Elementary School

 

 

I designed this elementary school with modular design in mind for a spall park site. I aimed to construct spaces in which children will not experience distraction of emotion while in the classroom.  I also wanted to construct a scheme which would subconsciously coax the children to be calm in one area and active in another.  The circulation space for the school winds in a tightening spiral towards the gymnasium building the energy of the students ready for play.  This has the opposite effect when returning to class and walking through the unwinding spiral.

 

 

 

Architecture and Lighting Design Portfolio

 
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Lounge Chair

 

Continuing the building method of the museum chair, this lounge chair was custom built for a client under my start up company Fluma while a member of the Pratt Incubator for Sustainable design created by Deb Johnson – the former chair of Industrial Design at the Pratt Institute.  This piece is made entirely from cedar and redwood salvaged from water towers in NYC and using waterproof glue to ensure a long lasting outdoor lifecycle.

 

Litelab Corporation

 

At litelab I generated submittals, production drawings, assembly details, and managed the fabrication and assembly line production.  I was also responsible for completing 3D computer designs in Solidworks and communicating with design teams for companies like Ralph Lauren, Polo, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, the Boston Museum, the American History Museum, and the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.

 

An excellent experience working with CNC machinery and recieving incredible solidworks training from CADedge in Manhattan, and traveling to to headquarters in Buffalo NY to the manufacturing facility.  

 

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Lounge Chair

 

Continuing the building method of the museum chair, this lounge chair was custom built for a client under my start up company Fluma while a member of the Pratt Incubator for Sustainable design created by Deb Johnson – the former chair of Industrial Design at the Pratt Institute.  This piece is made entirely from cedar and redwood salvaged from water towers in NYC and using waterproof glue to ensure a long lasting outdoor lifecycle.