Tony Pascocello joins LEO A DALY as National Aviation Designer and Atlanta Director of Design
October 14, 2016
OMAHA (Oct. 14, 2016) – Tony Pascocello, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, LC, has joined LEO A DALY as vice president, national aviation designer and director of design for the Atlanta office. He will be based in Atlanta, the firm’s center of excellence for aviation.
Pascocello brings more than 18 years of experience as an architect and architectural lighting designer working in the United States, Middle East and Asia. He has held senior design roles as an architect with SOM, AECOM and HOK Aviation and joins LEO A DALY from CD+M Lighting Design, where he was an associate principal and director of design. He has designed architectural lighting for significant domestic and international projects for Gensler, HOK, Foster + Partners, OMA, SOM, and Perkins + Will.
“Tony’s international reputation for artistry on a grand scale creates amazing new opportunities to deliver design excellence to our clients worldwide,” said John Kraskiewicz, chief operations officer for LEO A DALY.
Pascocello has held senior architectural design roles on numerous prominent airport and transportation projects, including the Hamad International Airport in Doha, Qatar, Ft. Lauderdale Airport RAC, Lester B. Pearson International Airport in Toronto and the Penn Station Redevelopment Project. He has recently designed the architectural lighting for two of the 10 tallest buildings in 2015, Shanghai Tower and Abu Dhabi National Oil Company Headquarters.
His design work has been widely published and has won national and state AIA design awards throughout his career. The Penn Station Redevelopment Project was exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) New York, Columbia University, Cooper Union New York and the Canadian Center for Architecture.
He has a Bachelor of Design from the University of Florida and a Master of Architecture, Research - Computing in Design degree from the University of Miami.