Mr. Cavallo is a transplant from the Chicago area. After graduating from Montini Catholic High School in 2009, he left for the University of Kentucky to pursue his education. During his time at UK, he studied abroad in the Netherlands under Siebe Bakker, an expert in concrete construction and material science. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture in 2013.
Following his graduation, Mr. Cavallo began his career as a design professional in Illinois where he gained valuable experience designing offices, schools, and educational facilities. He returned to Lexington in 2015 to work at alt32 and attend graduate school. He earned his Master’s degree in Architecture in May of 2017. We are happy to say he has chosen to continue lending his talents and expertise to our projects.
Warren County Schools - Bowling Green, KY
Warren East High School Athletic Complex
Russell Independent Schools Renovation - Flatwoods, KY
Addition to Central Office
University of Kentucky - Lexington, KY
Dickey Hall Facilities modeling translation
West Main Crafting Company - Lexington, KY
3,200 sf Restaurant Renovation.
Lewis County Schools - Vanceburg, KY
New Elementary School
Prof. Rives Rash: Belleview Wildlife Marina. This project was anexperiment regarding the reclamation of compromised sand mines for recreational and environmental benefit. The water of the Ohio River, if ever it infiltrated an operational sand mine, would contaminate the deposits and render the facility useless. Our task, as a studio, was to transform the defunct mine and dedicate it to improving the surrounding community. The final product was a recreational boating complex and wildlife preserve.
Prof. Anne Filson: Louisville Center for Advanced Manufacturing. Studio
Collaborated with local developers and Louisville’s Office of Urban Development to formulate feasible pro formas and facility plans for a career center to serve the local population and to catalyze future economic activity. The final concept was a shared career training facility primarily leased for courses required by GE and Amazon employee programs. Proximity of the center the to people in Louisville improved its accessibilty and long-term impact in boosting commerce in the area.
Prof. Gary Rohrbacher: Atomic Cities Research Group.
An ongoing research endeavor in ollaboration with the U.S. Department of Energy and University of Kentucky College of Design. The team sought to analyze and prototype technologies and concepts to fprogress efforts to remediate and repurpose federal sites contaminated by nuclear activity.
Bachelor of Arts, Architecture
College of Design
University of Kentucky, 2013
Master’s Degree in Architecture
College of Design
University of Kentucky, 2017
August 2015 to Present
Designer / Project Manager
alt32 Architecture|Design Lexington, KY
August 2013 to July 2015
DLA Architects ltd. Itasca, IL
Summers 2007 to 2009
Filing Clerk and Office Assistant
Resurrection Hospital Chicago, IL
AIA Kentucky Member-at-Large 2017
A4LE Member - 2017