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Thomas Lozada

Thomas Lozada

New York, NY, US

 

About 

Registered architect, Associate at Handel Architects, Assistant Editor at CLOG, Adjunct Professor of Architecture at NYIT, and Master's degree graduate from Pratt Institute

Elsewhere:

Employment 

Handel Architects, New York, NY, US, Associate

Essex Crossing/Seward Park
- Design development and construction documents for 25-story, full-block, mixed-use project including market, theater, and residential program

Jun 2014 - current
 

CLOG, New York, NY, US, Assistant Editor

CLOG is a quarterly architecture publication that slows things down. Each issue explores, from multiple viewpoints and through a variety of means, a single subject particularly relevant to architecture now.

- CLOG : REM, 'Why Didn't I Think of That?'
- CLOG : MIAMI, 'Miami’s Missionary'
- CLOG : UNPUBLISHED, '50 Years of Architectural Record Covers'
- CLOG : UNPUBLISHED, 'Too Much Stuff'
- CLOG : SCI-FI, 'When is the Future?'
- CLOG : NATIONAL MALL, 'Memorial Expectancy'
- CLOG : RENDERING, 'Transcending Photorealism'
- CLOG : DATA SPACE, 'Data Space Invaders'

May 2012 - current
 

New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), New York, NY, US, Adjunct Professor of Architecture

Sep 2011 - current
 

C3D Architecture PLLC, New York, NY, US, Architectural Designer

Sep 2011 - current
 

Education 

Pratt Institute, Masters, Master of Science in Architecture

Jun 2010 - May 2011
 

New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), BArch, Bachelor of Architecture

Sep 2002 - May 2007
 

Awards 

Excellence in Academic Achievement - Pratt Institute, Award

2011
 

New York Construction Award of Merit - Rouge Tomate Restaurant, Award

2009
 

Interior Design Magazine Best of Year Finalist, Fine Dining Category - Rouge Tomate Restaurant, Honorable Mention

2009
 

Contract Magazine's Inspirations Award - Rouge Tomate Restaurant, Award

2009
 

AIA Brooklyn Scholarship for achievement in architectural design - NYIT, Scholarship

2007
 

Gary Hess Memorial Scholarship Winner for Study Abroad Programs - NYIT, Scholarship

2005
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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