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Andrew Borell

Andrew Borell

New Orleans, LA, US

 

About 

I am a young architectural designer who has a passion for details in architecture.  My career objectives are to become licensed and grow as a designer.  My approach to design problems comes from a cultural geography mindset which includes a thorough examination of place and its people.  

Elsewhere:

Employment 

DOWA-IBI Group, Portland, OR, US, Intern Architect

Construction Administration for a large high school project.

Aug 2014 - current
 

Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, US, Research Assistant

This position had provided me with a wide range of faculty interests. Each semester I have been paired with faculty to assist them in research. The primary focus of my work has been in researching and producing diagrams for a case study chapter in the book "Urban Machines" written by Marcella Del Signore and Gernot Riether.

Aug 2013 - Aug 2014
 

Boca grande Capital, LLC, Ripon, WI, US, Architectural Intern

Winter Internship working on:

Photographic documentation of architectural models
Design of facade additions to historical buildings
Precedent research

Dec 2010 - Jan 2011
 

Ripon Public Schools, Ripon, WI, US, Auditorium Manager

Design and construction of Sets
Design of lighting
Theater budget management
Teaching the art to students in theater club

Aug 2005 - Aug 2007
 

Education 

Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, US, MArch, School of Architecture

Masters candidate studying architecture.

Oct 2013 - current
 

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI, US, Bachelors, School of Architecture and Urban Planning

Bachelors of Sciences in Architectural Studies (4 year track)

Oct 2007 - May 2011
 

University of Wisconsin-Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac, WI, US, Associate of Arts Degree in Communications

Associate of Arts Degree with a theater focus

Oct 2005 - May 2007
 

Awards 

Graduate Research Assistantship, Scholarship

2012
 

UrbanEdge Studio: SOD installation, Honorable Mention

UrbanEdge Studio was a joint studio held at UWM by Mo Zell and Liz Diller.

2009
 

Skills