Andre Abrahamian, AIA

Andre Abrahamian, AIA

Los Angeles, CA, US





Arktura LLC, Gardena, CA, US, Senior Project Manager

Project Types: Architectural systems, custom installation, design and manufacturing.
Responsibilities: design and coordination of custom systems, managing in-house designers, engineers, and production staff, client and consultant coordination, project scheduling.

Jan 2013 - current

Nadel, Inc., Los Angeles, CA, US, Job Captain

Active member of the design team working on international large-scale high-pace projects. Producing construction documents and coordinating consultants for local retail projects.
Project types: Sports Complex, Convention Center, Hospitality, Retail.

Mar 2010 - Jun 2013

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, Teaching Assistant

An introduction to the generative techniques and methodologies of computational modeling found within the Autodesk Maya software in combination with Rhino.

Jan 2009 - May 2009

Steinberg Hart, San Jose, CA, US, Designer

design research, analysis, conceptual design, design development, feasibility studies, competitions, presentation drawings and models. In charge of model shop, developed firm’s 3d modeling and printing technologies.
Project types: educational, religious, mixed-use multifamily housing, commercial

Aug 2004 - Dec 2005

Habitec Architecture, San Jose, CA, US, Designer

field verification, as-built drawings, construction document preparation, space planning, Interior design, presentation drawing
Project types: tenant improvement of commercial office buildings and Retail

Jan 2002 - Aug 2004


Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, BArch, Architecture

Professional Bachelor of Architecture with concentration in theory.

Aug 2005 - Aug 2009


Edwin A Seipp Prize in Architecture, 1st Place

Ithaca’s Film Festival,1st place


Edward Palmer York Memorial Prize in Architecture, 3rd Place

Artist Residency, 3rd place


AIA Santa Clara Valley William R. Hawley Scholarship, 1st Place

Based on portfolio and interview, 1st place


Areas of Specialization