Work on Creston Ave was primarily the development of interior renderings for marketing purposes. Images will be used by the client to advertise space for potential residents.
Bronxchester - RFP
Magnusson Architecture and Planning
Autodesk Revit 2014
SoBRO - Harlem River Waterfront
The South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation (SoBRO), a community-based organization and affordable housing developer, is a recipient of a New York State Brownfield Opportunity Area (BOA) grant award administered by the New York State Department of State. The BOA program encourages grantees to identify potential development sites with probable environmental contamination issues, whose redevelopment would serve to stimulate broader community-economic development activities,
SoBRO seeks to develop an implementable vision for the Bronx side of the Harlem River waterfront by undertaking an analysis of the waterfront properties stretching northward from the Third Avenue Bridge to the 145th Street Bridge. This analysis will build upon the vision and goals developed by the Department of City Planning during its Lower Concourse rezoning process. SoBRO seeks to develop a site plan that maximizes land use potential within the zoning context, and increases vehicular and pedestrian access to the site, which is currently limited due to the existing street layout and the positioning of the lots.
Awards: 2014 Outstanding BOA Award
As an intern at Magnusson Architecture and Planning I contributed to the digital foundations of the proposal, in particular the amalgamation of site and zoning information to create an accurate digital model for conceptual analysis to take place. Combining sources such as sanborn maps, tax map data, and GIS data a 3d Revit model was constructed for visuals and planning information the be uniformly attributed.