P O R T F O L I O KATHLEEN KOPIETZ
RESUME PERSONAL DETAILS Name: Address: Telephone (home): Mobile: Email: Date of birth: Nationality: Licence:
Kathleen Jane Kopietz 70 Kangaroo Ground Warrandyte rd North Warrandyte VIC 3113 9844 2290 0437 915 643 firstname.lastname@example.org 26th of August, 1991 Australian Manual car
CAREER OBJECTIVE Currently I am studying at Melbourne University working to complete my Bachelor of Environments course (completion date; mid next year). It has been an inspiring experience that has opened my eyes to the myriad of complementary professions and fields that weave their way in and around the broad umbrella of architecture. Having travelled to Germany on a scholarship to study in Stuttgart for six weeks I had the opportunity to broaden my understanding of Architecture exploring Germany and neighbouring European countries. I have developed a passionate desire to continue to study and work in the architecture field and thus endeavour to obtain my masters in architecture and a career in the field.
2011/2012 Travelled to Germany on exchange with the University of Stuttgart completed a six-week course; comprised of German language classes and 20th century architecture classes. 2011 Completed first full year in Melbourne University’s Bachelor of Environments course and applied for exchange to Germany. 2010 (mid year) Switched from Bachelor of Arts across to Melbourne University’s Bachelor of Environments 2010 Enrolled in General Arts at Melbourne University 2009 Warrandyte High School - completed year 12 Awards o Global Mobility Scholarship to study in Germany 2011. o Third prize – ‘People’s Choice Winner’ in the National Galleries 2009 Top Arts exhibition, artwork exhibited and awarded in 2010. o Premier’s Award for obtaining a score of 50 in Studio art: 2010 o Dux of Warrandyte high school: year 12 2009 o All rounder award: year 12 2009 o Rotary literary prize: year 12 2009 o Principal award for a perfect score of 50 - in studio art: year 12 2009 o All rounder award and Rotary excellence award: year 11 2008 o Pierre de Coubertin sports person award: year 11 2008 o Templestowe district: swimming champion, year 11 2008 o Templestowe district: swimming champion, year 10 2007.
Other Having travelled to Germany and what with my German heritage I have continued to study the German language to learn more about the culture and aim toward becoming more fluent in the language. Swimming: Senior swimmer for the Diamond Creek Swimming Club. I train 3 nights a week and often coach when the senior coach cannot make it. I have been swimming for 14 years. In possession of an approved working with children check.
EMPLOYMENT HISTORY Work Experience January 2008 - to present -Swim teaching at streamline swim school teaching children from 4 to 15 two nights per week.
EDUCATION 2012 Currently completing final subjects of my Bachelor of Environments course. Marks to date:
January 2010 - February 2012 -Coaching for Diamond Creek swimming Club -Swim teaching at Diamond Creek Pool for Belgravia Leisure. Teaching school groups.
Code Semester ABPL20027 SM1 ABPL20030 SM1 ENVS10002 SM1 ENVS10003 SM1 ABPL20028 SM2 ABPL20036 SM2 ABPL20048 SM2 ABPL30053 SM2 ABPL30048 SM1 ABPL30049 SM1 ENVS10008 SM1
June 2007 -Review Clothing Company. Year 10 work experience
Description Mark Grade Architecture Design Studio: Earth 082 H1 Foundations of Architecture 075 H2A Reshaping Environments 082 H1 Constructing Environments 074 H2B Architecture Design Studio: Water 093 H1 Environmental Building Systems 089 H1 Visual Communications 083 H1 Formative Histories of Architecture 081 H1 Architecture Design Studio: Air 081 H1 Case Studies in Landscape Architecture 076 H2A Virtual Environments 088 H1
Qualifications ➢ German language certificate 1.3 completed 2012 ➢ Completed pool lifeguard training, 2009 ➢ Austswim qualified, 2008 – to present. ➢ Qualified for first level first aid and CPR, 2008/2009 to present (kept updated annually).
I also have a passion for sport, swimming in particular and have continued to train and teach swimming since my early schooling years. Swimming teaching is a profession that I hope to continue to be involved with as long as possible.
Year 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2012 2012 2012
EXTRACURRICULA INTERESTS AND ACTIVITIES School ➢ Leadership skills: Peer Support leader at Warrandyte High School, 2008 ➢ Part of Warrandyte high school swim team 2009, 08 and 07.
PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES - Dux of Warrandyte high school 2009 with an enter score of 97.05. - Part of the Senior Leadership Group at Diamond Creek Swimming Club, 2006-2008. - School captain at Anderson’s Creek Primary School 2003. - Reliable, hard working, great personal skills, I give my all to whatever challenge arises; I always try my hardest and endeavour to give 100%. - Swimming is my sport of choice, and am passionate about teaching others how to swim. I believe it is a paramount life skill for all people to have.
