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Profile Motivated graduate of Architecture with a passion for innovation and technology with experience in civic and residential projects in the Irish building industry. Well developed design sensibility and high work ethic proven in a demanding goal driven environment. I am now seeking to bring these strong transferable skills into a challenging and design-oriented role.
Dublin City Council, Summer Youth Project Coordinator, Dublin, Ireland, June 2012 – August 2013. • •
Key Skills & Experience Summary • • • • • • • •
Successful preparation and checking of planning applications for a variety of residential projects. Production of presentation sheets under direction of Senior architects and City Council representatives. Efficient drafting, 3D modeling and visualisation of projects. Proven ability to work under own initiative within strict deadlines. High level of proficiency in industry standard CAD, rendering, parametric scripting, and BIM packages. Strong knowledge of graphic design and production of digital and print based media. Skilled in production of video presentations including video renderings and drawing/diagram animations. Significant experience with rapid prototyping, including preparation and production of 3D printed and CNC’d models.
Education Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin, Ireland, September 2007 - August 2013 Bachelor of Architecture (Hons) Coláiste Chilliain, Dublin, Ireland, September 2001 – June 2007 Leaving Certificate Examination 2007
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Various Clients, Freelance Graphic Designer, Dublin, Ireland, December 2008 – November 2013 • • • •
Relevant Career History
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Produced and edited 3D models of various civic and residential projects while adhering to strict time schedules. Liaised with clients and assembled visual presentations to provide clear project understanding. Produced drawings and visualizations under direction of Senior Architect. Successfully completed planning documents for residential projects. Compiled visual information into project documents. Ensured correct media format and sizing for efficient production of printed media.
Mag Uidhir Architects, Graduate Architect, Dublin, Ireland, March 2013 – April 2014 • • • •
Amending planning application drawings under guidance of Senior Architect. Consolidated planning drawings and information. Compiled and printed planning applications. Surveyed and Produced drawings for small commercial projects.
Produced graphics for a wide range of clients for both digital and printed media. Liaised with clients and ensured relationship building to secure repeat business. Achieved high accuracy and attention to detail under strict deadlines. Ensured client confidentiality at all times.
Studio Negri, Graduate Architect, Dublin, Ireland, December 2013 – May 2014
Designed several municipal garden spaces, specialist sensory playground, and equipment in conjunction with Dublin City Council based off individual client needs and budget. Liaised with council officials to ensure design and program compliance with safety regulations and individual group needs. Organized, directed, and supervised various youth projects throughout the summer months. Successfully tailored activities for groups of young children with varied physical and mental ability. Provided alternate activities for participants in case of weather or equipment issues. Managed equipment purchase and transportation based off budget and time allocation. Liaised with various clients and recorded progress in order to successfully tailor program on a macro and micro scale Achieved high satisfaction score from groups resulting in an increased demand in program availability.
Experienced with both Windows and Mac platforms. Proficiency in: Revit 2014 Architecture (Autodesk Certified Professional), AutoCAD, Rhino3D, Grasshopper, VRay, Lumion 3D, Maxwell, SketchUp, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Word. Experienced in: 3Ds Max, Maya, Ecotect, Vectorworks, Kerkythea, Access, Outlook.
Languages • • •
English Irish German
– Mother tongue – Fluent – Beginner
Further Relevant Skills • •
Manual Handling - FÁS Accredited Assessment Centre Full clean Irish drivers license since 2009
André Negri - Studio Negri email@example.com
Gareth Maguire – Mag Uidhir Architects firstname.lastname@example.org
CONTENTS DUBLIN ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING RESEARCH CENTER B.ARCH THESIS PAGE 02
ARCHITECTURAL RESEARCH LABORATORY B.ARCH THESIS RESEARCH PAGE 06
DUBLIN SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE GATEHOUSE UNDERGRADUATE PROJECT PAGE 08 1650
ARDS FOREST PAVILION GROUP COMPETITION ENTRY PAGE 10
RANKS SILO - PLASTIC RECYCLING PLANT GROUP COMPETITION ENTRY PAGE 12
POSTGRADUATE WORK FREELANCE & SALARIED PAGE 14
DIGITAL FABRICATION & PARAMETRIC SCRIPTING PAGE 19
PHOTOGRAPHY PAGE 20
DUBLIN ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING RESEARCH CENTRE B.ARCH THESIS The aim of the project was to create an architecture that facilitates the investigation of new design and construction methodologies that allow architecture to evolve with contextual requirements in a sustainable manner. The brief calls for a series of spaces for design, prototyping, production, and exportation. The site’s boundary conditions are re-evaluated through the creation of green links between the currently excluded communities of East wall, Spencer Dock, and the greater Dublin area. The ecologically barren landscape surrounding the site will be developed into public parkland and, combined with new green infrastructure, will symbiotically merge with the Dublin Additive Manufacturing Research Centre creating a naturally rich yet highly technical typology that attempts to blur the boundary between nature and architecture.
