CALEB BERTELS phone email
(618) 980 7472 firstname.lastname@example.org
EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS
Fay Jones School of Architecture+Design Honors College Tau Sigma Delta Honors Society (Secretary) WORK EXPERIENCE BRYA ARCHITECTURE
DESIGN INTERN May-August/December 2017 Completed schematic design iterations on various projects Reviewed construction documents to apply for construction bids Worked on site during construction phases Documented existing project for renovation through dimensioning and photographs Organized work and prepared submissions for AIA presentations and competitions FAY JONES SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN PEER MENTOR
TEACHING ASSISTANT August-May 2016 Assisted students with homework and understanding of topics covered in Structures I and Structures II courses Led large study groups to help students prepare for upcoming exams Responsible for grading homework for over 60 students CUSHMAN AND WAKEFIELD
St. Louis, MO
DESIGN INTERN June-August 2016 Assisted design staff with predesign drawings and construction documents Logged photos, drawings, and information on multiple branch locations into a database Redeveloped an AutoCAD template for commonly used equipment in floor plans for the design staff Researched building codes and regulations for locations across the country and abroad Visited job sites to study the process of on-site construction
ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE CENTER
AUDUBON TERRACE LIBRARY
CHICAGO FARMERS MARKET
21C ART HOTEL
QR CODES/360Â° PANORAMAS
ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE CENTER 600 W. CESAR CHAVEZ ST. AUSTIN, TX FALL 2017 14 WEEKS The Environmental Resource Center of Austin creates spaces for education, community, and outdoor activity on a site enclosed by apartments, trails, and a library. The project’s form organizes exhibit areas along the south and the restaurant, classrooms, and event space along the east. This organization creates an outdoor space shaded by the building that interacts with the adjacent creek and New Central Library. A linear metal screen wraps around the building, moving in and out of the interior to create outdoor spaces on the building’s roofs, engaging with the larger space below. Capitalizing on Austin’s enthusiasm for new experiences and outdoor activity, the Environmental Resource Center establishes a place to learn about and enjoy the environment.
LEVEL 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
CAFE/GIFT SHOP LOBBY STORAGE OFFICES CONFERENCE OUTDOOR SPACE
LEVEL 4 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
CLASSROOM STORAGE OUTDOOR SPACE RESTROOM IDF ROOM EXHIBIT
B 2 4
7 75( ( 2 6 $1 721 , 6$1 :&
SECTION C SCALE: 1/8”=1’
AUDUBON TERRACE PUBLIC LIBRARY AUDUBON TERRACE BROADWAY, NEW YORK, NY
READING/ TEEN CENTER
READING/ KIDS CENTER
6 WEEKS The Audubon Terrace Library is a means of introducing a source of community and knowledge in a historic neighborhood, while still maintaining the initial conditions of the site. The mass of schist and trees existing in the current location are replaced with subterranean book stacks and a vegetation mesh enclosing the boundaries of the site. The redesigned Audubon Terrace itself now establishes two new paths—a linear path creating a steady progression to the library and a more dynamic path oﬀering moments of pause and changes of veiw. These changes help draw the public into a very communal library reinforced by multiple outdoor garden spaces sharing related views.
EVENT SPACE/ COMPUTERS
ENTRY SPACE/ BOOKS
READING COMMUNITY ROOM BOOKS TEEN CENTER COMPUTER ROOM STORY ROOM STAFF AREA INFORMATION GARDEN RESTROOMS VERTICAL CIRCULATION
ER NT CE EN EA /TE AR ING EN Y AD DR IL RE NIT MU /CH S G M O ER IN UT AD Y/C MP RE TR EN /CO E G C DIN RA A R TE /RE ITY S UN OK MM /BO CO RY NT TE E RE G IN ST D EA S/R OK BO
LOGAN MARKET HALL 2534 N. MILWAUKEE AVE CHICAGO, IL SPRING 2016 8 WEEKS The Logan Market Hall is designed as a place to house an existing farmers’ market in the Logan Market District of Chicago. Located near various routes of transportation, the market serves as a space for shopping, dining, community events, and casual strolling. The rigid exterior opens up to reveal an interior of curved ribs, creating a freeﬂowing movement from one end of the oddly shaped site to the other. While the original market was mainly used in warm, clear weather, the new Logan Market Hall allows the community to use this site all year long. A 90° oblique, ﬂoor plans, roof plans, ceiling plans, and sections form a single hybrid composite drawing to help explain the market hall.
21C ART HOTEL W. DICKSON ST. FAYETTEVILLE, AR SPRING 2017 13 WEEKS Like other 21C Hotels, this projected located along Dickson Street in Fayetteville combines the program of art museum, hotel, and event center in one building. The parti of the design, however, seemingly divides the hotel into three components. The art exhibits to the east and the restaurant and event space to the west ďŹ‚ank a central court and have glass facades that creates interaction between the parts. Spanning between these portions is the hotel block that pushes circulation space to the north for observing street activity along Dickson and the rooms to the south for a quiet environment to view the Ozark hillsides. These components together add to Dickson Streetâ€™s atmosphere by providing a place to eat, take in art, and stay.
360° PANORAMA EXPLORATION
LEVEL 3: STUDY SPACE
LEVEL 6: BALCONY
LEVEL 6: COMMUNITY SPACE
LEVEL 2: LIBRARY
The use of smartphones and virtual reality has the potential to change medium in which work is presented. Using a program called Enscape, I was able to place myself virtually and walk about some of my projects. I then took stereo panoramas at diﬀerent points in each project, and uploaded the resulting image onto the Internest where it can be accessed by any smartphone. I also created a QR code for each panorama to still link my work to the traditional media of print. The QR Codes to the right direct the user’s smart phone to websites hosting the panoramas. One can either point their phone in the direction they wish to see, or insert their phone into virtual reality goggles for an immersive experience. This exploration was completed as a side project to understand how to represent my work in new and innovative ways, as technology continues to play an increasingly heavy role in design practice.
LEVEL 5: ROOM HALLWAY
LEVEL 1: RESTAURANT
AUDUBON TERRACE LIBRARY
ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE CENTER
21C ART HOTEL
LEVEL1:1:COURTYARD COURTYARD LEVEL
LEVEL EXHIBIT SPACE LEVEL 2:2:EXHIBIT SPACE
LEVEL1:1:LOBBY LOBBY LEVEL
LEVEL OUTDOOR READING LEVEL 4:4:OUTDOOR READING AREAAREA
LEVEL LEVEL2:2:RESTAURANT RESTAURANT
LEVEL 5:5:ROOF LEVEL ROOFGARDEN GARDEN
Published on Mar 12, 2018