Alice Bowler

Alice Bowler

New York, NY, US

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I am a recent architecture graduate, having completed my Bachelors honours degree in University College Dublin, Ireland in May 2018. 

I hold an Irish work and travel visa which allows me to work in the USA for 12 months. I am looking to gain international experience, having spent the past sixth months working in two architecture firms in Dublin. 

I am very hard working and reliable, and always try my best with every task. A positive attitude is something I try to practice in the work place. I am very passionate about architecture and am keen to continue my career in New York City.

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Donnelly Turpin Architects, Dublin, IE, Part 1 architect

I began working with DTA in August making hand made models for planing application presentations. I then assisted the director of the firm in preparing the drawings for the planning application, with a tight deadline. I worked alongside my director in the early stages of a new residential project, where I worked out areas, spatial design in accordance with the project requirements and expectations of the client and investor. Working here has given me great insight into the architectural process and I have gained further experience using AutoCAD and sketch-up.

Aug 2018 - current

Cummins + Voortman, Dublin, IE, Architectural Intern

I spent six weeks working with C+V ltd. in Dublin right after I had graduated, where I was given the opportunity to gain a foundation in using the software, ArchiCAd. The firm works on projects of varying scales from house extensions to urban planning schemes. I was working closely with the director who taught me a lot about the profession, and using archicad I worked on various projects, making alterations. I made some of my own additions and suggestions to an early stage project, too.

Jul 2018 - Aug 2018


University College Dublin (UCD), Dublin, IE, BArch, Architectural Science

In my three year bachelor degree we worked on several projects from furniture design to large scale social housing schemes. We gained a broad knowledge of the world of Architecture and worked closely with our tutors, whom are practicing architects themselves. In my second year I took a photography module which was taught by an architectural photographer, and learned many presentational skills.

It was an intense three year degree, but I feel I progressed each year as I built on my knowledge of architecture.

Sep 2015 - Sep 2018

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