Through a practice that combines architecture, art, and making, SLO creates works that exhibit an interplay of material exploration, technological sophistication, and environmental consciousness.
The A-Frame chair embodies the readymade approach of using everyday, found, and off-the-shelf components to new and surprising effect.
The X-Stool folds flat for easy storage and portability.
The positron is made with a bent metal stud construction for a spring-like flexibility.
The Dr. Chair is a stackable, sturdy, light weight chair made of metal studs.
In the Stud Series we are proposing a new reuse for steel
Hand-screen printed and CNC milled.
Making of Fitment
Prototyping and Installation
Glazing at AMOCA Ceramics Studio
fabrication of plaster molds for sculptural reception desk
Installing the Woodcrest Library Canopy.
The making process of the Woodcrest Los Angeles County Library mural.
The process of prototyping the Butterfly Sculpture for the Woodcrest Los Angeles County Library.
Making the Woodcrest mural prototype.
Community workshop at Woodcrest Library.
Baltic birch ceiling panels.
3D printing xb20-RD.
Screenprinting NZE prototype board.
Handmade 6 foot long paper sketch pad is rolled over on itself in gentle folds to create a unique book display.