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70 Botticelli Street, Fig Tree Pocket, Brisbane, QLD, 4069

Abigail Ward

+61 4819343699 abigailerinward@gmail.com linkedin.com/in/abigail-ward13b9b517b

Bachelor of Architecture Graduate

ABOUT ME

BIO

As a happy and sociable individual, I am capable of managing my time well whilst balancing work and personal commitments. At school, I was able to juggle school work, socialising and sporting Date of Birth: commitments whilst still maintaining above average grades and becoming one of ten senior 19 September prefects in my final year, in addition to being a school buddy, which entailed guiding the younger years through school. My extra-curricular volunteering work with children, young adults and Nationality: vulnerable older adults with physical and learning disabilities, helped me grow as a person and allowed me to develop a wider range of people skills. Working as a part time life guard also taught British with me that team work was critical to saving lives and preventing accidents; being part of this team Australian was something I thoroughly enjoyed and cherished. I learnt trust, commitment and concentration permanent during my time as a life guard and I am now able to use these in my everyday life. During my residency school and university life, I have played numerous team sports, including netball at club level, Location: hockey at regional level and have also reached the national schools finals in swimming, athletics and hockey. Each one of these team sports has taught me that commitment and persistence Brisbane produces results.

EDUCATION 2001 - 2003 2003 - 2006

2006 -2016

WORK EXPERIENCE

Level School Primary School, UK

Wykeland Property Development, UK.

Elaine McKendry ARQUI+ , Architects , Brisbane. Portugal. Chameleon Business Volunteer at University of Interiors, UK. Hull Architecture School, UK.

Frobel House Primary School, UK

2014

Hymers College Junior & Senior School, UK

2017 – present

Bachelors Degree

2015

3 A* - Physical Education,

A – Design and

Chemistry, Maths

Technology

4 A – English Literature,

B – Maths

English Language, Biology, Design and Technology

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– German,%Business,

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2017

Volunteer at the Disabled Games, Hull Rotary Club, UK SALT Architects, UK.

QUALIFICATIONS AS - LEVELS

2016

2018

Revit

B - Maths

Adobe: Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator

B – Design and

Microsoft: PowerPoint, Word

Technology

C – Biology %

2006

Primary School Endeavour Award

2008

Design and Technology commendation

2014

Design and Technology award

2015

Schools Starpack Design Competition: Commended

2015

Senior Prefect

2016

School Buddy

2016

PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENTS National School Athletics Finalist

2008

National Schools Swimming Finalist

2008

National School Athletics Finalist

2009

National School Hockey Finalist

2012

Participated in the Tall Ship Race. Harlingen (in Netherlands) to

2014

Frederiksted (in Norway) on The Black Dimond. Sports woman of the year, Hymers College, Hull, UK

2015

Hockey award, at Cromwell College, UQ, Brisbane, Australia.

2017

REFERENCES Work 1:

Work 2 :

Tom Versluys, Boulevard Gardens, Brisbane, QLD.

Emma Leak, Ball Gown Divas, Beverley, UK.

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Contact Number: 0419676769

Contact Number: +447977792962

Contact Email: tom@boulevardgardens.com.au

Contact Email: info@ballgowndivas.co.uk

Google Sketch up

University References:

University References:

Mentor Reference:

Mark Gregory,% Third Year tutor for %

Emerald Vermeer, tutor for Architecture in % Asia, UQ.

Fuller November, M3 Architects, Brisbane, QLD.

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YEAR

Contact Number: 0468950669

Contact Number: 0423491776

Contact Email:

Contact Email: fuller.n@m3architecture.com

Design subject, UQ. Seek reference from:

2012 – 2013

Contact Email:

Ball Gown Divas, Beverley, UK

2014 – 2016

mark_gregory22@hotmail.com

Childcare, The Ashbee Family, UK.

2014 – 2017

Lifeguard at Hymers College, Hull, UK

2016 – 2017

Research Analyst, Feedback Market Research Ltd, UK

YEAR

Rhino 3D

Art

EMPLOYMENT

House Captain

SONA Mentoring, UQ. Seek reference from:

SKILLS A-LEVELS

YEAR

2019

Volunteer “Run With It” at KCOM Stadium, UK.

University of Queensland

GCSE

1997

ACHIEVEMENTS

emeraldvermeer@outlook.com


REFERENCE .2

REFERENCE .1

REFERENCE .2 ABN 46 694 514 223 | 133 Dudley Street East, QLD 4103 | info@smudgeable.com | T: 0459616224

Pam Dunwell, “Run With It” Education Centre, Hull, UK.

