Horwitz Rooftop Deck
Youngman & Company, Inc. was asked to design a rooftop deck for the Horwitz residence. During this project, I was responsible for all drawings and actively participated in the conceptual process, client meetings, and coordination with structural engineers. The project was in process when I departed for service in the Peace Corps.
I was commissioned by G. Grant Dixon, and Sons, Inc Realty to survey and produce "as built" drawings of listed properties which could then be used by prospective tenants.
Fourth Year Collaborative Projects
Sixty-nine independent living duplexes were designed for Schowalter Villa, a retirement community in Hesston, Kansas. Each unit, less than 1600 square feet, incorporates universal design principles and is designed to facilitate a wide range of users and meet long term needs of residents. The project included an urban planning element to encourage mobility. Duplexes were oriented in their lots to maximize passive solar effects.
Students worked in pairs to design a kiosk for LG, able to be assembled and disassembled daily. The project location was Seoul, South Korea and consequently the metric system was used throughout the design process.
Third Year Collaborative Project
Students spent a semester creating a full set of construction documents for a previous project design.
As part of a national ASID competition, students designed an art gallery and residential space for the gallery owners. Design requirements included flexible display systems, a meeting area for at least forty people, and standard ADA guidelines and fire codes met.