Nay Soe is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, College of Architecture. He focused his thesis on the reformation and contemporary functions of post-war American suburbs. Nay’s interest is in optimizing and evaluating the role of parametric and computational methods in the fabrication of architectural design process. Formerly a research assistant for the Killinger professorship in Urban Design and Architecture, he worked with Steven Hardy to construct a simulation base approach towards the computational generation of cohesive urban forms. As an undergraduate, he worked as a research assistant in creating rapid iteration of three dimensional urban landscape tissues, and won second place in the international competition for the Rome City Vision Competition in 2010.
Creative Realities, New York, NY, US, Designer & 3D Rendering Specialist
Designing and visualizing high-end retail space that meets the client’s brand. Perform site visits and aid in material selection. Learned ability to manage an individual project from start to finish, due to the small creative office environment.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE, US, Teaching Assistant - Computer Applications in Design
Responsible for developing first-year architecture students’ ability to use digital and analogue
techniques at various stages of the design process, and to present digital technologies as
related to various modes of architectural representation.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE, US, Graduate Research Assistant
Simulation based approach towards the computational generation of cohesive urban forms.
Creating rapid iterations of three dimensional urban landscape tissue.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE, US, Undergraduate Research
Study of the formation of urban patterns via parametric and associative designs.
Better Flyers, Alexandria, VA, US, Freelance Graphic Designer
Graphic design and use of various media to produce effective advertisements.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Masters, College of Architecture
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE, US, BArch, College of Architecture
Rome City Vision Competition, 2nd Place
Rome is the city of illusions, it is not a chance that the Church, Government and Cinema, all things that produce illusions, as you do and as we do, are here. Which place better than this city, who died many times and many times was reborn, which quieter place to wait for the end by pollution, overpopulation. The ideal place to see if the world will end or not.