ReImagine the EveryDay | ReDesign the Moment | ReDefine the Future
ChainlinkGreen is a urban reuse park located at Bodine High School in Philadelphia, PA. Built in 2011, CLG is the largest project done by the International Design Clinic to date. The park is built from nearly 100% locally sourced reclaimed materials. The gabian bench design of the park captures and diverts storm water runoff to planters built into the bench backs. These planters allow ivy to grow up the chain link trellises of the park providing green shading.
The project has been featured at the 2012 Architecture Venice Biennale, Venice Italy and in 2014 at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York.
Credits: Lead Artist: Scott Shall Location:Philadelphia, PA Completion Date: 2011 Role: Assistant Designer and Construction Manager Photograph by: Keith Hartwig
Smokers was a one day mobile installation that was deployed through out Manhattan, NYC. The small 6’ x 8’ house, built on wheels, had a 6’ internal ventilation tube that would redirect steam from leaking NYC manholes to give the effect that smoke was coming out of the chimney of the tiny monochromatic house. The project engaged the phenomena of NYC steam leaks, designing a playful way to highlight this occurrence in a fun and spontaneous moment.
Credits: Artist: Mark Reigelman Location:: Manhattan, NYC Completion Date: 2016 Role: Junior Project Designer Materials Provided by: Mark Reigelman
Upriver//Downriver was a temporary installation in located along the Ohio riverfront in Louisville, KT. The piece consisted of 21 stacked oak barrels, welded together, to resemble a pyramid. The barrels are faced with blue acrylic mirrors to the east and multi-colored acrylic mirrors. The art acts as a sun dial during the day, casting reflected colored light on the ground, as the sun transverses the sky.
Credits: Artist: Mark Reigelman Location: Louisville, KT Completion Date: 2015 Role: Junior Project Designer Materials Provided by: Mark Reigelman
ROCK BOX is a city wide permeant installation in Cleveland, Oh. The project consists of nine installations of stacked speakers located along Ninth St from The Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame to Progressive Field. The Speakers chime rock n’ roll riffs once an hour like church bells across Cleveland.
Credits: Artist: Mark Reigelman Location: Cleveland, Oh Completion Date: 2016 Role: Junior Project Designer Materials Provided by: Mark Reigelman
The Meeting House was a temporary installation located on the Boston Greenway during the summer and fall of 2017. The small house was designed to give the effect that it was sinking into The Greenway, a urban park built over a massive underground roadway. The project directly spoke to the upheaval of development that the site has undergone over the last several decades. The brightly colored tilted yellow house brought excitement and civic interaction to the space, while invoking a sense of nostalgia and uneasiness.
Credits: Artist: Mark Reigelman Location: Boston, MA Completion Date: 2017 Role: Project Designer Materials Provided by: Mark Reigelman