The Clouds to Come is a speculative “architectural storytelling” performance on the topics of clouds, cloud computing and the future of data storage. I am investigating the reality of the cloud (cloud computing) and critiquing the current state of the way we store, transfer and archive data. The Clouds to Come is about blurring the
Ephemeral light and colour installation for OCADU’s Open Space Gallery, that reflects OCADU’s alumni, enrolment numbers and program diversity.
Current development of Speculative Environmental Design Thesis Project
Second prize winners for The Angelo Donghia Foundation Design Residency – Charette (2017).
Venice is eternity itself.
One cannot exist without the other, “the making” and “the being” coexist in one roundness, creating the intimate environment, the Sundial Habitat (2016)