Tim Wadeson Owner/ Manager Streamline Swim School Direct number: 0419 523 235 Vicki Carey Manager Streamline Swim School Direct number: 0412 702 927 Associate Professor Ray Green Email: email@example.com Work Phone: 83448728 Office Location: Room 219 Architecture Building David Lister Tutor Melbourne University firstname.lastname@example.org Work phone (office hours): 83448767 Angela Woda Tutor Melbourne University email@example.com Direct number: 0414512013
TOP ARTS 2009 RUBY
This sculpture was created in my final year of high school for my Studio Arts subject. All students in the class were encouraged to apply for their piece to be exhibited in the Top Arts exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria. My work, comprised from chicken wire, copper wire and scrap metal was short listed and then chosen to be shown in the 2009 exhibition. Inspired by an installation by Ricky Swallow and figures by Peter Corlette, I sought to draw the two sources together in my work. As I worked through the design processes a figure in repose sitting amongst everyday paraphernalia crystallised. I captured this concept in recycled old chicken wire I had collected. The dainty elegant female form evolved out of the typically masculine and rough medium, an unintentional juxtaposition occurring between the material and the subject. The work encourages the viewer to speculate on the context and mood of the piece and create their own interpretation.
VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS LANTERN DESIGN
This design studio was focussed on encouraging students to develop a critical view on a natural phenomenon, develop that view via a myriad of creative and interrogative processes and then translate all that was learnt into the virtual world. The use of the three dimensional modelling tools Rhinoceros and Grasshopper were the medium learnt to express my design intentions. Driven by the growth and change of the pine cone I explored the variable nature of its development and then translated that via many different iterations into a lantern that would document the stages I found most important. This design project taught me valuable skills in virtual modelling and has shown me how I can merge analogue practices such as sketching and model making with digital techniques to create hybrid outcomes.
SIDE VIEW 595.84 mm
D ES IGN ST U DIO WAT ER ALVAR AALTO BOATHOUSE
This project was built around the interrogation of a “master architect” and their approach to architectural practice. What was learnt via this close study then needed to be translated into a boathouse sited on the Yarra - our studio were focussed on the buildings of Alvar Aalto the Finnish master. Hand drawing techniques and presentation methods were encouraged throughout this studio. Aalto’s strong concern with the interplay of landscape and architecture, nature and artifice and the act of being outside or inside were the strongest themes that I wished to adhere to within the design of the boathouse.
Throughout the development of the design I tried to derive forms from the existing environment. The site also played a strong part in the placement of the built form and its role within the setting.
Aalto’s functionalist approach to building spaces has rationalised many of my ideas, encouraging the analysis of every part of the building. Additionally by executing the entire design by hand I became very intimately connected to this project and learnt a considerable amount about the power of hand drawing.
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ROOF PLAN ROOF PLAN
1. Office space1. Office space 2. Cafe 2. Cafe 3. Storage/ 3. Storage/ Kitchenett e Kitchenette 4. Male toilets4. Male toilets 5. Female toilets 5. Female toilets 6. Kitchen 6. Kitchen 7. Restaurant7. Restaurant 8. Female toilets 8. Female toilets 9. Male toilets9. Male toilets
NORTH ELEVATION NORTH ELEVATION
FIRST FLOOR PLAN FIRST FLOOR PLAN
1. and Boathire storage and hire counter 1. Boat storage counter 2. Kiosk 2. Kiosk 3. Staffbathroom / emergency bathroom 3. Staff/ emergency 4. Jetty 4. Jetty
GROUND GROUND FLOOR PLAN FLOOR PLAN
SECTION B-B SECTIO
DESIGN STUDIO AIR PA R A M E T R I C D E S I G N
This design studio was based around creating a large scale design that would act as a installation over the freeway out to Geelong. It was a project undertaken in groups and was centered around the use of parametric design tools and thinking to develop an outcome. “I am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it.” - Pablo Picasso “I hear, and I forget. I see, and I remember. I do, and I understand.” - Chinese Proverb It is apt to cite these quotes here because this project really pushed me to do things I could not do, learn things I had never considered and achieve a level of understanding that in no way I had conceived possible before. I learnt from my peers, and was excited by this very different way of designing as it required a completely divergent approach to the media and thus resulted in outcomes that we had never expected to come to. The dappled tree canopy, the scale of a car viewed sculpture, appreciation from more than one direction, and a dramatic transition from light to dark were the design drivers that lead to this de-constructed tunnel installation.
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