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framed mesh

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mosaic grounds

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tiny house

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couturier catchet

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resume


2013-2017


framed mesh STEAM HIGH SCHOOL bryan, texas fall 2016


introduction The project objective was to design a school that would serve the

programmatic needs of STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). Our program puts the the Arts back in STEM. Rather than teach those subjects in a vacuum. STEAM programs integrate them in an inquiry-based, hands-on curriculum that more closely aligns with what students will experience in college and the workforce. Our objective was to design an interactive building that helps students foster creativity in dynamic learning environment.

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3. the main axes create circulation and breaks up form of building

4. vertical circulation ane view of downtown area influence roof form


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square site called for an efficient parking, service and transportation layout. The school was designed respecting the city of Bryan’s 25ft setback, and vertical buildable area. In order to preserve the maximum outdoor space the classrooms were stacked to create a second level. The bus drop off, and parking drop off circulation paths were designed to be engaging passageways for students and staff to interact with daily.


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mosaic grounds COMMUNITY PARK + REC CENTER south town san antonio, texas fall 2015


introduction The project’s urban location

is two miles south of downtown San Antonio in an area know as “Southtown”, and connects to the San Antonio River. Southtown is composed of valued historic sites and cultural attraction, but lacking in public recreational space. Southtown is primary inhabited by low income families. Mosaic Ground’s design and program cater to the current recreational needs of the community by providing a dynamic space for public use with opportunities for economic growth.

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landmarks around site existing program+transportation local talavera + tile inspiration precedents design development

project site residenetial schools new development arts district


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view towards soccer field + basketball court


detailed ground plan bus stop

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soccer feild

foodtruck park

gallery game lounge

hammock area

cafe splash pad

wallkway to blue star

amphitheater below grade open market


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tiny house HOME FOR THE COMMUNITY FIRST! VILLAGE austin, texas spring 2015


project purpose The Tiny House project was an interdisciplinary effort of a team of 14 composed of 10 construction science students, and 4 environmental design students. The project was overseen by professors of each respective field. Over the course of 15 weeks we worked together to plan, budget, design, construct and deliver a Tiny House for Community First! Village. The Community is part of an Austin-based non-profit, called Mobile Loaves & Fishes, a 27-acre master-planned community that will provide housing and a supportive community for the chronically homeless in Central Texas. The project objective was to create a comfortable home with a sleeping space and storage for its resident.

phase 1: design process In the course of 6 weeks the 4 architecture students developed and refined a modular design for the Tiny House keeping the $8,000 budget in mind. I created the 3D Model, the interior design, and helped put together the construction documents.


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Over the course of 8 weeks the team constructed the framing, mounted the walls, did the electrical wiring and put the finishing touches on the tiny house. The project design was modified as needed through out the constriction. Collectively a total of 1276 hours were put into construction.


couturier cachet LIGHT TOWER spring 2014


design concept

Designed for an imaginary client, the project investigates how architecture can represent the characteristics of its patron through form and light. Streaming from my interest in fashion, the light tower embodies the job and personality of an exclusive couturier. The design resembles a garment coming together around the silhouette of a female. A designer is usually very private and lets their work speak for them, hence why the silhouette is encased allowing cracks of light to shine through. Mint green was chosen for the figure because it was most prevalent color used in the spring 2014 runway season. The garment is transformative, expressive and lively.


variety collection of creative work created throughout undergraduate studies 2013-2016


watercolor A variety of paintings completed while studying abroad in Castiglion

Fiorentino, Italy, and some illustrations done independently in the same medium.


pencil drawings

administration building

favorite place to think

still life exercise

mixed media street pattern study


the agency O ve r t h e c ou rse of th e fa l l semester I have assisted in department marketing through graphics and social media. I have helped design the layout for the agency website with Wix platform. The website is to be complete and launched at the end of spring 2017.


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undergraduate experiences 2013-2017


roxanna trevino

1802 S. International Blvd Weslaco, TX 956.376.7787 roxy.trev@gmail.com

education

Texas A+M University College Station,TX 2013-present B.A. Architecture-Environmental Design Santa Chiara Study Center Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy January-May 2016 Study Abroad Semester IDEA College Preparatory Donna, TX 2007-2013 International Baccalaureate Diploma Recipient

associations

Chapter President- American Institute of Architecture students current Responsible for overseeing and planning all Executive and Chapter Board Meetings; overseeing AIA Liaison, Career Fair committee and Freedom by Design; as well as facilitating connections with the college administration, professional community and AIAS National Office. AIA Brazos Liaison- American Institute of Architecture students 2015-2016 In charge of representing architecture students at AIA Brazos meeting, coordinating and promoting professional development events, and facilitating membership engagement and growth through the attendance of National Conferences. Student Member- Lower Rio Grande Valley AIA 2014 current I Assist local chapter meetings, and help photograph chapter events for social media. Treasure- Student Health Environmental Association 2014-2015 Oversee the organization’s finances, assisted in organization events, and participated in the Architecture for Health Lecture Series.

recognition

AIAS Chapter Leader of the Month February, Spring 2017 Girls Engaged in Math Camp Speaker Summer 2015 IDEA Public Schools Outstanding Alumni Speaker Spring 2014 Bark and Build People’s Choice Award Fall 2013 Regent’s Scholar Scholarship recipient Fall 2013-Spring 2017


experience

The Agency Undergraduate member of the graphic design group for the Department of Architecture at Texas A&M. Assists in department marketing through graphics and social media. IDEA Public Schools Marketing Served as a Marketing Intern by supporting managers in a variety organizational, operational, logistical, and creative assignments. GAMA-Property Service Organized projects plans and paperwork dealing with ADA Inspection. Weslaco Economic Development Cooperation Helped coordinate a monthly Music and Art on the Street Festival, designed material material, and help promote via social media. Nana’s Taqueria Social media marketing for the family restaurant and designed the restaurant renovation.

community involvment

Freedom By Design 2015-current Volunteer in design-build projects for member of the Brazos Valley community Building Communities WorkShop 2016 Worked with local business to repurpose a parking spot into a pocket park for Park(ing) Tiny House 2015 Help design and build a tiny house for the Community First! Village for the homeless AIA Woman’s Leadership Summit 2015 conference photographer, and student participant in equity in Architecture roundtable discussions Humanitarian relief center for Immigrants 2014 Helped organize resources and guide immigrant families through the center Big Event 2014-2016 Participant in annual Campus wide community service event Brazos County Bark and Build 2013 Designed and built a sustainable dog house for annual event

knowledge

Digital revit, autocad, rhinoceros, illustrator, indesign, photoshop, sketch-up, microsoft office Languages spanish, english


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