Scott Baker

Scott Baker

San Jose, CA, US



I am Scott Baker, a passionate architect and designer with experience in various architypes from masterplanning to high-rises to commercial interiors.  This experience developed out of a continuing desire to acquire knowledge which has led me many places. One such place consisted of a two year stent in Shanghai, China, where I not only grew as an architect and designer, but where I also had the opportunity to manage a project from conception to construction. 



Luk Studio Design, Shanghai, CN, Intermediate (Middleweight) Designer

-- Assisting with creative designing and document preparation
-- Developing and managing office graphic standards
-- Maintaining construction details library
-- Maintaining material library, both physical and digital


Nov 2013 - Jun 2014

K.F.Stone Design International Inc. Canada, Shanghai, CN, Junior Architect

Concept designing, spacial/programing organization, and digital model building for various projects through the use of Rhino, SketchUP, and AutoCAD

Jun 2012 - Nov 2013

Michael Brady, Inc., Knoxville, TN, US, Intern Architect

Part of the Computer Aided Design (CAD) Core Team, tasked with correcting mark-ups and doing 3D Modeling on a wide range of project types using mainly Revit Architecture as the primary computer software.

Feb 2012 - Apr 2012


The University of Tennessee - Knoxville, BArch, Architecture

Grand Tour: Lombardi e Veneto
Study Abroad in Italy
Explored in public urban spaces as well as historic architecture in the northern part of Italy including Como, Vicenza, Venice, Florence, Rome, and other cities
May 2009

Aug 2005 - May 2010


Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement (EURCA) Award Winner, Architecture Category, Award

Presentation Design: Book Design and Poster Design


63rd Annual Student Art Competition, Design Category, Nomination

Beijing Nation Stadium Magazine Spread


University of Tennessee 2009 Study Abroad Photo Contest, 2nd Place

Photograph: Sketching the Villa Rotunda


62nd Annual Student Art Competition, Fine Arts Category, Nomination

Light Modulation Sculpture


National Architecture Accreditation Board (NAAB) review exhibition, Award

Light Modulation Sculpture


Areas of Specialization