Kendra Ramirez

Kendra Ramirez

Los Angeles, CA, US

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I am an architectural designer looking to secure a long term position in residential design. I believe that through architecture we are able to create individually tailored environments for each client.  Through appropriate space planning and the implementation of environmental design, we can utilize natural site features to create moods and enhance spaces while developing a sustainable project. 


MHA (Michael Hong Architects), Culver City, CA, US, Architectural Designer

Facade and fenestration design, drafting, analyze building codes, space and site requirements, and technical documents. Prepare presentation documents. Participate in a continuous team effort to design hospitality and multi use projects in places such as Las Vegas, Anaheim, and Saudi Arabia. Prepare architectural documents from concept to design development.

Oct 2016 - current

MYNG architects, Santa Monica, CA, US, Architectural Designer

Drafting, sketching, interior design, space planning, and general office work. Collaborate in a fast paced environment with a team of designers and architects to remodel and refurbish healthcare facilities across Los Angeles and nearby counties. Prepare Architectural documents from concept to construction documents.

Nov 2014 - Oct 2016

Maxi Spina Architects, Los Angeles, CA, US, Research Assistant, 3d Modeler

Drafting, diagramming, 3d modeling, research, organization of research, teamwork, meeting deadlines, assist with the design of New Keelung Harbor International Competition.

Jun 2012 - Aug 2012


Woodbury University, Burbank, CA, US, BArch, Architecture

Completed the 5 year program of Architecture in 4 years by fast tracking and studying abroad for two summers in South America. Design studios focused on site specific design, housing, steel competition, urban design, revit, and interventions within historical sites. Digital fabrication and revit workshops were taken to improve knowledge of programs.

Aug 2010 - May 2014

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