Gabriel Dal'Maso

Gabriel Dal'Maso

Newark, NJ, US


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Greetings dear reader,

My life-long aspiration is to become an Architect with specialization in high-rise, large scale architectural projects which vary from commercial, residential and civic functions. This equally matches my desire to become an Urban Planner/Designer with a goal to redevelop urban zones that raise quality of urban life and reinforce sustainable redevelopment and civic identity.



Sevan Multi Site Solutions, Glen Ridge, NJ, US, Drafter

My responsibilities as drafter entail the production of documentation of existing commercial projects for later redevelopment and renovation by corporate clients. I document as-built elevations through survey measurements to produce two-dimensional drawings of buildings in AutoCAD which are placed on document templates. My responsibilities also entails the labelling of various as-built elements on the elevation so as to identify fenestrations, access points, utilities, and significant architectural features.

Sep 2015 - Nov 2015


Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA), London, GB, Masters, Housing and Urbanism

Sep 2014 - current

New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Newark, NJ, US, BArch, Architecture

Aug 2010 - May 2014

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, US, BArch, Architecture

Aug 2009 - May 2010


Masonry Design/Build Competition April 2011 at NJIT, 1st Place

I was part of a hands-on masonry competion sponsored by the School of Architecture and a local masonry construction group. My group received first place for overall project development, board, and mock-up.


Habitat for Humanity Studio Competition Fall Studio 2012, Honorable Mention

My fall 2012 semester was oriented towards an architectural competition to design an
environmentally responsible home as part of a Habitat for Humanity initiative to build
popular housing for an underprivileged neighborhood in East Orange, NJ. I was one of
the finalists in the competition.


Areas of Specialization 


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