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Date of Birth: 31/03/1985 Address: 54 Russell Gardens, London, W14 8EZ Mobile: +44 7966526564 Email: emilyrceraudo@gmail.com Nationality: British

Architectural Education University of Cambridge Dept. of Architecture, 1-5 Scroope Terrace, Cambridge, CB2 1PX September 2011 to September 2012 Post Graduate Certificate in Professional Practice in Architecture (RIBA Part III) University of Edinburgh (ECA) Lauriston Place, Edinburgh, EH3 9DF September 2008 to July 2009 Diploma in Architecture (RIBA Part II)

Part time Part II Architectural Assistant Worked in a team of 3 designing & constructing a large exhibition for the London Design Festival 2010. This enabled the practice to showcase their large models & photographs of previous projects to the public. Also worked in a team to compile & submit a planning application for a large mixed use development in central London. Modo Studio Architects Via Amerigo Vespucci, 24, Rome, Italy 21 May 2007 to 24 August 2007 Full time Part I Architectural Assistant Assisted the partners in various projects including the facade design of a competition to design a hospital in Lithuania. This included translating written documents, model making, researching facade construction and rendering 3-D images.

16 October 2006 to 21 April 2007

BA Honours Architecture First Class (RIBA Part I)

Architectural Employment ADI Chartered Architects 20 Avonmore Road, London, W14 8RR 19 December 2010 to Current Architect/ Part II Architectural Assistant Currently Project Architect on 2 residential new build schemes at planning stage, situated in Kensington, London. Responsibilites include design alterations, liaising with the Council, Planning Consultants and several consultants on a daily basis.Assisting Director in all aspects to help run the busy small practice. RIBA stages RIBA stages RIBA stages RIBA stages RIBA stages RIBA stages RIBA stages

21 April 2010 to 03 July 2010

Gordon Murray + Alan Dunlop Architects Breckinridge House, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3EH

University of Edinburgh (ECA) Lauriston Place, Edinburgh, EH3 9DF September 2003 to July 2006

Avonmore Road, London Faqra House, Lebanon Elsham Road, W14 Russell Gardens, W14 Ives St, SW3 St Catherines Mews, SW3 Eaton Place, SW1

Timothy Hatton Architects RB Building, Portobello Dock, 557 Harrow Road, London, W10 4RH

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Tom Dixon, Design Research Studio White Building, Portobello Dock, 557 Harrow Road, London 05 August 2010 to 18 December 2010 Part time Part II Architectural Assistant Assisted in a variety of restaurant projects, including The Royal Academy, The Science Museum and Jamie Olivers Barbecoa Responsibilities included interior detail drawing, 3-D visuals, layout design of Tom Dixon furniture, sourcing samples and liaising with suppliers & sub-contractors on a daily basis.

Full time Part I Architectural Assistant Working in a team on large scale projects all based in Glasgow & Edinburgh during Building Control stage and working individually on small projects for planning submission. Tasks included detailed construction drawings, rendering 3-D images for client presentations, compiling several planning submissions, liaising with engineer and other consultants. Langlands Industrial Estate Centre For Life Long Learning College of Piping Extension Paramount Building

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Computer Literacy AutoCad 10 Years Adobe Photoshop/ InDesign 10 Years Adobe Illustrator 4 Years SketchUp 6 Years Rhino 2 Years (basic) Vectorworks Currently learning Revit Currently learning

Non Architectural Employment LK Bennett Nicole Farhi Harvey Nichols

Supervisor / Visual Merchandiser (2009 - 2010) Sales Assistant (Sept 2008 - July 2009) Sales Assistant (Oct 2005 - July 2008)

Previous Education Craigholme School for Girls, Glasgow (2000 to 2003) Sancton Wood School, Cambridge (1988 to 2000)

RESUME

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EMILY CERAUDO BArch (Hons) DipArch


A full refurbishment of a three bedroomed house in a gated mews. A complete layout re-design was implemented to include staff facilities, children’s bedroom, large open plan kitchen & living space, master bedroom with open plan dressing area and an en-suite. The specification is high end luxury with a modern approach. A prominent feature of the house is the pre-cast concrete spiral staircase which links the ground floor up to the second floor. The palette of materials ranges from concrete, stone, wood, Eco-glass, lacquer, metal all within the white hues. Responsibilities included managing the project from a later stage due to a colleaugue leaving the office. This involved liaising with the clients, various consultants and the main contractor on a regular basis. I also had input in minor design details during the construction process. Additionally, a key stage that I oversaw during the project was the ‘Post Occupancy’, once the clients moved into the property. Completed August 2012

ADI ARCHITECTS

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ST. CATHERINES MEWS, CHELSEA, LONDON


The project is a full refurbishment of existing 4 storey house for a private client. The design is of a contemporary approach with a warm rich palette with an emphasis of dark woods & marble finishes. Responsibilities included designing & managing the project from inception through to completion including the ‘Post Occupancy’ stage. Completed February 2012

