I worked on this project from schematic design through construction administration. The lower plinth in the foreground is mainly parking and the central plant for the new tower. There is one basement level, and then the tower footprint is comprised of the facility engineer's office in the basement, lobby at the entry level, parking through level 10, and then office space and amenities up to the penthouse roof level. More info soon.
More to come soon on this one... an oldie! Documented entirely in Revit, from programming through design development - we even did all the presentations in Revit, including all the renderings.
I thought it would be fun to try and design a family "crest" for my recent wedding! Since Annabel works in the clothing industry, and I work in design - it seemed fitting to try and meld the two together to create something iconic!
This was a 35 story tower (plus two basement levels) I worked on from schematic design through construction documents for most of last year through this April.
As part of a proposed renovation to the Moody Gardens Aquarium, we developed a small stingray exhibit just outside the gift shop, and main entrance. Designed as a sunken courtyard, a stretched fabric roof canopy and big-ass fans were the only method of shade and cooling provided. The walls pattern was an off-the-shelf form liner modified to include punched holes in the final wall installation inspired by constellations and mapping systems used for early exploration of the ocean.
It has been way too long since I updated my website, so I finally started to get my act together and have begun an entirely new template to get something new up on the web! I can't wait to show it off, stay tuned for updates!