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PATRICK O. SOARES 4665 Nw 22nd St | Coconut Creek, FL 33063 561 | 603 8395 psoar003@fiu.edu www.patrickosoares.com : @patricksoares : patrick soares : Patrick Soares


EDUCATION

August 2011 - April 2014

Florida International University | Miami, FL Masters of Architecture | Magna Cum Laude

August 2009 - May 2011

Palm Beach State College | Boca Raton, FL Associate of Arts in Architecture | Dean’s List

PROFICIENCY

DIGITAL

Autocad, Rhino, Maya, SketchUp Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign Ecotect, RhinoDIVA MS Office

PHYSICAL

CNC Milling, Laser Cutter, Physical Model 3D Printing

English, Portuguese, Spanish

LANGUAGES

AWARDS & DISTINCTION

May 2014 nomas_LA Publication | super-architects.com

April 2014

Magna Cum Laude Graduate | Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society

April 2014 Excellence in Design Award - M. Arch Thesis nomas_LA February 2014

Stuck Together Pieces | suckerpunchdaily.com NYC 3d Printshow | MONAD STUIO

August 2013

Rhythmicity | suckerpunchdaily.com Art Center of South Florida | MONAD STUDIO

December 2012

Savannah Artist Residence Studio project part of the permanent exhibition


PROFESSIONAL

August 2006 - Present

PrimeOne Appraisal Group, Inc. | Coconut Creek, FL State Certified Real Estate Appraiser | President I started PrimeOne Appraisal Group in the fall of 2006. The firm valuates real estate in the entire state of Florida. PrimeOne is specialized in high-end residential appraisal. • Founder • Responsible for maintaining profitability and viability of the firm. • Oversees all operations of the practice. • Mentoring new appraisers

May 2013 - April 2014

Independent Study Internship | Miami, FL Monad Studio | FIU The internship was setup as an independent study structure. At Monad Studio we developed various installation pieces. _Art Center of South Florida Exhibition - 06/2013 _3D Printshow, New York City, - 02/2014 After the success of those 2 pieces we also developed a installation for the XenoCulture exhibition in SCI-ARC. - ongoing • Participated in digital file preparation for fabrication • CNC mill operation • Post Production finishing • Work closely with principal designers: Eric Goldemberg & Veronica Zalcberg.

April 2004 - December 2006 Gregory Beck Appraisals, Inc. | Plantation, FL State Certified Real Estate Appraiser | Trainee Gregory Beck Appraisals is a residential appraisal firm covering Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties. • Real estate appraiser • New business development • Mentoring March 2001 - January 2003

Sir Speedy Graphics, Inc. | Deerfield Beach, FL Graphic Designer | Creative Director • New business development • Branding coordinator.


The only thing you take with you when you’re gone is what you leave behind. - John Allston


table of

CONTENTS 9The City’s Stage | 21Courtyard Performing Arts Center | 29Writer’s Residence | 35Artist’s Collective | 43StiltsWalk | 51111 Brickell Ave | Downtown Miami, FL

Savannah, GA

Savannah, GA

Stiltsville, Miami, FL

Brickell, Miami, FL

Downtown Miami


_study model


CITY STAGE | DOWNTOWN MIAMI The performing arts center in downtown Miami is situated on a privileged corner plot. The design strategy focuses on giving back to the city. At the ground level, overhangs and cantilevers make public gesture inviting the community into the building’s more intimate areas. The performing arts stage is transparent void in the middle of the building acting like a gift box to the downtown area. The stage is gently situated on the 3rd floor for optimal viewing from the street levels. The project also focused on developing real world scenarios of the building process. Part of the process was the verification of the building’s viability through construction documentation.


AUDITORIUM

ART/DESIGN STUDIOS ART/DESIGN STUDIOS

AUDITORIUM 2ND AVE

2ND AVE

PRACTICE ROOMS

1ST ST

PRACTICE ROOMS

RESTROOMS

GARDEN

CORRIDOR

GARDEN GARDEN

ADMIN

SHOPS

SHOPS

1ST ST

CORRIDOR

GARDEN

FLAGLER AVE

FLAGLER AVE

ADMIN

CLASSROOMS

CLASSROOMS

RESTROOMS

GREAT HALL

GREAT HALL

GARDEN

GARDEN

ART/DESIGN STUDIOS SHOPS PRCT RMS SHOPS

AUDITORIUM

ART/DESIGN STUDIOS

PRCT RMS

ART/DESIGN STUDIOSAUDITORIUM

CLASSROOMS ADMIN

AUDITORIUM

GREAT HALL

CLASSROOMS ADMIN

GREAT HALL

PRACTICE ROOMS

RESTROOMS

GARDEN

CLASSROOMS

SHOPS

1ST ST

CORRIDOR

GARDEN

GREAT HALL

ADMIN

VS.

GARDEN

VS. ART/DESIGN STUDIOS SHOPS PRCT RMS

CURRENT CONDITION

AUDITORIUM

CLASSROOMS ADMIN

GREAT HALL

CURRENT CONDITION

VS.

