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George Brown

George Brown

New York, NY, US

 

About 

I am creative professional with over 4 years of retail and interior design experience in the interiors design domain. Currently I am employed with a sustainable luxury sofa manufacturer. I work in their New York City showroom and my duties include assisting interior designers with their clients with decisions like fabric selection, configuration and also shipping and delivery logistics. Previously I have been employed with interior designers such as Soho House along with Karen Kramer Interiors. My duties with both design firms included sourcing fabric, drawing AutoCAD plans and renderings, communicating with vendors and clients along with creating presentations and updating library.

My practice is grounded on a very broad and through Design education. I studied a foundation in ‘Architecture and Design’ in Melbourne, Australia. I then progressed to London to study design, in the ‘Interior and Spatial Design’ department at UAL. I have recently completed night classes for AutoCAD along with Revit in New York City.

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Education 

The Cooper Union, AutoCAD and Revit 2017 certification

Feb 2017 - May 2017
 

The Cooper Union, AutoCAD Certification

Sep 2016 - Dec 2016
 

University of the Arts, London, UK, Chelsea, GB, BArch, Interior and Spatial Design

Developing skills in designing creating and conceptualizing new spatial situations. This course prepared me a wide variety of careers in the design industry. Focusing on designing complex architectural spaces, multimedia installations and sensory environments.

Jan 2011 - Aug 2013
 

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Foundation Diploma Art Design and Architecture

This course provided an introduction to design language and theory and approaches to problem solving that are necessary for interpreting and undertaking a range a range of design projects. This gives experience to develop and use a range of strategies for analyzing and documenting research, communicating design concepts and engaging effectively within the class group and project team.

Jan 2009 - Mar 2010
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills