Braulio Baptista it´s one of the associates of the company ZGF Architects.
Braulio Baptista is a gifted designer who embodies the intellectual curiosity and talent to sensitively integrate user values and aspirations while creating innovative ideas. For more than a decade at ZGF, he has served as Design Partner and Senior Designer for a broad range of advanced technology and programmatically complex public and institutional buildings. His projects include Bidwell, Sitka, Aspen and Sequoia Houses for Reed College in Portland; Museum Square: Caterpillar International Visitor Center and Peoria Riverfront Museum in Peoria; the Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center at the California Science Center in Los Angeles; Altman Clinical and Translational Research Institute at the University of California, San Diego; and the Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara, Family Justice Center in San Jose; as well as two net-zero energy buildings—the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Headquarters in Agoura Hills and the Bolsa Chica Conservancy Center for Coastal Ecology in Huntington Beach. Braulio has a particular passion for mentoring young professionals, and has supported mentoring programs for students from various academic institutions. He received a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oregon.
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The company – ZGF Architects
ZGF Architects LLP is a design firm with a focus on architecture, interior design, and urban design. Founded in Portland, Oregon, with a mission to strive for design excellence, stewardship of our natural and built environment, and exceptional client service, the firm has grown to include offices in Seattle, Los Angeles, Washington, DC, New York, and ZGF Cotter Architects Inc. in Vancouver, BC. ZGF’s design philosophy is centered on the premise that design excellence should be reflected in each and every aspect of a building—its fit with the community, its function and relationship to its users, its building systems, and its cost. The firm’s design portfolio is intentionally diverse, ranging from transportation terminals, commercial office and mixed-use developments to corporate campuses, healthcare and research buildings, academic facilities, libraries, and museums. In addition to receiving more than 770 local, regional, and national design awards, ZGF was honored with the American Institute of Architects’ highest honor, the Architecture Firm Award, recognized for “creatively transforming client needs and aspirations into elegant, inventive architectural form, and establishing a standard of excellence and expectation of quality to which other firms aspire.”
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Designs and Realisations
ZGF architects have accomplished some projects in the following areas: corporate/office/mixed use; healthcare; high performance; higher education; hospitality; housing; interiors; public and civic; research; sports and urban design/transit/landscape.
Below you can see some of the amazing projects that ZGF Architects have done and also Braulio Baptista have worked in some of them.
Corporate Project – Pearl Izumi North American Corporate Headquarters
Healthcare Project – Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, The Marshall and Katherine Cymbaluk Medical Tower
High Performance Project – Akridge and Mitsui Fudosan America, 1200 Seventeenth Street
Higher Education Project – University of California, Los Angeles, Center for Health Sciences, South Tower
Housing Project – Reed College, Bidwell, Sitka, Aspen, and Sequoia Houses
Interiors Project – Hawaiian Airlines, Koapaka Street Corporate Office Renovation
Public and Civic Project – California Science Center, Ecosystems
Research Project – University of Miami, Life Science & Technology Park
Sports Project – University of Oregon, Athletic Medical Center
Urban design Project – EcoDistricts: Place-Based Performance
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