Noah Garcia

Noah Garcia

New York, NY, US




Nov 2012 - current

RMJM, New York, NY, US, Jr. Architect

Junior Architect: Responsible for the development and presentation of all design and construction phases.
Projects Include:
-Baha Mar (under construction), Hotel and Resort, Nassau, Bahamas: Construction documents, code drawings, specification revisions, door and window schedules, edge of slab plans, interior design coordination, MEP and structural coordination.
-Imperial College London + Nanyang Technological University – Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine – design competition for the Medicine Clinical Science Building (Novena Campus) and the Experimental Medicine Building (Yunnan Campus): Production and presentation of competition materials.
-Huawei Research and Development Centers in Wuhan (under construction) and Nanjing, China: Schematic design, design development, digital modeling, drafting, rendering, book composition.
-Sejongro Hotel (under construction), Seoul, Korea: Schematic design, design development, sketches, modeling, drafting and book composition.

Jun 2011 - Nov 2012

Arquitectonica, Miami, FL, US, Intern Architect

Arquitectonica, ArquitectonicaGeo, Laurinda Spears Products, Miami, FL, 2007-2008:
Intern Architect: Involved in schematic design, design development and construction document phases for commercial, civic and residential projects.
Projects Include:
-The New Miami Art Museum, Miami FL: Landscape and canopy design development, physical and digital model building, material specifications, sustainability research.
-Biscaye Landing, Miami, Florida: Landscape design, lighting design, material specifications, sustainability research and analysis, construction documents, model building, design details.
-WolfGordon: Textile design for wall paper, upholstery and clothing.
-Lighting Design: Shop drawings and physical full scale mock-up fabrication.

May 2007 - Mar 2008


The Cooper Union, New York, NY, US, BArch, Architect

Sep 2005 - May 2010


Center For Architecture Award in honor of the Make it Right Foundation, Scholarship

Received based on efforts in Ghana:

RTKL and The American Architectural Foundation, Traveling Fellowship recipient,
January – August 2009: Fellowship culminated in the design and construction of sustainable structures in Jirapa, Ghana, West Africa, which implemented indigenous techniques while addressing contemporary needs


Leopold Schepp Foundation Scholar, Other

Leopold Schepp Foundation Scholar, 2008 – Present:
The Foundation supports the work and research of individuals who aim to improve the general welfare of mankind.


Areas of Specialization