Sean Hutchison

Sean Hutchison

Chicago, IL, US



Sean Hutchison is a recent graduate of the School of Architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology, who is focusing his most recent studies on structural design and integration of new technologies for tall buildings. His work in energy conscious high-rise design received the Jerrold Loebl Traveling Fellowship, awarding him the chance to experience the architecture of several cities in Eastern Asia over the summer of 2017. He hopes to stay in Chicago for the near future, and is currently in the application process. If you would like to contact Mr. Hutchison, feel free to visit or reach out to




Cooper Carry, Alexandria, VA, US, Intern Architect

Architectural Intern for hospitality department specializing in mid and high-rise hotels among the D.C. area. Utilized Revit, Photoshop, and Excel in a team environment to forward project progress. Created material and presentation boards, filed submittals and samples, and communicated with clients+contractors.

May 2014 - Aug 2014


Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), Main Campus, BArch, Architecture

- Formulated a strong creative problem-solving process
- Developed extensive technical background in hand drafting, physical modeling,
AutoCAD, Revit, Rhino, Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Microsoft Office
- Basic knowledge of QGIS, ArcGIS, SketchUp, and Flow Design
Cloud Studio
- Researched existing high-rise structural systems, materiality, and energy
- Developed innovative high-rise structural, material, and energy solutions
(Jerrold Loebl Award)
Architectural Programming
- Gathered a deep understanding of building space, function, and cost through
in-depth analysis of user conditional needs, wants, and predispositions
- Identified project inefficiencies and made appropriate adaptations
Structural Engineering
- Designed wood, masonry, steel, and concrete structures to handle loads
Mechanical-Electrical Systems
- Designed various HVAC systems in projects ranging from residential homes to
specialty commercial constructions to tall buildings
- Calculated building heat loss/gain, lighting needs, and relevant energy

Sep 2010 - May 2017


Jerrold Loebl Traveling Fellowship, 1st Place

Sole recipient
To be used for architectural tour and travel after graduation


Areas of Specialization