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I graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelors of Architecture in May 2012. Since then I have been working as a project manager on Team USC's fluxHome™. It was the first time we participated in the US DOE Solar Decathlon and came in 10th overall, with 3rd place in the architecture contest. The competition ended in October and am currently seeking opportunities to grow as an architect in the professional field.
University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, CA, US, fluxHome™ Project Manager in charge of Communications
Worked on the construction of FluxHomeTM. In charge of visual communications and media outreach. Participated in schematic design, design development, construction documentation, and designing public exhibit materials for the US Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2013. We designed a net-zero home for a couple with two kids in Southern California that is both architecturally and sustainably unique. FluxHome celebrates the idea of change with a spatial strategy that is based on openness, porosity and flexible efficiency using Air, Space, and Light as metaphysical building materials.
University of Southern California (USC), BArch, architecture
Architecture Contest, 3rd Place
fluxHome™ came in 3rd place in Architecture at this years US DOE Solar Decathlon in Irvine,CA.
NAAB archive, 1st Place
"geometric fluidity" was placed in the NAAB archive at USC.