Originally from Syracuse, NY, Peter is experienced in designing, managing and building new and adaptive reuse interior and exterior projects for hospitality, residential, and retail organizations. His experience spans from project manager and technical designer of furniture design development for an international client base to domestic residential renovation projects.
He holds an associate’s degree in fine art from Pratt at Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute and a bachelor’s degree in architecture, with honors, from Pratt Institute.
Peter has a life long love and knowledge of fine art, street art and craft media. He has participated in selected domestic group exhibitions of both fine art and architecture. He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife.
Hanrahan Meyers Architects, New York, NY, US, Project Architect
Milestone Architecture PLLC, New York, NY, US, Designer
• Onsite international architectural survey of UNESCO medieval world heritage site in Torcello, Italy
• Create 3D building, reverse engineering and historic preservation documentation
• Oversee layout and graphic design for all external publications
Olollo, Brooklyn, NY, US, Technical Designer
• Oversaw technical design development for hotel and restaurant furniture
• Managed client relationships with international designers and communicated status to production
Baumann Architecture, New York, NY, US, Designer
• Produced schematic design for NYC townhouse renovation
• Created site survey drawings for NYC townhouse design
The Syndicate Companies, Brooklyn, NY, US, Architecture Intern
• Fabricated and installed display system for spa & retail space
• Created site survey drawings for multi-unit urban housing project
McMahon Residence, New York, NY, US, Project Manager
• Managed 10-15 person construction crew during final phase of 4 story NYC townhouse renovation
• Coordinated architectural drawings with site work, sourced vendors, purchased materials
Kushner Studios, New York, NY, US, Architecture Intern
• Designed space planning proposals for commercial interior projects
Brooklyn Industries, Brooklyn, NY, US, Technical Designer
• Designed and built retail space installations for 7 stores in Manhattan & Brooklyn
• Coordinated project scheduling, material procurement, and construction
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, US, BArch, Architecture
The Bachelor of Architecture Program is a professional program accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) requiring a minimum of five years of study. The Bachelor of Architecture program has been ranked among the top fifteen programs in the United States by Design Intelligence every year since 2000. The program has been ranked as high as seventh and is currently ranked eleventh among all programs nationally and fourth regionally.
The 170 credits required for the Bachelor of Architecture degree are organized into three categories: a core or required courses in architecture study, liberal arts courses and electives. The core of 95 credits is primarily taken in the first three years and is designed to give the basic professional preparation in architectural design, construction technology, graphic communication and humanistic aspects of design.
Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, ME, US, Wood Furniture Workshop
Haystack Mountain School of Crafts is an international craft school located on the Atlantic Ocean in Deer Isle, Maine. The school offers intensive studio-based workshops in a variety of craft media including clay, glass, metals, paper, blacksmithing, weaving, woodworking and more. Programs range from short workshops to two-week sessions and anyone may participate, from beginners to advanced professionals.
Earthship Biotecture, Taos, NM, US, Solar Design Internship
The Earthship Intern Program is a month long live/work/learn experience at our headquarters in Taos, New Mexico. Participants will live in an Earthship and work up to five days per week on Earthship projects in the Greater World Community.
Pratt at Munson Williams Proctor, Utica, NY, US, Associate of Science in Fine Art
PrattMWP, an alliance between two renowned institutions, offers students a unique educational opportunity. PrattMWP is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design, Middle States Association, and New York State Education Department.
Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute is an internationally prominent fine arts center serving diverse audiences through three program divisions — Museum of Art, Performing Arts, and School of Art. The Institute was founded in 1919 provides some 800 events annually with more than 180,000 patrons enjoying the many exhibitions, performances, art and dance classes and family-oriented activities.
Pratt Circle for Outstanding Academic Achievement, Award
Pratt Institute Circle Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement, the schools highest honor.
Alpha Rho Chi Medal, Award
In 1931, the Grand Council of Alpha Rho Chi established the Alpha Rho Chi Medal to "encourage professional leadership by regarding student accomplishment; promote the ideals of professional service by acknowledging distinctive individual contributions to social life; and stimulate professional merit by commending qualities in the student not necessarily pertaining to scholarship".
The Alpha Rho Chi Medal is offered each year to over 100 schools of architecture, whose faculty select a graduating senior they feel best exemplifies these qualities.
The medal portrays Athena seated upon an Ionic capital with a skyscraper resting in the palm of her hand. The words "ALPHA RHO CHI" are arranged in an arch over her head.
Brooklyn AIA Award, Scholarship
Formed to raise funds for awarding architectural scholarships to qualified persons and to advance the architectural profession. All members in good standing of the AIA/Brooklyn are automatically members of the Brooklyn Architects Scholarship Foundation Inc.
Representation Media Award, Award