In collaboration with Lindsey Brown & Siraphob Khuptiphongkun
This diagram depicts the cross-railroads of King's Cross station and St. Pancras International station in Central London. Both buildings have been transformed in form and program as they adapt to the modern uses and conditions as transportation hubs. These composite buildings offer an example of how London's architecture and infrastructure operate by continuous juxtapositions, stratification and transformations. This study focuses on the formal, structural and organizational complexity of this kind of hybridization, providing insight that will be adapted to other projects.
Abroad in London
London, United Kingdom
I spent the Spring semester of 2019 at the Syracuse University London center, Faraday House, where we directly engaged in the city and its design resources, exploring modes of research and design responses to various contemporary social, material, technological and environmental concerns. The semester was primarily centered around Office of Metropolitan Architecture's interpretation of the Social Condenser, and the program included a visit to OMA's Rotterdam headquarters, as well as an opportunity to browse the Het Niewe Instituut archives. In addition, we visited Lisbon, Porto, Amsterdam, Berlin and Bath, as well as several local institutions in London.