My submission to the $300 House Challenge was one of the three winners selected by the Jury. I also placed 10th in the online popular voting. Thanks to everyone who voted for my project. – Link to announcement – I will be sure to keep posting updates on my progress, including my participation in the upcoming prototyping workshop.
Please vote for my shed in the Shed of the year 2010 competition run by www.shedblog.co.uk. – Vote! – - Vote! -
Temporary Outdoor Gallery Space 3 (TOGS 3) competition prompt: “Objective – enhances the global dialogue between art and architecture. . . innovative proposals for a temporary outdoor structure that will function simultaneously as an exhibition space and as an architectural exhibition. . . TOGS™ challenges the visual and conceptual boundaries of the outdoor gallery space, [...]
Here is my entry to the Guggenheim Shelter competition. Sunken three feet, the shelter is low and unobtrusive. The glass enclosure allows you to stay connected to your surroundings, while an enclosed sleeping den provides privacy. To further the interior-exterior connection, the den’s green roof continues inside, while the desk is on the same plane [...]
This is my submission to Shedworking’s Headquarters competition. Link I broke down the needs into three categories: office, library, and storage. This led me to a cluster design, with an 10×12’ office, an 8×10’ library, and a 6×8’ storage. I thought the office and library space should be connected and the storage space should be [...]