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Douglas Newby

Douglas Newby

Denver, CO, US

 

About 

I live and work in Denver, CO. 

Employment 

Tres Birds Workshop, Denver, CO, US, Project Manager

Apr 2014 - current
 

West Edge Architects, Marina del Rey, CA, US, Designer & Project Manager

Experience in all phases of the design process, from needs assessment to construction administration. Emphasis in master planning, concept design, and interior renovation for commercial and institutional clients.

Aug 2010 - Mar 2014
 

Quick Deck, Inc., Charlotte, NC, US, Designer

Prototyping, fabrication, code compliance, shop drawings, construction documents, company branding

Aug 2007 - Jul 2008
 

Gibson Architects, Telluride, CO, US, Designer

Construction documents, product specification, and physical modeling for custom single-family residence projects.

Aug 2006 - Nov 2006
 

Education 

The University of Tennessee - Knoxville, Knoxville, TN, US, MArch, Architecture

2 year Master of Architecture program with an emphasis on architectural design, urban design, construction/tectonics, and passive sustainability. Thesis studied the role of polycentric urban patterns in the development and destruction of civic engagement in Los Angeles and developed an architectural project for the Miracle Mile District to serve as a test case for the larger urban development theory outlined by the thesis.

Aug 2008 - May 2010
 

University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, US, Bachelors, Architecture

4 year Bachelor of Arts, with a Major in Architecture. Emphasis on architectural design and theory. Completed courses through the College of Environmental Design in the fields of Architecture, City Planning, Environmental Design, and Landscape Architecture.

Aug 2002 - May 2006
 

Awards 

Robert B. Church, III Award, Award

Best Graduate Thesis for "Rediscovering Civitas: the L.A.gora",
College of Architecture + Design, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

2010
 

Best Architectural Theory Paper, 1st Place

Awarded for theory paper titled "David Adjaye: Finding the Everyday in Formal Architecture",
63rd Annual Student Art Competition,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville

2010
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills