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Gaia Spectrum Building Improvements + Additions

Architectural services for exterior and interior changes to a 3,000sf, 1904 brick building used as the headquarters for Gaia. The design integrates the most sustainable features, systems and materials available to the project, including vertical harvesting, intended to reach LEED Platinum, WELL Building Platinum and Living Building Challenge. The conceptual direction applies a modern, free-addressing, open, collaborative atmosphere to a building with great local/regional heritage.

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DaVita Playa Offices

Design and engineering services for a 50,000 sf improvement project to the client’s existing offices. The design creates a series of interjections into the existing building in order to promote an entirely new environment and design sensibility, along with a much-improved sense of place and organization. The overriding sensibility is that of a Southern California beach environment. Design and engineering services for a 50,000 sf improvement project to the client’s existing offices. The design creates a series of interjections into the existing building in order to promote an entirely new environment and design sensibility, along with a much-improved sense of place and organization. The overriding sensibility is that of a Southern California beach environment.

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Santa Monica Residence

Architect for a 7,000sf single family residence with accessory dwelling and separate garage, pool, and exterior spaces. This home has been crafted and designed with a sophisticated set of sustainable, automation and material features.

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Confidential Grow Client

Architectural services for a fully-vertical, multi-license manufacturing operation in Los Angeles. The design brings new life into a large urban parcel and its multiple buildings and structures. The client’s mission and vision center on health and wellness, community and job creation.

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Broadway Trade Center

Architectural services in support of RNL, in order to take an existing 1 million sf retail/office building and convert it into a thriving mixed-use center with retail, office, residential, hotel and other uses.

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New Canaan Private Residence

Architect at KBL for a 20,000 s.f. new brick residence and related site improvements in the character of an English country manor home. This grand residence was the outcome of a careful study of the client's overall goals including lifestyle for a family of four and a requirement for extensive entertaining space and guest accommodations.

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Co-Living Koreatown - On The Boards

Architectural services for the design, planning, programming, residential modules, amenity spaces, parking, etc., for a Tier 3 TOC zone co-living center in Koreatown, Los Angeles.

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Port of Los Angeles Headquarters Building

Principal at AECOM for extensive renovations and additions to the entry and associated spaces for this 1980-era exo-skeletal administrative office headquarters for one of the largest ports in the world. The design creates a new and vibrant image for the Port and connects it, visually, with the waterfront.

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Port of Los Angeles Berth 93 Cruise Terminal

Principal and Design Lead at AECOM for interior improvements to the passenger embarkation and disembarkation spaces at this heritage west coast cruise terminal.

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Low-Income Wilmington - On The Boards

Architectural services for the design, planning, programming, residential modules, amenity spaces, parking, etc for a Public Benefits Low Income Facility with 49 units in Wilmington, Los Angeles This building has been conceived of as both shipping container built and modular, off-site constructed. The building also includes parking for the neighboring SRO.

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Weston Private Residence

Architect for an 8,000sf luxury market speculative residence designed to meet the client’s objective of creating a “Nantucket Colonial” inspired home. Project received awards and was sold while in construction.

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505 W Woodbury Road

Architectural services for design of building and site improvements including new exterior amenity spaces for tenants, jogging/walking trail, improved parking, along with conceptual development of a new office building on campus.

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The Garage

Architectural services for design of a new retail concept in an existing 1-story building. Services included zoning and code research, program establishment with the client, conceptual design elements and initial branding and graphics direction.

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Bell Canyon

Architectural services for the planning and design of a unique home in the Los Angeles hills. With nearly 2 acres of bi-sloping land, the property includes an 11,500sf exceptional residence, a separate working studio an avocado orchard and n owner’s vineyard. The main house is three stories with one level set into the hillside. A large plinth creates entry and private outdoor areas including pool, dining and relaxation areas. The lower level contains a 2000 bottle wine storage, lounge area with orchard views and a 4-car garage.

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ADP

Programming and reconfiguration of departments located in two adjacent buildings. The basis of this work was the inclusion of new “agile” areas, providing departments with integrated flexible work/creative/meeting

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21-25 Leonard Street, Norwalk, CT.

Design of a 25,000 s.f. mixed-use project combining eighteen residential units with 10,000 s.f. of community and office space. This facility takes advantage of a land swap arrangement with the city to recreate a neighborhood streetscape suitable for one, two and three bedroom cooperative apartments. Community spaces serve the residents and others. Office functions create an unparalleled county-wide center for housing services.

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Bank of New England Headquarters

Lead at KBL for the design of new corporate headquarters interior fit up for this large New England based bank. Executive level included extensive millwork, custom finishes, lighting and selection and placement of artwork.

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Rowayton Woods Condominium Association

Architectural services for various improvements to and documentation of existing building elements including decks, balconies, stairs, landings, roofing, siding and gutters at a 200 unit, 24 building condominium complex. The work also included the discovery and review of detrimental and/or failing conditions and the design of appropriate replacement and improvement items.

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Confidential Client

Architectural design services for a new two-story retail/commercial building to be located at the intersection of two prominent streets. The work consisted of analyzing zoning and local codes, analyzing the site and its context, programming the two story building and arriving at a conceptual design that fit within the client’s financial and schedule constraints.

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Nelson Residence

Architectural design of various additions including a Playroom with extending gable roof over a new expanded Dining Room and Entry, the addition of a Storage Room/ Workshop above an existing garage and a new kitchen, master suite, laundry and second bath for a large Cape Cod style home. The process of this project included the application for and award of a change to the inland wetlands mapping in the town of Darien, Connecticut.

