Single family, detached houses, in suburban enclaves. I see this realm as the most potent for creating a body of work with a design (re)interpretation.
I walk along city streets, and realize more and more that one isolated incident has a limited impact...the sum of the parts of the city fabric contains and controls everything within it. Designers will always fail in grandiose urban planning simply from the resulting state of shock to the surrounding body. Beyond the city, there's more room to breathe, more indifference to change, and socio-economic structures to prey upon for a greater design payoff.
I'm posting these sketches I had done for Shang's prefab house some time ago. Just as a start point. They're raw, and not necessarily how I'm thinking now, but at least they'll push the cactus down.