textile pavilion 
Computational Design + Physical Modeling

Does fashion meet architecture? Diving into the relationship between fashion and architecture, this studio’s premise of the term textiles stems from Gottfried Semper’s theory of practical aesthetics on the cusp of the mid-nineteenth century. I researched a fashion company, Prada, and an architecture firm, OMA. I designed a textile pattern from which I then created a two-dimensional screen. To further interact with my pattern, I produced a lamp to reflect the grid-like qualities of the design. The end product was creating a community pavilion that uses parametric modeling to confront the grid.  

425 Park Avenue, New York City
lamp design process
community pavilion 

ecological education + play

post game gathering

lounging

community garden