various building types
various locations
(school projects)

The Taliesin box project is a tradition turned educational exercise, going back to Frank Lloyd Wright's birthday, in which he asked apprentices for their ideas rather than objects. Apprentices would present all the matter of projects, drawings, even musical scores or poetry for Mr. Wright on his birthday (June 8) and also near the new year. One or more apprentices' job was to design and fabricate the box, into which all of the submissions were contained and presented.

This tradition lives on at Taliesin and the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture in the form of the Box Project, a season long project of the students own selection, used to demonstrate learning acquired over the same time period, as well as mastery of other aspects of the field.

The following links feature each of my projects developed while earning my master of architecture degree from 2005-08.
NOTE: These are my final presentation slides; they often begin with a black slide.
Enthusiasmos - Organic Gravity-fed Winery

Eupsychia - Alternative Prison & Bioremediation Center

SubSpace Aspect - Theosophical Research Facility

Uncommon Commorancy - Wisconsin Prairie Shelter Project

4064n Mississippi Avenue - Portland Development Proposal

Brayton Park - Age in Place Community