Urban Ecologies | 2023
During the fall, my studio dove into research of a mixed use industrial zone of a New Bedford, MA community with the task of designing housing for at least 100 residents while addressing things such as rising water levels and considering how our design might fit into the current urban fabric. 
Urban Ecologies | 2023
As mode of analysis, my partner and I created a quilt inspired by the naratives and history of New Bedford Mills with the goal of representing the lifecycle of the buildings. A mill might find itself used as a textile mill, rubber manufacturing plant, appartments, or abandoned and destroyed. 
Of the Earth | 2022
This semi-outdoors space is designed to encourage learning and making within the RISD community as well as the greater community of providence, specifically for those who are interested in plant life. The overall form is inspired by the local topography, the iconic college hill. The space features an enclosed greenhouse space alongside various different work and gallery spaces, as well as bathroom and storage. The more covered and cave-like studio space can be opened up with a large pivot wall to further connect the space with the outdoors. The second floor consists of an open air balcony which oversees the greenhouse and the surrounding outdoor areas, as well as a more closed off room intended for a small gallery exhibition or a private artist residency with a second floor entrance. 
Architectural Analysis | 2022
By taking existing plans of B.V. Doshi's Kamala House, I was able to create accurate three-dimentional drawings of the building as well as a variety of exploratory models representing massing and program in different ways. 
Architectural Projections | 2022
Over the course of a semester, I took a single form of three intersecting shapes and analyzed it in a variety of different ways.  Thinking of the form as both a positive and negative space, I was able to create a physical model with corresponding section drawings representing what it might look like as an interior space. 
Tumble Drawing
Two orthographic elevation drawings are used to produce a third elevation from a new, rotated orientation of looking. Further, the rotated drawing and an original elevation drawing is used to create a three-dimensionally "tumbled" view of the form. 
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