The Thai-language architecture magazine B1 included an article on my work in the April 2012 issue. The author, Puttichart Wanichtat, requested images and information from the Pavilion for Oblivion, Stormhouse, and Well of L projects, as part of (in his words) a “black box series” on experimental projects. » More
For several years I taught a course called “Rhino 1: 3D Design” at the Boston Architectural College, and I often used one of my own student projects (from 2001 and my first design studio at Yale School of Architecture ) as an example when illustrating various rendering techniques that might prove interesting or useful to grad students in architecture.
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In 2011 I pulled what seemed to be a small wooden writing table out of a snowbank where it had been discarded. I discovered, after I had dragged the filthy wet thing inside, that it was damaged beyond usability. Only the turned legs, the sides, the four-space drawer, and the base of tobacco-colored wood (beach, I think) were actually intact; » More