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.
The 202 Barbara G. Laurie NOMA Student Design Competition challenged students to design a Net Positive, affordable housing project in Oakland, California. The project was to Honor the African Diaspora, incorporate public transit, increase economic prosperity in the community and revitalize the Arroyo Viejo Creek that ran through the site.
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.