ADI ARCHITECTS

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IVES ST, CHELSEA, LONDON


The project involves a mixed use development comprising 2 commercial units on ground and lower ground, 8 high end residential units on first, second, third floor and basement car parking. The project is currently at planning stage. Responsibilities included the intial brief of the building and conecpt design, submission of Planning applications, whcih include two PreApplications, two Architectural Appraisal Panel presentations. The ongoing planning of thsi project has invloved various consultants to obtain a substantial amount of supporting information to accompany the design drawings. Estimated Construction Cost: ÂŁ4.25m

ADI ARCHITECTS

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RUSSELL GARDENS, KENSINGTON, LONDON


The project is for a new build contemporary 3 bedroom house situated in a terrace in Kensington. The dwelling comprises a basement level with 2 bedrooms, lower ground floor with a kitchen accessing a rear garden & family room, reception room on the ground floor & master suite on the first floor. The project is currently at planning stage. This project is closely connected to the above project and therefore has similar planning issues, whcih were overcome in a similar format to the Russell Gardens scheme. Estimated Construction Cost: ÂŁ1.75m

ADI ARCHITECTS

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ELSHAM ROAD, KENSINGTON, LONDON


A design of a house for a private client who owned an interesting site in the mountains of Faqra, Lebanon. The concept involved manipulating the existing steep land to accommodate the large dwelling, which will overlook the beautiful scenery of the Faqra hills. The project did not continue after concept stage due to the client selling the site. January 2011

ADI ARCHITECTS

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FAQRA, LEBANON


A full design of a large new build dwelling in West Kensington, London. The development involved demolition of existing Post Office building and erection of a 4 bedroom house over 5 storeys. The ground floor was designed for an entertaining, living & dining area, with bedrooms over the first and second floors. The main element of the design is the spine wall stretching 20m in length up to 13m high from basement to roof. It provides the house with all the services; drainage, electricity, heating, cooling, electrical, data. Being in a conservatioan area was another challenge - brick was replaced by sand as the only solid emerging from the ground, the remaing elevations are transparent glass, extending its lines from rails, reflecting all around. Responsibilities include concept design, production information, helping the Project Architect oversee the construction stages and post completion stages. Completed July 2012

ADI ARCHITECTS

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Avonmore Road, London


A refurbishment proposal for the six restaurants & cafes within the Science Centre, London. The project involved new layout and furniture design of each of the eateries. Responsibilities included working as part of a small team to compile a client presentation of all six restaurants and cafes. This included layout design, rendering of images, setting out a materials pallette by sourcing fabrics & various samples. Sketch & elevation shown below & left is the proposal of the ‘Deep Blue’ located at the rear of the Ground floor of the museum. Above is a layout concept for the Dana Cafe.

DESIGN RESEARCH STUDIO, TOM DIXON

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SCIENCE CENTRE, LONDON


A refurbishment proposal for The Restaurant at the Royal Academy of Arts. The proposal involved new lighting design, layout design & supply of new Tom Dixon furniture, bespoke design of glass containers for the RA sculptural pieces to act as a partition within the space. The proposal also included layout design & supply of new furniture in the RA cafe. (Concept elevation below) Responsibilities included site meeting with the clients, researching the Royal Academy’s archives to select particular sculptures & paintings. liaising with the supplier of the bespoke glass cases to present a sample at a client meeting. Additionally, worked individually on compiling a presentation booklet involving 3D images, layout design and a materials palette. Completed in March 2011

DESIGN RESEARCH STUDIO, TOM DIXON

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RA RESTAURANT, LONDON


The project brief was to design a Contemporary Intervention within the historic Cannongate graveyard in the city of Edinburgh, Scotland. The scheme was for a learning & spiritualist centre, to house offices, a public cafe space, public library & venue space. The concept involved restoring the existing watchtower as a main entrance and acting as a beacon towarcs Cannongate & Holyrood. The vaults that wrap around the site would be opened up and converted into private reading booths overlooking the graveyard.

EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA YEAR

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THE VAULT


The Fabric Of Fashion is a Life Long Learning Centre situated along the Union Canal, between Edinburgh & Glasgow. The buildings concept is established from the processes within the fashion industry, starting with growing the crops in the open site that surrounds the building, the textile factory where the fabric is produced, the school where the students learn to create the garments, the exhibition space where the items are showcased and then finally sold in a range of small boutique stores. The whole building sits under a beautiful undulating roof made up of glazing & aluminum cladding to create a texure allowing certain areas to gain the benefit of direct sunlight. The public can see the various processes from start to finish whislt walking along a high level ‘threadlike’ viewing platform. The project was a year long design with a brief of our choice.

EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY HONOURS YEAR

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FABRIC OF FASHION


A full refurbishment design of a penthouse flat for a private client in Notting Hill, London. The project invloved a reconfiguration of the living space and master bedroom with a high end specification. Particular design features included the feature wall to be utilised as a storage and a showcase wall in the living space and the walk in dressing room in the master bedroom. (Existing photos below & concept images to the right) My services included detail design, liaising with various consultants, particularly the structural engineer who was dealing with the structural stability of the roof. I also advised the client on contract particulars and highlighted areas of concerns that the contractor had presented to the client. My services did not include project management during the construction stages as the client decided to oversee the development herself.

10 Airlie Gardens, London

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Penthouse Flat Refurbishment



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