Ian M. Cook

Ian M. Cook

Batavia, NY, US



I am a recent graduate of the Washington University Masters of Architecture program.  It would be great to meet with you to discuss potential job matches between your firm and my previous educational and work background.



Hellmuth + Bicknese Architects, St. Louis, MO, Architectural Designer / Sustainability Consultant

Jul 2014 - current

ArcVision, Saint Louis, MO, US, Architectural Designer

- Design space layouts for renovations and the construction of new national retail stores throughout the United States.
- Work along with mechanical, electrical, and surveying departments all located in house.
- Create entire architectural construction drawing sets including plan, elevation, section, detail, and site sheets.

Apr 2013 - current

Studio|Durham Architects, Saint Louis, MO, US, Intern Architect

- Created construction documents and simple models for various residential and commercial projects.
- Continued to work 10 hours per week, while enrolled full-time at Washington University.

May 2011 - Aug 2012


Washington University in St. Louis, Saint Louis, MO, US, MArch, Masters of Architecture

- Completed the 3.5 year M.Arch III degree path that includes an initial year based on developing a strong foundation for the master's program.
- Developed strong design skills for varying program circumstances.
- Became skilled in using various computer software programs including AutoCad, Revit Architecture, Rhino, 3dsMax, Adobe Suite, and GIS.
- Enrolled in, and completed, an Urban Design studio during one of the seven semesters.
- Studied an introduction to construction management course.

Aug 2009 - Dec 2012

Auburn University, Newbern, AL, US, Rural Studio

Designed & Built the $20K House VIII (Dave's House), as an Outreach Student, at Auburn Universities Rural Studio.

Aug 2008 - Jul 2009

Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva, NY, US, Bachelors, Dual Degree Mathematics / Architectural Studies

- Completed dual degree in Mathematics and Architectural Studies.
- The Architectural Studies program is interdisciplinary and is a unique education that draws from varying fields including art, physics, anthropology, sociology, history, art history, and environmental studies.
- The program also included three entry level architectural studios and additional art studio courses.

Aug 2003 - May 2007

Denmark International Study Program, Copenhagen, DK, Architecture

- Studied Scandinavian design principles in Copenhagen, Denmark for one semester.
- Courses included a foundations studio, history of Danish architecture, urban sketch-book course, and touring a net zero-energy house.
- Traveled throughout Europe on instructor led and independent architectural field trips.

Aug 2005 - Dec 2005


William L. Howe ’50 Memorial Scholarship, Scholarship


Herbert J. Welker Scholar, Scholarship


Hale Scholar, Award


Hobart Dean’s Scholar, Award


Faculty Scholar, Award


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