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ALEJAND R O

ABOUT ME BUILDINGS, HOUSES, PARKS. WO RDS THAT CREATE THE PERSONIFICATIO N OF AN ARCHITECT, IN TODAY’ S MAS S MEDIA GENERATION WE TEND T O LO SE THE CON TEXT OF CER TAIN IDEALS. THE IDEAL THAT WE WERE ALL PLACED IN THIS WORLD T O MAKE A DIFFERENCE IS CLEARLY DEFINED BY MOS T INDIVIDUALS , HO WEVER WHEN THE QUES TIO N ARISES AS TO HOW O NE ACCOMPLISHES THIS IS WHERE THE LINE BETWEEN AVERAGE AND GENIUS IS DEFINED. ARCHITECTURE IS PURE IN N OVATION AND CREATIVIT Y, THE RAW ABILITY TO CREATE, IN N O VATE AND RADICALIZE.

CORPUS

+1 917 803-0042 acorpus@bsu.edu

EDUCATION BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE, 2016

MUNCIE, INDIANA

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE NEW YORK, NEW YORK DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION MAY 2016 - PRESENT

NEW YORK, NEW YORK DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION MAY 2015 - AUGUST 2015

MUNCIE, INDIANA JANUARY 2015 - PRESENT

• Created new CAD documents and or modified existing drawings as required. • Assisted with FDC and AIA continuing education events. In addition, the APM will maintain the administration responsibilities for all strategic planning outreach events and programs. • Assisted in creating and maintaining Service Contract Library, inclusive of all warrantees, attic stock and maintenance agreements. • Assist in negotiating and establishing new service contracts from all base construction contracts. • Head designer of the iPhone CardBORED Case • Founded of an environmental conscious company • Filed under the U.S. Small Business Association as a Limited Liability Company (LLC)

SKILLS •

Fluent in English, Spanish and HTML

Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Final Cut Pro X, Apple Motion, Adobe Master collection (CS5- CS6, high proficiency in Adobe Premiere/After Effects), Rhinoceros V5, Auto3Ds Max, Maya, Revit, and Sketch Up.


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Comisione d by the 9 / 11 Memorial & Museum , a d esig n prop osal was requeste d for a new g uid e d

project: location: year:

ICMA STEEL COMPETITION NEW ORLEAN S , LOUISIANA 2014

tour d esk . The d esig n was to be consitant with existin g aesthetics of the museum . The d esig n was tto be minimal and unitrusive .

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CARDBORED project: location: year:

DESIGN

A MATERIAL EX PLORATION

PROTOTYPE

MUNCIE , IN

MANUFACTURE

2015

brief In 2012 , Iz har Gaf ni , an Israeli me c hanical en gineer and cyclin g enthusiast , unveile d a prototyp e bicycle ma d e almost entirely out of cardbo ard in his works hop in Mos ha v Ahituv . The

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wheels ,

handlebars

s heets

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includin g and

cardbo ard

bike ’ s

sa d dle , fold e d

frame ,

consist and

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to g ether . The complete bike weig hs 20 p ound and is tre ate d to be fireproof and waterproof .

Gaf ni rep orts that it can supp ort rid ers up to 220 kilo grams . It has solid rubber tires ma d e from re cycle d car tires . Power is transferre d from the p e d als to the re ar wheel with a belt , also ma d e from re cycle d rubber . Gaf ni and a business p artner plan to mass - pro duce a bike base d on the prototyp e and retail it for 20 U SD , with a unit cost of 9 to 12 U SD . The targ et market is low - income countries .

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CardBO REDCase ™

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awareness usin g reusable materials suc h as 100 % re cycle d cardbo ard in cre ative

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and innovative ways .

Insp ire d by te c hnolo g y and green d esig n , CardBO RED

Case ™

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ima gine d

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lookin g at the way we intera cte d with our iPhones and askin g the question , why not cardbo ard ?

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Desig nin g a zero cost pro duct was an opp ortunity to make a subtle c han g e in the way we re cycle . Our g eneration has been dubbe d the consumer g eneration ; unaware

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“ART IS ANYTHING YOU CAN GET AWAY WITH”

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GUISE SQUARE project: location: year:

ACSA TIMBER COMPETITION NEW YO RK, N Y 2016


development

brief

approach

Gaf ni rep orts that it can supp ort rid ers up to

Gaf ni rep orts that it can supp ort rid ers up to

220 kilo grams . It has solid rubber tires ma d e

220 kilo grams . It has solid rubber tires ma d e

from re cycle d car tires . Power is transferre d

from re cycle d car tires . Power is transferre d

from the p e d als to the re ar wheel with a belt ,

from the p e d als to the re ar wheel with a belt ,

also ma d e from re cycle d rubber . Gaf ni and a

also ma d e from re cycle d rubber . Gaf ni and a

business p artner plan to mass - pro duce a bike

business p artner plan to mass - pro duce a bike

base d on the prototyp e and retail it for 20

base d on the prototyp e and retail it for 20

U SD , with a unit cost of 9 to 12 U SD . The

U SD , with a unit cost of 9 to 12 U SD . The

targ et market is low - income countries .

targ et market is low - income countries .

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2'-4

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TS2X1-1/2X3/16

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Up on intiatin g d esig n , materials playe d a crucial role

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BENT PLATE STAINLESS STEEL PL3/16"X16 3/4

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3-FORM CHROME BLACKOUT

TYP.

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FL3/8"X3 1/2

FL3/8"X3 1/2

in maintainin g consitancy within the musuem . The

FL3/16"X4 3/4 STAINLESS STEEL

main comp onent of the d esk was to incorp orate the

A-A

design

construction

woo d typ e found throu g hout the entry p ortion of the musuem . This was done in ord er to cre ate a se amless blend between sp a ce and furniture .

Guided tour desk project: location: year:

911 MEMORIAL AND MU SEUM NEW YORK, NY 2016

brief Comisione d by the 9 / 11 Memorial & Museum , a d esig n prop osal was requeste d for a new g uid e d tour d esk . The d esig n was to be consitant with existin g aesthetics of the museum . The d esig n was tto be minimal and unitrusive .


information podium

3' - 2"

3-FORM COUNTERTOP

0' - 19 3/4" 0' - 18"

project:

0' - 4 7/8"

location: year:

0' - 5 1/2"

STEEL SUPPORT FRAME BAR

0' - 10 23/32"

STEEL L-SHAPED SUPPORTS

PERFORATED METAL CLADING TO MATCH EAST OVERLOOK

INTERGRATED POWEROUTLET

CASTED POLISHED CONRETE BASE METAL RAISED FOOTING 0’ - 13 1/8" 1’ - 4"

3' - 2" 2' - 4" 0' - 3 1/4"

2 0' - 1"

0' - 4 3/4"

12

4' - 3 1/16"

0' - 5 1/2"

0' - 4 7/8"

3d

0' - 24 1/2" 0' - 10 1/4" 1' - 8 13/16" 2' - 0 31/32"

0' - 4"

0' - 3"

0’-4”

3' - 7 1/2"

0' - 10 23/32"

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911 MEMO RIAL AND MUSEUM NEW YO RK, N Y 2016


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