"Lost in Space" is a study of interior and exterior spaces that place humans in a supporting yet secondary role. I suppose it is a response of personal minimization stemming from living in existing or increasingly urban environments. 

"Lost in Space" is a study of interior and exterior spaces that place humans in a supporting yet secondary role. I suppose it is a response of personal minimization stemming from living in existing or increasingly urban environments. 

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 Kogod Courtyard, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C. 

Kogod Courtyard, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C. 

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 Union Station, Washington, DC

Union Station, Washington, DC

 "Lost in Space" is a study of interior and exterior spaces that place humans in a supporting yet secondary role. I suppose it is a response of personal minimization stemming from living in existing or increasingly urban environments. 
lostinspace_002.jpg
_JRR6439.jpg
_JRR9971.jpg
lostinspace_006.jpg
lostinspace_007.jpg
_JRR7520.jpg
_JRR9445.jpg
lostinspace_009.jpg
 Kogod Courtyard, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C. 
_JRR0285-2.jpg
_JRR5635.jpg
_DSC0361.jpg
_JRR0813.jpg
_JRR2482.jpg
 Union Station, Washington, DC

"Lost in Space" is a study of interior and exterior spaces that place humans in a supporting yet secondary role. I suppose it is a response of personal minimization stemming from living in existing or increasingly urban environments. 

Kogod Courtyard, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C. 

Union Station, Washington, DC

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