BRYCE TAYLOR 7.91209—dc22

Selected Architectural Works




ARCHITECTURE

· Hiding In Plane Site

· Machine | Material
· Columbia Rowing Complex
· Berlin Post-Fab Housing
· Pratt Graduate Dormitory
· Manifold Surfaces
· Center for Emergent Objects
· Gartenschau Remstahl

RESEARCH

· Unnatural Assemblages
· Spatial Cartography
· Drawings & Outtakes


FABRICATION


· Hot Knife

· Furniture


BRYCE TAYLOR
Architectural designer originally from Las Vegas. Has worked in New York City & Berlin on projects of multiple scales and scopes.

He received his B. Arch in the Spring of 2018 from Pratt Institute School of Architecture.

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Barkow Leibinger 

Gartenschau Remstahl



This pavilion for was designed while at Barkow Leibinger for the 2019 Gartenschau expo in Fellbach, Germany. The pavilion considers the temporary lifetime of the project (10 years) and the history of engineering near Stuttgart. The pavilion is a pergola (from the Latin ‘pergula’) marks the top of the hill with a temple-like structure that floats like a cloud.
The structure itself is a thatch of steel elements that form a space-frame which rests on columns. This deep filigree structure – designed in cooperation with Werner Sobek – is a hatched roof that consists of a woven geometry of structural elements. It combines an ancient typology (pergola) with contemporary structural performance.

Remstahl Pavilion (2019)






The pavilion is prototypical and although intended for this site can be placed in other locations .

Recalling the earlier work of Konrad Wachsmann ("grapevine structure" from the 1950's) our project revisits this conceptual idea, as an updated idea for a contemporary structure making history new.
The (tectonic) joint updates the idea of the universal joint (as a way of connecting individual structural elements) and is an analogy of the intertwining grape vines that surround our structure. In this way the structure is ornamental and also analogy of nature.