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Alberto Temprano

Intern Architect

MArch, Intern Architect, MRAIC

Biography

 

    General Bio                                                                                                      

Alberto has always had a passion for sharing architecture with the next generation. Both as a student representative at Azrieli School of Architecture’s Student Association (AASA), and by teaching as an assistant in design-focused courses at both undergraduate and graduate level.

As a student representative he helped build awareness of AASA by assisting in committee decisions, planning special events and improve marketing strategies. He played a key role in advocating for graduate student issues in a predominately under-graduate committee.  As a teaching assistant, he encouraged students to get more involved with school & public events, promoting their personal and professional development.

 

As a recent intern architect, Alberto has aspirations to contribute to the field of architecture, and share these aspirations with new generations of students and interns.

 

 

    Travel Experience                                                                                            

International Student

TRAVEL & STUDY ABROAD

 2017:

   ■ Directed Studies Abroad: Design Studio with Ricardo Carvahlo (January - February)

   ■ Lisbon, Portugal

 2015:

   ■ Go Go Nihon (赤門会), Introduction to Japanese (July- August)

   ■ Tokyo, Japan

Travel Abroad

LIFE EXPERIENCE

Belgium (Brugge), Canada (Banff, Calgary, Edmonton, Jasper, Montreal, Quebec City, Toronto, Vancouver), Caribbean (Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, Various other Caribbean Islands), China (Beijing, Chongqing, Nanjing, Shanghai, Xian), France (Cannes, Paris), Germany (Berlin, Dusseldorf, Cologne, Munich, Potsdam), Greece (Athens, Santorini), Italy (Florence, Pisa, Pompeii, Rome), Japan (Fujiyama, Fukuoka, Hiroshima, Kagoshima, Kobe, Kyoto, Nagasaki, Okayama, Osaka, Tokyo, Yakushima), Mexico (Cancun, Cozumel, Mayan Riviera, Puerto Vallarta, Etc.), Netherlands (Amsterdam, Delft, Rotterdam, Utrecht), Portugal (Evora, Lisbon, Sintra, Porto, Etc.), Spain (Barcelona, La Coruña, Madrid, Vigo, Etc.), Turkey (Ankara, Cappadocia [Kapadokya], Ephesus, Gaziantep, Istanbul, Urfa, Adiyaman/ Mt. Nemrut), United Kingdom (London), Eastern USA (Boston, Ft. Lauderdale, New York, Miami, Orlando, Philadelphia, Etc.), Western USA (Denver, Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, Palm Springs, Phoenix, San Francisco, Utah, Etc.), Southern USA (San Antonio, New Orleans), Northern USA (Chicago, Portland, Seattle)

    Extracurricular Educational Experiences                                                          

Graduate Student Representative

AZRIELI ARCHITECTURE STUDENT ASSOCIATION, (AASA)

   ■ 2016-17: Assited in decision making, event planning and marketing strategies.

Student Delegate

The AIA Conference on Architecture

   ■ 2018: New York City, United States

   ■ 2017: Orlando, United States

   ■ 2014: Chicago, United States

Arcosanti

IMMERSIVE WORKSHOP & SEMINAR WEEK

   ■ 2012: Exploring the theory and concepts of Paolo Soleri

 

Education

Masters of Architecture, MArch
Carleton University - Azreli School of Architecture

2018
  • RAIC Honour Roll
  • Honorable Mention: Outstanding TA Award
  • Azrieli Departmental Scholarship
  • Research Bursary
  • Domestic Travel Bursary
2017
  • Azrieli Departmental Scholarship
  • Carleton University Scholarship
  • Published in Building 22, Edition 17. (Student design magazine)
 

Ottawa, ON

2016-2018

BAS in Design, with High Distinction
Carleton University - Azreli School of Architecture

2016
  • Dean’s Honor List
  • Masters Domestic Entrance Scholarship
  • Azrieli Departmental Scholarship
2015
  • The RCA / Ernest Annau National Scholarship
  • Harry S. Southam Scholarship
  • Published in Building 22, Edition 15. (Student design magazine)
  • Dean’s Honor List
2014
  • C J Mackenzie Scholarship
  • Dean’s Honor List
2013
  • President’s Scholarship
2012
  • Edward J. Cuhaci and Associates Award
 

Ottawa, ON

2012-2016

Professional Experience

Temprano & Young Architects Inc.
Intern Architect

2018:

  • 3D modeling, rendering and developing animated walk-through animations for clients
  • Coordinating with trades at site visits and prepare field reports
  • Attend client meetings to review programming
  • Schematic design for private & public sector clients
  • Design development for private & public sector clients
  • Project management for public sector clients
  • Office management and business development research

Ottawa, ON
2018- Present

Carleton University - Azreli School of Architecture
Teaching Assistant

2018:

  • Honorable Mention: Outstanding TA Award
2017:
  • Assisting in the first year ‘Drawing Program’
  • Grading and mentoring students by teaching them technical skills as well as creative- thinking and promoting architectural imagination
2017:
  • Assisting in the Graduate Level, M.Arch 1 ‘Summer Studio’
  • Mentoring students by teaching them technical skills as well as creative- thinking and promoting architectural imagination
2016:
  • Assisting in the first year ‘Drawing Program’
  • Grading and mentoring students by teaching them technical skills as well as creative- thinking and promoting architectural imagination

Ottawa, ON
2016- 2018

Temprano & Young Architects Inc.
Summer Co-Op

2017:

  • 3D modeling, rendering and developing animated walk-through animations for clients
  • Coordinating with trades at site visits and prepare field reports
  • Schematic design for private sector clients
  • Design development for private sector clients
2016:
  • 3D modeling, rendering and developing animated walk-through animations for clients
  • Schematic design for private sector clients
  • Design development for private sector clients
2015:
  • 3D modeling, rendering and developing animated walk-through animations for clients
  • Schematic design for private sector clients
2014:
  • Designed and developed the schematic drawings for 3,500 sqft. private home.
  • Prepared working drawings for University of Ottawa residential conversion and theatre renovations.
2013:
  • Archival Coordinator
  • Catalogued and prepared the collection of Hans L Stutz original drawings for donation to Carleton University’s Library Archives
2012:
  • IT Development
  • Introduced digital alternatives for architectural site visits with a new iPad system and provided presentations to other interested visiting companies
  • Upgraded design of existing website
  • Introduced new 3D software applications

Ottawa, ON
2012- 2017