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Pablo Osorio's professional career has been devoted to design and architecture. His endeavors attempt to find a balance between manmade structures, transportation, and vegetated areas within city boundaries and their communities aiming to improve their overall quality of life through innovative design. His works make an effort to uplift people’s senses through architecture and its unavoidable relationship to the public realm and nature. Osorio’s work explores possible design opportunities between public and private spaces and their unforeseen symbiotic relationships. For the past 14 years, Osorio has been involved in the design and realization of projects such as Pushkinsky Cinema, The Recreational Urban Strip in Moscow, Floating Gardens, The Bloc in Downtown Los Angeles, Los Angeles Mission College East Campus Complex, Habitable Los Angeles Bridge, W Hotel in La Jolla, Hun Kuwk City Tower in China, Costa Mesa Multi-Family Housing Complex, Jules Stein Eye Institute renovation & seismic upgrade at UCLA, and West Washington Apartments in Culver City among others.
For many years, Pablo Osorio has been working on many initiatives aiming to the improvement of urban corridors, public plazas, parks and the revitalization of the Los Angeles River. In his work, he also proposes new ways of organizing existing roads to improve transportation. His designs ambition more parks and recreational areas that tie-in more cohesively with newly proposed buildings in the city. He is involved with local organizations to help provide ideas and recommendations to revitalize and improve neglected urban areas. Pablo Osorio has dedicated a large part of his career to find ways to improve the quality of life of people and communities through architecture.
Pablo Osorio has been honored with multiple design awards from various institutions and organizations. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Cal Poly Pomona and a research post-professional Master degree from the Southern California Institute of Architecture.
Independent Design Consultant, Venice, CA, US, PROJECT ARCHITECT
As an independent design consultant, I am in charge of overseeing, coordinating, and aiding the overall design of three projects: UP the Bloc in LA, Ronkonkoma Parks and Rides in NY, and Project 900 in Shanghai. The team’s task is to research new technologies and to propose creative design ideas back to our clients. Our approach explores feasible innovative and unconventional design ideas dealing with underutilized space and urban density.
stenforSlAssociates Architects, Los Angeles, CA, US, PROJECT DESIGNER
I work on the renovation of the Jules Stain Eye Institute building. It is a science and research building for the University of California Los Angeles, in Westwood. I am in charge of producing and managing Peer Review packages evaluated by UCLA Capital Programs and Richard Meier Architects, Los Angeles. Also, I am in charge of coordinating its new design following a three-dimensional modular unit. I work on schematic design and design development. I am also involved in BIM and 3D modeling, product and material research, and developing details.
Quatro Design Group, Los Angeles, CA, US, SENIOR DESIGNER - DESIGNER
I am part of the design team working on design-built project competitions for college campuses in California. The projects are generally medium to large size classroom, science and administration buildings for the Los Angeles Community Colleges District and the Los Angeles Unified School District. As senior designer, I am involved in preliminary programming studies, design research, BIM and 3D modeling, final presentation, and project coordination. I work on schematic design, design development, and construction documents. I am involved in LEED accreditation procedures. In addition, I prepare design proposals for clients developing small community projects for non-profit organizations and affordable housing developers in East Los Angeles.
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM), Los Angeles, CA, US, INTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL PROFESSIONAL
I am part of the design team working on hospitality and mixed-use towers projects in the US and China. Most projects are massive structures with large programs. I am involved in space programming and interior design. I work on public and private areas as well as their custom furniture and hardware. Additionally, I produce photo realistic 3D renderings for all projects assigned to me as part of the design process. I coordinate information with consultants and manufactures. Also, I work on schematic design, design development and construction documents.
Stantec, Anaheim, CA, US, JOB CAPTAIN
I am part of the technical team working on commercial projects. In addition, I am involved in getting construction permits including getting Conditional Use Permits for commercial projects in California. I produce design development and construction documents. Also, I am in charge of coordinate with consultants documents and drawings. In addition, I prepare preliminary design packages researching information including site analysis, fee estimating, and building code analysis.