MORE EFFICIENT & UNIFIED CONDITION ?

MORE EFFICIENT & UNIFIED CONDITION ? MORE EFFICIENT & UNIFIED CONDITION ?


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1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

1

1ST FLOOR SCALE: TO FIT


2

SOUTH ELEVATION SCALE: 1/16” = 1’0


WALL DETAIL SECTION

03

Revisions Revisions #

Date

Comments

01 02 03

GRADING BAR 03. ADA Requirements 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

GRADING BAR 03. ADA Requirements 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

SCALE: 1/2 DATE: JULY 25, 2013 PATRICK SOARES

7. 8.


1

2ND FLOOR

exercise name:

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7.

6.

5.

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3.

2.

1.

01

06/18/13

S101

PATRICK SOARES

DATE: JULY 25, 2013

SCALE: 1/16

03. ADA Requirements

GRADING BAR

02 03

Date

Revisions Revisions #

Comments

STRUCTURE PLANS

_structure grid


3

_plumbing axonometric

_plumbing plan

THIRD & FOURTH FLOOR


RETURN SUPPLY

_hvac axonometric 3

THIRD & FOURTH FLOOR

_sprinkler system plan

13


_grading + drainage plan

_grading + drainage section


ART CENTER | MIAMI BEACH The subject is located on the east-west axis at the edge of the famous Ocean Dr. I propose a project that is sustained by this axiality. In order to capitalize on this influence, the procession became about exploring paths to get back on this axis with minimal disturbance. A remote coastal starting point encourages maneuvering around the elements and through the site. The procession starts on the beach, beyond the dunes, and ends at the threshold of Collins Blvd. An “edge” has emerged as an important context in this proposal. Buildings in the surrounding areas appear to have its boundaries clearly defined both in plan and section. This design solution celebrates the defined edge around the exterior but speaks to protecting something on the interior, “The Courtyard.” Program has been organized around the courtyard to promote interaction.

_sectional study model


_stage and patio


_program distribution CROW’S NEST

1000 SF

ROOF TERRACE

3RD

OUTDOOR SEATING AREA STAFF OFFICES ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES CONFERENCE ROOM CLASSROOMS PERFORMANCE SEATING PERFORMANCE SPACE

2ND

MALE RESTROOM FEMALE RESTROOM LIFEGUARD LOCCKERS ROOMS DINING HALL KITCHEN SHOWERS

PUBLIC MALE RESTROOM PUBLIC FEMALE RESTROOM MECHANICAL AREAS (LG)

1ST

MECHANICAL AREAS ATV STORAGE EQUIPMENT STORAGE GENERAL STORAGE ENTRY LOBBY CIRCULATION AREA

_unfolded section sketch

2000 SF

3000 SF


_outdoor circulation

PATRICK O. SOARES

PROF. NIKOLAY NEDE


_first floor

PATRICK O. SOARES

PROF. NIKOLAY NEDEV

FLOORPLANS

SCALE: 1/8

_third floor _second floor


_axonometric section


_longitudinal section


_study model


WRITER’S RESIDENCE | SAVANNAH, GA The carriage house is understood as a threshold, blurring the area of activity of the street, garden and main house. The front end of the house, facing Jones Ln, is an area that is influenced by vehicular and foot traffic, noise, and more public activity etc. Naturally, this is a more agitated area having more to do with service. Thus, I let the program be influenced by such. Specific areas such as balcony and cooking areas were exposed by either pushing the building back or eliminating hard enclosure such as windows, this allows more street activity to have an impact on the program. The part of the house nearest to the garden is what I understood to be the more intimate space as it faces the main house and garden. The garden negotiates the threshold between the main house and the carriage house.


_axonometric section

GARDEN

_first floor

UP

GARDEN

UP

_second floor

WRITTING AREA

BALCONY

BATHROOM

KITCHEN

BEDROOM BATHROOM

BALCONY

WRITTING AREA

BALCONY

LIVING AREA

DOWN

KITCHEN

BEDROOM


_rear render


_study model


_sectional stepping axonometric


_study model


ARTIST’S COLLECTIVE | SAVANNAH, GA The Artist Collective is located in Savannah, GA. The design found inspiration in the famous Savannah squares. More specifically the 3 lost squares of Savannah’s history. The city has an exciting urban culture that exposes an incredible opportunity for the development of spaces of interaction. As a goal the project looks beyond just the organization of program, but towards the creation of spaces that offer the opportunity of interaction that is stimulated and encouraged by the program. Thus the 3 lost squares are resuscitated within the design.


