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Coop Himmelb(l)au

Vienna, Austria

 

Trainee Architect

May '12 - Aug '12

 

At CHBL, I spent my time in the workshop as part of the model team. I built a variety of study and presentation models. This allowed me to practice a range of skills such as 3D printing, CNC Milling, Laser Cutting, and Hand Crafting.  The majority of my internship involved building various working models for the Central Bank in Azerbaijan. They were used for a variety of studies in the design development. In addition to this, I completed a presentation Model of the Martin Luther Church that was showcased at the 2012 Berlin Exhibition held by CHBL.

 

Photos courtesy of Markus Pilhoffer

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DIALOG - Decidedly Jazz Danceworks

Calgary, Canada

 

Architectural Intern

Feb '13 - Aug '13

May '10 - Aug '10

 

At Dialog, I worked on a four-person team to design the new studio for Decidedly Jazz Danceworks. Over an eight-month period, I helped develop the project from its conceptual phases through to construction. This mixed-use building houses dance studios and theatres, as well as subsidized office space for non-profit organizations. The project was completed and opened its doors in May 2016. 

Awards:

Calgary Urban Architecture Award (Unbuilt Category), 2015

Photos courtesy of DIALOG

3XN - NOMA Foodlab
Copenhagen, Denmark

 

Trainee Architect

Sept '11 - Dec '11

 

At 3XN, I worked primarily in the R&D Department. My time was split between research of sustainable prototypes and completing a design-build project for the client NOMA (ranked the top restaurant in the world by San Pellegrino). Over the course of my work, I designed various elements, completed digital models & presentation graphics, coordinated CNC fabrication, and helped to construct the finished product. This project was titled a 'Foodlab', since it served as a platform on which some of the most talented chefs in the world could test their creativity as they developed the very landscape of Nordic cuisine.  

 

Photos courtesy of Adam Mørk

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Kahn Global Design
Bangalore, India

 

Intern Design Architect

Jan '11 - Apr '11

 

 

KGD was a phenomenal experience, both culturally and architecturally. At the office, I was part of the design team and became highly involved in competition work. I was the lead designer for KGD's submission in Northern India for a creative arts center. In addition, I contributed to a number of other projects that varied in scale. This included the submission for the RAMKY Headquarters (Northern India), a residential complex in Jaipur, and urban development projects across the country. 

GEC Architecture - Winsport AIC
Calgary, Canada

 

Architectural Student

Sept '08 - Aug '09

 

Over the year spent at GEC, I took on a variety of tasks for a diverse set of projects. One of the major projects that I worked on for nearly six months  was

Calgary’s Winsport Athletic & Ice Complex (AIC). I completed drawings and details throughout working drawing and construction phases. Completed in 2011, this building is now the home of Canada's National Hockey programs (both men's and women's) and includes sports training facilities, offices, and a charter sports high school. 

Photos courtesy of GEC

OMA

New York, USA

 

Trainee Architect 

Jan '14 - May '14

 

At OMA I was part of the ‘Park Grove’ team, designing a series of luxury residential towers. I completed graphics, drawings, digital/physical models and contributed to the overall design. While I was involved in the project, we saw it through Schematic, Design Development, and Working Drawing phases. In addition to this, I worked on the Faena project in Miami and also aided in the completion of multiple competitions. This included OMA’s winning scheme for their tower in San Francisco. 

 

Photos courtesy of OMA

3XN - Green Solutions House
Copenhagen, Denmark

 

Trainee Architect

Sept '11 - Dec '11

 

Another major project that I worked on, while at 3XN, was the Green Solutions House - Denmark`s first “Cradle-to-Cradle” certified building. I was a member of the conceptual design team and also heavily involved in the research of various sustainable technologies, which were applied directly to the design. This included everything from hydro / aeroponics to architecturally integrated “Living Machines”. 

 

Awards:

Nominated for the Sustainia Award, 2013

Commercial Building of the year, 2015

Included in The Cradle to Cradle Registry, 2015

Winner Active House Award, 2016

The EU Environmental Award, 2016

Nominated for the EU - Mies van der Rohe Award, 2016


Photos courtesy of 3XN

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DIALOG - YYC International Airport

Calgary, Canada

 

Architectural Intern

Feb '13 - Aug '13

May '10 - Aug '10

 

In addition to the Decidedly Jazz Danceworks building, I also spent five months working on the 1.47 billion dollar Calgary International Airport. My work focused mainly on developing circulation and way finding in the Schematic Design phase. I also helped develop digital and physical models for Design Development, as well as complete detailed drawings throughout the Construction Phase. The project's construction was completed in October 2016. 

Awards:

Alberta Construction Magazine Top Projects - Commercial Over $50 M, 2016

 

Photos courtesy of DIALOG

GEC Architecture - West LRT
Calgary, Canada

 

Architectural Student

Sept '08 - Aug '09

 

In addition to the Winsport AIC, I was also involved in the Bow Valley College (South Campus), Red Deer College, and Calgary’s West LRT. My work included the completion of digital and physical models, presentation graphics, design details, and various site visits. 

Awards:

Mayor’s Urban Design Awards- Approved or Adopted Urban Design Plans, West LRT Extension, 2009

Award of Excellence, Project Management, West LRT, 2013

Award of Excellence, Transportation Infrastructure, West LRT, 2013

Photos courtesy of GEC

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