Wednesday, March 21, 2012
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Hello! So I've been neglecting this blog again. Things have been so crazy busy lately I've hardly had time to breathe, but it's been a great couple of weeks, busy in the "good-busy" kind of way!
I have a bunch of cool things to paste up here, but in the meantime here are a bunch of douchey-looking guys wearing some pretty sweet jerseys! Wish I knew how to knit properly...
Monday, March 12, 2012
Thursday, March 8, 2012
Thursday, March 1, 2012
An exciting brief for the first project of my BTech course. Our class was approached by the client, who designs modular housing units that have been made from reclaimed shipping containers.
The client was looking for a new target audience and visual direction, so I came up with this concept.
Due to their interesting design, clever use of materials, modern finishes and clean simple spaces, these modular units would make great work-spaces. Combine this with the fact that the Modupod can be built practically anywhere and leaves hardly any impact or scarring on the land, and you have the perfect solution for an outdoor office, studio or exhibition space.
A modular unit (or cluster of units) will be set up within the forest and marketed as “creative space for rent". Rentals will only be on a short-term basis, allowing more individuals to experience this unique concept. This would be perfect for people who are in-between leases and are looking for a new but temporary location, or those who simply need a fresh perspective and a break from the city.