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WILLIAM TYLER ZEMBRODT 62 W 107th 4B New York, NY 10025 United States

william.zembrodt@gmail.com cargocollective.comâ „williamZEMBRODT 859.653.2688

EDUCATION

University of Pennsylvania Master of Architecture Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

08.2008

05.2011

University of Kentucky Bachelor of Arts in Architecture Lexington, Kentucky

08.2004

05.2008

Architectural Association Semester Abroad Studio London, United Kingdom

08.2010

12.2010

Berlage Institute Summer Abroad Studio Rotterdam, Netherlands

05.2007

08.2007

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Enter Architecture Design Architect Sydney, Australia 08.2011 04.2012

Supported the creation of innovative projects at a 3-person architectural firm. Assisted with the design and development of various residential projects. The production and submission for an national competition. Responsibilities included 3D modeling, producing presentation quality images and drawings, and developing structural analysis and documentation drawings.

Takenaka Corporation Intern Osaka , Japan 05.2010 08.2010

Supported the creation of innovative projects at the head office of an international corporation. Assisted with the design, development, and visualization of projects. The production and submission for an outdoor courtyard in a new development neighboring an 800 year old temple in Kyoto. Responsibilities included 3D modeling and producing presentation quality images and drawings.

MP Foundry Designer/Fabricator Lexington, Kentucky 01.2008 08.2008

Supported the creation of innovative projects at various scales from local proposals to open entry competitions. Responsibilities included research and design development for a pendant lamp,and fabrication based research including: 3D printing, laser cutting, and polyurethane casting.

UNIVERSITY ASSISTANSHIP/FELLOWSHIP University of Pennsylvania UPENN Design Output Shop Laser Operator Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 08.2008 05.2011

Aided in the rapid production of models through the operation of a Laser Cutting and Engraving System. Responsibilities included operation and maintenance of machinery.

Curry Stone Design Prize Research Fellow Lexington, Kentucky 08.2008 05.2011

The Curry Stone Design Prize is awarded to an individual or group for the development and implementation of humanitarian design. Responsibilities included contacting nominated firms, researching projects, and the design and preparation of dossiers to be reviewed by the prize judges.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE Specialty Interiors Assistant Project Manager Covington, Kentucky

05.2011

08.2011

Griffin Industries Demolition/Laborer Lexington, Kentucky

05.2008

08.2008

TECHNICAL PROFICIENCIES Software Adobe Creative Suite, AutoCAD, Autodesk Maya, Rhinoceros, V-Ray, Maxwell. Hardware Laser cutter Operation and intermediate maintenance, HP Plotter operation, high-profficiency physical modeling (design and implementation).

REFERENCES Patrick Keane Principal, Enter Architecture patrick@enterny.com

Ferda Kolatan Professor, University of Pennsylvania ferdakolatan@design.upenn.edu


architecture

Zembrodt

work sample 1

First Floor Plan

context

bondi villas Location: Project Manager Firm:

Bondi, Sydney, NSW Patrick Keane Enter Architecture

interior perspective

The Villas were designed to activate a high profile intersection in Bondi, the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, Australia. A banding system, wrapped the building creating long sinuous openings that allowed the building to breathe both visually and environmentally. With geometry borrowed from the ocean side culture of waves, surf, and sea, the building peels up at it base to accommodate public program such as a restaurant and elderly car facilities. The above three floors hold six apartments each, and incorporate rooftop terraces for all apartments on the third floor.

street perspective


Zembrodt

architecture

work sample 2

17 Dalmeny Ave Location: Project Manager: Firm:

FIRST FLOOR PLAN 1:100

Sydney, NSW, AU Patrick Keane Enter Architecture

Located in the suburbs of Sydney, Australia, this project was a addition onto a Federal Period style home. The addition to the house was to include a new kitchen, living space, bathroom, and en suite master bedroom upstairs. The new complements the old, as the existing pitch of the roof is extruded outward to the rear of the site. The result is a shell paneling system, providing skylights at specific intervals and capped with a transparent wall of glass eroding the division between the interior and the exterior.

axon


Zembrodt

architecture + innovation

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shifting

turbulence Location: Instructor: Partner:

new york, ny ferda kolatan valmik vyas

Studio Supercharged served as an attempt to prototype for the approaching zero emissions era. In the design of the first Electric Vehicle Hub in NYC, it was our goal to create an expressive, compelling, and innovative design; one that could supplement the cities needs. By providing an opportunity for the public to interact with - and further understand - the new technologies (of fabrication, branding, wind collection, automotive design, etc. Shifting Turbulence works toward the goal of a zero emissions future by fostering the growing popularity of electric vehicles.


Zembrodt

shifting

turbulence Location: Instructor: Partner:

new york, ny ferda kolatan valmik vyas

architecture + innovation

work sample 4

Shifting Turbulence mediates technology, form, and culture. Architecture is a medium for discovery. By combining these three factors into the design process, the building’s form breeds new unique relationships between program and function. Each part of the whole, effectively, works to support the building as a system that provides energy for the EV; moreover, the shape the building takes must take into consideration this primary function, but must also be provocative. It must become an icon, and symbol to the public representing our modern era.


Zembrodt

architecture

work sample 5

remote residence Location: Firm: Instructor:

Kokopo, Papua New Guinea Enter Projects patrick keane

Working in a remote region of Papua New Guinea, the Kokopo Residenece simulates the fluid geometries of volcanic lava. Walls flow and undulate through the site encouraging a variety of unique spaces to unflold. The walls carry with them all programatic requirements including: furniture, stairs, planters, etc. The roof acts as a giant canopy, and allows for cross ventilation in the open air residence. Local woods and vegeitation are used to fuse the building into its jungle context.

interiorities

night perspective


Zembrodt

architecture

work sample 6

interiorities ornamental renovation Location: Firm: Instructor:

Kokopo, Papua New Guinea Enter Projects patrick keane

The renovation of a three bedroom house in Papua New Guinea, involved the addition of a new roof and supporting trellis structure. The structure provides common place functions such as a balustrade and security. However, the design also involved a tribal, ethnic, and contemporary aesthetic. Driven from the local tribal masks, the design utilized symmetry and fluidity to preserve and a “mask� the existing structure. The structure holding the roof becomes ornament enhancing the experience of space.

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axon front

night perspective

axon left


architecture + dwelling

Zembrodt

curtis

institute location: philadelphia, pa instructor: cathrine veikos

work sample 7

With any contemporary institution there must exist a positive tension between provision for the public and provision for the participant. Tectonically this tension manifests itself in the basic elements of architecture - circulation, program, enclosure, etc. At ground level the design branches out toward the public attracting and dispersing throughout. It takes root in the urban fabric. Absent of this stability the architecture becomes like a plant with no nutrition; the cultural value withers up and it becomes mundane.

LIVING QUARTERS R ROOF TERRACE

12F DESK

RECORDING STUDIOS

11F SLEEPING QUARTERS

DORMITORY LOBBY

10F DORMITORY LOBBY

DESK

9F SLEEPING QUARTERS

8F DESK

7F SLEEPING QUARTERS

DORMITORY LOBBY

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AUDITORIUM DESK

PRACTICE ROOM

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