Designing for symbiosis is different for each individual and/or space.

Therefore, to begin the process one must ask themselves :

How do I  specifically thrive?

What are my needs?

What are my desires?

Once those questions are answered comes the next set of questions :

How do my individual needs thrive?

How do my individual desires thrive?

Once all questions are answered, it is a matter of designing around both sets of answers. This helps to tackle any design problem with the lens of both micro and macro solutions. It is always important to recognize how every design decision has an impact.  The question is -- is it the right impact?

THE EVOLVING STRUCTURE

USC Thesis Project

Awarded the Raymond S. Kennedy Award in recognition of outstanding and original presentation of architectural problems representing creative innovation.

EVOLVING STRUCTURE
EVOLVING STRUCTURE
EVOLVING STRUCTURE
EVOLVING STRUCTURE

WRITINGS  |  LAWN REPLACEMENT

Looking at the micro and macro of ones solutions before designing -- safety tips for homeowners and designers.

Lawn Replacement, Part 1 : 

Just Say No to Artificial Turf 

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Lawn Replacement, Part 2 :

How to Choose New Plants

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