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“ the difference between mediocrity and excellence is attention to detail. � Sebastian J. Barbarito


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Resume about myself

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Wall Design plaster of paris schematic design for Papago Park

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A Place for Observation gila woodpecker observation habitat

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Floor Plan Exercise demonstrating the understanding spatial relationships

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Housing Case Study examining multi-family housing in Paris

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Multi-Family Housing comprehensive project for high density living

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Tree house structural / aesthetic model building project

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in t e n t to facilitate awareness and understanding of fundamental design concepts through intensive studies that deliberate a holistic and innovative approach

education BSD - Architectural Studies Arizona State University | Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts fall 2011 - present good Academic Standing design GPA 4.0 | cumilative GPA 3.7

Tempe, AZ

Private Language Studies Mandarin Capital May 2012 - July 2012

Hangzhou, China

Honors Diploma Sunnyslope High School fall 2007 - spring 2011 weighted GPA : 4.2 | graduated top 10%

Phoenix, AZ

Exchange Student American Field Service (AFS) Mecenas Colegio Privado February 2011 - July 2011

Corrientes, Argentina

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experience

Phoenix Public Market Cafe busser, cashier, expediter, representative Phoenix, AZ

June 2013 - October 2013

Grady Gammage VIP Parking Services promoted to shift supervisor (2013) attendant (2012-2013) Tempe, AZ

September 2012 - present

Ski Pro Phoenix cashier, sales associate Phoenix, AZ

October 2010 - February 2011

Swartz Construction general laborer Phoenix, AZ

June 2006 / June 2010


societies

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AIAS ASU Chapter member

Spring 2013

National Honors Society (NHS) Sunnyslope High School elected Vice President (2010) member (2009-2011)

2009 - 2011

Graffiti Busters student leader

2010 - 2011

Men’s Varsity Soccer Sunnyslope High School team captain (2009-2010 season)

2007 - 2010

Men’s Varsity Dive Sunnyslope High School team captain (2010 season)

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awards

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Design Excellence [Multi - Family Housing Project] | Recipient Design Excellence [Bird Habitat Project] | Recipient Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) Scholarship Recipient Arizona State University President’s Scholarship Recipient

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skills proficient (*) and basic understanding Spanish*, Chinese, Word Processing Programs, Adobe Creative Suite CS6*, Autocad 2014*, Sketchup Pro*, Revit 2013, Universal Systems Laser Cutter, Wood Shop Equipment, Metal Working Equipment, Apple OS-based Software*, Windows Operating System*

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spring 2012 project Wall design for Papago Park professor Milagros Zingoni

As a representation of the accumulation of knowledge from first-year architecture, this plaster of paris model captures the concepts of space, form, and materiality. It is specifically tuned to be situated in the historic Papago Park region in Phoenix, AZ.

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fall 2012 project Bird Habitat Design professor Kim Steele award ASU Design Excellence Drawn from the resilient qualities of the Saguaro cactus, this development is designed specifically for watching the Gila Woodpekcer in the historic Papago Park region in Phoenix, Arizona.

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professor Greg Brickey The goal of this study was to demonstrate full comprehension of the spatial qualities in a residential context. The three plans retain the same programmatic functions but each one is plays with different spatial requirements.

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1 KITCHEN 2 DINING 3 LIVING 4 BATHROOM 5 PANTRY 6 BEDROOM 7 COURTYARD 8 MASTER BEDROOM 9 MASTER BATHROOM 10 UTILITY

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fall 2013 project Duploye Housing study professor Greg Brickey Duploye Housing is located in the 18th Arrondaisement in Paris, France. The study served as a template of understanding a real-world example of a housing development that effectively served its purpose. A structural model was crafted to represent a thorough understanding of the systematic elements in the project.

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H O U S I N G fall 2013 project multi-family housing project professor Greg Brickey award ASU Design Excellence The program called for a cohesive demonstration of all of the components for a mixed-use multi-family development in the central Phoenix region. Commercial space and living space were harmoniously fused to create a unique space that engages both residents and the public.

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spring 2014 project structural tree house professor Greg Brickey The assignment called for a design for a structural tree house that could resist both wind and seismic forces. With no restriction to location, Tuscon, Arizona posed as a challenging environment to design to. The tree house elevated by three saguaros that act as structural supports and create an exciting visual effect.


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Arizona State University Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts School of Architecture

a. 2906 E. Sherran Lane - Phoenix, Arizona 85016 c. 602.501.5063 e. spresser.kelton@gmail.com

Stahl House - Los Angeles, CA


Architecture Portfolio - bARCH