Fulbright research explores potential for future uses of discarded materials


This ongoing methodology builds opon knowledge gained while living in China for 1 year as a Fulbright Scholar in Architecture. It explores our current potential with the use of discarded materials and the potential for resiliency in the construction process. This has has lead to a series of investigative installations using various proportions of masonry, crushed brick, stone and clay tiles. It builds on the architecture of Wang Shu and the historic practice of Wapan Masonry.