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8060 dixie shreveport rd. shreveport, la 71107

318.560.1771

C A R L I S L E

carlislelk @ msn.com

L I N D S A Y


Elizabeth Grosz “The Time of Architecture”


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The radical role of the architect is best developed in architectural exploration and invention, in recognition of architecture’s and knowledge’s roles as experimental practices. Philosophy, architecture, science are not disciplines which produce answers or solutions, but fields which pose questions, and whose questions never yield the solutions they seek but which lead to the production of ever more inventive questions. Architecture, along with life itself, moves alongside of, is the ongoing process of negotiating, habitable spaces.

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8060 dixie shreveport rd. shreveport, la. 71107


[ education ] Master of Architecture, 2010 - 2011 Louisiana Tech University GPA: 3.7 Bachelors of Science in Architectural Studies, 2006 - 2010 Louisiana Tech University GPA: 3.5, Cum laude

[ continuing education ] Berlin Study Abroad, summer 2010

[ work experience ] Graduate Assistant, Louisiana Tech University, 2010 - 2011 managing plot & media workroom

Americorps Volunteer, Design + Build, 2009- 2010 Bryan Park Pavilion Downsville, La design development construction documents project budgeting material selection + ordering construction management deconstruction of existing structure

[ skills ] Elizabeth Grosz

software Auto CAD 2011 Rhinoceros 4.0 Bentley MicroStation V8i Adobe Photoshop CS4 Adobe Illustrator CS4 Adobe InDesign CS4

hardware hp designjet 5500 ps epilog legend 36 ext hand model making hand drafting sketching

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honors 2011 Architecture Program’s Academic Excellence Honoree 2011 Art & Architecture Student Exhibition, 3 selected sculptures 2010 Henry Adams AIA Gold Metal, highest GPA of graduating class 2010 Fourth Year Faculty Award, outstanding design + graphics 2009 Third Year Faculty Award, outstanding design + graphics 2008 Melinda Sue Mc Gee Endowment, $1,000 third year scholarship 2007 Phoebe Award, second year outstanding design + graphics 2011 - 2007 Director’s List, 3.5 or higher GPA in design studios School of Architecture Student Show, 9 selected entries + 2 honorable mentions


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The bathing pavilion was designed to emphasize the reciprocating relationship between land and water. This relationship is revealed through erosion, which begins to create a dialogue between light vs. heavy, mass vs. volume, and solid vs. void. These dialogues are revealed through a phenomenological experience as one descends down into the space. The elongated path is designed to slow one down by capturing the essence of water and it’s inability to remain completely still. The user is then always aware of their body’s scale within the space because it is changing at a slow and constant rate along with the water.

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L I N D S A Y 318.560.1771

C A R L I S L E

carlislelk @ msn.com 8060 dixie shreveport rd. shreveport, la 71107

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