|Residential Renovation||Mid-Rise Urban Building||Office to Art Studio Renovation|
This studio project deals with repurposing the old mill to create a space that will serve the community while still keeping to its history. The proposed building keeps the shape and spirit of the original building's wooden exterior, while bringing it to the modern era with the use of the its curtain walls. The New Paisley Mill is meant to be a place for the community to gather and appreciate the nature in art.
(With contributions from Muhammad Hamza)
Excerpts from an assignment for the Building Renovations Course. The group project deals in creating a renovation proposal for a family and keeping in mind their various requests. From the original summary:
The Melba house client wants to renovate their house to accommodate for their expanding family. Notable features they’ve asked for is a dedicated office space, a dining area unconnected to the living room area, as well as additional storage and an extra bedroom. Their aesthetic preferences are either traditional or modern, but they wish to have a stone exterior.
|Residential Renovation Project|
(With contributions from Douglas Sabine and Shawn Zamani)
Excerpts from Studio 5's final deliverable. The group project deals in creating a mid-rise building at Queen St. W. and Fennings St. that had a commercial first floor and residential upper floors. These excerpts show a side-by-side comparison of the architectural plan formatted in a booklet format to present to clients.
|Mid-Rise Urban Building|
The excepts of a project for Advanced Topics in BIM. The project was to renovate an office space to be an art studio and residential area, showing proficiency in Revit by creating different phases and making both phases visually distinct.