Plesiosaur, Pt. 1 (2005)

Near the end of my prolonged penance in architectural education, I found myself with enough credits to take an elective course, and I settled on one that dealt with aluminum casting. The curriculum required us to come up with an assembly of somewhat-mass-produced metal forms that could be created using basic sand-casting techniques; create the necessary match-plates which would be   » More

The Corb Table (2002)

At one point during the course of my graduate studies in architecture, I was given the abstract assignment to develop “a piece of joinery” that would bear my own weight. It was expected that this joinery would be fabricated in wood, but as I was also an employee of the school in its fabrication lab I had access to CNC   » More