Toby Eccleston, one of our incredible talents in the JOB+J1 Visa Program, submitted his project called The Ziggurat. The main focus of this project is to create a space for public use and private use, while also connecting with the river side in a way that is seamless. As you can see below, the renders provide us with an idea as to how the design contributes with easy access between the building and the river front.
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Toby has been able to work at HOK as a Designer and now he is working at OBR Architecture in San Diego. He graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2018, and since then has been able to work abroad for the majority of his career. His passion is to create the kinds of spaces that stick in your mind and provides the community with a safe space for creativity.
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Images by Toby Eccleston
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