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EDUCATION:

WORK EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor of Architecture Studies, Design

Architectural Drafting Student

Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario

Ottawa Community Housing

Fourth Year, CGPA: 10.7/12, A

Expected Graduation Date: 2018

tion drawings to communicate ideas during meetings.

Ensured drawings were aligned with National Master Specifica

May 2017 – September 2017

Interpreted drawings and produced renderings and presenta-

AWARDS AND ACHEIVEMENTS:

tions.

In Course Faculty Scholarship

Updated community site plans,and landscape planing in con

Carleton Bursary (TSA)

junction with Tenant Services operational contracts.

Stantec Architecture Prize

Conducted several site visits to asses the site conditions, interior

Murray & Murray Faculty Merit Award

finishes and pavement damages.

Published in Building 22 Edition 17 Teacher’s Assistant

AVAILABILITY:

Carleton University Loan Pool

Available for 16 months beginning May 2016

Administered the rental of photography equipment to students

November 2016 – Present

Advised students how to properly handle the equipment

RELEVANT SKILLS/ EXPERIENCE AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

Assisted in printing presentation panels

Technical Skills:

Assembled new equipment for the Loan Pool

• AutoCAD •

Revit (BIM)

Summer Co-op Placement as an Assistant Drafter

Rhinoceros 3D

Marilyn Ypes Architects, Toronto, Ontario

V-ray Rendering

June 2013 - Aug 2013

Created a variety of architectural drawings including ceiling

• Photoshop

plans, floor plans, site plans and elevations as well as copy drafted and

• Illustrator

modified drawings for renovations using AutoCAD

• InDesign

Accompanied visits to construction sites as well as existing struc

Premiere Pro

tures for final reviews

Sketch up Pro

Participated in meetings related to work assignments with cli

Microsoft Office

ents, interior designers, and engineers resulting in enhanced

knowledge of the industry

Design Skills: •

Physical Model Making

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:

Hand Drawing

Member of the Visual Arts Carleton Club (VAC)

• Photography

explored new traditional art mediums, accompanied visits to the National

Ontario Building Code

Met with other members each week and created artwork,

Art Gallery and explored the art world of Ottawa through a group Interpersonal Skills: •

Capable of working independently as well as work collabora-

tively in groups

excelent written / verbal communication skills

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Studio 6

Energy & Form

Prof. Andonian

Prof. Mangone

Ottawa

Brazil

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KAIGAN COMMUNITY CENTER

Studio 5 Prof. Leung Japan 2017


INHABITING AN EMBRACE

A SEQUENCE UNFOLDED

BATHING IN LIGHT

Studio 4

Studio 3

Studio 2

Prof. Inderbier

Prof. Archambault

Prof. Holmquist

Kanata

Ottawa

New York

2016

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R E S U R G E N C E Studio 6 -

Prof. Greg Andonian

Stantec Architecture Prize 2018 Group Members: Erin Allen, Jaeva Tomol Located at Nepean Point, the concept of the project is referential of the psychological journey that is undertaken by the immigrant as they come to a new country, experiencing a whole new geography and set of cultural values. This psychological journey parallels itself with the formal expressions of the building, emulating two leaves falling gracefully on the Ottawa River. The journey through the design begins as one approaches the entrance facade peeking through the landscape. As the vistors and residents enter the complex, they experience a sense of uncertainty and anticipation walking through the suspended bridge, which acts as an intermediate zone between what they’ve left behind and the future that awaits them.


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UNSURE, WATCHFUL AS SKY BECOMES EARTH

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YEARNING TO EMBRACE THE ENLIGHTENED REALITY.

TO TOUCH THE WATER AND BE REJUVINATED.

AND THROUGH THAT BURNING EMPATHY...

RETURN AGAIN, WARMED BY MEMORY,

AS THE SELF IS FOUND BY ITS FLUIDITY WITH THE OTHER Land to Water

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Entering onto ground zero, the exhibition space unfolds itself showcasing the work of the inhabitants. Walking through this exhibition one is lead into the main Celebrated Space ,where people gather together and performances are brought to life with light and colour. Light dances along the feature copper wall and reflections of the water move rhythmically on the underside of the roof. The level below includes the friendship hall overlooking an augmented program, which acts as The Cultural Theater, sitting on the surface of the water. It functions as a centre of gravity and social node, pulling visitors from the surrounding communities along with immigrants to express themselves on a common ground.

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ROOF SEALING LAYER 25 MM MORTAR 40 MM RIGID INSULATION 250 MM PRECAST HOLLOW CORE SLAB WITH INTGRATED GALVANIZED STEEL PIPES STEEL TRUSSES

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90 MM CONCRETE FINISH 200 MM PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE 80 MM RIGID MINERAL FIBER INSULATION 6 MM POLYETHYLENE MOISTURE BARRIER

Reinforced Column Detail 1:50

Curtain Wall Detail

90 MM CONCRETE FINISH 200 MM PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE 80 MM RIGID MINERAL FIBER INSULATION 6 MM POLYETHYLENE MOISTURE BARRIER

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The grotto is a space filled with light filtering through a series of pipes. The grotto is meant to act as an introverted space, intended for reflection and meditation as one experiences their surroundings while still being isolated from them. They are able to listen to the wind blowing through the pipes and be warmed by light, as they reflect on their past and look forward to their bright future.

