Kelcie Buchanan

Nibley, UT
Student, Utah State University

1,000 sq. ft. Tiny House

1,000 sq. ft. Tiny House
Faculty advisor: Darrin Brooks

This project was designed for the mountains of Park City. Inspired by the simplicity and elegance of architecture, this modern and Scandinavian inspired design was created. Created in Revit, CAD and Photoshop.

Next Hub

This project reinvented two floors of an office building into an educational space for non-traditional students. The inspiration for the NEXT HUB and its design came primarily from nature and the colors found there. From the bright beautiful teals and aquas found in the oceans of Bali to California, to the greens found in foliage, many colors are found in the HUB. Due to the nature of modern technology, many find themselves indoors and away from nature and all the inspiring and uplifting things found there. By providing bold and beautiful colors that aren’t commonly seen in daily life, it will encourage and ignite drive and passion in students for their futures and for their personal growth and learning. Created in Revit, CAD and Photoshop.

Pave & Bank of America

Pave & Bank of America

Project team: Candice Buttars

This project was created for a college campus and would be a "pop up" semi-permanent building. This design was inspired by the flag on the Bank of America logo which was then abstracted into this modern design. Created in Revit, CAD and Photoshop.