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Patrick Begley

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Patrick Begley joined the MANICA team in 2016 and brings a devoted and committed attitude with enthusiasm for sports architecture to the design team. He believes that fluent collaboration supported by an unparalleled work ethic is the key to great design.  

Patrick possesses a broad skillset spanning between the technical expertise and artistic competence of architectural design. His deep understanding of software combined with his passion for computational design makes him a vital contributor to the 3d execution and design of projects. Additionally, Patrick possesses a strong eye for design and visualization. His artistic abilities allow him to quickly bring conceptual ideas to life making him a vital contributor to still imagery, animation, post production, and video editing. In culmination, Patrick is able to stay on the cutting edge of a high paced international design field.

As a young Project Designer at MANICA Architecture, Patrick has already contributed to a wide variety of projects both domestically and internationally. Patrick’s involvement includes The Los Angeles NFL Stadium joint-proposal by the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers (Carson, California); Golden State Warriors Arena Training Facility (San Francisco, California); San Diego Chargers NFL Stadium + Convention Center (San Diego, California); Forest Green Rovers Stadium (United Kingdom); Kuala Lumpur Multipurpose Arena (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia).

Mr. Begley graduated with a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Kansas School of Architecture and Design, where he graduated among the top of his class and a year of ahead of the curricula schedule. While in school, Patrick was given the opportunity to study abroad as well as work in Los Angeles, California through the Gensler + KU Co-Op Program. There, Patrick worked on the Nou Camp Nou competition which included renovation and re-design of the famous Camp Nou Futbol Stadium in Barcelona, Spain. Both internship experience and international travel has fueled a passion for civic design, communal facilities, and sports culture.