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Bihler Residence

Alterations and additions to a two-story 1920's colonial replica residence with previous extensions including the addition of new Master Bedroom Suite and extensive renovations to Kitchen, Halls, Laundry and Exterior Rear Entry.

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Los Angeles Police Department Headquarters

Principal at AECOM for this 500,000sf new administrative office center with onsite and remote parking facilities. This building and site promote a new image for the police department and provide a setting that is open to the public while secure for the occupants. The project was awarded in several ways including LEED Gold and the project team received a Building Team of the Year Award from AIA/LA 2006-2010

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Kutting Weight

Interior improvements to an office and warehouse space developed for a purveyor of fine quality athletic gear. The space made use of shipping containers, raw finishes and industrial fixtures, in an open plan, in order to convey a strong character, while creating an efficient front and back of house operation.

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Dolce Vita Restaurant

Interior improvements to a beach community restaurant with a dining experience based on 1950’s Rome, the movies, music, art and style of that time.

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M1

Concept design of major alterations and additions to an elementary school intended to breath new life and purpose into an outdated property, at the same time, creating a vibrant and enriching learning environment. 2012

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Master Plan and Concepts – Confidential Client

Principal at AECOM for the programming and early concept development for a mixed use site. Development options included several combinations of office, housing and production space. 2008

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Pacific Concourse Core Improvements

Interior improvements to a commercial office building used as a private university. Improvements included restroom renovations, signage and graphics locations, stair super graphics and circulation definition.

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Arminta

Interior improvements to a commercial office and warehouse building used by a federal agency.

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Atlanta Police and Fire Department Headquarters

Principal at AECOM for the design of a new, state-of-the-art administrative center for Atlanta’s Police and Fire Departments. The design incorporates all administrative and related functions, parking for employees and the general public, along with an open public plaza enhancing a sense of openness of government. 2006-2007

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Geary Pacific Showroom and Warehouse

Interior improvements to a commercial office and warehouse building used by a provider of building mechanical equipment.

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Rolling Stone Headquarters

Lighting Designer at TPJG for 70,000 s.f. magazine editorial and administrative office space for a world-renowned magazine. The design concept promoted a non-corporate atmosphere with unique and custom lighting sources, locations and resulting effects, while providing efficient levels of lighting for the spaces needs.

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Pier 66 Seattle

Cruise Architect for a feasibility study with set of proposed enhancements for this successful west coast cruise terminal in order that it serve larger vessels making use of the facility, both as home port and port of call.

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Half Moone Cruise Center

Architect for an assessment and set of proposed enhancements for this successful cruise terminal and event center with the goal of preparing for larger vessels making use of the facility, both as home port and port of call.

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Cruise Terminal Competition Win – Tangshan

Principal Architect for a two-vessel modern cruise terminal serving the needs of the largest cruise ships in the world with a facility that meets all functional needs and creates a dramatic sense of place, arrival and departure in a new waterfront setting. The building design takes cues from the concept of yin and yang.

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Blue Hill Plaza

Lighting Designer and Architect for alterations, additions and other interior improvements to a previously under-leased multi-story commercial building complex. Improvements included new restaurant, cafeteria, entrance lobbies, landscaped atrium, site landscaping and parking, and common corridor improvements. 1983-1997

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Stamford Yacht Club

Architectural, furniture and furnishings services for the restoration and renovation of various rooms and an addition to a 100 year old private yacht club.

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Port of Galveston - Terminal 2 Expansion Concept

Design Architect for a concept design and D/B pursuit of a 70,000 sf expansion to this very well-received cruise terminal, designed originally by MCTIGUE’s Principal while at another firm. This concept adds to the existing 70,000 sf warehouse to create a modern, fully functioning passenger terminal serving the needs of vessels with over 4000 passengers.

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Kai Tak Cruise Terminal

Principal and Cruise Space Planning Architect at AECOM for a full program, modern cruise terminal serving the needs of multiple vessels while providing a retail and public space set of amenities. The design is referential to forms in Chinese and Hong Kong culture and creates a visually stunning form in a rare open space waterfront setting with direct views to and from Hong Kong Island.

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Port of San Diego Cruise Terminal and Multi-Purpose Concept

Principal Architect at CH2M Hill for a state of the art multi-vessel cruise terminal set on a modernized finger pier. This facility incorporates cruise terminal and all ground transportations and operations, parking for cruise passengers and a roof-top retail and public access feature linked to two high-rise hotels, parking and retail.

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Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Concept

Principal Architect for a multi-vessel, full program cruise terminal with sweeping form designed to bring light and air to ground transportation, provide all required cruise program spaces in a visually strong space and provide nearly 500,000sf of retail space with a land-form sky-deck roof experience for passengers and public alike.

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Singapore Cruise Terminal

Principal in Charge, Project Manager for the concept development of a modern, multi-vessel cruise terminal with VIP experience and public viewing deck, all designed to promote a sense of water and land gateway. This finger-pier style terminal addresses the needs of the largest class of vessels.

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Port of Galveston - Terminal 3 Conceptual Design

Principal Architect for the feasibility, concept design and preferred alternative development of a third cruise terminal facility integrated into the existing two-terminal cruise site. The work includes building and site programming, operational analysis, building space planning, conceptual design and preferred alternative development.

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Port of Los Angeles Outer Harbor Cruise Terminal Concept

Principal at AECOM. This multi-vessel cruise terminal design places all building programmatic elements beneath a roof-top experience for public and cruise passengers alike. The design promotes the ability for people to enjoy the views of harbor, land and sea while passengers embark and debark the largest vessels on the seas.

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