Regarding the small business owner, entrepreneur or building owner, there are things that seem simple to do but often I witness them not being implemented by people. What many don’t realize is if you make a mistake in the design of your space you will loose money.
The GSD was very good to me, although it didn’t feel that way at the beginning…
It was my first job in New York City and I was working for a firm I thought of as world-wide famous, Philip Johnson and John Burgee Architects…
This proposal is about these people and their place. It is not about injecting an edifice that reflects a foreign culture, but instead echoes the best cultural center that would be appropriate for this place and these people…
There are many paths to many examples of what not to do when it comes to Architecture and Urban Planning. Architectural magazines and public buzz always centers around what’s the greatest works being produced today and so it should, but I see in so many, perhaps the majority of other projects, a waste of time, money and energy on poor design, and in some cases plain ignorance to the variety of issues Architects must comprehend and answer to, that, I feel it is time to say something. Read more
Archaeology Magazine: A Doomed People, The collapse of the Hohokam at Pueblo Grande by Michael S. Foster and Tobi Taylor. November/December 1998. Pages 44-46.
The Hohokam emerged from obscurity at the beginning of the Pioneer period (ca. 300 B.B. to A.D. 500) and thrived through the Classic period (ca. A.D. 1100 to 1450).
There are a lot of amazing looking images of buildings out there in the world, shell structures, large glass structures, open spacious plans, but are they really legitimate? While they might look cool, I’m frankly surprised by the attention they get because typically I can see through the smoke and realize how just inappropriate they are. Why? Read more
Just finished creating a new WordPress blog for the New York Society of Renderers, Inc. with the help of a theme which features a Mingle Forum module that should be useful to members over the coming years. Read more
Let’s make the world a better place to live in, one twig at a time.
Both inbound and outbound passengers should stand on the same platform, one, in the center and not two with tracks separating them. Why? Read more
Winter is approaching, what better time than to imagine a resort.
Concept: Merging a centralized building type with a decentralized building type, our project will romantically merge itself with the landscape to create a idealistic setting for a relaxed and up-lifting experience. Read more