aDRIFT: A Brixton Beer Pavilion
This brewery and outdoor beer garden in London uses a light steel scaffold to filter light and suspend programs scattered about a cloud-like field.
Chelsea Art Forum
An auction house that seeks to tap into the bustling gallery scene of Chelsea by offering three different auction experiences in order to cater to wider market of art buyers.
The Wellness Hub: A Healthy Living Community
An urban renewal proposal for downtown Minneapolis East. Received an Honorable Mention in the 2013 ULI/Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition.
Interact/Observe: A Modern Study Space
A 21st century re-interpretation of the modern library as a place for social studying and interaction.
Urban Rhythms: A 24-Hour Co-Working Space
A co-working space driven by programmatic analyses of the daily cycles of Old City that aims to be active through all 24 hours of the day.
Visual Heirarchies: A Haus for Gaga
The Haus of Gaga takes its cue from the shock art potential of Lady Gaga’s work’s visual spectacle. In this sense, the Haus will draw upon its range of inhabitants to enliven the environment and ...
Explorations in fixed linkage systems with single degrees of freedom designed to be entirely deployable through the extension of one joint.
Open Air: A Kampong Style Tropical House
A visitor's center for a national park in Miami, FL.
Parametric Studies: A Self Generating Lock
An experiment in parametrics to develop systems of self-generating geomtries.
Space Through Curvature: A Wooden Pavilion
Beginning with a curvature study of the Modernist Isokon chair by Marcel Breur, then applying a series of rule-based transformations, a new body-to-object relationship is established to create a new object that retains the chair’s ...
Variations: The Isokon Chair Re-thought
The Isokon Long Chair is an interesting study in form created from a series of interconnected planes that fold, bend, and peel away from each other only to meet again later along their path. By ...
Pine Street Row Home Addition
A three story row house addition designed and detailed using a Building Information Model in Autodesk Revit.
A collection of sketches and drawings using charcoal, pencil, pen, and ink.