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At Home Outdoors The String Thing Not Urban OJT Sukkah 10.0 FRUITY! Micro Housing Beauty is Around Louis Armstrong Park MAD Misrepresented : Between Line & Object CLOUD 9
AT HOME OUTDOORS At Home Outdoors highlights a 4 month design-build collaboration with the Albert & Tina Small Center, the non-profit Groundwork NOLA, and 14 Students from the Tulane School of Architecture. An outdoor education center to spread knowledge to the community about sustainable planting techniques, create job training opportunities, and host workshops and events.
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Plan Oblique 1/8" = 1’-0”
01 Plan Oblique
04 Diagonal Details
03 Youâ€™ve Been Framed
05 Superblue Stack
01 Spain Street Completed Elevation
02 Plan Oblique Illustratoin
THE STRING THING An exploration in interactivity and time-sensitivity in a popular communal space in the Tulane School of Architecture with student publication The Charrette. What started as a geometric exercise - strings connecting two orthogonal forms - became an adventure in layering, color, and depth, reforming the landscape of the wall and staircase.
01 String Thing Detail
02 | 03 Hands On
04 3-dimensionality of The String Thing
NOT URBAN Intensifying wild places. “Learning to honor the wild- learning to remember and acknowledge the autonomy of the other --- means Striving for critical self-consciousness in all of our actions.” -William Cronin Though this site lacks significant human presence, it is fully inhabited. This new visitor center for the Jean Lafitte National Park’s Barataria Preserve establishes environmentally engaged approaches to building.
02 Schematic Plan Strategy
01 Model Detail - Acrylic, Wood, Paper, Water Color
03 Entry Perspective
01 Section Perspective in the Swamp
02 Wood Carving & Ink Model
03 Interior Garden Perspective
OJT The projects featured focus on the production of work completed for the internship at OJT (Office of Jonathan Tate). The project on the left (01-03) highlights a mixed use building proposal for a major intersection in the lower garden district of New Orleans. The second, on the right (04-06) is a residential apartment and workspace addition to an existing shipping container structure.
02 | 03 Elevations
01 Magazine Street Perspective
05 Schematic Design Models
04 Elevation Highlighting Existing Shipping Container & Addition
06 Addition Floor Plans
SUKKAH 10.0 Celebration of the harvest â€“ a place for gathering. A temporary hut called a Sukkah is used as a gathering place for the holiday Sukkot. Over the course of two weeks 20 students worked to design and build the sukkah structure. Sukkah 10.0â€™s design was generated from the color and geometry of the pomegranate as a traditional Israeli staple during celebratory meals and gatherings. Original Geometry
02 Design Process | Plan View
01 Diagram of the Pomegranate at the Dinner Table
Isolated Wall Element
04 View of Sukkah 10.0 from the Quad
03 1,2,3 JUMP
05 Bamboo Connection Details
01 Installation Rush
02 Night View
03 Assembly of Parts
FRUITY! A workshop with Jennifer Bonner (MALL) & Laurel Consuelo Broughton (Welcome Projects). Eggplants the size the of a small room. We discover Bananas as long as a hallway. We stumble on to Oranges as ample as a lobby. Lets re-see and re-inhabit the spaces around us.
01 Pineapple Detail
02 Making of the Fruit
03 Contemplating Banana
04 Care for a Fruit?
MICRO HOUSING Located on the major commercial corridor in Central City, New Orleans, Oretha Castle Haley Blvd, this studio program called for a design of a mixed use residential building. The design strategy shown stemmed from an interest in pre-fabricated micro housing and social activity within apartment buildings. Through research of existing micro housing projects, the housing complex design mixes public gathering zones with studio spaces for living.
03 Courtyard Perspective
01 | 02 Section Cuts
04 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd. Perspective
SECOND FLOOR PLAN
4,530 SQ FT. COMMERCIAL SPACE E SOCIAL SPACES
46 MICRO UNITS AT 266 SQ FT.
LAUNDRY/ TENANT STORAGE
ROOF GARDEN/GRILL LOUNGE
FIFTH FLOOR PLAN
1 3 C
FOURTH FLOOR PLAN
S CTION SE N B
THIRD FLOOR R PLAN
SECOND FLOOR PLAN
4,530 SQ FT. COMMERCIAL SPACE E 46 MICRO UNITS AT 266 SQ FT.
01 Micro Unit Detail
LAUNDRY/ TENANT STORAGE
ROOF GARDEN/GRILL LOUNGE
02 Plans Highlighting Social Gathering Spaces
03 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd. Perspective
BEAUTY IS AROUND An Installation with artist Rikkert Paauw for the Tallinn Architecture Biennale 2019 Beauty Matters. Nothing is lost, everything can be recycled. This installation shows the city of Tallinn what is already here.
01 Ceiling Frame Detail
02 Finding Nature and Hidden Corners
03 Night Shift
04 Behind the Screen
05 Shadow Pattern Making
LOUIS ARMSTRONG PARK REDEVELOPMENT Storing & Moving Bringing water management to the forefront through a visual sequence. The redevelopment of Louis Armstrong Park can now be viewed as a public realm for gathering, through design of mixed use spaces. NEW CAR ACCESSIBLE ROADS
02 Plan Strategy
01 Urban Development Conceptual Model
VIEWPOINTS AND ENCLOSURE
POST FLOOD STORING
03 Urban Plan Isometric
01 Perspective of Park from Upper Floor
02 Garden Walkway Perspective (highlighting rain water collection system)
03 Urban Development Plan
MAD MAD summer design school brings together designers, artists, craftsmen, and scientists â€“ people who are unlikely to meet under different circumstances. Theories and hypotheses are tested in practice by experimenting with materials and experiences. The design school focuses on exploring regenerative medicine, biotechnology processes such as fermentation, cultivation and bioprinting, as well as on research of the human body. Tutors: Pettersen & Hein, Soft Baroque, Jeroen Van De Gruiter, Karina Vissonova, Claude Oprea, Bahraini Danish
01 Future of Bio-technology in Space
03 Future of Food Cultivation
04 Future of Food Cultivation | 05 Peat Carving
MISREPRESENTED: BETWEEN LINE & OBJECT Architecture School Thesis Project Advised By Professor Carrie Norman This thesis explores mistranslation as both a generative, and reflective process for creative invention. The presented work aims to track the range of outcomes of drawing a line with different tools and materials. The result is something that is caught between line and object.
01 Lineweight & Linetype Kits
02 Lineweight & Linetype Synthesis
ACADEMIC - RESEARCH
03 Image Fidelity
01 Layered Acrylic Etch & Ink, Shown on Final Exhibition Wall
02 Slanted Milled Linework - OSB
04 Side View Expandable Foam
05 Black Ink Airbrush
03 Milled V-Bit Linework - Plywood used for Clay Mold Press
06 Milled Linework - Corian
CLOUD 9 Sit back and relax - you’re on Cloud Nine. The Charrette team reoccupied a vacant office space in the basement of the Tulane School of Architecture, turning an underused corner of the building into a late-night gathering spot. Using simple household crafting materials and soundsensitive LEDs, the team created a soft illuminated drop ceiling. Immersing visitors in color and sound, we were able to create experiences ranging from “zen” to “disco hall”.
02 “WHIM” Publication 2019
01 “WHIM” Publication 2019
03 Cloud 9 Series of Photos Process & Realization
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