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Brynn Adner

Brynn Adner

Arlington, VA, US

 
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About 

5th year B.Arch student graduating from Virginia Tech May 2021 seeking an entry level architecture position. Well versed in Revit, AutoCAD, SketchUp, Rhino, VRay, and the Adobe Creative Suite. Internship experience includes construction documentation, surveying, producing graphic material for client meetings, and contributing to schematic design within a team.

I strive to produce work that responds to client vision, addresses the needs/context of a community, and ultimately improves lives. I enjoy projects that explore innovative approaches to issues ranging from the climate crisis and socioeconomic/racial inequality to materiality, detailing, and opportunities for computational design.

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Employment 

Self-Employed, Oswego, NY, Freelance Drafting/Graphics

producing schematic design proposals and graphic material for local single-family residential projects (additions, porches, landscape, pavilion) as well as construction documents for building permit applications. Work acquired via local construction worker.

May 2020 - Aug 2020
 

DXA Studio, New York City, New York, Intern Architect

responsibilities included surveying, schematic design, preparation of construction documents using AutoCAD, building code drawing/analysis, production of graphics/renders for and participation in client meetings

May 2019 - Aug 2019
 

Education 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, VA, US, BArch, Architecture

GPA: 3.73
Specialized coursework on computational design flows

Studied abroad at TU Delft in the Netherlands August 2019- February 2020 with specialized coursework on computational design flows and socio-spatial inequality in urban design

Sep 2016 - May 2021
 

Awards 

Finalist, Honorable Mention

Finalist for proposal for on-campus pavilion design-build using CLT

2019
 

City of Rotterdam Conference Invitation to Present Work, Other

During my study abroad at TU Delft, I took coursework that involved extensive field work, research, and analysis about the socio-spatial inequality present in the neighborhood of Tarwewijk in South Rotterdam. A representative from the City of Rotterdam attended our final presentations and invited my group (3 of us - equal, collaborative participation) to present the work at a conference where they would be discussing the inequality issues in that area. It was a very memorable and meaningful experience to be able to bring everything we learned from our research, and most importantly, from speaking with community members, to light in a setting where it could really make a difference.

2019
 

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