Tony Hambarchian

Tony Hambarchian

La Crescenta, CA, US



LEED AP+ Building Design & Construction

Director of Emerging Professionals & Outreach at AIA Pasadena & Foothill Chapter

IDP Auxiliary Coordinator at NCARB

I am a highly motivated design professional with the belief that Architecture has the unique role to serve as a catalyst for positive community growth through healthy design solutions. In the short time since graduating from Woodbury University’s School of Architecture in 2010, I have continued my efforts within the field of Architecture by actively pursuing licensure as well as working for such notable firms as Oyler Wu Collaborative, FSY Architects, and my current position at Gangi Architects.  As Project Designer for the Citizen Architects Committee I continue to collaborate with Pasadena Community Gardens to develop a design for the first edible community garden in Pasadena.


Gangi Architects, Burbank, CA, US, Project Designer

Prepare construction documents for single-family residence and mixed-use projects

Research and draw details for green wall and live roof systems

Assist principal and project manager during design development

Revise drawings based on redlines and feedback from principal and city planners

Make physical and digital models to coordinate structural drawings to architectural design

Jun 2011 - current

TAP Construction Co., La Crescenta, CA, US, Designer / Assistant Project Manager

Serve as liaison between principal, subcontractors, architects, engineers, and city planners

Conduct site visits on retail and residential projects to inspect work for design flaws

Actively participate throughout all phases of construction process

Evaluate scope of project and create cost estimate for proposal

Prepare construction documents on residential and solar projects

Sep 2006 - current

FSY Architects, Los Angeles, CA, US, Design Intern

Create maps and diagrams for LEED application process on Local 300 Labor Union

Conduct site visits alongside project designers forbidding tour

Participate in weekly design dialog to develop current projects

Prepare construction documents off of design development drawings

Create material boards for client presentations

Field measure and prepare as-built drawings

May 2011 - Dec 2011


Woodbury University, Los Angeles, CA, US / Burbank, BArch, School of Architecture

The programs at Woodbury University's School of Architecture emphasizes the development of the architect-citizen as cultural builder and facilitator of situationally critical and responsive design.

Sep 2006 - May 2010

Areas of Specialization 


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