Writing both fiction and nonfiction propels my art into a new realm of combining practices. For any written piece to be successful, it must include captivating characters with interesting problems that must be solved.
A Woman Visits a Bar
The article critiques an event described by a woman in a wheelchair who visits a bar.
She quickly notices the lack of accessible opportunities for her as a person with a disability.
This is a prime example of a designer's poor consideration for others.
The Price of ADA
Designers have an unfortunate reputation for "skimping" on accessible design and ADA regulations to avoid expenses.
Ironically enough, when accessibility requirements are not met by designers, the reconstruction costs to repair these flaws will cause the largest expenses.
Perforating the barrier between public and private space.
A project by Sou Fujimoto Architects.
Crosstown Concourse - interior
The structure's escalated design houses residents, boasts award-winning restaurants, and resides proudly in a growing neighborhood.
The sense of community is tangible and sought-after by members of all generations.
Minnie is an artist. Some days, she is up before the sun; some nights, she doesn't sleep. Today, she woke up casually with a positive attitude, until she noticed the clock. 9:30am. Late. "Great," she says.
Minnie rushes to school, and enters her painting class. There, she is pointedly asked a deep philosophical question.