Check out my graduate thesis "The social life of Havana's seawall // La vida del Malecón Habanero: Using social life research to inform climate change adaptation planning" which I wrote as part of my dual master's degrees in City Planning and Landscape Architecture at the University of California, Berkeley in 2018.
Timelapse via iOS8, in which not much happens.
2014, Lessac, France
A week at Boisbuchet, with a variety of international designers, very little wifi, and rolling french country hills as a blank slate, was a perfect way to reset and remember why design can be so rewarding.
Lighting with Gerhard Reichert and Marc Mann; Architecture and Cinema with Mauricio Freyre.
Photos taken by me, Yaling Chiu, and Carlo Cialli.