BRYCE TAYLOR 7.91209—dc22

Selected Architectural Works


· Hiding In Plane Site

· Machine | Material
· Columbia Rowing Complex
· Berlin Post-Fab Housing
· Pratt Graduate Dormitory
· Manifold Surfaces
· Center for Emergent Objects
· Gartenschau Remstahl


· Unnatural Assemblages
· Spatial Cartography
· Drawings & Outtakes


· Hot Knife

· Furniture

Architectural designer originally from Las Vegas. Has worked in New York City & Berlin on projects of multiple scales and scopes.

He received his B. Arch in the Spring of 2018 from Pratt Institute School of Architecture.

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Phone: +1 7027429459
Founded: August 29, 2013

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Berlin Post-Fab Housing

Housing Block Warschauerstraße
Collaboration with Lucas Bucknavage & Adin Rimland

Productive Waste ...   Post Fab Housing is initially a proposal for a new economic model that can sustain itself through the virtual cataloguing and fabrication of historic buildings.

The Berlin Post - Fabrication housing project leverages 3D scanning and robotic assisted fabrication methods to address Berlins history of architectural and ornamental erasure by providing a new service to the city. In turn, it utilizes the leftover material of reductive fabrication processes to fund and produce a self sufficient model of a work / live community within Warschauer Straße, the historically and culturally important area situated between Freidrichshain and Kreuzberg. The site, Warschauer Straße, was formerly a train depot. For many years, it was abandoned until a community of builders, artists, and creatives reclaimed it as housing, concerts, rock climbing gyms, skatehalls, and outdoor markets. This project seeks to continue this tradition. 
  Berlin Drone Path Map

Warschauer Straße Assembly  line

The production of large scale building elements or fragments creates a viable economic output to sustain the housing project in addition to a large amount of material waste. 

As a result, it was necessary to develop a way of organizing the Post Fab housing that resisted the typical modernist grid and had more specific interface between real conditions. The result is a type of 21st century Nolli plan, in which the distinction between positive and negative space is less demarcated.