Street furniture to help promote multigenerational physical and social activity in Jackson Heights, Queens. The project aims to help both of these partner groups introduce healthy and interactive opportunities for the diverse senior community in the neighborhood.

Assisting Taconic fellow Hannah Berkin-Haper x Streetlab and 34th Avenue Coalition

Yet to be published
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Ongoing 

Multigenerational furniture for 34th Avenue Open street

2020

2020

2021-2022

Moving Mind (Momi)
Work exhibited at
Pratt shows 2022

How can we perceive knowledge through bodily movement? 

Re-envisioning the classroom to facilitate embodied learning and promote social-emotional wellness, social inclusion, and personal literacy.

Momi is an assemblage of performative lights and sensory movement rug designed, to assist teachers create embodied lesson plans and promote empathy building collective experiences. 

2021

Emergency housing
Work exhibited at 
Julia Curran Terian Gallery, Pratt 

Interdisciplinary solutions for disaster management and displacement

Class collaboration 

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2021

Continual is a zero waste circular business, providing a smart packaging dine at home experience - rethinking the way we receive and enjoy takeout food from your favourite restaurants.

Continual

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In collaboration with Sarah Dodge, Eve Lerouge, Crista Leask

What if plants could talk to us?

An interactive plant care soundscape that explore's people's relationship with nature in their homes

2020

Arra is a collection of playful solutions designed for working mothers and kids to divide spaces for work in their homes

Ora is a lamp that illuminates indoor gardens and creates a cozy corner to escape into the natural world

Ora functions as a lamp and a plant holder. Small living rooms can light up their cozy corner as well as enjoy a part of the outside on the inside. Its sculptural quality makes it an ideal addition to any home decor. The illuminated flat surface elevates an experience of a home garden and exposes the inner hidden supports of growth. This surface can be seen to eventually become a keeper of small and valuable objects of daily life.