The Zahir (2015)

My little magic box of a 3D printer has a single-print volume limitation of 9.9 by 7.8 by 5.9 inches, but of course one may assemble multiple printed objects into something more elaborate and larger, and furthermore one may combine printed objects with non-printed components. The fifty-odd prints that I made for this test of the machine, simply joined with   » More

Hurricane House (2012)

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. In   » More

Well of L (2011)

I prepared a large “composite” image — an amalgam of three distinct views — of the WoL project for yet another competition. The plan and perspective-northeast incorporated into this illustration are somewhat modified versions of earlier images; the smaller distant-perspective-west between them is a new creation, from a slightly different point of view than the first silhouette rendering in 2010.   » More