Milledgeville Transport Center
The Milledgeville Transport Center is designed to bridge the gaps in the site created by the negative legacy of the Milledgeville asylum and draw life back to the site. The center creates a hub for community activity and movement. The shadow of grief and death can be seen in the previous degradation of the site. Abandoned buildings and decreased access are the main obstacles to overcome. The campus
North Charleston, SC
Adaptive reuse project focusing on architecture as Civic Asset. Looking at the old military barracks and offices in North Charleston, SC and how a new project can connect the site back to the city of Charleston and bring new life to the area. Working with future development plans to include strong civic assets that will ensure community needs are met in the future development.
Kayak Recreation Center
The Kayak Center focuses on connection, embrace and launch as the driving concept. Through analysis of the Thunderbolt, GA community and its connection to the Wilmington RIver the architecture seeks to create a sense of family and activity in an. area that lacks a facility to promote communal delight.
Maplewood District: Porch House
This project is designed to address the Affordable Housing crisis in Bluffton, SC. he Town of Bluffton, SC is experiencing rapid growth with few options for low income housing under development. We studied four town-owned properties and propose innovative housing options for these sites - single homes / paired homes / townhomes / low-rise apartments. We focused on universal design (ADA), sustainable design, healthy buildings, and cultural connections.
Governor Ames Estate Pavilion
The Lyceum Fellowship 2020 Design competition challenged participants to reimage the Visitor Experience. Students are to design an event pavilion near or within the Estate House footprint to have a unique relationship with the designed landscape that can enhance the visitor experience and provide a platform for community, family gatherings and celebrations inviting new and regular visitors to the Ames Estate.
The Matrix: Anthony Gormley Public Library
Project explored the hometowns of influential artist and endeavored to create a public library that would shut the need of the community. The Matrix inspired by one of Gormley's most famous sculptures explores ideas of transparency and light creating spaces that are both private and public in function.
Maasai Museum of History and Culture
A museum to and celebrate the Maasai culture, educate the community, and introduce them to Savannah and the rich, historic culture of its site context.