Category Archives: Architecture
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, February 11, 2010
The Drunken Pilgrim is a tour bus that transports Chaucer’s thirty-two pilgrims travelling from the Tabard Inn in London to the Canterbury Cathedral.
Monday, April 27, 2009
View of the hotel from King Street
The atrium between the hotel and school buildings
Inside the restaurant/bar space
Inside the terrace at night
King Street West elevation
Spadina Avenue elevation
East-West section through the atrium, looking towards the hotel
North-south section looking towards Spadina Avenue
Section detail of restaurant/bar space beneath the hotel guest rooms
Plans of lower level 1, ground, and […]
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′.
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
An exploration of both tactile and virtual surfaces. The tactile consists of a system of score-and-fold applied to a felt-like fabric, then threaded with fishing line to allow malleability. The virtual is a 3D computer model manipulated through stretching and twisting. In partnership with Anna Ulak.