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Amplified encounters at high speed
This thesis expands upon the dialogue between speed and architecture, investigating how architecture reinterprets the linear city, originally defined by the continuous fabric of the freeway and more recently reconfigured ...
Urbanisms of subsistence: The void, the seed & the splint
Informal methods of pooling, recycling, and redistributing scarce commodities that have long sustained villages of 10s and 100s now support dense conurbations of millions in peri-urban areas around cities throughout the ...
River of trees: A floating ecotourism camp in the Atchafalaya basin
The project envisions a houseboat ecotourism community in the Atchafalaya River Swamp of southern Louisiana. A million uninhabited acres, the Atchafalaya is the main floodway for the Mississippi River, receiving overflow ...
Prefabricating flexibility: Aggregate house
Prefabrication has become embedded in architectural culture and methodology over the last century. It has been widely successful in mass produced trailer homes and the fabrication of isolated systems used in traditional ...
Building fabric: Weaving a new student union for New York University
Student Centers are typically iconic to a University, but are not always designed with their importance in mind. A student center serves anyone looking for a place to study, surf the web, be entertained, relax, shop, play ...