• MASTER’S THESIS PROJECT

    PROJECT: COMMUNITY. LIVE. WORK. LIFE. Mixed-use and live/work structure consisting of community office and conference spaces, community restaurant and night club, community retail and cafe space, local artist workshop and gallery and nineteen unique living units. Sustainable elements include solar shading, geothermal and radiant heating/cooling systems, natural ventilation; also includes the economic and social values …

  • Midway Addition

    The client wanted to add an addition to their summer home built in Midway. The historic nature of the home (built sometime before the turn of the 20th Century) and Midway township, required a design that meshed well with the existing home and neighborhood. This one bedroom no bath no kitchen home was transformed into …

  • Steel and Glass Desk

    Dimensions – 53″ x 34″ x 30″ Materials – clear coated steel, glass This custom desk is welded from mild grade steel, into a sleek modern piece with an opaque white glass table top. Each steel member is spaced from the rest lending the entire piece a lighter feel. Lights beneath the glass top illuminate …

  • Brick Patio and Fire Pit

    This project re-used brick from the dilapidated and broken existing patio on site. This design solution not only proved to be sustainable and very economical, but highly aesthetic as well. Where once was cracked and overgrown unused space, now is an inviting warm spot to enjoy the evening with friends. Completed with Kingbird Design.