The uniformity of East Boston housing and the lack of green open space inspired my design of an apartment building that has a large greenhouse on the front, allowing residents to enjoy green space all year.
For an artist, the idea of using Brutalist elements of overlooking the world was the base inspiration, and I used large glass holes to allow light in and massive openings to connect the floors.
Boat Building School
This building is a concept of a connected Boat Building School in Brooklin, ME, that allows connection throughout through the large open space in the center.
This library was designed to seamlessly drive participants through a beautiful library that looks weightless up to a beautiful view of a park.
With this object, instead of making a stage, I created a place that performs with shadows for onlookers as the day progresses
This home was designed to go over a river and feel like it flows, with large open spaces moving together in a perpendicular direction to the river below.
First three milestones
05 / 03 / 2019
08 / 30 / 2019
04 / 27 / 2020
Pass the LEED Green Associate exam and officially start my journey towards a future full of responsible and environmentally friendly architecture.
Starting Wentworth Institute of Technology, beginning a new chapter, and starting my path to become a certified architect.
Start working at Riverstone Sustainability as a consultant and start working on my first LEED equivalency project.