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Ramtin Dinyari

Ramtin Dinyari

Menlo Park, CA, US

 

About 

My goal is to obtain a position as an Architectural Designer that utilizes my skills,
experience and innovative ideas to accomplish projects in the field of architecture and
the future development of the company.
EDUCATION Master of Architecture SEP 2009—MAY 2011
California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA, USA
Department of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley, CA, US JUN 2009—AUG 2009
Sustainability, Proseminar in the History of Architecture, GPA: 4.0 /4.0
Bachelor of Architecture with Honors SEP 2001—JUN 2006
Degree: Engineering Architecture
School of Architecture and Urban Design, IKIU, Ghazvin, Iran
Ranked 3rd in graduating class
PROFESSIONAL
EXPERIENCE
Licensed Architect in Tehran, Iran AUG 2008—PRESENT
Member: Construction Engineering Organization (Professional Organization),Iran FEB 2008—PRESENT
Member : The American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) DEC 2009—MAY 2011
Steven Grover & Associates, Berkeley, CA NOV 2011—DEC 2011
Contract Designer
Responsible for developing the design concept, presentations (3d models,
renderings, 3d architectural photomontage renderings), and the physical models in
the design development phase of the Richmond Bay Trail
Pardisan Architecture, Tehran, Iran JUN 2006—MAR 2009
Architect (Designer & Project Manager)
Worked on an Affordable/Low Income Housing project. Involved with the design
from initiation to final completion: schematic design, marketing materials, meeting
with the consultants and engineers, direct client interaction, construction
documents, permitting, and construction management
Karshiv Consultants, Tehran, Iran FEB 2004—APR 2006
Intern Architect (Designer & Draftsperson)
Worked on schematic and design development phases of large residential,
commercial and educational projects, construction documents, firm presentation
design, and digital/physical model making
TEACHING
EXPERIENCE
Tehran City Council, Tehran, Iran JUN 2003—SEP 2003
Researcher
Conducted research on the Vali-Asr street rehabilitation plan (Vali-Asr is the
principal boulevard in Tehran). Weekly on-site observation followed by photo
documentation, verification of the progress of the investigative team’s research,
design and coordination of the restoration of historical and modern properties
Academic Mentor, helping Undergraduate students with 2D and 3D modeling SEP 2010—MAY 2011
softwares, California College of the Arts, CA, USA
Teaching Assistant for Perspective Geometry, School of Architecture and Urban SEP 2002—JAN 2002
Design, IKIU, Ghazvin, Iran
Math and Photography Instructor at Fravahar Zoroastrian Youth Organization, DEC 2001—NOV 2004
Tehran, Iran
SOFTWARE Drafting & Modeling— AutoCAD | Revit Architecture | 3D Studio MAX | Maya |
Rhinoceros | Grasshopper | Maxwell Render | SketchUP
Graphic— Adobe Photoshop | Illustrator | InDesign | CorelDraw
Office— Microsoft Word | PowerPoint
Professional experience in photography and model making
AWARDS CCA Scholarship, California College of the Arts
Best Ceiling Design award in the 1st National Student Festival of Architecture and
Urban Design, Tehran, Iran
Ranked 2nd in the annual IKIU photography competition 2004/05, Ghazvin, Iran
Received Appreciation award from the Iran Handicrafts Organization for continued
support and contribution to the field of Metal Engraving (Toreutics)
Selected by the Dean of School of Architecture at IKIU to work on Vali-Asr
streetscape project under the Tehran City Council
PUBLICATION Contributor
Global influences in urban housing, Japanese small urban dwellings: A model
for the American context, by Bruce Levin, California College of the Arts, ed. 2011
References available upon request

Elsewhere:

Employment 

Steven Grover and Associates, Berkeley, CA, US, Designer

Responsible for developing the design concept, presentations (3d models,
renderings, 3d architectural photomontage renderings), and the physical models in
the design development phase of the Richmond Bay Trail

Nov 2011 - Dec 2011
 

Education 

California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA, US, MArch, Architecture

Sep 2009 - May 2011
 


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