The MOTH Mars Transit Habitat was developed in a NASA sponsored collaborative studio between industrial design and architecture at Pratt Institute. The curriculum emphasized maximizing creativity within confining technical parameters.
Evan served as team leader for a group of 20 students, contributing to design development and vision. He oversaw the creation of this presentation deck and presented it to NASA engineers at Johnson Space Center. A full scale model of the project was displayed at the Intrepid Air and Space Museum in the summer of 2016.
PATELLA Folding Lounge
PRATT x AREAWARE Harmonic Timer
The Harmonic TImer
This is an advertisement for the Harmonic Timer, a hypothetical product developed for Industrial Design Technologies, a first year graduate level class at Pratt Institute, in conjunction Areaware, a Brooklyn based homegoods companie.
Time is Light: Sunrise Alarm
This video tracks the development of ideas related to time and light for the Industrial Design Technologies, a first year graduate level class at Pratt Institute.
Trinity Yard School Library
Cape Three Points, Ghana 2012
Project: Along with one co-leader, I designed and constructed the interior space and organizational system of the Trinity Yard School Library. As leaders of a high school community service trip, we worked with TYS staff and our students to implement an effective design.I managed the layout and construction while my co-leader oversaw book sorting, labeling and shelving, all of which were critically important to the project’s success. We were fortunate to have an outstanding architectural space into which we could implement our design. The Ghana Service Learning Trip is a biannual project of my former employer, InterConnections 21, and Arcadia Service Learning in partnership with the Trinity Yard School.
beginning / in process / completion
Rough notes on categorization from the initial book sorting and shelving effort.
Cape Three Points Primary School students discover the beginner section.
Our students explain the library rules to a group of 6th graders from Cape Three Points Primary School.
Umbra Challenge: The Earring Screen
FINALIST Brooklyn, NY 2014
The Umbra Challenge is an annual competition in which students from select schools around the U.S. and Canada develop designs for the Toronto-based homeware design company. Umbra CEO, Paul Rowen, critiques student work over the course of 12 weeks. The Earring Screen was 1 of 8 designs selected from an original group of approximately 80.