Seaside Searing

Natalie Rivera, B.Arch ’24

ARCH 102b: Architectural Design I

Gallery: The Fundamentals of Architecture and Narrative

Instructor: Sandra Yum

This project is a restaurant/school for a chef who specializes in outdoor grilling. The chef makes money by teaching his clients how to grow and prepare their own meals. They can then relax and eat on the water. It studies how landscape can be architectural and through that landscape, scale can be used to illustrate public and private areas. Two systems–curves and orthogonal blocks–work with each other to create a fun yet organized experience.


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