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RESEARCH & DESIGN WORK

_James McAlistair Wilson


DESIGN [& BUILD] DEPLOYABLE INTEGRATED SHADING ENVIRONMENT COLLABORATIVELY DESIGNED, FULL SCALE, PORTABLE SHADING ELEMENT INTENDED TO SERVE AS A FOCAL CONGRAGATION POINT AT OUTDOOR GATHERINGS. AN EXPLORATION OF DIGITAL FABRICATION TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES [RHINOCEROS 3D / MASTERCAM / CNC ROUTER]


DESIGN [& BUILD] DIGITAL FABRICATION _STEAM BENDING WAVE SWING COLLABORATIVE INVESTIGATION AND EXPLOARTION OF DIGITAL FABRICATION TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES [RHINOCEROS 3D / MASTERCAM / CNC ROUTER / WATER JET CUTTER] COMBINED WITH TRADITIONAL METHODS OF STEAM BENDING WOOD TO PRODUCE FULL SCALE FUNCTIONAL OBJECTS [WAVE SWING, EDJE CHAIR]. THE DESIGNS AND MANUFACTURING TECHNIQUES OF MICHAEL THONET WERE STUDIED AS THE MAJOR PRECEDENT FOR STEAM BENT FURNITURE DESIGN.


“EDJE” CHAIR


COLLABORATIVE FULL SCALE INSTALLATION EXPLORING THE USE OF GLOW AS AN EXPERIENTIAL ARCHITECTURAL TOOL. THE PROJECT SOUGHT TO DEMONSTRATE THE IDEA OF GLOW BOTH AS A QUALITY OF LIGHT AND A QUALITY OF DARKNESS. GLOW VERSUS THE LACK OF GLOW. OSMOSIS AS NEEDED ASKS THE USER TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CONTROL OF GLOW AND DARKNESS.

CAPTURE

illuminating the interior and pixelating the exterior

DESIGN [& INSTALL] OSMOSIS AS NEEDED


{Osmosis As Needed} constitutes a spatial fracture punctuated by two distinct and highly contrasted conditions of Glow. The extreme Glow contained within leaks through to the exterior, transmitted through the porosity of the containing wall. An initial dense condition of emitted Glow is continually altered, its contrast shifted, as directed by the user situated on the interior. The movements of the directing users are trans mitted through the dividing wall, registering as moments of lack of Glow and creating a dynamic lighting condition on the exterior.

Jessica Mattson | Lisa SauvĂŠ | Jamie Wilson

CAPTURE plug and play

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{Osmosis as Needed} is the final resulting product of a series of efforts aimed at the control of GLOW and Darkness. The manipulation of two extreme and contrasting light conditions side by side is a common task within architectural design. This particular project sought to add to the discussion surrounding the manipulation of Light and Dark in architec ture by giving the user a significant amount of agency in the control of contrasting light conditions. The interactive installation poses questions as to the role of transient active and passive users in the manipulation of GLOW and Darkness. The temporal aspect of the project raises further questions as to the relationship between Light and Time. In what ways can GLOW be utilized to communicate the passage of time – or be used to manipulate Time – to speed it up, or slow it down? Finally, the project is concerned with the idea of materializing GLOW, of making it more tangible. The simple plastic test tube allows for the ability to hold Light in one’s hand and then to transmit that Light by literally piercing the physi cal boundary between Light and Dark.

Vaporized Beatrice Lau, William Liow, Michael Senkow

Still

Matt Acton, Patrick Ethen, Meghan Reynard, Nate Smalligan

Diurnal Direction Yunyuan Deng, Yinan Li

Diffused Spaces Mary Beth Carolan, James Rotz, Katie Schenk

Osmosis As Needed

1000 tubes // 4” x 1/2” dia.

Play. 17 yards // white fabric 8 studs // 4’ x 2” x 3”

2 sheets // 4’ x 8’ x 1/2”

10 yards // black fabric

4’ 2’ 4’ 8’ 8 studs // 7’ x 2” x 3”

ENCOMPASS instructed by Catie Newell ASSEMBLE

fabric, wood, plastic. total cost: $400.12?

