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Ecophysiological Architecture

Ecophysiological Architecture

Morphology and physiology are two sides of the same coin. Here are selected projects from the studio I taught at CASE RPI, investigating the architectural potential of sustainable building building strategies inspired by eco-physiological mechanisms of animals.

clifton 15 A & B

clifton 15 A & B

type : residential development | location : cambridge, ma | client : u n i | status : completed | collaboration : uni [partners: ted ngai, beat schenk, chaewon kim]

elemental housing

elemental housing

type : housing | location : chile | status : competition