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Lyndon Julien-Sehl

Lyndon Julien-Sehl

Schodack Landing, NY, US

 

About 

Lyndon Julien-Sehl is a freshly-minted graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's School of Architecture, and is eager to enter the profession with energy and talent. While at RPI, he has been exposed to a wide spectrum of studios, experiences and topics. He has been a teaching assistant for technical classes including Construction Systems and Materials + Enclosures as well as in the Fabrication Shop. He has studied abroad in Rome, Italy, and has gained considerable professional experience while studying at RPI. Lyndon is currently looking for employment.

Employment 

John G. Waite Associates, Architects, Architectural Intern

I interned at JGWA summers and winter breaks while pursuing my degree. JGWA is a highly acclaimed historic preservation firm at which I assisted in construction documents, measured drawings, fieldwork and other functions.

Jun 2007 - Jan 2011
 

Kaaterskill Associates, CAD Technician

I worked with Kaaterskill Associates summers and winter breaks while pursuing my degree. Kaaterskill Associates is a civil engineering firm located in Greene County, NY. My responsibilities included drafting and design of wastewater treatment systems, architectural measured drawings and documentation, as well as site planning related draftwork.

Jun 2006 - Jan 2009
 

Education 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, BArch, School of Architecture

While studying at RPI, I had the opportunity to study abroad, in Rome, Italy. I completed two studios abroad, including a seminar studio with students from the Politecnico di Torino. I have satisfactorily completed the one year Final Project Studio, earning the Harriet R. Peck Prize.

Sep 2006 - May 2011
 

Awards 

The Harriet R. Peck Prize, Award

The Harriet R. Peck prize is awarded to a graduating student who put forward the best solution to a thesis project in architectural design. It was awarded for the project Technofuturism: Toward a Cyborg Ecology.

2011
 

The Pella Award for the Most Compelling Integration if Technological Systems, Grant

This award is given by the faculty to the Final Project student with the most thoughtful integration of technology in a final project thesis.

2011
 

The Center for Architecture Eleanor Allwork Scholarship, Grant

This award is given to students, upon being selected by the Dean of the school, who are selected based on a portfolio submission.

2011
 

The Norman P. Waxman Memorial Award for Exemplifying a Spirit of Unselfish Giving to the School and the Institute, Award

2010
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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