Infinite3 is a project that attempts to provide an easy-to-build and sustainable housing construction system for the city of Toronto, based on three design drivers: circular materials, Design for Disassembly, and participatory design.
In a two-term seminar project designed by IAAC students supervised by Manja Van de Worp and Raimund Krenmueller, we explored a novel application of timber. Pursuing structural design through computational analysis with tools such as Karamba, physical prototyping, and digital fabrication. We applied these techniques to build a lightweight structure for the IAAC rooftop.
I have experience working with parametric design, digital fabrication, modular housing, and CLT construction. I'm also interested in fabricating customized details for different architectural or construction projects. If you would like to collaborate with or hire me, you can contact me via email.