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PROFESSIONAL PORTFOLIO Anastasios Papadopoulos


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Resume

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LaGuardia Airport Central Terminal B

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MGM Resorts Hotel

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New York Presbyterian Women’s Hospital

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Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Headquarters

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COVID-19 Aftermath & Product Design

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LunchCity: Mobile App & User Interface


RESUME


EDUCATION Harrisburg University of Science and Technology Master of Science in Project Management Roger Williams University: School of Architecture, Art & Historic Preservation Master of Science in Architecture Roger Williams University: School of Architecture, Art & Historic Preservation Bachelor of Science in Architecture Core Concentration: Visual Arts; Drawing/Painting/ Printmaking/ Graphic Design Honors: International Student’s Scholarship International Ambassador for Greece (Student) American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) Athens College High School, Athens, Greece

Expected: December 2021 May 2016 May 2013

May 2009-2013 May 2009

TECHNOLOGY SKILLS Autodesk Revit, BIM360, AutoCAD, Adobe Suite, MS Suite, Google Suite, Bluebeam Revu WORK EXPERIENCE Dynatec Contracting Inc., New York, NY Design Associate producing construction drawings and assisting the PM with the planning, organization, and management of the day to day operations of residential and low-income housing projects in the NYC area Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum, Inc., New York, NY Design Professional who contributed to the design and construction phases of various high-profile projects, including: • New York Presbyterian Women’s Hospital in New York, NY • Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Headquarters Building in Miami, FL • MGM Park Hotel in Nashville, TN • LaGuardia Airport Terminal B Redesign & Development in Queens, NY • Newark Airport Terminal A in Newark, NJ Aerotek, Inc. (Goody Clancy Associates), Braintree, MA • Produced documents for all building design phases • Produced 3D digital modeling for Higher Educational projects Hresko Associates, Inc., Boston, MA • Produced construction documents for all design phases • Produced 3D digital modeling of multifamily residential units LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS OSHA 30 Hour Construction Industry Outreach Issued Feb 2019 – No Expiration Date LEED AP Building Design + Construction (BD + C) Issued Jul 2017 – No Expiration Date LANGUAGES Fluent in English and Greek

April 2020-Present

January 2017-April 2020

1 November 2016-January 2017 October 2016

CONTACT 617.816.4909 apapadopoulos462@gmail.com 120 E 34TH Street, Apt 2G, New York, NY 10016 https://www.linkedin.com/in/anastasios-papadopoulos/


Architectural & Interior Design


LaGuardia Airport Central Terminal B New York, New York, USA


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LaGuardia Airport Central Terminal B New York, New York, USA

Evening aerial view of central terminal b


Daytime aerial view of central terminal b


View from departures road


Terminal B will provide a state-of-the-art passenger terminal and modern New York travel experience. The 35gate terminal will replace the existing 1964 Central Terminal Building and optimize use of the airport’s limited airside and landside real estate. The design for the new terminal will transform LaGuardia Airport into a single, unified hub with expanded transportation access and best-in-class passenger amenities. A phased construction approach allows it to be built on the constrained site with minimal impact to existing operations. To optimize airfield performance and efficiencies, the team devised an island-concourse gate configuration. A pair of pedestrian bridges connects the headhouse to the island concourses. The bridges traverse over active taxilanes and offer sweeping views of the airfield and Manhattan skyline. The interior will feature intuitive wayfinding, ensuring the efficient movement of passengers through the terminal. Other enhancements will include an abundance of natural light at all levels, short curb-to-gate walking distances, regional cuisine and concession offerings, and spacious waiting areas with ample seating capacity. By moving the terminal closer to Grand Central Parkway, the project will expand the airport taxiways by more than two miles and reduce airport ground delays.

Sketch of departures hall concept

Under a 35-year lease agreement with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, LaGuardia Gateway Partners (LGP) will design, build, manage and maintain LaGuardia’s Terminal B. LGP includes Vantage Airport Group, Skanska and Meridiam for development and equity investment; Skanska-Walsh as the design-build joint venture; HOK and WSP for architecture and engineering; and Vantage Airport Group for airport operations and management.


Half of the gates in the new Terminal B will open to the public in 2019. The main terminal area will open in early 2020, and a second set of gates will open in two phases — one later in 2020 and the final phase in2021.

