Après le déluge (After the Flood)
Chambord Inachevé Jury Prize. With Will Letchinger, 2019.
How Much Land Does a Man Need?
Masterplan for Houston's Midtown neighborhood. Rice Architecture Core Studio, 2018.
Jonathan Wilkinson, born Auckland, New Zealand, 1994
M Arch, Rice University, 2020
BS Arch, University of Cincinnati, 2015
References available upon request.
Tolila+Gilliland Atelier d'Architecture
2019, Intern. Paris, France.
Designer, 2017–18. Dallas, TX.
Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture
Designer, 2015–16. Chicago, IL.
Intern, 2013. Auckland, New Zealand.
DC/S David Costanza Studio
Research Assistant, 2017—19. Houston, TX
Arch Out Loud
Art Director, 2017—18.
Arch League, ReImagine Town Hall.
Chambord 1519–2019, Utopia at Work. Chambord, France.
Circuit exhibited in Rethinking Burnet Woods. Niehoff Urban Studio, Cincinnati, OH.
Video clips screened at Final Friday in Over the Rhine. Cincinnati, OH.
The Wall exhibited at 014 Storefront Studio. Cincinnati, OH.
Chambord Inachevé Jury Prize; Margaret Everson-Fossi Fellowship; AIA/ASCA COTE Top Ten Award; AIA Fort Worth Honor Award; SARA NY Design Award for Après le Déluge (completed with Will Letchinger)
Morris R. Pittman Traveling Fellowship
First Place: PINarchitecture: The Nearsighted Wall
Honorable Mention: Architectural Congress of Ohio Pavilion
ACE Mentor, Dallas, TX. November 2016—May 2017.
AIA Tour of Homes Docent, Dallas, TX. 2016
DAAP Ambassador, Cincinnati, OH. 2014—15.
Saint Martin's Neighbor
A proposal for a branch library in Austin, TX, 2017.
A future for the abandoned NAICM construction site for Mexico City, option studio with Frida Escobedo and Heather Rowell at Rice University, 2019.
A Periscope Cinema
Architectural construction, 2015.
Hitchcock City Hall
Concept design with Aylin Nazli and Joshua Evans, 2018.
Vienna Museum Competition, 2015. Collaboration with Kyle Winston and Ryan Ball.
Side by Side
University of Cincinnati, 2014.