I'm Laney and I am an intern architect in New York, NY.
I hold a 5-year NAAB accredited B.Arch from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in business, and I am currently pursuing an MFA in Industrial Design at Parsons.
I am an eager, self-motivated individual who possesses a passion for art and architecture, and looks forward to expanding my knowledge of design. Although I am still in school I am working towards licensure by logging AXP hours and taking the ARE. I will soon be looking for full-time employment that will allow me to continue my pursuit of licensure in the state of New York.
When I am not working away on my thesis or studying for my next ARE, I enjoy traveling, cycling, wood turning, and continuing my hunt for the best cup of coffee in NYC (suggestion welcome!).
Thomas Salazar, llc, New York, NY, US, Intern Architect
Parsons The New School for Design, New York, NY, US, Masters, Industrial Design
The University of Oklahoma, Norman, BArch, Architecture
Mastercard Fashion Hack, 1st Place
Teams of three students each were selected through a competitive submission process at Parsons and competed for $15,000 in prize money and an opportunity to showcase their creations at leading MasterCard industry events. The day-long Fashion and Design Hack took place at The New School’s University Center, and students from the fashion, industrial design, product design, data visualization, and design and technology programs participated.
Following an initial meeting to discuss research and initial concepts, the teams had just seven hours on the day of the challenge to create their prototypes before presenting it to a panel of esteemed judges, including:
Adam Selman, Fashion Designer
Barnett Zitron, Managing Director, MADE, a WME I IMG company
Burak Cakmak, Dean, School of Fashion, Parsons
Sherri Haymond, Senior Vice President, Digital Payments & Labs, MasterCard
C5 Competition, 1st Place
An annual University of Oklahoma, College of Architecture Senior class competition, where teams of architects, interior designers, and construction science students respond to an RFP. The RFP is sent out by a sponsoring architectural firm/contractor and the teams have two weeks to compile a design, renderings, a construction cost opinion, and prepare an interview to present the work.