SEAN CRILLY CURRICULUM VITAE CONTACT N: Sean Crilly T: E: A:
PROFICIENCY Autodesk Autocad  Autodesk Revit  Adobe Photoshop [CC] Adobe Illustrator [CC] Adobe Indesign [CC] Sketchup 
PROFILE Currently a third year BA Hons Architecture student at Ulster University, seeking a work placement with an employer for a period of one year in order to gain practical experience to further my progression towards a career as a chartered architect. I would also like to use this as an opportunity to support my mentors in a working environment utilising one years previous professional experience in the field of an architectural and surveying office and an educational background with a HNC 3D Design, FdSc Architectural technology with sustainable design, enabling me to contribute and assist my colleagues on a variety of project types. Fully mobile with personal transportation enabling supportive field roles. WORK EXPERIENCE CONTOUR ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES LIMITED CAD Technician/ assistant - Amendment and review of fire safety and building regulation information contained within CAD files of commercial, historical and domestic premises. - Carried out full sets of plans and elevations for existing and proposed addition to domestic properties, including submissions of materials. - Sourcing of information, material and vendors for the purpose of business and client requirements. - Compiling information in an excel spreadsheet format to record contact information, feedback, product information and vendor specific information. EDUCATION ULSTER UNIVERSITY, BELFAST CAMPUS
- Year BA Hons Architecture. First Class Honours
Available upon request.
BELFAST METROPOLITAN COLLEGE -Level 4 HNC 3D Design -FdSc Architectural Technology with Sustainable design - Level 2 award in 2D Computer Aided Design ST PATRICKS COLLEGE -Secondary school A level education -Eight GCSEs, including English and Maths AWARDS -Hamilton Prize- Runner up award -Second year creativity award - Deans list award for academic ahcievement 2016/2017
PUBLIC HOUSE 3-9 Situated in the Cathedral Quarter, Belfast already renowned for its night life and socially enriching atmosphere lies the possibilty for expansion and development. The disused site on Donegal Street Place has an opportunity to form connections that pre-exist and have become neglected, creating an extension and a new area to navigate will be key to integrating into the social fabric of Cathedral Quarter.
‘PARCOURS’ PARKOUR ACTIVITY CENTRE 10-14 Creating a cultural centre on the Nattow Water Estate, Newry that adopts the formal language of the garden but allows the spontaneity of parkour to be it’s true ambition. The project delivers a design that creates a social space to navigate, learn and practice.
ADDITIONAL - SMALL PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS
DONEGALL STREET PLACE l BELFAST l NORTHERN IRELAND
NARROW WATER ESTATE l NEWRY l NORTHERN IRELAND
SPONTANEITY IS A METICULOUSLY PREPARED ART Oscar wilde The activity of parkour involves the adept individual to maneuver through a complex terrain using only the body to climb, run and jump. Derived from ‘Parcours’ which translates to ‘the path’ that acts upon the spontaneity and the individuals interpretation of where that path goes. Observing both behavior of pedestrian and freerunner indicates two drastic differences with the interpretation of space and how they navigate through it, however the endpoints may stay the same. To capture the spontaneity I must be spontaneous, using paint as a medium to draw pathways in space that is captured on the page to create a fractured landscape that will allow endless interpretations of how to navigate it.
Parkour pathways Pedestrian pathways
Studying pathways, Waterfront, Belfast
D SURFACE MODEL
â€˜PARCOURSâ€™ PARKOUR ACTIVITY CENTRE From the spontaneous derived concept sculptural forms begin to emerge, bringing an environment that can be interpreted differently by each inhabitant. The exterior stands prominently in the landscape as a monumental mass, the flush border adopts the formal edge of the gardens from the surrounding context. Once entered the formality disappears as we are left with a maze of pathways to explore that converge to the sculptural centre. For parkour athletes this becomes a place to practice and share skills with an environment that becomes fertile ground for creativity and ingenuity.
FIRST FLOOR PLAN
GROUND FLOOR PLAN 13
CENTRE FOR ALL The space can be used throughout the year each season brings its own characteristics and opportunities. The inverted dome provides a centre to the design allowing everyone to meet and observe. During the summer it may be rife with parkour athletes somersaulting and leaping from structure to structure whereas winter may bring a seasonal snowball fight with the solid masses providing cover and vantage points. The layered rammed earth is obtained from a nearby quarry and from the site itself upon excavation. It is remoulded on site and sealed with a water repellent admixture. From the elevation the mass slots into the landscape the height decreasing as the contours rise.
Small project highlights Hypar fragment - 1st year studio project
Light and shadow - opaque model
Transparent alternative with printed details
This pavilion was the result of experimentation for a house project in 1st year studio, the design was invited to participate in the Ulster Univerity Belfast end of year show. The model was based on simple incsisions that would fold and support itself under tension creating a unqiue space that plays with light and shadow.
Bolles + Wilson Munster City Library - 2nd year case study
Model and analysis followed the presentation techniques employed by the architects in their presentation boards.