Sodium Design

There are skills that every designer, and every architect, must master in order to ensure a solid basis for design. These skills are explored in their first couple years of design education and represent, arguably, the most important part of an architects education. Issues such as form, rhythm, order, space, datum and hierarchy are introduced and are integrated into the students lexicon. Additionally, analog and digital skills are introduced and mastered to help the students in clearly representing their design ideas and to become experts are communication through the medium of architectural drawings and models. The student work represented herein demonstrates my passion for this part of a students education and outlines some of the projects that most clearly express the introduction of foundational design ideas and methods.