2017 Focusing on the five senses from the user and audience, this viewing device acts as an inverted representation of the user’s personality. Instead of thoughts and emotions existing on the interior of the body, it is reversed. The outside emotions are expressive with a diversity of colors, textures, and geometry to energize the sense. […]Read more "Emotional Stimulation"
2018 Sample is an architectural journal published by students of the School of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. This first publication participates in the discussion of strange, unusual, innovative, and creative solutions to architectural problems of our contemporary era. These pages are a product of hours of student work, including […]Read more "Sample"
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"
2017 Located in Prairie Shores, Chicago, Illinois, the site was once fully planted with trees. White oak, black locust, red cedar, eastern white pine, and black walnut harvested for the pure use of building a resourceful community. This specific program is about healing. A journey through four types of consciousness- Observatory | Visual Acupuncture | […]Read more "Dreaming Forest"
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2018 In collaboration with Noah Monty Placed in frames as if the new derived drawings were pieces of art in Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim. Deconstructing a scene from the film The International analyzed and drawn using a set of rules: Lines moving across X-axis = protagonists (Blue squares) Lines moving across Y-axis = antagonists (Solid […]Read more "Bad & Boujee"