Concept sketch of terminal layout


Roof Plan

Headhouse study model


Pedestrian bridges + airfield

Bridge and aircraft movement below bridges

Concessions + bridge floor plan


1. North-south section

2. East-west section


Departures hall

Departures floor plan


Feature wall study model

Arrivals level


Pedestrian bridge + headhouse connection study model

Pedestrian bridge

Headhouse view of airfield


Concourse waiting area (completed construction)

Concourse entry

Concourse concessions’ area (completed construction)


PARK MGM Nashville, Tennessee, USA


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PARK MGM Nashville Yards, Tennessee, USA

Nashville is well known for its lively character that radiates throughout the city, bringing many visitors annually. The goals for designing the hotel was based on three key principles: To Stand Out and Differentiate: Given the larger Nashville Yards Master Plan development has a language of white brick with dark metal bases and glass curtain wall upper levels, the Parcel 9A design sets out to contrast the neighboring buildings while maintaining a Nashville inspired design aesthetic. To create an Urban District not a Corporate Campus: Like an urban area within a city, buildings adjacent to each other are not intended to look the same or have the same façade system, rather they have their own unique characteristics with similar treatment of the ground level establishing a cohesive urban experience. The design of the different building elements on Parcel 9A are unique to each other while having similar materials utilizing differing color pallets. Pedestrian Focused & Lively Plaza Level: The internal alleys offer a great opportunity to enhance a visitor’s experience on the site through use of vegetation, lighting, outdoor dining experiences and active interior spaces at the plaza level. The design works to enhance this experience through the use of canopies, landscape patterns, overhead string lighting and outdoor seating areas. Providing safety features throughout the site and landscape contributes to an elevated pedestrian experience.

Aerial night view of hotel


Immediate context and site plan


Street view of hotel + music venue


Hotel and music venue entry level


Typical king guestroom

Typical double queen guestroom


Hotel, music venue + mixed use building diagrammatic section


NYP Women’s Hospital New York, New York, USA


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NYP Women’s Hospital New York, New York, USA

Street view of David H. Koch Center


Ambulatory care center and women’s hospital in Manhattan to serve as a comforting and positive environment within the urban landscape. The filter for each design decision was to minimize stress and improve the patient experience. The building also needed to be flexible to adapt to future changes in technology and patient care.

SITE PLAN A. NewYork-Presbyterian David H. KochCenter

Home to a wide range of ambulatory care services, the facility includes outpatient surgery, endoscopy, interventional radiology, diagnostic imaging, radiation oncology, infusion and digestive disease treatments, operation rooms, neonatal intensive care units and much more.

B. Memorial SloanKettering C. Memorial Sloan Kettering CancerCenter D. RockefellerUniversity E. Weill Cornell MedicalCollege F. NewYork-Presbyterian

With its glass-encapsulated wood screen facade and transparent lower floors, the building presents a warm, hospitable face to the community. At the street-level entrance, canopies and a private drive-through welcome guests.

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69th street

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Use of natural stone materials and wood for interior touchpoints in the lobby creates a timeless design aesthetic that continues throughout the building. The wood complements the wooden micro slats that filter sunlight through the energy-efficient windows.

York avenue

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68th street

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A 40-foot-high, daylit main lobby offers patients and their families respite from the congested city. The light-filled interiors continue up through each floor’s sky lobbies and primary circulation areas. Within the main lobby a dramatic staircase invites guests up to a second-story, living room-like space with quiet zones, lounges and dining areas.

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Even with the sophisticated medical equipment, clinical floors have a warm, welcoming feeling. Natural light and views to the outside help patients understand where they are and how to move through the space. Patients ascend onto a floor with access to daylight and city views. Private rooms and community spaces have a hotellike feeling that helps patients feel comfortable.


