This overnight education camp is sited in Joshua Tree, California, one of the nation's best preserved National Parks. The proposed building is organized in a linear fashion, cutting into the gentle slope of the site, in section. In order to reduce construction time on site, as well as environmental impact, the building utilizes pre-cast concrete systems to form a repetitive section that can be re-programmed from module to module.
This urban cooking school features four public kitchen spaces to be utilized by nearby residents. The four kitchens-classrooms are elevated above the site, to make space for a daily farmers market and nightly community events.
The facade of the upper mass, made of glass and metal mesh, passively ventilates the interior, while allowing light to pass through to the market below.
This micro-unit housing solution proposes an 8’ x 8’ module that contains all necessary functions of daily life. Kitchen, Dining and Living spaces expand within an outer enclosure to reach their full square footage capacity.
This high-density housing block mixes small studio apartments with luxurious lofts, employing an efficient Corbusien section that repeats and mirrors to form a pattern along the facade.
Each apartment, regardless of size, has its own outdoor garden to buffer sound from the busy street below, and to bring the outdoors in.
Micro-unit housing designed for four students and two professors.
Fold-flat lounge chair designed for mass production and customizability.
This modern A-frame doll house was designed for a friend and later reproduced for sale on Ebay. Made of various laser-cut materials, the entire package can be snapped together in minutes.