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jason a n smith
ubc / m arch
Involved in architecture for the past several years, I
have gained experience working both in Detroit, MI
and Vancouver, BC. Throughout THESE EXPERIENCES I
have explored the influence of technology on THE
ARCHITECTURAL process across projects of various
scales. Maintaining a strong connection with
design, I am interested in pursuing opportunitIES that
allow me to explore further the relationships
between DETAILING, FABRICATION AND CONSTRUCTION.
University of British Columbia / Vancouver, BC & tokyo, JP
M arch / 2011-2014
Lawrence technological university / Detroit, MI
BS arch / 2003-2007
Ball state university / Muncie, In
studio . generic / Detroit, mi & Vancouver, BC
FRELANCE 3d visualization & designer / Feb 2011 - present
render 3d still and animatION graphics for multiple clients. consult
on architectural solutions. design / build furniture.
Tips lab ubc sala / Vancouver, BC
Designer & Research assistant / Jan 2013 - Oct 2013
collaborative effort for the design and implimentation of
alternative transportation structures within british columbia.
eview 360 @ ford motor company / Detroit, mi
Designer / Jan 2012 - Aug 2012
rebranding and design OF ALL north american ford and lincoln
dealership showroom interiorS and exteriorS.
shw group / Detroit, mi
Designer / INTERN ARCHITECT / Jan 2009 - Dec 2011
TEAM MEMBER INVOLVED ON MULTIPLE HIGHER-EDUCATION PROJECTS FROM
CONCEPT TO CONSTRUCTION. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE MASTER PLANNING,
RENDERING, CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS, BIM (REVIT) INTEGRATION, DETAILING.
AS WELL AS INTERACTING WITH CLIENTS, CONTRACTORS, AND ENGINEERS.
Rossetti associates / Detroit, mi
Designer / INTERN ARCHITECT / April 2007 - Nov 2008
3ds max / max design
Adobe after effects
DESIGN CONCEPT AND VISUALIZATION ON VARIOUS RETAIL AND ARENA
DESIGN PROJECTS INCLUDING MASTER PLANNING. RENDERING AND GRAPHICS.
Tod Stevens aia,
Principal, shw group
desai/ nasr consulting engineers / Detroit, mi
cad technician / April 2006- April 2007
Thesis chair, ubc
coordinate with structural engineers and architects to produce
shop and construction drawings.
Awards / acknowledgments
Arctic adaptations nu health design competition / 2013
acsa the sustainable home competition / 2012
aias / kawneer student design competition / 2006
LTU deans list / 2004-2006
lTU honors exhibition / 2005
Boy scouts of America / 1990-2003
Order of arrow / 1999
Eagle scout award / 2002
Social / exchange network
Redefining the typical autonomous
high-rise lifestyle, units are divided into
essential “sleep” and “live” functional
spaces. Redundant program elements are
then converted to alternating community
functions creating space for social
interactions not typical of Granville
slopes or of high-rise living in Vancouver.
The flexibility to join multiple “sleep” spaces
that share interconnected “live” areas
creates a variety of intermixed social
dynamics continuous throughout the
Additional program spaces absent from the
Granville slopes community are integrated
on lower levels to invite interaction from
the surrounding community. These spaces
allow the building to facilitate a more
communal neighborhood thriving on
social interactions between residents and
Social exchange network
#public #urban #residential
site analysis (opposite: hornby st. perspective)
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