This boat was built over the course of seven days, and is a variation from a traditional greenland kayak. The skeleton consists of white oak, and cedar while the skin is made of nylon coated in polyurethane. Just over fourteen feet in length and no more than twenty-five pounds it is a great kayak to take on any adventure.
Created as the result of a ten week, self directed project, this side table and pendant light were an exploration in geometric form. The project is still a work in progress but these photos represent the first round of design prototypes. Be sure to check out some of the process here.
Starting as a simple class assignment to make use of a program called Grasshopper, this collection of jewelry has become more than just a school project . Arden is a marriage between a passion for handcraft, as well as a love of technology. You can find some of these items at ShopSCAD in stores and online as well.
Designed as a part of the SCADPad project, this chair was designed in Savannah and produced in China. By partnering with Brown Jordan, a luxury outdoor furniture company based out of Kentucky, this chair and ottoman can be compared to some of the highest industry standards. More Photos Coming Soon.
This assignment started off as a challenge to design a desk for my own personal use. To start this process I started by analyzing what simplicity mean to me. Then I observed what I used my desk for, where I found myself doing work and why. Materials research, inspiration boards, ideation, sketches, renderings and a final presentation were the result. After going through the whole design proces, I decided that fabrication was the next step. Some of the design aspects were altered due to lack of resources locally, but the final product is based of the original design.
Euclid I is an angular coffee table created from one twenty foot piece of poplar. The challenge was to use one board to create a coffee table. Held together with simple biscuit joinery and a touch of wood glue, this functional yet classically modern piece will enhance any type of living space.
A showcase of some designs created using Solidworks for modeling and Keyshot for the renderings.
1: a community of three micro-residences on the fourth floor of SCAD Atlanta’s parking deck
2: an active and sustainable use for redundant parking structures
3: a working prototype
4: a mindful consideration of global population and commuting trends
5: a multi-dimensional, temporary fine art installation
6: a relevant answer to the growing need for suitable, affordable, efficient housing in cities worldwide
7: an invitation for dialogue among creators, residents, and guests
8: a study of small living and life as art