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Andrew Furmanski

Andrew Furmanski

Shanghai, CN

 

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About 

I am a young designer, author of the blog Urban Operandi, and overall enthusiast currently lost in Shanghai. Please feel free to contact me for any design inquiries, collaboration, or work opportunities.

Elsewhere:

Employment 

IMG3, Shanghai, CN, Junior Designer

Sep 2012 - current
 

Ecoland Planning and Design, Beijing, CN, Environmental Designer

Involved in several aspects of the planning and design process for projects of varying scales across China
-Collaborated and conducted research with senior architects on the form and function of a 5700 meter2 green roof design
-Provided textual support and high level graphic renderings for an ASLA professional awards submission
-Contributed urban/retail design knowledge for Dalian Wanda Group competition

Aug 2011 - Mar 2012
 

Fanning Institute, Athens, GA, US, Research/Design Intern

Part of an eight-person team that created an inspiring redevelopment plan for the city of Donalsonville, Ga
-Assisted in the community and council consultation process: including interviews and focus groups with Donalsonville community members
-Drafted extensive text/graphic reports conveying community design strategies

May 2010 - Aug 2010
 

Education 

University of Georgia, Athens, GA, US, Bachelors, Landscape Architecture

Aug 2006 - May 2011
 

Awards 

ASLA Student Honor Award, Award

Awarded to the top student in the School of Environmental Design at the University of Georgia by the Georgia Society of Landscape Architects on behalf of the American Society of Landscape Architects

2011
 

Neel Reid Memorial Scholarship, Scholarship

2010
 

School of Environmental Design Scholarship, Scholarship

2009
 

URG Design Merit, Award

Awarded for finishing second place in the URG Design competition held annually at the University of Georgia.

2008
 

H.B. Owens Award, Scholarship

2007
 

Fine Arts Institute Award of Excellence, Award

2006
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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