Plywood boxes from the “Cut. Join. Play.” installation by MAS Studio that was featured at the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale.
Renderings from "Cut. Join. Play," showing how residents could use the plywood boxes to transform unused urban spaces.
The winning entry by Kees Lokman, Fadi Masoud and Conor O’Shea for Network Reset, a competition sponsored by MAS Studio and the Chicago Architectural Club that looked at ways to reinvigorate the Chicago boulevards system.
A rendering by MAS for a proposed renovation of a 19th-century building into a B&B in Galicia, Spain.
“Envisioning the Titletown District,” a project that created a framework for future development and use of open space around Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis.
"Inside Marina City,” mounted at Los Angeles’s WUHO gallery, showcased the diversity of residents in Bertrand Goldberg’s landmark Chicago towers.
Gil collaborated on the project with photographer Andreas E.G. Larsson. It showed how residents lived in and decorated the irregularly-shaped units.