Haruka Enokido

Haruka Enokido

San Francisco, CA, US

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323 Collective, Los Angeles, CA, US, Junior Designer

Assisted architects in all phases of design and construction for high scale residential projects in LA. Produced design proposals for clients, created architectural drawing sets in Revit and AutoCAD, and conducted code research for permitting.

Aug 2020 - current

William Duff Architects, San Francisco, CA, US, Architecture Intern

Participated in schematic design, design development, and construction document
stages for local retail, residential, and commercial projects in San Francisco.
Presented in design development meetings, prepared design pamphlets for client
presentations, produced construction documents, and conducted material research
for commercial and retail projects.

May 2019 - Dec 2019

Shigenori Uoya Architects and Associates, Kyoto, JP, Architecture Intern

Participated in design process for houses and hotels in Kyoto, Japan by updating drawings in AutoCAD and creating models for client meetings. Assisted in correspondence and translation for international clients.

May 2018 - Aug 2018

BAA Advertising Agency, Berkeley, CA, US, Creative Project Manager

Created marketing collateral and oversaw the team’s creative work for businesses and organizations in the Bay Area with advertising and branding needs.

Jan 2018 - Jun 2018

Bahia Beach Construction, Bahía de Caráquez, EC, Volunteer

Built a bamboo house in Bahia, Ecuador while learning about bamboo architecture, sustainable design, local entrepreneurship, and disaster relief under Bahia Beach Construction, a local construction company.

Jun 2017 - Jul 2017

Kukan Keikaku, Osaka, Architecture Intern

Assisted in the design of a housing subdivision in Osaka. Conducted material research and built 3D models used for client presentations.

Dec 2015 - Jan 2016


University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, BArch, Architecture

Aug 2016 - May 2020


Judith Lee Stronach Travel Scholarship, Scholarship

The Judith Lee Stronach Travel Scholarship encouraged learning and experiencing new places and cultures with an underlying mission of social responsibility. I applied for the scholarship with the intent of understanding more about the power of architecture and its impact on regeneration efforts in communities victimized by a natural disaster. I had seen first hand the effects of natural disasters when visiting the communities of Tohoku, Japan, and wanted to learn about innovative regeneration efforts from the responses of other countries. Upon receiving the scholarship I was able to volunteer for Bahia Beach Construction, a construction company that provided a truly sustainable form of aid to those victimized by the earthquake by providing locals with construction training using local bamboo.


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