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catherine he

education

Drafting/modeling software

Revit, AutoCAD, Rhino+Vray+Grasshopper, SketchUp, Autodesk Maya

Graphics/video software

Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, lnDesign, After Effects, Cinema 4D

Website design

Adobe Dreamweaver, HTML, CSS, PHP

Applied

Excellent digital and hand rendering skills Proficient in physical model making and prototyping Great communication skills and fluency in Mandarin

Sept. 201 2 - May 2015

Master of Architecture I University of British Columbia

Sept. 2008 - May 2012

Bachelor of Science Honors I Ufe Sciences, Queen's University

May - Sept. 2014

Architectural Student I Hughes Condon Marler Architects • • • •

Mar. - May 2014

Research Assistant I HouMinn Practice •

Dec. 2012- May 2014

Used Revit for modelling, rendering, developing design options, and produc ing drawing sets Prepared supplemental instructions and building permits Created renderings for presentations and promotions Site survey and measurement

Researched and summarized select architecture/design projects in w ritten and graphic format for publication purposes

Design Intern/Research Assistant I Transportation Infrastructure and Public Space (TIPS) Lab, UBC • • •

May 2011 - Aug. 2012

Designed deployment guidelines for electric vehicle fast charging (EVFC) stations in BC w ith focus on the Greater Vancouver Area Developed drawings and 3D models for station configurations Uterature research and paper preparation on EVFC infrastructure

Intern I Shoalts and Zaback Architects Ltd. • • •

Designed proposal packages for projects and competitions Prepared building floor plan drawings and furniture options Designed signage and graphical displays for public projects


J an. 15 2015

The Co-op Shop Network* I Entrant I COTE Top Ten for Students

Nov. 21 2015

Memorial for Truth and Reconciliation* I Entrant I Drawing of the Year

Mar. 8 2014

Twiddle* I Entrant 1120 HOURS

Mar. 13 2014

Section Structure Shape I Honorable Mention I Fast+Epp Arc hEng Design Competition

Sept. 2014

Arthur Hullah and Dorothy Cleveland Memorial Scholarship I UBC

Apr. 2 2014

Growing Light* I Entrant !International VELUX Award 2014

J an. 16 2014

Transform* I Entrant I Fentress Global Challenge: Upcycled Urbanism

Aug.2013

Electric Vehicle Charging Station* I Recipient I AlGA (Re)design Awards

Sept. 2013

AIBC Scholarship I Outstanding academic achievement I UBC

Aug. 25 2013

The Greenline* I Entrant I Arctic Adaptations Competition: NU Health

May 2013

Soundscape* 11st I Best in Studio Award I UBC

Sept. 2012

Faculty of Applied Science Graduate Award I Entrance award I UBC

Carl-Jan Rupp

Princ ipal I Hughes Condon Marler Architects 569 Johnson Street, Suite 300, Victoria, British Columbia, VSW 1M2 cj.rupp@hcma.ca 1-250-382-6650

Blair Satterfield

Assistant Professor I School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture University of British Columbia, 205B 6333 Memorial Road Princ ipal I HouMinn Practice http://www.houminn .com/ bsatterfield@sala.ubc.ca 1-604-822-37 40

Annalisa Meyboom

Assistant Professor I School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture University of British Columbia, 205B 6333 Memorial Road Director I Transportation, Infrastructure and Public Space Lab http:// tipslabubc. com/ ameyboom@sala.ubc.ca 1-604-818-4501

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"The Relationship" The human and the building are codependent organisms; they struggle apart and thrive together. The building cannot function without the tenants who operate on it, while the tenants cannot fulfill their basic physical and social needs without the operations of the building. This co-op live/work project seeks to intensify this symbiotic relationship. By opting in to communal living spaces, the tenants (humans, fish, worms, and plants) agree to co-operate on the various layers of the building system to grow their ovvn food, cycle nutrients and waste, compartmentalize units, and collaborate in collective awareness, self-determination, and perpetuation of their shared future promise. "The Architecture" The building provides a flexible framework for cooperative living. Through a central service wall, all floors have access to essential amenities: electrical, plumbing, and aquaponic connections. Individual entrances, partial walls, and level changes suggest, but do not define, the boundaries of each unit. Upon this framework, the occupants actively add, subtract, and adapt, in order to attain physically and performatively desireable states of co-existence.

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Using only photographic dcx::unentation, or ' memories", a thick map composed of ten drawings, was created depicting the Broadway. Kingsway, and Main Street (broadmairi<ing) block. Blenk patches represent a lack of memory. However when layered together, the amalgamated drawng loses its gaps, gains contrast. end develops depth - as well as the added dinension of time. TIYough the iterative process of dravving, tracing, and layering by hand, a fuller, richer representation of the block and its history is achieved.


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Sustainable architecture is a constantly adaptable and interactive experience. kl experience that brings about an awareness of natural systems as well as the potential to hamess the free energy present in these systems. Through material and sensory feedback spaces can be made flexible and able to respond to environmental conditions based on the occupant's needs. Twiddle is a space of adaptability and interactivity. Twiddle is a beacon and semi-private space found at the heart of the T0}'en Park and 0ya Music Festival. ~ is situated to provide an area for a~emative activities between the times of festivities and rest, day and night. Twiddle is a permeable space for collaborative interactions, sheltered gatherings, and spontaneous meetings.

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