DeKalb Market Hall

DeKalb Market Hall Design Development Renderings DeKalb Market Hall is slated to open in downtown Brooklyn as part of the City Point residential and commercial development. Curated by Anna Castellani of Foragers, the 25,000 square foot hall will feature 35-45 local food vendors.

AEC Technology Symposium + Hackathon

CORE studio hosted its second annual Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) Technology Symposium this May at The Cooper Union in New York City. Symposium keynote speakers Shane Burger of Woods Bagot and Deepak Aatresh of Aditazz were joined by representatives from CASE, Enclos, NBBJ, and […]

Living Cities: OpTowers

Living Cities Residential Tower for the 21st Century Design Competition In Collaboration with Alfonso Oliva, Senior Structural Engineer OpTowers is a system to generate schemes for the initial design phase given consideration to embodied energy of materials and building operation energy efficiency. An optimization workflow was implemented […]

Culture Shed

Cable Stay Façade Warpage Study Thornton Tomasetti Practices: CORE studio, Building Skin Project Team: Diller Scofidio + Renfro In collaboration with the Building Skin group, an efficient structural design for the cable stay façade of the Culture Shed project was achieved through iterative analysis. Warped cable geometry was […]

Robert James Eidlitz Fellowship: SkinNY

Cornell University’s College of Architecture, Art, and Planning hosts the annual Robert James Eidlitz Travel Fellowships competition. Established by Sadie Boulton Eidlitz in 1938, these awards are intended to assist recipients in supplementing their professional education through travel study. This year, my proposal titled SkinNY was chosen by the […]

TTX Interoperability Platform

Interoperability Thornton Tomasetti Practices: CORE studio CORE studio has developed TTX, a platform that can “talk” directly to multiple programs, translating data across modeling, analysis and documentation applications. TTX allows project teams to focus on their specialties in the platform of their choice and then […]

Wilshire Grand Tower

Façade InteroperabilityThornton Tomasetti Practices: CORE studioProject Team: AC Martin CORE studio developed a custom workflow and tools to coordinate the Wilshire Grand Tower façade geometry. This workflow generated two Revit models through the automatic synchronization of the architect’s Rhino and Revit models. The first Revit model produced […]

Sign City

M. Arch. I Thesis Site: Detroit, United States Advisors: Andrea Simitch, Aleksandr Mergold Semester: Spring 2011 Museum of Ruins. Return to Nature. Landscape Urbanism. Urban Agriculture. Riverfront Development. Creek Daylighting. New Suburbia. Mass Transit. No single master plan is capable of revitalizing Detroit due to the immense scale […]

Irrigate Aggregate City

Site: New Songdo City, South Korea Professors: David Mah, Leyre Asensio-Villoria, Gijs Libourel Semester: Spring 2010 The trend of designing cities from zero fosters visionary conceptions of the urban environment. An absence of contextual cues enables the re-imagination of urban development and lifestyle. KPF’s New Songdo City master plan […]


Site: Philadelphia, United States Professors: Val Warke, Claudia Clemente, Francesco Isidori Semester: Fall 2010 Infrastructure has the potential to function socially, aesthetically, and ecologically. New collaborative typologies of infrastructure and landscape should address the urban conditions of public transit, pedestrian movement, water management, economic development, and recreation.Taking cues from the successful Schuylkill […]