homeaboutprojectsresearchteaching

© 2017 haecceitas studio all rights reserved
haecceitas STUDIO
stitch morphologies : Shanghai (2014)
This design research evaluates the existing interactions between the complex scenarios of highway infrastructure and the engagement with public, activated space. 

*ACSA 2014 Design Research Award Winner
post-industrial landscapes (2012)
as urban interventions
These once flourishing landscapes, located in dense urban centers provide incremental possibilities for contemporary activation; including the evaluation though innovative methods of manipulating physical horizontal topography, embedded structures, and ‘leftover’ anatomy. 
© 2017 haecceitas studio all rights reserved
urban design studio: shanghai (2014)
intensive differentiations
This body of work investigates alternative solutions to the conventional and widely accepted standards of urban planning models. Rather than following the Classical approach, in which urban components are organized upon a global top-down logic, ‘Intensive Differentiation’ provides an opportunity to uniquely identify new systems of urban organizations determined by communities of interacting urban-agents. Digital copy here
haecceitas STUDIO
urban design studio: shanghai (2015)
memory and morphology 
This second volume, of a 2 part series, continues the investigation into Shanghai's rapid urban development. This studio attempts to uncover signs of intrinsic collective memory and morphology as latent potentials within our increasingly complex contemporary urban fabric.  Digital copy here
us: 832 520 1323       |       korea:  +82 010 9853 0323
seoul studio (2017)
artifact, commerce, landscape
This design-research studio challenges historical legacies brought about through isolated artifacts of reconstruction, and instead, speculate on how evolutionary and conflicting behaviors in the city may inform innovative and ecologically sensitive design solutions outside of expected global capitalistic markets. 
LANDyards (2017)
speculations of inactive U.S. Navy Shipyards
To examine future possibilities of such consequential voids, inactive shipyard sites, including Charleston, Philadelphia, and San Francisco, are selected as case studies for considering productivity and void, challenging the primary themes of an urban design practice.  
seoul studio (2016)
city as precedent
Known as Seoul Studio, this design-research group intentionally generates sensitive questions concerning the rise of capital development. The studio operates more as a detective interrogating and exposing what we don’t know in an attempt to reveal certain aspects of hidden, internalized urban morphological exchange. ​