Camile Andrade Silva
Louisiana License Number: 8377
Texas License Number: 25038
NCARB Certificate Number: 81468
LEED AP, NC v.2.2
2003-04 Master of Arts in Art History, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA.
1995-2000 Bachelor of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Brasília, DF, Brazil.
2019 DCBR Properties Second Floor Tenant Build Out, Architect of Record. Baton Rouge, LA
Coordinated and managed the implementation and design and construction phases for the common areas on the second floor of DCBR Medical Office Building in Baton Rouge, LA.
2018 Louisiana State University, School of Architecture, Adjunct Professor. Baton Rouge, LA
Instructor of Arch 3001 and 3002 - Architectural Studio. Discipline was administered to third year undergraduate students and it explored the development of architectural design thinking skills through the creation and organization of a design proposal where integration of structural systems and material investigation were investigated in response to site analysis, as well as ethereal and evocative issues connected to the human experience.
2015-2017 DCBR Medical Office Building, Design Architect. Baton Rouge, LA
Coordinated and managed the implementation and design for Dermasurgery Center's new location in Baton Rouge, LA, including feasibility studies and rezoning efforts. Design and construction services were developed in partnership with WHLC Architecture.
2016 Louisiana State University, School of Architecture, Adjunct Professor. Baton Rouge, LA
Instructor of Arch 2002 - Architectural Studio. Discipline was administered to second year undergraduate students and it explored the relationship between site and architecture, the development of a building program, and the adequate use of material as an expression of structure and environmental systems.
2008-2015 Dermasurgery Center, Designer. Baton Rouge, LA
Coordinated and managed the design and construction phases of Dr. Chad Prather's dermatology offices in Baton Rouge and Lafayette, LA.
2012 Louisiana State University, School of Architecture, Adjunct Professor. Baton Rouge, LA
Instructor of Arch 4700 - Research Methods. Discipline was administered to second year graduate students and it covered the history of philosophical foundations for research inquiry, basic research issues and concepts, and the linkages between design and theory in any given contextual background.
2008-2010 Tipton Associates, Intern Architect. Baton Rouge, LA
Project manager of the LSU Laboratory School Gymnasium and Performing Arts Center, in Baton Rouge, LA. This Project received the AIA Baton Rouge 2014 Gold Rose Award.
Collaborated on the development of construction documents for the Louisiana Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory at the LSU Veterinary School campus, in Baton Rouge, LA and the Louisiana Tech Lambright Student Recreation Center, in Ruston, LA.
2007-2008 Kahn South - Albert Kahn Associates, Intern Architect. Birmingham, AL
Developed and coordinated design development, construction documents and construction administration of various healthcare projects for St. Vincent’s Hospital in Birmingham, AL.
2005-2007 Sizeler Thompson Brown Architects, Intern Architect. New Orleans, LA
Collaborated in various stages of healthcare projects with main concentration in the production of construction documents. Assisted in development of construction administration documents and in the preparation of presentations for proposals.
2005 Trahan Architects, Intern Architect. Baton Rouge, LA
Participated in the design development phase of LSU Softball Stadium and the construction administration phase of LSU Tiger Stadium - West Side Expansion.
2002 TC/BR Tecnologia e Consultoria Brasileira, Junior Architect. Brasília, Brazil
Developed construction documents of architecture and urban planning for Vila Varjao, a low-income neighborhood outside of Brasilia, Brazil. The project was financed by the World Bank.
2000-2002 Zimbres Arquitetos Associados, Junior Architect. Brasília, Brazil
Worked on construction documents for CAESB – Center of Sewage and Water Treatment of Brasília.
Collaborated on the development of construction documents for CFM - Federal Council of Medicine.
2018 AIA Louisiana Honor Award in Architecture for project Sanova Dermatology. Project executed in partnership with WHLC Architecture.
IIDA Delta Regional 2018 IDEA Award of Excellence in Healthcare - Large (+7,500 sf) for project Sanova Dermatology. Project executed in partnership with WHLC Architecture.
Dean’s medal, School of Art, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA. (May 2005)
Presentation in the Art History Graduate Symposium, “Here and Now, Then and When: The Visualization of Past, Present, and Future in Art and Architecture,” University of Oregon, with the paper: Museums: Evolving Form, Function, and Social Context. Eugene, OR. (Apr. 2004)
Honorable mention in the national competition, Concurso Paviflex, with the final project of graduation: Children’s Museum. Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil. (Aug. 2001)
Presentation, Exhibition and Speaker in the first Archiprix International, 2001 Edition, with the final project of graduation: Children’s Museum. Rotterdam, the Netherlands. (Jul. 2001) https://www.archiprix.org/2019/?m=10&e=1
Exhibition and Participation in the international competition of schools of architecture, 4th International Biennial of Architecture of São Paulo, with the design Brasilia Cultural Center (Nov. 1999) and 3rd International Biennial of Architecture of São Paulo, with the model The Wire Opera House. São Paulo, SP, Brazil. (Nov. 1997)
Publication "How Much Space Do I Need?" The Business of Dermatology. Jeffrey Dover and Kavita Mariwalla. 1st ed. New York: Thieme, 2020. Chapter co-authored with Chad Prather, MD.
Feature “Form Follows Function”, Start Up | Real Estate, in the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report (24 April 2018), 17.
Feature “A Peaceful Practice” in Louisiana Homes and Gardens (February 2009), 56-59.
Publication “Liquid Architectures: Marcos Novak’s Territory of Information,” Tenth International Conference on Information Visualization - IV'06 (London 2006) 693-698.
Publication “Cyberspace: the Architecture of Instability.” Intelligent Agent electronic magazine, vol.4, n. 3 (2004)
Publication “Talking about Art.ficial Emotions: A Report from São Paulo.” M/C Reviews (Posted by Emma Nelms on Sunday, 19 September 2004), and Intelligent Agent electronic magazine, vol.4, n. 3 (2004)
Publication “Children’s Museum.” Archiprix International: World’s Best Graduation Projects 010 Publishers (Rotterdam 2004) 39, and Revista AU – Arquitetura e Urbanismo (Aug/Sep 2001), 97.