

Pavilion and Rain Gardens at Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum – Architecture and Landscape Architecture design-build collaboration

(photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

Pavilion and Rain Gardens at Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum - Architecture and Landscape Architecture design-build collaboration (photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

The Green Building Demonstration Pavilion, with its 600 square-foot green roof, is a public use space that forms the centerpiece for the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum's rain garden. Over five years, more than 200 undergraduate- and graduate-level landscape architecture, landscape contracting, architecture, art, building science and graphic design students designed and built the museum's green infrastructure and sustainable building technologies. The garden project has earned several awards, most recently winning the 2015 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 4's Rain Catcher Award in the neighborhood/community-level. (photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

The Green Building Demonstration Pavilion, with its 600 square-foot green roof, is a public use space that forms the centerpiece for the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum’s rain garden. Over five years, more than 200 undergraduate- and graduate-level landscape architecture, landscape contracting, architecture, art, building science and graphic design students designed and built the museum’s green infrastructure and sustainable building technologies. The garden project has earned several awards, most recently winning the 2015 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 4’s Rain Catcher Award in the neighborhood/community-level.
(photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

Pavilion and Rain Gardens at Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum - Architecture and Landscape Architecture design-build collaboration (photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

Pavilion and Rain Gardens at Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum – Architecture and Landscape Architecture design-build collaboration
(photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

Pavilion and Rain Gardens at Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum - Architecture and Landscape Architecture design-build collaboration (photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

Pavilion and Rain Gardens at Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum – Architecture and Landscape Architecture design-build collaboration
(photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

Pavilion and Rain Gardens at Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum - Architecture and Landscape Architecture design-build collaboration (photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

Pavilion and Rain Gardens at Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum – Architecture and Landscape Architecture design-build collaboration
(photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

Pavilion and Rain Gardens at Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum - Architecture and Landscape Architecture design-build collaboration (photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

Pavilion and Rain Gardens at Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum – Architecture and Landscape Architecture design-build collaboration
(photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

Fall 2015 Landscape Architecture Potage Labs

Developed within the Collaborative Tectonics Design Studio 2a. This studio is composed of both Architecture and Building Construction Science students generally totaling around 50-60 students.

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Fall 2014, MSU Golf Course Storm Shelters

Developed within the Collaborative Tectonics Studio 2a. This studio is composed of both Architecture and Building Construction Science students generally totaling around 50-60 students.

MSU Golf Course shelter project - designed and built by the Collaborative Studio class, which consists of both second-year architecture and building construction science students. (photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

MSU Golf Course shelter project – designed and built by the Collaborative Studio class, which consists of both second-year architecture and building construction science students.
(photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

MSU Golf Course shelter project - designed and built by the Collaborative Studio class, which consists of both second-year architecture and building construction science students. (photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

MSU Golf Course shelter project – designed and built by the Collaborative Studio class, which consists of both second-year architecture and building construction science students.
(photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

MSU Golf Course shelter project - designed and built by the Collaborative Studio class, which consists of both second-year architecture and building construction science students. (photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

MSU Golf Course shelter project – designed and built by the Collaborative Studio class, which consists of both second-year architecture and building construction science students.
(photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

MSU Golf Course shelter project - designed and built by the Collaborative Studio class, which consists of both second-year architecture and building construction science students. (photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

MSU Golf Course shelter project – designed and built by the Collaborative Studio class, which consists of both second-year architecture and building construction science students.
(photo by Megan Bean / © Mississippi State University)

Fall 2013, Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians Rural Bus Shelters

Developed within the Collaborative Tectonics Studio 2a. This studio is composed of both Architecture and Building Construction Science students generally totaling around 50-60 students. The projects are sponsored by the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians.

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Spring 2010, Crosby Arboretum pedestrian bridges prototype was an elective 3 credit hour course with students of Architecture.

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Fall 2010, Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians Rural Transit Bus shelter prototype

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Spring 2009, Student Lounge project was an elective 3 credit hour course with students of Architecture.

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