This section documents work created in a professional office while I was an intern architect and then a licensed architect. The projects I worked on included a variety of student housing and market rate multi-family buildings at multiple scales and construction types. I performed a variety of roles across these projects but most frequently was responsible for schematic phase site and building studies and RFPs. For these project studies, my tasks included designing efficient building layouts on irregular sites, developing unit mixes that reach client density goals, and creating presentation drawings and mixes to communicate the proposed design.
The above project was a response to an RFP for a low rise mixed use student housing project. The highlight of the design was a feature entry portal that opened up the interior courtyard to the street and provided space for an active gathering staircase. Our team won this RFP contest but it was decided that the project would not move forward.
I was responsible for the conceptual design of this proposal, including the exterior elevations, the concept floor plans, and the modeling of the final building. The professional renderings were created by an outside consultant from the model that I developed.
The above project is currently in construction development and I have been involved through every stage of the project. The exteriors were designed based on client precedent requests and the rendering was created by an outside consultant. The units went through many rounds of revision to maximize the overall efficiency and standardization across all unit types.
I was involved in the elevation design and modeling of the above project, as well as early design development work. The elevations were designed based on inspiration images collected by the team and client requests for materiality and budget.
The project above was a proposal for an RFP that our team did not win. This was to be a small scale student housing project on a very small site that needed to include parking, retail, amenity, and apartment units. Our focus was on creating a dynamic public zone along the street and an existing private walking alley adjacent to the building.
I was primarily involved in the development of the massing and floor plans, as well as the presentation drawings for the RFP response. The rendering was created by an outside consultant based on our model.
The above project is a market rate high rise apartment building that I worked on. I was involved in the initial building massing and schematic design of the plans. The elevations were designed based on client requests and went through many variations to refine the scale and massing to achieve a notable skyline look.
The above project is a two phase project where I was primarily responsible for the design and modeling of the left side phase. The right side phase was developed by another team and our task was to differentiate our building while maintaining some of the material palate and massing language.
The project above was a garden style student housing complex that I saw from initial conceptual site layout all the way through construction. I was one of the primary production team member responsible for the management of this project, including through construction administration.
The exterior design of this project was heavily influenced by a common campus style guideline. The renderings were produced by an outside consultant based on our designs.