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AIA Arizona is celebrating the academic achievements of architecture students at each of the three professional schools in Arizona, offering the students a connection to all of the AIA Arizona members, and cash prizes for outstanding submissions. All students in the architecture programs at the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture at Taliesin West, The Design School at Arizona State University in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, and the University of Arizona College of Architecture + Landscape Architecture are encouraged to post a brief resume and graphic example of your best school project(s) on one color 11” x 17” page, in PDF format, which will be provided.

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  • Kevin [email protected]

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    Arizona State UniversityMaster of Architecture (3+)2013-2016 (expected)4.0 GPA

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    Built in 1964 the Charles Hayden Library was designed by Arizona architect Frank Henry. The building was paraised for its economy while responding the the future needs of the university as well as the students. Today the central library on the largest university campus in the nation is in a state of degradation. The original intent of the library to house books and provide students with a place of quite repose on campus has been systematically undermined by a series of architectural missteps. These missteps include changes with the original design as well as a 1986 addition. The driving force behind my design was to focus on the aspects of the building that are simply not working in their current state.

    Concept: Create a 21st century library that opens its doors to students, rather than retreat behind concrete walls. Walls become a metaphorical door, in order to presence the program of the library in the heart of the university.

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    AMANDA SCHWARZ| ARC 302 | P. REIMER | SPRING 2014

    RAIN IN THE DESERT : STRENGTH THROUGH UNITYAmanda [email protected]

    University of Arizona / 2016Spirit of the Place : Unitarian Universalist Church Campus

    University of Arizona 2011 - 2016 B. Architecture / Honors College GPA: 3.91

    AIAS 2011 - Present President 2014 - 2015 Vice President 2013 - 2014 Secretary 2012 - 2013 Board Member 2011 - 2012

    Tau Sigma Delta 2013 - Present

    Rick Joy Architects 2014 / Summer

    Gymnastics Instructor 2011 - 2014

    Project Location : Oro Valley, AZProject Type : Church CampusLocation Climate : Hot, AridSquarefootage : 16,000 sq ft

    The massive walls, being of the earth, split to preserve and honor the arroyos. The roof planes, being of the sky, act as the mediator. The language shifts to a series of layered tectonics that extend and blend into the landscape while structurally demonstrating strength through unity. Each individual program channels water throug

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