Hoyeon Kim

Hoyeon Kim

Dumont, NJ, US





Bachelor of Architecture: Graduation Date: May 2012


Cetra Ruddy, New York, NY

Architecture/ Interiors Intern

  • Prepared and edited schematic designs to meet client's approval
  • Participated in meeting with clients to further refine designs and finishes
  • Routinely edited and prepared construction documents
  • Investigated and selected finishes and specifications for hospitality and high-end residential projects
  • Executed site survey
  • Used professional concept to derive schematic programs/ designs for a residential project

David Yum Architects, New York, NY

Architecture Intern

  • Edited and created construction documents for renovation projects
  • Incorporated research to conceptual diagrams to effectively communicate design intentions

Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

Computer Lab Monitor

  • Monitored lab and plotters
  • Used knowledge of computer design tools to aid students



Adobe Suites, Rhino, Auto Cad, Revit, Grasshopper, SketchUp, Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Adroit model maker, Fluency in Korean



CetraRuddy, New York, NY, US, Intern

Architectural Intern

Jan 2012 - current


Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, US, BArch, Architecture

The liberal arts areas require 48 credits, of which 12 are taken within the School of Architecture, 6 credits in Humanities and Media Studies, 6 credits in Cultural Studies, 6 credits in Mathematics and Science, and 6 in Social Science. The remaining 12 credits are taken as elective courses from the School of Liberal Arts and Science. The remaining Electives category is composed of 15 credits of professional electives selected from courses offered by the School of Architecture’s undergraduate program, and 12 all-institute electives, selected from courses offered by any school in the Institute. By purposefully selecting courses within all elective areas during their last four semesters, students can develop their own unique architectural education based on their own needs and goals. This personalized fourth-year curriculum is directed toward a culmination in the fifth-year degree project. Individual curricula may be developed to place more emphasis on such subject areas as design, preservation, building technology, history & Theory, planning, construction management and urban design in the final two years of study. The degree project year completes the student’s academic architectural experience with an in-depth design study, preceded and accompanied by research. The degree project is executed with the guidance from critics chosen by the student. Undergraduate architecture students may also be interested in a Minor in Construction Management as well as options combining the undergraduate degrees with various master’s degrees in planning and facilities management.

Sep 2007 - current