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<ul><li><p>......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2210 West Dallas Street #221 </p><p>Houston, Texas 77019 </p><p>817.999.2191</p><p>smwaller6@gmail.com</p><p>Education</p><p>Skills</p><p> Honors</p><p>Revit AutoCADRhinoSketchup</p><p>Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, 2014 - presentDiana Huang Scholarship recipient, 2013Magna cum laude SCAD graduateTau Sigma Delta Honor Society, 2009 - 2012SCAD Artistic Scholarship recipient, 2008 - 2012SCAD Deans List, 2008 - 2012</p><p>Experience PBK Architectural Intern: October 2014-present New high school for Conroe ISD: Developing interior elevations, modeling Revit families Conroe High School, Caney Creek High School, The Woodlands High School, University of Houston Sugar Land: Created Revit models from as-built drawings, took field measurements, developed design options</p><p>University of Houston Structures Teaching Assistant: January-December 2015 Conducted tutorials, assisted students with Revit, critiqed structural designs, graded assignments</p><p>Corgan Associates, Inc., Dallas Architectural Intern: September 2012-July 2013 DFW Terminal B Renovation: BIM modeling, revised construction documents, and managed samples and RFIs</p><p>Student Intern: December 2011, June-August 2011, December 2010 DFW Terminal A Renovation: BIM modeling, revised construction documents</p><p>PhotoshopIllustrator InDesignLightroom</p><p>Hand sketchingModelmakingBasic knowledge of building codes</p><p>Activities UH Design + Build Graduate Studio, 2014Texas Society of Architects Mentorship program, 2013 - 2014Volunteer, Blodgett Urban Gardens, HoustonToastmasters International</p><p>Sarah Waller</p><p>References Duke FleshmanDuke Fleshman Architectsdukefleshman@att.net 713.523.0199</p><p>Steven Wilkerson, PhD, PEATHOS Consulting Engineerssteven.wilkerson@athosengr.com832.969.8641</p><p>University of HoustonMaster of Architecture, Fall 2015</p><p>Savannah College of Art &amp; DesignBachelor of Fine Arts, August 2012 Major in Architecture, Minor in Design for Sustainability</p><p>LEED Green AssociateCertification</p><p>Microsoft OfficeConstruction documentsDigital photographySustainable design</p><p>Donna Kacmar, FAIAMaterials Research Collaborativedkacmar@central.uh.edu 713.743.2510</p><p>......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2210 West Dallas Street #221 </p><p>Houston, Texas 77019 </p><p>817.999.2191</p><p>smwaller6@gmail.com</p><p>Education</p><p>Skills</p><p> Honors</p><p>Revit AutoCADRhinoSketchup</p><p>Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, 2014 - presentDiana Huang Scholarship recipient, 2013Magna cum laude SCAD graduateTau Sigma Delta Honor Society, 2009 - 2012SCAD Artistic Scholarship recipient, 2008 - 2012SCAD Deans List, 2008 - 2012</p><p>Experience PBK Architectural Intern: October 2014-present New high school for Conroe ISD: Developing interior elevations, modeling Revit families Conroe High School, Caney Creek High School, The Woodlands High School, University of Houston Sugar Land: Created Revit models from as-built drawings, took field measurements, developed design options</p><p>University of Houston Structures Teaching Assistant: January-December 2015 Conducted tutorials, assisted students with Revit, critiqed structural designs, graded assignments</p><p>Corgan Associates, Inc., Dallas Architectural Intern: September 2012-July 2013 DFW Terminal B Renovation: BIM modeling, revised construction documents, and managed samples and RFIs</p><p>Student Intern: December 2011, June-August 2011, December 2010 DFW Terminal A Renovation: BIM modeling, revised construction documents</p><p>PhotoshopIllustrator InDesignLightroom</p><p>Hand sketchingModelmakingBasic knowledge of building