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Commissioned to design two gates for historic Spanish Revival residence to complement owners contemporary art collection....

Conceptual design for a garage and guest house addition abutting an historical orange grove in San Antonio Heights. The "folding" roof design captures morning light while framing North-facing views of the grove and San Gabriel mountains....

Guest House and Pool House addition to a home in the Claremont Hills. Design echoes the massing of the original house, designed by well known Claremont architect Everett Tozier, and frames and improves an existing pool area....

A set of canopy and water feature designs for a residential patio space....

A mod bookcase system that frames a cozy, sunlit reading space in dialogue with a cupola overhead....

Conceptual design of envelope and environmental systems for Stereobot Puerto Rico, a non-profit initiative to rebuild housing infrastructure in the wake of Hurricane Maria....

An 8-unit low-income housing complex in Compton, CA. Voids in the building's massing and facade open onto an edible landscape, maximizing light and air to each unit....

A significant addition to a 1908 Transitional Bungalow in the historic district of Claremont, CA. Weaves elements of the Bungalow's porch through the home to introduce light and views that negotiate between new and old....

A four-unit townhouse development located at a threshold between the flat, rectilinear architecture of a commercial arterial and a suburban residential landscape of detached homes, curvilinear, hilly terrain and dense vegetation.   A subtle lift and rotation visually references the residential neighborhood beyond, privileging seclusion, tranquility, and...