This website features design projects completed during my undergraduate education at the University of Michigan’s School of Architecture.

The projects represent an evolution of concepts developed over the sequence of design studios. One of my discoveries was a concept that required me to, at a very basic level, give structural walls the same cohesiveness as floors, and integrate the two as a whole piece. The structural walls and floors interlock in a way that makes easy many of the problems architects commonly deal with. Using this concept in design allows construction to be easier, makes possible flexible dynamic spaces, lots of natural light, and easy routing of building heating, electric, and water systems. It allows you to get an ‘expensive’ design without an expensive construction process, allowing the client to spend more on high quality materials. As you continue through the portfolio you will notice the use of this concept increasing in its maturity ending with my best work.

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