codes</p><p>Activities UH Design + Build Graduate Studio, 2014Texas Society of Architects Mentorship program, 2013 - 2014Volunteer, Blodgett Urban Gardens, HoustonToastmasters International</p><p>Sarah Waller</p><p>References Duke FleshmanDuke Fleshman Architectsdukefleshman@att.net 713.523.0199</p><p>Steven Wilkerson, PhD, PEATHOS Consulting Engineerssteven.wilkerson@athosengr.com832.969.8641</p><p>University of HoustonMaster of Architecture, Fall 2015</p><p>Savannah College of Art &amp; DesignBachelor of Fine Arts, August 2012 Major in Architecture, Minor in Design for Sustainability</p><p>LEED Green AssociateCertification</p><p>Microsoft OfficeConstruction documentsDigital photographySustainable design</p><p>Donna Kacmar, FAIAMaterials Research Collaborativedkacmar@central.uh.edu 713.743.2510</p><p>Sarah Waller</p><p>architecture portfolio</p></li><li><p>......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2210 West Dallas Street #221 </p><p>Houston, Texas 77019 </p><p>817.999.2191</p><p>smwaller6@gmail.com</p><p>Education</p><p>Skills</p><p> Honors</p><p>Revit AutoCADRhinoSketchup</p><p>Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, 2014 - presentDiana Huang Scholarship recipient, 2013Magna cum laude SCAD graduateTau Sigma Delta Honor Society, 2009 - 2012SCAD Artistic Scholarship recipient, 2008 - 2012SCAD Deans List, 2008 - 2012</p><p>Experience PBK Architectural Intern: October 2014-present New high school for Conroe ISD: Developing interior elevations, modeling Revit families Conroe High School, Caney Creek High School, The Woodlands High School, University of Houston Sugar Land: Created Revit models from as-built drawings, took field measurements, developed design options</p><p>University of Houston Structures Teaching Assistant: January-December 2015 Conducted tutorials, assisted students with Revit, critiqed structural designs, graded assignments</p><p>Corgan Associates, Inc., Dallas Architectural Intern: September 2012-July 2013 DFW Terminal B Renovation: BIM modeling, revised construction documents, and managed samples and RFIs</p><p>Student Intern: December 2011, June-August 2011, December 2010 DFW Terminal A Renovation: BIM modeling, revised construction documents</p><p>PhotoshopIllustrator InDesignLightroom</p><p>Hand sketchingModelmakingBasic knowledge of building codes</p><p>Activities UH Design + Build Graduate Studio, 2014Texas Society of Architects Mentorship program, 2013 - 2014Volunteer, Blodgett Urban Gardens, HoustonToastmasters International</p><p>Sarah Waller</p><p>References Duke FleshmanDuke Fleshman Architectsdukefleshman@att.net 713.523.0199</p><p>Steven Wilkerson, PhD, PEATHOS Consulting Engineerssteven.wilkerson@athosengr.com832.969.8641</p><p>University of HoustonMaster of Architecture, Fall 2015</p><p>Savannah College of Art &amp; DesignBachelor of Fine Arts, August 2012 Major in Architecture, Minor in Design for Sustainability</p><p>LEED Green AssociateCertification</p><p>Microsoft OfficeConstruction documentsDigital photographySustainable design</p><p>Donna Kacmar, FAIAMaterials Research Collaborativedkacmar@central.uh.edu 713.743.2510</p><p>ARCH Center HoustonSpace promoting architecture in the arts community</p><p>Park. Shop. Live. Alternative solutions for Austin</p><p>Thermal Baths and Gardens Destination for healing</p><p>Work samples</p><p>ArtworkAquariumLa Mmoire de LacosteMother, daughter and Utah Sky</p><p>1</p><p>11</p><p>21</p><p>29</p><p>31</p><p>Contents</p><p>......