All processes utilized in the Dublin Additive Manufacturing Research Centre’s realization will be based on a techno-natural symbiosis with an emphasis on increasing sustainability in the architectural process. This is to be made possible with emergent construction methods researched and developed during my semester 1 advanced design studio coursework. Initially the architectural process will utilize additive manufacturing (fused deposition modeled) technologies. As new, more suitable processes are developed in-house, they will replace less efficient methods in an evolutive fashion. Furthermore, as new technologies will have differing programmatic and spatial requirements, the ability to develop spatially to accommodate these technologies is not merely an objective, but vital component to the centre’s survival.
Obsolete Built Infrastructure
Additive Manufacturing Process
New Architectural Infrastructure
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT HTTPS://VIMEO.COM/78849075
BUILDING & CONTEXT HTTPS://VIMEO.COM/78861215
ARCHITECTURAL RESEARCH LABORATORY B.ARCH THESIS RESEARCH
After observing a fragmented residentialindustrial landscape, the inclusion of permeable community space was identified as a key aspect of the architectural investigation. To achieve this, the concept of intermediate space became an important programmatic generator and is addressed as the dualistic merging of high-tech research center with a permeable community education hub. Both elements are connected by a central walkway that twists and cuts vertically through the atrium space between the two building wings, a reaction to the four anti-
monumental circulation routes in-situ in the traditional, rigid, architecture. The skin is a parametrically controlled three dimensional Voronoi pattern arranged in accordance with the spatial, programmatic, and environmental constraints. The form is a result of seating, storage, water collection, and structural inputs. This system can be additively manufactured from recyclable bio-plastics resulting in a cradle-to-cradle architectural system.
DUBLIN SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE GATEHOUSE UNDERGRADUATE PROJECT
The brief of this project calls for a new critique and exhibition space for the Dublin School of Architecture on the Dublin Institute of Technology’s Linenhall campus. With much of the existing on site infrastructure protected from demolition or major alteration, only minor changes are made to the main school building. Currently, the building’s circulation is counter-intuitive, with awkward circulation routes at ground floor level. This is addressed by the relocation of main circulation routes within the building
with integrated exhibition spaces dotted along main routes to lead people through the building and it’s various departments. Attention is then shifted to a small administration building located at the campus entrance. This building is obsolete in layout and function, and is therefore demolished and replaced with a multi-functional “gatehouse”. The form of this gatehouse is dictated by internal space requirements and tight site spatial constraints, resulting in a
tower which, once clear of the existing built environment, expands to house a large exhibition space. This exhibition space provides generous views over Dublin city and the Dublin Institute of Technology’s Bolton Street campus, the original home of the Dublin School of Architecture. The tower occupies a vital location on campus in terms of security, and therefore at ground level houses a security desk to combat the theft issues which are currently a source of concern for the campus. The tower also contains
an office for the head of school. The circulation route within houses several informal social spaces designed to provide respite from the schools busy activities and provide serendipitous opportunities for interaction between students. This mixing of function is inspired by Kisho Kurikawa’s writings on “intermediate space” in The Philosophy of Symbiosis, an idea that became a staple of my thesis research.
