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
The owners of the website SketchUpArtists (http://www.sketchupartists.org/) asked me to write an illustration tutorial of some kind for them, and since they were nice enough to make me the subject of an “artist spotlight” article in 2010, how could I refuse? In 2011, I finally produced a tutorial for them, resulting in a belated additional rendering for my Pavilion for » More
This project was a response to a call-for-entries for the first “theme issue” — “fantasy architecture” — of AIArchitect, the newsletter of the American Institute of Architects. Renderings and the narrative for the project were published in the July 27, 2007 issue.
An upright stone in a puddle of rainwater…or two, or five stones…a few fragments of a curving wall, » More