The Grandest Canyon

A configuration of things in deep time. A potential architecture in the ruins of the Anthropocene. An architecture for critters and chthonic ones alike.

︎Published in Issue 01 of See/Saw

Harvard Graduate School of Design
Mack Scogin studio
Spring 2018

Bank 1, Bank I

In one of two banks at a Burbank intersection, big boxes jostle for space. Blank servers and over-sized cubicles for a shotgun-style office plan, with gaps offering glimpses between.

With Caroline Chao

Harvard Graduate School of Design
Andrew Atwood + Anna Neimark Studio
Fall 2017

Big Bed

Ideas on collective sleep for a hotel tower in Doha, Qatar.

Harvard Graduate School of Design
Vincent Bandy Studio
Fall 2016

Ordinary Wormholes

Reports of window anomalies are investigated and used to reimagine a neighborhood of Triple-Deckers in South Boston.

With Lindsey Krug.

Harvard Graduate School of Design
Jennifer Bonner Studio
Spring 2017


The salt flats of the Mojave desert are known to trap travellers with tempting mirages. This bath house, on the dry lake bed at Zzyzx attempts to do the same.

University of Southern California
Laurel Consuelo Broughton Studio
Fall 2013