B.Arch. Year 3
Adam Buerger, "Ravenswood Boat House." 1 of 3.
Adam Buerger, "Ravenswood Boat House." 2 of 3.
Adam Buerger, "Ravenswood Boat House." 3 of 3.
Steven Karvelius. The boat club connects the formerly separated river and neighborhood by directing one's view to the water, train, and street through intimate viewing telescopes that puncture the building. 1 of 3.
Steven Karvelius. The boat club creates distinct exterior spaces that transform from rowing to public functions throughout the morning, day, and night. 2 of 3.
Steven Karvelius, “Ravenswood Boat Club.” 3 of 3.
Dolly Sehr, "Ravenswood Rowing Club." Located in a heavily residential neighborhood near the Chicago River allows for the surrounding residents along with the rowing community to share the site equally. 1 of 2.
Dolly Sehr, "Ravenswood Rowing Club." The building emerges from the site creating additional park space while also separating the residential community from the rowers' direct access to the river. 2 of 2.
Min Kim, "Light Chapel." With light and concrete as primary design factors, this unconditioned chapel in Hope, Indiana brought nature into the space to create different spatial experiences. The heavy transition also created a separation from exterior into a space for contemplation and reflection. 1 of 2.
Min Kim, "Light Chapel." 2 of 2.
Kyle Teachman, "Farmers Market." Project: farmers' market on the near north side of Chicago. Using the food as an attractor, the canopy serves as a way to bring in people from the quiet residential district and the busy commercial district, facilitating interaction.
Tom Folta, "Market."