An oceanic observatory hanging precariously off a cliff wall, this aquatic architectural speculation overlooks the infinite. It is a bridge, a digital link between the constant and the uncertain. It is simultaneously polished and crude: a glossy, technical armature whimsically stitched into a harsh environment. It is surreal, fantastical, an architectural leviathan reaching out towards the far edges of its world. It is a product of the imagination, a playful gesture, and a bold ‘what if…’
ARCHI-GUIDE 2009 is an independent publication I worked on together with Greg Hemmelgarn and Zach Pauls. It served as a guide book for our Study Abroad trip during the Summer of 2009. The book is 148 pages and includes maps, images, and descriptions of many significant works of architecture in Belgium and the Netherlands. The book was published through Lulu.com and is available for purchase at the cost of printing here.