Moca Design Competition

Submission received an honorable mention.

This submission to the MOCA Design Competition was conceived as an intervention in the landscape in front of the Luther Burbank Center. The design was organized around a rammed earth wall that engaged the adjacent speeding highway traffic. The visitor’s sensory experiences were isolated at various points along the wall – separating movement, sight, and sound. The intent was to allow the visitors to become active participants in their museum experience. This submission received an honorable mention and was completed while at another firm with another Architect (Kevin Teel) and a Landscape Architect (Scott Wilkinson).