Category Archives: Drawing
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Saturday, April 17, 2010
Sited in the Canterbury Precinct of 1350, the hotel is built along the existing 6 meter-high flint Priory wall that divided the Cathedral’s administration from the houses and shops. The hotel acts as a “thickening” of the Priory wall, where guests find themselves between the religious and the secular. Guests arrive at the east end […]
Thursday, January 1, 2009
Drawings of a vehicle whose main structure consists of pipes that draw ale from the barrels stored below using manual beer pumps. The party-goers can climb and hang onto the structure while the vehicle is in motion.
Thursday, November 6, 2008
These drawings were exhibited at the Larry Wayne Richards Gallery in Toronto, January to February 2009.
Pen and marker on paper. 2′ x 3′.
Sunday, September 28, 2008
Television and radio infrastructure maps of the Greater Toronto Area comparing the Fordist period (1970) to the Post-Fordist (2000). The black (radio) and red (television) rings denote the transmission reach, with the broadcast towers at their centre. The white lines are streets that have access to cable television. In partnership with Clinton Langevin.
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
A multi-program building of passenger boat terminal, swimming pool, and restaurant situated on San Francisco Bay. The project started by taking 100 site photographs, which revealed the notion of animation and movement through a series of still frames. The resulting building features a 60 meter terminal corridor whose walls are punctured by vertical slat windows […]