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    • a^sf a = k^f i i=735 North Eutaw Street Baltimore, Maryland 21223 410-225-0038 dnaill@manifolddesign.comEducationColumbia University Graduate School Master in Advanced Architectural Design 2000Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Bachelor of Architecture 1992Professional StatusRegistered Architect State of Maryland 2008Adjunct Professor Maryland Institute College of Art - Environmental Design 2008 presentProfessional ExperiencePrincipal / Architect Manifold Design Baltimore, Maryland 2003 presentProject Architect Ziger / Snead LLP Baltimore, Maryland 2001 2003Project Architect McIntosh Poris Inc. Detroit, Michigan 2000 2001Sculptor and Project Architect Jo Ann Schneider AIA Baltimore, Maryland 1997 1999Project Manager Anton Janezich AIA Washington, DC 1996 1997Architectural Designer Property Construction Company Baltimore, Maryland 1993 1996Historic American Building Survey Isle Royal National Park Michigan 1992Historic American Building Survey Monocacy National Park Maryland 1991Architectural Intern Professor Joseph Mashburn AIA Blacksburg, Virginia 1990Academic Experience‘Scaffolding’ Junior Design Studio in conjunction with the NYC urbanSHED competition Fall 2009Furniture Design Studio Summer 2009‘Simple Machines’ Junior Design Studio in conjunction with Metropolis competition Fall 2008‘Density in Architecture’ Junior Design Studio - NYC Central Park and Highline study Spring 2008‘Chthonic Cartographers’ Critic in Residence at Harford Community College 2006Guest Lecturer at Villa Julie College - Visual Communication Design 2005 Lecture ‘Baltimore Screen Painting’ Restoration and Renovation Conference 2003Guest Critic at Rhode Island School of Design 2001Awards Exhibits and Publications‘Faculty Exhibit’ Maryland Institute College of Art 2009‘Issue #1 : ON FARMING’ for [ bracket ] journal in collaboration with Archinect and InfraNet Lab 2009‘Counter Intelligence’ Baltimore STYLE magazine 2007Maryland AIA Design Honor Award for Brown Center at Maryland Institute College of Art 2004  Baltimore AIA Grand Design Award for Brown Center at Maryland Institute College of Art 2004Baltimore AIA Associate Design Award for ‘Reforestation at Greenwood Farm’ 2004 ‘Art on the Digital Edge’ Academy Art Museum curated by Susan Hamilton 2003Baltimore AIA Un-built Design Award for Brown Center at Maryland Institute College of Art 2002Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Memorial Prize Excellence in Studio Design Columbia University 2000‘ABSTRACT’ Columbia University Architectural Journal 2000Virginia Concrete Masonry Competition First and Third Place 1992Design America Accessible Competition National Institute for Architectural Education Special Prize 1991Charles Worley Scholarship Award Virginia Polytechnic Institute Excellence in Design 1991Harold Hill Memorial Scholarship Virginia Polytechnic Institute Excellence in Design 1989Maryland Distinguished Scholar in Visual Arts 1987Page 1 of 3  
    • a^sf a = k^f i i=735 North Eutaw Street Baltimore, Maryland 21223 410-225-0038 dnaill@manifolddesign.comProfessional Projects13 West Mount Vernon Place Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2010 Historic renovation of a townhouse on Mount Vernon PlaceAl Ghurair City Sculptures Dubai UAE w/ Jo Schneider AIA 2009 Conceptual design for courtyard sculptures based on water droplets208 E Preston Street Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2009 Historic renovation of commercial storefront407-409 West Baltimore Street Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2009 Historic renovation with cast iron façade restoration815 N Charles Street Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2009 Historic renovation of commercial storefront525 North Charles Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2008 Art Deco glass façade restoration with commercial tenant renovationAlbuquerque Residence Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2007 House renovation with the design of a new garden room and landscaping249 Chase Street Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2007 Rehabilitation of an existing commercial building into mixed used tenant spaceBell Residence – 1610 Calvert Street Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2006 Historic townhouse renovation of Baltimore City SCOPE propertyKirpatrick Residence – 36 Carrollton Street Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2006 Historic townhouse renovation of Baltimore City SCOPE propertyGrant Residence -2111 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2006 