shubhamkirve
Global rank:
9,643 / 42,693
Skill pts: 5
3d architectural rendering 3D Architecture Design 3D Model Design Adobe Illustrator Adobe Premier Pro ArchiCAD Auto CAD CAD Conversion CAD Design Cad Drafter and 3D rendering Concept Design Conversion Lines Plans to 3D Creative problem solving draw plans Enscape Sketchup illustrator Paper to CAD Conversion Photo Editing Presentation Design vray

About

RIBA certified Part 1 Architectural assistant from the Mackintosh School of Art.

A competent problem solver, coming through most during architectural and concept design processes. Innovative at offering alternative solutions and building on proposed ideas with widening digital skills. Compliant to varying workloads and tight deadlines while achieving proficiency at client-based and team-based communication.

Experience

  • Interior Design (Kitchen, wardrobe and storage cabinets) Private Clients · Contact May 2020 – Jun 2020 1 mos Panaji, GA, India Remodelled the kitchen cabinets down to the shelving and assigned exterior and interior colours.

    Designed detailed renders for wardrobes and overhanging cabinets.

    Made a fairly detailed 3D model of the entire apartment to display the cabinets and wardrobes in context to the clients.

    Finished this project successfully with satisfied clients.

Education

  • Glasgow School of Art/University of Glasgow Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) , Architecture and Design, Second Class 2017 – 2021 Activities and Societies: Attended and completed various electives, notably Rediscovering Mackintosh(2019/20) which focused on the conservation and restoration side of architecture. Also had an opportunity to write a thesis on the most common housing typology in Scotlond, Tenements. Collaborated on an architectural project with structural engineers and quantity surveyors (InterACT 2020).


    Participated in collaborative projects with product design engineers, fine artists and part II Architects (Stage 5).

    Took part in several group projects notably one related to creating a master plan for a given site during the Hons. year (Stage 4).