Markus Hongmanivanh

Markus Hongmanivanh

Boston, MA, US



My name is Markus Hongmanivanh and I am currently in my last semester of my thesis program in the School of Architecture at Northeastern University, Boston, MA. I am goal oriented and have the urge to learn new skills. Many of my studio projects were group projects and that entailed a great amount of appreciation of patience and a better understanding of organization and time management. My passion is in residential housing and have an abundance of knowledge and desire of designing a place for users to enjoy a well designed home. Currently for my thesis project, I wanted to challenge myself and learn and design something dissimilar from residential design. I am centering my thesis on The Future of Workplace Design with a deeper focus on how flexibility of rooms can introduce comfortability, a choice of how workers want to work, and the ability to shape-shift into another type of work space. 


D2 Engineer, Montgomery Village, MD, US, Computer-Aided Design Intern

 Responsible for developing electrical plans on AutoCAD
 Developed proficient knowledge in planning electrical layouts for commercial buildings
 Maintained an organized filing system for important project documents
 Visited on-site projects to make quick necessary sketches of electrical layout
 Demonstrated the ability to quickly learn about electrical boxes

May 2012 - May 2014


Northeastern University, Boston, MA, US, MArch, Architecture

Sep 2014 - current

Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD, US, BArch, Architecture

Sep 2012 - May 2014

Montgomery College, Rockville, MD, US, General and Architectural Technology

Sep 2009 - May 2012


Future Architects Resources (FAR), Honorable Mention

Baltimore Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and FAR Committee presented the Undergraduate Honorable Mention Citation


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