Alexander Glass

Alexander Glass

Ridgefield, CT, US

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I am proficient with using a variety of different 3D designing and modeling tools, which I have utilized throughout my academic and professional projects. The primary softwares I have used includes AutoCAD, Revit, and Rhino, along with rendering tools like V-Ray, Lumion and Enscape.

To begin all my projects, I typically start with a massing study developed in Rhino to understand how the building will fit within its context of the site. Once I establish a viable mass, I create preliminary floor plans in AutoCAD to determine the layout of the program within the design. Final 3D models are then produced using the floor plans created in AutoCAD which are then either imported into Rhino or Revit, depending upon the complexity of the facade, Rhino is preferred for more unorthodox designs. The final renderings are then created using Lumion or Enscape. Renders are typically brought into Photoshop or Illustrator for additional detailing as well.


Drew Architecture, White Plains, NY, US, Architectural Designer

• Developed 3D models and renderings to communicate design intent effectively and facilitate client presentations.
• Engaged in client meetings and presentations to ensure a seamless alignment with the project’s specifications and client’s aspirations.
• Conducted site visits to assess existing conditions, identify constraints, and to develop design decisions for renovations or new construction.
• Produced detailed architectural drawings, including floor plans, elevations, and sections utilizing Revit, AutoCAD, and other design software’s.

May 2022 - current

Alexander Glass Designs, Ridgefield, CT, US, Founder

• Produced visually appealing renders tailored for developers to enhance their marketing materials.
• Collaborated closely with clients in person to produce preliminary design options that meet their design desires.
• Demonstrated clear use in navigating and interpreting local building codes and regulations by providing feasible design strategies.
• Utilized design software’s to create conceptual drawings, renderings, and diagrams, effectively communicating design ideas and solutions.

May 2022 - current

Schimenti Construction Company, New York, NY, US, Intern

• Acquired a foundational knowledge in project estimating, project management, and field of operations.
• Contributed to a variety of retail projects by calling subcontractors to assemble bids for projects and subcontractor agreements.
• Supported a superintendent’s daily responsibilities by responding to RFI’s, coordinating meetings, and filling out onsite working permits.
• Collaborated with a multidisciplinary team, including architects, engineers, and subcontractors to ensure alignment with the project’s goals.

May 2021 - Jul 2022

Doyle-Coffin Architecture, Ridgefield, CT, US, Intern

• Assisted in coordinating permit submission to local building departments.
• Orchestrated client meeting schedules to ensure efficient communication and collaboration.
• Utilized laser cutting and 3D printing technology to fabricate architectural models, enhancing visual communication of design concepts.
• Participated in onsite walkthrough inspections, by assisting in the measurements of buildings and documentation of pre-existing conditions.

Feb 2018 - May 2018


University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL, US, MArch, Architecture

Aug 2022 - May 2024

Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, US, BArch, Architecture

Aug 2018 - May 2022


AIA Member of the Month - Temple University, Award

I was honored to be recognized as the AIA Member of the Month at Temple University. This recognition reflects my dedication to integrating sustainable design practices and innovative approaches in architecture.


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