sometimes architecture is like tron

Posted on Jan 22, 2012 in architecture, Atlanta, buildings, interiors, urbanism | 3 Comments

I’m working on the design of a stair in the lobby of an art museum. While setting up the camera for an interior rendering, I ended up with this crazy wireframe perspective that actually made me stop and stare for a moment. I don’t attend raves. I don’t take drugs. I have never even smoked ...

the expo

Posted on Jun 8, 2010 in architecture, buildings, people, shanghai | One Comment

For those of you wondering if we have made our way to the world expo, the answer is yes. Here’s the proof. And while we did spend an entire day there, we were only able to see the pavilions from the outside. The lines were ridiculous…a voice came over the loudspeaker at one point to ...

you may find yourself in another part of the world…you may ask yourself, well, how did I get here?

Posted on Jun 4, 2010 in architecture, buildings, shanghai | 2 Comments

Paul (just below my elbow in the photo above) was offered a summer position in Shanghai to be part of the Hangzhou Bay New Town competition team by Perry Yang, one of his studio professors from Georgia Tech. I mentioned that it sounded awesome, which he then mentioned to Perry, who then asked me to ...