Location: Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico
Minimal changes in the layout, interior finishes, and exterior landscape significantly increased natural lighting. In addition, natural ventilation was improved by opening up the kitchen “Wickner Residence”
Site analysis and proposal for a conversion of a single family residence into an ecology center that promotes sustainable design practices. Such practices include rainwater “Casa Permacultura Rosarito”
Island Hill Park Loading may take a few seconds. You can drag and pan the image below. In it, you’re in the Island Hill Park “Island Hill Bridge 360 Panorama”
The shape, structure, and overall design of this bridge were a natural response to the constraints of the site, uses, and structural and material needs. Everything in this design has at least one function other than aesthetics.
“…we want to use as little materials as possible. We also want to use recycled or recyclable, and reused or reusable materials where possible and a structure that can be disassembled if needed.”
Project Scope: Tenant Improvement and Health Department permit of an existing kiosk for a new food stand serving pre-cooked dishes and a bar and seating “La Central Beer & Wine Garden”
“Even without the implementation of solar photovoltaic panels, the house is 42.8% more energy efficient than the standard!”
The Jones Remodel was both an addition and a remodel. The clients believed that the front of the house was too boring and needed to be improved.
The Wave was inspired by the Utah slot canyons (i.e. the Antelope Canyon) with eroded walls that display layers over layers of sedimented minerals.