Historic townhouse renovation and new music room additionWoodruff Building - 2831 Guilford Avenue Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2006 Renovation of a multi family dwelling for Johns Hopkins University graduate studentsErnish / Mooney Residence – 1518 Hollins Street Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2006 Historic townhouse renovation and addition of a glass garden roomSoWeBrew Coffee House Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2006 Design of a new urban community art gallery and coffee shop in historic West Baltimore tavernTaylor / Genovese Residence – 397 Valleystream Road Annapolis, MD Manifold Design 2005 Waterfront addition involving variance applicationLeshinsky Residence – 1418 Hollins Street Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2005 Historic townhouse renovationStuart Residence – 1428 Lombard Street Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2005 Historic townhouse renovationEast Harbor Community Development Corporation Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2005 Renovation of an existing bank into a Latino business incubatorLambdin Residence Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2005 Renovation of a historic townhouse with custom kitchen and bathroomAskin Residence Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2005 Renovation of a 1980 urban townhouse with custom kitchen and bathroomThe Store 2 Ltd. Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2004 Design and fabrication of a retail store with custom store fixtures and accessoriesSouthwest Baltimore Charter School Baltimore , MD Manifold Design 2004 Feasibility studies for proposed Charter School facilities within existing historic structuresJohn Appleton Wilson House Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2004 Design of a contemporary addition to a Queen Anne townhouse in Mount VernonImparato / Nix Residence 29 S. Stricker Street Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2003 Design of a rooftop addition for a townhouse in Union Square National Historic DistrictPage 2 of 3  
    • a^sf a = k^f i i=735 North Eutaw Street Baltimore, Maryland 21223 410-225-0038 dnaill@manifolddesign.comRahl Residence 27 S. Stricker Street Baltimore, MD Manifold Design 2003 Design of a two-story porch for a townhouse in Union Square National Historic DistrictKhalje Yurt Phoenix, MD Manifold Design 2003 Design and construction of a 20’ diameter Afghani nomadic structureReforestation at Greenwood Farm Westminster, MD Manifold Design 2003 Design and installation of 20,000 trees in the Chesapeake Bay WatershedBetty Cooke Residence Hunt Valley, MD Manifold Design 2003 Design and construction of living / work studio in an existing stone barnHistorical Society of Carroll County Westminster, MD Ziger Snead LLP 2003 Master plan to incorporate four historic buildings into one campusJohns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Baltimore, MD Ziger Snead LLP 2003 Design of Main Entrance Lobby and Student Lounge with video wall and acoustic treatment Design of a multi-story skylit Reading Room and Teaching / Research Lab 5 & 6 fitoutBrown Center – Maryland Institute College of Art Baltimore, MD Ziger Snead LLP 2001 Design and developed computer models for fabrication w/ Charles Brickbauer of a fritted glass curtain wall and supporting steel structurePost Bar Detroit MI McIntosh / Poris 2000 Renovation of the Historic Madison TheaterMichigan State Fairgrounds Ferndale, MI McIntosh / Poris 2000 Master plan for the addition of a new equestrian centerSteinhardt Residence Bloomfield Hills, MI McIntosh / Poris 2000 Design of a modern steel frame house in a historic neighborhoodAtlanta Hawks / Atlantic Thrashers David Ashton 1999 Designed sculptures and ‘interactive signage’ for Philips Atlanta ArenaPlaza Las Americas San Juan, Puerto Rico Jo Schneider AIA 1999 Designed sculpture of native animals and symbols Puerto Rican cultureBaltimore Raven’s Sculpture Baltimore, MD Jo Schneider AIA 1998 Created working models and construction drawings for Maryland Stadium AuthoritySilo Roof Hunt Valley, MD Betty Cooke 1998 Designed and constructed a multi-faceted silo roof of wood and glassJanezich / Lee Residence Washington, DC Anton Janezich 1996 Renovation of an existing house with the addition of a new second floor and cupolaGreenwood Sawmill Westminster MD Donald Naill 1995 Constructed a sawmillCiviletti Residence Baltimore MD Property Construction Co 1994 Constructed a second story addition over an existing single storyHerget Condominium Baltimore