An Architect and Designer who appreciates the demanding yet innovative field of architecture and design.
Belisario's many years of experience reflects the skills and talents he has been able to master through his time as an "Urban" Designer. The work demonstrates the ability to encounter all realms of architecture, from competitions, design schematics and proposals, graphic design, presentations, renovations, additions, construction documents and construction administration.
Acknowledging the idea that the urban culture is rapidly accepting the beauty of Architecture in today’s world, it is vital for us as designers to exemplify such beauty through our originality, imagination, creativity, and inventiveness in design, and creation. And my interest lies with executing such beauties. Such examples include Nintendo BOH, NBCU Telemundo Project Beacon in Miami, Florida, Equinox Orchard Street Health and Fitness Club in New York City, The Traffic Management Center in Woodbridge, NJ, The Philadelphia International Airport Bag Claim Building, and The RFK Bronx Toll Plaza in New York.
Equinox fitness club
New Equinox at Orchard Street that involves 3 levels of the base building to be a part of the focal point of hospitality to the Lower East Side. The club pays extra attention to design and decor of the space to deliver a member focused facility where program, sales and members experience are customized to the individual needs.
CTA WILSON STATION
The $200 million Wilson Station Reconstruction Project transformed a nearly 100-year-old station. The modern station design replaced the deteriorated facility that was built in 1923. One of the largest CTA “L” station projects in the agency’s history with a new transfer point between Red & Purple Line Express train service.
NJTA TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT CENTER
Project Designer for the design of a 30,000 sqft, multi-agency, traffic management command center for the NJTA. The project involved an aggressive design & construction schedule for a new, 3-story building connected to an adjacent administration building. The building included an 18- by 55-foot video wall, and incorporated sustainable design strategies, integrating photovoltaics and advanced building management and control systems.