CBT Architects: 2019-2021
I worked on a range of project scales at CBT with a diverse team of architects, landscape architects and consultants. Key projects I worked on include: a mixed-use redevelopment of a 5.2-acre site in the Allston/Brighton neighborhood consisting of two lab buildings and a residential complex; a retail and office building on Newbury Street, Boston; an adaptive reuse project of an underused office building in Waltham, and a mixed-use development of residential and retail units in Back Bay.
I am grateful to work alongside principals and senior designers where I learned specific parameters and analysis methods for optimizing underperforming assets to achievable projects. While communicating with the public, client and city, I practiced the extraction of cultural elements into schematic concept design, and was exposed to the whole spectrum of possible implications on every design move.
Sasaki Associates: Summer 2018
The 10-week internship started off with a two-week design charette project exploring the future of autonomous vehicle’s impact on the urban fabric. A diverse intern cohort of urban designers, architects, civil engineers and marketers worked collaboratively to create a comprehensive plan and design for the city of Somerville, MA.
The remaining eight-weeks work experience consisted of project-based assistantships. These includes a winning competition entry for the New College of Florida; Programming, drawings, renderings, physical model making and diagramming for the Lawrenceville School-Athletic Complex Project.