3x3 x 2x2, Fall 2012, Rice University School of Architecture
Modular building toy. A system of pegs and plates allows for a wide variety of building possibilities through a range of module configurations and connection methods. The box doubles as a starting piece.
Study drawings of Bordeaux House by Rem Koolhaas/OMA, Spring 2013, Rice University School of Architecture
Used drawing to investigate the role of the large central open-air elevator in mediating between the house’s disparate floors, and the programmatic repercussions of the structure of the house.
Crimp House, Spring 2013, Rice University School of Architecture
The house’s spaces are defined by forms developed from sliced and folded planes. All of the components of the house are a result of this process. The formal complexity of space in the house reflects density of activity; the lower public floors are highly complex and give way to simpler open resting spaces towards the top of the structure.