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Marisol Reed

Marisol Reed

Brooklyn, NY, US

 

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About 

Employment 

Locus Architecture, Brooklyn, NY, US, Draftsperson

Aided in the completion of construction document sets for high end residential projects in NYC,
Researched and complied material library for architectural office.

Oct 2013 - current
 

Designer self employed, Brooklyn, NY, US, Jewlery designer

Design and fabrication of custom made jewelry utilizing 3d modeling and lasercutting for final production.

I have used this opportunity as a springboard for merging my design background with my personal passion, mentoring youth.
Through out school I supported myself by working as a tutor and bilingual caretaker for NYC families.
Thanks to those supportive families, I have pushed this work to include mentorship of pre-teens with artistic interest to develop their skills in design and architecture.
I began to teach children ranging in ages 7-13 the programs I learned in architecture school, such as rhino, to create and design their own projects. Followed by tutoring in adobe creative suite as a means to begin documentation of our work.

May 2012 - current
 

Education 

Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, US, BArch, Architecture

Graduate of a 5-year NAAB accredited bachelor of architecture program ranked 10th nationally in 2012.
My thesis project focused on urban planning and the reclamation of food production and community involvement through architectural systems.
Areas of interest and previous semesters of study include urban farming, and humanitarian architecture in areas of crisis.

Aug 2010 - May 2013
 

Pratt Institute Rome, Rome, Italy , Architecture

Awarded the Pratt Institute Rome Prize, scholarship to study abroad in Italy for a 5 month, travel intensive program which specialized in hand sketching, Roman + modern Italian architecture, watercolor + charcoal rendering.

Jan 2012 - May 2012
 

San Antonio College, San Antonio, Architecture

Community college program specializing in hand rendering, watercolor, ink and pen with a strong emphasis on detailed model building.
Curriculum was driven by the influence of vernacular Texas architecture, and the study of environmental design considerations.

Jan 2008 - May 2010
 

Awards 

Pratt Institute Rome Prize, Scholarship

Awarded the Pratt Institute Rome Prize, scholarship to study abroad in Italy for a 5 month, travel intensive program which specialized in hand sketching, Roman + modern Italian architecture, watercolor + charcoal rendering.

2012
 

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