Exploring sensitivities and nuances in relationships through the investigation of indeterminate spaces in the built environment. Developing self-initiated projects informed by experiences, otherness, and identity.

Work-In-Progress: (Shared) Being, (Shared) Home: From Individual to Kapwa Dwelling (Undergraduate Thesis)
On-View: An Act of Mutual Understanding at 49 Ocean Avenue, San Francisco, CA
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Exploring sensitivities and nuances in relationships through the investigation of indeterminate spaces in the built environment. Developing self-initiated projects informed by experiences, otherness, and identity. Architecture student based in the San Francisco, CA More ︎︎︎

Work-In-Progress: From Individualism to Kapwa: Kapwa in the midst of extreme difference (Undergraduate thesis)
On-View: An Act of Mutual Understanding at 49 Ocean Avenue, San Francisco, CA





























Building Path
Site: John McLaren Park, San Francisco, CA
Program: Visitor center

Year: Spring 2019
Studio: 6 Site Conditions and Building Performance
Faculty: Phoebe Schenker
The Building Path is a reinterpretation of the feeling wandering the winding trails of John McLaren Park. The proposal is a connection of the wild core and the neighborhood edge through the introduction of an undulating structure extruded from the landscape. Following the topography of the site, the building gently permeates through a combination of ramps and slopes while embracing the program volumes.
The project focused on the integration of the park and the surrounding communities by creating a building that nurtures the intersection of the natural and built environment supported by sustainability.