Architecture is an act of profound optimism.
Joseph is a recent BArch graduate from Carnegie Mellon University. He has completed rigorous design internships within studios in New York and Helsinki. His work is characterized by a precision of conceptual intent and a pre-occupation with spatial experience. Currently, he is working towards his professional license and looking for opportunities in design-intensive studios.
TEF, San Francisco, CA, US, Junior Architect
Completed SD and DD for Stanford MOB including lighting and interior coordination
Sotamaa Design, Helsinki, FI, Intern Architectural Designer
Arbitare Ahead! Helsinki Exhibition Design
Marimekko's Folding Fabrics Furniture
Schematic Design for Adaptive Re-use of a Historical Building in Siuntio, Finland
Rice+Lipka Architects, New York, NY, US, Intern Architectural Designer
Schematic Design for a Multi-Unit Housing Project in Portland, Oregon
Claude Collins-Stracensky Studio, Los Angeles, CA, US, Artists Assistant
Exhibition design for UCLA Hammer Museum Solo Sculpture Show
Fabrication of Steel and Glass Sculptures
Collective Field Office / Studio Design and Documentation
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, US, BArch, Architecture
Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA), London, GB, DLAB
AIA Henry Adams Certificate, Award
High ranking graduate student from a BArch program
John Knox Shear Memorial Scholarship, Award
Top design award as selected from eligible students based on a review of work by the faculty. Provides for travel
PHLF Prize for Architectural History, Award
Awarded annually to the best paper written in an architectural history class
Ferguson Jacobs Prize, Award
Encourages design excellence based on long-standing design principles that promote beauty and harmony in the built environment.