6’

4’


fix fabric to existing wall *

attach white fabric backing

secure studs to frame wall

staple black fabric to studs insert tubes through fabric cuts

connect stud wall to flooring

CONSTRUCT

*if existing wall is not available an extra wall can be manufactured


DIRECT

a changing gradient of temporal quality

FILM -> http://vimeo.com/22180819


DESIGN [& PRINT] DIMENSIONS VOLUME 23


STUDENT-PRODUCED ANNUAL JOURNAL OF THE TAUBMAN COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SHOWCASING OUTSTANDING WORK BY STUDENTS, FACULTY, FELLOWS AND VISITING LECTURERS. THE STAFF OF VOLUME 23 STRIVED TO PRODUCE A HYPER CLEAN AND LEGIBLE DESIGN. THE COVER OF THE BOOK WAS DESIGNED WITH A DIE-CUT STENCIL ATTACHED WITH THE IDEA THAT THE USER/READER WOULD PARTICIPATE IN THE FINAL CREATIVE TOUCHES. THE UNVEILING CEREMONY WAS DESIGNED AS AN INTERACTIVE CREATIVE EVENT.

WEB -> http://www.tcaup.umich.edu/architecture/publications/dimensions/dimensions23/


FILM -> http://vimeo.com/19213402


RESEARCH [& DESIGN] LATENT FIGURES @DETROIT, MI Industrial / Highways

Industrial / Major Roads

BLUE COLLAR WORKERS

WHITE COLLAR WORKERS

ZOOMED OUT

Industrial / Rail

BOUN

INDUSTRIAL

Vacant / Highways

Vacant / Major Roads

ZOOMED OUT

Vacant / Arterial Roads

PARKS/OPEN

Residential / Highways

Residential / Major Roads Residential / Arterial Roads

INDUSTRIAL

Parks / Highways

Parks / Major Roads

Parks / Arterial Roads

RETI A

VACANT [NON-RESIDENTIAL]


A

B

BOUNDING/ISOLATING

INTERCHANGING

ZOOMED OUT

LARGE FAMILIES

IRED

LONG-TIME RESIDENTS

INDUSTRIAL SITE RESEARCH UTILIZING GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS [GIS] TO EXPOSE LATENT URBAN CHARACTERISTICS AND DYNAMICS. MULTIPLE VARYING DEMOGRAPHICS WERE FOUND TO BE LARGELY ATTACHED TO PARTICULAR ROAD TYPES. SUBSEQUENT PARKS/OPEN CONCEPTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE DESIGN PROPOSED TO ‘WEAVE’ THESE ROAD TYPES AND A CORRESPONDING DEMOGRAPHIC B GROUPS TOGETHER, CREATING A NEW URBAN SPATIAL CONDITION.

C

RE-ROUTING/EXTENDING

A VACANT [NON-RESIDENTIAL]

BOUNDING/ISOLATING

C

NETWORKED URBAN DYNAMICS INTERCHANGING

LATENT FIGURES IN THE URBAN FIELD RE-ROUTING/EXTENDING

B C


TRAVEL STUDIO COLLABORATIVE PROJECT TO PRODUCE A ‘PATTERN BOOK’ OF SIGNIFICANT URBAN SPATIAL CHARACTERISTICS FOUND IN AMSTERDAM. THE PATTERNS WERE COLLECTED AND DOCUMENTED THROUGH EXTENSIVE RESEARCH IN THE FIELD.

RESEARCH [& EXPLORE] DUTCH URBAN PATTERN BOOK @ AMSTERDAM, NL


COLLABORATIVELY PRODUCED PROTOTYPE GREEN BRICK MASONRY SYSTEM THAT CREATIVELY ADOPTS TRADITIONAL MASONRY CONSTRUCTION METHODS TO CREATE VERTICAL VEGETATIVE SURFACES AND SCREEN WALLS. THE SYSTEM CAN ALSO BE EMPLOYED HORIZONTALLY FOR PAVED GREEN SURFACES AS WELL. AFTER EXPERIENCING BELDEN BRICK’S 125 YEAR OLD BRICK MANUFACTURING PROCESS THAT STARTS WITH THE MINING OF CLAY TO THE FIRING OF BRICK, THE PROJECT INTEGRATES SEAMLESSLY WITH THEIR MANUFACTURING PROCESS. BUILDING ON BELDEN’S REPUTATION OF PRODUCING HUNDREDS OF DIFFERENT COLORS OF FIRED BRICK THIS PROJECT TRANSFORMS BRICK COLOR INTO VEGETATIVE COLOR.

