Joshua recently graduated in December 2012 from Roger Williams University's School of Architecture, Art, and Historic Preservation. In doing so he achieved a Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Science dual degree as well as a minor in Art & Architectural History.
Joshua has working experience with individuals who are innovating the architecture/engineering/construction industry by using technology to advance the design process. He is well versed in the terminology and culture of architecture/art/engineering/construction world. Joshua is passionate about design, innovation, sustainability, and research and uses his extraordinary artistic skills, including drawing and painting, and computer skills to explore these interests.
Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI, US, Design Studio Teaching Assistant
Worked alongside studio professor by providing critiques and assistance to high school students interested in pursuing architecture.
Horizontal Systems, New York, NY, US, Intern + Consultant
Created video tutorials for the Horizontal Glue software. Tested the software. Provided insight on expectations from the perspective of an upcoming generation of architects and brainstormed possible creative directions. Redesigned elements in the User Interface, some of which can be seen in autodesk bim360 glue (autodesk acquired horizontal systems Fall 2011).
Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI, MArch, Architecture
Graduated with Dual Degree Bachelor of Science and Master of Architecture and Minor in Art and Architectural History.
Palazzo Rucellai Study Abroad Program, Florence, IT, Architecture
A Semester Abroad spent in Florence, Italy completing an architecture studio focusing on urban studies.
Salmanson Grant, Grant
Grant awarded to Joshua in response to his self proposed trip to Beit She'an to document, interview, and investigate the archaeological site of Scythopolis as it pertained to his Master of Architecture Thesis.
Work Displayed for Accreditation, Other
Work from Graduate Studio with Tangram Architekten was chosen to be displayed for Accreditation.