Monthly Archives: September 2012
Park(ing) Day – Rebar and many others Property attributes/variables: reconceptualize the street automobile parking space as a plot of publicly owned property to be rented out for a limited amount of time. Tactics: reprogram this space from temporary storage into … Continue reading
Property laws, conventions, and the spatial systems that they imply, to a large extent, determine the ways that we interact with each other and the city. Property is actually based in legality as a bundle of rights, however it manifests … Continue reading
Extension of the sidewalk public sphere.
Sequence of modules arranged in a gestalt pattern, housing program and implying programmatic extensions in-between.
Dispersed follies/pavilions that imply an event space.
This study model was intended to demonstrate the use of a tensile structural strategy within a party wall vacant lot scenario.