RESEARCH, DESIGN [& BUILD] SUCCESSIONAL BOND

RETHINKING THE ORGANIC ORIGINS OF MASONRY


RESEARCH [& DESIGN] CREDIT CARD CEMETERY @ NEW HARMONY, IN

Credit Card C e m e t er y

Total cards in circulation in U.S. (as of 12/31/08) Visa credit: 309 million MasterCard credit: 211 million American Express credit: 54 million Discover credit: 57.1 million

+

Debtor’s Rehabilition C o m p l e x Loss Loss Loss Loss

of

freedom of cash flow of time of opportunities

“involves a radical reappraisal of modern assumptions about culture, identity, history, or language”

i mp e r f e c t , d i s e a s e d , “to see c o r r u p t i b l e , c o m m o n and ephemeral things in an state towards a u n f a m i l i a r perfect, healthy, “the individual is incor r uptible, or strange and everlasting solely responsible for way, in order s t a t e ” giving one’s own life meaning and living to enhance that life passionately perception of and sincerely, the familiar” in spite of many existential obstacles emotions are translated and distractions into images, narrative including despair, or personified as separate entities angst, absurdity, “views psychological tension and a l i e n a t i o n , and boredom”

Heterotopias of deviation are institutions “a more where we place authentic way i n d i v i d u a l s of being in the whose behavior is outside world than the norm anxiety as necessary for growth” simply as a way ( h o s p i t a l s , a purification a s y l u m s , of knowing” or a purging “Recovery is a p r i s o n s , of emotions homes, process rest permanent Th ere is always “Hedge fund founder without culmination.” c e m e t e r y ) something to

At the end of 2008, Americans’ credit card debt reached $972.73 billion.

see, something to hear. In fact, try as we may to make a silence, we cannot.

Thierry de la Villehuchet kills self after losing $1B in Madoff scandal”

“How happy is the blameless vestal’s lot! The world forgetting, by the world forgot. “a reversal Eternal sunshine of fortune” of the spotless a ritual of burial, of mind! Each unburdening, of forgetting, pray’r accepted, and each wish of ridding oneself of r e s i g n ’ d . ”

SITE-SPECIFIC CONCEPTUAL DESIGN FOR A CREDIT CARD CEMETERY - A SERIES OF “MAUSOLEUMS,” BUILDINGS FOR THE LITERAL DISPOSAL OF CREDIT CARDS, THE FIGURATIVE SHEDDING OF THE BURDEN OF DEBT. EXPLORATION OF MULTIPLE COMBINED DESIGN TECHNIQUES [RESEARCH, NARRATIVE WRITING, DESCRIPTIVE WRITING, MEASURED DRAWING, CONSTRUCTION DETAIL DRAWING, ATMOSPHERIC WATERCOLOR RENDERING, MODEL MAKING, FULL SCALE FIELD STUDY]


Relinquish

Suspend

Inter

Cremate

Where one might give

Where one might act

Where

Where

up a power that often leads to the creation of a heavy burden

to halt a habit that serves only to create and sustain burden

one might entomb a responsibility one is no longer willing or able to bear

one might start a new life by parting with one that is no longer healthy


RESEARCH [& DESIGN] MIXED HOUSING @ DETROIT, MI

SEMI-PUBLIC PLAZA

PUBLIC PLAZA

SEMI-PRIVATE “STREET”

SEMI-PRIVATE

PUBLIC PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION

COLLABORATIVE COMPRHENSIVE HOUSING DESIGN COMBINING MULTIPLE UNIT TYPES [LIVE/WORK, STUDENT, FAMILY RENTAL, FAMILY TOWNHOUSE]. EXHAUSTIVE STUDY OF SITE BUILDING FACTORS [VEHICLE ACCESS, PEDESTRIAN ACCES, PARKING, SOUND BARRIERS, DAYLIGHTING, PUBLIC/PRIVATE SPACE, MOVEMENT THROUGH SITE, ETC] THE BUILDING FORM WAS GENERATED THROUGH A DESIRE TO CREATE A RANGE OF OPEN SPACES [PUBLIC, SEMI-PUBLIC, SEMI-PRIVATE, PRIVATE].


