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I got Master's degree from IIT in July 2011.
I have much diverse work experience in architecture in Korea for 7 years. I had the opportunity to work on various building types. My work spanned a wide range of experiences dealing with the phases of construction from schematic design to construction documents before I came to America.
At IIT, I have learned 3Ds Max, Revit, Rhino, Ecotect, eQuest, grasshopper.
In 2010, I entered a sustainable architectural design competition and led a team of three to win 1st prize out of 400 teams.
In 2011, I completed an intense research project on high-rise structures and sustainable energy as part of my thesis work.
After graduate IIT, since November 2011, I worked as an Architectural Assistant for Solomon Cordwell Buenz Company. There, I developed schematic designs using SketchUp and construction drawings using AutoCAD and Revit for residential, hotel, and commercial projects.
I worked at 4240 Architect for internship for 2 month after that.
Since 09. 2014, Now I'm working WR WEIS for coordination and shop drawing for stone façade and paving.
T2 Construction, Chicago, IL, US, Interior Assistant
AutoCAD drafting and layout, and estimation for furniture in 20-20 and Quick Book
4240 Architecture, Chicago, IL, US, Intern
Making physical model and Schematic Design drawings for
- Chicago law office
- Certus Bank
Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB), Chicago, IL, US, Architectural Assistant
Developed construction drawings in AutoCAD and Revit for
- Loyola University student residences
- Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital
- Walgreens E-commerce
EMICO Engineering Inc., Des Plaines, IL, US, Internship
Developed construction drawings of pipe support for
- University of Illinois of Medical Center
- Dan E. Karn Generating Plant
Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), Chicago, IL, US, MArch, Architecture
Dongguk University, Seoul, KR, BArch, Architecture Engineering
Sustainable Design Competition, 1st Place
Half tuition scholarship, Scholarship
Millenium Gate competition, 1st Place