The bound 334 page thesis book “Anachronous Trajectories” can be found in the Fine Arts Library at Cornell University.

Ephemeral architectural qualities such as path, confusion, discovery, and locality are being sterilized through prescriptive wayfinding means and code-driven design. By challenging traditional circulation notions with an intention to get lost, a heterarchy of spaces can begin to replace established hierarchies. This endoscopic design process (in a world turning rapidly to the exoscopic) can saturate architecture with contemplation, emotion, mystery and memory. The lens of a re-evaluated future urban plan of the city allows for a more critical understanding of the status quo. This thesis will introduce a subversive and tactical fragmentation to the urban fabric of Boston, Massachusetts thereby revealing a new urban reality.

Cornell University - AAP
Master of Architecture Program
Fall 2015
Thesis Advisors: Val Warke, Tao DuFour