Duc Nguyen joins us for his first submission into the Architect-US Portfolio Challenge, and we are excited to highlight his work, as he is a Job+J1 Visa Program Alumni. Duc through the Job+J1 Visa Program worked extensively with our Founder, Pati Garcia, and we were able to find him a position at a top firm in New York City, Handel Architects. Duc has worked across the world, starting in Hanoi then moving to Singapore then ending up in New York City.
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With this perspective on the global architecture discourse, his first submission is highly anticipated. Sun Marina Town is a project that shows Duc’s experience with all aspects of creating a set of papers, ranging from sketching to design papers to construction documents to the concern for natural lighting.
Duc has an extensive career across the globe, but he views his experience in Italy as key to his design prowess. He was able to complete his Masters at the Politecnico di Milano, after finishing his Bachelors in Hanoi at the National University of Civil Engineering. It is always important to travel as much as possible through different professional experiences to show your interest in work abroad.
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Images by Duc Nguyen
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