Rear Window, is a market and housing development celebrates the idea of public space not as a grand urban gesture, but rather as an experience that is small, intimate, and personal. The exterior facade is a reflection of individuality while the interior is an expression of a collective whole. Via an extension of the historic market, this new communal alley provides an experience that perforates into the local’s backyard and gives the visitor a glimpse into the neighborhood’s rear window...
HOK Design Futures Competition - 3rd place
with Paul Germaine McCoy