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Plum Island House creates space through three curvilinear volumes – each ambiguously act as both object and wall as they transition from floor to floor. The shingle facade is designed to wrap the lower floor and peel back to follow the volumetric curvature at the upper.
Plum Island House
Tesuque Studio utilizes a conventional concrete tilt-up technique to form a five sided massing. Each wall has prescribed cutaways, which align to a roof of three cylindrical slopes.
Halo operates as part salon, part clinic, part school, developed as a space for women and girls coping with cancer and the cosmetic effects of chemotherapy. A study in materiality, Halo is lavishly surficially adorned.
Krallman Residence is a collection of cottages cascading a cliffside ocean property. Interiors become exteriors and vice versa, as space spills into the landscape.
Serriframe conspicuously borrows brick to inconspicuously exist within Boston’s neighborhoods, both historic and not. The figure/field of brick is inverted, favoring the mortar joint as figure and the brick as void, or field – rendering a bond pattern of laser cut weathered steel.
Library for the Museum of Fine Arts
Library offers a continuous experience – a labyrinthian loop of bookshelves, crenelated to produce individualized spaces. The sinuous organizational form is revealed surrounding a central garden.
Dimple Chair renders wood in both machinic and traditional hand craft. A defined pattern of dimples are milled from the seat of the chair exposing a new grain figure while leaving a trace of the toolpath.
Botanical Court inverts an outer perimeter inward. Housing McMaster University’s Palm collection, the greenhouse becomes vertically attenuated in section and dimensionally thin in plan, wrapping around a central public courtyard that enjoys 360 degree views of the palms, without compromising the integrity of the greenhouse ecosystem.