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Andrew Bemmes

Designer

From a young age Andrew has had an interest in 3D modeling, which eventually led him to entering into Architecture at the College of Design, Art, Architecture, and Planning at the University of Cincinnati. He was drawn to the universities’ student run technology lab, where he quickly became engrossed in the organization and its mission to help students learn to use the machines and software in the lab. The lab’s various 3D printers and their metal shop also gave Andrew the opportunity to very quickly create and fabricate a model. With this rather quick fabrication, Andrew was able to experiment with various modeling and production techniques, from plaster printing to machining and welding steel. This experimentation carried over to his internships where he worked with a variety of offices focused on different market sectors; one residential, one commercial, and one industrial architecture office. This breadth of quick but vast experience lead Andrew to be able to adjust and integrate into a project or new workflow very quickly. Andrew is constantly using a new software to experiment with at home, stress testing it for future projects. When he is not busy with architecture related work Andrew is baking, playing volleyball, or hiking.

Education

University of Cincinnati

Andrew Bemmes

Designer

From a young age Andrew has had an interest in 3D modeling, which eventually led him to entering into Architecture at the College of Design, Art, Architecture, and Planning at the University of Cincinnati. He was drawn to the universities’ student run technology lab, where he quickly became engrossed in the organization and its mission to help students learn to use the machines and software in the lab. The lab’s various 3D printers and their metal shop also gave Andrew the opportunity to very quickly create and fabricate a model. With this rather quick fabrication, Andrew was able to experiment with various modeling and production techniques, from plaster printing to machining and welding steel. This experimentation carried over to his internships where he worked with a variety of offices focused on different market sectors; one residential, one commercial, and one industrial architecture office. This breadth of quick but vast experience lead Andrew to be able to adjust and integrate into a project or new workflow very quickly.

Andrew is constantly using a new software to experiment with at home, stress testing it for future projects. When he is not busy with architecture related work Andrew is baking, playing volleyball, or hiking.