Wednesday, December 1, 2010

F'11 Joint Architecture/Preservation Studio - Atelier Deir Ghassaneh, West Bank, Palestine


A modular scaffolding and dormitory system is introduced to vastly expand the capacity of the non-government preservation organization RIWAQ's Conservation Workshops. The system is designed to adapt to the unique spatial conditions of the 24 historic Throne Villages located throughout the West Bank, to facilitate an ongoing international exchange program for architecture students as they collaborate with local craftsmen to survey, design and construct a network of specialized universities throughout the burgeoning new nation.




Conceptual programming realized in one iteration of the deployed system.  
Assuming a conservation workshop of 20 students, with an alternative 90 minute round-trip journey from lodging in Ramallah, introducing this on-site scaffolding/dormitory intervention would make available an additional 150 man-hours per week - resulting in an exponentially more productive conservation workshop over the duration of the village's restoration.

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Built Projects and Construction Document Phase Work

Seamless Modern Interventions to a Brooklyn Heights Historic District Townhouse
|Parlor Floor Level|
Juxtaposing Modern Interventions to a Brooklyn Heights Historic District Townhouse
|Cellar and Upper Floors|











Digital Analysis of Glenn Murcutt's Simpson-Lee House


Glenn Murcutt's Simpson-Lee House Computer Animation from Michael H. Marsh on Vimeo.














Miscellaneous Investigations