4

2

5

4 1

1 3” SHIPLAP CLADDING

1 BRICK CLADDING

2 RADIANT FLOOR HEATING

2 BRUSHED STEEL GUARDRAIL

3 8” PRECAST CONCRETE HOLLOW CORE

3 8” PRECAST CONCRETE HOLLOW CORE

4 HUNG PRECAST CONCRETE PANEL

4 HUNG PRECAST CONCRETE PANEL

5 2 X 8 WOOD DECKING

5 2” CONCRETE TOPPING

1 2 5 3

3

1 3” SHIPLAP CLADDING 2 FINISHED WOOD PLANK FLOORING 3 2 x 12 WOOD JOISTS 2 1


TERRACE SERVICE SPACE LIVING SPACE BEDROOMS CIRCULATION SPACE

2 BEDROOM STUDENT UNIT 500 SQ FT

LIVE / WORK UNIT TYPE 1 1000 SQ FT

FLOOR 1

FLOOR 1

FLOOR 2

FAMILY TOWNHOUSE UNIT 1200 SQ FT

FLOOR 2

FLOOR 3

LIVE / WO 1600 SQ F


1 BEDROOM STUDENT UNIT 400 SQ FT

ORK UNIT TYPE 2 FT

FAMILY RENTAL UNIT 1200 SQ FT


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RESEARCH [& DESIGN] THESIS: MACHINES OF MANIPULATION


THESIS AND CONCEPTUAL DESIGN THROUGH RESEARCH WITH A FOCUS ON RESEARCH THROUGH MAKING. SITED AT THE FERMI NATIONAL ACCELERATOR LABORATORY IN BATAVIA, IL. THE PROJECT PROPOSES THE HYBRIDIZATION OF MATERIAL LABOR TYPES [THE LABOR OF THE MATERIAL SCIENTIST OR THE EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICIST WITH THAT OF THE ARCHITECT OR LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT]. THE CREATION OF A LANDSCAPE THAT IS CONTINOUSLY DESIGNED AND MANIPULATED, CONTINUOUSLY MADE AND RE-MADE. THE PROJECT ANTICIPATES A FUTURE OF INCREDIBLE MATERIAL MANIPULATION TECHNOLOGIES.


THE LABOR PROCESSES AND PRACTICES OF MATERIAL PRODUCTION ARE UNDERVALUED WITHIN THE ARCHITECTURAL DISCIPLINE. THE DESIGN AND MAKING OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT CONSTITUTES A MANIPULATION OF MATERIAL ON A GRAND SCALE - THE MANIPULATION OF MATERIAL AT MULTIPLE SCALES. THE ARCHITECTURAL APPARATUS RELIES ON THE OPERATION OF VARIOUS MACHINES OF MANIPULATION. THIS THESIS ARGUES THAT THE DISCIPLINE OF ARCHITECTURE REMAINS LARGELY DISENGAGED FROM THE ONGOING OPERATIONS OF THESE VARIOUS MACHINES. IT CALLS FOR A DIRECT PARTICIPATION IN THE LABOR OF MATERIAL MANIPULATION WHICH WOULD THEN SERVE TO ADVANCE THE MATERIAL PRACTICE OF ARCHITECTURE ITSELF. THIS THESIS PROMOTES A NEW FROM OF ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE. IT SEEKS TO HYBRIDIZE THE MATERIAL LABOR OF ARCHITECT WITH THAT OF THE MATERIAL SCIENTIST. IT PROPOSES THE INTEGRATION OF A SCIENTIFIC METHOD THAT PUSHES THE BOUNDARIES OF MATERIAL KNOWLEDGE INTO THE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PROCESS. THIS THESIS IS CONCERNED WITH THE IDEA OF THE ARCHITECT AS INVENTOR. THIS THESIS MOVES IN ON SITES OF MATERIAL INNOVATION. THE APPARATUS OF ARCHITECTURE IS MOVING AWAY FROM AN OBJECT-BASED MODE OF OPERATING. IT IS INFILTRATING EXTENDED NETWORKS OF MATERIAL PRACTICES. THE SITE OF FERMILAB IS HERE TAKEN AS A PRIME EXAMPLE OF A POTENTIAL SITE OF ARCHITECTURAL INTERVENTION. THE PHYSICISTS AT THE FERMI NATIONAL ACCELERATOR LAB, LOCATED IN BATAVIA, ILLINOIS HAS FOR DECADES SOUGHT TO DISCOVER THE FUNDAMENTAL BUILDING BLOCKS OF MATTER, TO UNDERSTAND HOW THE MATERIAL UNIVERSE IS MADE AND WHY IT BEHAVES THE WAY IT DOES. THIS LABOR TAKES PLACE AT THE SCALE OF THE PARTICLE - MATTER AT ITS MOST FUNDAMENTAL LEVEL. THE TEVATRON - A CIRCULAR PARTICLE ACCELERATOR 3.9 MILES IN DIAMETER - IS THE MAIN EXPWWWERIMENT AT FERMILAB. IT IS USED TO COLLIDE PARTICLES IN ORDER TO CREATE CONDITIONS SIMILAR TO THOSE AT THE TIME OF THE BIG BANG. THIS THESIS IS ATTRACTED TO THIS IDEA OF USING A MASSIVELY SCALED INSTRUMENT TO STUDY MATTER AT THE SMALLEST SCALE POSSIBLE.


