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Ian Kaplan

Ian Kaplan

New York, NY, US

 

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About 

I see architecture as an opportunity to create environments which embrace healthy ecologies. It is my belief that fresh architecture is responsive to its environment; it makes every necessary attempt to not only blend with culture but create it by enhancing the context in which it is established. With this in mind, I seek opportunities to develop socially responsible building programs both in the United States, and abroad.

 

In my professional experience I've noticed the destructive capabilities of ego and I take no interest in aggressively asserting my ideas on others. I find the most pleasure in this field when team members work together to address common needs and discover interests in order to offer ways in which goals can be accomplished together. I actively pursue opportunities in which I can work productively with team members to meet project deadlines while maintaining an environment that is surrounded by laughter and excitement.

Employment 

Cannon Design, New York, NY, US, Architectural Designer

At Cannon Design I worked with a team to design a new healthcare facility and acted as assistant project manager on the parking garage structure for that facility.

I currently play a role in:

The development of physical modeling, 3-Dimensional Modeling and Printing in the New York City office.

Coordinating graphics, producing diagrams/informational boards, and taking a lead role in presentation organization.

Working closely with design principals to bring strong ideas to fruition.

Mar 2011 - current
 

Rafi Segal Architecture Urbanism, Brooklyn, NY, US, Entry Level Architect

While working with Rafi and other employees, I participated in the design process of a small memorial in Uganda as well as various other small design efforts.

Dec 2010 - Mar 2011
 

Education 

University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, US, Bachelors, Architecture

Degree: Bachelors of Science in Architecture, Cum Laude

Graduated 1 semester early.

Oct 2007 - Dec 2010
 

Skills 



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