Located in Vancouver's Chinatown district, this co-housing arrangement allows for greater interaction between the residents through dense floor arrangements, shared kitchens, and an operable Nana Wall system.
Cabin - 2-4 person Occupancy
775 sq.ft. - 72 sq. m.
A full construction set for a cabin in Northern BC. This is programmed for medium snow loads and to house 2-4 people conducting research in the backcountry.
It is a light wood frame and masonry bearing wall design of ordinary mill construction. It utilized an existing concrete pad (6x6m). Using a simple 600 and 1200 mm design module for economy of building materials this unit can house two separate groups if need be with a shared kitchen space, bathroom, and laundry on the first floor.
st. pauls hospital
1002 Station Street, Vancouver BC
Hospital Campus - 5,000 bed occupancy
1,076,000 sq.ft. - 100,000 sq. m.
Working in groups of four, a proposal took shape for downtown Vancouver's new Hospital Campus. We predict a future where the hospital campus can promote preventative care while also providing the services for acute care.
Collaboration with Kenson Chan, Wei Wei Fan, and Sarah Sako
mexico city sketches
Walking around Mexico City taught us to learn through sketching. The water infrastructure, prominent architecture monuments, transportation networks, proposals, and sculptures all captured by hand.
Three urban-scale case studies were chosen to show development across Mexico City. We mapped the age of buildings, access to transportation networks, and major businesses.
In Collaboration with Julia Casol, Mahsa Momenzadeh, Bonnie Vahabi, and Claire Wang.
vancouver art gallery
163 W. Georgia, Vancouver BC
Civic - Vancouver Art Gallery - 1500 + Occupancy
484,000 sq.ft. - 45,000 sq. m.
5 stories + basement
The Vancouver Art Gallery’s collection is behind closed doors, of storage units. Only a tiny fraction of the 10,000+ works is ever on display.
This proposal for the expansion of the Vancouver Art Gallery places Canadian art in Vancouver’s daily life. The museum becomes a storefront, uses modular panels for curatorial agency, while framing views to the city.