Bob Allsop

Bob Allsop

Austin, TX, US

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I believe design, detail and craft are essential to the construction of the built environment.



Michael Hsu Office of Architecture, Austin, TX, US, Project Designer

Jun 2019 - current

Olson Kundig Architects, Seattle, WA, US, Architectural Intern

Assist project teams in production of drawings sets, presentation graphics & animations, and physical models.

Jul 2018 - Jan 2019

LIMB: Rethinking Heavy Timber Joinery Through the Analysis of Tree Crotches, Ann Arbor, MI, US, Researcher / Designer / Fabricator

Research, design, and fabrication for Taubman College Research Through Making Grant project.

May 2017 - May 2018

Cloud/Bank, Ann Arbor, MI, US & Columbus, IN, US, Designer / Fabricator

Design and fabrication of University of Michigan's installation for Exhibit Columbus exhibition in Columbus, IN.

Design, fabrication, and installation of Cloud/Bank exhibition in Taubman College Liberty Research Annex Gallery in Ann Arbor, MI.

May 2017 - Apr 2018

SYNECDOCHE, Ann Arbor, MI, US, Spring Extern

Fabrication - Blom Meadery & Perforated Podium

Mar 2018 - Mar 2018

HGA, Milwaukee, WI, US, Architectural Intern

Design for Healthcare Practice Group - SSM SLU Replacement Hospital

Mar 2016 - Aug 2016

Milwaukee Arts Barge, Milwaukee, WI, Researcher / Designer

Researcher and design for Milwaukee Arts Barge.

Design, fabrication, and installation of Milwaukee Arts Barge content for Mobility Matters exhibition at UWM SARUP's Mobile Design Box gallery in Milwaukee, WI.

Aug 2015 - Aug 2016

Block By Block Flood Recovery Program, Cedar Rapids, IA, US, Construction Team Lead / Draftsmen

Design, documentation, construction, coordination, and training for rehab & renovation of 300+ flood affected homes.

Nov 2009 - Jan 2012


University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, US, MArch, Architecture

Sep 2016 - Apr 2018

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI, US, Bachelors, Architectural Studies

May 2013 - May 2016


Architect Magazine R+D Award Citation, Other

LIMB: Rethinking Heavy Timber Joinery Through the Analysis of Tree Crotches


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