Shilpa Patel

Shilpa Patel

Dallas, TX, US



Laguarda.Low Architects, LLC, New York, NY, US, Associate / Senior Design Manager

| Managed projects for all phases of design and construction administration in China, Brazil, & Russia
| Collaborated on exterior and interior design of mixed-use and retail developments ranging from 40,000 sf - 1 million sf
| Worked directly with clients and traveled internationally for presentation & coordination meetings
| Clients included MEGA IKEA, Jereissati Shopping Centres, China Merchants Group, Multiplan, and Tokyu Shopping Developer

Aug 2008 - current

The Preston Partnership, Atlanta, GA, US, Job Captain

| Collaborated on site planning and design of retail space ranging from 30,000 sf - 300,000 sf. in Atlanta, GA & Washington DC
| Produced construction documents and assisted in management of construction administration
| Clients included Easlan Capital, General Growth Properties, and Cousins Properties

Jan 2006 - Jun 2008

Turner Duran Architects, Houston, TX, US, Design Architect

| Collaborated on design of institutional and corporate interiors space ranging from 4,000 sf - 150,000 sf in Houston, TX
| Produced construction documents and assisted in construction administration
| Clients included various religious organizations, University of Texas Medical Branch, Conoco, and Unocal Midstream

Jun 2002 - Jun 2004


New York University (NYU), New York, NY, US, Masters, Real Estate Development

Schack Advisory Board Scholarship

Jan 2014 - current

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Los Angeles, CA, US, MArch, Master of Architecture II

Charles Moore Travelling Studio - Barcelona, Winter 2005,
Exhibitions: Currents Summer 2004, Student Collective Winter 2005, Heavy Matter May 2005

Aug 2004 - Jun 2005

University of Houston, Houston, TX, US, BArch, Architecture

Honors distinction, Honors College, Mexico City Historic Preservation Travel Scholarship 2000
Universität de Angewandte Kunst, Vienna Study Abroad and Travel Scholarship 2001, AIAS

Jan 1998 - May 2002

Areas of Specialization