Long-term Design Solutions : Natural & Mechanical Systems Integration : Community Based Design
In May of 2002, the University of New Mexico awarded Cooke the Master’s in Architecture with distinction.
After a career designing and building furniture and commercial tenant improvements, he returned to school to explore the possibilities for longer-term architectural solutions in commercial and community-based projects.
Since May of 2002 he has provided land use and energy planning services to non-profits, and continues to provide environmentally responsible planning and design services to clients with commercial and civic interests in California, Colorado, New Mexico, and Montana.
His commitment to meaningful design solutions extends to species recovery facilities, bicycles, and pocket agriculture.
A NOTE ON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Common title to the future and fused horizons depends on the wholesale poaching of territory, mind, and spirit. ¶ With the exception of Furniture Studio student work, borrow at will from this site for non-commercial use. Please contact me to discuss commercial uses.
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When I was a kid I used to pray every night for a new bicycle.
Then I realised God doesn’t work that way, so I stole
one and prayed for forgiveness.
- Emo Philips
Adaptive re-use at its best.
Integrated environmental upgrades.
Formerly The Savory Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico
La Semilla Corral, HMI Headquarters & West Ranch Energy Consult implementation pending
Crownpoint, New Mexico
w/ Paulina Aguilera-Harwood
Water & Community Gardens Planning
Thanks to Profs. Paul Lusk, Stephen Dent, & Kuppu Iyengar
Special thanks to Chen Jing
Thesis Position Paper - 2002 (pdf)
Thesis Abstract Broadband Reccomended (flash media)
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Profs. Alf Simon & Teresa Cordova
Design Team Member / 3D Modeling - w/ Paulina Aguilera-Harwood & Bernadette Miera
Into the New Kadam
Prof. Kramer Woodard
Adaptive re-use from a serio-comic, ersatz Gelug (Yellow Hat) point of view - or, how many trees does a building make?
Recycling a Reservoir
Prof. Stephen Dent
Proposal for a new Fine Arts Plaza at UNM on the site of an existing reservoir.
On a postage stamp
Thanks to Profs. Stephen Dent & Edith Cherry
Extracurricular project based on the 2000 Leading Edge competition. Integration of curriculum, building systems, & site with commodity found in the combination.
Work 1973-1999 Broadband Reccomended (flash media)
302 12th street sw
albuquerque, nm 87102
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