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  • Curriculum Vitae Randy Seraphin University of Technology Jamaica: 2008-present 2008- :Education surffin@hotmail.com The Barbados Community College: 2000 -2002 2000- The Lodge School: 1993-2000 1993- 127 Fenimore Street Brooklyn Bachelor of Arts...................................... (RESULTS PENDING) Arts :Qualifications New York, 11225 Major: Architectural Studies 1-917- 497-5133 917- 497- Science…..…………………… PASS Associate Degree in Applied Science 1-718-284-6765 718-284- Major: Architectural Studies The University of London Examinations (Advanced Level) Design & Technology ………………………………….. GRADE (D) Cambridge International Examinations (GCE Advanced Level) Geometrical & Mechanical Drawing …………………… GRADE (B) General Paper …………………………………………… GRADE (C) Caribbean Examinations Council (General Proficiency) Technical Drawing (1998) ……………………………… GRADE (1) Mathematics (1997) …………………………………….. GRADE (2) English ‘A’ (1999) ……………………………………… GRADE (2) Metals (1998) …………………………………………… GRADE (2) Woods (1998) …………………………………………… GRADE (2) Geography (1998) ……………………………………….. GRADE (3) Architectural Technician at Design Collaborative: August 2009 :Employment History Draughtsman at TMR Sales & Service Ltd: April 2005-2008 2005- -Responsible for editing & preparing drawings . Draughtsman at Everson R. Elcock & Co Ltd: March 2003-2005 2003- Surveyor for Canadian company (Oraco): Summer 2001 Salesman at Cave Shepherd: 1999 Summer & Xmas vacation Proficient in the use of AutoCAD 2010 Photoshop Google Sketch-Up and 2010, Photoshop, Sketch- :Skills 3DS MAX* MAX References/Testimonials available upon request
  • St. Vincent National Museum
  • St. Vincent National Museum My 3rd year studio class visited St. Vincent on a study tour in January 2010. The tour involved an analysis of its main city, Kingstown, after which a national museum was to be designed individually. My museum design was influenced by Kingstown's context - it is known as the city of arches. The building recreates the experience of walking through the streets of Kingstown. The permanent gallery display also relates to the concept in that its layout recreates a block of buildings surrounded by 4 streets. (see next page) Corner View The locally quarried stone is utilized throughout the museum, as seen on the façade, to emphasize its contextual design. Ground Floor Plan Location Plan
  • St. Vincent National Museum 1st Floor Plan 2nd Floor Plan View of Main Exhibit
  • St. Vincent National Museum S T V I N C E N T N A T I O N A L M U S E U M Internal View Front Elevation A- Section A - A
  • St. Vincent National Museum Final Model
  • 1907 Earthquake Memorial
  • 1907 Earthquake Memorial The brief asked that a memorial be designed based on a memorable event that took place in Jamaica. The event chosen was the1907 earthquake which resulted in a fire . The proposed location for the memorial is the centre of downtown Kingston at St. Williams Grant park. The memorial represents firstly the earthquake by an underground ‘crack’ in the earth. From this ‘crack’ comes 4 hollow aluminum members which represent the 4 days of the fire. Finally the abstract form - burnt and charred, represents persons who were trapped after the dreadful earthquake and subsequently died in the fire. These 5 members intercept at 8 points in plan view - representing the 800 lives lost. Location plan Floor Plan North- North-West view
  • 1907 Earthquake Memorial Section A - A A- East Elevation Entry Aerial View
  • 1907 Earthquake Memorial Final Model
  • Sustainable Housing Community
  • Sustainable Housing Community The brief for this project demanded a sustainable community which incorporated commercial and residential users. The residential consisted of 3 categories – *mature, expanding and transient users. Besides this, provisions were to be made for a property manager, laundry & mechanical room. This main layout utilized the front of the site for the commercial and transient users while the back of the site was designated to the expanding and mature families. *Mature – middle age couple with 2 teenagers. Expanding – Young couple with one child, plans to have more children in the future. Site plan Transient – university graduates recently employed and living alone
  • Sustainable Housing Community Section A - A A- South- South-East Elevation
  • Sustainable Housing Community Mature Floor Plan Typical Mature Unit living room Future Expansion Expanding Floor Plan The Mature and Expanding unit floor plans were designed on a 4.35m square grid. This allows typical floor plans that are mirrored or rotated to form the courtyards in the this section of the site that allows for natural light and ventilation – sustainable design. Balconies & Patios on the building façade.
  • Sustainable Housing Community Transient Floor Plan Typical Commercial Floor Plan View from Transient unit onto main courtyard External View of Transient unit shading devices
  • Sustainable Housing Community Final Model