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Within the fluvial landscape of Louisiana, the levee is the means by which absolute lines are drawn upon unstable territories. A natural landform in origin, the levee historically operated as the high ground and collective ...
Resettlement Community Center
American small-town industrial decline and global political economic instability are interconnected. The recent US presidential election showed how Americans are grappling with the issue of immigration. While cities across ...
Industrious Ruins present an alternative approach to adaptive reuse operating between historic preservation and complete renovation. There is value to be found in the reactivation of defunct industrial structures, which ...
Animate Length: The French Connection
This project takes on the highway as its site of investigation by merging infrastructure and architecture to address and redefine this imposed urban edge. Situated along the Boulevard Périphérique in Paris, which forms the ...
This thesis spatializes and conceptualizes images as architecture's primary material. In this medium, line and color are conflated into a single framework.
The Spaces We Hear
This project takes into account the aural environment from the beginning of the design process. Using it to cross spaces, to create new spaces, and create new relationships between spaces – to let sound become an organizer ...
Uneven Distribution confronts the ideology of the tower as related to the management of production in the American city. Upon their construction, nineteenth and twentieth century office towers were widely celebrated as ...
As a series of waypoints for touring musicians traveling between major music cities across the United States, this project links disparate sites into a cultural infrastructure. Sited in the no man’s land between the ...