Matt and Emily Hyland, the dynamic restaurant connoisseur duo, open brand new restaurant in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. Featuring an upscale American twist on artisan pizzas and a seasonal selection of unique dishes, they’re setting sparks flying from the hearth of their own wood fired oven! If the amazing food and friendly staff aren’t enough, there’s a S’mores Calzone to keep you coming back for more!
This project included web design, graphic design, and photography of both interiors and food.
Cobble & Hill Co presents the Metrocard Adventure Game! A satirical nod to the family orientated neighborhood.
Project included graphic and package design.
A PostFab building provides a base structure in which tenants actively participate in how the housing model takes shapes. The building blocks of the structure are pre-fabricated units that are able to shipped, transported, and installed with ease. This also allows tenants to organise their own space, and use an appropriated amount of space that suits their needs. As time lapses, the spaces can also adjust and accommodate the changes in people lives.
For instance, one group of tenants decides to start a family, and need the addition of a bedroom, they can acquire available space, order an additional bedroom, or possibly even an extra bathroom. Once that child grows up and moves to college, the parents could then retract that space for their apartment, and offer it for availability. In this model, tenants can be part of a Co-Op board, and be charged per their square footage of the shared space of the building.
The Integral City Studio is a collaborative project between The New School Urban Collaborative (Parsons The New School for Design and Milano Graduate Finance Lab from Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy) and Elsewhere, an experimental, living museum and artist residency program in downtown Greensboro, North Carolina.
￼Over the last decade, downtown Greensboro has experienced community vitalization through grassroots and city-led planning, infrastructure, and urban programming initiatives. Our partner, Elsewhere, has been a major catalyst to these movements, and would like to continue to be involved in the way the downtown takes shape. This project provided the opportunity to present creative and innovative ideas to revitalize the downtown area. In addition, Finance Lab members were able to provide fiscal strategies that aid in the realization of those ideas.
This book is compilation of our research, ideas, proposals, strategies and the narrative to the story of Greensboro, NC.
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I love the hard-working satisfaction of personal and professional growth; I insist to never stop expanding my skills and talents. My prevalence and dedication provides a strong sense of trust and security that has quickly become a rare commodity. I am exceptional at anything I apply myself to. When it comes to work, I am relentless; I am not satisfied until the job has exceeded standards and expectations. No matter the task or workload, the moment I’m involved, it’s guaranteed to surpass the finest quality. I could simply continue to tell you how passionate and enthusiastic I truly am, but I would much rather show you.
One of the most useful and powerful programs for vector based work, and an absolute favorite of mine to design with. It can be used to create logos, info-graphics, presentation boards, diagrams, and of course, illustrations!
Arguably, if it wasn’t made in InDesign, it’s probably not a professional grade publication! This software most commonly aids in the creation of books, but it can also be used to make multi-page presentations, or even the basis for an iPhone app!
This mainstreamed necessity is your only option for photo manipulations, corrections, and adjustments. Beyond the basics, you know its what the pros use for those flashy tabloid covers. Replace the swimsuit model for an architectural masterpiece, and I could do the same.
This is the skeleton foundation of web design. The backbone structure of HTML is its own language and the most well known of code types, it dates from way back when!
Once you have HTML down, you can style those foundations you built with some delicious CSS! You can add a pop here, a dash there, maybe even a shadow over yonder. Aside from colors and fonts, CSS manipulates all the aesthetics, it can help rearrange items on the page, and almost most importantly, the spaces between them!
With this practical application, you can get some pretty sweet 3D renderings ready for display in no time! Whether it’s floor plans, a site rendering, or a whole interactive fly-through of a city, digital rendering has endless benefits and communicates your ideas quickly and professionally!
The industry standard for architects across the globe. With this intensely powerful, accurate, and technical program, you can get precise architectural plans that are an unparalleled accompaniment to professional presentations.
This complex software takes loads of data, tables, and attributes, and helps you create incredibly accurate maps. With the added bonus of layering and special geo-spatial functions, conducting site research would be impossible without this necessity in your toolbox!
BS Urban Design
In the progressive Urban Design degree at Parsons, I not only expanded my foundational skill sets, but dove into a new realm of an urban style of thinking. I learned to perceive, understand, and propose design interventions in real world examples. Utilizing Parson’s extensive partnerships, I was able to partner and work with institutions such as NYC’s DOT, DCP, and collaborative works with non-profit organizations and local design firms.
As an added area of interest, I received permission to take core classes with Communication Design majors. The special relationship I held between these two departments allowed me to create a hybrid major of my own: Designing Communications within the Context of the Urban Environment. Learning these additional principles of design not only increases the aesthetics of presenting information, but allows me to communicate complex ideas and theories, or in some cases the most ingenious, the invisible.
Associate of the Arts
Wide ranged course of study specializing in Architectural Concepts, Artistic Skill Sets, and the Photography of Architecture in preparation for a transfer to the four year Bachelor of Science degree in Urban Design at Parson the New School for Design in New York City.
At Orange Coast College, I gathered the necessary skill sets to provide a solid foundation for a wide range of professions and fields of study. Throughout my time at the university, I learned the basics of architecture, digital modeling, physical drafting, principles of 2 dimensional design, color theory, advanced statistics, physical geography, and the psychological effects of how each of these affects an individual or group. All of these skill sets have allowed me to be extraordinarily well rounded, knowledgable, and quite a resourceful thinker.
Portfolio for the renown Adam Brent. In his solo practice, he creates sculptural installations that combine architectural and organic elements to explore issues of nature, reflection, interiors and structure.
Additionally, he is an esteemed professor at Parsons The New School for Design, in which he is also the director of the Interdisciplinary Design Program.
This project aims to create a vibrant arts incubator by providing residencies for 8 University of North Carolina Greensboro Master’s of Fine Arts students. Upon acceptance to the program, co-curated by their living museum neighbors, Elsewhere, residents embark an explorative and experiential journey that activates the growing artistic community in downtown Greensboro.
The encaptured beauty of expressive architecture in Sunset Beach, California.
TableBench is proposed urban furniture made to satisfy the community users of the Zion Triangle Plaza in Brownsville in Brooklyn, NY. Based off interviews, field research, strategic, and ingenious design, it aims to reimagine the way we view plazas by shifting the focus back on the ground necessities of public interaction.
A stunning kitchen at the beach front property of one Sunset Beach’s most beloved celebrities.
Cambodia: Drop by Drop You Will Feel the Water is a multimedia exhibition exploring historical and contemporary relationships between Cambodia and the world with a particular emphasis on its ties to the United States.
Graphic design for this project included: logo design, promotional posters and email attachments, as well as the layout design for the mounted artist statements and gallery info.