REBAR & MORE, Chino, CA, US, REINFORCING STEEL PROJECT DETAILER
Under the direct direction of office principal and civil engineer Howard Azimi, I produce shop drawings including plans, elevations, and sections for the manufacturing and placing of reinforcing steel bars (rebar). These plans are to be used in conjunction with structural and architectural drawings. Some projects include power plants, parking structures, schools, and hotels. Also I help estimating these jobs.
Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), Los Angeles, CA, US, Masters, MASTER OF DESIGN RESEARCH STUDIES
SCI-Arc's Emerging Systems, Technologies & Media post-professional program, leading to the award of a Master of Design Research in Emerging Systems and Technologies|Media (M.DesR/ESTm), is a rigorous, experimental post-professional degree program focused on data-based and physical investigations into the rapidly evolving fields of digital design, innovative fabrication methodologies and new building systems. The program is positioned as a leading center for advanced research into emerging materials, robotics and sustainable engineering.
Focused on the status of architectural design within the context of rapidly evolving digital design, fabrication, and material technologies, the ESTm program cultivates live prototyping, original scholarship, and design investigations. Operating as an innovation center and design research laboratory, the ESTm program works in partnership with a wide range of industry and institutional leaders.
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, Pomona, CA, US, BArch, BACHELORS OF ARCHITECTURE
The Bachelor of Architecture degree is offered in a five-year curriculum, which focuses on the design laboratory. The studio sequence consists of four segments: a three-year basic core, a four quarter group of topic studios taken jointly by fourth and fifth year students, a fourth year urban design studio and a culminating senior project. Lecture classes in Architecture Theory and History, Human Behavior, Programming, Sustainability, Building Technology, Structures, Codes and Digital Media are closely coordinated with the studio sequence, and students are expected to demonstrate their knowledge of these areas in their design projects.
Mt. San Antonio College, Walnut, CA, US, ASSOCIATES OF FINE ARTS
The visual arts lead to many directions for specialization. The road to any of these areas starts with what is considered THE CORE.
THE CORE: Drawing, Two Dimensional Design, Three Dimensional Design, Life Drawing, Painting
The goals of specialization follow THE CORE and include: Fine Art, Drawing, Life Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, Exhibition Design.
THE ROTUNDA AT WARSAW - HUMAN LINES: Design entry for “Changing the Face” international design competition sponsored by Architizer and DuPont Building Innovations.
LOS ANGELES MISSION COLLEGE EAST CAMPUS COMPLEX: The Pankow-Quatro Design Group Design-Build Team wins The National Design-Build Award in the category of Educational Facilities
2011 - This winter, we announced a design competition in conjunction with DuPont™, The Union of Russian Architects, YEM, and Karo Film: a brief to re-think Moscow's classic Pushinsky Cinema, a local landmark and prototype for all post-war performance halls in Russia. Marred by years of neglect, the cinema is a focal point in resurgence of design in the city.
Final Thesis Project at Cal Poly Pomona. Exhibited at The Cal Poly Pomona College of Environmental Design
DLF Lesley Wheel Memorial Scholarship award, 2nd Place
The Lesley Wheel Memorial Scholarship encourages students to pursue a career in lighting with a better understanding of how to manipulate light. Students must design and build a functioning fixture that meets a loose set of criteria. Fixtures are then judged on aesthetics, performance, and clarity of concept.
Jean Roth Driskel Scholarship Award, 1st Place
The JRD scholarships are annually awarded to two students: one a local Community College student and one a local University student in recognition of their dedication, enthusiasm and ability in the field of architecture. Nominated by their schools, the Community College student candidate must have been accepted to an NAAB accredited program for a first professional architectural degree. The university student candidate must be in their penultimate year of an NAAB accredited program for a first professional architectural degree.
Scholarship awarded by the CCCSFAAA