This design required many different materials, to form to plaster mold, I tried 3D printing (which failed) then museum board, which was more successful.
In this model our group combined plaster and rockite. It was an interesting experiment to see the different textures created.
This concept was difficult to build with conventional model materials such as model board or foam core. 3D printing was the best way to express this design.
This was an organizational method which explored circles. It focused on perceived borders that form spaces within a uniform organization.
This design was inspired by an evolution of western saloons. It explored public spaces on different levels.
This pavilian was a modular design. I used an oversized crescent shape as the module, each rotated as different angles to provide a distinct look, seating, and shade.
This was created through Adobe Illustrator, representing how forestry is impacted by human consumption.
This diagram, designed in Adobe Illustrator, shows the progression of oil rig depth development throughout the years. Reinforcing our reliance on oil.
This diagram designed in Adobe Illustrator represented humanity's growing dependence on oil.