“Dalen’s Duckling” is a lighting installation that makes use of used textile cones and the cones are held in place by a digitally -fabricated acrylic net. This project has roughly zero waste and was featured in Dallas’ Re-Gallery lighting exhibition. This project was created by a team of Clemson Architecture Students (Nick Barrett, Josh Atria, Vanesa Ewais, and Myself.) The project debuted on November 3rd in Dallas, Texas at the Re-Gallery and will be on display until December 28th.
This port revitalization centered around the unification between the Port and the city of Genova. Through careful of analyzation of the areas existing architecture as well as the topographical landscape I was able to develop a formidable concept that would increase pedestrian circulation and promote the unique Genova lifestyle to those living and visting the site.
This is my project submittal for my Materials and Assemblies class at Clemson University. The competition was sponsored by Carolina Ceramics and called for students to submit a design for a new materials workshop adjacent to the existing architecture wood shop. (click the picture to see the project)