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Master s thesis:“arable interface.” as a physical manifesto, this proposed district is my vision for food systems sustainability, urban and economic redevelopment, and a regenerative relationship between nature and inhabited space. “arable interface” is a next generation food processing, distribution, and retail hub, located in a brownfield in springfield, Oregon. university of Oregon, 2011-12. 1. landscape and buildings structure the interface of food industries, wetlands, and public life. 2. proposed interventions introduce diversity and drive resiliency. a new regime replaces stagnated mono-output industries with a polyculture of operations that maximize social, economic, and natural value.


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Orphanage fOr bOys in guadalajara, MexicO. My undergraduate education and professional experienced can be understood as a series of explorations into various drivers of architectural form-making. in this graduate level project i attempted to synthesize an understanding of these drivers, especially program, daylight, materiality, behavior, and urban context. university of Oregon, 2011. 1. parti diagram showing the relationship of activities around a series of courtyards, each of which is focused on a critical aspect of the growth and development of the boys. 2. rendering depicting the entrance to the campus along the organizing pedestrian promenade. 3. site plan


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Orphanage for boys in Guadalajara, Mexico continued. 4. Development of a shading solution for the northern dormitory facades. At a southern latitude, these passively cooled high mass structures would benefit from shading from northern sunlight, which is exclusively received during the hot summer months. The solution maximizes views and daylight harvesting while controlling solar heat gain. 5. Conceptual model depicting the idea of a sanctuary courtyard and elastic relationship between the campus and its urban context. 6. Landscape development model. 7. Presentation model looking from the dormitories toward the education and administrative buildings. 8. Areal perspective rendering.

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1. graph-model depicting the impact of historical and proposed design interventions on key indicators for a salem, Oregon neighborhood over 150 years. 2. proposed pedestrian and bicycle corridor linking two salem park systems and crossing two major arterial streets. 3. study of spatial relationships along the pedestrian corridor to a university from the nearest transit stop.


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