Orlando City SC 0 – 1 D.C. United

Anybody who has ever visited an American city is well aware that the presence of a major league sports team is a quintessential part of the city’s identity and culture.  Unlike in European countries where promotion and relegation gives top leagues a slightly different table (that’s soccer speak for “standings”) every year, gaining a major […]

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Thesis Project Wrap-Up

Here are a few shots of the 1″ = 500′ city-scale model I 3D printed earlier in the semester with the plug for the neighborhood site to the east of downtown.  Existing highway and mass transit connections are highlighted, particularly those running through the northern and southern ends of the site. When I presented the […]

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March 26

How does this model look? Five-story building at 1″ = 50′ that would start to blend public realm into interior space. Got a good critique today and will get this typology across the whole site.

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Spring Break

I’m posting from Daytona Beach this week with some of my first iterations after mid-crit.  I’m changing up organizations a little bit and putting different pieces in different locations–more details to come.  What I’m most excited about is the addition in the southeast corner next to the overpass: a soccer-specific stadium for the Jacksonville Armada […]

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Midterm Review Models

In addition to the four 36×48 boards, I built two models for the March 5th midterm critique: a 1″ = 100′ model of the site and a 1″ = 500′ model of the site within the context of downtown.  The entire downtown model and EverBank Field for the site model were 3D printed…fun stuff.

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