A networked moss culture designed for standard T-bar drop-ceilings.
X-Stock is a concept for a line of clothing that uses the “deadstock” or “new old stock” of a Fifth Avenue luxury clothing brand.
Located in a historic preservation neighborhood, the design addresses a double condition.
A human scent emitting mannequin.
IM Blanky is a blanket with an IP address. The basic v. 1.0 is self-modeling. It is wirelessly linked to a digital model that registers and reprocesses its changing state in real time.
Research lab at the University of Toronto founded by NMO partner.
The Farnsworth Curtain takes its cue from Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House. The glass house made its inhabitant uneasy by its complete transparency to the outside. Perimeter curtains were hung to provide opacity and psychological comfort.
The Farnsworth Wall is an architectural wall module that harvests solar energy to illuminate the interior.
The yard becomes an organic machine for the harvesting and filtration of a single body of water that is perpetually recycled in a semi-closed system.
A space that responds to fluctuating light levels by continuously modulating its surface to enhance light and mood.
Gardens, with their devotion to the sensual pleasures of the body have always been extra-ordinary sites, releasing us from our normative/ordinary routines though the artificial enhancement of natural phenomena. In this post-nature garden, a bio-machine supports and delights us.
By distributing the HVAC system into the glazing system, glass becomes a haptic transmitter.
2011, with Valenina Mele
2011, with Valentina Mele
A sealed glazed curtain wall module is capable of supplying fresh air.
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In order to create a necessary densification/intensification of activities within the boundaries of the site, all form is programmed not just once… but twice.
Being commissioned by a professional snowboarder, the strategy takes its cue from the intimate engagement of a shredder following the line of a mountain; it is one of maximum engagement with the site.
Un-Edited, Un-Curated, Un-Rated, Un-Ruly
The Sky House achieves one of the oldest ambitions of architecture… to suspend the body in space.
In the Invisible House, lighting is the primary shaper of one’s spatial experience. The notion of the invisible is explored in a couple of different ways: on the one hand the extreme familiarity and homogeneity that renders things invisible and on the other, the literal white or black out.
The Gallery House is inverted, in that every opening is a window onto its own domestic activities.
Behind the one-way mirror, harmless activities inevitably take on subversive implications.
In the Pool House, the house has invaded the pool. The bedrooms inhabit the deep end.