MD Property Construction Co 1993 Renovation of a 9th floor condominiumPassage Island and Rock Harbor Lighthouses Isle Royal National Park Michigan NPS - HABS 1992 Field documention and archive drawings of remote island lighthousesGambrill House Monocacy National Park Maryland NPS - HABS 1992 Field documention and archive drawings of historic Civil War structuresDunay Residence Blacksburg VA professor Robert Dunay 1991 Construction of an addition to a house designed by architecture professorKipler Residence Blacksburg VA professor Dennis Kilper 1991 Fabrication of redwood structure for house designed by architecture professorMashburn Residence Blacksburg, VA professor Joseph Mashburn 1990 Designed and constructed a passive solar house in the Virginia landscapeReferences available upon requestPage 3 of 3  
    • SCAFFOLDING Maryland Institute College of Art - Environmental Design Junior Design Studio Fall 2009 The studio will explore the physical and experiential impact of New York City’s environmental and social forces on its architecture (temporary and built). The sidewalk, the blurring of public and private space, and dialog of static façade and street energy, will be the initial area of focus. The studio will participate in the URBANshed competition, a redesign of the temporary construction walkways that are in use throughout New York City and other metropolitan areas. The students will research the conceptual principals and physical properties of the urban fabric. They will make multi-disciplinary drawings and spatial constructions to explain and document non-static environments. The students will develop a vocabulary of components and structures of assemblage in relationship to society and its current trends toward ‘sustainable living’ and adaptable architecture. The resultant of converging conceptual and physical densities will establish principles of development applicable to multiple scales and conditions. Over the course of the semester, each student’s competition design strategy for a temporary structure will be developed into a more permanent, yet adaptable system responsive to a larger complex environment. Kallie Sternburgh Sui Park Sui Park Antonie HeathDAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 1 of 20
    • Furniture Design Maryland Institute College of Art - Environmental Design Elective Summer 2009 FURNITURE: the physical, political, social and philosophical relationships of objects to bodies through material mediation. The studio will investigate physical forces and material properties to develop a methodology of design. The student’s investigation will utilize performative materials, joinery, pattern-making, versioning and prototyping techniques to produce full scale objects. Cory Frost Stephanie Sevich Spencer Agoston Laura RubinDAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 2 of 20
    • Simple Machines Maryland Institute College of Art - Environmental Design Junior Design Studio Fall 2008 The studio will explore the simple machines, their self-organization into assemblages and the subsequent effect of complex systems on the built environment. The students will develop an understanding of the conceptual principals and physical properties through drawings and models. They will review multi-disciplinary drawings and diagrams in order to make drawing that explain function and processes in non static environments. The students will develop a vocabulary and engage in discussions of the machine in relationship to society and current trends toward ‘sustainable living’ and adaptable architecture. The studio will research the existing systems of collection and distribution built into the urban fabric and its supporting landscape. Each student will be responsible for evaluating their findings, describe their conclusions with drawing and modeling. With a developed understanding of the existing built environment, each student will propose a new component, or multiple components acting in unison. The newly proposed components will be designed to modify a specific environment in a positive manner as defined by the student. Irina Dukhnevich Simona UzaiteLilly WorledgeDAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 3 of 20
