find here collected works from my first two undergraduate years at Syracuse University's School of Architecture. These projects are outlandish, amusing, playful, imaginative, and otherworldly. I eventually quit the School of Architecture because i could not see myself being happy in a career in that field; perhaps viewing these documents you will understand why i felt that way.
although my time at the School of Architecture ended with a switch to a more open-minded and human-scale major, viewing these projects through the lens of time and mental distance, i find a great deal to be proud of.
my final building design, a plan for a floating art school in downtown Syracuse, New York. Site is currently a parking lot.
freshman year final project: a museum dedicated to Stanley Kubrick, sited in Venice, Italy.
experimental plan for a rural yet dense living community.
first semester final project: a lakehouse designed for a dancer.
an intensive weeklong project in which our dorm rooms were redesigned.
a filmic architectural intervention in the space of the U.S.S. Discovery One.