“Reflect” was my proposal for a public art competition on a piece of land on Brattle Street near Harvard Square. The proposal uses common building techniques and materials to erect a monument intended to provide a space for individual contemplation on the state of our housing stock in the United States. The brief project narrative […]
Five Manhattan West is a repositioning, re-cladding, and interior renovation of a 1,500,000 sf Manhattan Brutalist landmark directly adjacent to the Hudson Yards and Manhattan West developments. I was a member of the small design and development team for this project at REX Architecture. I worked on various aspects of the design throughout the conceptual design, schematic […]
As the image implies, I can’t really say much about the project. I did, however, spend a very sizable amount of hours on the project and am proud of the work so I figured it is worth mentioning. You can find a bit more information about it on REX’s website by following the link below. […]
“YIBD ‘Project R6’ is an urban boutique residence for short-term business people, young urban professionals, and foreign residents. Due to the transience of its target users and the short durations during which they are home, R6’s unit sizes are small, including 40 m², 50 m², and 60 m² residences, with the majority being 40 m². […]
ENV Downtown was my Senior Degree Project at Cal Poly Pomona. The proposal is for a new facility for the College of Environmental Design of Cal Poly Pomona in downtown Pomona. As a concept, the idea of a College of Environmental Design is a unique one. The model at Cal Poly Pomona is unique in […]
The task at hand for this studio was to design an economically viable space station. Initially, the station was to be programmed as a space hotel, but to make the station economically viable each student was to propose another use for the project that could feasibly create revenue. This was one of the most interesting/frustrating […]
The future Mairehoj culture center draws a clear profile in the landscape. With a new foyer, the culture center will get a new face that invites in all the people of Ruderdahl’s municipality and a heart that can bring together the many users and activities in the house. The culture center merges together with the […]
Urban Continuance is the new urban typology. In dense urban areas, large, open park spaces are under utilized and inefficient. Sprawling expanses of grass are both unsustainable and unrepresentative of the needs of an urban population. Instead of the isolated grass lawn, then, a new park typology is needed: the park as connective tissue. The […]
Notodden has decided to join several cultural functions such as a cafe, a museum, and a library under one roof. This project programming allows for the possibility of creating a building where people of different ages and interests can meet and interact. As a tribut to the history of the iste, the roof of the […]
A Walking City is a project on which I was design team member while I was employed at WE Architecture in Copenhagen, Denmark. The proposal was our entry in an international competition to reinvent the city of Drammen, Norway. The approach we took on this project was that of reinvigorating the historic city center of Drammen […]
Located very close to the busiest metro station in Denmark, Israel Plads can be seen asa central location various regions of København such as Nørrebro and the historical citycenter. This location makes for a natural gathering space for the inhabitants of the city andgreat social attractor, especially given its close proximity to Nørreport station. Until […]
A semi-automated furniture showroom/boutique in Copenhagen.
A dynamic, covered outdoor space in a tiny courtyard in Copenhagen.
A bath house proposal on Sankt Jørgens Sø in København.
A Danish cohousing proposal. My first design project in Copenhagen.
A proposal for an new elementary school in
A case study on the Kanchanjunga Apartments in India by Charles Correa.
My Arch 301 project at Cal Poly Pomona.
A case study of Albert Frey’s second house in Palm Springs, CA.
Our proposal for the USGBC Natural Talent Design Competition. This entry was a finalist in that competition.
Our initial proposal for the former jail site.
An analysis of the competition site.
A couple of case studies.
My final proposal for the Arch 202 term project, the Acumulação Museum, L_AM.
My midterm proposal for the Acumulação Museum.
An exercise in packing space as efficiently as possible.
My final design for the Arch 201 term project, a bath house on a site at Mount Baldy.
My first design proposal for the bath house project.
A small portion of the future bath house. A combination of a steam room and cold bath derived from the geometries of Charrette 02.
An exploration into algorithmic problem solving using a fixed number of known elements.
A case study of Therme Vals by the architect Peter Zumthor.