WACCABUC HILLS, NY - lead designer of a new town for ~12,000 people of mixed ages and incomes ~ 40 miles northeast of New York City, which resulted in the New York Supreme Court's decision to eliminate exclusionary zoning throughout the state.
800 MAIN STREET, Amherst, MA - architect of and zoning variance approval for a mixed use village center that promised to be the nation's first public solar heated and cooled building until October 1973 when the Arabs imposed their surprise oil embargo. While the economic depression that followed in the wake of the embargo ironically undermined the financing needed to build the conceptually and technically advanced East Village Center, computer modeling demonstrated solar's commercial viability in the Northeast and the project's significance and publicity helped promote and pass Amherst's progressive new zoning code.
COLT ARMORY PARK, Hartford, CT - architect and urban designer of a plan to restore and reuse a national landmark encompassing ~ 320 acres near downtown Hartford for Ahmed Dadi's Total Development Corporation.
REDMOND CIVIC CENTER COMPETITION, Redmond, WA - lead designer / project architect of Arai / Jackson's winning entry.
U.S. NAVY BRIG, Naval Station Seattle, WA - lead designer / project architect of the only design of twenty commissioned throughout the nation that met both of the Navy's stringent budgets - space and cost. Considered one the program's most functional and cost effective designs, construction documents were taken to 65% before Congress eliminated the program.
SAKYA MONASTERY and ADDITIONS, Seattle, WA - His Holiness Jigdal Dagchen Sakya's architect for the nation's first Monastery of Tibetan Buddhism and the West's first Seat of the unbroken ~1,000-year old Khön Family Lineage. Services included: conditional dual residential / public assembly use approval, lot coverage variance, and building permits for its Memorial Stupa, Library, Portico and Mahakala Shrine Additions.
MAHABODHI MONASTERY, Yun Ling, Taiwan - Preliminary design and drawings for Taiwan's first Monastery of Tibetan Buddhism and Hotel for their growing lay community.
GREEN TARA incorporated, Edmonds, WA - Cofounder of the Washington State for profit corporation that helped rebuild monasteries in Tibet destroyed by China's Communist and Cultural Revolutions, rescue sensitive suburban sites near Seattle, and create meritorious jobs for local Dharma students and practitioners.
GREENWAY, Edmonds, WA - part owner, architect and developer of Snohomish County's first low impact development (LID), a 28-unit affordable townhouse community and forested wetlands preservation.
GREENNESS, Edmonds, WA - part owner, architect and developer of a privately shared, 5-lot residential park in North Edmonds with unobstructed high bluff views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Peninsula selected with the design of the park's first custom designed residence by AIA Seattle's Committee on the Environment to feature in their 2006 "What Makes It Green?" program. Subsequent designs for the still undeveloped site include TARA WELLNESS CENTER and TARA MEMORIAL PARK.