Page 1

creativity + passion Architectural + Design Portfolio A  D  R  I  A  N    P  R  I  C  E®   Undergrad ’05 + Grad ‘09 + Professional 

01 P R O F ES SION AL T V A C o n s ul t ant s L t d . Orange H i l l T i p p l e st on  P a l m  B e a ch C e n t ral C a n e Gardens C a v e S h e p h erd

02

03

04

05

COMPETITION E N T R Y M i am i  D a w n T o w n 2 0 0 9

GRADUATE M i am i P u b l i c  B a t h s T h e s i s 

U N DERGRADUAT E Ci v i c c e n t er P e d e s t ri an B r i d g e

DESIGN+EXPERIMENTATION O b ject j D e v e l opment K i w a n o S p a t i a l E x p l o r at i o n F u r n i t ure D e s i g n  P r o j ect Graphic D e s i g n


01 P R O F ES SION AL T V A C o n s ul t ant s L t d . Orange H i l l‐ R e s i d ent i al C o n d o T i p p l e st on P a l m  B e a ch C e n t ral C a n e Gardens C a v e S h e p h erd

c o n t r i b u t i o n Lead designer/Assistant g Project j Architect; responsible p for takingg the p project j from conception p to final completion p and handover. Project was originally a hotel but clients requested that the property show a new tropical façade and become a middle class condominium. My responsibilities apart from design, included being the main client contact, and chairing project meetings throughout the design and construction phases. I worked closely with the engineers to redesign the interior structure in order to accommodate the spatial requirements for change of use. Clients sold all units months in advance based on the preliminary design and 3D illustrations. Project was completed on‐time and within budget in Summer 2007.


01 P R O F ES SION AL T V A C o n s ul t ant s L t d . Orange H i l l T i p p l e st on‐ R e s i d ent i al P a l m  B e a ch C e n t ral C a n e Gardens C a v e S h e p h erd

c o n t r i b u t i o n Lead designer/Assistant Project Architect; worked with clients to generate the style off architecture hi they h envisioned ii d and d then h made d proposals l which hi h were presented d in i a series of project meetings. With this success I was asked to complete the project documentation, preparing approximately 60‐75% of drawings.


01 P R O F ES SION AL T V A C o n s ul t ant s L t d . Orange H i l l T i p p l e st on‐ R e s i d ent i al P a l m  B e a ch C e n t ral C a n e Gardens C a v e S h e p h erd


01 P R O F ES SION AL T V A C o n s ul t ant s L t d . Orange H i l l T i p p l e st on P a l m  B e a ch C e n t ral ‐ M i x e d ‐ use C a n e Gardens C a v e S h e p h erd

c o n t r i b u t i o n Assistant Architectural Designer; responsible for preparing a series of design options for this mix‐used project. With a j b d budget off 4 Million illi USD US and d high hi h client li expectations i I was able bl to balance b l architectural hi l esthetics h i with ih smallll project economical yet effective detailing and spatial organization. Assisted with project management, budget monitoring, preparing work schedules and preparing project time schedules using Gantt Charts to identify critical paths of the project . Chaired preliminary meetings with consultants ( mechanical and structural engineers, contractor and quantity surveyors) in a collaborative method of information sharing. Wrote project reports and consulted on detailing specifications with CADD technicians. Assisted with the review of tender bids.


01 P R O F ES SION AL T V A C o n s ul t ant s L t d . Orange H i l l T i p p l e st on  P a l m  B e a ch C e n t ral ‐ M i x e d ‐ use C a n e Gardens C a v e S h e p h erd


01 P R O F ES SION AL T V A C o n s ul t ant s L t d . Orange H i l l T i p p l e st on  P a l m  B e a ch C e n t ral C a n e Gardens‐ M u l t i  F a m i l y  R e s i d ent i al C a v e S h e p h erd

c o n t r i b u t i o n Architectural Designer responsible for creating master‐plan proposals for a id i l community. i C ll b Collaborated d with i h clients, li consultants l and d city i planning l i residential officials throughout the preliminary and development phases of the project. Prepared promotional and marketing material which was successful at bringing pre‐ construction sales and financial investments. Prepared building department compliance drawings for approval.


01 P R O F ES SION AL T V A C o n s ul t ant s L t d . Orange H i l l T i p p l e st on  P a l m  B e a ch C e n t ral C a n e Gardens C a v e S h e p h erd‐ R e t a i l

c o n t r i b u t i o n Lead designer responsible for proposing new interior layouts and detailing for a retail ki a new identity. id i Prepared d and d presented d project j schemes h to clients. li company seeking Created as‐built drawings and new design proposal as 2D and 3D illustrations. Performed field research on company brand and identity surveys in an effort to generate client and brand trends. Collaborated with structural engineer in the design of sky lights and store front glazing design.


adrian.price  caroline.joseph  rene.onate.jr

02 COMPETITION E N T R Y M i am i  D a w n T o w n 2 0 0 9


a point within a system It is a physical manifestation of energy generated by Downtown Miami’s connected flow of  urban kinetic systems; human and mechanical. aa landmark within a fabric landmark within a fabric It is Downtown Miami’s beacon to the resident, visitor and passer‐by indicating an activity  point within the city’s urban fabric. an icon within a city It is a symbol of Downtown Miami’s identify as a diverse and dynamic center.