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2210 West Dallas Street #221 </p><p>Houston, Texas 77019 </p><p>817.999.2191</p><p>smwaller6@gmail.com</p><p>Education</p><p>Skills</p><p> Honors</p><p>Revit AutoCADRhinoSketchup</p><p>Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, 2014 - presentDiana Huang Scholarship recipient, 2013Magna cum laude SCAD graduateTau Sigma Delta Honor Society, 2009 - 2012SCAD Artistic Scholarship recipient, 2008 - 2012SCAD Deans List, 2008 - 2012</p><p>Experience PBK Architectural Intern: October 2014-present New high school for Conroe ISD: Developing interior elevations, modeling Revit families Conroe High School, Caney Creek High School, The Woodlands High School, University of Houston Sugar Land: Created Revit models from as-built drawings, took field measurements, developed design options</p><p>University of Houston Structures Teaching Assistant: January-December 2015 Conducted tutorials, assisted students with Revit, critiqed structural designs, graded assignments</p><p>Corgan Associates, Inc., Dallas Architectural Intern: September 2012-July 2013 DFW Terminal B Renovation: BIM modeling, revised construction documents, and managed samples and RFIs</p><p>Student Intern: December 2011, June-August 2011, December 2010 DFW Terminal A Renovation: BIM modeling, revised construction documents</p><p>PhotoshopIllustrator InDesignLightroom</p><p>Hand sketchingModelmakingBasic knowledge of building codes</p><p>Activities UH Design + Build Graduate Studio, 2014Texas Society of Architects Mentorship program, 2013 - 2014Volunteer, Blodgett Urban Gardens, HoustonToastmasters International</p><p>Sarah Waller</p><p>References Duke FleshmanDuke Fleshman Architectsdukefleshman@att.net 713.523.0199</p><p>Steven Wilkerson, PhD, PEATHOS Consulting Engineerssteven.wilkerson@athosengr.com832.969.8641</p><p>University of HoustonMaster of Architecture, Fall 2015</p><p>Savannah College of Art &amp; DesignBachelor of Fine Arts, August 2012 Major in Architecture, Minor in Design for Sustainability</p><p>LEED Green AssociateCertification</p><p>Microsoft OfficeConstruction documentsDigital photographySustainable design</p><p>Donna Kacmar, FAIAMaterials Research Collaborativedkacmar@central.uh.edu 713.743.2510</p></li><li><p>Project: Offices, Auditorium, Exhibition gallery Location: Houston, TexasSize: 12,000 square feet</p><p> graduate studio | spring 2014</p><p>Roof detailNorth elevation viewDetail at Lawndale CenterView of atrium Top view into exhibition space</p><p>12345</p><p>1</p></li><li><p>ARCHITECTURE CENTER HOUSTON</p><p>ARCHITECTURE CENTER HOUSTON </p><p>ARCHITECTURE CENTER HOUSTON </p></li><li><p>Main Street</p><p>Rosedale Street</p><p>Site Plan3</p></li><li><p>Outdoor spaceAxis / Entries</p><p>from parking </p><p>Grid</p><p>3d Program 3d Void</p><p>Located in the increasingly popular museum district, the proposed Architecture Center Houston is the latest addition to the citys design community. As the home to Houstons chapter of the American Institute of Architects and the Houston Architecture Foundation, the 12,000 square foot facility incorporates meeting rooms, an auditorium, and an exhibition gallery. </p><p>The iconic structure identifies the role of ArCH in the profession and sets a standard for designing the built environment. With this new facility, ArCH will promote understanding and appreciation of the ways in which architecture influences the quality of community life. </p><p>Circulation</p><p>Exhibition</p><p>Auditorium</p><p>Classrooms</p><p>Atrium / Reception</p><p>Library</p><p>Public 9800 Private 1440</p><p>Offices</p><p>Boardroom</p><p>Support 2430</p><p>StorageRestrooms</p><p>Mech / Elec</p><p>Kitchen / Copy Room</p><p>4</p></li><li><p>East Elevation West Elevation5</p></li><li><p>North Elevation</p><p>6</p></li><li><p>N0 4 80 4 8</p><p>Level 2 Floor Plan</p><p>MechanicalElectrical</p><p>Exhibition Storage</p><p>N0 4 8</p><p>Basement Floor Plan</p><p>Exhibition Storage</p><p>MechanicalElectrical</p><p>7</p></li><li><p>N0 4 8</p><p>Level 3 Floor Plan</p><p>N0 4 8</p><p>Level 1 Floor