Thesis project to explore the capacity of rehabilitation projects to build community wealth through cooperative ownership and management.
The Sunset Park Gazette
Parsons Studio/Friends of Sunset Park Publication - 2016
Using methodologies including participatory mapping, interviews with community residents, surveys, and intensive secondary source research, a multilingual newspaper was designed and distributed to detail in a legible and approachable way the severity of housing and school overcrowding in the neighborhood of Sunset Park in Brooklyn.
Disrupting the Archetype
Cuarto Magazine - Series 3: Disruption - 2018
Competition winner for a framework that demonstrates through pattern language the role of disruption in revealing the fragmentation hidden within a perceived urban archetype. Simultaneously, the proposal produces a critical theoretical space that allows reflection on the visual manifestations of the disruptions that predicate reactionary urban development and policy.
Impact of Public Investments on Residential Appraisal Values
Trinity University/National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders - 2015
An analysis produced for the National Association of Latino Community Asset Builders on the relationship between municipal bond investments and change in residential appraisal values adjacent to investment sites.
!Drohme Park: Inclusion and Partnership
metroLab Brussels MasterClass Publication - 2017
Published proposal for an alternative public-private-partnership model for the design, programming, and management of a contested former hippodrome park in Brussels.
Texas Chiaroscuro: Arthur and Marie Berger, Stewart E. King, and Architectural Regionalism
Trinity University Mellon Fellowship Publication - 2015
Investigated the history of landscape architecture in central Texas in the mid-twentieth century and its connections to theories of architectural regionalism. The research informed a proposal to connect the campus and student body of Trinity University to the San Antonio River across a major highway.