Victor Corona, AIA, is a registered architect in the state of California (C25767) and a graduate of the Los Angeles City College Architecture program with further academic studies in the Architecture Program of Cal Poly, Pomona. He is also a principal of VMC-architecture, Interactive Architecture and Interior Design firm, in Stevenson Ranch California. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, Los Angeles Chapter. With close to 30 years of experience in architecture he has worked on and assisted in managing diverse projects such as the Los Angeles Convention Center Expansion, The MTA North Hollywood Redline Subway Station, and the master planning and expansion of a special school for needy children for The Jeffrey Foundation, a non-profit organization for special kids in Los Angeles. His most recent projects include five Urth Caffe Restaurants, renovation of three golf courses for American Golf, and Habitat for Humanity’s first multi-family project in Los Angeles. Victor brings to the Landscape Architecture Program his extensive knowledge of AutoCAD in the preparation of standard construction documents practices in today’s profession.
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What Students are saying:
[Victor] was outstanding. Perfectly clear in his instruction and extremely knowledgeable about program. Offered lots of individual attention in class and responded to email questions. Wonderful!!