Tiffany Kim

Tiffany Kim, Columbia University
New York

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Tiffany Kim is an honor student at student at Columbia University pursuing a Bachelor of Architecture (BArch), Architecture and Visual Arts. Her experience includes a product internship at Kathy Kuo Home, an e-boutique specializing in eclectic line of furniture, home accessories and linens with a global flavor and elegant presentation. Tiffany planned, budgeted, and oversaw 3 interior design projects, including A+E Networks’ Executive Lounge, and completed and uploaded 420 product data from 4 vendors onto multiple e-commerce market platforms: Kathy Kuo Home, Houzz, Amazon, and eBay.

Tiffany Kim also interned at JDS Development Group, a real estate development, construction, and acquisition firm based in New York City. She coordinated details of architectural and electrical construction drawings for Stella Tower, a 52-unit condominium in Hell’s Kitchen, the development of SHoP Architect’s-designed 626 First Avenue, an 800-unit rental on the East River, and 111 West 57th Street, a condominium and conversion of the landmark Steinway building.

Tiffany also has social media experience, having  executed CHIYOME’s social media strategy including Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, and Tumblr as their Spring intern.

When she is not designing, Tiffany Kim practices collegiate archery. She took second-place in the Collegiate Olympic division at the Connecticut State Indoor Championships, led the Lions at the East Regional of the USCA National Indoor Championships to stand in fourth place nationally, and captured a gold medal in the individual recurve at the Eastern Regional Intercollegiate Archery Championships to earn All-East Team honors

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