Huy Nguyen

Huy Nguyen

Fort Wayne, IN, US



There are many similarities between my two favorite interests: architecture and cooking. Both require a perfect combination of elements. In cooking, a little addition of salt may ruin the dish. In architecture, a beautiful building can become ugly if a material is used more than needed. I love the challenge to perfectly combine components in order to create exquisite buildings.

I have a bachelor's degree in architecture and am currently working on my first year of master's of architecture program, I have a basic architectural understanding and design skills with essential programs such as: Revit, AutoCAD, SketchUp, Adobe Photoshop and InDesign. 

I am eager to learn more about architecture in reality. Every day I ask myself if I have learn more than the previous day. I am willing to work hard in any position in the architecture profession to broaden my knowledge and sharpen my skills.



MKM architecture + design, Fort Wayne, IN, US, Graduate Architect

Jun 2015 - current

Ball State University, Muncie, IN, US, Teaching Assistant

I was helping professors in preparing documents and answering students' questions about using digital design programs.

Aug 2013 - Nov 2013

P.A.C.E Architecture, Hanoi, Vietnam, Architectural Intern

I helped senior architects made models and developing detailed construction drawings.

May 2013 - Jul 2013


Ball State University, Muncie, IN, US, MArch, Architecture

Aug 2013 - current

Hanoi Architectural University, Hanoi, VN, BArch, Architecture

Sep 2007 - Jan 2014


FuturArc Competition, Honorable Mention


International Student Design Competition on Low Carbon Cities in Asia, 1st Place


Award for Outstanding Community Service Poster - UIELSP 2011 at University of Notre Dame, 2nd Place


Undergraduate Intensive English Language Study Program, Scholarship

The Undergraduate Intensive English Language Study Program provided participants with intensive English language training, with a focus on English language acquisition, leadership skill building, and civic education and engagement. The primary focus of the program was intensive English language coursework, but programs also include components on leadership training and participating in community service and volunteerism that is focused on issues such as public health and wellness or environmental conservation and sustainability. Throughout the program participants attended a number of cultural events and excursions and have opportunities to interact with American citizens.


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