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Mark Smith

Mark Smith

Escondido, CA, US

 

About 

Hello-

I attended the Rhode Island School of Design as a student in the Furniture Design Department on a $10,000 merit scholarship.  Since then I have expanded my design and technical abilities in the fields of Architecture, Interior Design and Furniture Design.  I am passionate about great design and enjoy working with other people who share my passion.

Please note that if I am selected for a position with your firm that I would gladly and without hesitation relocate to your locale.

-m---s-

Elsewhere:

Employment 

Orsa Group Architects, Chula Vista, CA, US, Senior Job Captain / Project Manager

AutoCAD Drafting both 2D and 3D, Site Field Work & Documentation, Coordination of Consulting Engineers, Graphics, Product Research and Construction Administration.

Jul 2009 - current
 

Nogle Onufer Associates Architects, San Diego, CA, US, Senior Job Captain

AutoCAD Drafting, Site Field Work & Documentation, Coordination of Consulting Engineers, Graphics, Product Research.

Jan 2006 - Jul 2008
 

Munroe & Orsa Architects, San Diego, CA, US, Job Captain

AutoCAD Drafting, Site Field Work & Documentation, Coordination of Consulting Engineers, Graphics, Product Research and Construction Administration.

Jun 2001 - Jan 2006
 

SGPA Architecture And Planning, San Diego, CA, US, Job Captain

AutoCAD Drafting, Site Field Work & Documentation, Graphics, Product Research.

Jun 1999 - Nov 2000
 

Education 

Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), Providence, RI, US, Furniture Design

I entered Rhode Island School of Design on a $10,000 merit scholarship. I was able to explore numerous materials, styles and construction techniques while learning about the history and social significance of furniture in many different societies. I was especially impressed with the idea of using "found objects" for the raw materials in furniture, objects that formerly were destined for landfills and scrapyards. I learned a great deal about how elegant, practical and unique solutions to real world problems can make substantial impacts in any type of project.

Sep 1996 - Jun 1998
 

Awards 

$10,000, Scholarship

$10,000 Merit Scholarship for New Furniture Design Students

1996
 

IIT Drawing Competition, 3rd Place

3rd Place - Illinois Institute of Technology Statewide High School Architectural Drawing Competition

1978
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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