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My name is Hailey Landis and I am looking for a summer internship at an architecture firm. At the moment I am completing the first year of my masters degree in Architecture at Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan. My resume and portfolio underlining my academic credentials are available on this website for your reference. Should you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact me any time.

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  • Hailey Landis 4128 Yorba Linda Blvd. (248) 549-3725 (Home) explorationsinspace.blogspot.com Royal Oak, MI 48073 (248) 860-1935 (Cell) landish@umich.edu

    Objective

    Education

    To obtain an architectural summer internship that will allow me to contribute to the development of architectural projects and expand my knowledge about the architectural workplace in order to gain employment experience.

    Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan Master of ArchitectureClass of 2014, GPA 3.94 Honors: Harvey F. Hoeltzel Memorial Scholarship (Fall 2012), Architecture Alumni Scholarship (Fall 2012)

    Royal Oak High School, Royal Oak, MIHigh School DiplomaClass of 2009, GPA 4.00

    Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan Bachelor of Science in ArchitectureClass of 2012, GPA 3.96 Honors: Wallenberg Competition Finalist (2012), University Honors (2009 - 2012), James B. Angell Scholar (2011 & 2012), Taubman Colleges Tagge Scholarship for Academic Achievement (2011)

    Exhibitions Wallenberg Finalist Exhibition & SymposiumApril 2012Work Exhibited: The Gene Pool

    Taubman Colleges Student Show March 2011Work Exhibited: Transportation Isolation

    Taubman Colleges Student Show March 2013Work Exhibited: Forging History

    Material Fringe/Strange Making Exhibition December 2011Work Exhibited: Thick N Thin Paper Pulp Ceiling

    Taubman Colleges Student Show March 2010Work Exhibited: Parasitic Paint Eater

    Work Experience

    Course Designer for a Digital High SchoolSelf-Employed Ann Arbor, MI 48105(248) 860-1935Summer 2012

    Computer TechnicianSuperteks, Inc.Royal Oak, MI 48073(248) 376-2718Summer 2011, Summer 2010, Summer 2008, Summer 2007, Summer 2006, Summer 2005

    Computer TechnicianFerndale School DistrictFerndale, MI 48220(248) 586-8602Summer 2009

    Architectural Intern (Spring Break Externship)Integrated Design SolutionsTroy, MI 48098(248) 823-2100March 4th, 2013 - March 8th, 2013

    Architectural Intern (Spring Break Externship)RossettiSouthfi eld, MI 48076(248) 262-8300February 27th, 2012 - March 2nd, 2012

    Architectural Intern (Spring Break Externship)Selldorf ArchitectsNew York, NY 10003(212) 219-9571February 28th, 2011 - March 4th, 2011

    Skills Software: Microsoft Offi ce, InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Rhinoceros, AutoCAD, Grasshopper, V-Ray, Sketchup, Revit, Quickbooks

    Other: Hand drawing plans, sections, elevations, axonometrics and perspectives using pointed leads, fi ne-tip pens, and straight utensils. Building models from chipboard, museum board, foamcore and basswood. Self-motivated academic research utilizing and analyzing a wide variety of unconventional but up-to-date architectural texts such as blogs, internet forums, university and museum websites, and the websites of contemporary architecture fi rms. Computer installation and maintenance.

  • Hailey Landis 4128 Yorba Linda Blvd. (248) 549-3725 (Home) explorationsinspace.blogspot.com Royal Oak, MI 48073 (248) 860-1935 (Cell) landish@umich.edu

    Community Through CirculationHighland Park Library

    Northwest Exterior View

    Building Section

    First Floor Plan

    By directly addressing Woodward Avenue, the bus stop located at the front of the site, street-side walkways, and the raised rail-line walkway, this library invites all residents of Highland Park to participate in communal learning. Therefore, this library fi nesses circulation in order to enhance its functionality as well as symbolically and dynamically unite the under-served community it supports. By creating a highly visible space for shared educational resources, the Highland Park Library attempts to encourage a culture of cooperation and knowledge.

    Community Through

    Circulation

    Highland Park Library

  • Hailey Landis 4128 Yorba Linda Blvd. (248) 549-3725 (Home) explorationsinspace.blogspot.com Royal Oak, MI 48073 (248) 860-1935 (Cell) landish@umich.edu

    Ground Level PlanScale: 1- 0 = 1/16

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    Second Floor PlanScale: 1- 0 = 1/16

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    Third Floor PlanScale: 1- 0 = 1/16

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    Axonometric= 1/12

    The Gene PoolGenetic Engineering Lab and Sanitarium

    Hydroponic Nutrient Public Bath

    Systems Section PerspectiveExterior View

    Genetic Engineering Lab

    The Gene Pool

    Uniting Roosevelt Island Through

    High-Tech Social Mixing Zones

    Pendulum Corporation functions in the ambiguous area of an objects personal narrative, either making vivid the real past of the object or constructing a plausible prop to reinforce a personal heritage story (that lacks props). It brings important histories into the realm of daily life by inserting these physical memories as functional objects.

    The architecture of the factory itself seeks to obscure and frustrate the spatial experience of a typical factory in order to produce productive ambiguity through the hybridization of industrial and domestic atmospheres. This can inspire novel personal interpretations of the space, thereby injecting new potentials into the factory type. A factory is no longer merely a manufacturer of physical objects, but a believable place to construct the past and catalyze the future.

  • Hailey Landis 4128 Yorba Linda Blvd. (248) 549-3725 (Home) explorationsinspace.blogspot.com Royal Oak, MI 48073 (248) 860-1935 (Cell) landish@umich.edu

    Factory Floor Plans

    Chicago Factory Site Map

    Ground Level Floor Plan Second Level Floor Plan Third Level Floor Plan Fourth Level Floor Plan Fifth Level Floor Plan

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    Pendulum Corporation functions in the ambiguous area of an objects personal narrative, either making vivid the real past of the object or constructing a plausible prop to reinforce a personal heritage story (that lacks props). It brings important histories into the realm of daily life by inserting these physical memories as functional objects.

    The architecture of the factory itself seeks to obscure and frustrate the spatial experience of a typical factory in order to produce productive ambiguity through the hybridization of industrial and domestic atmospheres. This can inspire novel personal interpretations of the space, thereby injecting new potentials into the factory type. A factory is no longer merely a manufacturer of physical objects, but a believable place to construct the past and catalyze the future.

    Forging History

    Exploring Physical Memories in the

    Post-Industrial Environment

    Forging HistoryFactory of Re-Use

    Interior Factory ViewSoutheast Factory Facade