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andrew meyer

architectural designer

experience

In 2008, Mr. Meyer graduated from Saint Xavier High School in Louisville, KY and graduated from the University of Kentucky, College of Design in 2016 with his Bachelor of Arts, in Architecture.  He is currently enrolled at the College of Design pursuing his Master’s of Architecture.
 
While in school, Mr. Meyer had the opportunity to focus on a vast range of projects that led to an interest in the human experience with architecture and how parts and pieces come together across multiple scales.  Mr. Meyer was able to participate in the Practice Previews program at the College of Design that sent him to intern at Reiser-Umemoto in New York City in the Spring of 2016.  Mr. Meyer is now a working at alt32 Architecture / Design as a design Intern.

notable projects

Breathitt County Schools - Jackson, KY
District Facility Plan

Fleming County Schools - Flemingsburg, KY
Fleming County High School -- Renovation

Lewis County Schools - Vanceburg, Kentucky
New Central Elementary School

studio / research

2013, Prof. Michael Mead
Primitive Dwelling:  the project began with a unique exercise to help to develop a knowledge of how structure works using the human body as the departure point and  tying the same concepts in to a larger scale later in the semester

2014, Prof. Marty Summers
Louisville Children’s Museum: asking questions of what makes a children’s museum different than a typical museum led to design decisions that called for a better understanding of new technology and digital tools.

2016, Prof. Anne Filson
Paristown Pointe Masterplan: a studio wide effort pushed to masterplan a 12 acre plot owned by the Louisville government. Out of the masterplan, multi-family apartments became the focus later in the semester.

andrew meyer

architectural designer

experience

In 2008, Mr. Meyer graduated from Saint Xavier High School in Louisville, KY and graduated from the University of Kentucky, College of Design in 2016 with his Bachelor of Arts, in Architecture.  He is currently enrolled at the College of Design pursuing his Master’s of Architecture.
 
While in school, Mr. Meyer had the opportunity to focus on a vast range of projects that led to an interest in the human experience with architecture and how parts and pieces come together across multiple scales.  Mr. Meyer was able to participate in the Practice Previews program at the College of Design that sent him to intern at Reiser-Umemoto in New York City in the Spring of 2016.  Mr. Meyer is now a working at alt32 Architecture / Design as a design Intern.

notable projects

Breathitt County Schools - Jackson, KY
District Facility Plan

Fleming County Schools - Flemingsburg, KY
Fleming County High School -- Renovation

Lewis County Schools - Vanceburg, Kentucky
New Central Elementary School

studio / research

2013, Prof. Michael Mead
Primitive Dwelling:  the project began with a unique exercise to help to develop a knowledge of how structure works using the human body as the departure point and  tying the same concepts in to a larger scale later in the semester

2014, Prof. Marty Summers
Louisville Children’s Museum: asking questions of what makes a children’s museum different than a typical museum led to design decisions that called for a better understanding of new technology and digital tools.

2016, Prof. Anne Filson
Paristown Pointe Masterplan: a studio wide effort pushed to masterplan a 12 acre plot owned by the Louisville government. Out of the masterplan, multi-family apartments became the focus later in the semester.