ON JANUARY 10, 2011, IT WAS ANNOUNCED THAT THE TEVATRON WILL CEASE OPERATIONS AT THE END OF SEPTEMBER, 2011,[4] AS IT HAS BEEN MADE OBSOLETE BY THE LHC,[5] WHICH BEGAN OPERATIONS IN EARLY 2010. THIS THESIS SEEKS TO SET NEW MATERIAL AGENDAS FOR THE SITE, AND WITH THOSE NEW AGENDAS, A NEW LANDSCAPE FORM. THE CURRENT LANDSCAPE OF FERMILAB, ARTIFICIAL AND IMPORTED, WILL BE MADE FURTHER ARTIFICIAL THROUGH PERPETUAL MANIPULATION. AN INITIAL MASSIVE CONTROLLED BURN OF THE SITE WILL CLEAR THE WAY FOR THE NEW LANDSCAPE. THE TEVATRON WILL BE EXCAVATED. A NEW POLYMER-CONSTRUCTED ARCHITECTURE IS INJECTED INTO THE LANDSCAPE. THE ARCHITECTURAL TEAM TAKES UP RESIDENCE IN THE MAIN CONTROL ROOM - FROM HERE THE ARCHITECT OVERSEES THE CONTINUAL MANIPULATION OF THE LANDSCAPE - DAILY ROUNDS OF CONTROLLED BURNS, SHIFTS, EXPANSIONS AND CONTRACTIONS OF THE ARTIFICIAL, PLASTIC LANDFORMS. THE WORK OF THE ARCHITECT IS ONGOING. THE DESIGN AND MANIPULATION OF THE LANDSCAPE IS TAKEN IN SHIFTS. THE PROGRAM, A HOTEL, IS ADOPTED IN ORDER TO BUILD A CONSTANT DENSITY OF TRANSIENT USERS - THE POLYMER HILLS RESORT. THE HOTEL GUESTS ARE ATTRACTED BY THE SPATIAL EXPERIENCE OF AN EVER-CHANGING LANDSCAPE AND THE SPECTACLE OF THE CONTROLLED BURNS. THEIR PHYSICAL PRESENCE MAKES THEM INTO PASSIVE MATERIAL LABORERS AS THE REFLEXIVE TECHNOLOGY OF THE ARCHITECTURE UNMAKES AND REMAKES ITSELF ACCORDINGLY RESPONDING TO CHANGES IN HEAT, CO2 LEVELS, MOVEMENT, PRESSURE, SOUND. AN INFRASTRUCTURE IN SUPPORT OF A PERPETUAL CONSTRUCTION SITE IS LAID. OIL AND OTHER CHEMICALS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF VARIOUS POLYMERS ARE PIPED IN. A FARM IS STARTED ONSITE TO CULTIVATE WHEAT, SUGAR BEETS, AND POTATOES - USED TO PRODUCE BIOPOLYMERS.


