Graduate portfolios

  • Re-City (A Community for a Thousand): Sketch Montage done at the beginning of the Archigram Studio.
    Re-City (A Community for a Thousand): Sketch Montage done at the beginning of the Archigram Studio.
  • Re-City (A Community for a Thousand): Expandable structure study model.
    Re-City (A Community for a Thousand): Expandable structure study model.
  • Re-City (A Community for a Thousand): "Breathing City."
    Re-City (A Community for a Thousand): "Breathing City."
  • Re-City (A Community for a Thousand): Vertical movement system diagram; loosely based on the spinal column.
    Re-City (A Community for a Thousand): Vertical movement system diagram; loosely based on the spinal column.
  • Re-City (A Community for a Thousand): Model Photo.
    Re-City (A Community for a Thousand): Model Photo.
  • Re-City: Section through one vertical transit node; gyroscopic people movers allow movement in all directions.
    Re-City: Section through one vertical transit node; gyroscopic people movers allow movement in all directions.

Nick Kunkle

Biography 

Two defining experiences that I have had while in graduate school at Washington University in St. Louis are participating in a teaching program in rural India during the summer of 2009 and spending a semester abroad in Seoul, South Korea, in the fall of 2009. Both experiences have deepened my appreciation for cultures different from my own. I believe that as an architect you have to be versatile in all aspects of the profession and have an open mind toward change and innovation. The world is growing smaller and smaller every day.

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