_main patio render


_original city fabric

-approach student service general public

_the lost squares

_contextual procession


_entry patterns

5’

13’

URBAN SPEED CONTEXTUAL PROGRAMMATIC ANALYSIS

RESIDENTIAL

SITE

COMMERCIAL

1 Min 3 Sec. 13 Sec. 52 Sec. 12 Sec.

40 Sec. 11 Sec. 30 Sec. 10 Sec.

0 Sec. 0 Sec.

_solar analysis

10 Sec. 6 Sec.

_lost squares


EXTERIOR DINING

JOHNSON SQUARE

DINING HALL MECHANICAL AREA

KITCHEN

LOBBY

PUBLIC GALLERY UP

EMERG. EXIT

26

27


_study model


SECTION AA DORM

SECTION BB

DORM

LIBERTY SQUARE

EXTERIOR DINING

DINING HALL

GALLERY

SECTION BB

WALL SECTION DETAIL

DORM

DORM

DORM

LIBERTY SQUARE

EXTERIOR DINING

DINING HALL

GALLERY

_dorm section SECTION BB

_dorm plan AXO SECTION DETAIL

_dorm axonometric


STILTSWALK | STILTSVILLE, MIAMI BEACH StiltsWalk focuses on the Stiltsville area in Miami, FL. Stiltsville is an important, although, forgotten part of Miami’s history. The village, perched upon stilts, are located about 1 mile offshore and were considered the “South Beach” of the rich and famous in the 30’s and 40’s. Since then the homes have been plagued by fires, hurricanes, and a general dis-interest by Miami officials. I am proposing to revitalize the area with an alternative program. In it’s prime, circa 1965, Stiltsville was a flourishing community comprised of 27 houses. Currently 7 structures remain roughly 10 ft. above the waterline. Tidal activity in this area range from as low as 1ft. during low tide and 3 ft. during high tide. During a hurricane surge the highest tide recorded was 11 ft. above the normal waterline. Activities in Stiltsville ranged from lavish parties to the facilitation of gambling and alcohol consumption during the prohibition era. Current regulations state that houses that sustain more than 50% damage may not be rebuilt. This design solution activates the areas between the remaining 7. It also references and celebrates the history of the fallen houses. My strategy is to develop a dynamic boardwalk based on my own procession circulating these homes. My approach to the property was from the Bill Baggs Lighthouse off of Cape Florida in Key biscayne. I also attempted to observe and interpret the volume of activity in the area. Additional layers of information were also considered such as sand beds, land formation, erosion and deposition, hurricane paths and their destruction. By analyzing this multi-layered information system this boardwalk was injected with informed complexity.


*site analysis

DONNA ANDREW

BETSY

HURRICANES PATH

KEY BISCAYNE

LIGHTHOUSE

PROCESSION & INFLUENCE

LAND FORMATION

PARK BOUNDARY

SITE


_preliminary studies

BETSY

ANDREW

lighthouse connection

house to house connection

DONNA

house to house friction

sand bed mapping BETSY

BETSY DONNA ANDREW

ANDREW

BETSY

BETSY

DONNA

ANDREW

DONNA

DONNA ANDREW

BETSY DONNA ANDREW

kayak procession

hurricane devastation

hurricane paths

remaining structures BETSY

ANDREW

BETSY

BETSY

DONNA

ANDREW

DONNA

DONNA ANDREW

BETSY DONNA ANDREW

BETSY

BETSY

ANDREW

DONNA ANDREW

DONNA

Largest Population 27 properties BETSY DONNA ANDREW

BETSY DONNA ANDREW

Stiltsville “Millionaires Row”

BETSY

BETSY

DONNA ANDREW

DONNA ANDREW

BETSY DONNA

ANDREW

Raids

12

Stiltsville Fate is unknown

Hurricane

BETSY DONNA ANDREW

Complaints

1

Hurricane Betsy Must sign Leases

Hurricane Andrew 7 sites remain

Allowed Public Use

BETSY DONNA ANDREW

BETSY DONNA ANDREW BETSY

ANDREW

1930

1940

DONNA

1950

1960

1970

1980

1990

2000

2010


SLOW PACED Area of reflection & solitude. Boardwalks are wide and ample. Interaction is minimal.

FAST PACED Interaction is encouraged. Boardwalks are interweaving and juxtaposed on each other.

PAUSE Area of opportunity for the emergence of impromptu program

INTERSECTION Convergence area of slow, fast, and pauses.


111 BRICKELL AVE | DOWNTOWN MIAMI Brickell is an intriguing vibrant neighborhood where the demographics range from the young creative professional to the super wealthy. We propose a multi-use high-rise that will adequately engages the diversity of the Brickell community This high-rise addresses the permanent residential, the temporary residential, institutional and commercial. The main driver of the project is the creation of value through design. Land being scarce in the Brickell area, we sought to maximize the corner condition of the building. The building reacts to the pivoting urban grid near the site and develops a “Y� shaped floor plan, essentially creating 33% more value via the corner condition.

*typical high-rise typology

*new typology

33%

more value through design


THE GRID

BRICKEL AREA

THE PARK

THE SITE

THE PIVOT


_ground floor


_19th floor art galleries

_20th floor sky lounge

_21st floor offices


_section


to my loving wife and daughters thank you....



Patrick O. Soares, M.Arch Portfolio