latent productions / death-lab     |      onsite: constellation park     |      2018

 

OnSite: Constellation Park presents a fragment of public infrastructure coupling science and the civic-sacred. This new urban cemetery is a design by Rothstein’s firm Latent Productions in collaboration with Columbia University's, GSAPP DeathLAB. Constellation Park (2015) transforms our biomass into an elegant constellation of light, illuminating our collective responsibility for the future.

OnSite is an intimate exhibition series in the Kantor Lobby of the Benenson Center at Art Omi that focuses on architectural experiments and contemporary practices of architects.

 

art basel     |      virtual gallery exhibition | concept design     |      2017

 

A concept proposal done in collaboration with Art Basel, Miami as part of a virtual gallery exhibition in which to digitally display artist work to a broader pool of viewers. All artwork portrayed here is the exclusive work of private artist Evangelos Vangelatos and comprises his RED series for the Art Basel digital gallery exhibition.

 

pgav destinations     |      sea world, san diego - ocean explorer realm | concept design     |      2016

 

The images below are provided courtesy of SeaWorld San Diego, and all work presented is under the ownership of PGAV Destinations

 

Sustainability case competition     |      adding grey to the palette     |      February 2015

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Emma Riley (communication design);    Armaan Shah (architecture)

2nd place, Runner-Up

the Olin Sustainability Case Competition [OSCC] is a yearly business proposal event for teams of students - undergraduate and graduate - to increase awareness and expand educational opportunities about sustainable business practices by proposing creative, innovative, cost-effective strategies that reduce Washington University in St. Louis's environmental impact.  award winning proposals must successfully display feasible and well conveyed savings that value the institution's environmental standards and finances.  our proposal is a two part plan: 1) replace all existing shower heads in the campus dormitory village with low-flow shower heads, saving 7.05 million gallons of water and $41,000 annually; 2) a greywater system retrofit installation, saving 24.02 million gallons of water and $170,000 annually

up-to-date water savings website design

up-to-date water savings website design

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furniture design     |      record player stand

 
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furniture design | kitchen dining bar

 
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furniture design | coffee table set

 
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furniture design | wrought iron bench

 
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personal project | column capital planters

 
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personal project | casting modules

 
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personal project | flora glass brick

 
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personal project | RainWave elephant toy | 2014

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Josh Stevens (architecture)

2nd place, Runner-Up

in a 48-hour design-&-build project, the RainWave toy is a sound play device intended for the recreational activities of elephants held in captivity.  because elephants have incredibly sensitive and well developed auditory abilities, an interconnected system of rainstick noisemakers in a roll-able, helix shape allows for an unique sensory experience to keep any number of elephants occupied and entertained

 

personal project | florentine book triptych

 
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personal project | parco di il prato design competition | 2016

 
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