    • Density in Architecture Maryland Institute College of Art - Environmental Design Junior Design Studio Spring 2008 The studio will explore New York City through the lens of ‘Delirous New York’ by Rem Koolhaus. Students will begin with exercises to document the systems and forces acting upon an urban environment. They will analyze the complexity of the system interactions, connections and overlaps. Simultaneously, an investigation of layered physical materials at full scale will occur. Researching Central Park as constructed strata or ‘a synthetic arcadian carpet’, the studio will develop methods of notation and document the phenomena of density. The studio will evaluate specific regions of density being charged by surrounding urban forces and pressures. Each student will be asked to construct an operative strategy and material study that will become responsive to an altered environment. The resultant of converging conceptual and physical densities will establish principles of development applicable to multiple scales and conditions. The studio will create a juxtaposition of the Central Park study with the current High Line and its surrounding area.Seung Hwang Xavier PolisticoAngela Kwak Alyssa TepperDAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 4 of 20
    • East Harbor Community Development Corporation Manifold Design Baltimore, Maryland 2005-2006 Renovation of an existing bank into flex-use Latino business incubator for EHCDC and Microfinance International Design of new steel and glass mezzanine, furniture and signage.DAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 5 of 20
    • Albuquerque Residence Manifold Design Baltimore, MD 2008 Whole house renovation with the design of a new garden room, terraces and landscapingDAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 6 of 20
    • ‘Tire Tread’ Manifold Design Station North Bike Rack Competition Entry 2008 Tread’, Design of bike rack utilizing recycled tire treads, single installation or in seriesDAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 7 of 20
    • Askin Residence Manifold Design Baltimore, Maryland 2005Renovation of a 1980 urban townhouse in the Federal Hill neighborhood of BaltimoreDAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 8 of 20
    • Khalje Yurt Manifold Design Baltimore, Maryland 2003 Design and construction of a 20’ diameter temporary wood structure based on the nomadic yurt of AfghanistanDAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 9 of 20
    • Betty Cooke Residence Hunt Valley, Maryland 2003 - present Design and construction of new living and work studio spaces for an existing stone barn and wood siloDAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 10 of 20
    • Reforestation at Greenwood Farm Manifold Design Westminster, Maryland 2003 Design and installation of a 40 acre tree grid in cooperation with the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Program (CREP)DAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 11 of 20
    • Brown Center at Maryland Institute College of Art Ziger / Snead LLP Baltimore, Maryland 2001-2003 Assisted Charles Brickbauer in the design of a new academic building at MICA with computer models for fritted glass curtain wall and supporting steel structureDAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 12 of 20
    • ‘Autogenic Structures’ Professor Evan Douglis Columbia University Spring 2000DAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 13 of 20
    • ‘Institute for the Study of Wind and Light’ Professor Victoria Meyers Columbia University Spring 2000 Design of an Institute adjacent to Donald Judd’s Chinati Foundation in Marfa Texas.DAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 14 of 20
    • ‘Lounge Chair’ Jesse Reiser Columbia University Spring 2000 Redesign of the typological lounge chair by studying the interaction of the human body with composite material assemblies.DAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 15 of 20
    • 4 x 6 Journal Sketches 1992-1999DAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 16 of 20
    • Plaza Las Americas Jo Ann Schneider, AIA San Juan, Puerto Rico 1999 Designed and built working models of native animals and symbols in Puerto Rican cultureDAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 17 of 20
    • NFL Baltimore Ravens Sculpture Jo Ann Schneider, AIA Baltimore, Maryland 1998 Created working models and construction drawings for Baltimore Ravens NFL stadiumDAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 18 of 20
    • Greenwood Sawmill Westminster Maryland 1995 Construction and operation of a sawmillDAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 19 of 20
    • Mashburn Residence Professor Joseph Mashburn AIA Blacksburg, Virginia 1990-1991 Designed and constructed a passive solar house in the Virginia landscape repose sleep bath think dwell eat cook utility work automobileDAVID NAILL Professional and Academic Work Page 20 of 20