Dante Sandoli

Dante Sandoli

New York, NY, US

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I have been actively involved in the architectural profession for two decades. My experience has covered most phases of development and production: pre-design, schematic design, design development, construction documentation, graphic architectural design (both hand rendered and 3-D generated), construction administration, and graphics (Adobe CC 2018, SketchUp with VRay, and other BIM tools). Upon graduation and as an honors student at Drexel University, I've had my student work exhibited at the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery as part of the annual student & faculty exhibition.

I recently completed an evening graduate program geared toward working professionals in the field of architecture and interior design.  In May 2017, I obtained my Master of Arts in Sustainable Interior Environments at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, NY, graduating Summa Cum Laude.

Continuing my professional development is important.  I am in the process of completing the NCARB Architectural Registration Exams toward licensure and I have two remaining exams to obtain my New York State architectural license, targeting completion of these exams this year (2019).

I continue into the field of architecture embracing the technological tools, materials, and methods that are shaping the way we design and build.  At the same time I continue the traditions of hand drafting, sketching, and rendering to marry the old and new. 

My current working environment has given me the ability to apply and build on the knowledge I have by allowing me to use BIM modeling as a way of advancing architecture through technology.


3-D Modeling/Rendering and Hand Renderings



IA Interior Architects, New York, NY, US, Associate/Senior Job Captain

I am currently a Senior Job Captain and Project Manager for a major, national co-working client, overseeing technical and design documentation for multiple sites across the country. Most recently, I was promoted as an Associate to the firm.

Sep 2016 - current

Marner Architecture, New York, NY, US, Project Manager

In my role as Project Manager for Marner Architecture, I managed large scale, corporate interior projects including a 170,000 GSF law firm in Roseland, NJ. I oversaw the design development, construction document, construction administration, and coordination of projects within the office. Our office solely used Revit. As part of the commitment to using Revit, I managed the office's Revit models, created projects and families, developed standards, and assisted the staff in Revit troubleshooting.

Sep 2015 - Sep 2016

Two One Two Design, New York, NY, US, Design Supervisor

At Two One Two Design, I was the Design Lead and Supervisor for our retail and wholesale clients as well as for cooperate office projects. I worked directly with clients to provide design concepts, layouts, and fixture design packages. Upon approval, I worked directly with the design team, the architectural team, fabrication vendors, and project management to insure complete and accurate fixtures, design concepts, and interior build-outs.

Apr 2014 - Sep 2015

TPG Architecture, LLP, New York, NY, US, Project Architect & Revit Manager

I worked within the retail studio at TPG Architecture, furthering my Revit skills by assisting in the development of Revit prototypes for our retail clients.

Aug 2013 - Apr 2014

JDavis Architects, PLLC, Philadelphia, PA, US, Intermediate Architect & Revit Manager

At JDavis Architects I worked on several mixed-use and multi-family residential projects in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. region. Our Philadelphia office worked on dynamic residential projects including urban infill sites and adaptive reuse projects both locally and outside the Philadelphia region.

Sep 2012 - Aug 2013

SaylorGregg Architects (formally Dagit Saylor Architects), Philadelphia, PA, Intermediate Architect & Revit Manager

At SaylorGregg Architects, I was a dynamic team member at the intermediate level while also integrating and developing BIM modeling processes into several of their most recent projects as a Revit Manager. The Revit Manager overseas and teaches modeling practices and techniques to the office staff for all Revit-based projects. Through the duration of the active project, the Revit Manager also conducts a detailed coordination with all other disciplines to achieve a beneficial, integrated BIM model to be utilized well beyond the completed construction and into the life of the building.

Projects (Most Recent First)

1. The ARCH - Student Center at The University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Complete Interior & Exterior Restoration/Renovation of existing 29,000 GSF bldg.

Staff/Intermediate Architect, Revit Manager and Project Coordinator of Revit Models from all disciplines (MEP and Structures).
-Tasks include design development, construction documentation, consultant coordination and responsible for design presentations including 3D rendered Revit images for .ppt presentations to the client (PENN) and the Philadelphia Historical Society for approval.

2. Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts Expansion, Bethlehem, PA
5,000 GSF temperature controlled addition to house the museum’s most fragile and historically important pieces.