ARDS FOREST PAVILION POSTGRADUATE GROUP COMPETITION ENTRY
This intervention in Ards Forest Park, Creeslough hopes to provide both locals and tourists the opportunity to absorb and observe this dramatic and ancient setting. The walkersâ€™ shelter, frames views across the surrounding landscape while also accommodating a tranquil, meditative rest area. The design is laid out in a cross form, with two main entrances and two main viewing points. In the centre of this arrangement the structure opens to provide a calm, reflective, seating space, which frames the forest canopy and floor. The installationâ€™s honest expressive exterior structure contrasts greatly with the interior space, which is wrapped in a timber cladding. The soft interior space acts as a restful retreat for walkers. An alternative location to the four original sites has been chosen for this design. This
installation is strategically positioned on a slope, between a main public access route and a nature trail, adjacent to site three. The advantages of this new discovered location are twofold. Primarily, the upper part of this site captures inspirational views of the Donegal landscape, looking out towards the sea and also back towards the bay and sandy dunes. This design focuses on, and celebrates these perspectives. Secondly, the two trails, which pass by the installation, offer visitors a double experience. The lower path grants views and access to the under croft of this exciting, expressive timber structure, while the upper path provides visitors the opportunity to enter into the structure.
48X -150 x 30mm 1.64m lenghts 40X -150 x 30mm 1.48m lenghts 6X -125 x 125mm 3.4m lenghts 4X -125 x 125mm 2m lenghts 4X -150 x 150mm 4.2m lenghts 4X -125 x 100mm 3.2m lenghts 40X -12" lumber bolts 2X 125 x 100mm 2m lenghts insitue brace RGB set concrete pad foundations
Type 1 viewing segment
Type 2 seating segment
Type 3 entrance segment
RANKS SILO - PLASTIC RECYCLING PLANT POSTGRADUATE GROUP COMPETITION ENTRY
POSTGRADUATE WORK FREELANCE & SALARIED HOUSE DUBLIN VISUALISATION - STUDIO NEGRI
KOWLOON WALLED CITY ILLUSTRATION FREELANCE ILLUSTRATION
HOUSE DUBLIN MODELING & VISUALISATION - STUDIO NEGRI
EQUAL ACCESS, WAR MEMORIAL GARDENS DUBLIN MODELING & VISUALISATION - STUDIO NEGRI
14 15 IMAGES COURTESY OF STUDIO NEGRI
IMAGES COURTESY OF STUDIO NEGRI
PARNELL SQUARE NORTH Side Entrance Proposed Ramp w/ Tactile Paving Landing
Landing area enlarged to accomodate proposed features
Proposed Lift Proposed Tactile Paving
Existing stairs w/ Tactile Paving to be retained
IMAGES COURTESY OF STUDIO NEGRI
POSTGRADUATE WORK FREELANCE & SALARIED RAW FOOD RESTAURANT DUBLIN FREELANCE VISUALISATION AND PRE PLANNING
MEWS HOUSE PLANNING APPLICATION - MAG UIDIR ARCHITECTS
24900 MM 23800 MM
CONTEXTUAL REAR ELEVATION
IMAGES COURTESY OF MUA
POSTGRADUATE WORK FREELANCE & SALARIED SENSORY PLAYGROUND PLANNING, LANDSCAPING, VISUALISATION, & EQUIPMENT DESIGN - DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL / CDVEC / RAPID
Ballyfermot Sensory Garden ‘Playing’ a different tune!
Gorse Ivy Clover Mint Sage Sunflowers Runner beans Rosemary Snap dragon Broom
Grape hyacinth Honeysuckle Thyme Marjoram Ivy Lavender Globe thistle Caterpillers Ragwort Thyme
Bramble Primrose Lilac Knapweed Sweet rocket Mint Michelmas daisy Clover Bedstraw Birds foot trefoil
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Ivy Honeysuckle Guelder rose Hawthorn Bird’s foor trefoil Evening primrose Snapdragon Globe thistle
Shane de Faoite – DCC Summer Placement Student Paul Mitchell DCC Summer Placement Student Debby Clarke – DCC Play Development/Children’sServices Pat Teehan – Ballyfermot Rapid Area Programme Irish Fencing Ltd - Sponsorship
Sweet briar Bird cherry Holly Knapweed June berry Sunflower Michaelmas daisies Lavender
Elderberry Blackberry Snowberry Holly
1. Centre Stage 2. Telephones 3. Drums 4. Harp 5. Chimes/Triangles 6. Metallophone 7. Gong 8. Melodic wall 9. Washboard 10. Freestanding Chimes
DIGITAL FABRICATION & PARAMETRIC SCRIPTING PARAMETRIC WALL PARAMETRIC SCRIPTING & CNC MACHINING
THESIS RESEARCH PROJECT PARAMETRIC SCRIPTING & 3D PRINTING
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