The shelter prototypes were designed as a modular structure with the ability to adapt to any given site within the city of Tucson, Arizona. Each shelter is modified and shifted according to orientation for complete shade during the summer months and the need for direct visual contact between a bus driver and a bus rider.
The shelter is based on a 2' grid, is completely ADA accessible, and can be built in less than a week by a small group of students.
The project was completed in collaboration with: the Drachman Institute, the Drachman Design Build Coalition, the Pima County Health Department, and the Tucson Department of Transportation.
As an individual, I played a major role in the following collaborative exercises: precedent studies, programming, schematic design, design development, construction documents, shop drawings, and fabrication.
Location: Tucson, AZ, US