The last competition I participated in was the Observatory Houses competition in the spring/summer of 2017. Together with Nick, Daria, Caroline, and Joel, we put forth a tremendous effort but unfortunately, we ultimately failed to impress the judges. Below is our submission.
Back in March/April 2016, I participated in another competition with 2 colleagues from work to design an Aquarium in Queens, NY. Though we didn’t win, my knowledge of Corona vastly grew over the course of the competition as well as various post-processing techniques. The winners and a full list of entries can be found here, on Arch […]
Earlier this year, Joel and I participated in another competition, this time designing a light product. While we didn’t win, I ended up learning quite a bit about vegetation and material construction through Corona, as well as set-dressing a winter scene. Below is both the presentation board and the original renders. 3ds Max Design 2014, […]
It’s been a while since we actually finished this competition but we were unhappy we didn’t win – or even an honourable mention – again. Anyway, this was a competition based in Washington, DC to renovate a park near the White House to honour soldiers fallen during WWI. I completed all of the modeling and […]
At the end of 2014, a friend and I worked together on a competition based in Toronto that would see the winners’ projects get built. Together we came up with a structure that mimicked a simple fire, to represent warmth and shelter on the beaches along Lake Ontario. Though sadly we didn’t win and we didn’t […]
Starting back in April 2014, a colleague of mine, Joel Gerber and I started a competition to design and render a place of worship in London, U.K. Over the course of the next several months, together we brainstormed, collaborated, modeled, and rendered a place of collaboration and knowledge of Theology. Though we didn’t win or […]