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JWC ARCHITECT & ENGINEER, D.P.C., New York, NY, US, Junior architect
I love my job!
Safdie Architects, Boston, MA, US, Architect intern
I am working in Safdie architects from beginning of this year. As a junior architect, I work on a large project with the whole team. From SD to DD phase, I developed revit model, CAD plans, elevations, sections on a complex of eight high rise tower in China. I enjoy the process and the coordinate work with other people.
jeager & Partner, Shenzhen, CN, Intern Architect
This is a co-partnership company .I worked as an assistent architect there before I went to USA. During this time, we worked on a complex building in Changchun. Working with people from different countries, I learned knowledge of professional ideas and rendering methods.
The Institute of Architectural Design & Research, Shenzhen University, Shenzhen, CN, Intern Architect
This is a big firm affiliated with Architecture school in Shenzhen University, we have around 300 staff, I did intership there after I graduated in 2009. My major job there was working as entry-level architect. I learned how to present project in a professional way and aLso how to coordinate with different departments, like equipment, structure, marketing.
U3 Architecture Studio, Shenzhen, CN, Intern Architect
This is a small firm where I did internship during studying, I took part in two bid projects,One is residence for the elderly, from the begining concept design, site analysis to function analysis,communicate with the clients, then project presentation, like plans, diginal model, I learned whole process of a project.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Alexandria, Washington- Alexandria Architecture Center, MArch, Architecture
Shenzhen University, Shenzhen ,CN, BArch, Architecture
AIA Blue Ridge’s Awards Program recognizes outstanding architectural design by architects in the Blue Ridge and for work in Blue Ridge. The purpose of the awards program is to honor the architects, clients, and consultants who work together to achieve design excellence.
All submitted projects must have been completed after January 1, 2007. Entries must be the work of licensed architects, an architectural firm with an office in the AIA Blue Ridge region or a student enrolled in an accredited Architecture program in the region.