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BIO

RESUME

I am currently in my junior year at Texas A&M University studying Environmental Design. I have a strong interest in health design and the impact it can have on the experiences of patients and staff. I enjoy geometric patterns and designs for their complexity and their visual appeal.

OBJECTIVE: I am seeking a summer internship position where I am able to use my strong environmental design and communication skills to gain real world experience in architecture, my area of study.

EDUCATION: Texas A&M University, College Station, TX August 2015 - May 2019 Environmental Design 3.9 Current GPA EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Lifegroup Leader, Antioch Church September 2016 - Present Co-lead cllege ministry weekly lifegroup of

EXPERIENCE: Mardel, Frisco, TX Winter and Summer Seasons May 2015 - January 2017 Cashier, Sales Associate, Imprinting

25 people, lead meetings, facilitate community and conversation, engage in individual growth of members through discipleship

Front customer service, order stock, imprint books and bibles

SKILLS: Programs/Software Revit AutoCAD Rhino Illustrator, Photoshop, Indesign Microsoft Office POS System

Curtis Group Architects, Dallas, TX January 2015 - March 2015 High School Intern

Material rendering on Revit hospital file, assist senior architects

Hawaiian Falls Waterpark, The Colony, TX Summer Seasons 2013 - 2014 Front Gate Ambassador 2

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REFERENCES FRESHMAN YEAR:

Local Italian Cultural Complex

Mixed-Use Community Center

Alireza Borhani Professor borhani@tamu.edu 979.845.7075

Center for the Arts

Architecture and Education Center

Secret Garden

Sustainable House Design

SOPHOMORE YEAR:

Row House Design

High Desnsity Urban Dwelling

Christopher Hunter Professor csh1911@tamu.edu 214.536.3371

Exploring Breathable Architecture Prototype Development

2.5D Tessellation

Tiling System

JUNIOR YEAR:

Earthquake Proof Column

Dr. Julie Rogers Professor jrogers@arch.tamu.edu 979.574.1657

Prototype Development

Cantilever Cabin

Vertical and Horizontal Movement

Nesrine Mansour Teacher’s Assistant nesserine@tamu.edu 571.274.9658

Post-It Tessellation

Tessellation Exploration with Solids and Voids

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LOCAL ITALIAN CULTURAL COMPLEX ARCH 305 Studio, Study Abroad in Italy | Fall 2017 | Group: Adeline Kim, Kimi Lambeth

This project took place during a semester abroad in a small town in Tuscany and required the design of a community cultural complex that revitalized the site and entire community. This design process required special attention to the existing

architecture and needs of the town. We designed a complex that fostered experiences with the senses individually and together to create a place where memories, encounters, and unique culture would be knit together to revive the community.

Techinques: Revit, Rhino, Illustrator, Photoshop

Floor Plan: W: 86 m D: 35 m H: 12 m A: 2,430 m2 Site next to Piazza Giuseppe Garibaldi

Castiglion Fiorentino

Analysis of Surrounding Functions Location of City in Italy

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Adeline Kim | Kimberly Lambeth | Ashlyn Wilt | Fall 2017

A Mixed-Use Foro Boario in Community Castiglion Fiorentino Cultural Complex MASSING Adeline Kim | Kimberly Lambeth | Ashlyn Wilt | Fall 2017

EXHIBITION [135 m2]

EXHIBITION [135 m2]

DANCE STUDIO [100 m2]

Ground Floor Plan

DANCE STUDIO [100 m2]

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RETAIL [300 m2]

COOKIN

CONFERENCE SPACE [100 m2]

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CAFE [100 m2] RESTAURANT [250 m2]

A Mixed-Use Foro Boario in Community Castiglion Fiorentino Cultural Complex MASSING RESTAURANT [250 m2]

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OFFICES [200 m2]

EXHIBITION [135 m2][100 m2] CONFERENCE SPACE

First Floor Plan

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COOKING SCHOOL [250 m2] OFFICES [200 m2]

DANCE STUDIO [100 CLASSROOMS [150 m22]

CAFE [100 m2] Photomontage of Project as a High-Rise Building Massing of Complex

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SIGHT

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Sensory Map of Building SIGHT

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Exterior Courtyard Rendering

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Interior Exhibition Space Rendering

Photomontage of Project as a High-Rise Building Exterior Courtyard Night Rendering

Top View of Column

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CENTER FOR THE ARTS ARCH 206 Studio | Spring 2017 | Group: Individual

The objective of this project was to design a center for education and architecture in Cincinnati. This building has many program requirements, and the most challenging aspect of the design process was making sure that everything fit together at the

correct square footage. The design of the facade and structure explores the plasticity of concrete and celebrates its ability to be cast in place at a 45 degree angle. This material allows for an open space, inviting and connecting people together.

Techinques: Revit, Rhino, Illustrator, Photoshop

Floor Plan: W: 180’ D: 60’ H: 30’

Site in Cincinnati, Location of Site inOhio Cincinnati, Ohio

Site One Plan Tile 14

Floor Plan in Site Exterior Full Tessellation Rendering 15


First Floor Plan

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LOBBY PRE-FUNCTION SPACE AUDITORIUM MECHANICAL STAGING KITCHEN CAFE

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ELECTRICAL ROOM TELECOMMUNICATION ROOM BOOKSTORE ARCH. FOUNDATION OFFICES AIA OFFICES ELECTRICAL ROOM

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Second Floor Plan

COMPUTER LAB LARGE EXHIBIT SPACE SMALL EXHIBIT SPACE 1 SMALL EXHIBIT SPACE 2 STUDIO OPEN TO BELOW

Photomontage of Project as a High-Rise Building Interior Exhibition Rendering

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SECRET GARDEN

ARCH 205 Studio | Fall 2016 | Group: Adeline Kim, Hannah Terry

This project was centered on creating a sustainable single family house in College Station, TX. We began our design with the concept of a secret garden: a place to retreat from the world and be refreshed internally. The garden is enveloped by elegant brick

arches creating a sense of mystery. Plenty of light is allowed in through the windows in the gaps between the arches. Sustainable measures such as rainwater collection and native drought resistant plants are used.

