Built

Against The Grain

Located inside New Haven’s enormous Goffe Street Armory, this site specific installation seeks to render a vast interior space measurable without detracting from its sublime mystery.

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Drip: The Music of Water in New Orleans

Drip reveals the mystery of water in New Orleans slowly, through just one sense: the sound of water.

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L’Chime Sukkah

Sukkah City StL competition winner, built on the campus of Washington University.

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NOMA Green Playhouse

A children’s playhouse auctioned for the New Orleans Museum of Art’s centennial celebration. In collaboration with Andy Sternad and Kenner Carmody.

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Rudolph Hall Entry Furniture

Plug-in furniture provides a place to pause and consider the sheer vertical chasm of Rudolph Hall’s entry.

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Flotant

In the midst of marsh, New Orleans rests on un-solid ground. It’s a soggy, low-lying place, barely land and mostly water. Nature is closer than we think. Between river and lake, we must tread lightly to balance culture, economy and the environment. Will we float, or fall through?

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Urban Farm Hut

A multi-functional storage structure for an urban farm, designed and built by Washington University architecture undergraduates in the Lower Garden District of New Orleans. Organized and facilitated with Andy Sternad.

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Chicken Coop

A prefabricated chicken coop for 20 hens and a rooster in the Lower Garden District of New Orleans. A four-week undergraduate design-build project at Washington University.

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Garden Hut

A backyard hut for a master gardener, with a focus on rainwater collection. Designed and built in 2009 with Trinh Vu.

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Laskey Award

A project exploring music and architecture via a series of small environments built for listening. The recipient of the 2008 Laskey Award, a creative grant for design students at Washington University.

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Franz Building

Renovation of a 1940 brick retail building for the Good Work Network, a non-profit business incubator on Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard in the Central City neighborhood of New Orleans. Undergraduate studio project.

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