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Daniel Russoniello

Daniel Russoniello

Arlington, MA, US

 

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About 

As a recent graduate with a professional degree in architecture, I am actively looking for an entry-level position working toward licensure.

While in school I served as a teaching assistant in lower-level design studios, guest juror, and as a faculty assistant for the history of architecture curriculum. I have a particular passion for architectural history, especially in Japan and China.

Elsewhere:

Employment 

Payette, Boston, MA, US, Designer

Mar 2013 - current
 

Archer and Buchanan, West Chester, PA, US, Architectural Intern

Aug 2012 - Mar 2013
 

Philadelphia University, Philadelphia, PA, US, History Faculty Assistant

Advised History of Architecture students in exam preparation and study skills.
Met with students to develop theses and refine arguments in case studies.

Oct 2011 - May 2012
 

Terreform ONE + Planetary One, Brooklyn, NY, US, Intern

Researched and analyzed the history and present conditions of the Brooklyn Navy Yards.
Designed an urban and architectural proposal for a clean manufacturing center.
Collaborated with a team of 25 architects and students in building a large model for exhibition.

Jun 2011 - Aug 2011
 

Engineering & Design Institute, Philadelphia, PA, US, Intern, 3D Modeler

Collaborated with partners in designing a sustainable modular classroom.
Researched clean, safe, and quiet materials and systems for optimal classroom environments.
Built digital models for analysis and visualization.
Created presentations for and participated in meetings with clients and focus groups.

May 2010 - Aug 2010
 

Education 

Philadelphia University, Philadelphia, PA, US, BArch, Architecture

Aug 2007 - May 2012
 

Temple University, Tokyo, JP, General

Aug 2010 - Dec 2010
 

Awards 

111th John Stewardson Memorial Fellowship in Architecture, Honorable Mention

The Stewardson is a state-wide competition between graduating seniors in professional degree programs and recent alumni in Pennsylvania. Competitors have ten days to respond to the design brief without discussing the work with faculty or other students.

This year the program consisted of a three-theatre movie complex set along the Viaduct in Philadelphia. The brief also asked students to design a park on the out-of-use elevated railway, a cafe, and an ADA accessible connection between on-grade public space and the elevated park.

2012
 

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