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Andrew Lavengood

Andrew Lavengood

Los Angeles, CA, US

 

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About 

I have been working as an architectural designer for over 10 years. I am intensely interested in art, design, literature, and photography.

If you would like to speak with a couple of associates I have worked with, I would
recommend these two:
Thor Jonsson who I previously worked with at The Architecture Studio
thorjonsson@gmail.com  818-426-8857
Alison Zeno who I previously worked with at Wolcott Architecture and Interiors

alison@zenodesigngroup.com 424-217-9197

Elsewhere:

Employment 

Wolcott Architecture & Interiors, Culver City, CA, US, Project Architect

Designed and detailed several large creative office spaces for advertising and fashion companies. Created inventive, cutting edge designs and lead discussions with the client regarding overall aesthetics, creative use of spaces, and forward thinking ideas regarding their business. Lead the project team on documenting the entire project in Revit. Provided construction administration expertise in conjunction with general contractor.

Jan 2014 - current
 

Parallax Architecture, Los Angeles, CA, US, Project Architect

Developed the design and drawings on a large high end private school in Los Angeles.

Oct 2012 - Jan 2014
 

The Architecture Studio, Los Angeles, CA, US, Project Architect/Manager

Provided a diagnostic Laboratory and office building within an existing core and shell. Created the project from Design Development through to Construction Administration. Developed the design along with all drawings and details.

Design, drawings, and CA for the construction of a large highly detailed house on the bluffs in Malibu. Blended modern architectural design moves with mediterranean villa style.

Feb 2007 - Oct 2012
 

nonzero \ architecture, Santa Monica, CA , Project Designer

Design and drawings of a high end house located in the Los Feliz area of Hollywood. Met with client and contractor to assure a highly detailed and designed project was delivered.

Jul 2006 - Feb 2007
 

Burt Hill, Pittsburgh, PA, US, Junior Design Associate

Developed designs and drawings for several large scale international projects including a Student Union, Housing in Atlanta, and Condos in Dubai.

Jun 2004 - Jul 2006
 

Education 

Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, US, BArch, Bachelor of Architecture

Aug 1999 - Jun 2004
 

Pittsburgh Filmmakers, Pittsburgh, PA, US, Black and White Photography

Aug 2002 - Dec 2003
 

Denmark International Study Program, Copenhagen, DK, Architecture

Jan 2003 - Jun 2003
 

Awards 

2009 Nestle Headquarters Future Office Competition, 1st Place

I was a member of the design team at The Architecture Studio whose submission of a proposed design for the future office for Nestle was selected as First Place.

2009
 

2008 Temporary Outdoor Gallery Space Competition Austin, Other

Submitted a competition entry for a temporary gallery space for Art Week in Austin, Texas. Artwork is supported on pillars symbolic of forests and moonlight towers that highlight the creative energy of the Festival and the City. Pillars/trees made of unit modules are built for the utmost flexibility; the pillars create walls for hanging art, pedestals for supporting art, and nooks for inserting art into. The monolithic pillars, akin to trunks of trees in the forest, define and enclose space through their mass and filigree.

2008
 

2006 West End Bridge Competition, Other

The Riverlife Taskforce in Pittsburgh set up this competition for the design of a pedestrian bridge to be added to an existing historic bridge. In order to utilize the great views of downtown and create the best experience of the awe inspiring bridge our team came up with a solution that goes above the deck of the existing bridge by latching onto the existing steel structure.

2006
 

2005 Flight 93 Memorial Competition, Other

This competition entry was completed by myself and my collegue, Adam Beaulieu. Our idea for the competition was to allow the visitors to the site to have a place of entry and a journey through the site. Through making distinct cuts into the earth for the path, the experience becomes one of reflection at the impact Flight 93 had on the site, the individual, and the country.

2005
 

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