Darryl Zuk

Darryl Zuk

New York, NY, US



I am a recent graduate of the M.Arch program at Columbia University’s GSAPP. During my time there, I bacame interested in how architecture can improve cities and the lives of the people who inhabit them. My coursework had led me to work on projects in place such as Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, Mars, Hoboken, NJ and lower Manhattan. I previously attended the College of Architecture at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, GA, and graduated with a 3.74 GPA, receiving highest honors. While at Tech, I studied architecture, urban form, and social/urban issues in the city of Barcelona at Universidad Politécnica de Catalonia as part of a study abroad summer program. I have work published in the book Research & Design: Textile Tectonics, edited by Lars Spuybroek, and my project titled La Línea Baja, which focuses on transforming the tourism industry in San Felipe de Puerto Plata, DR, will be published in an upcoming report by the Urban Design Lab, part of Columbia’s Earth Institute.


Columbia University, New York, NY, US, Digital Fabricator

Operated, serviced, and troubleshot 3D printers, laser cutters, and large format plotters and tested laser cutter settings for various materials.

Nov 2009 - Feb 2012

Gwinnett County Public Schools, Suwanee, GA, US, Graphic Designer

Created and redesigned all charts, graphs, images, and other graphics used for county-wide Benchmark tests

May 2008 - Aug 2009

Stellar Materials Incorporated, Boca Raton, FL, US, IT Specialist

Improved company-wide database system for managing clients and employees and developed online lessons and tutorials for to teach employees new software

Oct 2007 - Jan 2008


Columbia University, New York, NY, US, MArch, Architecture

Aug 2009 - May 2012

Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), Atlanta, GA, US, Bachelors, Architecture

Aug 2005 - May 2009

Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Barcelona, ES, Study Abroad

May 2007 - Jul 2007


Nix Mann Fellowship, Award

This endowed fellowship was established in 1987 by the partners of the architecture firm of Nix Mann and Associates in Atlanta with the intention of attracting outstanding graduate students to the Master of Architecture program at Georgia Tech. Candidates must have an undergraduate degree in architecture. A minimum of one-half of the recipients of this award must have undergraduate architecture degrees from schools other than Georgia Tech. The award included a $3,000/year stipend, a Research Assistantship or a position at Perkins+Will in Atlanta, plus a full tuition waiver (declined to attend Columbia University).


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