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Architecture Portfolio University of Cincinnati

Coblentz M. Ryan Permanent Address: 3305 Jefferson Ave. Cincinnati, Ohio 45220 Email Address: rcoblentz7@gmail.com Cell Phone: (505) 506-8919


Stantec

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AAP Office

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Captive Resources

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Lurie Children’s Hospital

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DLR Group

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Downtown Office Project

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Eagle Valley Middle School

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Eagle Valley High School

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R y a n M . Co b l e n tz 3305 Jefferson Ave, Cincinnati, OH / (505) 506-8919 / rcoblentz7@gmail.com

Summary of Qualifications Detail-orientated, self-motivated, and hardworking; an individual highly experienced with computer design programs and reputation for helping others in need of assistance, and known for being punctual and never missing deadlines, seeks to further academic career through graduate study in architecture in conjuncture with co-op experience through the

University of Cincinnati.

Educational Experience Master of Architecture

Class of 2019

University of Cincinnati, School of Design, Art, Architecture, and Planning (DAAP) Cum Laude Bachelor in Architecture

Class of 2016

University of New Mexico, School of Architecture and Planning. Overall GPA: 3.59 Presidential Scholarship

Aug 2012- May 2016

Received for outstanding grades throughout high school (class rank: 22 of 387) Dean’s List Honor

Aug 2012- May 2016

Recognized on Dean’s list nearly every semester of college Kosonovich Travel Prize for Design Excellence Nominee

Nov. 2015

nominated along with 8 others for outstanding studio work throughout senior year.

Work Experience H a b i t a t fo r H u m a n i t y Vo l u n t e e r Sprin g 2015 he lp e d in hom e c ons tru c tion d u ring the s p ring s e m e ster Taco Bell cashier May 2010- J u l 2016 s e rve d a s a Ta c o B e ll c as hie r f or 6 y e a rs throu g hou t high sc ho o l a nd c o llege

Professional Practice S t a n t e c - A r c h i t e c t u r a l In t e r n J an u ary 2017- May 2017 w orke d on m u ltip le p roj e c ts w ithin the w orkp lac e d ep a r tment dur ing the s p ring s e m e s te r c o-op reference: Ken Novak- kenneth.novak@stantec.com | (312) 453-7584

DL R G r o u p - A r c h i t e c t u r a l In t e r n Au gu s t 2017- De c e m be r 2017 w orke d p rim a rily on K -12 e d u c a tion p roj e c ts , c re a ted c o nstr uc tio n deta ils, a nd c oord ina te d ou t-of -hou s e re nd e rs during the f a ll s e mester c o -o o p reference: Bob Binder- bbinder@dlrgroup.com

Skills Adobe Creative Suite | Microsoft Office Suite | Rhino | V-Ray | Revit | AutoCAD | Sketch-Up | 3-D Print Technology | Laser Cutter Experience


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Kunsthaus Bregnz 200 Level Spring Studio Group Project with Keenan Palmer

In conjunction with a class mate research was done on Kunsthaus Bregnz, by Peter Zumthor with focus on the lighting conditions and spatial conditions created by the structure, through the creation of diagrams, plans, sections, and a sectional model. The project offered much insight into the effective use of minimalism in architecture and stunning methods of light penetration through a building.

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reActive Nightclub

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rotating panel arrangement

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Void Theater

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Isometric Program Layout

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Eos Apartments

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“Pyramide” by Paul Klee, 1930

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Shadow Acoustics

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AAP Office Assisted a project team throughout the spring semester with development of interior details for a new office building for AAP. Tasks including creating and revising renders based on client input, selection of material pallets, red-line revisions to mill-work and walls, creation of axonometric and paint plans, and the creation and detailing of a custom reception desk.

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DLR Group Fall Co-op 2017 Denver, CO

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Downtown Office Project An undisclosed company was looking into the viability of moving their operations to Downtown Denver. The company was especially interested in a more modern interior design and deliverables included quick sketch renders and diagrams, to help the client better grasp the dimensions and appearance of their new office.

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Eagle Valley Middle School

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Eagle Valley Middle School Eagle Valley Middle School was part of a series of projects for the Eagle Valley School District, including an elementary and high school as well. Tasks in these projects ranged from interior revisions, redline revisions, working on CD sets, and coordinating renders with a design firm in China.

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Eagle Valley High School

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Eagle Valley High School Eagle Valley High School was the primary project in the Eagle Valley series, and the first to reach completion of design. Tasks in these projects ranged from redline revisions, completing 100% CD sets, assembling construction documents, and coordinating renders with a design firm in China.

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Coblentz arch portfolio  

University of New Mexico, University of Cincinnati, Graduate, Architecture, Professional Practice, Academic Practice, Design

Coblentz arch portfolio  

University of New Mexico, University of Cincinnati, Graduate, Architecture, Professional Practice, Academic Practice, Design

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