This article was just published in Residential Architect’s online magazine. It briefly [and with some inaccuracies] explains the project I worked on in the Fall 2008 semester in Anthony Caradonna’ […]
Last week I participated in a workshop organized by AACUPI with Roma Tre Universita. The project was a “Pavilion in Extra-Light Materials” and its program was to be a semi-permanent […]
The assignment was to design a house that could be built on a hill site in Ludlow, Vermont for under $100,000. Each student was assigned a type/category to work with […]
Rigid (grey) arches support overlayer shell (green), which is pulled into tension by anchoring cables (blue), between which the underlayer (purple) is stretched.
Information from the Rhino model of a radiolarian’s cell and skeleton was projected and stretched to produce geometry for a template whose elements were folded (looped, creating an aperture), stretched […]
Someone wearing headphones can ride a packed subway but feel a certain amount of solitude through total control over the world’s soundtrack. I think people want to feel that they live […]
(rā’dē-ō-lâr’ē-ən) n. Any of various marine protozoans of the order Radiolaria, having rigid siliceous skeletons and spicules. (American Heritage Dictionary.) Below is a 3-Step theme describing radiolarian functions of growth […]