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Hoang Le

Hoang Le

Dallas, TX, US

 

About 

Hoang Le was born in Saigon, Vietnam and came to the U.S. when he was 21.  He graduated from high school in Vietnam and holds a diploma in graphic design from Arena Multimedia.  He graduated from UTA with a B.S. in Architecture in 2016. Through his education, Hoang has developed a strong fundamental knowledge of architecture and practical skills in concept design, 3D modeling, and visualization. His passion for architecture helps him keep moving forward to observe, learn, and practice more in this competitive field. Since he has started to know about architecture, Mies van der Rohe, Renzo Piano, BIG, and Herzog & de Meuron are his most admired architects. Hoang has learned a lot from these strong characteristics and he feels confident to be able to create and develop his own style and philosophy in his architectural career. He spends much of his free time reading online articles on design, and loves to participate in design competitions. 

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Employment 

Omniplan Inc., Dallas, TX, US, Architectural Designer

Jun 2016 - current
 

Education 

The University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX, US, BArch, Architecture

Jun 2012 - May 2016
 

Awards 

First Place Award, CAPPA Café and Gallery Competition, UTA, 1st Place

CSI Dallas and CAPPA invite students to submit proposals for conceptual designs for the new CAPPA Café and Gallery. The CAPPA café will provide a place for the CAPPA community and others to eat, study, and gather in one of the most inviting places on the UTA campus. The adjacent hallway gallery will provide a venue for ongoing exhibitions of the work of students, alumni and other professionals in the community. The winning proposal will be considered and altered to be built to provide a new social environment for CAPPA community.

2015
 

Winner of Freedom By Design Competition 2015, 1st Place

This competition is open to all of the students and faculty from the University of Texas at Arlington. The participant is challenged with redesigning the interior courtyard of the Cary Middle School. The project will be funded and the winning proposal will be built to provide a better learning environment for the school.

2015
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills