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


Columbia Rowing Complex

We unconsciously tend not to associate necessarily the plans we draw with the notion of map.

However, both of those two objects register in the same process of cartographic creation and, in this regard, use a two dimensional language in order to create space.
This project is an affirmation of the importance of the line, not just in the context of representation, but the line as a set of instructions that at once help design and help clarify.

The drawings of this project are an attempt to concretize the ambiguity of notation.

Notation in this sense not only serves to call out and describe certain things happening on and off the site, but also give instructions for how to build the project, how to control pedestrian and vehicular flows, and how heat move in and out of the buildings. Slippages occur where these notational elements are taken literally and become part of the physical architecture.

1/8 Scale Physical Model
Basswood & MDF

    A city map is limited in that has to omit information, it is static, it cannot fluidly adapt to changing forces and readjust itself. Moreover, there are decisions that have to be made about what to include and what to leave out for the sake of clarity. The
plan of this project seeks to include factors that are not typically considered, and to leverage those decisions as drivers of the overall design. An Architectural plan runs into the same limitations, however in this case the plan precedes construction, thus an opportunity emerges where buildings are more invested in a conversation with external forces than their own insular building massing.