Vince DeLuca

Vince DeLuca

Huntington, NY, US



I am an intermediate architect/ industrial designer interested in conceptual design, and the inner workings to make ideas come to life.  I am a very hands on person, and I love to sketch by hand.  Automotive design and fabrication is a large part of my life.   I founded a small design and fabrication company in 2011, spinFAB Design Studio, in which I have brought to life, several of my designs for various markets, and am continuing to do so..

I am seeking full time employment at a design oriented firm in New York.

I have about 8 years of primary experience with Vectorworks and Form Z as both 2d and 3d drafting tools, in addition to proficiency in the following programs:

Vectorworks, AutoCAD, Sketch-Up, Form- Z Radiocity, Photoshop, inDesign, Illustrator, Adobe Flash, Adobe Go Live, and am currently learning Solidworks for three dimensional product design.  

I am fully versed in graphic design and layouts, conceptual design work, physical models, photography, in addition to the more standard practices of an architect including construction documents, details, code work, renderings, material and technique research, etc.   I am an overly detailed person with a wide range of skills, and eagerness to take on any type of task given.



Harry Allen Design, New York , Senior Designer

led interiors division of a multidisciplinary design firm. All design, construction documentation, and construction administration stages of many projects at varied scales.

Mar 2012 - May 2013

Centre Studio, New York, NY, US, Architect

Jan 2010 - Oct 2011

Chapman Architects, New York, NY, US, Architect

Jun 2008 - Dec 2009

Reilly + Associates, Architects, Sea Cliff, NY, Architectural Intern

May 2006 - Sep 2007


Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, MA, US, MArch, MArch, BArch

Dual degree programs, Bachelor of architecture, and Master of Architecture programs

Aug 2003 - Sep 2010


Alpha Ro Chi Award recipient, 1st Place

Architectural design and professionalism.


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