Tony Bennett

Tony Bennett

Camarillo, CA, US





Draphics,INC., Camarillo, CA, US, Assistant Principal / Partner

Jan 2011 - Dec 2013


Woodbury University, San Diego, CA, US, MArch, Real Estate Development

The Master of Real Estate Development for Architects program seeks to build upon the unique perspective and ethos of the architect. While architects design the way a building looks and works, they are seldom involved in the decision of exactly what to build. In most developments, the architect is considered only one of numerous players, and is often left to carry out a pre-established vision for the development. We believe cities benefit when architects lead.

The MRED program is unlike a real estate development program where the curriculum is offered in a traditional lecture setting. Instead, the entire curriculum of the 12-month, three-semester program is delivered through a studio-based format.

This course of study introduces more than the typical elements of development. In addition to learning from a broad array of building industry professionals, MRED students work with architects who have been successful as developers through innovation and the invention of specific strategies to overcome financial shortcomings and policy roadblocks. These strategies are studied and shared in the studios.

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Aug 2009 - Aug 2010

Woodbury University, Burbank, CA, US, BArch, Architecture

The Bachelor of Architecture program on the Los Angeles-Burbank campus educates students to become imaginative, entrepreneurial, and ethical leaders in the architecture profession. The five-year, nationally accredited, professional Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) degree engages questions about the built environment across a wide range of topics: building and digital technologies, communication and representation, history and theory, and design inquiry. The goal is to train students not only as architects but also as citizens. They learn to become professional architects who are designers and cultural builders responsive to the challenges of contemporary practice. The BArch takes a broadminded approach to the economic, formal, social, technological, and urban dimensions of architecture.
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Aug 2005 - May 2009

Ventura College, Ventura, CA, US, Associates in Architecture

Sep 2001 - Jun 2005

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