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Christian Eusebio

Christian Eusebio

New York, NY, US

 
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About 

I hold an undergraduate degree in Architecture and a Masters in Urban Design, with 15 years of experience within the respective fields. Throughout my career, which includes 10 years in New York, I worked closely with ownership, city agencies, consultants, and contractors in a range of projects including interior renovations, high-rise residential, as well as mixed-use development.

In addition to my architectural design experience, I’ve been involved with urban design firms, such as Terreform Inc. a non-profit (501.C. 3) organization started by Michael Sorkin, dedicated to research and design of just and sustainable architecture and urbanism. 

I believe my work experience has exposed me to a wide-range of projects in terms of program and scale, as well as an understanding of the design and construction process necessary to meet the needs of clients.

 

Employment 

Marmol Radziner Architects, Los Angeles, CA, US, Sr. Project Manager

-Sr. Project Manager. Researched codes and obtained required permits. Created detailed designs, drawings, specifications, resource estimates, and timetables. Client face time, coordinated and administered contractors and subcontractors.

-Project: Cayo Largo, Four Seasons Resort Puerto Rico
Served as Project Manager for the design, coordination, and partial construction of key components within 610 acres of beach-front property. Scope of work included the fitness center, indoor and outdoor meeting and event space, as well as a complimentary entertainment and retail campus.

Nov 2016 - Jan 2021
 

KBA Architects, New York, NY, US, Project Manager

-Project Manager. Researched codes and obtained required permits. Created detailed designs, drawings, specifications, resource estimates, and timetables. Coordinated and administered contractors and subcontractors.

-Project: 500 Metropolitan Avenue
Served as the Project Architect/Job Captain for the coordination & construction of a 271,031 gross square feet mixed-use development site.

Nov 2014 - Oct 2016
 

BKSK Architects, LLP, New York, NY, US, Project Architect / Job Captain

-Project Architect. Researched codes and obtained required permits. Created detailed designs, drawings, specifications, resource estimates, and timetables. Solicited bids; negotiated and administered contractors and subcontractors.

-Project: Olmsted Center Expansion, Washington Square Park Offices & CS and the Little Bay Park CS
Served as the Project Architect/Job Captain for the construction of three (3) Offices / Comfort Stations for the NYC Parks & Recreation Department.

Oct 2011 - Nov 2014
 

Education 

Spitzer School of Architecture, City College, CUNY, New York, NY, US, Masters, M. Urban Planning

Aug 2008 - May 2010
 

Parsons School of Design, New York, NY, US, Bachelors, BFA - Architectural Design

Aug 2003 - May 2006
 

Awards 

2011 Graham Foundation Grantee, Grant

Research Grant
New York City (Steady) State

The planet is in crisis and the city can and must be a central medium of renewal. New York City (Steady) State is an alternative plan for New York City based on a single predicate: it is possible for the city to become almost entirely self-sufficient within its political boundaries. Our nine areas of study - energy, building, movement, social economics, water, food, air and climate, waste, and manufacturing - each assess the history and development of the system, and the current demand and supply behavior of New York City as a point of departure for reinventing our city's metabolisms. The project will investigate the social, environmental, and morphological consequences of a steady state for New York while compiling an inventory of available and likely technologies, infrastructures, and architectures; it will serve as a model for cities everywhere, at any stage of their ambitions to take greater responsibility for their own consumption and respiration.

2011
 

Biennale Architettura, Award

Part of the U.S. Pavilion for La Biennale di Venezia

New York City (Steady) State

2010
 

Western Red Cedar Architectural Design Awards, Honorable Mention

39571 Infowash

Designed and constructed by students in an academic design/build program, 39571 InfoWash is a direct response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina in the small town of DeLisle, Mississippi. In an attempt to meet both the physical and emotional needs of the community, the project houses both a 24-hour Laundromat and an organization which provides rebuilding assistance to local residents. The simple task of washing one’s clothes thus provides immediate relief while easing community members into the long and complicated process of reconstruction. Because of its program and context, 39571 InfoWash has a responsibility to provide a physically and psychologically sheltered realm, while at the same time projecting an open and inviting presence to its community.

2008
 

AIANYS Design Award of Excellence, Award

39571 Infowash

Designed and constructed by students in an academic design/build program, 39571 InfoWash is a direct response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina in the small town of DeLisle, Mississippi. In an attempt to meet both the physical and emotional needs of the community, the project houses both a 24-hour Laundromat and an organization which provides rebuilding assistance to local residents. The simple task of washing one’s clothes thus provides immediate relief while easing community members into the long and complicated process of reconstruction. Because of its program and context, 39571 InfoWash has a responsibility to provide a physically and psychologically sheltered realm, while at the same time projecting an open and inviting presence to its community.

2007
 

Areas of Specialization 

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