BRYAN A. KOREIS, ASLA
Landscape Architecture | 2010
I would like to extend to you my sincere appreciation for taking the time to look through my design
I consider hand graphics to have certain, inimitable qualities about them that digital renderings fail to
I seem to find myself picking up a pencil and marker more often than not, and for this
reason, much of the work on the subsequent pages were produced, for the most part, by hand.
These projects were all completed in the final four semesters of my education at Washington State
University. While most are of my own individual labor, one slide displays group work in which each
team member fulfilled a vital role in the successful completion of the project. This project has been
Again, I would like to say “Thank You” for the time you spend browsing my work. If you have
questions on any of the projects, I would be more than happy to provide necessary clarification.
Diatrophe , from the Greek meaning “sustenance” or “food”, was a design project that explored ways to provide patrons
with a versatile dining environment. Pullman experiences yearly extreme temperatures and heavy snowfall; hence,
necessary project goals included an enclosed, outdoor dining pavilion and a semi-enclosed outdoor waiting area located
adjacent to the restaurant. Additional open-air seating for up to forty guests was provided to capitalize on eastern
Washington’s warm spring and summer seasons.
Diatrophe | al Fresco Dining Conception | Pullman, WA
The Horticulture and Landscape Architecture Display Garden is a hands-on experience that provides design-build and
plant maintenance education to landscape architecture students. Each year, students of junior class standing participate in
a two-part, design-build course that teaches sustainable design and construction using recycled materials and drought
The above drawings were completed as an initial, individual project. All group work followed in the previous semester.