LAUREN E. BOCHENKO            2258 Ninth Street, Encinitas, CA 92024        760.505.1011 • lauren.bochenko@gmail.comOBJECT...
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  1. 1. LAUREN E. BOCHENKO 2258 Ninth Street, Encinitas, CA 92024 760.505.1011 • lauren.bochenko@gmail.comOBJECTIVE• Utilize computer modeling skills to customize and fabricate built elements in a creative design environment.• Apply complex repetitive geometry through parametric models to elements of varying scales in architecture, sculpture, or furniture.• Contribute to the varying phases of the design process: client input and interaction, initial concept development, problem solving, computer models, and fabrication.• Use proficient computer skills in Rhino and Revit as design tools and continue to develop skills in Grasshopper and other new programs.EDUCATIONARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY TEMPE, AZBachelor of Science in Design – Architecture May 2011• Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts: Architectural Studies GPA: 3.28• Dean’s List Recognition – Fall 2007, Design Excellence Award – Fall 2009• Relevant Coursework: Architecture Design Studio, Landscape Arch. Design Studio, Computer Modeling, Digital Fabrication, Construction, Structures, Sustainability, Systems, Urban Planning, Architecture HistoryEXPERIENCEARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY TEMPE, AZArchitecture Design Studio Projects August 2007 – May 2011• Digitally fabricated and assisted team in full scale construction of Camera Obscura structures featured at Scottsdale Art Festival. Developed 3D model of trapezoidal geometry. Completed process of material selection, feasibility, and construction.• Developed urban design and community focused library and park for Sunnyslope. Created angular forms inspired by Daniel Libeskind to create interactive sloped roof planes for informal user defined functions.• Performed material and form study of 16 inch cubes from conceptual stage to built development. The cubes were used as inspiration for a proposed public art center in downtown Phoenix. Regulated transitional geometry was used to create the steel structure of the Contemporary Art Center.• Designed low income efficiency housing for Parkview Place. Devised prefabricated modules for mix-and- match options serving a variety of family needs. Constructed scaled 2x4 framing model to illustrate module and flat-pack assembly. Received Design Excellence Award Fall 2009.• Created a reflective environment shaped by natural elements to form the Valley Memorial Historical Park. Sacred geometry was used to generate a reflection space for meditative thought. Formed the historical center roof line to mimic the movement of wind through an Arizona canyon.• Conceived an Agricultural Center to reunite Native American canals and local farming history. Incorporated materials and site experience to encourage sustainable building and living. Produced detailed renderings of interior and exterior spaces of the Agricultural Learning Center to express building form and design.CRISI MEDICAL SYSTEMS, INC. SAN DIEGO, CAContract Drafting Jan. – Feb. 2009, June – August 2009• Modeled and rendered medical device concepts for a start-up medical device company.• Generated detail drawings and concepts and revised 3D models based on client feedback.MICHAELS ARTS AND CRAFTS STORE ENCINITAS, CACustom Framing Design Consultant/Framing Assembly/ Cashier May – August 2008• Certified Custom Framer – advised customers on framing. Processed orders and completed construction.COMPUTER SKILLS• 3D Design and Rendering: Revit Architecture (4 yrs), Rhino (1yr), AutoCAD (5 yrs)• Page Layout and Image Development: Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator• Basics: Word, PowerPointPRACTICAL DESIGN SKILLS• Digital fabrication: 3D modeling, cut profiles, kit of parts, physical assembly• Hands on construction experience: pouring concrete, wooden fastening, power tools.• Artistic sketching, hand drafting, rendering, printing and portfolio presentation, modeling techniques and materials.LEADERSHIP & EXTRACIRCULARSArizona State Athena Design Community: Paraprofessional August 2007 – May 2010• Served as paraprofessional for 2 years: Planned events, served as student resource, advised students on design studies, and helped students adjust to college life.Competitive Club Soccer 1997 – 2007• Played on various local teams for 10 years and played on high school team for 3 years.