Corner view of NYP Women’s hospital

Immediate context and roof plan


Entry level floor for patient drop-off

NICU, OR and staff lounge rooms floor level


Operation room (OR): 1. 2. 3.

axonometric view, ceiling plan floor plan

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Labor, delivery and recovery room (LDR): 1. 2. 3.

axonometric view, ceiling plan floor plan

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Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Headquarters Miami, Florida, USA


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Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Headquarters Miami, Florida, USA

Aerial night south view of overall masterplan


Inspired by the form and function of cruise ships, the concept behind the design of Royal Caribbean’s headquarters reinforces the company’s brand while providing much needed new office space for a growing staff. Located adjacent to the company’s cruise terminal on the PortMiami, the building creates a new waterfront landmark while strengthening Royal Caribbean’s presence at the world’s largest passenger port. The building itself becomes a destination. The building’s boomerang shape allows natural daylight to reach deep into the floor plates. Tracing the building’s sinuous form, the edge of each floor extends out 3 to 12 feet to create horizontal shading devices. Accessible terraces are located in zones facing downtown, along the three-story sky garden, around the executive floor and in the southeast corner with views toward the ocean. At night, the building’s edges will be illuminated with LED lighting, emphasizing the curvilinear form and creating a dramatic beacon on the water. Inspired by the hospitality-oriented and experience-driven cruise industry, the interior environment supports Royal Caribbean’s brand ethos. An open workplace plan facilitates collaboration across departments. Interior stairs follow the building’s curves. Other amenities included an auditorium, training rooms and two cafeterias. Connected by a verdant courtyard with native plantings and pedestrian paths, the adjacent parking garage features edges and curves that echo those of the office building. A basketball court, soccer field and track located atop the parking garage provide recreation and wellness areas for employees.

Level 1 plan depicting lobby and offices

Anticipating the impact of climate change and rising sea levels, the resilient design elevates most of the building program and critical equipment. The lobby is more than 15 feet above sea level. Key mechanical equipment is 20 feet above sea level in a mezzanine deck. The plan allows for an expanded dock along the site’s southwest edge, with the building set back 10 feet to create a natural barrier of trees and landscape.


SOUTH BEACH

DOWNTOWN MIAMI

PORT OF MIAMI


SITE PLAN A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

New Building Headquarters New parking structure Fitness center + mechanical Surface parking/ green space Lab building Building 1080 Building 1050 Future Brightline / Virgin Rail station I. New parking structure for terminal K J. Parking structure for Terminal J K. Terminal I

Concept sketch


MASSING STUDY MODELS SCALE COMPARISON

SCALE COMPARISON

1. 2. 3.

1. 2. 3. 4.

New RCCL Headquarters building Empress of the Seas Freedom of the Seas

5. 6.

3D MASSING STUDIES Least desirable infill space

Current Sea level 2035: sea level rise to 1 foot 2045: sea level rise to 2 feet 2100: sea level rise to 4 feet (moderate scenario) 2100: sea level rise to 6.5 feet (high scenario) 2100: sea level rise to 10.7 feet (extreme scenario)

AXONOMETRIC VIEW A. B. C. D. E.

Lobby Auditorium Typical office space desk Cafeteria Sky Garden


MASSING STUDY MODELS


BUILDING SECTION

TYPICAL PLAN

A. Executive B. Open offices C. Lobby D. Auditorium E. Prefunction F. Back of house (BOH)

A. Collaboration B. Pantry C. Green roof D. Convenience stairs E. Elevator lobby F. Outdoor conferences


Twilight view


Auditorium inside the headquarters


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4 1) Level 1 lobby space, 2) Marketplace, 3) Open space offices and meeting rooms, 4) Staircase connection


View toward downtown Miami


Headquarters building section


View of the Sky Garden


View from Bayfront Park


COVID-19 Product design for confidential client for the coronavirus aftermath


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As the nature of this work is confidential, I won’t be able to show any project visuals for the time being. However, I can provide a description of the work that I’ve done since January of 2020. DESCRIPTION As a crucial member of the company and its design team, I worked on the main problem from which the company was born in the first place; visualizing, designing and creating a product for the aftermath of COVID-19, due to the Coronavirus Outbreak. OBJECTIVE To provide clean access to everyone in the world.


COVID-19 |

Confirmed Cases & Deaths by Country

as of July 26, 2020

Source: Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Coronavirus Research Center


COVID-19 |

Trend Analysis by Country

as of July 26, 2020

Source: Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Coronavirus Research Center


COVID-19 |

Coronavirus Data Table by Country

as of July 26, 2020

Source: Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Coronavirus Research Center


COVID-19 |

New Cases/ Government Policy Actions Timeline

as of July 26, 2020

Source: Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Coronavirus Research Center


LunchCity Mobile application for enhancing the user’s experience when dining out


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LunchCity |

Mobile application for enhancing the user’s experience when dining out

DESCRIPTION LunchCity is an application which enables its users to: • • • •

Find a restaurant of their choice based on their location, radius preferences, Reserve a table for a specific span of time, Order and pay for their food prior to their arrival, Have their food orders ready for serving upon their arrival.