Techinques: Rhino, Revit, Photoshop, Illustrator

Building: W: 50’ D: 85’ H: 12’

Site: W: 54’ D: 110’ H: no change

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ROW HOUSE

ARCH 205 Studio | Fall 2016 | Group: Kimi Lambeth

The objective of this project was to design a row house for a new development area in Rowlett, TX. With the nearby schools in mind, we designed a long-term home for a family to meet the need for adaptability with growth.

The use of push-pull to create voids and emphasize solids definied our design because of the unique spaces created. This design allows for 6 units to sit on the property with plenty of outdoor space for the family to enjoy.

Techinques: Revit, Rhino, Photoshop, Illustrator

Dimensions: W: 24’ D: 36’ H: 36’

Site: W: 150’ D: 60’ H: no change

Patio Rendering

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EXPLORING BREATHABLE ARCHITECTURE ENDS 106 + ENDS 116 Studios | Spring 2016 | Group: Esteban Armenta

The objective of this assignment was to design a wall that can ‘breathe’ by allowing air to pass through but filter sand out. The site is in Dubai, where heavy sandstorms frequently occur. We designed a wall that is composed of truncated

tetrahedrons attached by a flexible tape/cloth. When the wind presses on the surfaces of the triangles, they close in on each other and block sand from entering. When there is little to no wind, the piece rests in an open positon due to gravity.

Materials: thick poster board, medical tape, plywood, plexi glass

Module (Triangle): W: 2” D: 2” H: 2.5”

Techinques: laser cutter, Rhino, Illustrator, Photoshop

Airflow in Closed Wall

Prototype: W: 7.5” D: 7.5” H: 3.5”

Prototype of Breathable Wall

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Building, Site, and Materials

Plexiglass Model of Building

Photomontage of Project in Sand Storm

Top ViewExploded Module of Column Diagram 30

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2.5D TESSELLATION

ENDS 106 + ENDS 116 Studios | Spring 2016 | Group: Individual

This assignment was a practice in developing modules that can be arranged in a tessellating pattern. The final design creates different shapes at the corners of every four modules, depending on rotation. Convex and concave elements dynamically

play with light. These tiles were designed in Rhino and cut out of polystyrene foam using a CNC machine. Then they were each cast using plaster and arranged in different rotations to create a unique design every time depending on their order.

Materials: Plaster, polystyrene mold

Module: W: 7.5” D: 7.5” H: 3”

Techinques: CNC, plaster casting, Rhino, Photoshop

Rendered Perspective

Full Tessellation

One Tile 32

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EARTHQUAKE PROOF COLUMN

ENDS 106 + ENDS 116 Studios | Spring 2016 | Group: Esteban Armenta, Mariana Echanove

The objective of this project was to create an earthquake resistant column that was able to resist forces and pressure horizontally and vertically. We designed a column module that is double layered with an offset so that when pushed from the inside

or outside, the modules will hold together. This is due to the pressure of weight vertically and mass blockage laterally. The convex and concave parts of the module fit with itself when repeated in a circular form and built upwards.

Materials: polystyrene mold, Rockite, rubber mold

Module: W: 6” D: 3” H: 4”

Techinques: CNC, casting, Rhino, Photoshop

Piece: W: 15” D:15” H: 16”

Column Prototype

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Horizontal Assembly

Vertical Assembly

Plan and Elevation

Photomontage of Project as a High-Rise Building

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CANTILEVER CABIN

ENDS 105 + ENDS 115 Studios | Fall 2015 | Group: Individual

The premise of this project was to design a place for rest on a nature trail. The design is based on a rectangular prism embedded into the white cliffs of the site. The middle module is pulled forward to cantilever far over the sands below. The facade is

composed of triangle-shaped windows at three different sizes to allow different amounts of light in. The arrangement of the changing window sizes leads visitors through the cabin, with more light in the upper areas and less in the lower.

Materials: plexiglass, chipboard, wooden rods

Cabin Model: W: 16.5” D: 3” H: 10”

Techinques: physical modeling, drawing, Photoshop, AutoCAD, laser cutter

Photomontage of Cabin in Site

Side View of Physical Model 38

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Triangle Design on Elevation

Cabin in Site

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POST IT TESSELLATION

ENDS 106 + ENDS 116 Studios | Spring 2016 | Group: Individual

This assignment focused on creating a module out of Post-It notes and tesselating it about itself to create a pattern. I designed my module by folding one Post-It in half, and then folding the corners in on either side to create a shape that was self

supporting and an inverse of itself. I then arranged them in a pattern so that the corner intersection of every four modules created one of three combinations. This design explores how voids and solids can be created simultaneously.

Materials: 3”x3” Post-It notes, poster board Techinques: folding, Illustrator

Module: W: 2.5” D: 2.5” H: 1.5”

Intersectino Variances of Post-Its

Side View Close Up ofofPost-Its Physical Model 42

Installation: W: 18” D: 24” H: 1.5”

Photomontage of Cabin in Site Full Tessellation 43


Ashlyn Wilt

Architecture Portfolio ashlynwilt@gmail.com

Architectural Portfolio  

This is a collection of my work from Freshman through Junior year of Environmental Design studios at Texas A&M University.

Architectural Portfolio  

This is a collection of my work from Freshman through Junior year of Environmental Design studios at Texas A&M University.

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