Studio

The Wetherall house. I designed this 1,000 sf cottage to sit on the Wetherall’s new property at the edge of the Deschutes River in Bend, OR. Not yet completed, the above images represent inspiration photos, sketches as well as plans and sections.

 

Carnegie Building Photograph

Carnegie-Bldg-Front-Elevation

Carnegie-Building-Other-Side-Elevation

Carnegie-Building-Demo-Plan

The Hokitika Museum. Originally built as a Carnegie Library in 1908, this historic building is situated in the small town of Hokitika on the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island. An earthquake in 2011 damaged the structure of the building and while working at Fulton Ross Team Architects in Chirstchurch, New Zealand, we proposed an upgrade to the supporting walls which would not alter the historic integrity of the building. Pictured above: Early photograph of the Carnegie Library, north and west elevations and the demolition floor plan.

 

7141-max

Memorial-Hall

LINCOLN-ELEVATION

Lincoln-GF-Plan

Ivey West and Memorial Hall at Lincoln University located in Lincoln New Zealand. During the 2011 Earthquake the buildings were badly damaged. While working at Fulton Ross Team Architects in Christchurch, New Zealand, we proposed a structural upgrade, replacement of the historic facade and repurpose of the interior spaces from dormitory and chapel to offices and a lecture hall. Pictured above: Early photograph of the buildings, interior rendering of Memorial Hall, proposed north elevation and ground floor plan.

 

 

 

autocad1flock-sculpture

autocad2

ring-sculture-1

While working with Serett Metalworks in New York City, I created shop drawings and coordinated the construction of the large steel sculptures designed by the Art Student’s League of New York and installed along Riverside Park.

 

 

As an architecture student at Portland State University I presented this project, the object of which was to design hotel and retail center which spanned over a major freeway in the heart of Portland, Oregon. My project was modeled after the surrounding industry.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: