Philosophy of Time Travel
site-specific installation opening at
Studio Museum, Harlem, NY on April 11, 2007
Olga Koumoundouros, Matthew Sloly, Edgar Arceneaux, Rodney McMillian, Vincent Johnson
assistants: Leigh Jerrard, Emilio Loza
Production shots taken March, 2007
Residency at Armory Center for the Arts Northwest, Pasadena, CA
Yeh + Jerrard is a full-service architecture studio specializing in clean, simple structures designed with an eye towards humanity’s role in the greater world. They enjoy collaborations outside of the architecture community, and seek out interesting projects and people with whom to work. The studio is LEED accredited and licensed to practice architecture in
Mount Washington Residence
Currently in permitting
Set on a steep upslope lot, this house is expressed as a series of geometric volumes that interplay with semi-enclosed outdoor “rooms” to maximize living spaces while keeping costs down.
Currently under construction
Four 20’ x 20’ volumes housing living room, kitchen/dining room, porch, and bedroom are arranged along a central circulation spine. The cabin is a contemporary reinterpretation of the traditional “dog-trot” arrangement, using vernacular building materials.
Currently under construction
Single-family residence includes an oversized hallway on the ground floor that opens to a lush landscaped zone to double as a social space. The picture window upstairs frames dramatic views of
Currently in CD phase
Four separate pavilions—living, master bedroom, guest wing, and garage— are interwoven with a large free-form swimming pool and a series of stepped lanai decks to create a sybaritic tropical paradise.
JoT House Prototype 3
Teensy guesthouse in a backyard, built in around three weeks using a prefabricated, panelized design.
JoT House Prototypes 1&2
Joshua Tree, CA
1344 sf each
To meet an extremely low budget of $68/sf (including land, labor, permitting, and utilities) Yeh + Jerrard developed a set of simple and modular construction details so the house could be built by semi-skilled labor with off-the-shelf materials and limited tools.
One building housing two distinct contemporary restaurants—a Chinese restaurant featuring a circular entrance and floating clouds of paper lanterns, and an Italian restaurant that blocks out interior spaces with an assemblage of solid planes and rectilinear forms.
Steinberg & Sons
Interior redesign of a boutique clothing store. Yeh + Jerrard did the interior layout as well as retail display and lighting design, working within a highly constrained budget.
“Form & Function” Exhibition,
16’-10” x 4’-2” x 8’-2” high (folded); 32’-0”” x 6’-0” (flat)
Exhibit dates: 2/10/03 – 3/22/03
A formal investigation of rigid surfaces through folded-plate geometry. Both structure and skin, the Folding Structure is a prototype demountable enclosure that folds flat for transport: a sort of origami house.