Graduate work, Harvard GSD 2010-12

Boston Affordable Housing Competition 2012

My team won the first prize. Visit:

Thesis Research: Mid-term presentation, April 2012

Summer Research Project, June-August 2011

Harvard Asia Quarterly: December 2011: Article published; co-written with Professor Jose Gomez-Ibanez (HKS) and Justin Brandon MUP 2012

Professor Jose Gomez-Ibanez, GSD-HKS, invited Justin Brandon (MUP12) and me to share some of our footage from last summer's work in Indonesia with his Transportation Policy and Planning class this week. Justin did a terrific job of editing our work.

Jakarta, Indonesia Transportation Vignettes from Justin Brandon on Vimeo.

Studio Work Published in GSD's annual review magazine (April 2011)

see  GSD's magazine Platform 4
on page 34 and 35.

March 2012: Project 1 at the Media Lab Made together with Anette, Nan, Kidd and Carl. Kidd worked his magic in the editing, Karl shot the piece and Annette and Nan- who developed a working prototype, made marvelous actors for this short video.

Planning Core Studio Work:
Columbia Point, Final Pin-up, May 2011

Fair Growth Concord: Core Planning Studio Project 2, Spring Semester 2011

A proposed new neighborhood 'insertion':
reconnecting the existing fragmented road network,
creating a new shared public amenity

HUPO poster produced Feb 2011

Photograph: Nick Hornig

ULI Student competition January 2011

Our team won an "Honorable Mention" specifically for its urban design.

The team included:
Christina Basan, Master of Design Studies
Hugh Clark, Master of Design Studies
Nicholas Hornig, Master of Urban Planning
Ryder Pearce, Master of Urban Planning
Adam Virgadamo, Juris Doctor
Bing Wang- Faculty Advisor

Spring Semester Work: Project 1:Government Center, Boston  1 week Project, February 2011

Beacon Hill/ West End Urban exploration: studio project 1, Fall 2010

I filmed this short video to show the contrasting urban conditions of two adjacent neighbourhoods in downtown Boston: Beacon Hill and West End. 

Beacon Hill escaped the comprehensive redevelopment of the 1960's which befell the West End. Both neighbourhoods are cut off from the Charles River, by an earlier intervention of Storrow Drive, built in the 1950's. 

This work is for private, academic consumption only.

The music is from "Spiegel im Speigel," the first track on Alina, by Arvo Part, Copyright ECM Records Gmbh 1999; performed by Alexander Malter, Dietmar Schwalke, Sergej Bezrodny.

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