During my time in the Yale School of Architecture undergraduate program, I was grateful for the opportunity to experiment with different media, materials, equipment, and ways of thinking. I enjoyed the freedom that I had to express individuality within different projects, and I appreciate the extent to which my professors and teaching staff pushed me to design in new and exciting ways.
My work is a reflection of the many years that I spent experimenting and learning from my peers, mentors, and surroundings. It is also a reflection of my admiration for natural forms and the natural environment, and my desire to reflect organicism and non-linear qualities within my own work. The projects that I have presented here are two that I enjoyed the most; one which reflects my love for model-making, and the other which reveals the surprising outcome of a project that was forced to be finished online, during a global pandemic.
The Yale School of Architecture has blessed me with knowledge, experiences, and friendships that I consider invaluable and has positively impacted my perspective on the world and the trajectory of my future plans, things for which I am eternally grateful.