Antonio A. Perez
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Afghanistan Military Defense University Rendering of Flag Plaza at entry to Academic Headquarter. Modeled with Sketch Up 7.1 My Role: Co Designer for plans and elevations and created the SketchUp rendering. Team lead by Don Hedrick. Additional Credits: Client Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment (AFCEE)
Pharmaceutical Client requested a conceptual 3D plan test fit out of their programmatic requests for this proposed facility. Entry to facility is located at lower center of 3D view My Role: 3D ModlerA Additional Credits: Program Manager and Designer Steve Litman
Thesis project was a corporate research and development center with offices in Philadelphia along Market Street with proximity to Drexel University and University of Pennsylvania. Concrete and steel structure with metal cladding, Stone. This model was generated AutoCAD LT and AutoCAD.
Thesis project was a corporate research and development center with offices. Location Philadelphia along Market Street with proximity to Drexel University and University of Pennsylvania. Concrete and steel structure with metal cladding and stone with two story glass façade entry along the arcade with staggered floors above stepping out from the glass wall. Interior: Two Lecture Halls. Art / Exhibit Spaces. Main Central atrium space concept based on the Ford Foundation buildings built in NYC also with trees. Main courtyard functions for eating and hosting events. Building footprint takes up the entire city block. +/‐90% of the roof faces north. An alleyway in the rear (North side) serves as the main way for deliveries and access to a floor below grade . There is an adjacent smaller block on the east side will serve as a new parking garage. Drawn with AutoCAD My Role: Designer / 3D CAD
Manufacturing with Offices Study ‐ 3D Steel, CMU with Metal Panel system. Production Facility. My Role: 3D Design Lead Additional Credits: Program Manager and Design Lead Steve Litman
Manufacturing with Offices Study ‐ 3D 3D Overview: Steel, CMU with Metal Panel system. Production Facility. My Role: 3D Design Lead Additional Credits: Program Design Lead Steve Litman
Corporate Interior The Client wanted simple yet identifying features and elements to identify its floor plan layout for employees and visitors alike. In the plan organization by department, aisle ways and walls were used to identify groups and columns to identify dedicated areas and special uses at those column locations while using a pallet of colors also. The big blue columns were all sized equally and due to their large size could be easily viewed above the modular furniture to help serve as focal points in the different areas. The column location serve to be where multifunction printers and non‐multifunctional equipment is located since the cubicle space with the column left enough space for that purpose. The break areas were designed to have a residential quality to serve as a change to the corporate setting in plan. I used a kitchen setting as what you may have at home to serve as a mental relaxed setting in taking your break. High end solid wood cabinets were used and came within budget. With the interior design coming in under budget it allowed the company facility director to purchase art for the walls which was not in the original budget. The art was placed at locations were a person could see them at the end or along an aisle way bringing yet another focal element. (Art work was not installed at the time the pictures were taken.) Furniture and modular system used was Herman Miller.
View of Aisle way showing one of the blue columns. The client during construction was concerned with the oversized blue columns though once the carpeting and furniture layout was in place the columns communicated and accented the area locations and were not overbearing as they could have been interpreted to possible be. The columns made their statement and the queue for the blue was taken from there trademark logo. The other individual colors used which were softer in their tone to identify certain group areas worked in conjunction to make the space seem larger and more appealing to those working there and visiting. In bringing the site facility director to understand what I was providing in design, material and colors I achieved their original program requirement which was to make this new area lighter in feeling then the area they were coming from. The only items we reused were that we bought the same Herman Miller furniture and carpet and the overall affect was achieved with plan layout, minor details and softer palette of colors with the exception of the large blue columns and hi‐lighted conference room entrances that were hi‐lighted in the maroon color as shown in two other photographs. Furniture and modular system used was Herman Miller. Paint used was Sherwin Williams.
C D Design and Drawing for Egress Stairs in Criminal Justice Center in Philadelphia, Pa. ess Stairs in Criminal Justice Center in Philadelphia In this C D drawing as the others that were related to the stairs and details, I worked along with the Structural and Mechanical designers to align their effort with the Architectural to avoid and clashing of their required design elements with those required by the stairs and their path. There were a total of 6(six) in the building inclusive of egress and inner communication. The building is 18 (Eighteen) stories.
C D Door Schedule with Details – C D Wood Frame Construction Details
Door Schedule with Details ‐ CD
In this C D drawing as the others that were related to the door and openings along with their details, I worked along with the Structural and Mechanical designers to align their effort with the Architectural to avoid and clashing of their required design elements. The details were based on wood residential construction details.
A two (2) story corporate building with Brick veneer Metal stud backing. EIFS entry design element at front main entrance. These details were worked out with the structural engineer and product vendors.