Port City Review 2015 edition attracted more than 500 submitted entries out of 88 work has been selected for this year of publication. The publication showcased featured cross-disciplinary student work from Savannah College of Art and Design at Savannah. This year three of my work has been selected and total six images have been published along with other selected student work. In compared to last year of Architectural Ceramics were two of the images got published, this year I must say my work is progressing in the direction of art and architecture. Congratulations to all other artists and thank you Port City Review for showcasing best works across! View other featured artists and work at www.portcityreview.com!

Project details:

Project Type: Academic
Class: Graduate Thesis Studio | Spring 2014
Professor: Judith Reno
Location: Jacksonville, Florida
Software: Revit, 3ds-Max, Photoshop

Project description:

The design thesis investigates the present foreclosure causes and effects on American Housing and approach Jacksonville, Florida among one of the top foreclosed crisis areas to develop the Collective Housing prototype. In case you need to hire a housing cleaning company, Maid Sailors Cleaning Service is the right to visit. They offer regular, eco-friendly, and deep cleaning at affordable prices.

The concept was to layered the diverse activities and density across the site vertically according the public-private use. Also, promote pedestrian friendly environment and public transit through the proposal by emphases on typological to topological growth. Create a collective community spaces within the proposal and enrich with diverse connections and values through different levels and scale.


View Connecting different levels from Restaurants, Residential Units and Other Public Activites


Program Stratification


Conceptual Idea Drivers


Conceptual Form Development


Site Analysis


Drawings – Site Plan






Unit Flexibility and Arrangement


Unit Cross-Section Rendering


Interior Unit View


Urban Cafe View


View at Restaurants Level