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P U R I F Y En ergy an d F o rm | Pro f . Man go n e Si te: Dedo ro , B razi l Group Member: Luke Rivet The goal of this design was to provide stormwater filtration for the neigboring community of Realengo. The system is meant to ease the load off of the existing waste water treatment plant and it is filtered through a series of stages. The Primary stage is a series of bioswales and subsurface constructed wetlands. Their meadering path, slows down the waters velocity, maximizing the amount of time the water is in contact with the vegetation. The secondary stage consists of an undulating river through which floating wetlands filter the water through their roots as they are designed to replicate the water treatment process that occurs in and around naturally occuring floating vegitated islands. At the end of this journey, a series of social pools sit along the border of the urban fabric providing recreation spaces. Some of these pools have infiltration trenches that allow water to seep into the ground creating a marsh land to act as an ecological corridor for native species.


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Curvilinear pavilions flow along the edges of the swimming ponds creating shaded spaces underneath. The light structures enclose the pools while creating an open atmosphere. These bamboo structures are meant to serve as gathering spaces. They Provide enclosure and act as social nodes throughout the stormwater park.

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Prof. Thomas

C E N T E R

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I N H A B I T I N G Studio 4 -

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Prof. Inderbier Riar

Published in Building 22

The ki ndergarten de s i gn b e gan w i t h a s i ngl e s p i r al i ng ge s t ur e , t w o l i ne s f ragm ent i ng t he s i t e , c r e at i ng a s he l t e r i ng, p r ot e c t i ve , i nw ar dl y foc us e d, crad l i ng f orm . The b ui l di ng s l ow l y e m e r ge s fr om t hi s ge s t ur e as t he t ap e r i ng w al l s em brace a c e nt r al c our t yar d t hat b l e e ds i nt o t he e x i s t i ng l ands c ap e . W i thi n the bui l d i ng, t he s e t w o l i ne s t r ans l at e t o c ut s , for m i ng t w o c l e ar s t or i e s that run al ong t he m ai n c i r c ul at i on, gi vi ng t he ap p e ar anc e of a fl oat i ng roof . The roof di sen gage s i t s e l f fr om t he e x t e r i or w al l s as i t s i t s on t he t hi c k e r l oad beari ng i nt eri or w al l s . T he s e c ut s c r e at e t w o l i ne s of l i ght w i t hi n t he t w o prom enad es w hi ch ac t as p ub l i c s t r e e t s i n w hi c h m ai n p r ogr am s fl ood i nt o. Al ong t hese st reet s , ve r t i c al l y t e x t ur e d c onc r e t e and w ood e ngage w i t h the l i nes of l i ght an d c hi l dr e n c an r un t he i r hands al ong t he m as t he y s p i r al through t he bui l di n g. T he p r om e nade b r e ak s w he n t he for m b e nds , c r e at i ng tw o l ookout space s b ook e ndi ng t he c l as s r oom s . T he p l an c e l e b r at e s t he ent ryw ay a s one t ur ns t he c or ne r s t o s p i r al i nt o t he s p ac e s .


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1 vesitbule 2 grand room 3 storage 4 kitchen 5 drinking fountain area 6 female change room 7 male change room 8 main office 9 waiting area 10 meeting room 11 assistants office 12 principals office 13 lunch room 14 washroom 15 lookout space 16 classroom a arrival cubbies b teachers desk c teaching area d wet area e washroom f storage g small library h napping space i exit cubbies j vestibule 17 classroom 18 classroom 19 small room 20 dring fountain area 21 female washroom 22 male washroom 23 workshop 24 lookout space 25 classroom 26 classroom 27 library 28 mechanical room 29 furniture storage 30 bike storage 31 janitorial room 32 seasonal storage 33 loading dock 34 recreational space 35 vestibule to courtyard 36 recreational space 37 courtyard


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Studio 3 | Prof. Eric Archambault

The bookstore performs as a journey through space and light. An architectural promenade that unfolds and presents a sequence of perspectives as one gradually progresses upwards through the space. A series of ramps create a sense of hierarchy within the building and the translucent polyhedral forms that descend from above, loosely link all three floors, allowing light to flood the building. The bookstore then becomes continuous, not defined by walls, but rather it is a space with dynamic nuance. The exterior of the bookstore was intended to feel as a heavy, earthy mass. The interior circulation cut through the basic form of the box, and created a void in the mass. This fracture allows light into the space, and breaks through the orthogonal uniform paneling, mimicking the uniformity of the brick in the surrounding community. The prismatic translucent forms break through the surface, and create tension between solid and void, dark and light, the regular and the irregular.


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Prof. Paul Holmquist

Located underground, the addition acts as a physical and poetic link between the house and the site; it is essentially an intermediate zone between the two states. It consists of three distinct spaces created by interlocking volumes of different light qualities, separated by massive concrete piers. The transition from one space to the next is through the void between the two masses holding up the earth, creating an intriguing moment of solid and void. The light in the first space enters from above through two overlapping slabs, creating a fairly dark space. The second space is one that descends, containing the hot and cold baths. Light slices through the dark chamber from two narrow spaces between the slabs. Ascending from the space, one is submerged into a larger bath, with a warm temperature, completely open to the sky above, allowing light to flood into the space. Lastly, one emerges from this sensorial journey into the site, creating a gradual transition from light to dark, from house to site, from architecture to nature.


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