Kelly Alleman

Kelly Alleman

Denver, CO, US



As a graduate from the University of Tennessee Architecture Program, I have strong foundation of skills that allow me to succeed in the field of architecture. My passion for architecture extends to the public realm exploring the needs and the experience of the inhabitant. I understand the beauty and importance of a well designed detail, but I love to explore the surrounding community of a project in order to help it thrive as a living piece of architecture.


The Very Many, Denver, CO, US, Digital Fabrication Intern

As a Digital Fabrication Intern, I have assisted with the assembly of an installation for Botanic Gardens of Denver. Starting with intricate two dimensional pieces, we used Rhino software to transform them into three dimensional forms. The organic forms were installed into a stairwell allowing inhabitants to experience the piece from different angles throughout their journey.

Dec 2012 - current

Baceline Investments, Denver, CO, US, Sustainability Consultant

As a real estate investment company, Baceline understands the impact it's properties have on the environment. In order to operate as a environmentally responsible company, they hired me as a Sustainability Consultant in charge of their Sustainable Initiative Program which takes each project through a step by step process revealing the best green options for the property.

Apr 2012 - current


The University of Tennessee - Knoxville, Knoxville, TN, US, BArch, Architecture

Architectural Design and Planning
Urban Planning
Graphic Design
Rendering, Computer Graphics
Conceptional Layouts
Sustainable Design

Aug 2005 - Dec 2009

Helsinki University of Technology, TKK, Helsinki, Finland, BArch, Architecture

Documentation of Alvar Aalto work
Model Making
History of Architecture
Hand Rendering

May 2009 - Aug 2009


Model of Inkeroinen is part of the permanent collection Alvar Aalto Museum’s, Other

While studying abroad in Finland and being submerged in the surroundings of the beautiful country, the teachings of Alvar Aalto become experiential. Since many of his designs are still undocumented, our team set out to Inkerinon to document his three homes built for the engineers of a neighboring factory. After collecting all the measurements from the topography to the detail of the door frame, we created a six foot scale model. Accepted by the Alvar Aalto Museum, the model is now on display for all to see in the permanent collection.


UT Volunteer Scholarship, Scholarship

The University of Tennessee Volunteer Scholarship awards students with exemplary GPAs and high test scores a four year scholarship.


Areas of Specialization