BCIT Exterior Pavilion, 2017
The design guidelines set out by the BCIT Student Association required a modular structure that could be moved, dismantled, or easily replicated across campus.
In response to the design challenges, the pavilion is made of two CLT shells, and one cold-rolled, steel shell. Each cube is 10’ x 10’ x 10′ as a direct relationship to the transportation restraints of a truck bed. The CNC wooden panels replicate the silhouette of a mountain range, and allows students to walk through the valley of the mountain.
Architectural Connections Logo, 2017
The four overlaid boxes characterizes the four different years of study in architectural technology at BCIT. The boxes represent the connections made possible between students of each year in the program through the club, while the colours pay respect to the original logo.
In an effort to amplify the online presence of the club, a new logo was made to reinvent the club’s branding strategy. Business cards were also designed in order to connect with external peers and professionals.
Granville Island South Shore, 2016
For the Granville Island project, the challenge was to implement a permanent or temporary residence that would revitalize a chosen area on the island.
Since Granville Island is recognized as one of Vancouver’s must-see tourist attractions, the intent of the program was to bring tourists right into the heart of Vancouver and provide an opportunity to experience the active and social lifestyle adopted by the locals.
Robson Redux, 2015
Floe was a winning entry in the 2015 Robson-Redux in-house design competition hosted by Architectural Connections (BCIT).
Floe embodies the consequences of climate change often overlooked in prevailing “green” culture. Through the juxtaposition of ice on a hot summer’s day, Floe exhibits the relationship of our port city to the reality of rising sea levels and severe climate change. The design is loosely modeled after the bridges that divide the coastline of False Creek; although the divisions are geographical, they serve as a vital connection within our city.
Personal Branding, 2014
The design of the A is a double entendre that represents my initials as well as a drafting triangle often used for architectural drawings.