UNDERGRADUATE SELECTED WORKS 2015-2017
Architecture Student | Freelance Designer | Photographer | Design Enthusiast
Architecture is and interesting topic in my drive to design. Architecture is the center of the things I look to express and represent architecture in the best and most interesting ways I can. I often look to ask questions about how we conventionally see architecture and design and how we can use the tools at hand to push knowledge of architecture forward and expand the realm of possibilities we find. In general I have found interest in all different types of design including graphic design and photography, both of these interests can be applied to the field of architecture and have helped me to learn and grow as a student and an employee at multiple firms.
01. EXPANDING ALBERT KAHN STUDIO / VI
02. ESCAPING THE SENSES STUDIO / V
COLLAPSIBLE LIVING STUDIO / IV
AN URBAN CROSSROADS STUDIO / VII
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE SUMMER / 16
PERSONAL PHOTOGRAPHY 2015 / 2017
Studio 06 /2016
project team: Stefan Burnett, Rachel Giorgi, Eleftheria Konstantinidis, Cory Cook
Expanding Albert Kahn is as much of an interior Study as an architectural one, as a interdisciplinary studio we worked with a team of two architecture students and two interior design students to create an adaptation of a historic automobile facility into a art museum for the likes of Jackson Pollock.
EXPANDING ALBERT KAHN
Creating a constant loop of programmatic and visual relationships to make a continuous flowing user experience.
07. /SITE CONTEXT
EXISTING RAMP STRUCTURE STRUCTURAL CABELING FLOATING STAIRCASE
EXISTING STRUCTURE STAIR SUPPORT 1
OCTAGON GRID CEILING PATTERN EXISTING RAMP
GALLERY WALL INSERTION
ROOF SUPPORT BEAMS
GRID CEILING SYSTEM
EXISTIG SHOWROOM FACADE
GALLERY WALL AS EXTERIOR
Circulation + Gallery Relationships
Gallery Insertion + Addition Relationship
11. /existing gallery
13. /exterior strategies
Creating Green Spaces
/visualization Internal Views
15. /NEW GALLERY
17. /NEW ARCHITECTURE
SCALE: 1/2” = 1’-0”
SCALE: 1/2” = 1’-0”
SCALE: 3/4” = 1’-0”
Studio 05 /2015
ESCAPING THE SENSES
Escaping the senses was a an earlier project looking to create a museum set around several galleries that would appeal to the senses and how we can effect them with interesting architectural interventions, and a large part of this design proposal had to deal with the circulation spaces that needed to serve as a palette cleanser to say, to help people cleanse themselves from the previous exhibit and prepare for the next.
21. /site context
23. /OFFICE VISUALIZATION
25. /INTERIOR VISUALIZATION
27. /building details
Studio 05/ 15
Collapsible living is a study of the small scale, looking into a tiny house for adventurous living and a collapsible lifestyle. With open and continuous views and separation between the living and cooking space and the sleeping space. This was a perfect study in the idea of a nomadic dwelling and an off grid option for people to live in.
31. /FORM GENERATION
33. /DESIGN INTENT
Studio 07 /2016 An Urban Crossroads brings students of MIT and the public visitors the campus usually tries to cater to into one experimental piece of architecture for the campus and for the community of Cambridge.
AN URBAN CROSSROADS
Through a mixed use campus center and public library we look to make a connector between students and the public wile letting collaboration facilitate itself within the walls of this architecture.
37. /site context
39. /exterior visual
43. /analyzing section
/covered walk visualization
47. /sectional axon
49. /interior visualizations
Works from a cooperative internship at Unispace Global, i was able to work in design of several offices for PwC while I was at Unispace, as well as I was able to work solely on the completion of several interior visualizations for offices in several cities including these visuals from Des Moines Iowa.
53. /LOBBY VISUAL
55. /CAFE VISUAL
Studio 07 /2016 Photography has been an important part of my life for a long time, and being able to live in a place like Boston has allowed me to explore the possibilities of urban photography.
I feel that architecture and photography can always be compared, and I feel that I have learned more about architecture through my simultaneous studies of photography.
/test of time
61. /VERTICAL LIGHTING
63. /cityâ€™s artery
65. /travel rhythms