2300 South Street. Conceptual gallery building for a Philadelphia neighborhood.
The fourth studio of the undergraduate architecture program at Penn centered around intersecting geometries, utilizing the principles of conjunction, disjunction, and negation to create designs out of the interaction of multiple shapes and curves. These principles were utilized to create a number of patterns with qualities that were rippling, flowing, and offset, which were the basis for an architectural space. The performance space was designed using similar principles as the patterns and three dimensional figures, a pattern superimposed as a texture on a clean, chamfered exterior shape.