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B&W Shots from Asakusa

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Architecture / featured / Japan / Photography / Travels

After the latest Japan Drop, I thought that I would follow it up with some analog photography.  These scans of my black and white shots really make the surroundings feel ancient.  Asakusa is a beautiful place during the day and night; these photos of the lively market goers show just how packed the shopping street can get just after sundown.  I like shooting in this medium because you can get a sense of movement that […]

Arduino Air Aware

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featured / Model / Programming

Pollution impacts everyone everyday.  This semester I got the chance to explore the world of Arduino in an attempt to create something that would help people be safer in harsh environments.  The Air Aware mask filters the air breathed by the wearer as well as monitors the air around.  AA can detect trace amounts of volatile organic compounds or VOCs and many gases to one, protect the user and two, to warn them and those […]

L-Bo Chair

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featured / Furniture Design

Caution around this industrial lounge.  This chair is composed of HVAC elbows and T’s and bright bungie chords.  The industrial look struck me as I was walking through the ventilation isle at a home improvement store.  After assembling a design right there in the isle, I purchased the pieces and brought them back to the studio.  Going through some trial and error the futuristic lounge took shape.  This is the first of many; stay tuned!

Twisted Timbers

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Architecture / Drawing / featured

At the end of an amazing promenade of murals, The Village of Arts and Humanities on Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, creates an amazing energy and an overpowering togetherness in the community around it. This interlocking togetherness and warmth is one of the main inspirations for Twisted Timbers. Interlocking, wood joinery is a major feature of the building; using it to filter light as well as make the eye dance around the facade.  This architecture plunges itself down […]