The goal of the project is to repurpose an existing metal warehouse in downtown Wahiawa as a Value-Added Product Development Center.
Imagine downtown Pine Bluff, the regional neighborhood of choice for mixed-income households seeking the option of an urban lifestyle where they can walk or bike safely to work, school, church, shops, and lakeside recreation . . . and it’s affordable!
The goal of this study is to envision a Livability Improvement Plan for Willow Heights that triangulates economic feasibility with enhanced placemaking and building renovations to create a blended-income neighborhood.
The Plan is conceived as a series of eight urban rooms and landmark spaces that distinguish the Malvern Avenue Corridor and District.
This proposal revives the forgotten 1966 vision for a public water garden by mid-century architect Edward Durell Stone, a native Arkansan. The symmetry of dam (hard infrastructure) and water garden (soft infrastructure) offers a new environmental model for park design.
Third Place Ecologies reworks components of the familiar single-family home to promote new levels of connectivity in neighborhoods once resistant to sharing.
Beyond simple infill development, housing serves as a place-making tool to anchor a nascent downtown arts district for Fayetteville, Arkansas.