02 COMPETITION E N T R Y M i am i  D a w n T o w n 2 0 0 9


02 COMPETITION E N T R Y M i am i  D a w n T o w n 2 0 0 9


The design concept focused on  creating dynamic circulation  systems internally and creating an  external skin which filters light,  accentuates the perimeter  circulation and creates a unique  façade.

03 GRADUATE M i am i P u b l i c  B a t h s T h e s i s 


The Baths, Miami Beach is  located at the intersection  of Lincoln Road and Alton on  South Beach. The site is  considered to be an  important node and point of  intensity along Lincoln  Shopping Mall.  

03 GRADUATE M i am i P u b l i c  B a t h s T h e s i s 


The Bath House can be  recognized as a ritualized  space of convergence  between themes of the  body, architecture and city.  y y The project will operate on  the assumption that a  public bath facility caters  to a community and that  such a facility can be  understood and be a civic  edifice.   difi

03 GRADUATE M i am i P u b l i c  B a t h s T h e s i s 


03 GRADUATE M i am i P u b l i c  B a t h s T h e s i s 


03 GRADUATE M i am i P u b l i c  B a t h s T h e s i s 


03 GRADUATE M i am i P u b l i c  B a t h s T h e s i s 


04 U N DERGRADUAT E Ci v i c c e n t er P e d e s t ri an B r i d g e


04 U N DERGRADUAT E Ci v i c c e n t er P e d e s t ri an B r i d g e


04 U N DERGRADUAT E Ci v i c c e n t er P e d e s t ri an B r i d g e


05 DESIGN+EXPERIMENTATION O b ject j D e v e l opment K i w a n o S p a t i a l E x p l o r at i o n F u r n i t ure D e s i g n  P r o j ect Graphic D e s i g n


05 DESIGN+EXPERIMENTATION O b ject j D e v e l opment K i w a n o S p a t i a l E x p l o r at i o n F u r n i t ure D e s i g n  P r o j ect Graphic D e s i g n


To critically analyze the make up and structure of  the Kiwano, we created contrasting sections for  our analysis. The object is made up of an array of  elements, such as a lemon like skin with spike  protrusions, seed, soft tissue and a jell like  d f d ll l k substance. Contrasting Sections

05 DESIGN+EXPERIMENTATION O b ject j D e v e l opment K i w a n o S p a t i a l E x p l o r at i o n F u r n i t ure D e s i g n  P r o j ect Graphic D e s i g n


Surface analysis with the use of  Real Flow software illustrating how  fluids will behave when in contact  with the structures surface, texture  and slopes. d l

05 DESIGN+EXPERIMENTATION O b ject j D e v e l opment K i w a n o S p a t i a l E x p l o r at i o n F u r n i t ure D e s i g n  P r o j ect Graphic D e s i g n


05 DESIGN+EXPERIMENTATION O b ject j D e v e l opment K i w a n o S p a t i a l E x p l o r at i o n F u r n i t ure D e s i g n  P r o j ect Graphic D e s i g n


Design solution B seeks to create functional wall art using  the basis of field relationships, organization and structure  with the intention of activating vertical surfaces. This  solution also addresses the possibility for prospect and  refuge. Through the use of flexible fabric the user sinks into  a presumably safe, personal and intimate retreat.  

The tubes  represent the architectural objects (points of  intensity) as found in the urban fabric with the frame  acting as the infrastructure and support structure, while  the fabric represents the synthetic environment which  unifies the field.   

05 DESIGN+EXPERIMENTATION O b ject j D e v e l opment K i w a n o S p a t i a l E x p l o r at i o n F u r n i t ure D e s i g n  P r o j ect Graphic D e s i g n


05 DESIGN+EXPERIMENTATION O b ject j D e v e l opment K i w a n o S p a t i a l E x p l o r at i o n F u r n i t ure D e s i g n  P r o j ect Graphic D e s i g n


Florida Association of Furniture  M Manufacturers Scholarship Award  f t S h l hi A d Winning Entry.

05 DESIGN+EXPERIMENTATION O b ject j D e v e l opment K i w a n o S p a t i a l E x p l o r at i o n F u r n i t ure D e s i g n  P r o j ect Graphic D e s i g n


05 DESIGN+EXPERIMENTATION O b ject j D e v e l opment K i w a n o S p a t i a l E x p l o r at i o n F u r n i t ure D e s i g n  P r o j ect Graphic D e s i g n


creativity + passion Architectural + Design Portfolio A  D  R  I  A  N    P  R  I  C  E®   Undergrad ’05 + Grad ‘09 + Professional 

Career Portfolio  

Architectural academic and professional work

Advertisement