Staff/Intermediate Architect, Revit Manager and Revit Instructor for staff at Saylor/Gregg Architects.
- Tasks include Revit instructor to the project staff, design development, construction documentation, consultant coordination and assistance with presentations including 3D rendered Revit images for .ppt presentations to the client (Kemerer) and the Historical Architectural Review Board (HARB) of Bethlehem, PA.

Jan 2011 - Sep 2012

H2L2 Architects Planners, Philadelphia, PA, Architectural Designer, Intermediate Architect and Revit Instructor

At H2L2, a firm that was in continuous operation for over 100 years, I contributed to several local and international projects including the South Street Bridge in Philadelphia, PA, Temple University's new gymnasium expansion, and tenant fit-outs in historic Manhattan properties working directly with NYC Landmarks and SHPO. I also worked on various American School campuses in Amsterdam, Kenya, and Abu Dhabi by assisting in the developement of their master plans. In the land planning department I contributed to the development of 10 and 15 year expansion plans for several regional college campuses. Through the use of Revit and other 3-D modeling software I generated models and renderings for marketing, presentation & construction purposes.

Projects (Most Recent First)

1. TD BANK (In-Line Store Conversions)
New York City and surrounding areas

Architectural Designer, Intermediate Architect, and Revit Coordinator
-Tasks include schematic design, design development, construction documentation, construction administration, consultant coordination, on-site visits and meetings. Coordinated with NYC Landmarks and SHPO on historically significant site. Also responsible for the generation of 3D rendered Revit images for client approval (TD BANK).

2. South Street Bridge

Architectural Designer, Intermediate Architect, and Revit Coordinator
-Tasks include 3D modeling for approval by Major/Deputy Majoy of Philadelphia and The Streets Department.

Other projects include: Temple University - Pearson/McGonigle Gymnasium Expansion, State Office Building - Apartment Conversions, and American School Campuses - Master Plans.

Mar 2008 - Dec 2010

The Martin Architectural Group, Philadelphia, PA, US, Assistant Project Manager & Lead Designer

At Martin, I became an integral part of their design team by advancing to lead designer for several residential projects including a LEED certified community in Barnaget, New Jersey.

Mar 2004 - Mar 2008


Fashion Institute of Technology, State University of New York, New York, NY, US, Masters, Sustainable Interior Environments

I completed a two year graduate program from FIT and obtained my Master of Arts in Sustainable Interior Environments. The program was geared toward working professionals within the field of architecture and interior design.

My research and thesis topic was 'Resiliency in Open Space Design through Neighborhood Initiatives and Community Participation'.

I graduated Summa Cum Laude with a 3.95 cumulative GPA.

Aug 2015 - May 2017

Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, US, BArch, Engineering, Interior Design and Architecture 2+4 Program

First Year Engineering Courses (Physics, Calculus, Chemistry, Engineering Design Lab, and Humanities (formulated for engineering students).

First year Interior Design Courses (Design I, II, III; Art History I, II, III; Basic Drawing, Drawing for Interiors, The History of Modern Architecture, & Interior Design Theory).

Complete Curriculum of the 2+4 Architecture Program (BArch).

Sep 1996 - Jun 2010


The Harriet and Charles Stern Sustainable Interior Environments Award, Award

The award acknowledges a student's outstanding academic achievements in the program of Sustainable Interior Environments at FIT.


Finalist for The Michael Pearson Architectural Thesis Prize Award of 2010, Honorable Mention

The Michael Pearson Architectural Thesis Prize Award occurs at the final semester of Drexel University's Bachelor of Architecture Program each year and it is the final component to the program. There are approximately 10 Thesis projects selected as finalist and three winners are selected out of the finalist: Gold, Silver, and Bronze. I was a finalist for my thesis, The Lenni-Lenape Cultural Center, Research Facility, and Living Museum and I was selected to have my thesis to be exhibited at the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery with the three thesis winners and two additional finalists.


Phi Eta Sigma - National Honor Society at Drexel University, Award

Phi Eta Sigma is a National Honor Society that recognizes students in their freshman year who maintain a 3.5 GPA or higher for their first two semesters.


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