Mario Pascual, a founding partner of Pascual, Perez, and Kiliddjian & Associates (PPK), serves as Principal in Charge of Design.  In over thirty-five years of client service he has introduced unique and sensible designs that are vital to successful residential and commercial projects.  Mario began his career at the University of Florida graduating in 1974 with a Bachelors of Design in Architecture, and again in 1976 with a Masters of Arts in Architecture.  He has been a registered architect in the State of Florida since 1979, and maintains membership in the American Institute of Architects (AIA).  In 2009, Mario completed LEED accreditation process, thus allowing PPK to offer LEED certification and state of the art green building practices to its clients. With each project Mario strives to intertwine his experience with the latest design and building concepts to deliver functional, marketable and sustainable designs.






Edgar Perez, a founding partner of the firm, serves as Principal in Charge of Production. Upon graduating from the University Of Miami School Of Architecture in 1979, Edgar quickly displayed outstanding skills in production, contracting and administration. In over thirty-five years of experience, he has earned an outstanding track record of ongoing architectural services for companies such as Lennar, Century Homebuilders, Shoma Homes, D.R. Horton, Arvida/St. Joe, as well as other major developers and builders. Under Edgar’s direction, the production department at PPK has permitted hundreds of buildings and thousands of residential units. He has cultivated working and professional relationships with local building departments and authorities that allows PPK to offer prompt and complete production services to its clients. Edgar has been a registered architect in the State of Florida since 1995, and carries affiliations with the American Institute of Architects (AIA), and the Latin Builders Association (LBA).






Peter Kiliddjian, Principal in Charge of Design, brings twenty-five years of experience on a variety of project types including residential, commercial, and urban design. A 1990 graduate of the University of Miami, his design approach encompasses the latest urban and smart growth planning principles. Peter has the benefit of holding both an Architecture and General Contractor’s license in the State of Florida. In addition to his professional licenses, Peter is also a LEED accredited professional and member of the Latin Builders Association (LBA). Peter has led many multidisciplinary teams to produce some of the largest and most diverse mixed-use projects in South Florida, including traditional neighborhood developments and New Urbanist communities. Peter’s work has been widely recognized for its emphasis on civic responsibility and sensible design.