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ARCHITECTURE  //  COMPETITION

International competition submission in a team of four. Design proposed a two-block mixed-use project in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, New York City. The proposed planning includes six residential towers, an Andy Warhol Museum, and a new Essex Street Market, all of which exploring the innovative possibilities of mass timber construction in various building types.

Competition: Timber In The City

Site Location: Lower East Side, New York City

Type: Cultural, Civic, Residential

Studio term: Spring 2016

Competition: Non-Architecture (Museum)

Type: Cultural, Civic, Residential

Team: Andrew Lai, Hannah Ward

International competition submission in a team of two. Design proposes an unconventional solution to the typical museum typology. Titled "Wavelength", the installation reflects the procession of time of an artwork by displaying its past, present, and future in a unified journey. Past - the journey begins its negative amplitude with the artwork's history. Present - the artwork, at its current state, displayed within an intimate confined vessel at the trough. Future - the viewers transported back to grade and into a fully transparent observatory bubble for moments of reflection.

ARCHITECTURE  //  COMPETITION

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ROSE HILL

BRANDING

The legendary Rockefeller Group’s first residential development in the United States, Rose Hill inspirits the burgeoning skyline of midtown Manhattan with Art Deco-inspired details and 45-stories of sophisticated apartment units. Inspired by the monumentality seen in Hugh Ferriss’ illustrations of Gotham metropolises, Rose Hill’s identity, reflected through print collateral, color palettes, and artist renderings, signifies a contemporary nod to classic New York and its nostalgic character in the city that never sleeps.

Agency: Pandiscio Green

Project Location: Hell's Kitchen, New York City

Scope: Branding Identity / Graphic Design / Environmental Design / Signage Design

Status: In-progress

Agency: Pandiscio Green

Project Location: Nomad, New York City

Scope: Branding Identity / Graphic Design / Environmental Design / Signage Design

Status: Completed in Spring 2019

The legendary Rockefeller Group’s first residential development in the United States, Rose Hill inspirits the burgeoning skyline of midtown Manhattan with Art Deco-inspired details and 45-stories of sophisticated apartment units. Inspired by the monumentality seen in Hugh Ferriss’ illustrations of Gotham metropolises, Rose Hill’s identity, reflected through print collateral, color palettes, and artist renderings, signifies a contemporary nod to classic New York and its nostalgic character in the city that never sleeps.

BRANDING

THE WEST