REFERENCE ABIGAIL WARD 05/11/2019

To Whom It May Concern, I am writing this reference for Abigail Ward, with whom I was fortunate to work during her final semester of the undergraduate Architecture course at The University of Queensland. As Abigail’s design tutor, I was able to oversee her work and progress in the final design studio entitled ‘Architectural Design: Tectonics & Precision’. Abigail is an excellent student. She has a strong work ethic, great organisational skills and an eye for detail. She always came to our tutorial sessions with new ideas to share, was open and willing to learn, discuss and explore different design ideas, and to experiment in her project work. The project for the final semester was particularly challenging, requiring students to explore their designs in far greater detail than they had previously in their academic careers. Abigail was able to embrace this new way of working, by researching and intelligently interrogating numerous construction techniques, systems and built precedents. I have no hesitation in recommending Abigail as a potential employee and I believe she will make an excellent addition to any office or team. Please feel free to contact me with any additional questions you may have regarding Abigail. Yours Faithfully

Abi worked as an extremely valuable volunteer in 2016. She was an enthusiastic team member with She an ability to relate Abi worked as anhard-working extremely valuable volunteer in 2016. was enthusiastic hard-working team member withhighly an ability to relate toanboth adults and young people. Abi was dependable always to both adults and young people.with Abi was dependable always cheerful and willing to assist anyhighly tasks, often using her own cheerful and willing to assist with any tasks, often using her own initiative to great effect. initiative to great effect.

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their understanding & experience of employability skills in a vocational setting.

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Run with it" is a“Run non-profit organisation that Pam Dunwell, With It”making Education Centre, Hull, UK.offers a different way of learning for children and young people, using the unique sports environment of the KCOM Stadium, in Hull, England. Run with it" is a non-profit making organisation that offers a The ethos of the organisation is based on improving the attitudes different way of learning for children and young people, using the and motivation of young of people to engage & unique sports environment the KCOM Stadium,in in improving Hull, England. developing literacy and numeracy skills, the whilst broadening The ethos oftheir the organisation is based on improving attitudes and motivation of young people to engage in improving & skills in a their understanding & experience of employability developing setting. their literacy and numeracy skills, whilst broadening vocational

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Adoption Center Final Design Year 2- Semester 2 - DESIGN

Final assessment of second year of BArch Design. The objective for this project was to create an Animal adoption center using a culmination of prior smaller assessments starting with a precedent, mine of which was architect Steven Holl. Starting off small I had to design a dog kennel from precedent Steven Holl’s work in assessment 1. After this I slowly increasing the size and development, of my dog kennel to produce an adoption center building. Through each assignment I refined the project working closely with my tutor and course coordinator, producing my final design, shown below.

My personal aim of the adoption center was to create a floor plan that curved around the sight in a playful manor to symbolise the playful nature of the animal that would be inside the building, as well as keeping my precedent architect in mind by using geometric cut out shapes to provide courtyard areas and a façade that he favors also using geometric cut outs for windows, I used Simmons hall as reference and also using secondary influences such as; Santa Rita Geriatric Center by Manuel Ocana, Infinity Learning Center by McBride Charles Ryan.


With the use of this sectional perspective you can see that the dog kennels line the outter edge of the exposed court yard, creating a definitive line between the exposed and sheltered courtyard area. These dog kennels continue the use of the playful faรงade shape on the exterior of the building and to create atmosphere as well as insulation the kennels are roofed with greenery to ensure the animals feel more free and disguise the idea that they are in the center of a large building.


Aboriginal Aged Care Facility 1 643 Deception Bay Road Year 3 - Semester 1- Design

STREET ELEVATION

N.T.S

The idea here was to bring the landscape, which aborigianl communities resonate with most, to the upper levels of the building. this keeping residents safe but also in touch with their native plants and makes them feel close to ‘Country’. STAFF MEETING AREA/TRAINING AREA

COMMON AREA

BATHROOM

I wanted to bring the landscape to the upper levels on the exterior, as well as, the interior. i did this through the use of the facade, using local wood battens, some as cladding and other sections as fencing that occupants can see through to allow views across the landscape to the ocean.

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Aboriginal Aged Care Facility - A02 643 Deception Bay Road Year 3 - Semester 1 - Design

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NATIVE TREES: Riberry

Lemon Mrytle


Inboard Room 1:50


Inboard Room 1:50

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Sectional Perspective 1 1:50

Sectional Perspective 2 1:200


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AR C H 3200- S emester 2 Ga t e way Pre cinct UQ

Admin Post Grad Studies Research Staff Amenities Services Core

Level 3 - Zoning N.T.S

Throughout the zoning diagrams it is clear that the designs tries to push the concept of intergrating as many faculties as possible. This is for the reason that it is important for students to feel close to/ able to approach the staff for help without feeling intimidated or not being able to find them at all. This aids a collaborative proccess between students and also between students and staff alike. There is alos the element of the glass envelope that allow people inside to see out and visa versa, meaning more interaction between the two and prevents isolation of staff and students.


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East Elevation 1:500

West Elevation 1:500


DStructural, Strategies and Solutions - D

CLT partial section 1:200

CLT - floor to column joint 1:20

CLT - slab to column joint 1:20


West Facade Balcony 3D N.T.S

West Facade Detailed Section 1:20 West Facade Elevation Call Out 1:50


Veneer Blackbutt timber Locally sources (South Queensland) hardwood, weather resistant. 40x40 Batterns

Steel Framing

40x200, Black tinted/painted

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softwood so needs covering with veneer hardwood or kept inside. Beam 600x800 Floors 250mm Columns 600x600 Grid 9000x6000

Down Pipe

East Facade Balcony 3D N.T.S

Mullion

Aluminium Extrusion 80x200

Glazing

Pannels 1500x3000

East Facade Elevation Call Out 1:50

East Facade Detail 1:20


Lecture Stairs Sectional Perspective 1:200


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Lecture Stairs - Planter Detail


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