Architecture

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A-403 EXTERIOR SOUTH ELEVATION - A-403

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A 350 room hotel located near the JFK airport in New York City. Designed and drafted while working with Gene Kaufman, Architects PC. Scheduled completion 2018. Pictured above: North and East Elevation and a sample floor plan.

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While working with aa64 I was responsible for the renovation of a brownstone home in Brooklyn, New York. The new design included a new rear deck made of glass and steel to allow light into the new cellar dwelling.

 

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As the graphic designer for M Crown Productions I created renderings for the proposal and design of Lacoste’s 80th Anniversary storefront windows in their New York City flagship store.

 

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While working with Serett Metalworks 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 in New York City.

 

A collection of work from my time at Portland State University’s Department of Architecture.

Urban Suspension

The object of this project was to design a multipurpose hotel/ retail center which spanned over a major freeway in the heart of Portland.

I drew inspiration from the surrounding industry.

Modular Repetition

Adaptive Reuse Exhibition Space

The Studio Building

Greenhouse vs. Workhouse

Collage

A visual depiction of the feeling of being “home”.

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