A look at how the Turtle Creek system could be improved without taking away of the wildlife or sense of retreat from the urban hustle and bustle.
A redesign of Mary Quinlan Park features planting that clean neighborhood water runoff and reestablishes a lost grassland prairie. Once a boater biased park, the redesign allows for open programming and a habitat for local bird and wildlife.
The infograph is a comparison between amenities/activities and specific user group age categories.
Plant phenology aids local residents on when and how to plant local flora.
The combination of invasive and endangered species makes Lake Austin a concern for present day and future wildlife.
I view towards the L9W from the levee and words that describe this revived neighborhood post Katrina.
An analysis of the historical intersections of Dauphine and how it created a rich, sastainable neighborhood.
I view towards New Orleans from the former Holy Cross school and the neighborhoods that surround it.
A mini world view of the Lower Ninth Ward.
The neighborhood of N. Lake Charles was divided decades back first by railway then by interstate. Ways of mending was our main goal and to strengthen fractured families units.
The railways bisects the neighborhood and is a constant reminder via sound and vibration
With investors on the rise, the beauty of the northern coast of the Dominican Republic is threaten. Building upon an existing inland town preserves the coast and increases revenue for the local community through sustainable practices and low impact development.
Government Street is a main inlet for downtown Baton Rouge. The growth of the downtown area is growing and Government Street is far too fast for a pedestrian focused city. My plan looks at slowing traffic down and reclaiming its historical significance through revitalization of old staple buildings and plenty of plaza and park space.
A look down Government Street with new park (right, once a parking lot) and brick paved roads, which slows traffic and gives an auditory signal of historic significance.
A drive along Government Street with a the fire station to the right and widen sidewalks along the side for ease of pedestrian movement.
The Rose Fitzgerald Greenway built above the "Big Dig" is a series of parks with their own identity but separated by multi-lane roads. My revision includes large skyway ramps that connect the parks to create a seamless experience. Highlights include grating above tunnel entrance/exit ramps to let the user feel the energy below and programming within the ramps to serve the user with food, lavatories and shops.
A parking lot revision aimed at maintaining current number of spots, yet increasing the feeling and student accessibility to the buildings services.