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SAIF HAOBSH

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ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN 09.2013

05.2012 09.2012

New Jersey Institute of Technology

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Interdisciplinary Design Studio - Honors College

Newark, NJ, USA

Fabrication Shop Manager

Student of Entrepreneurship

Instruct students on various tool and methods for model making Operate laser-cutters, CNC machines and modeling equipment Tool maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting

Present real life solutions to modern day architectural issues faced across the globe as business plans and technical proposals

Symbiosis Design Ltd.

Amman, Jordan

Architectural Intern Worked on site analysis, programming, design development, 2D drafting, 3D modeling

05.2011 05.2012

SIGN2000

Freedom By Design - AIAS NJIT

Project Manager Create, plan, and oversee projects for the designing of handicap accessible spaces

Clifton, NJ, USA

Graphic Designer Designed and produced signs, flyers, posters, and vinyl-cut lettering Developed construction documents, and shop drawings for architectural signage

New Jersey Institute of Technology Newark, NJ

College of Architecture & Design Honors College Major: Architecture Degree: Bachelors of Architecture

AutoCad Revit 3D Studio Max

Lasercutting 3D Printing CNC

Rhino V-Ray Grasshopper

Photoshop Illustrator InDesign

Light Installation 2012 & 2013 - Brooklyn, NY

Designed and fabricated light installations for the 2012 and 2013 SUPERFRONT fundraising gala

Publication January 2012 - Amazon

Awards 2011 AIA-NJ Scholarship Award Albert Dorman Honors College Scholarship NJIT Faculty Scholarship NJIT Design Showcase 2010-2013 AP Scholar with Honors Circassian Foundation Scholarship 2011-2013

Saif Haobsh 17 Stonyridge Drive Lincoln Park, NJ

Tectonics: The Architect’s Tool

Brick Build Mock-up 862 571 1449

April 2012 - NJIT

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Designed and produced fabrication documents for a sculptural brick mock-up in an academic competition

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Architecture Portfolio  

Saif Haobsh PROJECT LIST: 01] IRONBOUND BRANCH LIBRARY [02] INTERGENERATIONAL RURAL EDUCATION CENTER [03] NEWARK EDGE HOUSING [04] PERFORMI...