Jon Brouchoud
  • RESUME

EDUCATION

  • Master of Architecture: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, August 2001
  • Lâ Ecole Speciale d’Architecture, Paris, France
  • Bachelor of Science: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Architectural Studies, May 1998

AWARDS

  • Open Architecture Challenge, Founder’s Award,  as a collaborating team member in the Studio Wikitecture community-designed entry, 2008
  • Cntrl-Shift-07 Second Life Architecture Competition, First Place: New Zealand Architectural Congress, 2007
  • Wikisonic: Chosen for construction, The Tech Museum of Innovation, SanJose, California, June 2008
  • Cradle to Cradle Home Competition: Home design competition based on principles of “Cradle to Cradle” by William McDonough & Michael Braungart, 2004
  • Tucson Gateway International Design Competition, Third Place: Design competition for a new gateway to the city, 2001
  • Eagle Scout, 1993

PUBLICATIONS

  • New York Times, “T-Magazine: Original Sim” – December 2008
  • Architectural Record, “Wikitecture: From clicks to bricks, avatars to architects” – October 2008
  • Business Week, “SmallBiz: First Stop, Second Life” – August 2008
  • Chicago Tribune: “Setting up Virtual Shop” – August 2007
  • Secondlife.com Success Stories: “A Blueprint for Success: Architecture and Second Life” – November 2006
  • SL Business Magazine: “The Greening of SL” – August 2006
  • Green Bay Press Gazette: “Couple’s Design to Become Reality” – June 27, 2005
  • Telegraph Herald: Recognition for C2C Home Competition – June 6, 2005
  • Roanoke Times: “Dirt is Green” – May 24, 2005
  • Herald Times Reporter: “Cleveland Couple’s ‘Smart’ House is Something to Build On” – Front Page Home Section – May 19, 2005
  • Sheboygan Press: “Cleveland Couple’s ‘Smart’ House is Something to Build On” – Front Page – May 12, 2005
  • Capital Times: “Building, Naturally: State Designers’ Nutrihouse Project Takes Flight” – Front Page Business Section – May 11, 2005
  • Environmental Design + Construction: Recognition for C2C Home Competition – May 2005
  • eCAADe Academic Paper, Gather ˜round the Wiki-Tree: Virtual Worlds as an Open Platform for Architectural Collaboration, Chase S, Schultz R, Brouchoud J, 2008, eCAADe 2008, Antwerp, Belgium, September 2008

SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

  • Keynote Presenter: Autodesk University with CEO Carl Bass – November 2006
  • Keynote presenter: Be2Camp – Exploring  Web 2.0 and the Built Environment: – October 2008
  • University of Wisconsin – Madison: Environmental Strategy and Sustainability, Professor Tom Eggert – September 2008
  • AIAS American Institute of Architecture Students: FORUM presentation ‘How Web 2.0 and Virtual Worlds will Revolutionize Architecture’ – December 2007
  • Centre for Digital Media: Great Northern Way Campus – Vancouver – November 2008
  • Dr. Dobbs: Panelist – Life 2.0 – May 2007
  • Dr. Dobbs: Presentation – Life 2.0 – September 2007
  • London Design Museum: Royal Institute of British Architects – ‘Architecture Week’ Exhibit – June 2007
  • Autodesk Island: ‘Using Second Life as Part of your Architectural Practice’ – May 2007
  • Community Development Series Moderator: Clear Ink Island – 2006-2007
  • Library Arts Group: ‘Architecture 101′ Demonstration – February 2007
  • Dr. Dobbs: Geek Meet – July 2007
  • Digital Resources Conference: Dartington, UK – September 2007
  • Wisconsin DNR, ‘Sustainable Home Design,’ 2005

EXHIBITIONS

  • “Wikisonic, Collaborative Music Creation” – The Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose, California, June 2008
  • Santiago Calatrava, Frank Gehry, Scope Cleaver, Keystone Bouchard (Jon Brouchoud): Sketches and builds arcspace Gallery (www.arcspace.com) – LOCUS, March, 2009
  • “A Study in Reflexivity in Virtual Architecture” – Phoenix Scratch, Exeter, UK – December 2008
  • “Reflexive Architecture” – Info Island Library Gallery, Second Life – September 2007
  • “Architecture Gallery” – Architecture Island, Second Life – August 2007 (Top 10 Art Exhibits in Second Life – New World Notes)
  • “Wikisonic Installation” – Princeton University sim in Second Life, July 2008
  • “Interactive Architecture and Music” – arcspace Island installation in Second Life – May 2007
  • “Sketches from Paris” – Sketch Exhibit – Gallery of Thieves, Madison, Wisconsin – Fall 2003
  • ‘Theoretical Abstract’ – Paiting Exhibit – Raw Materials Studio, Madison, Wisconsin – Summer 2003
  • “Digital Art” – Computer Generated Graphic Art – Gallery of Thieves, Madison, Wisconsin – Winter 2003
  • ‘The Cell’- Computer Generated Graphic Art – Institute of Contemporary Architecture, Art Exhibition – Summer 2004
  • ‘Red’ – Computer Generated Graphic Art – Institute of Contemporary Architecture, Art Exhibition, Fall 2005
  • “C2C: Home Competition Exhibition” – Design Competiton Entry Selected for Display – Art Museum of Western Virginia – Winter 2004

VIRTUAL DESIGN/BUILD

  • Kelley School of Business
  • Rutgers School of Business
  • Santa Barbara City College
  • RendezVu – Language learning environment
  • Clear Ink Collaborative Team Projects:
    • Linden Lab Headquarters (private)
    • Autodesk Island
    • SL Capitol Hill, U.S. House of Representatives
    • TED Island (Technology Entertainment Design)
    • Clear Ink Island
    • Global Condo Center
    • Sun Microsystems, Professional Services Kiosk
    • Chris Luebkeman Presentation Kiosks, Autodesk Island
    • Research, development, and builds for several major private projects (5 sims)

Remedy Communications Team Projects:

  • Metanomics Event Space

Independent Projects:

  • Gallery of Reflexive Architecture
  • Crescendo Design Eco-Friendly Neighborhood of Model Homes
  • Residence for Archis Writer, Yona Friedman Installation, DEsign Island
  • Contributing Designer, Wikitecture Experiment #1, Wikitecture Experiment #2

EVENTS

  • Clear Ink Collaborative Team Events:
  • Congressman George Miller, U.S. House of Representatives – Presentation at SL Capitol Hill
  • Chris Luebkeman, Director of Global Foresight and Innovation, ARUP – Presentation on Autodesk Island
  • Phil Bernstein, Autodesk VP – Architect and Technologist – Presentation on Autodesk Island
  • Carl Bass, Autodesk CEO (Autodesk University) – Appearance on Autodesk Island
  • John Gage, VP Sun Microsystems – Presentation on TED Island
  • Cameron Sinclair, co-founder and Executive Director of Architecture for Humanity and Open Architecture Network – Presentation on TED Island
  • Sergio Palleroni, Director of BaSic Initiative, Professor of Architecture and Sustainable Design, University of Texas – Presentation on Autodesk Island
  • Henrik Bennetson, Research Director at Stanford University’s Humanities Lab (Community Development Series) – Presentation on Clear Ink Island