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CRAFT Brick Wall Section 1 Brick Wall Section 2
HIGHSCHOOL: Naperville Central UNIVERSITY: Illinois Institute of Technology PRGRAM PROFICIENCY: AutoCAD, Rhino, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Google Sketchup, Microsoft Office SKILLS: Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Positive Thinking, Teamwork/Leadership
Wood Wall Section Wood Framing Model DESIGN Box for Boats Lincoln Park Boat Club THOUGHT Public 2.0
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LINCOLN PARK BOAT CLUB MAN vs MACHINE
Machine to move boats, and a inclined plane to move people; intersecting where their needs meet. Inspired by the numerous instances of trees and built environment intertwining and entangeling, I sought to create a building which could simultaneously house the extrodinarily scripted process of moving a skulling boat from street level to river level, and the freeform actions of the humansâ€™ daily routine. Stritration across both arms is represented phyically by twists of the facade, and is used to mark shifts in basic functions of the floorplan. The streetside park that remains is for public use, both to allow viewing of the athletes, and to give back the park that once stood on the site.
VIRTUAL vs PHYSICAL A physical realization of virtual space. Through intensive study of the intricacies of virtual spaces, such as those found on Facebook, Youtube, and Reddit, we sought to create a public space which was in someway better than the average. These ideas where then applied to various 2013 Venice Bianalle projects.
ANONYMITY Allows full disclosure of information by allowing user to take any desired personna.
EASE of EXIT Allows users to abandon conversation without insult, and to seek more worthwhile interactions.
SHRINKAGE of TIME and SPACE Allows maximum amount of information exchange by maximizing rate at which interactions occur.
GROWTH of COMMUNITY Allows the information shared to continually grow in variety and quantity.