Users of LunchCity will be able to share their orders with their selected parties and make live individual changes before each order is placed. The purpose of this application is to save its users a lot of time and turn a quick lunch or business meeting into a lasting experience.


LunchCity |

BACKEND

MODULES • • • • • •

Mobile application for enhancing the user’s experience when dining out

M1: Backend M2: Application Interface (API) M3: Website (Client 1) M4: Mobile App (Client 2) M5: Restaurants administrative interface M6: LunchCity administrative interface

The backend consists of the Database which stores all the data (Users, Restaurants etc.) and transactions (Reservations, Invitations etc.). It implements the business logic: arithmetic operations & algorithms, and communicates with the database storing & retrieving data.

Μ1 M6

Μ2 LunchCity

Μ5

Μ3 Μ4

LunchCity

Μ1


LunchCity |

Mobile application for enhancing the user’s experience when dining out

APPLICATION INTERFACE (API)

WEBSITE

The API acts as an interface between the backend and the various applications that interact, such as the LunchCity webpage, mobile App, or other future clients such as SmartTV and so on. The major role of the API, is to translate the backend output to a meaningful input for the different types of clients and vise versa.

The user website is the main client, with following basic functions:

Μ1

LunchCity

ü ü

User Registration & authentication User Profile editing (User details, Preferred lunch area, Payment method , Preferred restaurants, Preferred lunch time, Friends list)

ü

Select available Restaurant for lunch

ü

Choose the time

ü

Choose items from restaurant menu

ü

Invite your Friends/ Colleagues (send email)

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Review your order

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Finalize order – make payment

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Retrieve your receipt

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Friend accept or reject invitation (host email notification)

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Friend proceed to order

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Share your lunch activity on FB & twitter

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Receive order status email

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Manage Friends/ Colleagues

Μ2

Μ1

LunchCity

Μ3

Μ2


LunchCity |

Mobile application for enhancing the user’s experience when dining out

MOBILE The mobile app shares the same functionality with the user website and more: • • • • •

Geolocation (find local restaurants nearby) Invite friends via SMS (using contacts) Show invitations via application icon Show invitations via push messages Show order status via push messages

Μ1

Μ4

LunchCity

Μ3

Μ2


LunchCity |

Mobile application for enhancing the user’s experience when dining out

RESTAURANTS ADMINISTRATIVE INTERFACE This interface allows restaurants to manage their tables (availability): • • • • • • • • •

Restaurant Registration & authentication Locate Restaurant(s) using Google maps API Manage restaurant & table availability Manage menu & prices (Add, edit, delete, upload photos) Calendar based reservation list Accept & deny reservation Send client notifications Manage restaurant & table availability Statistics (Views on Map, Social shares, favorite adds)

Μ1

Μ5

Μ2 LunchCity

Μ4

Μ3


LunchCity |

Mobile application for enhancing the user’s experience when dining out

LUNCHCITY ADMINISTRATIVE INTERFACE

TIMELINE

The LunchCity interface managing users and restaurants : • • • • •

Users details and statistics Restaurants details and statistics Order details and statistics Manage users & restaurants Manage payments

2 months Website UI & UX design Backend development 15 days

Μ1 M6

API development Μ2

LunchCity Μ5

Μ3

Business requirements, technical document preparation 2 months (Software architecture)

2 months Website development 2 months iOS UI & UX design 2 months

4 months Mobile App (iOS)

Restaurant admin interface Μ4

2 months LunchCity admin interface


CONTACT

617.816.4909 apapadopoulos462@gmail.com 120 E 34TH Street, Apt 2G, New York, NY 10016 https://www.linkedin.com/in/anastasios-papadopoulos/

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Design Portfolio - Anastasios Papadopoulos  

Professional portfolio illustrating UX Design and architectural projects.

Design Portfolio - Anastasios Papadopoulos  

Professional portfolio illustrating UX Design and architectural projects.

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