Plan</p><p>8</p></li><li><p>Section A</p><p>S2.1 1</p><p>S2.1</p><p>3</p><p>S2.2</p><p>2</p><p>S2.23</p><p>S2.14</p><p>S2.2 1</p><p>2</p><p>S2.1</p><p>S2.2</p><p>4</p><p>v</p><p>S2.2</p><p>2</p><p>1</p><p>4</p><p>8</p><p>D E GA</p><p>2</p><p>6</p><p>7</p><p>35' - 0" 40' - 0" 30' - 0"</p><p>40' -</p><p> 0"</p><p>40' -</p><p> 0"</p><p>9</p><p>5</p><p>20' -</p><p> 0"</p><p>Joists @ 9'-0" o.c</p><p>F</p><p>62X61W62X61W62X61W62X61W</p><p>W16X26 W16X26</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>62X61W62X61W62X61W62X61W</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>W16X26</p><p>W16X26</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>W16X26</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>W16X26</p><p>W16X26</p><p>W16X26W16X26W16X26</p><p>W14x22 @ 9'-0" o.cW</p><p>14X</p><p>22</p><p>W14</p><p>X22</p><p>W14</p><p>X22</p><p>W14X22</p><p>W14X22</p><p>W14X22</p><p>W14X22</p><p>B C</p><p>33</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>W16</p><p>X26</p><p>Third Floor Framing Plan</p><p>9</p></li><li><p>Detail Section</p><p>Steel structure Brise soleil Columns </p><p>Operable louversTranslucent glass</p><p>Stone veneer wall systemSteel tubesMetal ties Insulation </p><p>Skylight system Translucent glazingSteel structure Gutter to underground cistern </p><p>1 </p><p>2</p><p>3 </p><p>4 </p><p>5</p><p>5</p><p>3</p><p>1 2</p><p>4</p><p>Section B10</p></li><li><p>Project: Automated Parking garage, Food &amp; retail kiosks, Local grocery store, Residential Co-op, Community garden Location: Austin, TexasSize: 196,000 overall square footage Occupancy: 855 parking spaces | 60 residents</p><p>Efficiency of automated garage in comparisonto conventional garageView from 2nd StreetAverage age of city residentTranslucent glass and wire mesh panel detailpossible efficiency of automated garage compared to conventional garage</p><p>1</p><p>2</p><p>3</p><p>4</p><p>..................................................................................................................................................................28</p><p>..................................................................................................................................................................200%</p><p>studio | fall 201111</p></li><li><p>PARK. SHOP. LIVE.</p><p>12</p></li><li><p>13</p></li><li><p>Top left: View from Cesar Chavez Bottom left: Retail and food kiosk plazaRight: Site plan</p><p>0 100 200 400</p><p>Austins exponential growth is a burden to its infrastructure. The increasing number of urban dwellers requires the city to offer people more in terms of quality of life. Parking is among the most frustrating inconveniences for everyone that visits downtown, and demand far outstrips supply. The city, which wasnt originally planned for mass parking, now plans for mass transit, but it will be decades until it is fully realized. Most people rely on cars to get to work and residents need vehicles for simple errands; Austin needs a parking solution immediately. Here is a canvas for urban art with immeasurable economic, ecological, and social benefits. A mixed-use structure, occupying the block adjacent to San Antonio Street and between 2nd and Cesar Chavez adds visual contrast to the district and city skyline. The design strives to keep Austin weird by incorporating colorful technology. The parking component itself is a constantly changing work of art. A pane of translucent glass illuminates when a car is parked. </p><p>Automated parking is the solution to the vehicle-dependent society. This technology has been tested and is prevalent in densely populated European cities. With its reputation for sustainable lifestyles, Austin can lead the way in the future of parking in the American Southwest. Automated parking is going to c...</p></li></ul>