Welcome to my personal DoIT web site. Here you will find my contact information, my job description and projects, links to some of my documents and favorite software / technology web sites and other (useful) information was attracted to landscape architecture while finishing school. I liked the fact that in this area designs of any scale, whether big or small, improve the environment that people experience on a day-to-day basis.

There is a huge variety of work a landscape architect can be involved in. I have been involved in concept design, public consultation, detailed design, preparation of contract documents, tendering of jobs to contractors, supervising construction of jobs, and preparation of photo-simulations for Environment Court hearings, all within the last 18 months!

With this sort of project there is a lot of consultation involved. At the outset we meet with the public and discuss different concepts with them. We also work with architects, engineers, surveyors and the client. Because of the high amount of consultation involved, you need to have great communication skills. Some people understand the jargon and can read plans and construction details, while others can not. It is important that the ideas behind the design are communicated to everyone involved in the consultation process. This helps to ensure we receive useful feedback from which to make changes.

Although a lot of design work is done on computers these days, an ability to sketch ideas while talking to people cannot be underestimated.

Once the concept has been given the OK, we then tender out the work to contractors, who then employ sub-contractors with specific skills such as electricians, paving contractors and carpenters to get the job built. We supervise the project through to completion and work with the contractor to ensure the best quality job is produced, within budget and on time.

It's a great feeling to take a space that is rundown and transform it into an area that people will enjoy using and being in. It is also exciting to see people getting interested in a project and becoming a part of the design process, and to see the job built and being used, enjoyed and appreciated.

Saman Sorbi
NO,12 pezeshkpoor Allay ,
Valli-e-asr st,TEHRAN-IRAN

Tel (home) :+98 21 4211987

Tel (office) :+98 21 8901234 , +98 21 8904494

Fax : +98 21 8899514
E-mail:
sam@sorbi.us

Objective

An architect - Interior designer

Experience 

 

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Ideh no designers group
Exhibition and interior designer / Administrative assistant

6/2002-until now   

 

 

Designing, management and supervise 10 designers, prepare meetings and corresponding with managers, exhibition design and supervising the construction project, made an animation and also a multimedia for the projects, etc...

 

 

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Choob Tarhe Novin. Co

4/2000-6/2002

 

 

Designer and art director of projects including amphitheater, conference salons. Management and directing at 25 workers. Preparation project materials. 

 

 

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Sima Choob International.co

2/1999-4/2000

 

 

Design, manage and directing 7 designers, preparation of meeting, correspondence with another managers, preparation of designs for different presentation.

 

 

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Shiraz Mechanic Oil.co

6/1997-2/1999

 

Testing the pipe line, directing the project testing, preparation of pipe line testing materials.

 

 

 

Education

 

M.A degree in architect Tehran university (first grade in architect and the second grade in civilization)

B.S degree in English translation Allameh university

Member of Iranian architect society

Member and writer of official catalogue of 12th international exhibition of home & office furniture, decoration & interior design

Participated in 15 group exhibitions

Participated in 9 solo exhibitions

 

 

 

Skills

Discreet 3dmax 5.1

Adobe photoshop 7.0

Corel Draw 11

AutoCad 2002-4

Poser5

Multi media builder 4.9

Microsoft power point

Microsoft word

Adobe image ready 7.9

Micromedia flash 5,mx 

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Contact Sam: sam@Sorbi.us

All Right Reserved By SAMAN SORBI Copyright 2002-2004

(TEHRAN-IRAN)


Last updated 25 May 2004