UNBEKNOWNST TO THE ARCHITECT OR THE HOTEL GUESTS, A SUBTERRANEAN MILITARY RESEARCH LAB AND AIR DEFENSE COMPOUND IS INSTALLED ONSITE - THE GOVERNMENT EAGER TO FIND A WAY TO USE THE TECHNOLOGY OF THIS NEW EVERSHIFTING POLYMER LANDSCAPE FOR “DEFENSE” PURPOSES. A STOCK OF PATRIOT SURFACE TO AIR MISSILES STAND READY TO PROTECT THE SITE FROM NUCLEAR ATTACK. A LARGER INVOLVEMENT IN TERRITORIES OF MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY OBLIGATES PARTICIPATION IN A GLOBAL DISCUSSION OF MATERIAL ETHICS. THE IMPLICATIONS OF UNCHECKED MATERIAL MANIPULATION ARE ENTERING INTO THE DISCOURSE OF ARCHITECTURE. THE CONSTRUCT CONSTITUTES MY OWN ATTEMPTS AT RESEARCH THROUGH MAKING. IT HAS PROVIDED ME A PLATFORM ON WHICH TO LAY OUT AND ORGANIZE THE VARIOUS RELATIONAL ASPECTS OF THE THESIS. THE CONSTRUCT WAS USED TO SITUATE THE THESIS WITHIN THE LARGER CONTEXT OF MATERIAL MANIPULATION AT MULTIPLE SCALES AND ACROSS MULTIPLE VALENCES.


RECENT PROFESSIONAL WORK

site plan & typology key

PARCEL

1 2 3 4 5

3

x 11

8 3

3

x 20

7

x9

9

3

DUPLEX CITY S.

LOFT

VILLA

APARTMENT

T. HOUSE HYBRID

SAMPLES OF COLLABORATIVELY PRODUCED WORK COMPLETED FOR A COMPETITION ENTRY FOR THE DESIGN OF A MASTERPLAN FOR A LARGE MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT IN EASTERN ISTANBUL.

FLAT

COMPETITION ENTRY: MASTERPLAN, FIBA GAYRIMENKUL GAD ARCHITECTURE / ISTANBUL, TR

1 roof duplex 1 garden duplex

x5

4

x 52 15 19 3 15

4

x2

3 2 3

1 roof duplex 1 garden duplex

4 7

3

2

4 roof flats 2 garden flats

2 garden duplex 5 2 roof flat 2 garden flat

2 roof flat 2 garden flat

2

4

1 garden duplex 1 roof flat 1 garden flat

x 50

7 11 21 11

1 garden duplex

x 15

15

x4

1 garden duplex

2 luxury apartments per floor

4

x6

3

x1

1

4 standard apartments per floor

4

x7

2 2 3

4 standard apartments per floor

5

x7

2

5

4 standard apartments per floor

6

x4

4

4 standard apartments per floor

1

x8

2

x 10

4

x 49

2

6

split level villa

8

10

two level villa

urban loft garden loft

duplex

x 58


“Sunset District” section rendering

“Hillside Suites” section rendering


rendered perspectives, “Sunset District”

“The Lofts” section rendering


aerial rendered perspective, “Sunset District�


40 m2

140 m2 PARCEL 2

BEDROOM BATHROOM KITCHEN MAID/LAUNDRY LIVING/DINING GREEN SPACE

+1 level [40 m2]

entry level [140 m2]

Villa Type A @ 180 m2 program plans and massings for “Villa” unit type

GAD

global architectural development


PARCEL 1

111 m2

BEDROOM BATHROOM KITCHEN MAID/LAUNDRY

85 m2

LIVING/DINING GREEN SPACE

Villa Type B @ 200 m2

GAD

global architectural development


INDEPENDENT RESEARCH [& TRAVEL] ISTANBUL: A SPATIAL ENCYCLOPEDIA CROWDFUNDED INDEPENDENT RESEARCH @ ISTANBUL, TURKEY CONDUCTED OVER A PERIOD OF 4 MONTHS. [AUDIO FIELD RECORDINGS, PHOTOGRAPHY, FILM, WRITING, DRAWING] KICKSTARTER PAGE: HTTP://KCK.ST/JDOFLA PROJECT PAGE: ISTANBULSE.TUMBLR.COM

CD cover design and tracklist [Heard in Istanbul: field recordings]

project postcard designs


interior, Aya Sofya, Sultanahmet


interior, Sultanahmet Camii, Sultanahmet


courtyard, Sultanahmet Camii, Sultanahmet


interior, HaydarpaลŸa Station, Kadikรถy

360 degree view, Galata Tower, Galata


interior, S端leymaniye Camii, Fatih


istanbul, 41째 1' 7 N, 28째 57' 53 E project poster design


“Seagull Study,” Eminönü


RESEARCH & DESIGN WORK _ JAMES WILSON