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December 12, 2012

Replacing a parking lot, this proposal expresses its unease at its siting in a historic quarter by presenting itself as an "Architectural Event" - perpetually temporary. This response to context is part of a larger theme of the subversion of erudition by a more populis...

June 10, 2011

Tasked with creating a public space for a city that lacked interest in community engagement, I declined. Instead, I focused on creating an amenity for the existing community of recreational and small commercial fisherman. Besides the boat launch, this meant a gas stati...

April 18, 2011

The brief for this project was to provide a base camp for a week long excursion program. I used it as an opportunity to explore the whole spectrum of shelter, from sleeping rough through past our present and into Paolo Soleri's concept of Arcology, familiar to fans of...

March 2, 2011

This project is about the instantiation of ephemera. Tulane University’s branding was seen as something to be defended against the everyday of the streetscape. Thus the three major moves of the project were intended to isolate the building from its surroundings; the bu...

October 1, 2010

This speculative design for a hypothetical (and improbably well-off) choreographer proposed two separate homes interwoven together through a glass stairwell above the choreographer's studio.

Completed during second year studio at Tulane under Professor Bruce Goodwin. Th...

April 28, 2010

This project was shaped by irresolvable issues I had with the program set forth and the site chosen. Firstly, I loved the site, as part of the old Newcomb campus and with its canopy of oaks, it is a memento of something lost that should be regained. John Desmond’s chap...

March 8, 2010

A radicalization of the Architecture school’s physical and social structures supporting the transition to digital fabrication.

Completed as the introductory exercise to second year studio at Tulane under Professor Jacob Brillhart. The studio was directed by Professor Sc...

January 5, 2010

A simple exercise, create a technical drawing of a given object and translate it's movement into a different but related movement in an "architekton" model. Some professors were upset that I used the laser cutter... model making by hand is weirdly infantalizing and a c...

August 28, 2009

A plain box in a field of strange forms, maximal enclosure and privacy - a spaceship. My cube was the literal interpretation of the requirement to define a 6 inch cubic space. On first glance it was just a pristine object but inside it was literally rotting. Why does i...

May 16, 2009


As part of a week-long "externship" I used 2D CAD drawings to create perspectival elevations for 3 different schemes and created my own scheme as well. Most of the work was produced in a single day. The first image is my own concept for the exteriors.

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