Urban Infill:
Office & Residence
The Urban Infill was designed as a live / work space for an architect and small firm.  The first two floors serve as office space for the firm, while the top floor acts as a residence.

Working with a restrictive, rectangular site of 20 ft x 80 ft, providing space and natural light becomes a challenge.  By seperating the floor plan into two smaller rectangular units, I was able to rotate each about a central staircase / light-well.  This created triangular gaps in the plan that were utilized as skylights and a service core.
Architecture 172
Professor Paul Armstrong
Spring 2004
Edward C. Earl Prize for Design
Espace Polyvalent

Urban Retreat

A Library in Transition

Assorted Sketches