2020 Shortlisted Submission to Combo Competition’s “Emotions, Architecture, Opioids” Here is a place to grow. Surrounded by colors and materials that want us to be feel happy, confident, and balanced. It’s about feeling free from judgment. The plan consists of a Reception Area, Clinical Areas, Administration Spaces, and Building Support Rooms. When you look out […]Read more "What If We Have Love Instead Of Concrete"
2020 Submission to A+D Museum: Digital Gallery called The Future of _SpaceRead more "“It Was Like We Read One Hundred Love Stories in One Night. Then We Woke Up in Love. There is Nothing Quite Like Your Hands. All I Want Is to Taste You.”"
Made Labs Workshop | MAIO Architects Siracusa, Italy | 27 July 2019 – 4 August 2019 Furthering MAIO Architects’ extensive research on communal kitchens, we were tasked to create pieces of furniture that held a specific task. I had heating and lighting while the other groups had Service, Storage, Watering, Eating, Preparing, and Refreshing & Shadowing. […]Read more "Made Labs Workshop"
2019 House In Forest Submission Definitely Not Architecture (Eli Liebenow & Cameron Kursel) This artificially forested area is ripe for the possibility of Architectural intervention. The conditions of the site include the presence of an unrelenting grid system of trees and seasonal flooding of up to 15 feet. With these site specific challenges questions arise 1. From the […]Read more "It’s All About the Legs"
2019 Refworks “9^3 Squares” Submission Definitely Not Architecture (Eli Liebenow & Cameron Kursel) Sex is a poorly taught subject in western culture; yet, our exposure to sexually explicit content is continually increasing through the media and the internet. We are a hyper-sexualized but sexually-repressed society. With this sexual overexposure, we must usher an area of Sex Positivity and […]Read more "What’s the Safe Word?"
2016 Cemetery Design sited at the Reed Street Yards in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Chapter 1 – “As Gregor Samsa awoke one morning from uneasy dreams he found himself transformed in his bed into a gigantic insect. He was lying on his hard, as it were armor-plated, back and when he lifted his head a little he […]Read more "Soul-ection"
2018 Using architectural design as a way of thinking to explore the subconscious and the subjective. Researching to understand something that is intangible through visceral interpretation. These are meant to seem relatable yet having the viewer continuously asking questions. What is this? Is it floating, landing, or taking off? Was this in a dream? There […]Read more "Understanding the MIS-understood"