Stalled! takes as its point of departure national debates surrounding transgender access to public restrooms to address an urgent social justice issue: the need to create safe, sustainable and inclusive restrooms for everyone, regardless of age, gender, race, religion and disability. Stalled! addresses this issue with lectures and workshops, writings and interviews, and design guidelines and prototypes.
Digital technologies have revolutionized the way people interact with one another, as well as with the world around them. At JSA we mine the potential of new media by designing environments that seamlessly incorporate information technologies to promote meaningful encounters between people as they navigate between actual and virtual space.
Interface, a cross disciplinary design approach, taps into the formal and programmatic potential of ecological principles, allowing for buildings and landscapes to perform as linked interactive systems that can heal the environment. From the inception of projects, we come up with unified design strategies for weaving together people, buildings and sites.