It's one thing to create a rendering and to export a JPEG. But when you build a model that is milled into half ton blocks of granite, things get exciting. As part of the team at OLIN, I did the parametric modeling for all of the walls and benches at Dilworth Park. Image: © OLIN
I had the pleasure of working at OLIN on the new Met Plaza on Fifth Avenue from the very start. This image looks a-whole-hell-of-a-lot like one of our renderings. Image: © OLIN / Sahar Coston-Hardy
As part of Bike Garden, I designed a parametric motif to show off the capabilities of NextFab's newest toy, the waterjet cutter. Think water laser.
This simple multi-use park is an amazing precedent for the kind of things a landscape can achieve: Amenity, economic development, stormwater management, and sheer joy. I worked on renderings to convince the client to make the project a reality. Image: © OLIN / Sahar Coston-Hardy
Located just next to the Washington Monument in DC, this wall will keep DC safe from the biggest of floods. I worked on modeling and visualizations. Image: OLIN
I love the smell of sawdust in the morning. Digital fabrication has given me a way back into making physical objects. Whether it's CNC milling, 3D printing, or cutting stuff up with a laser, it's a nice reason to step away from the computer now and then.
I did a lot of visualization work at OLIN for a few parks in the Syracuse Connective Corridor. Now there are people who eat lunch there every day. Image: © OLIN / Sahar Coston-Hardy
One of the first rendered plans I worked on at OLIN. Image: OLIN